Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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1865
  
  • Our Harbor
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 18 Aug 1865     Our Harbor The gales of last winter made sad havoc with the water defenses of our harbor. The "East Pier" was almost bodily carried away by the gales of early winter, while the "West Pier" was greatly damaged in many places. These interested in the commerce of Oswego will be ...
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 18 Aug 1865   Our Harbor The gales of last winter made sad havoc with the ...
  • Ashtabula
        Stereoview tentatively identified as Ashtabula. A schooner and scow schooner are tied to a wharf where they appear to be unloading ore. In the middle ground are two ship chandlers with "grocers" and "Provisions" painted on the buildings. In the background two tugs and two three-masted sailing vessels.
      Stereoview tentatively identified as Ashtabula. A schooner and scow schooner are tied ...
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