The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
South Simcoe News (Bradford, ON), August 20, 1868

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The CHICORA AT COLLINGWOOD. The Enterprise says this splendid iron clipper steamship arrived there on Saturday from Buffalo and attracted a large number of visitors during the following days. The Chicora is undoubtably the finest model of a steamer that has ever run on these waters and while presenting a beautiful model of naval architecture she has ever requisite in speed, size and safety to make her a general favourite with the travelling public. She is now laying at the Railroad Dock being fitted up in a first class manner with cabins &c for the accommodation of travellers some fifty men being employed in putting up the cabins &c. The Chicora will be fitted up to accommodate eighty passengers this fall and during the winter will have increased accommodations for about one hundred more.

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August 20, 1868
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Bill Hester
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South Simcoe News (Bradford, ON), August 20, 1868