The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 26 May 1855


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Gone - The old schooner "Ellen Bronson," and the coffer dam at the canal basin have vanished one by one, and a clear birth is now given tugs, and canal boats in that vicinity. The E.B. has done the city some service in bygone days, as a freighter, being one of the pioneers from this port. In the words of some-body: "Lay her where the breeze low music bringeth, from the bosom of the sea." - Quotation very appropriate but perhaps not quite correct.


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This vessel sunk near the lower bridge in Oswego after the 5 July 1853 fire on the east side. Built at Three Mile Bay, Lake Ontario, in 1835. 103 tons
Date of Publication:
26 May 1855
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Collection:
Richard Palmer Collection
Language of Item:
English
  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 43.4578986483713 Longitude: -76.5091323852539
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