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History and Notes
- 1852, Apr 27 Enrolled Buffalo, NY as new vessel.
- 1852, JUl 21 Machinery accident near Buffalo.
- 1855, May 5 Enrolled Buffalo, NY; owned American Transportation Co., Rufus C. Palmer, president.
- 1855, Jun 25 Sunk on reef at Fox Island, Lake Michigan with cargo flour; July, raised & towed to shallow water by propeller FOREST QUEEN.
- 1856, May 30 Collision with brig OXFORD, sinking her.
- 1857, May Collision with propeller KENTUCKY, sinking the CATARACT, cargo of stores, coal, & iron.
- 1860, Apr 6 Enrolled Buffalo; owned William Williams, Andew Rich & Henry Martin.
- 1860, May 1 Enrolled Buffalo; owned Noyes & Roby Co.
- 1860, Aug 29 Enrolled Buffalo; owned Noyes & Roby; Joseph Van Vleck.
- 1860 Owned Capt. Francis Perew to run Sandusky - Dunkirk.
- 1861, Jun 16 Burned at Erie, PA; 4 lives lost.
- Fire supposedly caused by leaking containers of alcohol which were part of cargo.
- Newspaper Clippings
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- David Swayze Shipwreck Database
- C.E. Feltner Enrollments Database
- Burton Collection
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- 2008-02-20 17:07:42
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