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One such steamboat, the Sultana, left Vicksburg on April 24 to carry soldiers up to Cairo, Illinois. Some claim it was a tragic accident, a boiler explosion due to a botched repair job. Others Get Price
Aug 26, 2020 · Stanley Nelson 'Her two children sank together'. AT BLACK Hawk Point in southern Concordia Parish in 1854, the steamer John L. Avery hit a snag and quickly came apart, claiming 85 lives. Almost two decades earlier, the steamboat Ben Sherrod sank at the same location following a boiler explosion, claiming 150 lives.Get Price
Steamboat Disasters ( Part One ) The yawl made several trips to the nearest shore, carrying off a load of passengers at each trip ; but as the flames began to extend rapidly over the deck, it was evident that all the people on board could not be saved in this way. the boat almost immediately sunk, leaving the boiler-deck above water Get Price
"The boiler room at the shops is nearer. They'll take 'em in and dry them," advised the older Speedwell. "The paper says we're going to have a hard winter and the Colasha steamboat line has laid off all its hands and closed up for the season. They say the river is likely to be impassable until spring." here was an occasion Get Price
Steamboat Disasters "Burned to the waters edge", "Destroyed by fire", "Boiler exploded and sank", "Sank in collision", "Wrecked on rocky ledge" and "Stranded on sandbar." These were the epitaphs of many of the old time sidewheelers that sailed the Hudson in bygone days.Get Price
The crew pot safely to the banks, and later the boiler and engine were salvaged. It was some time after the coming of the first steamboat, however, be …Get Price
The passenger list, if there was one, which is not likely at such an early stage of the trip, could not be found. The cause seems to be kind of a public mystery. The fact is, however, that the boiler bursted, and consequently did the damage, but whether the water was too low, the steam too high, the boiler too thin, or the material too Get Price
When we remember steamboat accidents, most of us think about boiler explosions, which resulted from excessive pressure or faulty equipment, or both. But the boiler was working well on the side-wheeler "Mittie Stephens" on February 12, 1869, and did not explode: instead, a fire burned her to the waterline in Caddo Lake near the Texas-Louisiana Get Price
Detail : Stranded and wrecked during a blizzard. Her boiler was removed during a failed effort to raise her in 1887. Collided with prop MILWAUKEE and sank in the western Straits of Mackinac, in 1868. Salvaged in 1870 and rebuilt at Cleveland. Sources: slh,lhl,nsp,hgl,mpl----- 3435Get Price
Apr 23, 1998 · STEAMBOAT DISASTER SANK DELAWARE TRIPS BOILER BOTCH SANK SHIP, DELAWARE STEAMBOAT ATTEMPTS By S.M. PARKHILL and Special to The Morning Call The Morning Call April 23, 1998 William R. Sharpe, AlfredGet Price
The most spectacular steamboat disasters were caused by boiler explosions. On April 27, 1865, the overloaded Sultana blew up near Memphis, killing as many as 1,900 people.Get Price
"A piece of boiler was obtained from the wreck, by order of General Washburn, which I examined. It seemed to have been broken from the bottom of the boiler the breadth of a sheet and torn tapering to near the top of the boiler, tearing the iron like paper, at times through the rivet holes and then through the middle of the sheet.Get Price
JAMES G. FREEMAN, of this city, through whose house the boiler of the KATIE MAY was ordered, says it was constructed of the best material, and his theory of the cause of the explosion is, that the water in the boiler was allowed to get too low, the engineer being deceived by the foaming which always takes place in new boilers, caused by the Get Price