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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Mary H. Boyce

Ship owner: F. W. Smith; N. M. Paterson & Sons, Ltd.; Ontario Transportation and Pulp Co.; S. H. Boyce

Ship builder: D. Robertson, Grand Haven, Michigan

Engine builder: H. G. Trout Engine Works, Buffalo, New York

Year ship built: 1888

Year engine built: 1888

Final disposition: Burned at Fort William in 1928.


Sold Canadian in 1919.



1) S. H. Boyce, Grand Haven, Michigan

2) F. W. Smith, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

3) Ontario Transportation and Pulp Co., Thorold, Ontario (1918) (Canadian Registry No. 140994)

4) N. M. Paterson & Sons, Ltd., Fort William, Ontario (1922)


Registry number: US. 92053

Vessel type: Steam barge

Height: 14

Width: 34

Length: 181

Stroke length: 36

Gross tonnage: 932

Net tonnage: 839

Materials: Wood

Engine type: Fore and Aft

Piston 1: 20

Piston 2: 40

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