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October 28, 1851. - Schooner ONEIDA, run into by the steamer OHIO - vessel filled - cargo lumber - towed to Cleveland. Property loss, $700
Buffalo Daily Courier
Monday, January 5, 1852
Casualty List for 1851
NOTE:- the above casualty is for the schooner ONEIDA, it would appear that the OHIO was not injured.
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The stmr. OHIO and the schr. ONEIDA came in collision off Black River Point
on Friday night (10/31). The schooner immediately filled, but being loaded wit
lumber did not sink. She was towed to Cleveland.
November 6, 1851
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Wisconsin, United States
Latitude: 43.69083 Longitude: -87.70397
- William R. McNeil
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