The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 2 Jun, 1876

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THE ICE AT DULUTH. - Mr. Preston Brady of this city, writing from near Mayfield on the propeller Manistee, May 28th, says: We have been running all day through the ice, and I think about two hours more will bring us through. It is astonishing to see the immense fields and bergs of ice; some of these masses are piled forty feet deep, and look as though they would last all summer. The weather is warm and clear; yesterday at Bayfield the thermometer stood at 85 deg. in the shade, and still the ice does not appear to diminish.

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Dave Swayze
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Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 2 Jun, 1876