The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Henry R. James (Propeller), fire, 1904

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The steamer HENRY R. JAMES, which was burned last winter at Ogdensburh, will be brought to Buffalo late this week where she will be completely overhauled and repaired. When completed, the boat will return to service in the Rutland Line between Chicago and Ogdensburg.
      Buffalo Evening News
      September 13, 1905

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The local inspectors are today imspecting the steamer H. R. JAMES, which is just turned out of the Buffalo drydock, where she has been undergoing extensive repairs. It will be remembered the JAMES was burned at Ogdensburg some time ago. She was formerly in the Northern Transit Line, afterwards going to the old Rutland Line, and at the time of her burning was one of the New York Central boats.
      Buffalo Evening News
      Tuesday, September 26, 1905

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Reason: fire
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Remarks: Repaired
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  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 44.69423 Longitude: -75.48634
William R. McNeil
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Henry R. James (Propeller), fire, 1904