The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Mollie (Scow), aground, 28 Nov 1872

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      The scow MOLLY went ashore at Scott's Pt., mainland, south of South Bass Island, at daybreak on Monday. She was on the rocks and still on Wednesday afternoon. She is probably laden with lumber from Port Huron.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      November 30, 1872 3-5

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      Part of the load of a scow which went ashore near Mouse Island, a few nights ago, has been got off and piled up on the beach. The cargo was composed princippally of grindstones, but the name of the boat was not reported.
      Sandusky Daily Register
      November 30, 1872 4-4

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      The scow MOLLIE of Buffalo which went ashore at Ottawa Pt. last fall with a load of grinstones, was pulled off yesterday morning by the stm. FERRIS, which towed her under the lee of the point. She has not sustained, to all appearances, any great damage. Capt. Henry Moore is in charge of her.
      Sandusky Daily Register
      April 9, 1873 4-3

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Reason: aground
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Freight: lumber ?
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William R. McNeil
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Mollie (Scow), aground, 28 Nov 1872