The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Niagara (Propeller), 14 Jun 1894

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The nearest and one of the most attractive summer resorts
reached by boat from Buffalo is Erie Beach. The hotel, which has
been refurnished and refitted throughout, is now open for the
season. There is a beautiful grove, near the ruins, of the old
Fort Erie, which is a place of great historic interest. The
grounds are under Government police protection, and no liquor is
sold. All the conveniences for a delightful days outing are
provided. The stm. NIAGARA will make hourly trips between the
foot of Main St. and Erie Beach. Also the excursionist may cross
the river on the stm. UNION, which leaves the foot of Ferry St.
every few minutes, completing the trip to the beach cars of the
International Railway.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      June 14, 1894 6-2

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William R. McNeil
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Niagara (Propeller), 14 Jun 1894