The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Art of the Great Lakes and Seaway
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  • Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
        Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
      Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
  • Steamboat
    Directory of the Marine Interests of the Great Lakes: Comprising A Complete List of All Vessels Navigating the Lakes, Arranged Alphabetically... (Detroit, MI : R. L. Polk & Co., 1884 )     Generic wood engraving of a typical wooden hulled, propeller driven steamboat of the 1880s. It is trailed by a tugboat towing a schooner with a grain elevator in the rear to the left and the silhouette of a locomotive in the rear to the right.
    Directory of the Marine Interests of the Great Lakes: Comprising A Complete List of All Vessels Navigating the Lakes, Arranged Alphabetically... (Detroit, MI : R. L. Polk & Co., 1884 )   Generic wood engraving of a typical wooden hulled, propeller driven steamboat of ...
  • Rail-road Depot at Ogdensburgh
    Van Cleve, James, The Ontario and St. Lawrence Steamboat Company's hand-book for travelers to Niagara Falls, Montreal and Quebec, and through Lake Champlain to Saratoga Springs (Buffalo, NY: Jewett, Thomas & Co., 1852), 1852, p. 105     A number of schooners lie in Ogdensburg, at the depot of the Northern Railroad
    Van Cleve, James, The Ontario and St. Lawrence Steamboat Company's hand-book for travelers to Niagara Falls, Montreal and Quebec, and through Lake Champlain to Saratoga Springs (Buffalo, NY: Jewett, Thomas & Co., 1852), 1852, p. 105   A number of schooners lie in Ogdensburg, at the depot of the ...
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Art of the Great Lakes and Seaway


This is a collection of drawings, engraving and plans of vessels, buildings and harbours around the Great Lakes and the upper St. Lawrence River (the modern Seaway).