Granite State Played A Role In ‘Ashland Tragedy’ Granite State Played A Role In ‘Ashland Tragedy’
Granite State Played A Role In ‘Ashland Tragedy’

There were two sternwheel packets named Granite State. According to Way’s Packet Directory, the first was built at California, Pa., in 1870 for Capt. Wash Kerr, who used it in… Read More

Wash Honshell

May 12, 2022

In 1892, the Huntington & St. Louis Towboat Company had a towboat built at Cincinnati that was named Wash Honshell. The hull was 157 by 28 feet, and the engines… Read More

The Telegraph

May 3, 2022

The Cincinnati, Big Sandy & Pomeroy Packet Company—otherwise known as the White Collar Line owing to the fact that boats owned by the concern sported twin white bands on each… Read More

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