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Old 05-23-2010, 07:40 PM
Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Ohio River Mile 519.4
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United States and America Documents

We have the last Enrollment, Inspectors Certificate and License Of Vessel Above 20 Tons For The United States And America boats when they collided. Very interesting to look at. If you have read the story of the collision you will recognize many of the names on the documents.

The enrollment records say they are for the 1793 “Act To Regulate The Admeasurment Or Tonnage Of Ships And Vessels Of The United States”

The inspection certificates were issued by the state of Ohio, Hamilton County, district of Cincinnati.

The License Of Vessel Above 20 Tons were also issued by “District of the Port of Cincinnati” They site the 1793 act.
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