The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Jan. 8, 1861

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Names of Propellers and Vessels Laid Up in the Port of Oswego

Norman of Oswego

Lady Franklin, Tornado, Robert Reed, Major Dana, J.H. Bloore of Oswego

Gibraltar of St. Catharines
Admiral of Quebec
Cleveland of Chicago
Sonoro of Milwaukee
Resolute of Buffalo

Penelope of Milwaukee; A.G. Morey of Chicago; Portage, Czar, J. J. Latham, Wm. I. Preston, Carlton of Oswego; Wild Rover of Fairport; Athenian of Chicago; Wm. Young of Milwaukee; Thos. Mott of Oswego; Belle Walbridge of Toledo; Gerrit Smith, Delos DeWolf, Empire State, Ottawa, Fores, L.B. Crocker, Sarah Bond, Cincinnati, Junius, Cornwell, Norwegian, Commodore Foote, Fulton, William Sanderson, Nicaragua, Sylph, Raleigh, O.V. Brainard of Oswego; Pierpont of Youngstown; James Navagh of Oswego; Etna, Summit of Cleveland; Grenada of Oswego; H.W. Hoag of Toledo; Star of Hope of Detroit; John L. Gross of Vermilion; Joseph Grant, Corsican of Oswego; George Steel, Wm. B. Ogden of Chicago; Wm. Case of Cleveland; Albion of Toronto; Wm. J. Whaling of Milwaukee; Pilgrim of Racine; Lewis Wells of Toledo; Mary E. Burgoyne, Willard Johnson, Plymouth Rock. Major Anderson, Bermuda, Ostrich, James Platt, Senator Blood, Dispatch, Augustus Ford, Theodore Perry, Carthagenian, T. Martin, Persian of Oswego; Mary Francis of Montreal; Hiawatha, Kate Robinson of Toledo

Farmer of Sackets Harbor
Medora of Oswego
Markwell of Oswego
Madera of Oswego
Scorpian of Oswego

Names of Vessels and Steamers laid up in Ogdensburgh

New York, and St. Lawrence of Ogdensburg

Buckeye, City of New York, Wisconsin, Ontario, Ogdensburgh, Prairie State, all of Cleveland

City of Ogdensburgh

J.F. Warner of Detroit, H.S. Fairchild of Buffalo, Carrington of Oswego; Fairfield, E.K. Gilbert and Meiress of Detroit; Adirondack of Morristown, Gold Hunter of Chicago; JohnTibbles, Dashing Wave, J.g. McCullough, Ogdensburgh; Grand Turk of Detroit, King Sisters of Cleveland, Emma of Oswego, Louisa of St. Catharines, Carrier Dove of Kingston, Almina of Quebec, G.G. Cooper of Rochester, T. Baker of Milan, Chas. G. Alvord of Oswego.

Ripple, Widgeon of Ogdensburgh

Volunteer of Ogdensburg

Reciprocity, Mail Boy of Ogdensburgh

Vessels Laid up in Sackets Harbor

Onward, Gazelle, Union of Sackets Harbor; Mediterranean of Sodus; (two other schooners, illegible)

G.W. Westcott of Sackets Harbor

Monitor of Sackets Harbor

Vessels laid up in Henderson Harbor

Volunteer of Toledo, Imogene of Port Ontario

Vessels laid up at Big Sodus

J. Catchpole, Port Glascow; Ben Franklin, R.R. Lummis, Mail and Gypsy of Sodus; Alfred Allen of Pultneyville

Vessels laid up in Pultneyville

Glen Cuyler and Wm. Doron of Pultneyville

Vessels laid up in Charlotte

Ontario, Bay State and Cataract of Oswego; Lord Elgin of Montreal

Rival of Pultneyville, Myrtle of Milan

North Star, Commerce, Morgan, Susan Syble of Charlotte

Vessels laid up in Wilson

Fleet Wing, Active and Almira of Wilson

Vessels laid up in Alexandria Bay

McClellan of Alexandria Bay

Vessels laid up at Clayton

Gen. Burnside, Sovereign of the Lakes, Northern Light of Clayton

M.F. Merick, Clayton Belle, Monticello, Reindeer, Mountaineer, Montezuma, Selkirk, S. H. Lathrop, Flying Cloud, Portland, Mediator of Clayton; Traveler of Detroit

New vessels building at Clayton, two building by John Oads one schooner of 400 tons, one of 175 tons. One building by S. G. Johnston of 400 tons.

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Richard Palmer
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Jan. 8, 1861