The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 4 November 1877

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NEWS FROM PORT HURON. - The FREE PRESS correspondent at Port Huron writes Nov. 5th. The severest gale of the season is prevailing in this vicinity and the wind is apparently increasing in velocity. A light drizzling snow is falling which is half rain. Should the quantity of snow increase, we will have some disasters to report from this point.

The schooner Gold Hunter is ashore on Graham Shoals with the tug Andrew J. Smith working to release her and from the direction of the wind and its velocity she will probably suffer serious dam [sic] before being released if not already off.

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Robert C. Myers
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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 4 November 1877