Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), July 9, 1859
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The Harbor never looked pleasanter than at the present, for although there are some vacant docks yet enough remains to keep the eye and ear busy if not for the many hands that have heretofore found employment along the crowded wharves.
The Canal is drawing largely from this port in the articles of Lumber and grain, and the daily arrival and departure of the magnificent lake steamers - the regular going to and fro of the mammoth propellers with the constant visits of the sailing fleet, give an air of business in the harbor that would seem to belie the cry of hard times.
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- July 9, 1859
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- Richard Palmer
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes