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Marine News in Brief. Ann Arbor No. 4 which capsized while loading cars at Manistique, Mich., on May 29, was floated June 25 and towed to Frankfort where the remainder of the cars were unloaded. Twelve cars were removed by the wrecking crew and twelve were left on the boat together with a large quantity of iron ore. Pig iron was used to trim the boat after she was partially raised. The craft was towed to South Chicago and placed in the dry dock for repairs.
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- 3 Jul 1909
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Wisconsin, United States
Latitude: 44.83416 Longitude: -87.37704
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