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  • CAMBRIA (1809, Schooner)
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  • DIMMERS, C. H. (1882, Canalboat)
        Other Names: NIAGARA; Official No.: 126011; Final Date: 1920; Dimensions (LBD): 96.4' x 17.8' x 9.1' ; 1889 Renamed NIAGARA, used as ferry. 1894 Out of registry. 1920 Abandoned.
      Other Names: NIAGARA; Official No.: 126011; Final Date: 1920; Dimensions (LBD): 96.4' ...
  • DRUID (1856, Steamer)
        Other Names: NIAGARA; Official No.: 53589; Final Date: 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 160' x 21.6' x 10.4' ; 1857 Supplied lighthouses of Nova Scotia & Sable Island towing disabled vessels & fisheries protection. 1868, Nov 18 Stranded Roaring Bull Rock, bound Sable Island - Halifax; repaired. 1869 Transferred to Quebec; consort ...
      Other Names: NIAGARA; Official No.: 53589; Final Date: 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 160' ...
  • NIAGARA (1804, Sloop)
        Other Names: NANCY; 1806 Sold British & renamed NANCY. 1814 Captured by American force.; Original Owner: U.S. Government
      Other Names: NANCY; 1806 Sold British & renamed NANCY. 1814 Captured by ...
  • NIAGARA (1816, Schooner)
        Final Date: Apr 1831; 1816 Enrolled Oswego, NY. 1818 - 1831 Enrolled Oswego. 1831, Apr Wrecked Lake Ontario.; Final Location: Port Hope. Lake Ontario., Wrecked.
      Final Date: Apr 1831; 1816 Enrolled Oswego, NY. 1818 - 1831 Enrolled ...
  • NIAGARA (1825, Schooner)
        1826 Rebuilt as steamer, engine by Ward Brothers, Montreal, QUE. 1826, Aug 10 Machinery breakdown. 1826, Sep 14 Collision with DALHOUSIE on St. Lawrence River. 1826, Nov 2 Stranded Poplar Point, St. Lawrence River. 1827, Jun Refloated. 1827, May Rebuilt as schooner; engine removed. 1832 Owned Rochester.
      1826 Rebuilt as steamer, engine by Ward Brothers, Montreal, QUE. 1826, Aug ...
  • NIAGARA (1826, Steamer)
        Final Date: 3 Apr 1842; Dimensions (LBD): 102' x 20' 11" x 8' ; 1826, Aug 4 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1826, Aug 30 Broke machinery Duck Island, Lake Ontario. 1826, Oct Collision with steamer PIONEER at Grand River, Lake Erie. 1826, Nov 14 Main mast carried away in gale, Niagara ...
      Final Date: 3 Apr 1842; Dimensions (LBD): 102' x 20' 11" x ...
  • NIAGARA (1828, Steamer)
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  • NIAGARA (1840, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 140' x 24' x 0' ; 1840, Jan Launched. 1840 Enrolled Oswego, NY; ran Toronto, ONT - Oswego, NY. 1841, Oct Aground Port Hope, Lake Ontario; Royal Mail Steamer. 1849, Nov 25 Aground Chagrin River, Lake Erie. 1852, Aug 10 Collision with propeller PENINSULA at Cleveland, Lake Erie.
      Dimensions (LBD): 140' x 24' x 0' ; 1840, Jan Launched. 1840 ...
  • NIAGARA (1840, Steamer)
        Other Names: SOVEREIGN; Final Date: 1859; Dimensions (LBD): 158' x 23.5' x 11' ; 1840, Jan 7 Launched; ran Kingston, ONT & Montreal, QUE. 1841 Operated Royal Mail Line between Toronto, ONT & Kingston with ST. GEORGE & CITY OF TORONTO. 1841, Oct 25 Stranded in gale, Cobourg. 1843 Renamed ...
      Other Names: SOVEREIGN; Final Date: 1859; Dimensions (LBD): 158' x 23.5' x ...
  • NIAGARA (1845, Steamer)
        Final Date: 24 Sep 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 230' x 33.5' x 14' ; Was the flagship of Reed Line, ran between Dunkirk, NY & Detroit, MI; later changed to Buffalo, NY & Chicago, IL. 1845, Jun 5 Launched. 1846, Nov 24 Aground, Erie, PA, Lake Erie. 1847 New engine, low ...
      Final Date: 24 Sep 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 230' x 33.5' x 14' ...
  • NIAGARA (1845, Steamer)
        Other Names: SUFFOLK, USAT; Final Date: 7 Oct 1864; Dimensions (LBD): 192' 4" x 27' 5" x 9' 4" ; 1845, Jul 12 Enrolled Ogdensburg, NY. 1848, Apr 18 Lost rudder in gale off Genesee River, Lake Ontario & drifted ashore. 1848, Jun 15 Released. 1849, Apr 10 Owned Ontario ...
      Other Names: SUFFOLK, USAT; Final Date: 7 Oct 1864; Dimensions (LBD): 192' ...
  • NIAGARA (1846, Lakeboat)
        1846 Enrolled Oswego, NY.
      1846 Enrolled Oswego, NY.
  • NIAGARA (1849, Propeller)
        Official No.: 52161; Dimensions (LBD): 173' 4" x 24' 4" x 11' 1" ; 1849, Jun 6 Enrolled Buffalo, NY: ran Buffalo - Chicago. 1853, Nov 4 Rudder broke, Lake Erie; repaired Buffalo. 1854, Dec 3 Holed & ashore Presque Isle, MI, Lake Huron; abandoned for winter. 1855, Apr 27 ...
      Official No.: 52161; Dimensions (LBD): 173' 4" x 24' 4" x 11' ...
  • NIAGARA (1849, Steamer)
        Final Date: 16 Mar 1868; Originally a steam packet for Ohio rivers. Brought to Toledo, OH, for towing; first to operate on Maumee River. 1852 Taken to Cleveland, OH, for towing. 1860, Mar 25 Owned J. Loranger Junior, Monroe, MI. 1868, Mar 16 Drydocked Blaisdell shipyard, Cleveland; slipped off blocks ...
      Final Date: 16 Mar 1868; Originally a steam packet for Ohio rivers. ...
  • NIAGARA (1850, Schooner)
        Final Date: 10 Dec 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 88' x 19' x 7' ; 1854, May 25 Registered Montreal, QUE, 88 x 7'. 1856, Dec 10 Driven ashore & stranded, Port Hope, ONT, Lake Ontario.; Final Location: Port Hope, ONT. Lake Ontario., Stranded.; Driven ashore & stranded in storm, two lifesavers ...
      Final Date: 10 Dec 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 88' x 19' x 7' ...
  • NIAGARA (1853, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 93' x 26' x 6.6' ; 1854 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1855, Oct 24 Ashore Muskegon, MI, Lake Michigan, with schooner DEXTER & another vessel.; Original Owner: W. Ferry & Sons
      Dimensions (LBD): 93' x 26' x 6.6' ; 1854 Enrolled Detroit, MI. ...
  • NIAGARA (1860, Barkentine)
        Final Date: 1869; Dimensions (LBD): 143' x 26.2' x 14' ; 1860, Mar 25 First launched. 1860, Aug - Nov First trip to Liverpool, England. 1861, Oct 22 Second trans-Atlantic trip; Toronto, ONT - Liverpool, England. 1864, Sep 24 Ashore "3 miles above Detroit", MI, Lake St. Clair, assisted by ...
      Final Date: 1869; Dimensions (LBD): 143' x 26.2' x 14' ; 1860, ...
  • NIAGARA (1860, Ferry)
        Official No.: 18166; Final Date: 1877; Dimensions (LBD): 90' x 15' 8" x 5' ; 1860, Sep 26 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1860, Oct Seized by Canadian customs for smuggling. 1863 Owned Morton & Grey, Saginaw, MI. 1867 - 1872 Owned Houghton parties, MI. 1877 Abandoned.; Master Carpenter: C.A. VanSlyke; Original ...
      Official No.: 18166; Final Date: 1877; Dimensions (LBD): 90' x 15' 8" ...
  • NIAGARA (1864, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 18300; Final Date: 1902; Dimensions (LBD): 58' x 15' x 6' 8" ; 1864 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1867 58 x 15 x 6.8', 34.33 gross tons. 1868 To coast; enrolled New York City, NY. 1885 37.77 gross tons, 18.89 net tons. 1889 34.44 gross tons.
      Official No.: 18300; Final Date: 1902; Dimensions (LBD): 58' x 15' x ...
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