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

Ship owner: Dean Richmond; Western Transit Co.

Ship builder: Peck & Masters, Cleveland, Ohio

Engine builder: Cuyahoga Iron Works

Year ship built: 1863

Year engine built: 1863

Final disposition: Sank off Long Point, Lake Erie on November 5, 1897. 17 Lives lost. Two surviviors rescued from mast by steamship "Mariposa".



1) Dean Richmond, etc., Buffalo, New York

2) Western Transit Co., Buffalo, New York (1867) (Last owner)

Registry number: US. 12069

Hull number: None

Vessel type: Passenger and Freight

Height: 12.3 ft.

Width: 32 ft.

Length: 220.5 ft.

Gross tonnage: 1111

Net tonnage: 907

Materials: Wood

Engine type: Simple

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