Enterprise (Schooner), aground, 21 Nov 1880
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Reverberation of the Gale
News from around the lakes- vessels in distress and in harbor-terrible suffering and further loss of life
The following additional details of the gale have some in since publication hour yesterday:
In port and ashore at South Bay.
Special despatch to the Palladium -- South Bay, Ont. Nov. 22. -- Schooners in port are the FLORA, GEARING, BRITISH QUEEN, HANLAN, DEFIANCE, J.N. CARTER, ANNIE MINNES, PEARL, CLARA WHITE; also steam barge NORMAN. A large fleet is under South Bay Point. During yesterday's blow the schooner ENTERPRISE was driven ashore with a cargo of lumber. She will be got off easy if lightered. Not much damage done. No other disasters.
Tuesday November 23, 1880
South Bay, Nov., 22. -- The schooner ENTERPRISE drove ashore during yesterday's gale with a cargo of lumber. There was not much damage done. There is a large fleet under South Bay Point.
The J.W. Hall Great Lakes Marine Scrapbook, November, 1880
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes