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The American Eagle, a schooner used to transport granite from the Beattie Quarry Co. is shown. The schooner was sold to a Boston company and later sank on the west side of Merican, Canada (Source -Dudley scrapbook on the Beattie Quarry.)

A worker cutting stone at the Beattie Quarry Co., Leete's Island

Worker stands by ladder at the Beattie Quarry Co. in Leete's Island

This flagpole was erected at the Beattie Quarry at the beginning of World War 1.

Beattie Quarry Co. Schooner with workers building Saybrook breakwater. Pictured left to right (John Walker, Fred Chapman, John Latckin, John Corbett, Joe Josephson)

An 1880 portrait of John Beattie, one of the owners of Beattie Quarry Co. in Leete's Island. Beattie was originally from Scotland. He moved to the US and later established the quarry company that employed as many as 300 workers at its height. The…