The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Windsor (Barge), water-logged, 5 Sep 1876

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Odds & Ends. -- The old schooner DOLPHIN, bound from Chicago to White Lake, for lumber, cast anchor off Racine on Tuesday in a gale, and dragged anchor or parted her cable, went on the piers, and has gone to pieces. She was built at Detroit in 1862, rated B 2, was valued at $2,500, and was insured for $2,000
The barge WINDSOR, timber laden, bound for Chicago, was out in the same gale near the latter port, sprung a leak, was kept afloat by her cargo, and was finally towed in.
The schooner ADVANCE, lumber laden, was towed into Grand Haven in the same gale, water logged.
      Cleveland Herald
      Saturday, September 9, 1876

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Reason: water-logged
Lives: nil
Freight: lumber
Remarks: Repaired
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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 42.72613 Longitude: -87.78285
William R. McNeil
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Windsor (Barge), water-logged, 5 Sep 1876