About F.T. Barney (schooner)

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The F.T. Barney was a 19th-century American schooner that sank in 1868. Her wreck in Lake Huron near Rogers City, Michigan, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.

F.T. Barney was built in 1856 by William Cheney of Vermilion, Ohio, and was owned by Lewis Wells, also of Vermillion. In late 1857, she ran aground near Goderich, Ontario, but was successfully towed to Detroit, Michigan, for repairs.

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Michigan, United States of America

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