The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ossifrage (Propeller), 11 Feb 1889

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      The Inman line of tugs will probably be reinforced by another passenger boat during the season to run upon the south shore line in connection with the OSSIFRAGE.
      Duluth Evening Herald
      February 11, 1889

      Commodore Inman willl be home in a day or two, when the work of outfitting his big fleet of steamers and tugs will at once commence.... The OSSIFRAGE will perform one-third more service this year than last and will make 3 round trips weekly between Duluth and Port Arthur. The new prop. JOHN C. LIKEN will be here about April 20th.
      Duluth Evening Herald
      March 6, 1889

      The OSSIFRAGE will open navigation this year by a trip to Grand Marais, Minn., tomorrow. She will start at 10:00 A.M. As soon as THuder Bay is open she will make regular trips to Port Arthur 3 times a week, namely, leaving here on Mondays and Wednesdays at 2 P.M. and fridays. She will leave Port Arthur for Duluth every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 P.M.
      The following officers will be employed on the different boats: Prop. OSSIFRAGE - Capt. W.B. Harrow; mate William McGilvery; chief engineer Wilson Palmer; steward J.D. Gray; cabin maid Mrs. Jessie McArthur
      Duluth Weekly Tribune
      March 29, 1889

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Ossifrage (Propeller), 11 Feb 1889