The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Lizzie A. Law (Schooner), U140133, aground, 10 Jun 1876

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Captain Cramer , propeller MAINE, reports passing steamer MARINE CITY ashore midway between Crawford quarry and Presque Isle on mainland yesterday noon, a large tug, presumably the CRUSADER, endeavoring to release her. A large schooner was also reported ashore on Middle Island Reef as sundown yesterday, with a tug working to get her afloat. Both went on during a fog. The tug MOCKINGBIRD has been sent to the vessel's assistance.
      Cleveland Herald
      Monday, June 12, 1876
      ASHORE. -- The captain of the propeller MAINE, which arrived down Sunday, reports seeing a large black schooner ashore on Middle Bass reef, with a tug at work on her. The name of the vessel or tug he was unable to obtain, but the schooner LIZZIE LAW is supposed to be the one, as her description accords with the one detailed by the captain. --- Detroit Free Press.
      Cleveland Herald
      Wednesday, June 14. 1876
Schooner LIZZIE A. LAW. U. S. No. 140133. Of 747.48 tons gross; 710.13 tons net. Built Huron, Mich., 1875. Home port, Chicago, Ill.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1884

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Reason: aground
Lives: nil
Remarks: Got off
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William R. McNeil
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Lizzie A. Law (Schooner), U140133, aground, 10 Jun 1876