The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 17, 1845

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p.3 Shocking Affair - U.S. steamer Surveyor, Capt. W.G. Williams, of U.S. Topographical Corps, working near Green Bay; boat was at "Death's Door, a well known channel leading into Green Bay; a station was erected on the bluffs; one man disappears while returning to boat. [Green Bay Republican]

Beauharnois Canal - steamer Albion takes V.I.P.'s through canal, and then passes through Cedar Rapids; Canal is 11 3/4 miles long, 80 feet wide at bottom, 120 feet wide at top water line, and 10 feet deep, with 8 lift locks. [Montreal Times]

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 17, 1845