The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Joseph Goldsmith (Propeller), U76317, sunk

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The stm. CADILLAC on her way in yesterday afternoon, struck the wreck of the JOSEPH GOLDSMITH. After laying 3/4 of an hour, the tug ALPHA succeeded in releasing her, and she proceeded up the river under her own steam.
      Toledo Daily Blade
      July 29, 1901 7-8
The tug to be built by Gilmore at Toledo for Breyman Bros. will be equipped with the engine of the wrecked tug JOSEPH GOLDSMITH
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Wednesday, March 26, 1902

Steam Screw JOSEPH GOLDSMITH U. S. No. 76317. Of 69 gross tons; 30 tons net. Built Milwaukee, Wis, 1882. Home port, Toledo, Ohio. 82.0 x 717.6 x 7.8 Of 50 nominal horsepower
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1899

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  • Ohio, United States
    Latitude: 41.69949 Longitude: -83.45993
William R. McNeil
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Joseph Goldsmith (Propeller), U76317, sunk