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  • Oswego
    NewspaperText  Syracuse Evening Chronicle (Syracuse, NY), 16 Aug 1855     Oswego

    In a recent flying visit to this little city, nestled down at the mouth of the river that bears its name, and looking out on the bosom of the broad Ontario, we were very favorably impressed with its position as a commercial point and with the activity which prevailed ...

    NewspaperText  Syracuse Evening Chronicle (Syracuse, NY), 16 Aug 1855   Oswego

    In a recent flying visit to this little city, nestled down at the mouth of the river that bears its name, and looking out on the bosom of the ...

  • Tonnage on the Lakes
    WebsiteTextNewspaper  Democracy (Buffalo, NY), 28 Feb 1855    
    WebsiteTextNewspaper  Democracy (Buffalo, NY), 28 Feb 1855  
  • The Marine Railway and Ship Yard
    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Dec 1855     The Marine Railway and Ship Yard ___

    Having but few opportunities to stroll about town ourselves, and supposing a large majority of our citizens are similarly situated, it is not improbable that much is going on in many localities in our immediate vicinity, unknown to the ...

    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Dec 1855   The Marine Railway and Ship Yard ___

    Having but few opportunities to stroll about town ourselves, and supposing a large majority of our citizens are similarly situated, it is not ...

  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 9 Apr 1855
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    We regret to see that planks and earth are insufficient to breast the strong current in our river at present, and that the whole lower part of the coffer dam is doomed. Since our last all the eastern portion of the dam from the bridge to the point opposite the ...

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    We regret to see that planks and earth are insufficient to breast the strong current in our river at present, and that the whole lower part of the coffer dam ...

  • Shipwreck and Loss of Life at Long Point Cut
    NewspaperText  Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 10 Dec 1855, p. 3    

    SHIPWRECK AND LOSS OF LIFE AT LONG POINT CUT.--By letter received from Geo. J. Ready, Esq., Collector at Port Brown [Port Rowan], we learn further in regard to the schooner Hellowell, that she was loaded with lumber and went ashore on the east side of the entrance to the cut ...

    NewspaperText  Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 10 Dec 1855, p. 3  

    SHIPWRECK AND LOSS OF LIFE AT LONG POINT CUT.--By letter received from Geo. J. Ready, Esq., Collector at Port Brown [Port Rowan], we learn further in regard to the schooner ...

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