The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Image  c1914  Photograph of the Canada Steamship Lines steamboat NORTH KING at what appears to be Rockport, ON.
Image  1936  Photograph of the oil tanker J. OSWALD BOYD The J. OSWALD BOYD was built for the Mexican oil trade, but was wrecked on Simmons Reef near the Beaver Islands in Lake Michigan in December 1936. "Operated by Jos. F. O'Boyle Oil Transportation 15 Moore St. N.Y."
ImageMysteries  1924-31  Photograph of Mathews Steamship Company canaller BIRCHTON, probably in one of the Saint Lawrence canals.
ImageMysteries  c1920s  Photograph of the Keystone Transport Company canaller KEYWEST
Image  1916-20  Photograph of the Imperial Oil, Ltd. canal sized oil tanker IOCOMA Dating based on the description of the vessel in Scanner, v. 14, n. 8 (May 1982), Ship of the Month, Ship of the Month No. 111, IMPERIAL WHITBY
Steamboat RIVERSIDE 
Image  c1905  Black and white photograph of the passenger steamboat RIVERSIDE posed with passengers and crew lining the decks. RIVERSIDE was rebuilt in Cape Vincent in 1904.
Image  between 1924-1928  Black and white photograph of the Thousand Island Navigation Company steamboat MISSISQUOI Owned by the Thousand Islands Navigation Company from 1924 until she burned in 1928. There is a version of the photograph that clearly shows the Gananoque Inn in the background, owned by Clark Carnegie....
Steamboat COALFAX at Belleville 
Image  July 1962  Colour photograph of the Hall Corp. of Canada steamer COALFAX in Belleville, ON Owned by Hall from 1957 to 1967
Steamboat KINGSTON at Kingston 
Image  c1906  Black and white postcard of the Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company passenger steamboat KINGSTON Canadian stamp; additional frankings include Buffalo, NY 1 Jul 1906, Washington DC, 2 Jul 1906
Steamer PORT COLBORNE loading cement at Port Colborne 
Image  1911  Black and white photograph of the PORT COLBORNE loading cement at Port Colborne.
Stamp of Steamer MAYFLOWER Montreal 
Object  c1856-60  Property stamp from the steamboat MAYFLOWER of Montreal.
Schooner and steamer at Delaware & Hudson Canal Company's coal dock in Oswego, NY 
ImageComments  c1890s  Black and white photograph of a schooner and steamboat lying at the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Coal Dock in Oswego, NY The Delaware and Hudson Canal Company dropped the Canal from its name in 1898. It delivered coal to Oswego via the New York and Oswego Midland Railroad.
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