Schooner WILLIAM M. JONES

  • Schooner WILLIAM M. JONES

    DRY TORTUGAS

    JANUARY 24, 1877 – THE JONES WAS BOUND FROM NEW ORLEANS TO NEW YORK WITH MOLASSES, SUGAR AND RICE. SHE WAS DRIVEN ON TO PULASKI SHOALS DURING A WINTER STORM. “WRECKERS” FOUND HER ABOUT 10 MILES OFF LOGGERHEAD KEY AND FORT JEFFERSON. THEY SAVED THE CREW AND SOME OF THE CARGO. THE SHIP WAS A TOTAL LOSS AND LEFT TO BREAK UP.

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JANUARY 24, 1877 – THE JONES WAS BOUND FROM NEW ORLEANS TO NEW YORK WITH MOLASSES, SUGAR AND RICE. SHE WAS DRIVEN ON TO PULASKI SHOALS DURING A WINTER STORM. “WRECKERS” FOUND HER ABOUT 10 MILES OFF LOGGERHEAD KEY AND FORT JEFFERSON. THEY SAVED THE CREW AND SOME OF THE CARGO. THE SHIP WAS A TOTAL LOSS AND LEFT TO BREAK UP.


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IMAGE SIZE – 12H X 16W

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