The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Ohio Canal
    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 23 May 1826    

    Ohio Canal.--This link in the great chain of internal improvements is in a state of forwardness towards completion, and it is expected the section terminating in lake Erie will be navigable the ensuing fall. Cleveland is situated at this junction, and is making rapid strides in its ...

    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 23 May 1826  

    Ohio Canal.--This link in the great chain of internal improvements is in a state of forwardness towards completion, and it is expected the section terminating in lake Erie will be ...

  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 14 Nov 1820, p. 1, column 2
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    During the gale on Saturday night last, three vessels came ashore at this place - the American Eagle, the William, and the Washington, The American Eagle arrived here on Saturday morning, from Buffalo, with a very valuable cargo of merchandize, salt, &c., which was safely landed, except part of ...

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    During the gale on Saturday night last, three vessels came ashore at this place - the American Eagle, the William, and the Washington, The American Eagle arrived here on Saturday ...

  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 10 Jan 1821, p. 3, column 2
    Newspaper       We are authorized to give notice, that the new Schooner, built by Mr. James Short, for Philo Taylor, Esq., will be launched on Tuesday, the 17th inst., at 2 o'clock, P.M....
    Newspaper     We are authorized to give notice, that the new Schooner, built by Mr. James Short, for Philo Taylor, Esq., will be launched on Tuesday, the 17th inst., at 2 o'clock, ...
  • Launch
    Newspaper  Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 17 Apr 1821, p. 3, column 1     A new schooner, built by Capt. D. Tylee, for Mr. John Burtis, of this village, was launched on Saturday last. She is called the Lake Serpent....
    Newspaper  Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 17 Apr 1821, p. 3, column 1   A new schooner, built by Capt. D. Tylee, for Mr. John Burtis, of this village, was launched on Saturday last. She is called the Lake Serpent....
  • Launch
    Newspaper  Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 24 Apr 1821, p. 2, column 4     LAUNCH The schooner, built for Philo Taylor, Esq., called the Prudence, (which was to have been launched on the 17th inst., but postponed in consequence of the inclemency of the weather) was launched on Thursday last. She is a fine vessel, and glided into her destined element in handsome style ...
    Newspaper  Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 24 Apr 1821, p. 2, column 4   LAUNCH The schooner, built for Philo Taylor, Esq., called the Prudence, (which was to have been launched on the 17th inst., but postponed in consequence of the inclemency of the ...
  • Pier Company
    Newspaper  Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 24 Apr 1821, p. 4, column 2     PIER COMPANY

    Notice is hereby given that the annual election for Directors of the Cleaveland Pier Company, will be holden at the Courthouse, in this village, in the first Monday of May next, at 3 o'clock, P.M. A general attendance is requested,

    Noble H. Merwin, ...

    Newspaper  Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 24 Apr 1821, p. 4, column 2   PIER COMPANY

    Notice is hereby given that the annual election for Directors of the Cleaveland Pier Company, will be holden at the Courthouse, in this village, in the first Monday ...

  • Sandusky Clarion, 22 Oct 1825, p. 3
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    A heavy blow commenced on the evening of the 15th, which continued with great violence until the 18th. the wind was principally from the north and north west. We learn that it was very severe upon the shipping down the lake; but the particulars, and the extent of injury done, ...

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    A heavy blow commenced on the evening of the 15th, which continued with great violence until the 18th. the wind was principally from the north and north west. We learn ...

  • Gale at Buffalo
    NewspaperText  Evening Post (New York, NY), 2 Jul 1827, p. 1    

    From the Buffalo Journal, June 26.

    Gale at Buffalo.--This place was visited on Friday last by one of the severest gales ever known at this season of the year. The wind was from the south west, and drove the water with great violence into the creek, ...

    NewspaperText  Evening Post (New York, NY), 2 Jul 1827, p. 1  

    From the Buffalo Journal, June 26.

    Gale at Buffalo.--This place was visited on Friday last by one of the severest gales ever known at this season of the year. ...

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