E. B. Palmer (Schooner), U136094, aground, 31 Oct 1892
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Detroit, Nov. 1. -- Schooner PALMER with a cargo of stone, went ashore at North Point, Lake Huron, last night. She will probably suffer much damage from the northeast gale now blowing.
The work of releasing the steamer TUSCARORA at the Lime Kilns is not progressing as rapidly as was hoped. In an effort to pull her to the Amherstburg dock the steamer bumped over boulders, increasing the inflow of water. The cargo is being lightered. The SAGINAW and WALES brought loads this morning from the wreck and at once returned for more.
Tuesday, November 1, 1892
The E.B. PALMER was pounded to pieces on Midland Island during Sunday's blow. She was owned by H. Gillett of Marquette. She was originally the Canadian schooner NORWOOD, but was renamed in 1879.
Port Huron Daily Times
Tuesday, November 15, 1892
Schooner E.B. PALMER.* U.S. Number 136094. Of 277.35 tons gross; 268.07 tons net. Built 1875 at Welland, Ont. Home port, Marquette, Mich. 138.0 x 26.0 x 10.6
* formerly British schooner RICHARD MORWOOD.
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1890
NOTE:-- LINNIE POWELL, RICHARD NORWOOD, E.B. PALMER.
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