The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), Apr. 24, 1875

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Yesterday's River Jottings. - The scows Dolphin and Kate Williams have gone into the upper dry-dock.

The steam barge Florence arrived with wood from Mt. Clemens.

The steam barge Alexander leaves for Chatham this morning for a cargo of wood.

The tug Jerome leaves for Wallaceburg this morning with three barges.

The old barge United is being recalked at the gas works.

The schooner Fame - three-master - is at the gas works dock.

The steam barge Dominion will leave for Chatham this morning for wood.

The tug Mayflower will be out in two weeks.

The engineers and carpenters are at work on the tug Brady.

The Canadian schooner Cambria is receiving new topsides at Beaubien's dock.

Quite a fleet of scows, laden with stone, passed up during the day.

The harbor tug Red Wing arrived up with a tow.

The lumber barge Genesee Chief is at Beaubien's dock, repainted and ready for business.

The tug Pringle will leave her moorings next week.

The steam barge Josephine, with stone from Sibley's quarry, arrived in the afternoon.

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Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), Apr. 24, 1875