The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Nicol (Propeller), 11 May 1899


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      Clearance was made a few days ago from South Lake Linden by the steamer NICOL with the first cargo of ingot copper shipped since the opening of navigation. It is stated that the supply of refined copper on the docks at the opening is the smallest in twenty years, owing to the fact that the urgent demand for the metal led to a continuance of all-rail shipments up to within three days of the opening of navigation.
      The Marine Review
      May 11, 1899


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copper cargo
Date of Original:
1899
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McN.E.8122
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Nicol (Propeller), 11 May 1899