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Some years ago a site visitor submitted photos of these pages to me.
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Allegheny County's
Boat Building

pg 114
(Cont. from Page 113)

Cottage Mo. 2, Advance, Argonaut, Duuhcas, Emma No. 2, Shark, Whale, Mary E. Forsyth, Eclipse, Dick Fulton,

1863 -Armada, Armenia, Nevada, Emperor, Argosy, Jennie Rogers, Schuyler, Majestic, Davenport, Lily Martin, Carrie Jacobs, James R. Gilmore, Fox, Emma, City of Pekin, Sea Gull, Thistle, R. K. Dunkerson, Camelia, Silver Lake No. 4, Oil City, Echo No. 2, Glide, Princess, Mercury, Colossus, Calypso, Geneva, Welcome, Albert Pearce, Norma, Bertha, James Rees, Gen, Grant, Vigilant, Nightingale, Nyanza, Muscatine, America, Prairie Stale, Key West No. 4, Savanna, Svlph, Hettie Hartupee, Arcola, Alice, Olive, Carrie, Tiger, J. T. Stockdale, Leni Leoto, Capt. John Brickell, Charmer Oil Exchange, General Irwin, Ida Reese, Argosy No. 2, Silver Cloud No, 2, Natrona, Petrel No. 2, Bengal Tiger, Tom Rees. Leonidas, Julia, Paragon, Lion, Hawkeye No. 2, Rover, Adelaide, Hunter No. 2, Urilda, Panther, Tom Farrow, Black Hawk, Advance No. 2, Leopard, Star, N. J. Bigley, Darling, Kate Robinson, Wm. Barnhill.

1864.-Hercules, Jus. Pierce, Warmer, Echo No. 3, Silver Spray, Alpha, Golden Eagle, Damsel, Benton, Brilliant, Little Giant, Little Whale, Hero, Traveler. Argos, Kate Kearney, M. S. Mepham, Ontario, Hyena, Montana, Bayard, Sewicklev, Petrulia, Cherokee, John Tears, Diamond, Elizabeth, Louisville, Roanoke, Evening Star, Financier, A. Jacobs, Maggie Hays, Kate B, Porter, Alex, Chambers, Painter No. 2, Venture, Glide No. 3, Petrolia No. 2, Charlie Cbever, A. Foster, Columbia, Alice, Kate Putnam, Virginia Barton, Louis, Nora, Mist, Guidon, Stella, Hawk, Storm No. 3, Katie, Pilgrim, Wananita, Anna, Onward, Arrow, W. F. Curtis, Gipsey, John S. Hall, Zephyr, Bob Connell, Veteran, Little Alps, Rocket, Little Jim Rees. Allegheny, Centralia, Spray, Iron Citv, Yorktown, Leclaire No, 2, Commonwealth, Jos. Fleming. Coal City, Starlight, Picket, Tamaulipas, Champion, Alex Speer, Argosy, A, J. Baker, Bee, Laura No. 2, Hard Times, Coal Valley, Albion.

From 1864 to 1887, inclusive, the river traffic having suffered from the multiplication of railroads, the boat-building industry decreased in its volume. There were, however, the following steamboats built:

1865.-Armadillo, W. H. Osborn, Deer Lodge, Fayette, Belle, Lark, Lorena, Dart, Ajax, Parana, Amelia Poe. J. S. Neel, Greenback, Reindeer, Forest City, Mink, Nimrod, Pike, Gleaner, Emma Logan, Dictator, Samuel Roberts, Minnie, Wild Duck, Fearless, Peerless, Imperial, Oil Valley, Julia No. 2, Tidioute, Key- stone, C, D. Fry, Neville, Antelope, Sybil, John Hanna, Kangaroo, Mary Davage, Ida Rees No. 2, Wild Boy, Annie Lovell, Messenger, Barnett, Fred Wilson, Grey Eagle, Ella, Katie Timmen.

1866. -Luella, Glasgow, Rubicon, Winchester, Jas. L. Graham, Importer, Emma No-3, Ella, N. J. Bigley, Jim Wood, Wm. Osborn, Peter Balen, Dan Hine', Talequah, Minnesota, Miner, Elkhorn, Nile, Blue Lodge, Gray Hound, Chieftain, Pine Bluff, Arabian, Resolute, Elector, Rapidau, R. C. Gray, Lotus No. 2, S, M. Crane, Fair Play, Fort Smith, W. A. Caldwell, Van Buren, Ezra Porter, Belle Vernon, Quickstep, Rochester, Atlanta, Simpson Homer, Sam. Brown, Flicker, Mary Ann, Grand Lake, Glendale, Dexter, Jim Brown, Exchange, Baltic.

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1867. -Elizabeth, Ida Stockdale, Elisha Bennett, Diamond, Great, Republic, Dubuque, Boaz, Linton, Success, Active, James Gilmore, Clipper, City of McGregor, Glenwood No. 2, J. N. McCullough, Rapidan No. 2, Abe Hays, J, F. Dravo, Selma, Mary Alice, Reliable (Schooner).

1868 -Arkandosea, Undine, Peninah. Sallie, J. A. Blackmore, Andrew Ack1ey. Mountain Boy, Park Painter, A. B. Pierpoint, J. D. Johnson, Galatea, M. Whitmore, Ft. Gibson, W. M. Stone, Economist.

1869.-Mollie Ebert, Silver Bow, Carrie V. Kountz, Three Lights, Nick Wall, Colossal, Minneapolis, Flirt, Ironsides. Australia, Mountain Belle, Matamoras No. 2, Lotus No. 3, Jefferson, Baranquilla, Julia A. Rudolph, Batesville, Grand Lake No. 2, Chas. H. Durffee, Hornet No. 2, Lioness No. 2, Phoenix, Irwin, St. Louis, Harry A. Jones, Fred Wilson No. 2, Tom Rees No. 2, Samson No. 2.

1870.-Ruth, Carrie V. Kountz, Arlington, City of Evansville, Juniata, Far West, Lake Superior, Red Wing, Trader, Fontenelle, Granite State, R. J. Lockwood, Exchange, Carrie Converge, Tidal Wave, Mollie Moore, N. J. Bigley No. 2, George Roberts, Thirteenth Era. Oil Valley No. 2, Samuel Clark, Joseph H. Bigley, Brill, John A. Wood, Wm. Cowan, Oceanus, Veteran No. 2, R. J. Grace, Henry C. Yeager, J. Sharp, McDonald.

1871.-May Lowery, John Bigley, Belle of Texas, Glencoe, Tom Dodsworth, John Gilmore. D. T. Lane, E. H. Durfee, Denver, Esperanza, Nellie Peck, Lady Lee, West Virginia, Katie P. Kouutz, Baton Rouge Belle, Tom Lysle, James Jackson, Charlie McDonald, Belle Rowland, Geneva, Cora Bell, Park Painter No. 2, Storm, Jos. A. Stone, John Penney, J. S. Mercer, Robert Sample, San Juan, Alice Brown, John F. Tolle, Abe McDonald, Ben Wood, N. M. Jones, Athletic.

1872.-Alex. Foster, Bill, Billy Collins, Charles Brown, Evan Williams, Emma Graham, Exporter, Ella Layman, George Lysle, Grand Lake No. 2, George Baker, Iron Mountain, J. 0. Keeper, John Dippold, T. A. Stone, Kate Dickson, Key West, Lillie, Little Andy Fulton, Maggie Smith, Modoc, Murillo, My Choice, M. Dougherty, Nellie Walton, Oakland, Paragon, Relief, Reliable No. 2 (schooner), Samuel Miller, Shippers' Own, William Wagner, W. G. Horner No. 2, Western, Acorn.

1873. -Advance, Ark, B. D. Wood, Belle McGowan, Eliza, Enterprise, Hippopotamus, Horner, G. L. Risher, Joseph Walton, Josephine, S. W. Morgan, Rover No. 1, Rover No. 2, Rainbow, Transit.

1874.-Joseph Warner, Jennie Walker, Rainbow, David Wood:

1875 -Andrew Foster, Benton, Big Foot, C. W. Batcbclor, Chas. A. Wood, Cumberland, Carrol, Chas W. Mead, Dauntless, Fanchon, George Baker, George F. Danna, Gen. Mead, John L. Rhoads, Jack Gumbert, James Neal, Rose Miller, Robt. McChesney, Seven Sons, Scout, Shingo, Thomas J. Darrah, Tennessee, Trader, W. S. Holt.

1876.-Boston, Collier No. 2, G. A. Greer, Gov. Garland, Gibsonton, Hard Cash, Joseph K. Williams. Joseph Cook, John Snowden, Peninah, Stella McCloskey, South Side, Telegram, William Thaw.

(Cont. on pg. 116)

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