The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Oct. 20, 1901

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The wrecker Reliable, with steam pumps and a diver, left late yesterday afternoon to raise one of C. H. Little's sandsuckers, which swamped near the canal on Lake St. Clair.

John Nevin, of Cleveland,, was the sailor lost overboard from the steamer Rhodes when off Ft. Gratiot lightship Friday. The captain of the Rhodes said he did everything possible, but that Nevin did not come to the surface.

The whaleback steamer Thomas Wilson, which for nearly a week was aground on the rocks near Bailey's Harbor, has been docked at South Chicago, where she was taken by the steamer Mataafa and wrecker Favorite. It is not thought that the Wilson is as badly damaged as first reported.

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Dave Swayze
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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Oct. 20, 1901