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Manola, was built in Cleveland, Ohio in 1890. The ship was thought to have been originally  sold to serve in WW I.  For transit through the St. Lawrence, the Manola was cut in half for transport and was to
 be re-assembled upon arrival at its destination. However, a storm caused the loss of it's bow section near Quinte, and was subsequently not sold.  A new bow section was built and the Manola was re-assembled and launch in 1920, renamed the Mapledawn.


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Ship Type Cargo
Construction year 1890
Build Place Cleveland, Ohio
Length 86m
wreck Cause storm
Min Depth 50ft
Max Depth 80ft
Historic place



Ontario, Canada, North America



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