NORWEGIAN (1856, Schooner) IDENTIFICATION Year of Build: 1856 Official Number: 18320 CONSTRUCTION AND OWNERSHIP Built at: Three Mile Bay, NY Vessel Type: Schooner Hull Materials: Wood Number of Decks: 1 Builder Name: Asa Wilcox Original Owner and Location: Fitzhugh & Littlejohn et al., Oswego, NY. DIMENSIONS Length: 135′ Beam: 26.4′ Depth: 11.9′ Tonnage (old style): 390 FINAL DISPOSITION Final Location: Fort Ontario, Oswego, NY. Lake Ontario. Date: 19 Aug 1870 How: Driven ashore in storm. Final Cargo: Light. Notes: Bound Kingston, ONT – Oswego, NY, aground & wrecked. HISTORY1857, Oct Grounded on reef near Gravelly Bay. 1858, Jun 9 Collision with brig, St. Clair River. 1862, Sep Collision with bark WAVERLY, St. Clair Flats, St. Clair River. 1863 Owned Mott & Shattuck, Oswego, NY; repaired. 1864 Large repairs. 1865 Readmeasured 297.61 gross tons. 1870, Aug 19 Wrecked; owned Morgan Wheeler, Oswego.

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