The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), Thur., 16 Jun, 1876

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FROM DULUTH. - The propeller A. L. Craig left Duluth Monday, June 12th, at 5 p.m., with a full load of flour, wheat, and passengers. She had no difficulty working her way out through the ice, which extends about twenty miles below Duluth. It is very rotten and will trouble the boats no more this season. The bark Maria Martin arrived in Duluth Sunday, the 11th inst., and the schooner Donaldson on Monday, the 12th, both of them having been in the ice for eleven days.

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Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), Thur., 16 Jun, 1876