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On June 30, 1906, the New Orleans was carrying coal when she collided with the steamer the William R. Linn . All of the crew boarded the Linn safely before the pilothouse of the New Orleans blew off and the vessel sank. The following day, the only eviden
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1906, New Orleans, coal, collided, William R. Linn, sank
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