The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Storage, Forwarding & Commission
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Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Apr 1842, p. 3


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Storage, Forwarding & Commission

The Undersigned here recently taken the Forwarding House of Geo. D. Dousman in Milwaukie, in connection with the Steamboat C. C. Trowbridge, and have associated themselves together under the firm of W. W. Brown & Co. for the purpose of doing a Forwarding and Commission Business.

They will at all times be ready to wait on Vessels and Steamboats, and receive and make advances on freight.

The Harbor Boat, C. C. Trowbridge, will run regularly to Steamboats and Vessels that may make their appearance in the Bay, and will stop at the wharves on either side of the river for passengers or freight.

W.W. BROWN,
L. H. COTTON,
JAMES SANDERSON

Milwaukie, April 13, 1842


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Date of Publication:
23 Apr 1842
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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 43.0293638681694 Longitude: -87.9062983386231
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Storage, Forwarding & Commission