Clyde Steamship Co.

USA

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Sailings January-March 1915 (issued December 31, 1914)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Apache
Mohawk
Lenape
Huron
Comanche
Arapahoe
New York, Charleston, Jacksonville
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New York, Wilmington, Georgetown
Clyde West India Line:
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New York, Turks Island, Monte Cristi, Puerto Plata, Samana, Sanchez, Macoris, Santo Domingo

(No sailings listed for this route.)

AGWI Lines
(Clyde Line/Mallory Line/Ward Line/Porto Rico Line)
"AGWI Steamship News" magazine, Vol. VIII, No. 1 (issued January 1916)
Includes sailings January-March 1916
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Clyde Line:
Apache
Mohawk
Lenape
Huron
Comanche
Arapahoe
New York, Charleston, Jacksonville
Cherokee

Chippewa (freight only)

New York, Wilmington, Georgetown
Clyde Santo Domingo Line:
Algonquin
Iroquois
New York, Turk's Island, Monte Cristi, Puerto Plata, Samana, Sanchez, La Romana, Macoris, Santo Domingo, Azua

(No sailings listed for this route.)

Mallory Line:
Comal
San Jacinto
Concho
New York, Key West, Galveston
Sabine
Lampasas
Alamo
New York, Key West, Tampa, Mobile
Medina
Nueces
Neches
Freight only:
New York, Galveston
Porto Rico Line:
Coamo
Brazos
Carolina
New York, San Juan.
Called at Ponce and Mayaguez between arrival and departure days in San Juan.
San Juan New Orleans, San Juan and other ports in Puerto Rico
Ward Line:
Havana
Saratoga
New York, Havana
Mexico
Morro Castle
New York, Nassau, Havana, Progreso, Vera Cruz
Esperanza
Monterey
New York, Nassau, Havana, Progreso, Vera Cruz, Tampico

Sailings September-December 1928 (issued September 15, 1928)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Iroquois New York, Jacksonville, Miami (September only).

New York, Miami (December only).

Cherokee
Algonquin
Seminole
Mohawk
1) New York, Charleston, Jacksonville.

2) New York, Charleston, Jacksonville, Miami.
Return voyages omitted Charleston.

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