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Looking for info Great Lakes sailing vessel, two masted Water Witch, Perce, Nova Scotia, 1838, John Hayden. Thanks, dr bill?

I am led to believe this ship sailed the Great Lakes. On the hatch of a professional-built model is the following: Water Witch, Perce, Nova Scotia, 1838
John Hayden.
Capt. Hayden's granddaughter was a patient of mine. She gave me the model of the ship about 20 years ago. It is of museum quality. Any info would be appreciated. Many thanks, Dr. Bill

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