The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Art of the Great Lakes and Seaway


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Art of the Great Lakes and Seaway
  
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  • Steamboat Atlantic
    Image       "Steamboat Atlantic. Built at Newport, Mich., in 1848. Length 267 feet; 1,155 tons; in her day unsurpassed in elegance and convenience; in 1852 run down off Long Point, by propeller Ogdensburg, and sunk; 150 lives lost. From "American Steam Vessels," Copyright 1895, by Smith & Stanton."
    Image     "Steamboat Atlantic. Built at Newport, Mich., in 1848. Length 267 feet; 1,155 tons; in her day unsurpassed in elegance and convenience; in 1852 run down off Long Point, by propeller ...
  • Lake Erie Steamboat ATLANTIC, 1848
    Image       Sketch of the steamboat ATLANTIC
    Image     Sketch of the steamboat ATLANTIC
  • ATLANTIC
    Image       ATLANTIC: Built for E. B. & S. Ward, by J. L. Wolverton, at Newport, Mich., 1848 Length 267 feet; 33 feet beam, and 13 feet 4 inches depth of hold. 1,155.18 tons Engine, by Hogg & Delamater, N. Y., cylinder 60 inches by 11 ft stroke. 2 Boilers, each 10 ...
    Image     ATLANTIC: Built for E. B. & S. Ward, by J. L. Wolverton, at Newport, Mich., 1848 Length 267 feet; 33 feet beam, and 13 feet 4 inches depth of hold. ...
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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).