The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Steam Boat C. C. Trowbridge
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Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 6 Nov 1841


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Steam Boat
C. C. Trowbridge

CAPT. J. SHERWOOD, Master, having been fitted up in a suitable manner for a Harbor Boat, will land freight and passengers coming up the river, at Walker's Point, Dousman & Browns, E. W. Cole & Co's, J & L. Ward's, J. L. B ean & co's, N. P. Hawks' and B. Kilbourn's wharfs, and such other places as business may require. It is the intention of the proprietors, to run the Boat for the accommodation of the public.

DOUSMAN & BROWN.

Milwaukee, May 11, 1841


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Date of Publication:
6 Nov 1841
Personal Name(s):
Sherwood, J.
Language of Item:
English
  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 43.0289874115121 Longitude: -87.9057833544922
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Steam Boat C. C. Trowbridge