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John Martin (Tug), U12793, sunk, 1876


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In a few days a steam pump will be sent to raise the tug JOHN MARTIN, which sunk some time ago at her moorings at Anderson, just above Amherstburg, Ont., supposed to have been caused by the bursting of a pipe.
      Cleveland Herald
      Saturday, April 8, 1876
     

JOHN MARTIN Steam screw of 132.73 Tons Gross, 80.72 Tons Net. Official U. S. Number 12793. Built Cleveland, Ohio in 1857. Home port, Rochester, of 225 Indicated Horse-power. 102 x 19.3 x 9.3.
      List of Merchant Vessels
      of the United States, 1890


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Reason: sunk
Remarks: Raised
Date of Original:
1876
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Local identifier:
McN.W.22049
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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John Martin (Tug), U12793, sunk, 1876