British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Jan 1907
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p.4 Caught In Ice Floe - at Ogdensburg ice below dam broke up and lodged at bridge, flooding boathouses; steamer Armstrong broke a channel from St. Lawrence to bridge; the flood of ice caught the schooners and barges in winter quarters at Hannan's dock and snapping their lines carried them into the channel; the steamer Belleville bringing passengers from Prescott for the New York Central trains got caught in floe and had to be released by Armstrong. [Ogdensburg Advance]
p.5 Made Fine Trip - steamer Pierrepont, Capt. Carnegie, left yesterday at 9 a.m. and took many passengers to Cape, returning to Folger's wharf at 6:45 p.m.
p.8 Steamer Did Not Come Over - steamer Wolfe Islander did not come to Kingston because of storm.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes