Adeline Elwoo
- The Adeline Elwood was chartered on arrival by Corbett & Macleay to load wheat for Liverpool, and was the second vessel in this trade. She also took one hundred cases of salmon, with a view to introducing it to the English market, and a pair of elk horns for the Royal Botanical Gardens of London. E. W. Wright, The Alaska Purchase, Advent of Many Fine Steamers on Puget Sound, Lewis & Dryden's Marine History of the Pacific Northwest. New York: Antiquarian Press, Ltd., 1961., p.178.
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Adeline Foss
(Tug) - Built at Tacoma in 1898. 66 gross tons. 72.2 feet length. Owned by FossLaunch and Tug. Merchant Vessels of the United States, 1945, p. 8.
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Adeline Foss.
(Tugboat) - The second Adeline Foss was built in 1943 at the Northwest Shipping Company at Bellingham as one of sixty MIKI-Class tugs used by the U.S. Army. She served in Alaska and was given the name SGT. Raymond Baser. After the war she was placed in the reserve fleet until purchased by Foss. After a brief lay-up she was refurbished and operated in Alaskan and Northwestern waters. After service including several times in reserve status she was sold in April 1977 to the Belco Petroleum Company of Callao, Peru and was given the name Ann W. Michael Skalley, The Adeline Foss, Foss, ninety years of towboating. Seattle: Superior, 1966, p. 199.
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Adeline Smith
(Steam schooner) - The steel steam schooner Adeline Smith of 1912, following government service, passed to the Dollar Steamship Co. and was renamed Stanley Dollar. Gordon Newell, Maritime Events of 1918, H.W. McCurdy, Marine History of the Pacific Northwest. Seattle: Superior, 1966., p. 298.
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Madeline (steamer)
Following her withdrawal to take over the wheat run, the Harkins Transportation Co., in July of 1922, placed the steamer Madeline (ex-Joseph Kellogg) on the middle river route, also with three-day-a-week departures from Portland, with connections by the Georgians, Lurline and Undine providing through freight service from Astoria. Gordon Newell, Maritime Events of 1921-1922, H.W. McCurdy Maritime History of the Pacific Northwest, p. 324.
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Madeline (sternwheeler)
March 23, 1925 Sternwheeler. Snagged and sunk on the Cowlitz River near Rainier with the Oregon Agriculture College Band aboard; they barely escaped with their lives. Don Marshall, Ship disasters, Columbia River, tributaries Idaho, Montana, Oregon Shipwrecks.1984, p.203-208
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