Norwood
Built in Tacoma in 1899. Gordon Newell, Ships of the Inland Sea, p. 212. M.S. Kline and G.A. Bayless, Ferryboats. A legend of Puget Sound. Seattle, Washington: Bayless Books, 1983, p.115, 167. (A freight service organized by F.B. Biggins and Chauncey E. Wiman on the Tacoma-Quartermaster Harbor Run. Their company was called Bibbins and Wiman. They owned and operated the steamer Sophia and built the Norwood in the Haskell and Crawford in Old Town, Tacoma. Their partnership was dissolved in 1904 when Biggins retired. The Norwood was sold to F.G. Reeve in 1905.).
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Norwood (steam Schooner)
The steam schooner Norwood of 1904 was purchased from Sudden & Christenson by Pacific American Fisheries Co. of Bellingham and rebuilt with a shelter deck, her tonnage increasing to 1,323. Gordon Newell, Maritime events of 1916, H.W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest. Seattle: Superior, 1966., p. 265.
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Norwood (steam Schooner)
The Hall yard, moved to Winslow, Eagle Harbor on Bainbridge Island, and redesignated Hall Bros. Marine Railway & Shipbuilding Co., completed the 845 -ton wooden steam schooner Norwood for Sudden & Christenson of San Francisco. This vessel, with a capacity of 875,000 feet of lumber, was fitted with a 675-horsepower triple-expansion engine from Fulton Iron Works. Gordon Newell, Maritime events of 1904, H.W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest
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Norwood (steamer)
Accidents to smaller Northwest craft on inland waters were again numerous in 1924. Late in January the Puget Sound steamer Norwood, being operated by the Sound Transportation Co., filled and sank at her Seattle moorings, her cargo apparently shifting for some unexplained reason. Only a deckhand was sleeping aboard at the time, and he swam from the sinking vessel to a nearby pier. Gordon Newell,Maritime Events of 1924, H.W. McCurdy, Marine History of the Pacific Northwest. Seattle : Superior Publishing Company, 1966 p. 356.
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Norwood (tug)
While at her mooring, the 90 ft long tug Norwood's cargo shifted and she sank. Subsequently she was removed (Newell 1966:356, Argonauts 1988).
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