Alberta (Propeller), C103648, fire, 10 Oct 1902
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The propeller ALBERTA was burned on Lake Ontario yesterday. The crew had a thrilling escape from the vessel.
Buffalo Evening News
October 11, 1902
The crew of the steamer ALBERTA had a thrilling escape from their boat which burned to the water's edge on Lake Ontario between Trenton and Belleville Thursday night. The ALBERTA was moving without cargo to Belleville at the time of the fire the origin of which is not known. The burned vessel was owned by Capt. Smith of Belleville and was valued at $3,000.
Port Huron Daily Times
Saturday, October 11, 1902
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Steam screw ALBERTA. U. S. No. 106355. Of 88.70 tons gross; 77.75 tons net. Built Cape Vincent, N.Y., 1885. Home Port, Cape Vincent. 98.5 x 18.0 x 7.0
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1894
ALBERTA. Official Canada No. 103648. Of 122 gross tons. Built Cape Vincent, N.Y., 1886. ex U. S. 1898. Burnt Trenton, Ont. October 8, 1902
Preliminary List of Canadian Merchant Steamships
Inland and Coastal from 1809 to 1930
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes