The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Newspaper clippings

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Watertown Times (Watertown, NY), Nov. 29, 1860 
TextNewspapers  Watertown Times (Watertown, NY), Nov. 29, 1860,   The storm of Saturday and Sunday was a most terrible one on the Lakes, and we hear of disasters in all quarters. The Revolving Light, of Henderson, loaded with wheat, and the Minnehaha, of Detroit, bound for Ogdensburgh, loaded with corn, went ashore at Cape Vincent, with others, names unknown....
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), October 28, 1908 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), October 28, 1908,   Kingston, Ont., Oct. 28. -- The steam barge FRED MERCUR, loaded with coal, from Oswego, has gone ashore near Cape Vincent in a fog. She belongs to the Hall Company of new York. The steamer CITY OF NEW YORK, is ashore near Hallidays Point, eight miles down the river, on her way to Kingston....
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), May 4, 1895 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), May 4, 1895,   Oswego, May 4. --The small passenger steamer GUIDE burned and sank at her dock here last night. She is owned by Emma B. Newman of Cape Vincent, and was valued at $8,000. ...
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Kingston Newspaper clippings