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  • Flood Does Damage at Sheboygan
    NewspaperText  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 Mar 1913, p. 1, column 1     Flood Does Damage at Sheboygan

    Damage estimated at $100,000, was done when the ice went out of the Sheboygan river at noon on Friday. Half a hundred sailing vessels and steamers anchored in the river were carried down stream half a mile, dashed against each other and some were so ...

    NewspaperText  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 Mar 1913, p. 1, column 1   Flood Does Damage at Sheboygan

    Damage estimated at $100,000, was done when the ice went out of the Sheboygan river at noon on Friday. Half a hundred sailing vessels and ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 31 Jul 1897, p. 1, column 3
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    The steambarge Edward Buckley, Captain Chas. Gnewinch [sic: Gnewuch], has delivered a cargo of timber at Ashtabula from Manistee from the breakwater at that point.

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    The steambarge Edward Buckley, Captain Chas. Gnewinch [sic: Gnewuch], has delivered a cargo of timber at Ashtabula from Manistee from the breakwater at that point.

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  • About North Manitou Island
    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Oct 1911, p. 4, column 4     ABOUT NORTH MANITOU ISLAND. _______

    North Manitou is credited with an area of 14,000 acres, and is about seven miles from the mainland of Michigan. Practically the whole of it is the property of John Newland of Chicago, who has a fine orchard on a part of it. This produces ...

    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Oct 1911, p. 4, column 4   ABOUT NORTH MANITOU ISLAND. _______

    North Manitou is credited with an area of 14,000 acres, and is about seven miles from the mainland of Michigan. Practically the whole of it ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Tues., 23 Nov, 1858
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    ASHORE. - The schooner City of Toronto, Capt. George Goulding, went ashore on the piers on Thursday night about eleven o'clock, and now lays high on the rocks. She left Toronto Thursday morning, and encountered a heavy gale before getting half-way across the lake. She rode gallantly ...

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    ASHORE. - The schooner City of Toronto, Capt. George Goulding, went ashore on the piers on Thursday night about eleven o'clock, and now lays high on the rocks. She left ...

  • Ahnapee Record (Algoma, WI), Thursday, 25 May 1876, page 8
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  • Ahnapee Record (Algoma, WI), Thursday, 16 Nov 1876, page 8
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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Oct 1901
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    Capt. Chas. Gnewuch, of Manistee, is superintending the reconstruction of the steambarge Edward Buckley, of which he is owner and master. The craft is to have some new decks, deck frames, bulwarks planking and such other repairs as is necessary, as well as a thorough recalking.

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    Capt. Chas. Gnewuch, of Manistee, is superintending the reconstruction of the steambarge Edward Buckley, of which he is owner and master. The craft is to have some new decks, deck ...

  • Steamer Edward Buckley Sold
    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 11 May 1922, p. 8     Steamer Edward Buckley Sold

    The steamer Edward Buckley, which wintered at the yards of the L. D. Smith Dock company, has been sold by the National Transit Co. of Marinette to T. E. Millard, John Harckness and Jack Garroch of Sarnia, Canada.

    The boat is being gotten in ...

    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 11 May 1922, p. 8   Steamer Edward Buckley Sold

    The steamer Edward Buckley, which wintered at the yards of the L. D. Smith Dock company, has been sold by the National Transit Co. of Marinette ...

  • Gleaned From the Local Field
    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 28 Sep 1901, p. 1, column 2     Gleaned From the Local Field

    Capt. Jas. Brooks is first officer on Goodrich liner Atlanta.

    Most of the windbound fleet got away Wednesday morning.

    The tug Golden was in port Saturday for a short time while bound south.

    The coal dock of Leathem & Smith is ...

    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 28 Sep 1901, p. 1, column 2   Gleaned From the Local Field

    Capt. Jas. Brooks is first officer on Goodrich liner Atlanta.

    Most of the windbound fleet got away Wednesday morning.

    The tug Golden was in port ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Jun 1920, p. 3, column 1
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    The barge Halsted, Oscar Mattson commanding, left port Friday morning in tow of the steamer Edward Buckley for Indiana harbor, where the barge will take on a cargo of cement for Marinette. The Buckley in command of Capt. James Mlarnik arrived here from Nahma, where it took on a cargo ...

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    The barge Halsted, Oscar Mattson commanding, left port Friday morning in tow of the steamer Edward Buckley for Indiana harbor, where the barge will take on a cargo of cement ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 16 May 1918
    NewspaperText       The steamer Edward Buckley went into commission last week and is again in command of Capt. Fred Gunderson of Sheboygan. The Buckley is controlled by the National Transit Company of Gary, In....
    NewspaperText     The steamer Edward Buckley went into commission last week and is again in command of Capt. Fred Gunderson of Sheboygan. The Buckley is controlled by the National Transit Company of ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 May 1920, p. 8, column 1
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    The steamer Edward Buckley delivered her first cargo of cement at Green Bay for the season of 1920 on Saturday, passing thru here on her way from Indiana harbor on that day.

    The schooner Oscar Newhouse arrived in port Sunday with a cargo of salt for local dealers. Some of ...

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    The steamer Edward Buckley delivered her first cargo of cement at Green Bay for the season of 1920 on Saturday, passing thru here on her way from Indiana harbor on ...

  • Cargo of Cement Arrives
    NewspaperText  Door County News (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jun 1920, p. 2     Cargo of Cement Arrives

    The steamer Edward Buckley did not reach here until Saturday evening, and the work of unloading was not commenced until the following day. She had on 3,000 barrels of cement for the Fuller Goodman company, all of which has practically been sold to the ...

    NewspaperText  Door County News (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jun 1920, p. 2   Cargo of Cement Arrives

    The steamer Edward Buckley did not reach here until Saturday evening, and the work of unloading was not commenced until the following day. She had on ...

  • Door County News (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 22 Jul 1920, p. 2
    NewspaperText       The Fuller-Goodman company received another big cargo of cement on the steamer Edward Buckley which arrived in port on Sunday evening, this being the second consignment that the company has obtained in the past month. A large crew of men were put to work Monday morning unloading the boat. There ...
    NewspaperText     The Fuller-Goodman company received another big cargo of cement on the steamer Edward Buckley which arrived in port on Sunday evening, this being the second consignment that the company has ...
  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 2 Nov 1901, p. 1, column 1
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    The rebuild on the steambarge Edward Buckley at the shipyard has been completed and she cleared Thursday for Manistee to load lumber.

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    The rebuild on the steambarge Edward Buckley at the shipyard has been completed and she cleared Thursday for Manistee to load lumber.

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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 2 Sep 1909, p. 1
    NewspaperGenealogical Resource      

    Capt. Chas. Gnewuch died at his home in Manistee on Wednesday night of last week, aged 72 years. Captain Gnewuch was one of the oldest and best known masters on Lake Michigan on which body of water he had sailed for upward of half a century. He was part owner ...

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    Capt. Chas. Gnewuch died at his home in Manistee on Wednesday night of last week, aged 72 years. Captain Gnewuch was one of the oldest and best known masters on ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 7 May 1920, p. 6
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    The lumber carrier I. W. Stephenson passed thru here Saturday bound for Milwaukee where it will enter the shipyard for extensive work which will require several weeks. The Stephenson intended stopping here and having the work done at the Universal but the local shipyard was unable to take the ...

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    The lumber carrier I. W. Stephenson passed thru here Saturday bound for Milwaukee where it will enter the shipyard for extensive work which will require several weeks. The Stephenson intended ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 10 Mar 1910, p. 1, column 2
    NewspaperText       The shipyard is certainly a busy place these days and everybody is on the hop, skip and jump from whistle to whistle. The work of tearing down the lightships is being pushed and a couple of them have little left above the water. They will be docked as soon as ...
    NewspaperText     The shipyard is certainly a busy place these days and everybody is on the hop, skip and jump from whistle to whistle. The work of tearing down the lightships is ...
  • Purchased the Buckley
    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 May 1922, p. 5, column 3     Purchased the Buckley

    The steamer Edw. Buckley, owned by the National Transit Co. of Mari­nette, and which wintered at the Smith Dock Company's yard in this city, was sold Monday to C. E. Mil­liard, John Garrach and John Hochness of Sarnia, Canada. The boat will be placed in the ...

    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 May 1922, p. 5, column 3   Purchased the Buckley

    The steamer Edw. Buckley, owned by the National Transit Co. of Mari­nette, and which wintered at the Smith Dock Company's yard in this city, was sold Monday ...

  • Sheboygan Notes
    NewspaperText  Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 May 1912, p. 12, column 3     SHEBOYGAN NOTES

    The schooner J. H. Stevens left last week for Two Rivers to have her new engine installed.

    The schooner Rosa Bell and Petrel have been fitted out and left port on Saturday. The former left for Boyne City and the latter for Charlevoix.

    The well known ...

    NewspaperText  Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 May 1912, p. 12, column 3   SHEBOYGAN NOTES

    The schooner J. H. Stevens left last week for Two Rivers to have her new engine installed.

    The schooner Rosa Bell and Petrel have been fitted out and ...

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