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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

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

CRUSADER

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Steamer CRUSADER photo from collection of Gary Imwalle, Waterways Journal Feb 23, 1963.

The CRUSADER is launched at the Elizabeth Marine Ways on October 3, 1903.  She returns numerous times for repairs and also to do work at the Ways.  On March 8, 1911 she has her wheel repaired. On July 11, 1912 she has repairs relating to her being "squeezed in the ice last winter."   Her final entry in the journal is on May 4, 1915 when she helps pull the J. B. FINLEY into the river.  Additional entries can be found using the search engine on the Home Page.

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