Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Cherokee (Steamboat), 9 Jun 1848
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      Lake Steamers - The steamers of war on the Lakes are: The CHEREOKEE, carrying 2 eight-inch Paixhams, and 40 men; the burthen is 752 tons, the engine of 200 h.p. The MOHAWK, 2 18 mediums, 25 men, 60 h.p., and 194 tons. The MINOS, 2 guns, size not stated, 25 men and 60 h.p., tons not mentioned.
Commodore Fowell, of Kingston commands the CHEREOKEE; Lt. Tyssen, the MOHAWK, on Lake Huron; and Lt. Harper, the MINOS, on Lake Erie. [Montreal Herald]
      Argus (Kingston)
      June 9, 1848 p..3


Item Type
Clippings
Notes
armament
Date of Original
1848
Subject(s)
Local identifier
McN.E.6839
Language of Item
English
Donor
William R. McNeil
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Cherokee (Steamboat), 9 Jun 1848