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Thomas Cornell and the Cornell Steamboat Company

Stuart Murray

Thomas Cornell and the Cornell Steamboat Company

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Published by Purple Mountain Press in Fleischmanns, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hudson River Valley (N.Y. and N.J.)
    • Subjects:
    • Cornell, Thomas, 1814-1890.,
    • Cornell Steamboat Company.,
    • Tugboats.,
    • Steamboats.,
    • Shipyards.,
    • Shipbuilding industry.,
    • Hudson River Valley (N.Y. and N.J.)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-218) and index.

      StatementStuart Murray ; introduction by Roger W. Mabie ; essays by William duBarry Thomas.
      ContributionsThomas, William duBarry.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsVM464 .M87 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination223 p. :
      Number of Pages223
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3960726M
      LC Control Number2001130239
      OCLC/WorldCa48027903

      Sources for Thomas Cornell. 1 The American Genealogist, New Haven, Connecticut: D. L. Jacobus (issues newer than 5 years not online), , Vol. 58, p. 77, New England Historic Genealogical Society (Online Database).; 2 Anderson, Robert Charles and others, The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England , Vol. I, A-B /a>, Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society (), Editor's Note: The following text is a verbatim transcription of an article written by George W. Murdock for the Kingston (NY) Daily Freeman newspaper in the s. Murdock, a veteran marine.


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Founder and president Thomas Cornell was a man of many interests: railroad and hotel builder, two-term congressman, founder and president of two banks.

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Introduction: The Cornell Steamboat Company --Cornell's last boat --Canals, coal, and steam --Thomas Cornell's rise to power --War, the Mary Powell, and S.D. Coykendall --Railroads and towboats --The last passenger boats --Tugboats --Coykendall's reign begins --Lord of Hudson River towing --Loss and transition --Dissension in Cornell --From coal to diesel --Last act for the Thomas Cornell and the Cornell Steamboat Company book --Recovery.

Purple Mountain Press, hardcover. New. Reduced price. It was coal that started it all, Pennsylvania anthracite mined near the upper Delaware River and shipped by canal boats miles along the narrow Delaware and Hudson Canal to tidewater at Eddy.

Get this from a library. Letter books, [Cornell Steamboat Company.] -- Letterbooks of Samuel D. Coykendall,and Thomas Cornell,concerning business and financial affairs of the Cornell Steamboat Company and the Ulster and Delaware Railroad Company.

The Cornell Steamboat Company was started in by Thomas Cornell. Thomas Cornell operated his business from Rondout where he repaired and maintained a fleet of 62 tugboats which towed brages of materials including coal to New York City and other ports.

Get this from a library. Cornell Steamboat Company collection, [Hudson River Maritime Center (Kingston, N.Y.).] -- Materials concerning the Cornell Steamboat Company include clippings, photographs, and articles about the company, its crews, ships, and shop, ; reproduction of an advertisement; issues.

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The younger Thomas invested at first in a sloop – the Hudson’s traditional mode of transport for heavy freight – but quickly spotted the speed advantages of the steam engine, and got into steamship repair, modification and manufacture.

THOMAS CORNELL AND THE CORNELL STEAMBOAT COMPANY In the mids, the Hudson River was a busy waterway between the fast- growing New York metropolitan area and the cities, crop lands, timber, and mining regions of the West and North.

In the s, Thomas C. Cornell worked for David P. Mapes of Coxsackie, NY. Mapes' enterprises foreshadowed Cornell's business success. Mapes owned the sidewheeler General Jackson which had the contract to haul barges for the D&H Canal Company and he also owned a stage line running from Rondout into the Catskills.

Inwith his own sloop, Cornell started what was to become the. Coal made the first fortune of young Thomas Cornell, founder of the Cornell Steamboat Company-coal and the appetites of the canal workers who in built the D&H.

Their every need had to be shipped in by water and bought in general stores at the docks near the canal's first lock and the canal : Purple Mountain Press. THOMAS CORNELL AND THE CORNELL STEAMBOAT COMPANY by Stuart Murray, Introduction by Roger W.

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Their every need had to be shipped in by water and bought in general stores at the docks near the canal's first lock and the canal basin.

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There is an picture in the as delivered look of this tug, some very interesting information about the boiler refitt and that when the second stack appeared and a third picture in the late s. Thomas Cornell, Sr (c. – c. ) was one of the earliest settlers of Boston (), Rhode Island () and the Bronx and a contemporary of Roger Williams and the family of Anne is the ancestor of a number of Americans prominent in business, politics, and education, as well as a Prime Minister of Canada.

The popular Cornell Steamboat Company Tug “Rob” sunk in the Rondout after the freshet (spring thaw flood) of March ; this photo shows the swamped boat and Sleightsburg on the other side. The “Rob” was raised and put back into service. Hudson River Maritime Museum Collection.

New-York Historical Society New York, NY Papers:1 page. One document written by Thomas Cornell on Febru regarding personal business. A finding aid is available in the repository. Bibliography. Murray, Stuart.

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Fleischmanns, NY:. The company traced it roots to the s, when Thomas Cornell acquired a sloop to carry passengers and ship goods from Rondout, N.Y., a port town on the Hudson that is now part of Kingston, to New. The Cornell Steamboat Company was founded in the late s by Thomas Cornell in Rondout, New York: the best deep-water port on the Hudson River at the time.

Starting out with passenger vessels, the company soon began to develop a fleet of tugboats which were specially built to work on the River.

CORNELL STEAMBOAT COMPANY.; CONTEST CONCERNING A PROPOSED SALE OF A HALF INTEREST IN IT. J representing Mrs. Catherine Cornell, Thomas Cornell's widow, who is an executrix under. CORNELL, Thomas, a Representative from New York; born in White Plains, N.Y., Janu ; attended the public schools; engaged in the steamboat transportation business between Rondout and New York City inand also in the railroad business and banking; commissioned major in the New York Militia during the Civil War; elected as a Republican to the Fortieth Congress (March 4, An obit appeared in the NY Herald-Tribune (15 Nov.

) He married twice and had children by both wives. His first was Margaret Gedney (27 May - 27 Feb. ) and second was Mary Catherine (Snyder) Woodmancie. Peter Cornell and Margaret Gedney married in Westchester County and lived there at the time of his.

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Emigrated from County Essex, England about Rev. John Cornell[A Cornell Corner] relates:We have good reason to suppose that the Emigrant(Thomas) was buried in this place. Thomas and Rebecca had nine children.

[birth & death years are estim.] Primary research for early Cornell/Cornwell ancestors.His death was announced by Stuart Murray, author of “Thomas Cornell and the Cornell Steamboat Company” ().

By the time Mr. Spangenberger took over the legendary company inCornell was struggling; trucks, railroads and oceangoing vessels were fast cutting into its business. Mr.CORNELL, THOMAS, a Representative from New York; born in White Plains, N.Y., Janu ; attended the public schools; engaged in the steamboat transportation business between Rondout and New York City inand also in the railroad business and banking; commissioned major in the New York Militia during the Civil War; elected as a Republican to the Fortieth Congress (March 4,