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  • YORK STATE and others ashore
    Image       Reverse stamp: Photographed by Blakeslee & Moore Ashtabula Ohio
    Image     Reverse stamp: Photographed by Blakeslee & Moore Ashtabula Ohio
  • Str. City of Detroit III Hurricane Deck
    Image       Photograph from the Hurricane Deck of the steamboat CITY OF DETROIT III on her trials. She ran over the steambarge JOSEPH C. SUIT the wreck of which can be off on the left side of the image.
    Image     Photograph from the Hurricane Deck of the steamboat CITY OF DETROIT III on her trials. She ran over the steambarge JOSEPH C. SUIT the wreck of which can be off ...
  • DANIEL G. FORT and BALTIC at Oswego, 27 Nov 1894
    Image       Black and white photograph of the schooners DANIEL G. FORT and BALTIC ashore near Oswego on 27 Nov. 1894.
    Image     Black and white photograph of the schooners DANIEL G. FORT and BALTIC ashore near Oswego on 27 Nov. 1894.
  • DANIEL G. FORT and BALTIC at Oswego, 27 Nov 1894
    Image       Black and white photograph of a crowd looking on at the schooners DANIEL G. FORT and BALTIC ashore near Oswego on 27 Nov. 1894. The harbor can be seen to the west in the background.
    Image     Black and white photograph of a crowd looking on at the schooners DANIEL G. FORT and BALTIC ashore near Oswego on 27 Nov. 1894. The harbor can be seen to ...
  • The "Earl Cathcart" Steamer
    NewspaperImage  Fitzgunne, G. H., Illustrated London News, 13 Jul 1850, p. 41     THE "EARL CATHCART." STEAMER. (From Correspondent.)

    THE accompanying Engraving shows the Earl Cathcart steamer, with troops board from Montreal to Port Stanley, en route to London, Canada West, as she appeared hard and fast among the islands of the river St. Lawrence. The ...

    NewspaperImage  Fitzgunne, G. H., Illustrated London News, 13 Jul 1850, p. 41   THE "EARL CATHCART." STEAMER. (From Correspondent.)

    THE accompanying Engraving shows the Earl Cathcart steamer, with troops board from Montreal to Port Stanley, en route to London, Canada West, as she ...

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