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  • Tow Steamers on the Welland Canal
    NewspaperText  Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 2 Mar 1861    

    Tow Steamers on the Welland Canal. - The determination on the part of the Government to employ tug steamers on the Welland Canal in place of traction by horses, appears to have excited a terrible commotion in that neighborhood.

    The parties engaged in the present trade complain ...

    NewspaperText  Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 2 Mar 1861  

    Tow Steamers on the Welland Canal. - The determination on the part of the Government to employ tug steamers on the Welland Canal in place of traction by horses, appears ...

  • Furnishing a Flotilla for the Mississippi
    NewspaperText  Daily Ohio Statesman (Columbus, OH), 15 May 1861, p. 1, column 3    
    NewspaperText  Daily Ohio Statesman (Columbus, OH), 15 May 1861, p. 1, column 3  
  • The Wreck of the Propeller Globe -- Another Body Found
    NewspaperText  Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), 18 Mar 1861, p. 1    

    THE WRECK OF THE PROPELLER GLOBE -- ANOTHER BODY FOUND -- There was quite a crowd of spectators gathered throughout Saturday, to watch the progress and process of operations about the sunken wreck of the ill-fated propeller Globe at Hale's Dock, near Wells street bridge. Martin Quigley ...

    NewspaperText  Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), 18 Mar 1861, p. 1  

    THE WRECK OF THE PROPELLER GLOBE -- ANOTHER BODY FOUND -- There was quite a crowd of spectators gathered throughout Saturday, to watch the progress and process of operations about ...

  • Lake Disasters
    NewspaperText  Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), 22 Mar 1861, p. 1    

    LAKE DISASTERS.--From what we learn from our Milwaukee exchanges, and from other sources, the list of Lake Disasters seems to have sadly begun. The schooner Sir William Wallace, Capt. James Campbell, went on the beach at Amsterdam, forty-six miles north of Milwaukee, on Saturday night. ...

    NewspaperText  Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), 22 Mar 1861, p. 1  

    LAKE DISASTERS.--From what we learn from our Milwaukee exchanges, and from other sources, the list of Lake Disasters seems to have sadly begun. The schooner Sir William Wallace, Capt. James ...

  • The Illinois
    NewspaperText  Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 20 Jul 1861, p. 3     The Illinois

    The steamer Illinois arrived at Detroit yesterday morning. She will stop at Detroit to repair her starboard wheel and will not come down this trip. Her freight and passengers came down on the May Queen this morning. Her regular time for ...

    NewspaperText  Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 20 Jul 1861, p. 3   The Illinois

    The steamer Illinois arrived at Detroit yesterday morning. She will stop at Detroit to repair her starboard wheel and will not come down this trip. Her freight and ...

  • 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, ...

  • New Wheel for the Wrecking Tug Leviathan
    NewspaperText  Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 7 Nov 1861, p. 4    

    NEW WHEEL FOR THE WRECKING TUG LEVIATHAN-- Captain A. E. Hart, of the wrecking tug Leviathan passed up yesterday on board the propeller Queen of the Lakes, with a new wheel for his steamer, of the Shephard pattern, made at Buffalo, her former wheel having been lost recently ...

    NewspaperText  Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 7 Nov 1861, p. 4  

    NEW WHEEL FOR THE WRECKING TUG LEVIATHAN-- Captain A. E. Hart, of the wrecking tug Leviathan passed up yesterday on board the propeller Queen of the Lakes, with a new ...

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