The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 9 Apr. 1824, page 2

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Since the opening of the navigation, three vessels have arrived at this harbor from Sandusky, one from the Miami, one from Cleaveland, and one from the River Raisin--their cargoes consisted principally of flour, corn, whiskey, pork, butter, &c. all of which found a ready sale, and produced, we believe, handsome profits to the owners. The vessels in our harbor are getting ready for the Lakes, and in a few days all of them will be on their way over lakes Erie or Huron. The schrs. Tiger and Vermillion sailed for Sandusky yesterday....

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Dave Swayze
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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 9 Apr. 1824, page 2