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[The Steam-Boat Washoe]

The Illustrated London News, vol. 45, no. 1280, p. 331.

October 1, 1864

The steam-boat Washoe exploded her boiler in the Sacramento River on the 6th ult. Her upper works were shattered and her stern blown off; 150 passengers were either killed or wounded.

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