6 - Commerce and the Steamboat

(Part 4)

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Other Merchant Enterprises

1896 Enterprise
The steam-powered brigantine Enterprise was registered to the New York Yacht Club from
1896 to 1914.
[Photo: Rosenfeld Collection,
Mystic Seaport Museum]

1901 Enterprise
The Matson Line's steamship SS Enterprise began providing regular service between California and Hawaii in 1901.
[Photo: Hawaiian Maritime Center]

1993 Enterprise
The luxury yacht Enterprise V was frequently seen docked at
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
[Photo: The Author]

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