The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
H. W. Johnson (Schooner), 24 Aug 1878


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The wrecking schooner H. W. Johnson is to take on board a patent wrecking elevator. It is stated that the apparatus will hoist 500 tons of coal in 12 hours.
      Detroit Post and Tribune
      June 27, 1884



      The Coast Wrecking Company's schooner H. W. JOHNSON left for new York this morning, taking along the greater portion of the wrecking apparatus of the company. It is not probable that the Coast Wrecking Company will do much work on the lakes hereafter unless business revives greatly. The pontoons and one pump were left here, also one set of diving apparatus.
      Detroit Free Press
      Saturday, August 24, 1878
     
     
     


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Coast Wrecking Co.'s schr
Date of Original:
1878
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McN.E.9494
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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H. W. Johnson (Schooner), 24 Aug 1878