The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), Wed., April 14, 1852

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Miller & Co's Ship-Yard

(Miller & Co., Proprietors)

This extensive establishment is situated in the Cove on the East side.It possesses excellent facilities for ship-building, &c. It furnishes emplyment to about 70 hands on an average year round. A substantial and beautiful vessel, the "Plymouth Rock," was launched from this yard last week; and is a good specimen of the skill and ability of those who have the management of the various departments of the extensive business carried on at this yard.

Connected with this yard is an extensive steam saw mill owned by Messrs. Miller & White, which gives employment to about 15 men daily, and is capable of sawing 1,000 feet of lumber per hour, together with a large quantity of lath, shingles, heading, &c.

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Richard Palmer
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Oswego Daily Journal (Oswego, NY), Wed., April 14, 1852