Iroquois - 100730

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Title: Iroquois - 100730
Author: Unknown
Description: Built by the Craig Shipbuilding Company of Toledo, Ohio in 1901, the "Iroquois" sailed the Great Lakes until 1906 and then again from 1920-1927. She also sailed from west coast ports of Seattle and Vancouver, traveling via the St. Lawrence River, the Panama Canal, and around Cape Horn during the years between 1927-1973. In 1973 she was renamed the "Alaska Shell" by her new owners Alaska Shell A Corporation of Juneau, Alaska. The ship sank April 15, 1983 in Akutan, Alaska.
Permanent Link: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.OX/169789

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