M. A. Hanna (Propeller), collision, 7 Jul 1908
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FREIGHTER McINTOSH SUNK BY COLLISION.
Port Huron, July 8. -- The steel freighter H. P. McINTOSH, 520 feet long, owned by the Gilchrist Company of Cleveland, was sunk yesterday in a collision with the freighter M. A. HANNA, in the St. Clair River just below here.
None of the crew were killed or injured. The HANNA was bound up light, and the McINTOSH was bound down with ore.
Buffalo Evening News
July 8, 1908
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Michigan, United States
- William R. McNeil
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