3. Name: Haggerty, John Area: 1862, San Joaquin and Mokelumne Rs., calf. Boat: 1862, FANNY ANN 1. Name: Hanger, Peter Area: Miss. R. Boats: 1863-1869, Nov. 9, owner of the 1nd GEM Name: Harpswell Steamboat Company Boats: Machigonne, Maquoit, Sebascodegan Area: Casco Bay, Maine Comments: 1907, Merged with Casco Bay Steamboat Co. Name: Harris, Daniel Smith Area: U. Miss R. Out of Galena Boats: 1835 - 38, SMELTER Boats: 1840s - SENATOR 1846 or so, WAR EAGLE 1848, Winter purchased with brothers, DR. FRANKLIN No.2 1861, Capt. on GRAY EAGLE No. 1 Comments: With brother, Robert Scribe Harris (below), owned and operated several boats. Mentioned in this Article : Was associated with the Minnesota Packet Company Was associated with Galena, Dubuque and Minnisota Packet Company
Name: Harris, Robert Scribe Area: U. Miss R. out of Galena Boat(s): 1835-38, SMELTER Boats: 1840s - SENATOR 1846 or so, WAR EAGLE 1848, Winter purchased with brothers, DR. FRANKLIN No.2 1918? GRAY EAGLE No. 2 Comments: Source Comments: With brother, Daniel Smith Harris, owned and operated several boats. Mentioned in this Article 1. Name: Head, Daniel T. Boats: 1866, Apr., the 3rd boat named LOUISVILLE, which had been renamed the OUACHITA and Head renamed VICKSBURG. Name: Heckman Family Boats: 1900s early acquired the LORA Comments: family consisted of Ed Heckman, Louis Heckman, Sr., snd William L Heckman Jr. and Sr. Name: Herman Ferry and Packet Company Area: Mo. R. out of Herman, Mo. Owners: Capts. August Wohlt and Wm. L. Heckman Boats: late 1870s, HOPE Name: Hicks, J. Frank Boats: 1874, BELLE LEE : 1876, owner, CARONDELET, with Capt. Alf Grissom 1. Name: Hill, Granderson Winfrey, Alexandria, Mo. Born: 182?4? Died: 1911, Jan., Alton, Ill. at 87 yrs. Area: 1909-11, St. Louis - Calhoun County Boat(s): G.W. HILL 1. Name: Hornbrook, Fred Area: 1912 - 1915, Miss. R., Nashville excurssions Boats: 1912 - 1915, ABIGAIL 1. Name: Hubbard, John W. of Pittsburgh, Pa. Boats: 1912, LIBERTY (the 3rd one) which he renamed CITY OF PARKERSBURG 1912, Oct. 20-1914, Dec. 7, KANAWHA 1912, Oct.21-1914, Jan. 6, ADMIRAL DEWEY 1912, early-1915, Mar. STEEL CITY 1912-16, Spring, LORENA (the 2nd one) 1914-????, JEWEL (the 2nd one), originally the LYDE H. 1921-28, PRINCESS (the 8th one) renamed her SUNSHINE (the 3rd one) 1912-33, QUEEN CITY (the 2nd one) 1924-????, CINCINNATI (the 6th one) Companies Associated with: 1912-24, Ohio and Mississippi Navigation Company, President. 1924-28 or so, established, Louisville and Cincinnati Packet Company. 1929-33, Ohio River Transportation Company, owner 1923 or so, established River Excursion Company in Cincinnati.
Name: Hudson River Steamboat Company Owners: Robert Fulton and Robert Livingston Area: Hudson River, N.Y. Boats: 1807, CLERMONT, RARITAN, CAR OF NEPTUNE 1811, PARAGON 1812, JERSEY 1813, RICHMOND, WASHINGTON, YORK, NASSAU, FULTON 1814, FULTON THE FIRST 1816, EMPEROR of RUSSIA, CHANCELLOR LIVINGSTON, OLIVE BRANCH Launch date not yet known to me: NEW ORLEANS, FIRE FLY Built by Co. for a Mr. Bell, COMET #1 Capts. Associated With: 1807, Roorbach; Andrew Brink, Bartholomew Comments: Source 1. Name: Hughes, Capt. Area: Miss. R. Boats: 1863-1869, Nov. 9, owner of the 2nd GEM 1. Huntsville Transportation Company Area: out of ?St. Louis? Officers: 1870s early?, Pres., John N. Bofinger of St. Louis Boats: 187?-72 when dismantled, NELLIE ROGERS 1. Way's Packet Directory, 1848 - 1994 3. Steamboats in the Valley
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