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  • Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Nov. 20, 1945
    TextNewspaper       Harbor Bay Took Name From Wreck _______ Schooner Grampus Went Ashore Under Fort in Fall of 1846 _______

    Speculation along the waterfront always has been rife as to the origin of the name of Grampus Bay, that cove lying west of the embankment of Fort Ontario, on ...

    TextNewspaper     Harbor Bay Took Name From Wreck _______ Schooner Grampus Went Ashore Under Fort in Fall of 1846 _______

    Speculation along the waterfront always has been rife as to the origin ...

  • Globe (Toronto, ON), Monday, May 4, 1914
    TextNewspaper       The Chances Sailors Take _______

    News from the Bay of Quinte of the safety of the schooner William Jamieson relieved the fear that another tragedy has been added to the long list that saddens the story of the lakes. Under-manned schooners have sailed, are sailing, and will ...

    TextNewspaper     The Chances Sailors Take _______

    News from the Bay of Quinte of the safety of the schooner William Jamieson relieved the fear that another tragedy has been added to the ...

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