The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 10, 1872

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p.3 Milwaukee, Dec. 10th - Captain Thompson, late of the Lac La Belle, who was on the propeller Cuyahaga during the recent storm on Lake Superior, has arrived here. He says the gale was the worst he ever experienced. He reports the schooner Middlesex ashore opposite Round Island, with all hands saved. The schooners W.O. Brown and D.R. Owen from Duluth are reported lost with all hands on board. The schooner A.C. Griswald, from Marquette, is reported lost with all on board. The barges Jupiter and Saturn are laden, and broke loose from the steamer John A. Dix and drifted ashore at Whitefish Point. All hands were lost. The Canadian steamer Cumberland is frozen in at Bear Lake with fifty passengers on board.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 10, 1872