The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), March 25, 1863 
TextNewspapers    The Lytle - Holdcamper List gives the name as O. H. HASTINGS and place of build as Oswego.
Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), Wednesday, April 1, 1863 
TextNewspapers    THE BARQUE HUNGARIAN. - This fine vessel has undergone many repairs and is now nearly ready for sea. She has been repainted, and presents a beautiful appearance. The HUNGARIAN is an A 1 craft, and under the command of that energetic mariner, George Blair, will be ready to engage in business...
Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), October 19, 1863 
TextNewspapers    NEW PROPELLER. - A new propeller, called the NORMAN, hailing from Oswego, passed up yesterday, on her first trip to Chicago. She is about 500 tons burthen and belongs to the old Oswego Line. ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, Oct. 27, 1863 
TextNewspapers    Boat Launch. - A new canal boat of the largest class was launched from the boat yard of Mr. Mattoon yesterday. She is called the "John C. Churchill," in honor of Judge Churchill of our city. Her dimensions are length, 97 feet, breadth of beam 17 feet 5 inches, and draws, when loaded, 5 feet 9...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, Oct. 27, 1863 
TextNewspapers    A new Steamer, just built at Ogdensburg, called the "City of Troy," arrived in our harbor on Saturday night last and cleared for Troy yesterday, where she is owned. She is intended for a tow boat on the Hudson river. She is propelled by two engines of 30 inch cylinders and six feet stroke, and...
Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), October 28, 1863 
TextNewspapers    The "JAMES PLATT " is the name of a new vessel, hailing from Oswego, of 44 tons. She was built by Geo. Goble, and is owned by M. Goble and D. G. Ford of Oswego. ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Nov. 17, 1863 
TextNewspapers    Trading Craft. - The fleet of small craft that usually coast upon this lake and trade between Kingston and neighboring American ports, says the British North American, have experienced an ordinarily prosperous season, notwithstanding the larger class of vessels have not enriched the coffers...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed. ,  Nov. 18, 1863 
TextNewspapers    Shipwreck. - The Schooner, Frank Stewart, from Hamilton, with a cargo of lumber on entering our harbor about 11 o'clock this morning, struck against the east pier and became unmanageable. The crew, with the exception of the cook a female escaped to the pier, and the vessel drifted towards the...
Buffalo Morning Express (Buffalo, NY), November 21, 1863, page 3 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Morning Express (Buffalo, NY), November 21, 1863, page 3page 3  Column 5
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 24 Apr 1863 
TextNewspapers    ... THE RATES ON THE WELLAND CANAL The rates of toll on the Welland Canal have been fixed as follows for the year 1863: Class I. - Vessels steam and sail, ea. ton 2 1/2 cts " II. - Passengers 21 years old and upwards, each 10 " III. - Bark, barley, bricks...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 3 Jul 1863 
TextNewspapers    The MARY GRANDY was drafted into the Navy during the Civil War as U.S.S. BIGNONIA and was later the well-known Lake Erie wrecker BALIZE (US#2714). She was sold Canadian in 1902 (C#100306) and retired in 1914. She was built specifically as a wrecker.
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 6 Nov 1863 
TextNewspapers    The Chicago Bridge Catastrophe From the Chicago Times , Nov. 5 The circumstances of this accident are briefly as follows: A few minutes before 5 o clock on Tuesday afternoon a herd of fat cattle was being driven over the [Rush Street] bridge. About sixty of them had not yet crossed when a...
Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, April 16, 1863 
TextNewspapers    A Pleasant Supper. - The employees of Goble's ship-yard, with a number of invited guests, last evening sat down to a most capital supper served up in Doolittle Hall, by Ashley of the Oswego Hotel. The attendance was very large, the fare excellent, and the company decidedly jolly. The...
Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), Sat., July 25, 1863 
TextNewspapers    New Vessel. - A new vessel will be launched from the ship-yard of George Goble , Esq., on Monday forenoon next, which for symmetry and staunchness of build will compare favorably with any sailing craft on our inland waters. She is named " Senator Blood ," and will be a valuable addition to...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 30 Aug, 1863, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 30 Aug, 1863, page 1page 1  Column 3 *usually spelled GLADWYN
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Friday, Nov. 27, 1863 
TextNewspapers    Closing of Navigation. - The sailing craft as they arrive are generally undergoing the dismantling process and being secured and being secured to safe quarters for the winter. The passenger steamers are withdrawn with the exception of the Bay Quinte steamer and the American steamer Bay State,...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Friday, Nov. 27, 1863 
TextNewspapers    A Speculator. - A shrewd speculator from the American side has been "doing" the farmers on Wolf Island by introducing his "win plant," a vegetable supposed to produce profuse quantities of sherry wine, superior to the bona fide article. His plan was to represent to a farmer that his neighbors...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed., Dec. 2, 1863 
TextNewspapers    A Wreck. - The schooner Alliance, Capt. Hamilton, of Toronto, with a cargo of flour and feed, consigned to B. Hagaman, of this city, while entering our harbor this morning in tow of a steam tug, soon after passing the piers parted her fastening to the tug, and was carried by the sea outside...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed., Dec. 2, 1863 
TextNewspapers    Railroad Extension - Important Improvements. - The Oswego and Syracuse Railroad company have perfected their arrangements for reaching the upper harbor through a tunnel, and has secured title, to the river lots lying between Water street and the River above the Iron Bridge. It will be seen by...
St. Catharines Constitutional (St. Catharines, ON), January 1, 1863 
TextNewspapers    New Steamboat - We understand that a public meeting will be held in the town hall, on Monday evening next, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of taking into consideration the most feasible means for obtaining a steamboat to ply, during the ensuing season, between Port Dalhousie and Toronto. The ...

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A. J. Rich (Schooner) (2) A. Medbury (Schooner) (2) Acadia (Brig) (2) Acme (Propeller) (2) Acontias (Schooner) (2) Aetna (Schooner) (2) Africa (Schooner) (2) America (Propeller) (2) Andes (Brig) (3) Anna C. Raynor (Schooner) (2) Arab (Schooner) (3) Atlantic (Propeller) (2) Augustus Ford (Schooner) (2) Ayr (Schooner) (2) B. F. Wade (Propeller) (2) B. S. Shepard (Bark) (2) Barges (11) Barks (95) Bay of Quinte (Schooner) (2) Belle City (Schooner) (2) Ben Flint (Schooner) (2) Boston (Schooner) (2) Brigs (53) British Lion (Bark) (3) Canal boats (5) Canopus (Brig) (2) Caroline E. Bailey (Schooner) (3) Cataraqui (Schooner) (2) Chicago Board of Trade (Bark) (2) City of Boston (Propeller) (2) City of Buffalo (steamboat) (2) City of Madison (Propeller) (3) City of Toronto (Brig) (2) City of Toronto (steamboat) (2) Colonist (Propeller) (3) Commodore Foote (Schooner) (3) Concord (Brig) (2) Cornelia (schooner) (2) Cornelia Amsden (Schooner) (2) Crevola (Schooner) (5) D. P. Dobbins (Bark) (3) Dan Marble (Schooner) (2) Danube (Bark) (3) Detroit (Propeller) (2) Die Vernon (Schooner) (2) Dolphin (Schooner) (2) E. K. Gilbert (Schooner) (2) Empire State (Brig) (5) Empress (steamboat) (2) Fairfield (Schooner) (2) Fame (Bark) (2) Flight (Schooner) (3) Flying Mist (Bark) (3) Forest Queen (Propeller) (2) Forfar (Schooner) (2) Frank Stewart (Schooner) (2) Fred Hill (Schooner) (2) Free State (Propeller) (2) Fremont (Schooner) (2) Fulton (Schooner) (3) Game Cock (Schooner) (2) George W. Holt (Schooner) (2) Gerritt Smith (Schooner) (2) Globe (Brig) (2) Golden Harvest (Schooner) (2) Great West (Bark) (2) Great Western (Schooner) (2) Grey Eagle (Schooner) (2) Gulielma (Schooner) (4) H. W. Hoag (Schooner) (2) Hamilton (Schooner) (2) Hanover (Brig) (3) Helen Kent (Schooner) (2) Howell Hoppock (Schooner) (2) Hungarian (Bark) (2) I. W. Nicholas (Schooner) (3) Idaho (Propeller) (5) John Hibbard (Schooner) (3) Kate Norton (Schooner) (3) M. B. Spaulding (Schooner) (3) Michigan (Steamboat) (3) Minnesota (Schooner) (3) Minnie Williams (Schooner) (3) Nightingale (Schooner) (3) Norman (Propeller) (3) Passport (Steamboat) (3) Propellers (143) Racine (Propeller) (3) Roscius (Brig) (3) Schooners (436) Scows (21) Sloops (3) Steamboats (61) Sun (Propeller) (4) Swallow (Schooner) (3) Tugs (11) Water Witch (Propeller) (6) Western Metropolis (Bark) (4) William Fiske (Schooner) (3) Winslow (Propeller) (3)
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