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H. Moore (Scow), U11807, sunk ?, 1891

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A red barrel with a small tripod on top marks the wreck of the scow HANNAH MOORE, sunk on the middle ground off Black river, near Port Huron.
      Marine Review
      July 30, 1891

The wreck of the scow HANNA MOOR, which lies 200 feet out from the Flint & Pere Marquette dock at Port Huron, right in the way of vessels, is to be blown up by dynamite.
      Marine Review
      September 10, 1891

Chauncy E. Mitchell will remove the wreck of the scow HANNAH MOORE, sunk near the Flint & Pere Marquette dock, Port Huron. Gen. Poe asked for bids for the work and Mr. Mitchell's bid of $880 was the lowest.
      The Marine Record
      October 1, 1891

The scow HANNAH MOORE, sunk in the channel of the river, is being blown up today with dynamite by Capt. Heminger of Algonac.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Wednesday, October 14, 1891
Scow schooner H. MOORE. U. S. No. 11807. Of 74.23 gross tons; 70.52 tons net. Built St. Clair, Mich., 1868. Home port, Port Huron, Mich. 88.0 x 20.6 x 6.4
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1891

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  • Michigan, United States
    Latitude: 42.97086 Longitude: -82.42491
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H. Moore (Scow), U11807, sunk ?, 1891