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Gore (Steamboat), 12 May 1845


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The steamer GORE will be passed through the Welland Canal, from Lake Ontario to Lake Erie, thence to Lake Huron, as soon as the canal is open. The GORE is intended to ply between Detroit and Lake Huron, calling at the various ports along the Canadian shore. -- Toronto Colonist
      The News, Kingston
      Thursday, May 8, 1845

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      It is reported that the small steamer GORE, measuring some 200 tons, which has been since 1837 employed on Lake Ontario, in running between Cobourg and Rochester, is to be brought up through the Welland Canal, and run in connection with the LONDON on Lake Erie.
      Daily National Pilot
      Monday, May 12, 1845

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new route
Date of Original:
1845
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Local identifier:
McN.E.2086
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Gore (Steamboat), 12 May 1845