Eva M. Cone (1857)
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After loading 20 cords of wood at Port Washington, the schooner Eva M. Cone broke her jibboom in getting away from the pier, was blown toward shore and pounded on the beach. The vessel soon made its way into deeper water again and resumed her course for Milwaukee, but not before being seriously damaged. After a few miles, the schooner refused to answer her helm, was found to be leaking and soon filled and rolled over. The crew reached shore in the Cone's small boat, and the wreck itself came ashore three miles south of Port Ulao.
 
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