Golden South (1852)
The Golden South was a clipper ship built in 1852, as Flying Childers.
Built by Samuel Hall of East Boston, Massachusetts for J.M. Forbes and Cunningham Brothers, Boston. She sailed between Boston to San Francisco and Whampoa to Deal. She was sold in 1858 for $53,000. She then sailed from New York to San Francisco and Boston to San Francisco. Sold in 1863 to Mackay, Baines & Company, Liverpool for £5050 and renamed Golden South, for the Liverpool to Australia trade.
She was sold in 1866 and later used as a coal hulk at Port Jackson, Sydney.

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