The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 Dec 1912

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Dec. 24, 1912

p.6 Lives and Vessels - Navigation Ends with Decreased Toll - list of total losses for 1912 - Iona, burned on Lake Ontario May 20th.

Dec. 26, 1912


Dec. 27, 1912

p.6 Soo Canal Traffic - annual report.

Dec. 28, 1912

p.1 Some Marked Changes in Steamer Routes -

p.3 The Fleet of Vessels Laid Up in Kingston Harbor For the Winter - craft of Donnelly Wrecking company - steamer Donnelly and Saginaw at waterworks wharf; lighter Grantham of Donnelly Co. at wharf of K. & P. R.R. Co.; schooners Eccles, Merrill, Andrews, St. Louis; Cornwall at Garden Island.

Dec. 30, 1912

p.1 The Late Capt. A. Beaupre - worked for Pittsburgh Steamship Co.

Dec. 31, 1912

p.8 The Late Capt. Alfred Beaupre -

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 Dec 1912