The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 14 Dec 1855, page 3

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The schooner North Yuba went ashore one week ago yesterday at White Lake. The cook perished of cold on the wreck. Vessel is a total loss. It is also stated that the schooner Blue Bell went ashore about the same place and that three of her crew were lost. They started in a yawl to go for her anchor and chains, which had been lost near the “Clay Banks,” and on their return the boat was swamped. Schooner Cherokee is ashore at Little Point Sauble, will be got off.

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Brendon Baillod
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Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 14 Dec 1855, page 3