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The schr. ANTARES, wrecked in the storm two weeks ago, was built in 1852 at Cattaraugus, N.Y., by A. Stevens, and was therefore 31 years old. Her name has not appeared on the Lloyd's register since 1879, at which time she was marked "not insurable." It is a mystery how men could be found to risk their lives on the old tub.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
June 6, 1884 3-8
Schooner ANTARES, built 1852 at Cataraugus, N. Y. Sunk in the Ogden Canal, it is not likely she will be raised as she is (or was) the oldest vessel on the lakes.
May 15, 1884
Schooner ANTARES. Of 128 tons. Built at Cattaraugus by C. Stevens in 1852. Home port, Chicago. Owned by Robinson & others. Class, B 2. value $1,800. REMARKS, -- Repaired in 1869 and 1871.
Association of lake Underwriters
Vessel Classification register, 1876
Schooner ANTARES. U. S. No. 366. Of 128.62 tons gross; 122.19 tons net. Built Irving, Mich., 1863. Home port, Chicago, Ill. 96.4 x 21.6 x 9.2.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1885
Schooner ANTARES. U. S. No. 366. Of 176 tons gross. Built Cattaraugus, N.Y., in 1852, by Charles Stevens.
96.4 x 21.6 x 9.2. NOTES :-- Also listed as built Irving, N.Y., 1863.
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Illinois, United States
Latitude: 41.8167 Longitude: -87.76783
- William R. McNeil
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