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Elaine (Steamboat)

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Works: 2 works in 3 publications in 1 language and 3 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence  Sources 
Most widely held works by Elaine (Steamboat)
[Bill of lading book covering shipments from April 2, 1873 to March 31, 1896] by C.L. Cochran and Co( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Manuscript notes in preprinted bill of lading book. General merchandise shipped by steamboat from Clarington, Ohio to various destinations on the upper Ohio River and elsewhere. Other shippers are James Rees (Steamboat), Andes (Steamboat), Elaine (Steamboat), G.B. Montieth (Steamboat), Forest City (Steamboat), Liberty (Steamboat), Matt F. Allen (Steamboat), Favorite (Steamboat), Ben Hur (Steamboat), Telegram (Steamboat), Cochran and Booth, and A.B. Cochran and Co. Some of the goods mentioned include eggs, fruit, wine, cigars, cheese, coops of chickens and turkeys, rolls of carpet, washing machines, and furniture
[Towing record of the Steamer Eugene, covering the period from January, 1886 through June 1887 ; also, towing record of the Steamer Elaine, 1887-1888 ; and the Steamer Bob Ballard, January-August, 1896] by Eugene (Steamboat)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Manuscript notes in printed account book. Entries indicate shipper, embarkation, consignee, destination, description of tow, and various charges and payments. Route was along the Ohio River, with the more frequent stops being Marietta, Rochester, Pittsburgh, Parkersburg, Ravenswood, and Caledonia. Types of materials shipped are mainly coal, lumber, stoves, and railroad ties
 
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