Hungarian (1853)
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Service History


The Hungarian was built as a bark and then rebuilt in 1870/1871, converted to three masts, 275 tons.
Final Voyage


"The schooner Hungarian was blown ashore in October of 1880 along with two other vessels, the City of Woodstock and the M.N. Dunham. Of the three, only the Hungarian proved to be a total loss. The Door County Advocate of 11/11/1880 reported that the three-masted Hungarian, ashore on the south side of Whitefish Bay, was hogged and that her break-up was imminent." The Last Document of Surrender, Chicago 11/15/1880 "total loss"
 
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