Quickstep (barkentine)
The Quickstep, a barkentine of 423 tons, was built at Port Ludlow in 1876 by Hall Bros. for their own account. After 1884 she was owned by S. B. Peterson, San Francisco, and was afloat in 1900. The Quick-step was a noted sailer and on the return leg of a voyage to the East Coast she raced and beat the ship St. Mark. John Lyman, Pacific Coast Built Sailers 1850-1905, The Marine Digest. August 2, 1941, p. 2
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Quickstep (barkentine)
November 24, 1904 Barkentine, 402 tons, built by Hall Bros. at Port Ludlow in 1876. Three masts, 149'x 34'x 13.5'. Foundered south of Yaquina Head. Don Marshall, Ship disasters, Umpqua River to Salmon River. Oregon Shipwrecks. Portland: Binfords and Mort, 1984, p. 72-75.
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Quickstep (barkentine)
The Quickstep, a barkentine of 423 tons, was built at Port Ludlow in 1876 by Hall Bros. for their own account. After 1884 she was owned by S. B. Peterson, San Francisco, and was afloat in 1900. The Quick-step was a noted sailer and on the return leg of a voyage to the East Coast she raced and beat the ship St. Mark. John Lyman, Pacific Coast Built Sailers 1850-1905, The Marine Digest. August 2, 1941, p. 2
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Quickstep (barkentine)
The 423 -ton barkentine Quickstep, built at Port Ludlow in 1876, lumber -laden from Mukilteo for San Francisco in charge of Capt. John Johnson, became waterlogged and rudderless off the Rogue River in the same storm that wrecked the Webfoot, her crew being taken of by the steamer Tampico. Captain John Roberts, Gordon Newell, Maritime Events of 1904. H.W. McCurdy, Marine History of the Pacific Northwest., p. 102.
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