The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Maid of the Mist (Steamboat), 7 Oct 1872


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      The MAID OF THE MIST, the only steamer which has ever navigated the Niagara River from the Falls to its mouth, has been doing good service down in Prince Edward's Island. - While on her trip from Crapand to Charlestown, coming into the harbor, she met a row boat drifting out, containing a boy named Toole, who had only a piece of board to save him from going out to sea. The steamer was stopped and the boy saved.
      St. Catharines Evening Journal
      October 7, 1872


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Newspaper
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new route
Date of Original:
1872
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McN.E.9342
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Maid of the Mist (Steamboat), 7 Oct 1872