Tecumseh (Propeller), C60774, collision, 29 May 1897
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The Canadian steamer LOUIS SHICKLUNA was sent to the bottom of Lake Erie off Long Point Friday by collision with the steamer TECUMSEH. She was bound for Cleveland without cargo. When about 3 miles off Long Point, the TECUMSEH, which was bound down from Lake Superior, struck the SHICKLUNA abreast of the boiler room. It was just enough time for the crew to launch the boat and get away, They were picked up Saturday morning by the TECUMSEH.
Port Huron Daily Times
Monday, May 31, 1897
Steam screw TEUMSETH. Official Canada No. 60774. Of 840 gross tons; 530 tons Reg. Built Chatham, Ont., 1873. Home Port, Sarnia, Ont. 200.0 x 29.9 x 13.2. Owned by P. MacArthur, of Toronto, Ont.
List of vessels on the Registry Books of the
Dominion of Canada on December 31, 1886
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