The scow Indian (1855)
Port of Picton Registry, Number : 18
|Name: INDIAN||Type: Scow|
|Official Number: |
|Tons (gross): 20||Tons (net): |
|Where Built: North Port||Port of Registry / Hail: Picton|
|Build Year: 1855||Value: |
|Builder’s Name & Date of Certification: David Tait|
|Master’s Name: R. McClement ||Subscribing Owners: John Owens of Picton.|
|Length: 49 feet ||Breadth: 12 feet and 6 inches|
|Depth of Hold: 4 feet and 4 inches ||Masts: |
|Stern: Square||Bowsprit: Standing|
|How Built: Carvel||How Rigged: Sloop|
|Figure-head: None||Decks: One|
See also the entry for the scow Indian in our ships Database.
- NOTATIONS: OUT OF EXISTANCE
Newspaper and other transcriptions
- References to the schooner Picton appear in C.H.J Snider's work:
Schooner Days CCLXVIII (268) "Tait's Types: Round Sterned Delaware, Gun-Barrel Picton, and her Hickory Jibboom"
References and source notes
() Many of the contemporary newspaper cuttings can be found at Maritime History of the Great Lakes, Newspaper Transcriptons
() C.H.J. Snider Schooner Days index, Naval Marine Archive.