The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Propeller Ironsides
        "Propeller Ironsides. Built at Cleveland, O., in 1864. Length over 231 feet; tonnage 1,123; an elegant passenger propeller built for the Lake Superior line; transferred to Lake Michigan and lost at Grand Haven in 1873 with twenty-four lives."
      "Propeller Ironsides. Built at Cleveland, O., in 1864. Length over 231 feet; ...
  • Great Lakes Propeller Ironsides, 1864
        Great Lakes Propeller Ironsides, 1864
      Great Lakes Propeller Ironsides, 1864
  • IRONSIDES
        Ironsides: Built 1864, at Cleveland, Ohio, by Quayle & Martin. Wooden Hull: Length of keel 219 feet; overall 231 feet; Breadth 31 feet (over guards 38 feet); Depth of hold 14 feet. Tonnage 1,123.14 Engine, by Cuyahoga Works, Cleveland. The Ironsides was built for the Cleveland and Lake Superior Line, ...
      Ironsides: Built 1864, at Cleveland, Ohio, by Quayle & Martin. Wooden Hull: ...
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