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  • AMERICA (1810, Schooner)
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  • AMERICA (1826, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: Nov 1841; 1826-37 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1834 Enlarged 65 old style tons. 1839-41 Enrolled Buffalo. 1841 Stranded. ; Final Location: 20 miles below St. Joseph. Lake Michigan, Stranded.
    Ship     Final Date: Nov 1841; 1826-37 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1834 Enlarged 65 old style tons. 1839-41 Enrolled Buffalo. 1841 Stranded. ; Final Location: 20 miles below St. Joseph. Lake Michigan, Stranded.
  • AMERICA (1841, Steamer)
    Ship       Final Date: 23 Oct 1874; Dimensions (LBD): 141' x 19' x 9' ; 1842 Rochester-Toronto route with steamer GORE. 1854 Owned T. Maxwell & Co., Kingston. 1855, Jul 20 Collision with schooner, nearly cut in two, EMBLEM off Hamilton, Lake Ontario. 1858, Apr Sank at wharf, Hamilton. 1863 River tug, ...
    Ship     Final Date: 23 Oct 1874; Dimensions (LBD): 141' x 19' x 9' ; 1842 Rochester-Toronto route with steamer GORE. 1854 Owned T. Maxwell & Co., Kingston. 1855, Jul 20 Collision ...
  • AMERICA (1847, Barkentine)
    Ship       Official No.: 355; Final Date: 8 Sep 1899; Dimensions (LBD): 138.5' x 26' x 9.9' ; 1853-54 Enrolled French Creek, NY. 1854 Enrolled Cape Vincent District. 1854, Dec 4 Ashore Stoney Point, Lake Ontario. 1854, Dec 15 Ashore Webster without cargo. 1855, Jan 30 Gotten off shore & taken to ...
    Ship     Official No.: 355; Final Date: 8 Sep 1899; Dimensions (LBD): 138.5' x 26' x 9.9' ; 1853-54 Enrolled French Creek, NY. 1854 Enrolled Cape Vincent District. 1854, Dec 4 Ashore ...
  • AMERICA (1847, Steamer)
    Ship       Final Date: 5 Apr 1854; Dimensions (LBD): 240' 2" x 34' 2 1/2" x 13' 8" ; 1848, Apr 8 Enrolled Buffalo. 1848, Apr 21 Ran aground Mamajuda, 10 miles from Detroit. 1848 Ran Buffalo to Sandusky route until mid-June, then added to Chicago through end of season. 1848, Aug ...
    Ship     Final Date: 5 Apr 1854; Dimensions (LBD): 240' 2" x 34' 2 1/2" x 13' 8" ; 1848, Apr 8 Enrolled Buffalo. 1848, Apr 21 Ran aground Mamajuda, 10 miles ...
  • AMERICA (1853, Barge)
    Ship       1863 Rebuilt, 232 tons. 1864-66 Owned Glassford Jones & Co., Montreal; 14,000 bushel capacity. 1871 Owned Montreal, QUE. 1872 Rebuilt 212 tons. 1877 108.6 x 21.7 x 9.1', 212 tons; owned John Torrence, Montreal. 1878 Owned Miller & Co., Montreal. 1879 Owned Gunn & Co., Montreal; 200 ton barge.
    Ship     1863 Rebuilt, 232 tons. 1864-66 Owned Glassford Jones & Co., Montreal; 14,000 bushel capacity. 1871 Owned Montreal, QUE. 1872 Rebuilt 212 tons. 1877 108.6 x 21.7 x 9.1', 212 tons; ...
  • AMERICA (1853, Schooner)
    Ship       Dimensions (LBD): 102' x 18.2' x 8' ; 1854 Owned McGuire, Kingston. 1856 Lengthened, 189 tons by Charles Jenkins, Kingston. 1861 Large repairs. 1863-65 Same owner. 1866 Owned Mcguire & McAvory, Kingston. 1871 Owned Oswego, NY. 1872 Rebuilt as barge.; Original Owner: John McGuire
    Ship     Dimensions (LBD): 102' x 18.2' x 8' ; 1854 Owned McGuire, Kingston. 1856 Lengthened, 189 tons by Charles Jenkins, Kingston. 1861 Large repairs. 1863-65 Same owner. 1866 Owned Mcguire & ...
  • AMERICA (1853, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 373; Final Date: 17 Sep 1868; 1853-57 Enrolled Cleveland. 1854, Apr 6 Damaged against pier Ashtabula, OH; stone cargo. 1854 Listed as "scow", Cuyahoga District. 1860 Owned Scoville, Bennett & Co, Ashtabula. 1862-63 Enrolled Buffalo. 1863 Owned Henry M. Hauser, Milwaukee; large repairs. 1864 Readmeasured, 93.92 gross tons. ...
    Ship     Official No.: 373; Final Date: 17 Sep 1868; 1853-57 Enrolled Cleveland. 1854, Apr 6 Damaged against pier Ashtabula, OH; stone cargo. 1854 Listed as "scow", Cuyahoga District. 1860 Owned Scoville, ...
  • AMERICA (1853, Steamer)
    Ship       Other Names: MONARQUE; Final Date: Dec 1901; 1879 River boat; owned Monarque, Montreal. 1886 Rebuilt as sidewheel tug MONARQUE (C90545) at Sore, Que by Coteau; listed as tug, 108'9" x 30' 4" x 6' 9"; 136 gross/86 net tons; owned by Denis Richard & Etienne Monarque of Sorel. 1900 Owned ...
    Ship     Other Names: MONARQUE; Final Date: Dec 1901; 1879 River boat; owned Monarque, Montreal. 1886 Rebuilt as sidewheel tug MONARQUE (C90545) at Sore, Que by Coteau; listed as tug, 108'9" x ...
  • AMERICA (1854)
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  • AMERICA (1854, Steamer)
    Ship       Other Names: COATZACOALCOS; Final Date: 11 Apr 1869; Dimensions (LBD): 279' x 36' x 13.5' ; 1856 Ran the Toronto-Kingston-Ogdensburg route. 1857-58 Owned Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad Co. 1858, Sep 15 Certificate of ownership cancelled by letter from Collector of Customs, Quebec. 1859, Jan 19 Admitted into US Registry, New ...
    Ship     Other Names: COATZACOALCOS; Final Date: 11 Apr 1869; Dimensions (LBD): 279' x 36' x 13.5' ; 1856 Ran the Toronto-Kingston-Ogdensburg route. 1857-58 Owned Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad Co. 1858, Sep ...
  • AMERICA (1858, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       1860 Owned S. Flanagan, Chicago, IL. 1863-64 Same owner.
    Ship     1860 Owned S. Flanagan, Chicago, IL. 1863-64 Same owner.
  • AMERICA (1863, Propeller)
    Ship       Other Names: JOHN A. RYAN; Dimensions (LBD): 134' x 23.8' x 10.8' ; 145 ft overall, cost $25,000; launched week of Oct 5, 1863. 1870 Merchant's Line, Montreal to Upper Lakes. 1875 Western Express Line, Montreal to Chicago. 1877 Readmeasured, 631/418 tons. 1880 Dismantled, made barge Owen Sound, ONT; renamed ...
    Ship     Other Names: JOHN A. RYAN; Dimensions (LBD): 134' x 23.8' x 10.8' ; 145 ft overall, cost $25,000; launched week of Oct 5, 1863. 1870 Merchant's Line, Montreal to Upper ...
  • AMERICA (1872, Barge)
    Ship       Official No.: 29763; Dimensions (LBD): 108' x 26' x 5.2' ; "Scow-barge" 1873 Carried coal 1876 Owned Western Transportation & Coal Co.; 120 gross tons. 1878, Nov 12 Enrolled Pt. Huron; owned Wm Dana, Algonac. 1879 Owned Western Transportation & Coal Co. 1881-82 Carried lumber in Saginaw to Cleveland service. ...
    Ship     Official No.: 29763; Dimensions (LBD): 108' x 26' x 5.2' ; "Scow-barge" 1873 Carried coal 1876 Owned Western Transportation & Coal Co.; 120 gross tons. 1878, Nov 12 Enrolled Pt. ...
  • AMERICA (1873, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 105337; Final Date: 28 Sep 1880; Dimensions (LBD): 137.3' x 26' x 11.8' ; Reportedly had offical number US105244 as well; sister to schonner GROTON. 1873, May 31 Launched. 1873, Jun 11 Enrolled Port Huron. 1873, Oct 1 Owned Muir & Hood, Chicago. 1875, May 21 Owned Thomas ...
    Ship     Official No.: 105337; Final Date: 28 Sep 1880; Dimensions (LBD): 137.3' x 26' x 11.8' ; Reportedly had offical number US105244 as well; sister to schonner GROTON. 1873, May 31 ...
  • AMERICA (1889, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Other Names: GLENSTRIVEN; Official No.: 106638; Final Date: 1924; Dimensions (LBD): 274.7' x 42.2' x 13.9' ; 1889, Apr 23 Launched; Cost $160,000; 3 bulkheads, double-bottom ballast tanks. 1890 Operated by Lackawanna Line; carrying record grain cargos. 1894, Aug Collided with schooner AHIRA COBB, Mud Lake; upbound with coal in ...
    Ship     Other Names: GLENSTRIVEN; Official No.: 106638; Final Date: 1924; Dimensions (LBD): 274.7' x 42.2' x 13.9' ; 1889, Apr 23 Launched; Cost $160,000; 3 bulkheads, double-bottom ballast tanks. 1890 Operated ...
  • AMERICA (1897, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Other Names: MIDWAY, WISCONSIN; Official No.: 107302; Dimensions (LBD): 80.2' x 21' x 12.3' ; 1897, Jul 28 Launched. 1899 Owned William Hill, James Ash, John Johnson & Abner C. Harding, Hand & Johnson Tug Line, Buffalo, NY. 1916 Great Lakes Towing Co, Cleveland, OH. Undated measurement: 83.2 x 21.2 ...
    Ship     Other Names: MIDWAY, WISCONSIN; Official No.: 107302; Dimensions (LBD): 80.2' x 21' x 12.3' ; 1897, Jul 28 Launched. 1899 Owned William Hill, James Ash, John Johnson & Abner C. ...
  • AMERICA (1898, Excursion Vessel)
    Ship       Official No.: 107367; Final Date: 7 Jun 1928; Dimensions (LBD): 164.6' x 31' x 11' ; Cost $75,000. 1898, Jun 13 Temporary enrollment Detroit. 1898, June 25 Permanent document issued Chicago; ran Chicago to Michigan City, IN via Calumet, IL; twice daily; exceeds 17 mph; 75 cent fare for round-trip. ...
    Ship     Official No.: 107367; Final Date: 7 Jun 1928; Dimensions (LBD): 164.6' x 31' x 11' ; Cost $75,000. 1898, Jun 13 Temporary enrollment Detroit. 1898, June 25 Permanent document issued ...
  • CARROLL, CHARLES (1831, Steamer)
    Ship       Other Names: AMERICA; Final Date: 1837; Dimensions (LBD): 81' 8" x 14' 6" x 6' 3" ; 1831 - 39, May 3 Enrolled Sacketts Harbor. 1831, Jul 13 Renamed AMERICA; ran Sacketts Harbor to Kingston, ONT. 1834 Lengthened. 1839 Rebuilt as schooner, 89 tons, 2 mast.; Original Owner: Calvin Case
    Ship     Other Names: AMERICA; Final Date: 1837; Dimensions (LBD): 81' 8" x 14' 6" x 6' 3" ; 1831 - 39, May 3 Enrolled Sacketts Harbor. 1831, Jul 13 Renamed AMERICA; ...
  • CONNELL, W. & J. (1894, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Other Names: AMERICA;LAFAYETTE;SODUS; Official No.: 81471; Dimensions (LBD): 64' x 15' x 7' 8" ; For Oswego Harbor, NY work. c1894 Renamed AMERICA. 1899 "Passenger propeller". c1909 Renamed LAFAYETTE; 64.4 x 15.7 x 6.3. c1917 Renamed SODUS.; Original Owner: Connell Bros. et al
    Ship     Other Names: AMERICA;LAFAYETTE;SODUS; Official No.: 81471; Dimensions (LBD): 64' x 15' x 7' 8" ; For Oswego Harbor, NY work. c1894 Renamed AMERICA. 1899 "Passenger propeller". c1909 Renamed LAFAYETTE; 64.4 ...
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