AKRON (1859, Propeller) 394
CONSTRUCTION AND OWNERSHIP Built at: Cleveland, OH
Vessel Type: Propeller Hull Materials: Wood Number of Decks: 2
Builder Name: Quayle & Martin
Original Owner and Location: Philo Chamberlin & John H. Crawford, Cleveland
Ownership Notes: Northern Transportation Co.
POWER Number of Masts: 1 Propulsion: Screw
DIMENSIONS Length: 135.03′ Beam: 22.7′ Depth: 11.27′ Tonnage (old style): 367 15/95
Final Location: St. Lawrence River, Collin’s Dock, 5 miles above Alexandria Bay, NY. Date: 17 Sep 1873 How: Burned.
HISTORY
1859 Enrolled Cleveland, OH.
1860-66 Ownerd Chamberlin & Crawford, Northern Transportation Co., Cleveland, OH; running Ogdensburgh, NY to Cleveland and Toledo.
1871 Running Detroit, Cleveland, Toledo, and Ogdensburg; burned, scuttled, and repaired.
1873, Sep 17 Burned. NOTES From the Collection of: C. Patrick Labadie

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