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  • Boaz (Schooner), aground, 23 Nov 1881
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Freight: oats , brick &c.
    Remarks: ?
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Freight: oats , brick &c.
    Remarks: ?
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  • Boaz (Schooner), split sails, 1 Apr 1871
    TextNewspaper       Reason: split sails
    Lives: nil
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: split sails
    Lives: nil
    ...
  • Boaz (Schooner), aground, 1 Oct 1874
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Hull damage: $500
    Remarks: Got off
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Hull damage: $500
    Remarks: Got off
    ...
  • Marine Accidents
    Newspaper  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 6 Nov 1873, p. 3, column 2-3    

    Marine Accidents.--The severe storm last week caused a number of marine accidents on Green Bay. The propeller City of Madison, belonging to F. B. Gardner, went ashore at the "Door." Tug May foundered on the west shore of Green Bay, with four persons on board. The schooner Mary Collins ...

    Newspaper  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 6 Nov 1873, p. 3, column 2-3  

    Marine Accidents.--The severe storm last week caused a number of marine accidents on Green Bay. The propeller City of Madison, belonging to F. B. Gardner, went ashore at the "Door." ...

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