The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Dry Dock and Shipyard Notes
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Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 7 Oct 1899, p. 1, column 1


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Dry Dock and Shipyard Notes.

A force of men are engaged in the work of reconstructing the scow Kellogg. This craft will not be ready for service until next spring.

The steamer Edward Buckley was floated from the sectional dock on Saturday and she immediately proceeded to Manistee for cargo.

The scow Williams, recently purchased by Leathem & Smith for a stone carrier occupies the floating dock for some needed repairs. She receives a new: piece of keel­son, a new stem, new stone rails and recalking.

The schooner Kate Howard, which collid­ed with the breakwater pier at the canal last week, and had her headgear carried awav, has been fully repaired at the shipyard, and she got away for Menominee on Tuesday.


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7 Oct 1899
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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 44.8404898074406 Longitude: -87.3825331640625
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Dry Dock and Shipyard Notes