Jennie Mullen (Schooner), U12763, sunk, 26 May 1896
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SUNK AT TWO RIVERS.
Schooner JENNIE MULLINS Pounds On The Bar And Fills With Water,
Manitowoc, Wis., May 26. - The schooner JENNIE MULLINS of Manistee, lumber laden for Chicago, pounded while entering the harbor here yesterday, causing her to spring a leak of such dimensions that she sunk in the harbor. A tug and pump has been telegraphed for from Milwaukee.
May 26, 1896
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SCHOONER JENNIE MULLINS FLOATED.
Two Rivers, Wis., June 1. - The schooner JENNIE MULLENS, which struck while entering this harbor and filled with water after getting inside, was floated yesterday after being relieved of her cargo of slabs. Recent gales have so shoaled the water in the channel as to make it dangerous even for vessels of light draught to attempt an entrance when a sea is running.
June 1, 1896
Schooner JENNIE MULLEN. U. S. No. 12763. Of 206.29 tons. Home port, Chicago, Ill.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1871
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Wisconsin, United States
- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes