The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Nautical Notes
Sandusky Daily Register (Sandusky, OH), 1 May 1891

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The schooner EVA arrived yesterday from Ward’s Canal with lumber.

Custom house clearances: Schooner EVA, Ward’s Canal, stone; JOHN A. FRANCOMB, Milwaukee, coal; steamer MICHAEL GROH, Cheboygan, coal.

The barge A.R. KELLOGG is chartered to carry ice from Tawas to Cleveland. The first cargo will be carried from Put-in-Bay to Cleveland. The KELLOGG is now being fitted out at the B. & O.

The steamer A. WEBRLE, JR., is making trips every morning from Catawba Island to the south dock at Put-in-Bay and from there goes to Lakeside.

A small barge, the name of which could not be learned, sunk at Kelley’s Island on Wednesday with seventy cords of stone.

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1 May 1891
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  • Ohio, United States
    Latitude: 41.44894 Longitude: -82.70796
Ray Grant
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Nautical Notes