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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

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

CADET

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Steamer CADET     This postcard frrom the collection of Norm Crawford Jr. showing the CADET is dated 1906.  Norm believes the photo was taken at Charleroi, PA.

JW first mentions the CADET in his journal during June 1902 when he writes that the CHARLIE JUTTE is renamed the CADET.  The first repair work is April 20, 1906, a rudder job.  On November 24, 1908  JW lists various repairs to the CADET and that the CADET and CARBON were built off the same template.  The last mention of the CADET is on December 19, 1915 when he wrote that the CADET was being wrecked and that parts were being put onto Gunnel Boat #3, which would be the Steamer CONQUEROR.

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