The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Brower A. Morgan
Oswego Daily Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 2 May 1907

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Brower A. Morgan

Brower A. Morgan, one of Oswego's oldest residents and a veteran ship carpenter, died this morning at home, No. 168 West Seneca Street. Mr. Morgan was in his eighty-third year. Most of his life was passed in Oswego where he was employed for half a century by the late George Goble, the shipbuilder.

Among the boats which Mr. Morgan had charge of building were the tug Crusader and the schooner Rising Star. He was foreman of the shipyard up to his last illness which was about three weeks ago.

Mr. Morgan was well known among the older residents of Oswego and was esteemed as a fine workman and a good citizen, He is survived by his widow, one son, Henry Morgan, and one daughter, Miss Bessie Morgan, of this city.

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2 May 1907
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  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 43.455341065028 Longitude: -76.5244853496552
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