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


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  • Thomas Cranage
    Image       Thomas Cranage Built 1893, at West Bay City, Mich. Hull, of wood, built by James Davidson. Length between perpendiculars 305 feet; over all 330 feet; breadth of beam 43 feet; depth of hold 21 feet 8 inches. Engine, triple expansion, constructed by the Dry Dock Engine Works, Detroit. Diameter of ...
    Image     Thomas Cranage Built 1893, at West Bay City, Mich. Hull, of wood, built by James Davidson. Length between perpendiculars 305 feet; over all 330 feet; breadth of beam 43 feet; ...
  • Great Lakes passenger steamship NORTH WEST, 1894
    Image       Great Lakes passenger steamship NORTH WEST, 1894
    Image     Great Lakes passenger steamship NORTH WEST, 1894
  • Steamer Michigan, Capt. Blake, in a Gale on Lake Huron
    Image       "Steamer Michigan, Capt. Blake, in a Gale on Lake Huron" "H. Downer - W. Early Jr. Det."
    Image     "Steamer Michigan, Capt. Blake, in a Gale on Lake Huron" "H. Downer - W. Early Jr. Det."
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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).