Category:William H. Conner (ship, 1877)

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English: The William H. Conner built by Marlboro Packard 1877 in Searsport, Maine. The ship was the last and largest full-rigged ship built in Searsport, costing over $100,000. Apparently in three voyages she earned her construction costs, but that was the exception; 15% was closer to the rule. Marlboro Packard was her master builder, working at the Carver yard. The ship listed in the Register until 1898, finally turned into a barge and sunk off Sandy Hook. [1]

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