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Massasauga (Propeller), U91332, fire, 27 Aug 1890

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The small steamer MASSASSAUGA, owned by H. S. Dale, built in Buffalo in 1881, was burned at Gibralter yesterday and is a total loss.
      Buffalo Evening News
      August 28, 1890

Detroit, Aug. 27. -- he small river passenger steamer MISSASSAUGA, was totally destroyed by fire at Gibraltar last night. She was owned by St. Clair parties, and was built in 1881 at Buffalo, was valued at $10,000 and measured 93' x 16'.
      Chicago Inter Ocean
      August 28, 1890
Propeller MISSASSAUGA, Of 136 tons. Built Buffalo 1881 by Hingston. Home port, St. Clair. Value $8,000. Class, A 2 REMARKS:-- Passenger.
      Inland Lloyds
      Vessel register, 1887

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  • Michigan, United States
    Latitude: 42.09504 Longitude: -83.18965
William R. McNeil
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Massasauga (Propeller), U91332, fire, 27 Aug 1890