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  • UNION (1814, Schooner)
        Final Date: 1827; One of the first merchant crafts of any size built post War of 1812. 1814 First enrolled Presque Isle, OH. 1815 Altered to a brig; 70 x 23.8 x 7.8'; 104 31/95 old tons. 1816 Altered again, Black River, OH; owned Jonathan Sidway, Buffalo, NY. 1816, Jul ...
      Final Date: 1827; One of the first merchant crafts of any size ...
  • UNION (1817, Schooner)
        1817 First enrolled Oswego, NY 1823 Tonnage change, 24 old tons 1824 Enrolled Genesee, NY 1837 Out of existence
      1817 First enrolled Oswego, NY 1823 Tonnage change, 24 old tons 1824 ...
  • UNION (1822, Steamer)
        Dimensions (LBD): 125' x 23' ; First steamer on upper reach of Ottawa River. Date unknown Ran Grenville, ONT-Hull, ONT. 1829-1831 Laid up 1831, Aug 10 First passage on Rideau Canal.
      Dimensions (LBD): 125' x 23' ; First steamer on upper reach of ...
  • UNION (1825, Brig)
        Other Names: NIAGARA;SOVEREIGN; Final Date: 1859; Dimensions (LBD): 128' x 24' ; 1825 Capsized near Prescott, ONT, St. Lawrence River. 1826 Wreck raised by Capt. Mosier, rebuilt, converted into steamer, Prescott, ONT; 400 old tons; renamed NIAGARA. 1826, Aug Machinery damaged; repaired. 1826, Nov Struck rock off Poplar Point, ONT. ...
      Other Names: NIAGARA;SOVEREIGN; Final Date: 1859; Dimensions (LBD): 128' x 24' ; ...
  • UNION (1834, Steamer)
        1837, Aug Capsized, Lake Ontario; towed to Hamilton, ONT, repaired. 1837 Rebuilt as bark. 1877 Owned Cabadian Navigation Co.
      1837, Aug Capsized, Lake Ontario; towed to Hamilton, ONT, repaired. 1837 Rebuilt ...
  • UNION (1841, Steambarge)
        Dimensions (LBD): 97' x 17' ; Built to run on St. Lawrence River.; Original Owner: Canadian Government
      Dimensions (LBD): 97' x 17' ; Built to run on St. Lawrence ...
  • UNION (1842-1843, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 79' 9" x 14' 6" x 5' 9" ; Operated for years as ferry, Black Rock, NY-Waterloo, ONT, Niagara River 1843, May 31 First enrolled Buffalo, NY 1856 Lost or abandoned; Master Carpenter: J. W. Banta; Original Owner: Absolom Bull
      Final Date: 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 79' 9" x 14' 6" x 5' ...
  • UNION (1843, Schooner)
        Final Date: 4 Feb 1863; Dimensions (LBD): 97.9' x 17.9' x 9.1' ; 1843, Sep 20 First enrolled, Montreal, QUE 1863, Feb 4 Registry closed, "broken up"; Original Owner: Wm. Edwardston & Hugh Allan
      Final Date: 4 Feb 1863; Dimensions (LBD): 97.9' x 17.9' x 9.1' ...
  • UNION (1843, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1850; 1850 Reported broken up
      Final Date: 1850; 1850 Reported broken up
  • UNION (1848, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 82.5' x 17.7' x 6.7' ; 1864, May 11 Ashore Milwaukee, WI, Lake Michigan
      Dimensions (LBD): 82.5' x 17.7' x 6.7' ; 1864, May 11 Ashore ...
  • UNION (1853, Barge)
        1861 Rebuilt; 156 old tons; 9,500 bushels capacity. 1864 Owned Bonville, Langueil, QUE.
      1861 Rebuilt; 156 old tons; 9,500 bushels capacity. 1864 Owned Bonville, Langueil, ...
  • UNION (1855)
        Final Date: 30 Dec 1865; Dimensions (LBD): 92' x 18' 5" x 7' 6" ; 1855, Jun 12 First enrolled Detroit, MI 1857, Apr 15 Owned J. Maffett, Detroit 1863, Apr 18 Owned J. S. Betsford et al, Detroit 1864, Aug 19 Owned H. B. Boyers et al, Detroit 1865, ...
      Final Date: 30 Dec 1865; Dimensions (LBD): 92' x 18' 5" x ...
  • UNION (1856, Ferry)
        Final Date: 16 Jun 1876; Dimensions (LBD): 163' x 33.3' x 10' ; 1856, Nov 25 First launched 1857-1874 Shuttled across Detroit River 1869 1,190 gross/999 net tons 1874 Servicing Sarnia, ONT-Port Huron, MI; reportedly lost. 1874, Dec 9 Machineries taken out 1875 Laid up 1876, Jun 16 Burned, Port ...
      Final Date: 16 Jun 1876; Dimensions (LBD): 163' x 33.3' x 10' ...
  • UNION (1857, Schooner)
        Final Date: 1869; Dimensions (LBD): 129.4' x 23.5' x 10.7' ; 1857, May 19 Struck in warp, Hamilton, ONT, Lake Ontario; released 1858, Oct Damaged cargo, St. Catharines, ONT 1859, Aug 15 Altered to brigantine, Quebec City, QUE 1859, Summer To Liverpool, England & back 1862 Made sea trips to ...
      Final Date: 1869; Dimensions (LBD): 129.4' x 23.5' x 10.7' ; 1857, ...
  • UNION (1857, Scow Schooner)
        Official No.: 25026; Final Date: Mar 1871; Dimensions (LBD): 82' 2" x 22' 5" x 7' 5" ; 1860 Owned Marsh & Plugger, Holland, MI. 1860, Jun 17 Owned Henry Moss, Chicago, IL 1861, Nov Ashore Presque Isle, Lake Huron; released, repaired, Presque Isle. 1861, Dec On rocks off Presque ...
      Official No.: 25026; Final Date: Mar 1871; Dimensions (LBD): 82' 2" x ...
  • UNION (1859, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 85.7' x 21.4' x 7.2' ; Designed for Cleveland, OH & Port Stanley, ONT; passenger service 1865, Jun 13 To coast, ferried settlers to Greytown, Nicaragua 1866 Owned C. Green, Port Huron, MI 1866, Nov 12 Struck by schooner ATLANTIC, Oswego, NY, Lake Ontario 1868, Dec Wrecked Centerville, ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 85.7' x 21.4' x 7.2' ; Designed for Cleveland, OH ...
  • UNION (1861, Barge)
        Official No.: 71605; Dimensions (LBD): 95.6' x 17.4' x 8.7' ; 1886 Owned Vaudreuil parties, QUE.
      Official No.: 71605; Dimensions (LBD): 95.6' x 17.4' x 8.7' ; 1886 ...
  • UNION (1861, Propeller)
        Official No.: 25048; Final Date: 25 Sep 1873; Dimensions (LBD): 163' 5" x 26' x 10' 9" ; 1861, May 9 Chartered Great Western Railway Line, ran Chicago, IL & Sarnia, ONT; running mate ALLEGHANY. 1861, May 14 First enrolled Chicago, IL. 1862, Aug 1 Owned J. M. Mead & ...
      Official No.: 25048; Final Date: 25 Sep 1873; Dimensions (LBD): 163' 5" ...
  • UNION (1861, Schooner)
        Official No.: 25045; Final Date: Jun 1874; Dimensions (LBD): 54' x 18' x 5.5' ; 1865 35.66 gross tons. 1866 Owned James & Hart, Green Bay, WI. 1874, Jun Capsized, sunk, South Milwaukee, WI; last owned Nate Saunders, Escanaba, MI.; Final Location: South Milwaukee, WI Lake Michigan, Capsized; one killed
      Official No.: 25045; Final Date: Jun 1874; Dimensions (LBD): 54' x 18' ...
  • UNION (1861, Sloop)
        Official No.: 25095; 1863 Owned Heath & Hovey, Sackets Harbor, NY. 1863, Aug? Rebuilt as schooner & lengthened, 64.7 x 16.8 x 6.1'; 60 old tons. 1868 37.77 gross tons. 1876 Owned John Law, Cleveland, OH. 1880 Converted to floating mission, Cleveland; owned John David Jones. 1885 In service, Cleveland.
      Official No.: 25095; 1863 Owned Heath & Hovey, Sackets Harbor, NY. 1863, ...
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