The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Tug PROTECTOR departing Kincardine Harbour. 
ImageWas Contributed?    The tug PROTECTOR is seen departing the port of Kincardine.
The tallship Peacemaker, in Windsor 
ImageWas Contributed?  20 Jun 2014,   The tallship Peacemaker sailed into Windsor to visit on June 20th, 2014.
Normil Barge 
ImageWas Contributed?  c1940-45,   The barge Normil at Michipicoten Harbour, (Wawa Ontario) moored at the Ore docks. c. 1940 to 1945. The man in the photo is Ulric Dubé. This photo is from the personal Dubé Family Archives.
ImageWas Contributed?  c1938-42,   The Norco at Michipicoten Harbour, (Wawa Ontario) moored at the Ore docks. c. 1938 and 1942. This photo is from the personal Dubé Family Archives.
Ship's Dining Room 
ImageWas Contributed?  c1906-11,   Black and white photograph of a ships dining room with tables set for dinner taken sometime between 1906 and 1911. Ship was running from Owen Sound to at least Meldrum Bay on the Manitoulin. Napoléon Dubé is the smaller man next to the man in the dark suit.
Swabbing the decks - tallship Peacemaker 
ImageWas Contributed?  14 Jun 2014  The crew of the tallship Peacemaker complete a cleanup of the decks before the start of public tours. Of note here, the ship's dimensions are listed on the poster. June 20th, 2014
Reggeborg - First arrival in Great Lakes 
ImageWas Contributed?  23 Jun 2014  The Reggeborg, of the Wagenborg fleet, makes her maiden trip through the Great Lakes. Seen here at anchor, Port of Windsor, June 23rd, 2014. Note that her new paint is already rubbed and scratched from the locks.
The Rt Hon Paul Martin, CSL line 
ImageWas Contributed?  2014  A bow shot of the The Rt Hon Paul Martin, of the CSL line, as she rounds a bend in the Detroit River.
A View of Fort George, Navy Hall and New Niagara, taken from the Un. States Fort of Old Niagara Apl. 20th 1804 
ImageWas Contributed?  20 Apr 1804  Occupied by U.S. troops from May to December 1813, Fort George (left) was abandoned and burned on December 10. Unfortunately, so too was the village of Niagara (right) putting its inhabitants out in the winter cold. Fort Niagara (right foreground) was assaulted and captured by British troops...
Windsor Salt Mines dock - closed by ice 
ImageWas Contributed?  Dec 2010  December 2010 - the Windsor Salt Mines loading dock, where lake freighters normally pick up loads of rock salt, was closed by the river ice piling up in the Detroit river.
Glenmavis and Glenlivet 
ImageWas Contributed?  early 1920s  The canallers GLENMAVIS and GLENLIVET and some of the rest of the Great Lakes Transportation Co., Ltd fleet in winter quarters at Midland in the early 1920s.
ImageWas Contributed?  before 1918  Black and white photograph of the Minnesota Steamship Company steamboat MANOLA
ImageWas Contributed?    a tanker in ice
ACADIAN passing the CONISCLIFFE HALL in the Cornwall Canal 
ImageWas Contributed?  c1953  Black and white photograph of the downbound Canada Steamship Line canaller ACADIAN (to the right) passing the upbound Hall Company canaller CONISCLIFF HALL in the Cornwall Canal near Dickinson's Landing, below Lock 21. The tiny figure in the middle of the ACADIAN is checking the "all clear" as...
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