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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 29 Jul 1886
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    Marine Intelligence. On Wednesday of last week the tug Tillinghast was brought to this port from Menominee, having been purchased by Leathem & Smith, as stated in a former issue of The Advocate. She is in command of Capt. Louis Legot, formerly of the tug Tornado.

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    Marine Intelligence. On Wednesday of last week the tug Tillinghast was brought to this port from Menominee, having been purchased by Leathem & Smith, as stated in a former issue ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 29 Jul 1886
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    Short Takes. A derrick is being constructed in the slip near Leathem & Smith's mill to enable them to remove the boiler and engine from the tug Tillinghast and transfer them to the new hull soon to arrive. {EB Note: tugs Tillinghast & George Nelson}

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    Short Takes. A derrick is being constructed in the slip near Leathem & Smith's mill to enable them to remove the boiler and engine from the tug Tillinghast and transfer ...

  • The Independent (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Nov 1886
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    Local Happenings The derrick which was built by Leathem & Smith to remove the machinery of the Tillinghast and place it in the George Nelson, was blown down by the gale Tuesday.

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    Local Happenings The derrick which was built by Leathem & Smith to remove the machinery of the Tillinghast and place it in the George Nelson, was blown down by the ...

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