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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

A Journal of daily activities at the Elizabeth Marine Ways 1898 to 1925 

June 1900

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June 2, 1900 to August 20, 1900


 

Steamer Clipper in the river Sat. June 2, 1900 at 4 PM,  unshiped rudder and cut same down on the camel back

June and July 1900 worked on rudder for Clipper, Leader, I. N. Bunton, Bob Jenkins.    Boats docked     Coal City - Volunteer - James G. Blaine and others. Payday is again juggled, paying now on the 1st and 15th and keeping two weeks back.

Steamer Stella Moren docked July 20, 1900, general repairs.

Sat.  Charles Jutte dock.   July 27, 1900  working on rudders for Coal City,  Lew Speer  Capt.

August 3, 1900  Steamer James Moren docked for chain repairs

August 10, 1900  Coal City in the river

August 10, 1900  Charles Brown docked, one of the longest boats ever on the Ways

August 11, 1900  Steamer Jim Wood docked.

Monday August 13, 1900  Steamer Tom Lysle docked.

August 18, Sat , 1900  Steamer Mariner docked, the first steel boat

August 18, 1900   Coal City towed to Pittsburg to receive her shaft

August 18, 1900  making templates for forward body on Steamer Jim Wood

Mon  August 20, 1900  Steamer Bertha docked

June 2, 1900 to August 20, 1900

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