The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
The Dixon Burned 
newspapertext"The Dixon Burned," Evening News (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 20 Aug 1903
Scanner, v. 21, no. 7 (April 1989) 
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James C. Lockwood Collection 
still imagetext The schooner documents you are viewing where found by Ken Dickson when he was visiting Milan, Ohio years ago. They were in two old oak barrels in an old Milan Canal warehouse, probably owned by J. C. Lockwood. Over the years he has sorted through them and put the documents in 15 binders by vessel...
Death of J. C. Lockwood 
newspapertext"Death of J. C. Lockwood," Norwalk Daily Reflector, 6 Dec 1890
[illegible] to Mystic, Receipt 
text 1/2 cord of mixed wood
A Gager to S. A. Wood, Receipt 
text Supplies
A. A. Turner, Tug to Jura, Receipt 
text Towing from Lake Huron to Lake Erie
A. Andrews Jr. to Mystic, Bill of Lading 
text Shipped 30,977 M feet oak lumber to BuffaloMaster: Seth Lee
A. B. Ward, Tug to Russell Dart, Receipt 
text Towing
A. B. Ward, Tug to Russell Dart, Receipt 
text Towing
A. Burton Tug to John B. Wilbor, Receipt 
text Towing
A. C. Sheldon to S. A. Wood, Accounts 
text Supplies
A. C. Sheldon to Jura, Receipt 
text Supplies
A. G. Van Shaick Tug to John B. Wilbor, Receipt 
text Towing
A. G. Van Shaick Tug to John B. Wilbor, Receipt 
text Towing
A. G. Van Shaick Tug to John B. Wilbor, Receipt 
text Towing
A. J. Black to S. A. Wood, Receipt 
text 4 days labor repairing sail
A. J. Hand & co. to Jura, Receipt 
text Commission for cargo from Toledo
A. L. Griffin, Tug to Mystic, Receipt 
text Towing
A. L. Griffin, Tug to Mystic, Receipt 
text Towing
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