Stenger's wharf in winter, ca. 1934
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Tied up to Stenger's wharf in the dead of winter, this schooner was designed by Charles Morse in Waldoboro. It was used as a freighter, with booms near the stern of the boat to hoist goods in and out of the schooner.
Schooners hauled freight up and down the coast well into the twentieth century.
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