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Mary E. Keene

 

(SwStr: t. 659; l. 238'; b. 38'; dph. 7'8")

 

Mary E. Keene, known also as Keene, Mary Keene, and Mary Keane, was built at New Albany, Ind., in 1860 and enrolled as a New Orleans steamboat. She served as a transport on the western rivers and was a unit of Comdr. I. N. Brown's fleet that was scuttled in July 1863 at Yazoo City to prevent capture.