The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Subject:  Steamboats  Year:  1829  Sort by:  Relevance
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Henry Clay (Steamboat), 7 May 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ...; May 7, 1829 3-2       . . . . . ...
Enterprize (Steamboat), 5 Feb 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ... to be ready for service by the 20th of May.       Cleveland Weekly Herald       Thursday, February 5, 1829       . . . . . &...
Niagara (Steamboat), 7 May 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ...The NIAGARA, Capt. Pease is we understand, is in order to sail on the disappearance of the ice. She is well appointed, well found, and favorably known to the public. She is low pressure.       Erie Weekly Gazette       May 7, 1829...
William Penn (Steamboat), 7 May 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ... as the ice leaves port.       Erie Weekly Gazette       May 7, 1829 3-2       . . . . . ...
Pioneer (Steamboat), 7 May 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ...The PIONEER, Capt. Naper, Buffalo and Dunkirk boat, is now getting ready, and will sail as soon as she can crowd through the ice.       Erie Weekly Gazette       May 7, 1829 3-2       . . . . . ...
Superior (Steamboat), 7 May 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ...The SUPERIOR, Capt. W. Sherman, is now undergoing repairs, and will receive new boilers, and be ready about the middle of June. This is a large, staunch and strong boat, and low pressure.       Erie Weekly Gazette       May 7, 1829...
Winnebago Chief (Steamboat), 1 Jun 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ... than at any other place on the lakes, and for much less than they can be purchased and transported from Pittsburg or Albany.       Cleveland Weekly Herald       Thursday, June 18, 1829 p.3 c.1 ...
William Peacock (Steamboat), 1 May 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ...There is a new boat building at Portland, to ply as a packet between this port and that place.       Erie Gazette       May 7, 1829     &#160...
Enterprise (Steamboat), 5 Feb 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ... to be ready for service by the 20th of May.       Cleveland Weekly Herald       Thursday, February 5, 1829 ...
Pioneer (Steamboat), broke shaft, 1 May 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ...We are informed that the Steam-boat PIONEER which plies between Buffalo and Dunkirk, has broken one of her shafts, for which a new one will be immediately substituted.       Cleveland Weekly Herald       Friday, May 29, 1829 p...
Pioneer (Steamboat), sunk, 1 Oct 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ...The Steam-boat PIONEER, ran against the pier at Black Rock, on her return, and sank in 12 feet water. She has been since raised, and now performing her regular trips.       Cleveland Weekly Herald       Thursday, October 15, 1829 p...
William Penn (Steamboat), broke machinery, 1 Nov 1829 
TextNewspapers  1829  ..., December 3, 1829 p.3 col.1 & 2 ...
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