The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Supply (Scow), aground, 21 May 1876

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During the gale on Monday afternoon, the scow SUPPLY, of this port, while endeavoring to seek shelter in Kenosha Harbor, was driven against the south pier, and went upon the beach, where she now lies with her bows badly broken, and full of water. The SUPPLY was on her way from Chicago, light, and for Little Point Sauble. --- Milwaukee Sentinel.
      Cleveland Herald
      Friday, May 26, 1876
WRECKING. -- The tug J. J. HAGERMAN, with steam pumps, left Milwaukee the 25th, for Kenosha, to render assistance to the scow SUPPLY, ashore there. The vessel settled down in the sand in about five feet of water.
      Cleveland Herald
      Saturday, May 27, 1876

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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 42.58474 Longitude: -87.82119
William R. McNeil
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Supply (Scow), aground, 21 May 1876