Ice Blockade, "Zimmerman" in lead, Soo, Mich.
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- Coloured postcard of a large fleet of lakers trapped in the ice above Sault Sainte Marie in Whitefish Bay.
- Divided Back. Postmarked Sault Sainte Marie, MI, 13 Jul 1912
- "Ice Blockade, "Zimmerman" in lead, Soo, Mich."
"Ice Blockade, "Zimmerman" in lead, Soo, Mich."
"Showing a fleet of steamers, caught fast in the anchor ice out in Lake Superior. Anchor ice is so called for the reason that it is jammed in together in a narrow part of a river in much the same way as a log jam occurs.The ice keeps piling up on top of itself until it is nearly a solid mass to the bed of the river.
This string of boats extends back for miles and seldom are theh able to release themselves without the aid of tugs or ice-crushing boats. Sometimes they are held in the ice for many days."
Width: 13.7 cm
Height: 8.7 cm
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Michigan, United States
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- Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
Maritime History of the Great Lakes