Halstead (1873)
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Halstead
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Service History


The Halsted, known for her longevity with more than her sixty years of service, had various owners and a number of incidents including a few strandings and collisions.
Final Voyage


The last enrollment of the schooner-barge Halsted was surrendered at Cleveland on December 29, 1930; cause of surrender--abandoned, sold for junk. The old vessel received a temporary reprieve when acquired by Leathem and Smith of Sturgeon Bay for use as a stone barge. She was sent to the boneyard in 1933 after 60 years of service on the inland seas.
 
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