The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Trowbridge
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Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 17 Jun 1843, p. 2


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The Steamboat TROWBRIDGE, which plies between Green Bay, Milwaukie, &c &c., has been greatly enlarged. She was launched at Milwaukie a few days ago, and forthwith takes her port. [Rochester Dem.

Well, really, DAWSON, you do make some of the most unaccountably strange mistakes.-- The C. C. TROWBRIDGE, the launch of which we spoke some two or three weeks ago, is, as we then stated, a harbor boat, in the employ of Messrs. Dousman & Co. She does not "ply between Green Bay, Milwaukie &c., &c.," -- but conveys passengers and freight to and from the Steamers and Vessels arriving in our Bay.-- This boat in connection with the PATRONAGE, are coining money. Every thing in the West, friend Dawson, is conducted on the Don't-give-up-the-ship-and-look-back-go-ahead principle.-- If you doubt--come and see. You shall be well cared for by our friends, at the HARRIMAN HOUSE.


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17 Jun 1843
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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 43.0278580276867 Longitude: -87.9044100634766
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