The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
International (Ferry), 25 Jun 1866

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      The teachers and pupils of P.S. No. 15, Mr. E.T. Benedict, principal, are to inaugerate and introduce to the people of Buffalo, next Friday, a new and delightful excursion route - one over which they will be followed, we expect, by a great many parties before the season closes. By the liberality of Wm. A. Thompson, Esq., they are to be conveyed over the newly completed Erie & Niagara railroad to Niagara Falls, and thence to the village of Niagara, at the mouth of the river, on Lake Ontario; there to picnic in a delightful grove called "The Queen's Paradise." The crossing of the river on the stm. INTERNATIONAL, which will take them from the foot of genesee St., at 8:00; the morning ride down the Canada shore of the Niagara, with beautiful scenery; the new glympses of the Falss and the new scenese on Lake Ontario will render this the most charming excursion imaginable. The tickets are placed at 75 cents, and can be had from Mr. Benedict.
      Buffalo Morning Express
      June 25, 1866 4-1

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International (Ferry), 25 Jun 1866