Category:Catherine Adamson (ship, 1855)
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English: The Catherine Adamson was a wooden vessel of 768 tons, built at Aberdeen in Scotland in 1855. She sank on the night of 23 October 1857, after losing steerage while entering Port Jackson, with the loss of twenty-one passengers and crew. Among the relics recovered have been a sextant, pewter mugs, pottery, spoons and forks. One of her anchors, standing about two metres high, still has 300 metres of chain attached.
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