The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), April 28, 1870

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THE CHICORA-This fine steamer, which has been recently overhauled and repainted white , with red stripes to water line and on the guards, it is said is busily loading at Collingwood. Amongst her cargo will be thirty of the Government boats, which have been built for the Red River campaign. These will be stowed on the deck of the vessel and will be protected from casualties by being placed in a species of crate work. She will likewise take to Fort William fifteen hundred barrels of pork, a large quantity of flour, and other Government stores which have arrived at Collingwood.

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April 28, 1870
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Bill Hester
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Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), April 28, 1870