The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Newspaper clippings

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Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 27 Sep, 1875 
TextNewspapers  Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 27 Sep, 1875,   In my opinion this is a very fair assessment of the towbarge situation. Dozens of wooden vessels wrecked during the last half of the nineteenth century were reported to have been in appalling condition when examined. The 20-year-old SOPHIA SMITH (US#22271), ashore on Pte Aux Barques since Sep 9, ...
Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), Aug. 9, 1886 
TextNewspapers  Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), Aug. 9, 1886,   *not cargo, but plating from the vessel's iron hull. The SCOTIA (US#115271), sister of the iron package freighters JAVA, CUBA and RUSSIA, was 231 feet and 1502 gt. She was built by King Iron Co., Buffalo, in 1873 and went ashore in a gale Oct. 24, 1884.
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Kingston Newspaper clippings