The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
E. H. Moss (Schooner), aground, 27 Sep 1872

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Disasters In The Sault River.- The propeller LADY FRANKLIN, having in tow the schooner A. H. MOSS and scow MOSES GAGE, grounded in Neebish, causing considerable damage to the MOSS, also to the steamer and scow. They had not been liberated when the propeller ARCTIC passed that way. The schooner E. R. TUINE laden with railroad iron for Ashland, while being towed up the river, grounded, sustaining severe injuries to her build and causing a bad leak. She has since reached her destination.
      Detroit Free Press
      October 18, 1872 3-3

The schr. A.H. MOSS heretofore having been reported as having been damaged, both on Lake Superior and the Sault River, has arrived at Port Huron, and will be repaired before proceeding further.
Detroit Advertiser & Tribune
      October 9, 1872 4-9

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Reason: aground
Lives: nil
Remarks: Repaired
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 46.35007 Longitude: -84.09994
William R. McNeil
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E. H. Moss (Schooner), aground, 27 Sep 1872