The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 6, 1874

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p.3 Ogdensburg, 6th - Navigation is now fairly open. The steamer Glasgow left for Lake ports this morning. The Northern Transportation Company start their boats tomorrow, all crafts in the harbour being rapidly fitted out.

Port Colborne, April 6th - A barge, supposed to be the Wm. Howe, from Chicago, last fall wintered at Malden with a cargo of wheat for this elevator, is now in sight at the edge of the ice, which extends out four or five miles. The tug Gordon has started out from here, and has made considerable progress. Later - The tug Gordon had to return, unable to get through the ice. Another vessel is now in sight. Wind southwest, fresh.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 6, 1874