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Keweenaw (Steamboat), U14043, aground, 18 May 1875

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The stm. KEWEENAW, which was ashore in the Detroit River for some days, was pulled off Saturday evening by the tug WINSLOW and arrived at Cleveland Sunday noon, and left at night on her first trip to Lake Superior. She was not damaged to any extent.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      May 18, 1875 3-5

The steamer KEWEENAW, which had for some days been aground oposite Alexander House, Grosse Isle, was on Saturday evening pulled off by the tug WINSLOW during high water and brought to this port. She was not damaged and proceeded on her way to Cleveland.
      Amherstburh Echo
      May 21, 1875

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Reason: aground
Lives: nil
Remarks: Got off
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  • Michigan, United States
    Latitude: 42.12532 Longitude: -83.15826
William R. McNeil
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Keweenaw (Steamboat), U14043, aground, 18 May 1875