1846 launch, Buffalo
1847 new boat
"On Board Steamer Baltic, Number III," Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 5 Jul 1847, p. 2 One of a series of letters from the Courier's editor while on a trip from Buffalo to Chicago to attend the Harbor and River Improvements convention there.
"On Board Steamer "Baltic"," Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 14 Jul 1847, p. 2
"On Board Seamer Baltic, Number V," Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 8 Jul 1847, p. 2
"On Board Steamer "Baltic", Number VII," Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 9 Jul 1847, p. 2
1848 new engine &c.
1849 pleasure excursion
1849 line and officers for sea
1850 Reason: sunk
1851 Reason: aground
Remarks: Got off
1852 Reason: damaged cargo &c.
1853 to become a propeller
1853 Reason: broke wheel
1854 ex Stmr.now Side/prop.
"Screw propellers," The Monthly Nautical Magazine and Quarterly Review (New York, NY: Griffiths & Bates, 1855), March 1855, pp. 407-11 SCREW PROPELLERS.
It has been contended for a considerable time by engineers,
that the submerged propeller, as a mode of propulsion, was not
the best adapted to the higher rates of speed in navigation, and
that whatever might be the form, whether that of the regular,
that of the ...
"Whittaker's Substitution of Side Screw for the Paddle-wheel," The Monthly Nautical Magazine and Quarterly Review (New York, NY: Griffiths & Bates, 1855), April 1855, pp. 53-54 WHITTAKER'S SUBSTITUTION OF SIDE SCREW FOR THE PADDLE-WHEEL
The entire success of the steamer Baltic since the removal of
the side paddle-wheels, and the substitution of screws, having
more fully come within our reach since our last issue, we propose to furnish the facts relative to her ...
1861 Reason: broke her wheel
Hull damage: $300
1861 Reason: aground
Hull damage: $75
Remarks: Got off
1864 converted to barge
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