14 Dec 1863
1873 The four chapters from the volume that deal with the early history of shipping into the Toronto harbour.
1884 Sections of the book that cover the Chicago harbour
...X13 105x24 173x32
57x16 198x37 324x42
74x19 196x36 134X25 209x34 139x26 275x42
46x10 137x26 105x24 151x31 186x25 136x26 119
45X12 187x32 198x26 222X35
46xlO 182x30 119
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.
2 Oct 1897 - 2 Jul 1898
...." The final issue, July 2, 1898 was untitled and had but one captain's biography. It was, however, undoubtedly written by John A. Copland and intended for this series.
errors in the original articles, regarding spellings and dates, have been corrected, and the original text
has been reformatted...
... York State. Early Passenger Men and Ways 119
Chap. XII.-First Railways to Lewiston. Expansion Required. The Renown of the Let-Her-B. A Critic of Plimsoll 134
Chap. XIII.-Winter and Whisky in Scotland. Rail Arrives at Lewiston Dock. How Cibola got Her Name. On the U. E. Loyalist Route. Ongiara...
1983 This is essentially the thesis that was submitted to the Department of History at Queen's University for the degree of Masters of Arts in 1983. Chapter 5 is slightly revised based on the minor revisions in its published form as "The Canadian Navigation Company, 1861-1875" FreshWater, v. 1, n. 1...
1987 This article appears on the 'net essentially as it originally appeared in FreshWater, vol. 2, no. 1 (Summer 1987): 28-39. A few of the notes have been altered to reflect the change of name of the National Archives of Canada (NAC) from the Public Archives of Canada (PAC), and the subsequent...
... involved in the Champlain and St. Lawrence Railway, and, it is reputed that the Dorchester, that company's first locomotive, was re-assembled by its British engineer in their shops. (119
Although before 1838 the trade in marine engines was dominated by the Eagle and St. Mary...
Sep 1987 "Before 1841 propeller-driven steamboats were virtually unknown on the Great Lakes. Suddenly, that summer, propellers (as they came to be better known) began to enter the waters of Lake Ontario at Kingston. Before the Vandalia appeared on her trial trips in late November, at least four propellers...
... decade. This electronic version of the text
is an attempt to bring his work to a wider audience.
Ivan was a ship enthusiast from his teen years, served in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War Two and in 1947 joined the staff of the Steel Company of Canada Ltd. Before his passing in the spring...