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


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  • Propeller Princeton
    Image       "Propeller Princeton. Built at Perrysburgh, O., in 1845. First propeller on Great Lakes that had an upper cabin; two twin screw engines; 24-inch cylinder by 24-inches stroke. From "American Steam Vessels." copyright 1895, by Smith & Stanton."
    Image     "Propeller Princeton. Built at Perrysburgh, O., in 1845. First propeller on Great Lakes that had an upper cabin; two twin screw engines; 24-inch cylinder by 24-inches stroke. From "American Steam ...
  • Great Lakes Propeller PRINCETON, 1845
    Image       Great Lakes Propeller PRINCETON, 1845
    Image     Great Lakes Propeller PRINCETON, 1845
  • PRINCETON
    Image       PRINCETON Built 1845, by Samuel Hubbell, at Perrysburg, Ohio Designed by Amos Pratt Hubbell Length 185 feet; Breadth, 27 feet (over guards 39 feet); Depth of hold, 10 feet. Two twin-screw Engines, 24 inch cylinders, by 24 inches stroke; built by the Auburn, New York, States Prison. Two boilers, 6 ...
    Image     PRINCETON Built 1845, by Samuel Hubbell, at Perrysburg, Ohio Designed by Amos Pratt Hubbell Length 185 feet; Breadth, 27 feet (over guards 39 feet); Depth of hold, 10 feet. Two ...
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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).