The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Brantford (Steamboat), 1 May 1843


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Steamer On The Grand River - A steam boat has been fitted up at Dunnville, called the "BRANTFORD", which has commenced running on the Grand River, between those places, regularly, three times a week, in connection with the packet boats on the feeder of the Welland Canal, to Port Robinson, and the steamers KENT, (which touches at the mouth of Grand River,) and WATERLOO, (running to Chippawa and Port Robinson,) from Buffalo. To encourage this undertaking, the Board of Directors of the Grand River Navigation Company have granted, to the enterprising individuals engaged therein, the privilege of plying through the whole line of their improvements, free of toll, for three years.
      St. Catharines Journal
      May 11, 1843


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Newspaper
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new steamer
Date of Original:
1843
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McN.E.9631
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Brantford (Steamboat), 1 May 1843