Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 16 July 1824, page 2
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Boats, calculated to pass through the lakes St. Clair and Erie, and the New York Canal, are now building, near the foot of Lake Huron, for the purpose of taking cargoes of produce to the city of New York.
Lightning--The schooner Monroe of this port, was struck by lightning last week, in the straits of St. Clair. The people on board were knocked down, but not seriously injured.
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- 16 July 1824
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- Dave Swayze
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes