"Ticonderoga" was a 169 feet steam
clipperdisplacing 1,089 tons, launched in 1849at Williamsburg, New York. The Ticonderoga was infamous for its "fever ship" voyage in 1852from Liverpoolto Port Phillipcarrying 795 passengers. 100 passengers died during the voyage of what was later determined to have typhus. 1872, the Ticonderoga was wrecked off India.
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