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Queen City (Schooner), U20563, aground, 4 Nov 1875

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Detroit, Nov. 4. -- The schooner QUEEN CITY, with a cargo of corn is ashore and full of water on Point Waugashance, she will probably be a total loss. She went on Sunday in a snow storm.
      Toronto Daily Globe
      Friday, November 5, 1875
The tug S. S. SDSALL, accompanied by the tug LEVIATHAN, arrived at Port Huron on Friday morning with the schooner QUEEN CITY, which has been ashore at Point Waugoshance. The QUEEN CITY was badly broken up about the stern, and had injured all her cargo of grain, with the exception of about 1,000 bushels, which was taken from her hold. The wreck had four large steam pumps on board, two of which were returned to the LEVIATHAN, which will go back to the Straits without delay. The EDSALL towed the QUEEN CITY down and to Detroit,
      Toronto Daily Globe
      Tuesday, November 16, 1875
Schooner QUEEN CITY. U. S. No. 20563. Of 675.81 tons gross; 642.02 tons net. Built East Saginaw, Mich., 1873. Home port, Cleveland, O. 183.3 x 36.4 x 13.2
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1891

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Reason: aground
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Freight: corn
Remarks: Got off
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William R. McNeil
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Queen City (Schooner), U20563, aground, 4 Nov 1875