Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 25 Oct. 1825, page 2
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Detroit and Sandusky.--We learn that the small steam boat Chippewa will hereafter ply as a regular packet between this place and Sandusky, and that she will soon commence her trips. Such an accommodation has long been wanted, and there is no doubt but the proprietors will realise a handsome profit.
White-Fish--On Friday morning the 21st inst. White-Fish were first offered in our market this season. There were two boat loads of them, one speared at Sugar Island, and the other caught in seines at Grosse Isle. They sold rapidly at a shilling each, to the great profit of the fishermen.
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- 25 Oct. 1825
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- Dave Swayze
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes