The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Iroquois (Propeller), 1906


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      The Niagara and St. Lawrence Navigation Co. is running the stm. IROQUOIS on a triweekly schedule between Lewiston and Alexandria Bay, N.Y., calling at a number of ports on the south shore of Lake Ontario. The IROQUOIS is a screw steamer, having A length of 225 ft. and a breadth of 36 ft. with state room capacity for 130, and capable of making 20 miles an hour. F. W. Wheeler is President and General Manager, and G. F. Clark Traffic Manager, the company's offices being 733 Ellicott Square Buffalo. This is a new company and it is' expected that another steamer will be added next year.
      The Railway and Marine World
      August 1906 489-3


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Newspaper
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route
Date of Original:
1906
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McN.E.6896
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Iroquois (Propeller), 1906