Winona (1863)
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Final Voyage


"The schooner Winona, on November of 1872 went ashore north of Sheboygan in 14 feet of water, and subsequently went to pieces. She was carrying 450 tons of coal. She was valued at $13,000 and owned by parties in Cleveland. Also reported as going ashore 7 miles south of Sheboygan in 14' of water."
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Last Document Surrendered Cleveland 7/8/1875
 
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