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Old 05-21-2009, 06:49 PM
 
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Default the plaque says "John M. Carnie New York 1870."

John M. Carnie New York 1870

Does anyone have information on John M. Carnie? He apparently was an engineer in the New york City area who built steam engines an boilers. The title for this thread was inscribed on a plague on a horizontal engine on a steamboat wreck discovered in Seminole, AL. The time frame is mid to late 1800's.

Any info greatly appreciated. THANKS

Pete
West Hurley, NY
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