H. Houghton (Propeller), U96006, capsized, 1 Sep 1916
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The little steamer H. HOUGHTON which rolled over at the dock of the Mullen Coal Co., at Sandwich, was floated by the Reid Wrecking Co., and the dock, which was out of commission for a few days, is ready for business again.
Buffalo Daily Courier
September 16, 1916
H. HOUGHTON Built Feb. 1, 1889 Bulk Propeller -Wood
U. S. No. 96006 210 gt -151 nt 126' x 27' x 8.2'
Burned Novernber 20, 1926, at Hopps Point in north channel of St. Clair River.
Frank Wheeler & Co., West Bay City Shipbuilding Master List
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