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VESSELS AT ST. LOUIS – 1810’s – 1850’s

First Newspaper Citation

Chronological




1817

Pike, August 1817 (steamboat)


1818

Dolphin, May 1818 (barge)

Missouri, May 1818 (barge)

Franklin, June 1818 (steamboat)


1819

Boxer, 1819; Pittsburgh Boxer, April 1819 (keelboat)

Hamlet, 1819 (steamboat)

James Monroe, 1819 (steamboat)

Three Friends, January 1819; Three Friend, March 1819 (barge)

Cleopatra, February 1819 (barge)

Harriet, February 1819

Maria, February 1819 (barge)

Nevermiss-Fire, February 1819 (keelboat); Never-miss-Fire, March 1819

Cleopatra, March 1819

Constitution, March 1819 (steamboat)

Madison, March 1819 (keelboat)

Triton, March 1819; Triton, July 1829 (steamboat)

Washington, March 1819 (steamboat)


Fox, April 1819 (keelboat)

Freedom, April 1819 (barge)

Governor Clark, April 1819 (keelboat)

Maid of Orleans, April 1819 (steamboat)

Prairie Du Chien, April 1819 (keelboat)

Exchange, May 1819 (steamboat)

Expedition, May 1819 (steamboat)

Independence, May 1819 (keelboat)

Independence, May 1819 (steamboat)

Johnson, May 1819 (steamboat)

Saint Louis, May 1819 (steamboat)

Calhoun, June 1819 (steamboat)

Jefferson, June 1819 (steamboat)

Western Engineer, June 1819 (steamboat)


Charles, July 1819 (keelboat)

Alabama, August 1819 (steamboat)

Missouri, August 1819 (steamboat)

Eliza, November 1819 (keelboat)

Ghent, November 1819 (keelboat)

Yankee, November 1819 (sailing steam packet, steamboat)

Sylph, December 1819 (keelboat)


1820

Aetna, March 1820 (steamboat)

Fire Fly, March 1820 (keelboat)

Missouri Packet, March 1820 (steamboat)

Monroe, March 1820 (keelboat)

Bezaleel Wells, April 1820

James Ross, April 1820 (steamboat)

Telegraph, April 1820 (steamboat)


Vesta, April 1820 (steamboat)

Columbus, May 1820 (steamboat)

Frankfort, May 1820 (steamboat)

General Clark, May 1820 (steamboat)

George Madison, May 1820 (steamboat)

Hecla, May 1820 (steamboat)

Manhattan, May 1820 (steamboat)

Tamerlane, May 1820 (steamboat)

Comet, June 1820 (steamboat)

Donnally, June 1820 (steamboat); Donally, July 1820

Mary Jane, June 1820 (keelboat)

Polly, July 1820 (keelboat)

Vesuvius, August 1820 (keelboat)

Kentucky, September 1820 (steamboat)

Rapide, December 1820 (steamboat)


1821

Velocipede, February 1821 (steamboat)

Yellow Stone, February 1821 (keelboat)

Paragon, April 1821 (steamboat)

Dolphin, May 1821 (steamboat)

Mars, June 1821 (steamboat)

Mrs. Spy, October 1821 (keelboat)

New Orleans, October 1821 (keelboat)


1822

Mandan, February 1822 (steamboat)

General Neville, March 1822 (steamboat)

General Pike, April 1822 (steamboat)

Courier, June 1822 (steamboat)

Cincinnati, December 1822

Indiana, December 1822

Rocket, December 1822

1823

Pittsburgh & Saint Louis Packet, February 1823 (steamboat)

Maysville, May 1823

Teche, June 1823 (steamboat)

Albany, August 1823


1824

Magnet, January 1824 (steamboat)

Grecian, April 1824 (steamboat)

Steubenville, April 1824 (steamboat)

Plough Boy, August 1824 (steamboat)


1825

Herald, March 1825 (steamboat); Herald, January 1830 (steamboat)

Congress, April 1825 (steamboat)



1826

Brown, March 1826 (steamboat)

General Brown, March 1826 (steamboat)

Lawrence, March 1826 (steamboat)

Liberator, March 1826 (steamboat)

Marietta, March 1826 (steamboat)

Mechanic, March 1826

Mexico, March 1826 (steamboat)

Patriot, March 1826

Phoenix, March 1826 (steamboat)

Bolivar, April 1826 (keelboat)

General Coffee, April 1826 (steamboat)

Keelboat No. 4, April 1826 (keelboat)

Muskingum, April 1826 (steamboat)

Scioto, April 1826 (steamboat)

Belvidere, May 1826 (keelboat)

Coffee, May 1826 (steamboat)

Coosa, May 1826

Eclipse, May 1826 (steamboat)

John Adams, May 1826 (keelboat)

Keelboat Council Bluffs, May 1826 (keelboat)

Keelboat Fever River, May 1826 (keelboat)

Keelboat Trinity, May 1826 (keelboat)

Rock Island, May 1826 (keelboat)

Tuscumbia, May 1826 (steamboat)

Helen McGregor, June 1826 (steamboat)

KeelboatMissouri River, June 1826 (keelboat)

General Hamilton, July 1826 (steamboat)

Huntress, August 1826 (steamboat)

Hercules, November 1826 (steamboat)

Hamilton, December 1826 (steamboat); Hamilton, May 1828 (steamboat)

Virginia, December 1826 (steamboat)


1827

General Wayne, February 1827 (steamboat)

America, March 1827 (steamboat)

Cleopatra, March 1827

Pilot, March 1827 (steamboat)

St. Peters, March 1827 (steamboat)

Jubilee, April 1827 (steamboat)

Lexington, April 1827 (steamboat)

Liberator, April 1827 (steamboat)

Oregon, April 1827 (steamboat)

Shamrock, March 1827 (steamboat)

Belvidere, May 1827 (steamboat)

Commerce, May 1827 (steamboat)

Rover, October 1827 (steamboat)

Lady Washington, November 1827 (barge) accompany the St. Louis & Galena Packet (steamboat)

St. Louis & Galena Packet (packet) and with the Lady Washington (barge), November 1827

1828

America, January 1828 (steamboat)

Commerce, January 1828 (steamboat)

Illinois, February 1828 (steamboat)

Josephine, February 1828 (steamboat)

Velocipede, February 1828 (steamboat)

Bolivar, March 1828 (steamboat)

General Bolivar, March 1828 (steamboat)

Lady Washington, March 1828 (steamboat)

Maryland, March 1828 (steamboat)

Missouri, March 1828 (steamboat)

Nashville Packet, March 1828 (steamboat)

Courtland, April 1828 (steamboat)

Criterion, April 1828 (steamboat)

Cavalier, May 1828 (steamboat)

North America, May 1828 (steamboat)

Packet, Fever River, May 1828 (packet)

Shallcross, May 1828 (packet)

Packet, Kaskaskia, June 1828 (packet)

Columbus, July 1828 (steamboat)

Essex, July 1828 (steamboat)

Red Rover, July 1828 (steamboat)

Andrew Jackson, August 1828 (keelboat)

Ben Franklin, November 1828

Isabella, November 1828 (steamboat)

La Grange, November 1828 (steamboat)

Maid of Fever River, November 1828 (keelboat)

Diana, December 1828 (steamboat)

S. Frisby, December 1828 (steamboat)

William D. Duncan, December 1828 (steamboat)


1829

Phoenix, April 1829 (steamboat)

Galena, August 1829 (steamboat)

Huntsville, September 1829 (steamboat)

Saint Louis, September 1829 (steamboat), Saint Louis, June 1837 (steamboat), Saint Louis, March 1839 (steamboat)

Walk-in-the-Water, Walk in the Water (sic), September 1829 (steamboat)

Fairy, October 1829 (steamboat)

Neptune, October 1829 (steamboat)

Huntsman, November 1829 (steamboat)


1830

Globe, January 1830 (steamboat)

Herald, January 1830 (steamboat)

Ben Franklin, February 1830 (keelboat)

DeWitt Clinton, February 1830 (steamboat)

Chieftain, April 1830 (steamboat)

Robert Fulton, April 1830 (steamboat)

Shamrock, April 1830 (steamboat)

Atlantic, May 1830 (steamboat)

Liberty, May 1830 (steamboat)

Volunteer, May 1830 (steamboat)

Planet, June 1830 (steamboat)

Shoal Water, June 1830 (steamboat)

Crusader, September 1830 (steamboat)


1831

New Boat, February 1831

North America, February 1831

Cora, March 1831 (steamboat)

Don Juan, March 1831 (steamboat)

Enterprise, March 1831 (steamboat)

Niagara, March 1831 (steamboat)

Shepherdess, March 1831 (steamboat)

Traveller, March 1831 (steamboat)

Victory, March 1831 (steamboat)

Carrollton, April 1831 (steamboat)

Union, May 1831 (steamboat)

Winnebago, May 1831 (steamboat)

Delaware, June 1831 (steamboat); Delaware, September 1839 (steamboat); Delaware, December 1852

Monticello, June 1831 (steamboat)

Walter Scott, June 1831 (steamboat)

Powhatan, July 1831 (steamboat)

Reindeer, July 1831 (steamboat)

Tailsman, August 1831 (steamboat)

Beaver, September 1831 (steamboat)

Arab, October 1831 (steamboat)

Argus, October 1831 (steamboat)

Hudson, October 1831 (steamboat)

Car of Commerce, November 1831 (steamboat)

Scotland, November 1831 (steamboat)

Volant, November 1831 (steamboat)


1832

Banner, January 1832 (steamboat)

Charleston, January 1832 (steamboat)

Express, January 1832 (steamboat)

Java, January 1832 (steamboat)

Whig, January 1832 (steamboat)

Souvenir, February 1832 (steamboat)

Abeona, March 1832 (steamboat)

Caroline, March 1832 (steamboat)

Highlander, March 1832 (steamboat)

Huron, March 1832 (steamboat)

Michigan, March 1832 (steamboat)

Otto, March 1832 (steamboat)

Water Witch, March 1832 (steamboat)

Dove, April 1832 (steamboat)

Freedom, April 1832 (steamboat)

Virginia, April 1832 (steamboat)

Warrior, April 1832 (steamboat)

Allegheny, May 1832 (steamboat)

Experiment, May 1832 (steamboat)

Throckmorton, May 1832 (barge)

Trenton, May 1832 (steamboat)

Virginian, May 1832 (steamboat); Virginian, November 1837

Chattahoochee, June 1832 (steamboat)

Criterion, June 1832 (steamboat)

Peoria, June 1832 (steamboat)

Reaper, June 1832 (steamboat)

Senator, June 1832 (steamboat)

Peruvian, August 1832 (steamboat)

Rambler, August 1832 (steamboat)

Sangamon, August 1832 (steamboat)

Louisville, September 1832 (steamboat)

Wanderer, September 1832 (steamboat)

Constitution, October 1832 (steamboat)

Heroine, November 1832 (steamboat)

Lafourette, November 1832 (steamboat)

Metamora, November 1832 (steamboat)

Wyoming, November 1832 (steamboat)

William Parsons, December 1832 (steamboat)

1833


1834


1835

Adventure, June 1835
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