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Steam paddle UNITED.* U. S. No. 60065. Of 37 gross tons. Built Detroit, Mi., 1834. 80.0 x 20.0 x --- Ferry.
* Renamed ALLIANCE - U. S. - 1836
UNDINE - U. S. -
UNITED - U. S. - 1869 [Runge notes - ALLIANCE from 1836-53 Wood barge. " Barge UNITED passed Detroit 1873 with lumber."]
Herman Runge List
In the storm which took place on Lake Huron on Thursday, by which several lumber barges were wrecked, while others narrowly escaped a like fate, one of the number which weathered the violence of the tempest is deserving of more than passing notice. We refer to the barge UNITED, which some 30 years since was a ferry steamer on the Detroit River, and for several years was the only craft plying in that capacity. She was built in 1836 at Algonac, and a few years since was converted into a lumber barge by being thoroughly rebuilt. On Wednesday she left the Saginaw River lumber laden for Cleveland and during the storm sprang a leak, and to prevent shipwreck a portion of her cargo was thrown overboard when she came on with others in the tow arriving here this morning.
Detroit Advertiser & Tribune
September 11, 1869 1-3
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- ex UNITED, ALLIANCE, UNDINE,
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- William R. McNeil
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