The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ann Arbor No. 1 (Ferry), U106974, aground, 28 Nov 1892

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Sturgeon Bay, Nov. 30. -- Five tugs, including the powerful lake boat THOMAS H. SMITH, left here this morning to resume operations on the stranded car ferry ANN ARBOR No. 1, north of AHnapee. It is thought the tugs will be able to work to advantage today as the wind has shifted to the westward and the sea is running down.
      Buffalo Enquirer
      Wednesday, November 30, 1892
      Steam screw ANN ARBOR, No. 1. U. S. No. 106974. Of 1,127.76 tons gross; 563.88 tons net. Built Toledo, O., 1892. Home port, Toledo, O. 260.4 x 53.0 x 14.7 Of 1,500 Nominal horse-power
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1895

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Reason: aground
Lives: nil
Remarks: Got off
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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 44.60889 Longitude: -87.43259
William R. McNeil
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Ann Arbor No. 1 (Ferry), U106974, aground, 28 Nov 1892