The Collins Line (New York & Liverpool United States' Mail Steamship Company) is the common name for the American shipping company started by Israel Collins and then built up by his son Edward Knight Collins. Under Edward Collins' guidance, the company grew to be a serious competitor on the transatlantic routes to the British Cunard shipping company.
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