The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 16 Dec 1866

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The following is a list of the vessels, steamers, tugs, etc. , which have laid up for the winter at this port:

SIDE-WHEEL STEAMERS - Morning Star, City of Cleveland, Magnet, Forester, S. Clement, Pearl, Susan Ward, Princess, Saginaw, Island Queen, Mohawk, City of Sandusky, Huron, Aerial, Illinois, Keweenaw, T.F. Park, W.R. Clinton. - 18

PROPELLERS - Marquette, Concord, Genesee Chief, Orontes, Dictator, B. F. Wade, Iron City, Edith, Neptune, Congress, Kentucky, Rocket, City of Detroit, Burlington. - 16

TUGS - Gen. Burnside, J. E. Eagle, Constitution, W. B. Castle, John Martin, Clara, Seneca, Dispatch, Mayflower, Dart, G. H. Parker, Sol. Rumage, Sattelite, Prindiville, T. D. Dole, W. W. Goodnow, Stranger, Wm. A. Moore, Bob Anderson, Samson, Gen. Grant, W. K. Muir, B. B. Jones, Red Eric, Gen. McClellan, Hector, H. P. Clinton, L.L. Lyon, Jennie Bell, Urania, George N. Brady. - 31

BARKS - Jane Bell, H. P. Baldwin, City Straits (sic), H. P. Bridge, Fame, Alice - 6

BRIGS - Acadia, Concord, Strrlight [sic]. - 3

SCHOONERS - Alvin Bronsom [sic], Reindeer, Ferret, Mary Hattie, Morning Light, Skylark, M. Courtwright, Gertrude, David Todd, John Weedin, Forest, J. H. Hartzell, L. B. Shephard, Mountaineer, Kearsarge, Julia Smith, M. F. Johnson, Kirk White, Live Yankee, White Squall, Falerfield, Poland, Petrel, Corinthian, Tom Dyer, John Rice, Dolphin, Monitor, S. J. Holley, J. H. Stevens. - 30

SCOWS. - Medora, Harmonia, Mary Amelia, St. Joseph, Radical, E. M. Stanton. - 6

RECAPITULATION - Steamers, 18; propellers, 14; tugs, 31; barks, 6; brigs, 3; schooners; 30; scows, 6. Total, 108. In 1865, 157; in 1864, 117.

UNITED STATES VESSELS. - Steamers, W. P. Fessenden, J. A. Dix, Search, Surveyor, Little Adda - 6(sic). Schooner Belle - 1. Grand Total, 115.

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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 16 Dec 1866