The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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Chicago
  
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1890-1899
  
  • Chief Justice Waite (Steamboat), U125281, sunk, 1 Sep 1899
        Reason: sunk
    Remarks: Total loss
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      Reason: sunk
    Remarks: Total loss
    ...
  • Ivanhoe (Steamboat), U100042, fire, 28 Sep 1899
        Reason: fire
    Remarks: Total loss ?
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      Reason: fire
    Remarks: Total loss ?
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  • The Great Whale Back Steamer, World's Columbian Exposition
        "9056. The Great Whale Back Seamer, World's Columbian Exposition" "Copyright 1894 by B. W. Kilburn" Reverse: Photographed and Published by B.W. Kilburn - Littleton, N.H."
      "9056. The Great Whale Back Seamer, World's Columbian Exposition" "Copyright 1894 by ...
  • Steamer Lady Elgin
        "Steamer Lady Elgin. Wrecked off Winnetka, September 8, 1860, by collision with schooner Augusta. 400 passengers on board -- only 98 saved. From a photograph taken as the steamer lay in the Chicago river, between Clark and La Salle streets, September 7, 1860, the day before the disaster. Copy obtained ...
      "Steamer Lady Elgin. Wrecked off Winnetka, September 8, 1860, by collision with ...
  • Loading the Great Whaleback Ship at the Famous Grain Elevators, Chicago
        "Loading the Great Whaleback Ship at the Famous Grain Elevators, Chicago, U.S.A. copyright, 1895 by Geo. Barker; Geo. Barker, Photographer, Strohmeyer & Wyman Publishers; Grand Diamond Badge Prize; Eleven First Prize Medals; Sold by Underwood & Underwood, New York, Liverpool, Toronto Canada, Ottawa Kansas" Reverse: "Loading the Great Whaleback Ship ...
      "Loading the Great Whaleback Ship at the Famous Grain Elevators, Chicago, U.S.A. ...
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