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Paddle Wheel Steamer


Sidewheel steamer collided with steamer Ogdensburg and sank with many lives lost. Size: 266' x 33' x 15'  more »
1 0 in Lake Erie
The Charles H. Spencer was built by the Robertson-Schultz Company in San Francisco, California in 1911 for the American Placer Corporation. The steamboat was disassembled and transported by railroad and ox cart to Arizona. In Warm Creek, Arizona, the...  more »
0 0 in Other water body
Olympian was constructed in 1883 at Harlan and Hollingsworth shipyards in Wilmington, Delaware for the Oregon Railway and Navigation Company. Her near sister ship, the Alaskan, was constructed at the Delaware Iron Ship Building and Engine Works in...  more »
0 0 in Atlantic Ocean
Diving Pacific would be impossible. It lies at over 900 feet below sea level, far too deep for even technical scuba diving. The wreck would need to be explored with an ROV or a manned submersible. While the position of the wreck has been confirmed by the...  more »
0 2 in Pacific Ocean
One hull fragement, approx 10' x 30'. High potential for more of the ship to be located nearby  more »
0 3 in Other water body
The 254 foot wooden side wheel steamer, Alabama, became waterlogged and sank. Parts of the ship were salvaged. It is very broken up and scattered on the bottom.  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
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