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St. Lawrence (Steamboat), C., aground, 1 Oct 1904


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Quebec, Que.-- Oct. 13. -- The steamer St. LAWRENCE, of the North Shore Steamship Line, ashore at English Point, is a total wreck. The steamer ABERDEEN, which had been at the scene of the disaster, arrived here last night with 115 passengers, the crew, mails and luggage. The St. LAWRENCE having been abandoned altogether. The loss is about $40,000
      Buffalo Evening News
      Oct. 13, 1904

     
Steam Paddle St. LAWRENCE. Official Canada No. 66057. Of 869 tons gross; 469 tons reg. Built Bath, Maine, U. S. A., [no date] Home port, Quebec, Que. 211.0 x 28.0 x 18.8 Owned by the Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co., of Montreal, Que.
      List of Vessels on the registry Books of the
      Dominion of Canada on December 31, 1902
     

Paddle wheel steamer St. LAWRENCE. Canada No. 66057. Of 869 tons gross. 210 x 28 x 19. Built N. Y., 1852. Ex U. S. EASTERN CITY till 1872, scrapped 1890
      Preliminary List of Canadian Merchant Steamships
      Inland & Coastal, 1809 to 1930
     
NOTE:-- the above St. LAWRENCE may not be the vessel wrecked in 1904.
     


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Notes:
Reason: aground
Lives: nil
Remarks: Total loss
Date of Original:
1904
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Local identifier:
McN.W.24568
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.30012 Longitude: -78.31623
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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St. Lawrence (Steamboat), C., aground, 1 Oct 1904