The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Post & Tribune (Detroit, MI), Sep. 2, 1882

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There is a movement on foot to persuade Capt. S. B. Grummond to stay at home during the season of navigation. Last year he went to the seaside and the tug Swain was sunk by a collision. A few weeks ago he went to Mackinac and on returning found that the tug J. P. Clark had been run into and sunk by a propeller. He then remained at home until last week when he took a trip on the propeller Atlantic and returned to find the tug Mocking Bird on the bottom, the result of a collision with the Gladiator.

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All three tugs were recovered.
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Sep. 2, 1882
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Dave Swayze
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Detroit Post & Tribune (Detroit, MI), Sep. 2, 1882