The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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  • Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), July 18, 1850
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  • Rochester Advertiser (Rochester, NY), Mon., April 20, 1850
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    Wreck of a Genesee Steamer -- We understand that Mr. Snow, of the lake House, and some other gentlemen residing at the mouth of the Genesee River, purchased a few days since a fine little steamer called the Utica, at Sackets Harbor, designed to be used on our River and ...

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    Wreck of a Genesee Steamer -- We understand that Mr. Snow, of the lake House, and some other gentlemen residing at the mouth of the Genesee River, purchased a few ...

  • Watertown Times (Watertown, NY), [No Date]
    TextNewspaper       Pioneer Steamboats on the Great Lakes

    Dr. W. K. Burr in the Picton Times

    The first steamboat! Look; see how it moves on the water- the first steamboat on the Great Lakes. What a wold of thought is expressed in that one sentence the first steamboat.

    The revival- the ...

    TextNewspaper     Pioneer Steamboats on the Great Lakes

    Dr. W. K. Burr in the Picton Times

    The first steamboat! Look; see how it moves on the water- the first steamboat on the ...

  • Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), April 29, 1850
    TextNewspaper       The Washington Boat Yard

    Few of our readers are aware of the immense business done at this yard, which fast affords the opportunity to note the praise-worthy enterprise of the proprietors, Messrs. J.P. & G. W. Milliner. The yard is located west of our city, and its grounds are one ...

    TextNewspaper     The Washington Boat Yard

    Few of our readers are aware of the immense business done at this yard, which fast affords the opportunity to note the praise-worthy enterprise of the ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sept. 25, 1850
    TextNewspaper       City Ship Chandlery Establishment

    First Street, East Oswego By W. S. Malcolm. RIGGING OF ALL KINDS

    Hambroline, Murline, Twine and Palms, Needles, Spunyarn, ...

    TextNewspaper     City Ship Chandlery Establishment

    First Street, East Oswego By W. S. Malcolm. RIGGING OF ALL KINDS

    Hambroline, Murline, Twine and Palms, Needles, Spunyarn, ...

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