Mary E. Moore (steam Schooner)
February 23, 1927 Steam schooner, steel, 1783 gross tons, 221.5'x 40'x 22.5', built in 1913 at Long Beach, California as the Grace Dollar. She sank in heavy seas about the same spot where the Acme of the Moore Lumber Co. disappeared two years before. Capt. Karl Rosenblad and his 26 crewmen were rescued by the motor freighter Admiral Peary and taken to San Francisco. The ship and her 200 tons of general cargo lie about one mile beyond the breakwater of the Coquille. Don Marhsall, Ship Disasters, Blacklock Point to Tenmile Creek. Portland: Binford & Mort, 1984, p.42-46
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Mary E. Moore (steam Schooner)
The steam schooner Mary E. Moore. formerly the Grace Dollar, built at Long Beach, California in 1913, bound from San Francisco for Bandon, foundered after losing her propeller and striking the CoqW]le River bar February 23. Capt. Karl Rosenblad and his 28 -man crew were picked up from two lifeboats by the motorship Admiral Peary, but the Mary E. Moore broke up rapidly in heavy seas about a nine offshore. Gordon Newell, Maritime Events of 1927-28, H.W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest. Seattle: Superior, 1966, p. 389.
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