The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Decade:  1890 
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History of Detroit and Wayne County and Early Michigan 
Web site/pageText  1890 
Around the Lakes 
TextImage  1894  ...,834,247 1892. 92,911 78,439 89,000 201,633 1,163,930 578,033 1,296,431 91,337 359,827 119,170 71,409 87,500 45,000 147,600 1,347,992 610,609 1,312,658 401,683 125,000 4,070,710 4,149,451 1891. 122,515 122,000 14,910 250,812 1,114,762 597,617 903,957 1890. 252,916 129,000 3,508,489 110,740 115,000 1,200 210...
American Steam Vessels 
Text  1895  ...Atlantic Coast Lighthouse Supply Steamer Armeria, 1890....
Robertson's Landmarks of Toronto 
Web site/pageText  1896  The chapters of this classic local history that deal with Toronto harbour as well as the shipping lines that ran to it. Lines included the Royal Mail Line of the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company, the Niagara Navigation Company and the Hamilton Steamboat Compay.
Prominent Men of the Great Lakes 
Web site/pageNewspapersText  2 Oct 1897 - 2 Jul 1898  .... and for the Great Lakes in 1890. He was popular as a steamboat master, and prudent, having no accident costing a dollar. He joined the 39th Battalion Norfolk Rifles in 1880 and was gazetted Lieutenant of No. 7 Company. Three persons he saved from a watery grave - W. J. Brunsill in the Humber River, William Franks...
History of the Great Lakes. Volume I 
Web site/pageText  1898 
History of the Great Lakes. Volume II 
Web site/pageText  1898  ... Farnham, and then held the same position on the Eber Ward. When about twenty-seven years of age he was made chief of the steamer A.A. Turner, afterward acting in the same capacity on the Huntress, and in 1890 went to Sault Ste. Marie and took charge of the tug Clara Heckler as captain for the season...
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Historical Documents