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Name: SMELTER
    Type: Tow boat               Size: Small
    Launched: 1837
    Destroyed: 
    Area: U. Miss. R.
    Owner: Harris, Daniel Smith , Capt. and his brother,
           Harris, Robert Scribe, Capt.
    Captain and pilots: Capt. Harris, Daniel Smith
    Comments:  Also a scenic excursion boat on U. Miss. R..
              Mentioned in this Article

Name: SMOKY CITY
    Type:                Size: small
    Launched: 1840s?
    Destroyed: 
    Area: Miss. R. & Ohio Rs.
    Owner: 
    Captain and pilots: Capt. 
    Comments: From The Tribune Telegraph,
           Pomeroy, Meigs County, Ohio, Wed. June. 12 1897

Name: SONORA
	Type: Sidewheel wooden hull packet.  Size: 220' X 32' X 5.5', 363 tons.
	Power: Engines, 21- 1/2's-7 ft., 3 boilers.
	Launched: 1851, St. Louis, Mo.
	Destroyed: 1856, Feb. 26, Portland, Mo, Mo. R., sank in ice, lost.
	Area: St. Louis-Mo. R.
		  1853, ran trips up Red R.
	Captains: St. Louis-Mo. R., Joseph LaBarge
			  Red R., William Terrell
	Comments: 1916, Machinery and brass removed
			: 1927, wreck still visible at low water
			: 1940, U.S. dredge KEOKUK removed wreck


Name: SOPHIAor SOPHIE
    Launched: 1840s, late?
    Area: 1840s, late, Sacramento R.
    Owner(s): 1856, California Steam Navigation Company

1. Name: SOUIX CITY
    Type: Sidewheel wooden hull packet         Size: 162.5 x 30 x 3.4.
    Power: Engines,  13's- 4 ft. Two boilers.
    Launched: 1870, California, Pa.
    Destroyed:  Mar. 19, 1873, about eight miles below Fort Sully, an ice
                gorge crushed her.
    Area: 
    Owners: 1870: Capt. Edmund B. Cooper, James A. Sawyer, and
                  Andrew M . Haley of Sioux City, Iowa:
            1871, February, St. Louis & Arkansas River Packet Co..
            1882  J.H. Durfee, Leavenworth, Kan., and others.
    Captains: 1870, Capt. E.R. Cooper
              1871, Feb., Capt. T. P. Johnson
              1882, Capt. James McGarry 
    Comments: More on this boat

Name: SOUTH WESTAR
    Area: Mo. R.
    Owner: Pacific Rail road Packet Co.
    Captains: Capt. John Porter.
    Comments: Plied trade from St. Louis to Jefferson City to connect
              with trains for Kansas, Fr. Levenworth, Weston,
              Atchinson and St Joseph.


Name: SOUTH WESTER
    Launched: 1850s?
    Area: 1860, Mo. R
    Captain(s): DeHaven, David
    Comments: from the Boone’s Lick Heritage 

Name: SOUTHERN BELLE
    Area: Miss. R
    Comments: Made run N.O. - Natchez 1853, 0/20/3

Name: SOUTHERNER
    Launched: 1850s?
    Area: Miss. R.
    Owner: United States Mail Line
    Comments: Made run Louisville - St. Louis 1855, 1/19/0

Name: SOUTHLAND,  ORIGINALLY THE NASHVILLE
      1910 - 1932

Name: SOVENIR (sp?)
    Area: 1832, Dec., Ill. R., returned troops from Black Hawk War
          to Hennepin, (Ill.?)
    Source

Name: SPEEDWELL/HELEN M. GOULD/LOUCINDA  See Postcard of SPEEDWELL
Click to enlarge
From The James E. York Post Card Collection
    Type: Sternwheel, wooden hull packet
    Size: When new, 140.7' X 25.5' X 6.5'
          After 1910 complete rebuild, 150' X 30' X 4.5'
    Power: Engines, 12's- 6ft..  Two boilers, each 43" X 22'
    Launched: 1897, Middleport, Oh.
    Destroyed: 1918, Jan. 30, Cincinnati, wrecked by ice
    Area: for Carr, local trade on Kanawha R.
          1901, Charleston-Gallipolis
          1902, briefly, Portsmouth-Cincinnati
          Then Madison-Louisville
          1910 after, mostly Cincinnati-Madison
    Owners: When new, Carr Milling Co.
            1902, purchased by Capt. Sam Parsons who renamed her HELLEN M. GOULD
            Acquired by Louisville & Cincinnati Packet Company
    Captains: 1901, Ralph Emerson
    Comments: 1910, was completely rebuilt by L&C and renamed LOUCINDA
            : 1914, became stranded high and dry on sandbar for several months
            : After ice took her, the hull was recovered and built into the ANDES

Name: SPIRIT
    Type: Sternwheeler, modern excursion boat
    Size: 130 - 145 passengers   
    Area: Little Rock, Ark.
Outdoor 12
Name: SPIRIT of CINCINNATI, originally the BELLE of the LAKES

Name: SPIRIT OF JEFFRERSON, see  MARK TWAIN

Name: SPIRIT of PEORIA Web Site
    Type: Sternwheeler, modern excursion boat
    Size: 100' X 35'.  Wheel: 21'.  Bow Stages: 35'. Stackight:  47.5'
          Draft: 4.5'. Passengers: 409.
    Power: Paddle Driven by 2 locomotive electric motors powered by
           2 Caterpiller 3412 Genset engines.
    Launched: 1988, Paducha, KY by (James) Jumer Boatworks
             under the  direction of Capt. Robert Anton.
    Destroyed:
    Area: Ill. River, Gragfton to Starved Rock.  Home port is Cityfront,
          Peoria, IL.
    Season: Memorial Day to Labor Day.  Private charters: Mar. - Dec.
    Owner:  1988: Jumer's Boatworks, Peoria, Ill.
            19??: East Peoria Steamboat Company, the riverboat gaming
                  license holder for Peoria, and owner of the Par-a-Dice
                  gaming boat, Peoria, Ill., who allowed her to just
                  sit dockside and deteriorate.
            19??: The city of Peoria, Ill., who further allowed her
                  to deteriorate for 5 yrs.   
            1994-96: Leased by Lowel (BUD) and G. Alexander Greives. 
            1996: G&G Packet Co. (Lowel (BUD) and G. Alexander Greives.)
    Captain(s):1988-93: Robert Anton
              :1994-98, July: Jim Mattox
               1997 -  G. Alexander Greives,
               1999, July Harold Breitenbach
    Engineer: 1998-99, July: Harold Breitenbach
    Comments: 1998: First Mate: Daniel Downard. Second Mate: Orlando Lowe.
            : 1997: G&G started $600,000 remodeling project

Name: SPIRIT OF SACRAMENTO Originally the PUNTA

Name: SPIRIT of ST. CHARLES/HARRIET BISHOP
    Type: Ornamental sternwheel excursion boat    Size:99', 400 passengers
    Launched: 1987, Utica, Ind.
    Area: 1987, 
          1999, St Paul Minn.
    Captains: 1999, William C. Bowell
    Comments: renamed for Minnesota's first school teacher
            : 1995, attended Tall Stacks Celebration
              1999, attended Tall Stacks Celebration

Name: SPORT
    Area: Osage R. Mo.
    Comments: Mentioned in this Article. 

Name: SPRAGUE  Source photo  See Post Card  Also see
SPRAGUE
From Ohio River Pages Click on picture to enlarge
Type: Sternwheel towboat Size: Hull, 275'. W/wheel, 318' Launched: 1902, by Iowa Iron Works in Dubuque, Iowa. Area: Ohio and Miss. Rs. Captains: Albinus J. McKean (from his G, G, grandson) : at one time, Carter Sewell Smith Comments: Largest towboat ever made : 1904, Moved 56 coalboats and 4 barges at once. : 1926, moved 11,000,000 gal of oil in one trip. : 1948: Converted to museum/showboat for Vicksburg Name: SPRAY 1. Name: SPREAD EAGLE Type: Sidewheel, wooden hull packet. Size: 210' X 36' X 6.', 389 tons Power: Engines, 22's- 7 ft., 3 boilers, each 40" X 24' Launched: 1857, Brownsville, Pa. Destroyed: 1864, Mar. 20, 3 mi. above New Haven, Mo., Pinckney Bend, Mo. R., sank. This bend in the river became known as Spread Eagle Bend. Area: Mo. R. entire career. Owner: Built by Capt. Ben Johnson who sold her upon arrival at St. Louis 1857-?? American Fur Co. possibly in partnership with Capt. Joseph LaBarge 1864, Mar. 20, Capt. Wharton, Thomas H. Voorhees, Mrs. Saltmarsh and engineer John Orum. Captains: 1857-??, Capt. Labarge, Joseph 1861, William Rodney Massie Comments: Plied trade from St. Louis to Omaha, and Council Bluffs IO. 1862, June 6: Raced EMILIE on Upper Mo. from morings near Ft. Berthold in Dakota Territory. Rammed EMILIE'S bow to keep her from winning. Lost by 4 days. : Capt. Massie said years later that her that her wreck lies burried in sand a mile from the river. : From Diary of E.F. Beadle: 1857, May 18, Omaha, This evening at about dark, the steamer Spread Eagle passed up without stopping. She was in employ of the fur company or the government and her only load was supplies for the North. Name: SPREAD EAGLE See Post Card Launched: 1880s? Destroyed: 1918, Jan., crushed by ice. Owner: Eagle Packet Co. 1. Name: SPRINGFIELD Originally the W.A. HEALY 3. Name: SPRY Launched: 1840s, late? Area: 1840s, late, Sacramento R. Name: S.S. BROWN Source Type: Sternwheeler Size: Launched: 1906, Pittsburgh Destroyed: Area: Miss. R. Owner: Captain and pilots: Capt. Comments: Taken to Memphis during 1st year. Engaged only in Southern trade after that. 1909: renamed (Way's Packet Directory, p. 407 - 408) Name: STAR Launched: 1840s, late? Area: 1840s, late, Sacramento R. Name: STAR of the WEST A nickname given the 1852 ALLEGHENY 1. Name: STAR of the WEST Type: Sidewheel, wooden hull packet. Size: 435 tons. Launched: 1855, McKeesport, Pa. Destroyed: 1858, St. Louis, burned. Area: Mo. R., St. Louis-St. Joseph Captains: 1856, Dix Comments: 1957, Mar. 22, 7 mi. above Jefferson City, Mo. - according to this Diary, she was aground with others on a sandbar. Got free the next day. Mar. 27 she put into Weston, Mo. and St. Joseph, Mo., the upper end of its trip, at 9PM that evening.
The only bear still made in America
1. Name: STATE OF MISSOURI
    Type: Sternwheel, wooden hull packet     Size: 252' X 56' X 6.5'
    Launched: 1890, Madison, Ind.
    Destroyed: 1895, Jan. 12, hit rocks on shoreline and went to kindling.
                     4 persons lost.  Pell was pilot on watch, reading newspaper.
                     A cub was at wheel.
    Area: Cincinnati-New Orleans trade.
    Owner: 1890 Memphis and Cincinnati Packet Company
           1857, sold to Louisville parties for $8,700
    Captain: 1895, Master, Joe Conlin; Pilot, Jim Pell, Jr.
    Comments: 1894, Feb. 20, Watson's Landing, sank and was raised.
 
1. Name: STATESMAN
    Type: Sidewheeler, wooden hull packet     Size: 247 tons
    Launched: 1851, Brownsville, Pa.
    Destroyed: 1859, off lists.
    Area: 1852, Mar, Ohio. R.; 1857, Henderson trade
    Owner: 185?-57, Capt. Malin, John W.
           1857, sold to Louisville parties for $8,700
    Captain: 1851, Gormley; 185?-57, Malin, John W.

Name: STEAMBOAT THEATERS
    Type:                Size:
    Launched: 
    Destroyed: 
    Area: 
    Owner: 1836, Chapman's, William first;
    Captain and pilots: Capt. 
    Comments: 

Name: STEEL CITY/ISLAND BELLE, formerly the VIRGINIA

Name: STELLA WHIPPLE
    Type:                Size:
    Launched: 1850s or 60s?
    Destroyed: 
    Area: U. Miss. R.
    Owner: 
    Captain:
    Comments: Mentioned in this Article

Name: STELLA WILDS  See Post Card
    Type: Sternwheel, wooden hull packet
    Launched: 1886, Brownsville, Pa.
    Destroyed: 1900, 23 mi. below Natchez, burned

Name: STERLING
    Owners: 1869, July, under charter to Diamond Jo Line
    Comments: There is no reference to this boat under that name.
              In the article I have the boat is refered to as the "STERLING",
              but she might well have been the GENERAL PRICE (See)

Name: STEUBENVILLE
    Type:                Size:
    Launched: Between 1815 and 1820 in Wheeling, W. Va.
    Destroyed: 
    Area: Ohio R.
    Owner: 
    Captain and pilots: Capt. 
    Comments: Machinery and boilers made by Arthur M. Philips,
              Wheeling, formerly of Stubenville, Oh..
    Comments: Notes from WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA,
              WHEELING NEWS-REGISTER,  June 24, 1951

Name: STOCKDALE
    Type:                Size:
    Launched: 
    Destroyed: 
    Area: 1879: Ohio R. Using The People's Warf Boat in Wheeling, W. Va.
    Owner: 
    Captain and pilots: Capt. 
    Comments: Notes from WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA,
              WHEELING NEWS-REGISTER,  June 24, 1951

1. Name: STONEWALL
    Type: Sidewheel, wooden hull packet
    Size: 224' X 42.5' X 6.8'
    Area: Out of St. Louis
    Launched: 1866, Jeffersonville Ind. by Howard yard
    Destroyed: 1869 Oct. 27, just after supper, 45 mi. above Cairo, Ill.,
	           at Neelys Landing, burned.  Some 209 people drowned.
    Owners: Capt. John Shaw and Dennis Long, Louisville, Ky.
    Captains: 1869, when burned, Thomas Scott was master.
    Comments: Was headed south to enter New Orleans-Grand Encore trade.
              Had too many deck passengers and large load of freight.
              Pilot Ed Fulkerson tried to run her ashore but wound up on a
              bar with water all around burning boat.
              Within hour of burning the wrecking boat SUBMARINE No.13
              passed her by without stopping.
              Three hours later BELLE MEMPHIS gave assistance.
            : Captain Scott, his first clerk and the mate were amoung the dead.
            : Hull was turned into a wharfboat at St. Louis
	
Name: STONINGTON
    Launched: 1870s
    Area: Rhode Island Sound
    Owner: Stonington Line.
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Name: STORM
    Launched: 1840s?


1. Name: SUBMARINE No. 4 (Eads')/BENTON (the 1st BENTON)
    Type: Sidewheel wrecking boat/U.S. Gunboat
    Size: 184' X 75' X 8'
    Power: 20's-7 ft. 
    Launched: 1850s, late
    Destroyed: 1865, scrapped
    Area: Miss. R.
    Owner: When built, Eads, James B. of St. Louis
         : 1865, Mound City, Ill.  Sold at sale to Jacobs, D. for $3,000.
    Captains: 1862, Bixby, Horace
    Comments: Converted to U.S. Gunboat.  Forward plating, 5/8" iron.
              Mounted 16 guns.  Thusly weighted, drew 9'.  Said to be the
              most powerful weapon on the Mississippi.  She was very slow
              and known as "Old War Horse".  Saw pleanty of action.

1. Name: SUCKER STATE
    Type: Sidewheel, wooden hull packet.  Size: 230' X 36' X 5.5', 394 tons.
    Power: 22's-7 ft.
    Launched: 1860, McKeesport, Pa., construction supervised by Capt. Richard
                    C. Gray for Northern Line Packet Company
    Destroyed: 1872, Alton Slough, burned
    Area: Built for St. Louis-St. Paul trade.
    Owner: Northern Line Packet Company 
    Captains: 1860, Master, T.B. Rhodes; Pilots, Capt. James B. Ward and Lud Blakeslee
              1862-63, Master, James B. Ward
              1866-69, Master, W.P. Hight
              1870, Master, Ben A. Conger
			  At one time, J.J. Robinson
    Comments: 1867, St. Louis-St. Paul, 2 days 23 hours 48 min.
            : 1866 and 1869, 1st boat through Lake Pippin for St. Paul
            : maintained a speed rivalry with sister ship HAWK-EYE STATE


Name: SULTAN
      1845-47

Name: SULTAN
    Type: Sidewheel, wooden hull packet.  Size: 185' X 31' X 6.5', 349 tons.
    Power: 24's- 8 ft., 3 boilers.
    Launched: 1854, McKeeport, Pa.
    Destroyed: 1858, Apr. 2, above Ste. Genevieve, Mo., burned with loss
                     of 23 lives. Enroute St. Louis-New Orleans
    Area: 1856, advertised bi-weekly, St. Louis-Omaha.
        : Also made frequent trips, St. Louis-Cincinnati.
    Captains: 1856, John McCloy
              1858, when destroyed, Phill C. Hannam.
    Comments: 1857, May 29, The Diary of E.F. Beadle has her arriving
                    Omaha at bedtime.

Name: SULTANA 
    Comments: Made run N.O. - Louisville 1837, 6/15/0
         Made run N.O. - Natchez 1844, 0/19/45 and 5/12/0
         Made run N.O. - Louisville 1844 5/12/0
         Made run N.O. - Donaldsville 1854, 0/5/42

Name: SULTANA  See Post Card
Type: Sidewheel, wooden hull packet Size: 1,719 TONS. rated to carry 376 persons. Launched: 1865, early. Destroyed: 1865, 2 AM April 27, overloaded, going up river from Vicksburgh overloaded with Union soldiers who had been released from, Andersonille prison, her boilers exploded. She burned and sank in a group of islands called the "Hen and Chickens" above Memphis. 1,547 died. Area: Miss. R. Captain(S): Mason, J.C. Comments: Arrived in Memphis at 7 P.M. and got back underway around midnight with 2,400 released Union soldiers/prisoners home from Memphis, and 180 civilians. An article on this disaster and a picture. More articles and pictures on the disaster. The Sultana Tragady, a book by Jerry O. Potter. Name: SUMTER Type: Confederate cotton-clad. Launched: 186s, early. Area: Miss. R. Name: SUNFLOWER Destroyed: ????, DEC. 2 Captain: Capt. Asa Hardy Name: SUN See Poat Card Type: sternwheel, wooden hull packet Launched: 1898, Hockingport, Oh. Destroyed: 1909, Apalachicola, Fl., stranded Name: SUNFLOWER Area: Under John Clemens, Neches R., Tex. Destroyed: 1867, Trinity R., Tex. Patrick's Landing, north of Swarthout, sank. Owners: *between 1852 and 57 purchased by Capt. John Clemens *1860, purchased by Capt. William Neyland *1867, purchased by Capt. D. E. Connor, Trinity R., Tex. Comments: During Civil War was a Confederate tender and blockade-runner at Sabine Pass. Name: SUNNY SOUTH, originally the ELECTRA Launched: 1897 Name: SUNOL/PYRAMID Type: Sternwheeler, wood hull packet Size: 135' x27.5'x7.8', 294 tons Power: Steam reciprocating engine, 250h.p. Launched: 1890 Destroyed: Off records 1946 Area: San Francisco Bay area Owner: 1890 - 1924, Alden Brothers Ferry Company 1924-46, Leslie Salt Company Captains: Comments: 1924, Renamed PYRAMID 1. Name: SUNSHINE Type: sidewheel wooden hull packet Size: 354 tons. Launched: 1860, Elizabeth, Pa. Destroyed: 1864, July 13, St. Louis, burned, it is thought by dreaded Rebel Steamboat Burners. Area: 1861, St. Louis-St. Paul 1861, Sept. went to Mo. R. Owner: 1860-??, Capt. Willard 1861 late, Glasgow, Mo., captured by Confederates 1863, Recaptured by North. Captain: 1860-??, Willard 1861, pilot, Absalom Grimes *1862, during Civil War George Vickers and Jum Reed were the pilots *1864, June 4, M. E. Dill 1. Name: SUNSHINE/PRINCESS
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From The James E. York Post Card Collection
Type: sidewheel, wooden hull ferryboat/excursion boat Size: 175' X 37' X 5.8' Power: Engines, 18's- 6 ft. Three boilers each 42" X 26'. Launched: 1888, Jeffersonville, Ind. by Howard Yard Destroyed: 1928, Jan., Jeffersonville. Ind., burned while laid up Area: 1888-1907, Louisville-Jeffersonville 1907, went to Pittsburgh, excursions 1921, excursions out of Louisville and other places Owners: Louisville & Jeffersonville Ferry Company and a subsidiary Fern Grove Amusement Co. 1907, purchased by Capt. William McNally 1920, Purchased by John W. Hubbard/River Excursion Company, Cincinnati. Comments: 1907, altered by narrowing of guards rebuilding side wheelhouses : 1918, added a texas deck and double swinging stages : 1923, Aug. 21, name changed to PRINCESS 1. Name: SUNSHINE Type: Sidewheel wooden hull packet. Size: 200' X 38' X 5.' Power: Engines, 16's- 6-1/2'. Three boilers. Launched: 1892, Nov. 12, Wheeling W. Va. Destroyed: 1904, May 10, at Bourrows Landing near Tiptonville, Tenn, burned. 1 life lost. Boat valued at $30,000, cargo at $40,000. Area: A first Wheeling-Parkersburg, One trip a week to Pittsburgh. Proved too big for that trade. Went to Pittsburg-Cincinnati trade Also made some Kanswaha R. trips. Under C.P.B.S.& P., made some trips to Memphis One summer, teamed with NEW SOUTH, Cincinnati-Coney Island excursions Owners: ?190?? - 1903, The Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Big Sandy & Pomeroy Packet Company Captains: At first J. Mack Gamble 1894, when aground, Capt. James Wright was watchman. * 1896, A.C. Hazlett 1904, May when burned, Sterling McIntyre Comments: 1894, summer, was aground at Big Knob Shoals on Kanawaha R. : 1898, May, hit log near Owensboro and had to run ashore. Was pumped out.
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Name: SUSQUEHANNA
	Type: Sidewheel wooden hull packet.
	Size: 289 tons
	Launched: 1851, Elizabeth, Pa.
	Destroyed: off the lists in 1860.
	Area Cincinnati-New Orleans
	Captains: cir. 1956, O.C. Williamson
	Comments: 1859, Apr. 24, went to the aid of the exploded ST. NICHOLAS

Name: SURPRISE
	Launched: 1817?
	Area: Baltimore
	Owner: Weems Line
	Captain; Weems, George
	Comments: Source


Name: SUTER, U.S.S.
    Type: Snasgboat
    Launched: early 1910s?
    Area: Mo. R.
    Owner: U.S. Gov.?
    Captain(s): Spahr, Andrew Jackson (Bud)
    Comments: from the Boone’s Lick Heritage Quarterly.

Name: SWAN
    Comments: 1861, seen at Booneville Mo.

Name: SWAMP FOX
    Launched: 1853?, Dec.
    Area: Miss. R.
    Captain and pilots: Capt. Pitchup

Name: SWIFT  A New York Boat
    Comments: See this web site: Fall River and Providence Steamboat Company

1. Name: SWIFTSHURE
    Type: Sidewheel, wooden hull packet.  Size: 90 tons.
    Launched: 1835, Cincinnati, Oh.
    Destroyed: 1842, off the lists.
    Area: built for Louisville-Cincinnati trade.
          1836, Cincinnati-Maysville
    Owners: When new, in part, Jacob Strader
          1836, sold to Grafton Molen and others
    Captains: when new, John Blair Summons

Name: SWIFTSURE
      1840-

Name: SWIFTSURE No. 3
      1844-1847
 
Name: SWIFTSURE No. 4
      1846-51

Name: SWITZERLAND
    Type: Ram;           Size:
    Launched: 1860s?
    Destroyed: 
    Area: Miss. R.
    Owner: 
    Captain and pilots: Capt. Ellet, Charles
    Comments: 
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