A 84 foot, two masted schooner built in 1843 at Lower Sandusky, OH. On October 23,1858, she sank after colliding with another vessel. The intact Home lies in 165 feet of water a few miles southeast of Manitowoc, WI.
Other names : none
Official no. : none
Type at loss : schooner, wood, 2-mast
Build info : 1843, Redfield, Lower Sandusky, OH
Specs : 85x24x7, 128 t. om
Date of loss : 1858, Oct 23
Place of loss : off Manitowoc
Lake : Michigan
Type of loss : collision
Loss of life : none
Carrying : slabwood
Detail : Bound Manitowoc for Milwaukee, she was rammed at night by the schooner WILLIAM FISKE(qv) and sank. Remains are well-known.
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