Capt. J. W. Troup
Chief Engineer Peter De Huff
Cascade Rapids, 26 May 1888
Original photo from the archives of the Saltwater People Historical Society©
There were three Hassalos and one Hassaloe that served the Columbia.
This HASSALO, the noted sternwheel steamer was built at The Dalles in 1880, as the first new vessel of the Oregon Railway & Navigation Co. Capt. Fred Wilson, the first in command, was succeeded by H. F. Coe. Capt. John McNulty was in charge during her last 5 years on the middle river.
|CASCADE RAPIDS |
Captain Troup drove the sternwheeler through
in seven exciting minutes.