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Four masted schooner sprung a leak and sank. Size: 243' x 39' x 16'  more »
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Schooner with cargo of stone. Size: 93' x 23' x 8'  more »
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Wooden steamer sank in a storm. Size: 145' x 31' x 9'  more »
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Schooner-barge sank in a storm. Size: 288' x 45' x 19'  more »
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Tug towing barge Cleveco sank in a storm. Size: 93' x 22' x 12'  more »
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Schooner-barge with cargo of iron foundered in a storm. Size: 211' x 35' x 17'  more »
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Tug sprang a leak and sank. Size: 69' x 17' x 11'  more »
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Two masted schooner loaded with cargo of stone sank in a storm. Size: 123' x 24' x 10'  more »
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Wooden steamer with cargo of lumber damaged by ice and sank. Size: 256' x 39' x 20'  more »
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Three masted schooner sank in a storm. Size: 128' x 26' x 10'  more »
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Three masted schooner - sprung a leak and foundered while being towed.  more »
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Steel freighter - collided wih steel steamer Phillip Minch and sank.  more »
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