Mary Ann Scott (1871)
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"The scow Mary Ann Scott, with a cargo of supplies for Bailey's Harbor, is ashore and a loss a few miles north of Manitowoc. She cleared from this port in the southeaster on Saturday night, but as it became apparent that the vessel would not clear the point, an attempt was made to put her about and return, when she kissed stays and went upon the beach. The crew were rescued on Sunday morning after having spent the night in the rigging." MS 12/02/1875 "The scow Mary Ann Scott, beached a few miles north of Manitowoc, in one of the gales towards the close of last month, is reported by her owner, John Scoot, to be in good shape. As soon as sufficient ice has formed to break the seas, she is to be raised by the use of screws and hauled out upon the shore and repaired." MS 12/15/1875 "The scow Mary Ann Scott, which is on the beach south of Two Rivers, has been dismantled and abandoned, her owners having found it impossible to get her off." MS 7/31/1876
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Last Document Surrendered 11/30/1876
 
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