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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Keystone

Ship owner: F. B. Case; F. Goodman; J. D. Peterson; National Bank of Commerce

Ship builder: Hitchcock & Gibson, Buffalo, New York

Year ship built: 1886

Final disposition: Burned, Summer Island, Lake Michigan September 19, 1898.


Built "on bottom of" Bridgewater



1) J. D. Peterson, Huron, Ohio

2) F. Goodman, Cleveland, Ohio

3) F. B. Case, Cleveland, Ohio (1889)

4) National Bank of Commerce, Cleveland, Ohio

Registry number: US. 14452

Hull number: None

Vessel type: Steam barge

Height: 11.3

Width: 33.4

Length: 169.3

Gross tonnage: 723

Net tonnage: 654

Materials: Wood

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