The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), September 21, 1881

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The Stern half of Mr. A. M. Smith's British -built large iron steam ship Campana, intended for the Lake Superior line of Steamers and which had to be cut in two to get her to her destination arrived in Kingston some days ago in tow of three tugs the Champlain, Chiefton, and Hiram Calvin. It is estimated that the cost of rejoining her will be about $20, 000. She is intended to make two trips from Collingwood to Duluth this season, so that the work of rejoining her two halves west of the Canal must be pushed on - Monetary Times

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September 21, 1881
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Bill Hester
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Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), September 21, 1881