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  • Northern Transportation Company
    NewspaperText  Daily Journal (Ogdensburg, NY), 10 Apr 1868     Northern Transportation Company _____

    Since the reorganization of the Northern Transportation Company, its business has gradually and steadily increased, until it now stands second to none of the transit lines between the East and West. A few figures will show the increase of ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Journal (Ogdensburg, NY), 10 Apr 1868   Northern Transportation Company _____

    Since the reorganization of the Northern Transportation Company, its business has gradually and steadily increased, until it now stands second to none of the transit lines ...

  • Arrival of Iron City from Lake Superior -- Accident
    NewspaperText  Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 18 Oct 1861, p. 3     Arrival of the Iron City from Lake Superior.--Accident

    The steamer Iron City arrived from Lake Superior, last evening, at 6 o'clock, being detained beyond her regular time by an accident, which happened to her on the way up, at Portage Entry -- had an inboard shaft and cross head ...

    NewspaperText  Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 18 Oct 1861, p. 3   Arrival of the Iron City from Lake Superior.--Accident

    The steamer Iron City arrived from Lake Superior, last evening, at 6 o'clock, being detained beyond her regular time by an accident, ...

  • Arrival of a Raft from Saginaw
    NewspaperText  Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 1 Aug 1862, p. 3     Arrival of a Raft from Saginaw

    The largest raft that ever floated on any of our great inland lakes, left Saginaw on Saturday last for the ports of Buffalo, Toledo and Cleveland, towed by the tug Canadian. From Lake Huron it was towed by the tug John Martin ...

    NewspaperText  Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 1 Aug 1862, p. 3   Arrival of a Raft from Saginaw

    The largest raft that ever floated on any of our great inland lakes, left Saginaw on Saturday last for the ports of Buffalo, Toledo ...

  • For La Point, Bayfield and Superior City
    NewspaperText  Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 6 May 1862, p. 3    

    For La Point, Bayfield and Superior City.--We are informed by Mr. H. Garretson, the Agent of Ward's Line of Lake Superior steamers, that it is the intention to run the steamer "Water Witch" to La Point, Bayfield and the city of Superior. This will be, so far as we are ...

    NewspaperText  Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 6 May 1862, p. 3  

    For La Point, Bayfield and Superior City.--We are informed by Mr. H. Garretson, the Agent of Ward's Line of Lake Superior steamers, that it is the intention to run the ...

  • Detroit Line
    NewspaperText  Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 6 Sep 1862, p. 3, column 1    

    DETROIT LINE.--The new steamer Morning Star is now running regularly on the Cleveland and Detroit Line. She is commanded by that experienced sailor and perfect gentleman, Capt. Viger, lately of the May Queen, than whom there is no greater favorite among Lake captains. The Morning Star ...

    NewspaperText  Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 6 Sep 1862, p. 3, column 1  

    DETROIT LINE.--The new steamer Morning Star is now running regularly on the Cleveland and Detroit Line. She is commanded by that experienced sailor and perfect gentleman, Capt. Viger, lately of ...

  • Ocean Steamers en route for Chicago
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 20 Jun 1867, p. 7    

    OCEAN STEAMERS EN ROUTE FOR CHICAGO.--The Cleveland Herald of Monday evening says:

    "The steam tug Admiral D. D. Porter, Captain Higgins, form New York, came into port Saturday night, and after remaining a few hours for coal, passed on to Chicago.

    "Sunday ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 20 Jun 1867, p. 7  

    OCEAN STEAMERS EN ROUTE FOR CHICAGO.--The Cleveland Herald of Monday evening says:

    "The steam tug Admiral D. D. Porter, Captain Higgins, form New York, came into port Saturday night, and ...

  • The Schooner Hastings
    NewspaperText  Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), 6 Dec 1867    

    The Schooner Hastings. - For the past two or three days we have been forborne allusion to the case of the Hastings, Captain Chalmer's vessel, being extremely unwilling to increase the anxiety of those whose friends made up her crew, and furthermore, hoping to hear of her safety. A week ...

    NewspaperText  Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), 6 Dec 1867  

    The Schooner Hastings. - For the past two or three days we have been forborne allusion to the case of the Hastings, Captain Chalmer's vessel, being extremely unwilling to increase ...

  • Schooner Floretta Log For 1869
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