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Chieftain (Tug), collision, 20 Aug 1911


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FOUR DROWNED IN TUG WRECK. - Quebec, August 20. -- Shortly after 1 o'clock Sunday morning a collision took place between the steamer HERO and the tug CHIEFTAIN on the St. Laewrence River and four lives were lost.
      The CHIEFTAIN was sunk. Most of the people on board were rescued, but Mrs. Haggerty, the cook, and her daughter, a man named Menard and a Swede named Alwar Thomas, were lost.
      Buffalo Evening News
      Sunday, August 20, 1911


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Reason: collision
Lives: 4
Remarks: ?
Date of Original:
1911
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McN.W.20179
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Chieftain (Tug), collision, 20 Aug 1911