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Kingston Newspaper clippings

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Ogdensburg Journal (Ogdensburg, NY), 25 Dec 1889 
TextNewspapers  Ogdensburg Journal (Ogdensburg, NY), 25 Dec 1889,   (newspaper and date not positively known) The Armstrong Abandoned. It has come at last. Wrecker Leslie has finally succumbed to the inevitable and that stage in the wrecking operations on the steamer Armstrong, which many predicted would arrive months ago, was staved off until last night. Then...
Ogdensburg Journal (Ogdensburg, NY), 10 Dec 1910 
TextNewspapers  Ogdensburg Journal (Ogdensburg, NY), 10 Dec 1910,   p.5 BARGE STRIKES SHOAL AND SINKS. The Parsons With Cargo Of Coal From Chaumont. Word was received by telephone from Alexandria Bay yesterday that the barge, The Parsons, had sunk in the St. Lawrence early in the day. The vessel is owned by the People's Milling company of Chaumont and was ...
Ogdensburg Journal (Ogdensburg, NY), 24 Jan 1912 
TextNewspapers  Ogdensburg Journal (Ogdensburg, NY), 24 Jan 1912,   p.4 ACTIVE CAREER OF CAPT. PARSONS. Captain John Parsons who has just died at his home in Oswego, had a long and stirring career as a follower of inland and deep sea navigation. Born in Yarmouth, England, Oct. 8, 1831, Captain Parsons was apprenticed when a boy of 12 years of age to the master...
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Kingston Newspaper clippings