The Steamer ISAAC SCOTT

NOTE: I have included this information regarding the steamboat, Isaac Scott, because Capt. J. G. Bagley who brought the steamer J. C. Stewart down from Wilmington, NC mentioned that he had been the engineer on the Isaac Scott back in 1852. When Capt. Bagley arrived in Hawkinsville, GA in December of 1886, I suppose that he would have passed the twenty-five year old wreckage of the Isaac Scott.

Report of the Chief of Engineers U.S. Army by United States. Army. Corps of Engineers

for the year, 1896 – Part I

During the year, the wreck of the steamer Isaac Scott was removed from the Ocmulgee River.

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