American Eagle (Propeller), U570, sunk, 11 Jun 1891
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The tug AMERICAN EAGLE knocked a hole in her side Wednesday night off Cleveland, by running into the tug ALVA B. The latter started to tow the EAGLE into the harbor, but when yet a mile out the EAGLE sunk. On one was hurt. The ALVA B. was damaged to the extent of $300.
Thursday, June 12, 1891
During the raising of the tug AMERICAN EAGLE a squall came up and dislodged her from the timbers she was resting on, between two barges. In falling, the chains under her hull cut her completely in two, and she is now a total loss.
Tuesday, June 7, 1891
Wrecks and Heavy Losses.
The only accident of the past week resulting in a total loss was a collision between the harbor tugs AMERICAN EAGLE and ALVA B. of Cleveland, whereby the former went to the bottom about one mile out from the harbor. The EAGLE was owned by Capt. Dahlke of Cleveland, and was valued at $3,000.
June 18, 1891
Edward Dahlke, owner of the Cleveland tug AMERICAN EAGLE has filed a libel for $4,000 damages against the tug ALVA B., also of Cleveland, as a result of a collision between the two boats off Cleveland harbor last spring, in which the AMERICAN EAGLE was sunk.
September 24, 1891
Steam screw AMERICAN EAGLE. U. S. No. 570. Of 34.48 tons gross; 17.24 tons net. Built at Buffalo, N.Y., in 1865. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 57.5 x 17.3 x 6.6 Of 45 nominal horse power.
Merchant Vessel list, U. S., 1889
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Ohio, United States
- William R. McNeil
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