- Stanton, Samuel Ward, Attributed name
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- Sketch and notes on the THOMAS JEFFERSON
- Illustration from Stanton, Samuel Ward, American Steam Vessels,1895, page 43
Built 1834, at Erie, PA
Hull, of wood, built by S. Jenkins. Length from stem to stern 174 feet; breadth of beam 26 feet 8 inches; depth of hold 9 feet 8 inches.
Engine, cross-head, constructed by Jas. P. Allaire. New York. 150 horse power
Tonnage 428 66/95
The THOMAS JEFFERSON was built for C. M. Reed and others and she ran between Buffalo, Detroit and other lake ports. In 1846 the engine of the THOMAS JEFFERSON was put into the new lake steamboat LOUISIANA, and it was lost with her in 1858.
- Smith & Stanton
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- New York
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