The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Grace Dormer (Propeller), 10 Jul 1868

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We are glad to know; and we are sure everyone else will be, that a pleasure trip can now be taken to Oakfield on the stm. GRACE DORMER, from the foot of Main St. The ride down the Niagara River is a most enjoyable one and a day spent at Oakfield is sure to be a pleasant one. Our citizens are beinning to wake up to the fact that they can avail themselves of short and enjoyable trips down the beautiful river, and that a place of resort equal to those at great distance can be reached within an hour. The GRACE DORMER will leave the foot of Main St. every morning at 8:00 and in the afternoon at 2:45, touching at Fort Erie to land passengers. Returning she will arrive here at 12:35 P.M. and 8:15 P.M.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      July 10, 1868 3-2

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William R. McNeil
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Grace Dormer (Propeller), 10 Jul 1868