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Steamboat Building   in Elizabeth, PA

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

CONQUEROR

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Photo of Steamer CONQUEROR from S&D Reflector March 1975   

This photo of the Steamer CONQUEROR is dated during April 1917 and taken at the Elizabeth Marine Ways. The CONQUEROR was new and ready to begin working the rivers.  JW writes during Early 1916 the building of three new boats including the CONQUEROR. 

The boats in the boneyard across the river are the Steamer J. A. DONALDSON to the left and the Steamer PACIFIC #2 behind the CONQUEROR.

 

Photo of Steamer CONQUEROR from Monongahela River Buffs collection      Steamer CONQUEROR  

The Steamer CONQUEROR is mentioned many times in the journal, She may be the boat written about most often in the journal of JW Lynch.  One of the first mentions is November 10, 1917 and one of the last is May 28, 1924.  Please use the search function on the Home Page for additional entries.

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