The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
The barkentine ETOWAH at anchor off MacKay's Wharf on her first visit to Hamilton


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The barkentine ETOWAH at anchor off MacKay's Wharf on her first visit to Hamilton. Built in Cleveland the previous year, ETOWAH was newly arrived from Liverpool with a cargo of goods for Montreal, Hamilton, Cleveland and Detroit. She was then going to carry copper from Bruce Mines back to England.
Notes:
Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901 . An extended discusion of the ETOWAH's reception in Hamilton can be found in the 1864 section of the work.
Date Of Event:
5 Sep 1864
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Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.2768303890616 Longitude: -79.8646831512451
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The barkentine ETOWAH at anchor off MacKay's Wharf on her first visit to Hamilton
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The barkentine ETOWAH at anchor off MacKay's Wharf on her first visit to Hamilton


The barkentine ETOWAH at anchor off MacKay's Wharf on her first visit to Hamilton. Built in Cleveland the previous year, ETOWAH was newly arrived from Liverpool with a cargo of goods for Montreal, Hamilton, Cleveland and Detroit. She was then going to carry copper from Bruce Mines back to England.