The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Sep. 1, 1871


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Port of Detroit, August 31.
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ARRIVED - - August 30

Str R. N. Rice, Cleveland, mdse.
Str Milton D. Ward, Port Huron, mdse.
Str Dove, Amherstburg, mdse.
Str Inland Queen, Gibraltar, mdse.
Str Geo. S. Frost, Marine City, mdse.
Str Jay Cooke, Sandusky, mdse.
Schr A. Bradley, Buffalo, coal.
Schr Cortlandt, Oswego, light.
Scow Wm. Wellhouse, Cleveland, coal.

CLEARED - - August 30

Str R. N. Rice, Cleveland, mdse.
Str. Milton D. Ward, Port Huron, mdse.
Str Dove, Amherstburg, mdse.
Str Inland Queen, Gibraltar, mdse.
Str Geo. S. Frost, Marine City, mdse.
Str Jay Cooke, Sandusky, mdse.
Steam barge Petronelle, Lexington, light.
Schr Corsican, Oswego, wheat.
Schr Sophia Smith, Rogers City, light.
Schr F. T. Church, Port Huron, light.
Schr Frank Crawford, Ogdensburg, light.
Schr A. Bradley, Devil River, light.
Schr Cortlandt, Ogdensburg, lumber.
Scow Wm. Wellhouse, Marblehead, light.
Scow Lily Fox, Cleveland, lumber.
Scow Julia Minor, Port Sanilac, light.


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Item Type:
Clippings
Date of Original:
Sep. 1, 1871
Local identifier:
GLN.20746
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Dave Swayze
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Sep. 1, 1871