The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Passadena (Barge), collision, 26 Sep 1906

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      Detroit, Sept. 28 - The barge PASSADENA, in tow of the stm. GLADSTONE, collided in Lake St. Clair yesterday with the stm. BLACK ROCK. The BLACK ROCK is leaking and the upper works of the PASSADENA are damaged. Both boats were bound down and it is claimed that the suction of the BLACK ROCK in passing caused the PASSADENA to sheer.
      Buffalo Evening News
      September 28, 1906

      Duluth, Oct. 12 - The stm. GLADSTONE, which had the barge PASSADENA in tow when the boat was wrecked at the Portage Canal, arrived yesterday with the PASSADENA's crew on board. They will be taken to the lower lakes after the GLADSTONE has unloaded its coal cargo.
      Buffalo Evening News
      October 12, 1906

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William R. McNeil
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Passadena (Barge), collision, 26 Sep 1906