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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Year ship built: 1879
Final disposition: Burned, Tobermory, Ont., December 24, 1910. Hull stripped and junked, Wiarton, Ont.
Notes: Engines from John Sherman (Ex U.S.R.C.) of 1865, and engines to Frank E. Kirby 1890. SOld Canadian, 1906. Had been cut down to schooner, 1889 and repowered as steam barge in 1897. High pressure, non-condensing 16 in. piston by 20 in. stroke by Pound Mfg. Co. from tug, Jim Pulcar.
Registry number: C. 117174
Hull number: None
Contributor(s): J.P. Clark
Height: 10.6 ft.
Width: 29 ft.
Length: 165.2 ft.
Gross tonnage: 339 t.
Net tonnage: 285 t.
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