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- Tonnage Old Style
History and Notes
- 1856 Ran the Toronto-Kingston-Ogdensburg route.
- 1857-58 Owned Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad Co.
- 1858, Sep 15 Certificate of ownership cancelled by letter from Collector of Customs, Quebec.
- 1859, Jan 19 Admitted into US Registry, New York City; renamed COATZACOALCOS.
- 1859 Measured 285'6" x 38' 4" x 14'; 1683 tons.
- 1858-60 Owned Peter A. Hargous, New York.
- 1860-62 Owned Marshall O. Roberts.
- During Civil War- Charterd by U.S. War Department for use along Atlantic Coast & Gulf of Mexico.
- 1862, Sep 24 Renamed AMERICA.
- 1862 Rebuilt, owned People's Line; went to Nicaragua.
- 1863 Went to Pacific to run San Francisco-Panama Route.
- 1864-66 Owned Central American Transit Co.; San Francisco-Nicaragua Route.
- 1866-68 Owned North American Steamship Co.
- 1868-69 Owned Pacific Mail Steamship Co.; San Franciso-San Diego- Mexican ports.
- 1869, Apr 11 Burned.
- Newspaper Clippings
- Lytle List
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Dossin Great Lakes Museum
- Donald V. Baut
- Canadian Registers
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- 2008-02-20 12:41:04