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The Pennyworth was a freighter, built in Scotland in 1916. She is notable for being the first freighter to carry cargo to Canada's newly opened deepwater port on the Arctic Ocean, at Churchill, Manitoba. She arrived on August 17, 1932, carrying a mixed cargo of liquor, china and glass tableware, binding twine, and lubricating oil, as well as a few passengers. She was the first freighter to arrive again in 1933, on August 13, 1933.
- "Churchill grain shipments". Montreal Gazette. 1932-09-20. p. 21. https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1946&dat=19320921&id=2L4tAAAAIBAJ&sjid=4pgFAAAAIBAJ&pg=4347,2867733. Retrieved 2017-01-22. "The Pennyworth, the only vessel to carry inbound cargo, brought liquor, binder twine, china, glass, and oil from Great Britain, and besides wheat, carried out a quantity of flour, rolled oats, bran and shorts."
- "Canada’s Prairie Port". Shipping wonders of the world. 2015. http://www.shippingwondersoftheworld.com/churchill.html. Retrieved 2017-01-22. "When, however, we sailed from Antwerp, with our unusual and varied cargo, we inaugurated a new era for the Canadian north."
- "Ship beats ill omen; first at Hudson's Bay Port". Churchill, Manitoba: Chicago Tribune. 1933-08-15. http://archives.chicagotribune.com/1933/08/15/page/5/article/ship-beats-ill-omens-first-at-hudson-bay-port. Retrieved 2017-01-22. "The first European ship of the season to penetrate the Arctic route through Hudson's Bay to this grain seaport in the center of the continent, the 11,000 ton British freighter Pennyworth, from Antwerp, arrived her yesterday."