The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Sarah E. Sheldon (Propeller), U115083, aground, 15 Sep 1897

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The steamer SARAH E. SHELDON, with the NEGAUNEE in tow, loaded for Tonawanda, went aground in Niagara River below the International Bridge Wednesday evening. The SHELDON was drawing more than 14 feet, which is too much for that route now. Tugs failed to move the stranded boat that night. But with better water she was released later without lightering.
      Milwaukee Library Scrapbook
      September 18, 1897

steam screw SARAH E. SHELDON. U. S. No. 115083. Of 693 tons gross; 517 tons net. Built Black River, Ohio, 1872. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 184.1 x 32.4 x 13.8 Freight service. Crew of 19. Of 570 indicated horsepower
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1904

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Reason: aground
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William R. McNeil
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Sarah E. Sheldon (Propeller), U115083, aground, 15 Sep 1897