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


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  • Cross-Section of Great Lakes
    Image       Cross-Section of Great Lakes in terms of depth above and below sea-level.
    Image     Cross-Section of Great Lakes in terms of depth above and below sea-level.
  • Steamer North Star
    Image       "Steamboat North Star. Built at Cleveland in 1854. Length 274 feet; 1,106 tons; splendidly furnished for Lake Superior line; speed 16 miles an hour; burned at Cleveland in 1862. From "American Steam Vessels." copyright 1895, by Smith & Stnton."
    Image     "Steamboat North Star. Built at Cleveland in 1854. Length 274 feet; 1,106 tons; splendidly furnished for Lake Superior line; speed 16 miles an hour; burned at Cleveland in 1862. From ...
  • Propeller Ironsides
    Image       "Propeller Ironsides. Built at Cleveland, O., in 1864. Length over 231 feet; tonnage 1,123; an elegant passenger propeller built for the Lake Superior line; transferred to Lake Michigan and lost at Grand Haven in 1873 with twenty-four lives."
    Image     "Propeller Ironsides. Built at Cleveland, O., in 1864. Length over 231 feet; tonnage 1,123; an elegant passenger propeller built for the Lake Superior line; transferred to Lake Michigan and lost ...
  • PEERLESS
    Image       Peerless: Built 1872 at Cleveland, Ohio. Hull, of Wood, Built by Ira Lafranier Length 211 feet; breadth of beam 39 feet 10 inches; depth of hold 12 1/2 feet. Engine, constructed by the Globe Iron Works Diameter of cylinder 54 inches, by 40 inches stroke Boilers, two, of iron, by ...
    Image     Peerless: Built 1872 at Cleveland, Ohio. Hull, of Wood, Built by Ira Lafranier Length 211 feet; breadth of beam 39 feet 10 inches; depth of hold 12 1/2 feet. Engine, ...
  • Great Lakes Steamship MARYLAND, 1890
    Image       Maryland: Built 1890, at Wyandotte, Mich., by the Detroit Dry Dock Comp'y Hull, of steel; Length of Keel 316 feet, length over all 334 feet 6 inches; width of hull 42 feet; depth of hold 20 feet 4 inches Engine, tri-compound; Diameter of cylinders 22, 35 and 56 inches, by ...
    Image     Maryland: Built 1890, at Wyandotte, Mich., by the Detroit Dry Dock Comp'y Hull, of steel; Length of Keel 316 feet, length over all 334 feet 6 inches; width of hull ...
  • MATOA
    Image       Matoa: Built 1890, at Cleveland, Ohio., by the Globe Iron Works Company Hull, of Steel. Length of keel 292 feet; over all 308 feet; breadth of beam 40 feet; depth of hold 24 feet 6 inches; draft of water, light 8 feet; loaded 14 to 16 feet. Engine, Triple Expansion. ...
    Image     Matoa: Built 1890, at Cleveland, Ohio., by the Globe Iron Works Company Hull, of Steel. Length of keel 292 feet; over all 308 feet; breadth of beam 40 feet; depth ...
  • MANITOU
    Image       MANITOU Designed by W. I. Babcock. Built 1893, at South Chicago, Ill., by the Chicago Shipbuilding Company. Hull, of steel. Length of keel 275 feet, over all 295 feet; breadth, of beam 42 feet, depth of hold 22 feet; average draft of water, 15 feet. Engine, Triple expansion, constructed by ...
    Image     MANITOU Designed by W. I. Babcock. Built 1893, at South Chicago, Ill., by the Chicago Shipbuilding Company. Hull, of steel. Length of keel 275 feet, over all 295 feet; breadth, ...
  • NORTH WEST
    Image       NORTH WEST Built 1894, at Cleveland, O., by the Globe Iron Works Comp'y Hull, of steel. Length between perpendiculars 360 feet; over all 383 feet; breadth of beam moulded 44 feet; depth of hold 26 feet; from spar deck 34 feet 5 inches. Engines, two, vertical quadruple expansion. Diameter of ...
    Image     NORTH WEST Built 1894, at Cleveland, O., by the Globe Iron Works Comp'y Hull, of steel. Length between perpendiculars 360 feet; over all 383 feet; breadth of beam moulded 44 ...
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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).