O’Hagan, John J.

(1918) 1925                                  John J. O’Hagan                                  1941 (1952)

Steel St. Lawrence River canal size bulk freighter

Built at Duluth MN by McDougall-Duluth Co., Hull 7
Laid down for the French government for off-Lakes service during World War I.
Requisitioned by the United States Shipping Board during construction.  Completed as Lake Geneva and left the Great Lakes upon completion

261’ LOA, 251’ LBP, 43’ beam, 20’ depth
1 deck, hatches @ 24’, coal-fired boilers, triple expansion engine, 1250 IHP

Enrolled at
251.0 x 43.6 x 18.1, 1998 GT, 1179 NT     US 216827

Sold April 8, 1925 to Bison Steamship Corporation, Buffalo NY, John J. O’Hagan, Mgr. (home port to Buffalo NY), renamed John J. O’Hagan and returned to the Great Lakes

Entered Great Lakes service 1925

Management transferred 1935 to Boland & Cornelius, Buffalo NY

Sold 1941 to U. S. government for off-Lakes service during World War II and left the Great Lakes.

Renamed Manomet (AG-37 1941, Aries (AK-51) 1942, John J. O’Hagan (1946) and Adelanto (Brazil) 1948

Scrapped 1952 at Hong Kong



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