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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Joseph L. Hurd.
Year ship built: 1869
Year engine built: 1869
Final disposition: Stranded at north west of Sturgeon Bay Canal on September 23, 1913. Floated later and burned at Sturgeon Bay on Novmeber 8, 1913 and abandoned.
Notes: Engines removed in 1909.
Registry number: US. 75154
Hull number: 10
Vessel type: Passenger and freight, propellor
Contributor(s): Detroit Dry Dock Co.
Height: 10.9 ft.
Width: 29.2 ft.
Length: 171 ft.
Stroke length: 36 in.
Gross tonnage: 557 t.
Net tonnage: 593 t.
Engine type: High pressure, non condensing
Piston 1: 12 in.
Piston 2: 26 in.
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