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Tug and vessel in the Ice at Buffalo Light 
Image  16 May 1867  ...Another version of this view was published in a series of "Instantaneous Marine Views" "Lake River & Harbor" photographed by C. L. Pond Buffalo N.Y. titled "No. 12 is titled Tug Towing Schooner John Tibbetts Through the Ice Buffalo May 16, 1867"...
Tugs towing vessel through the Ice 
ImageMysteries  c1867  Stereoview of two tugboats towing a two masted schooner into Buffalo harbour through the ice. "209 Tugs towing vessel through the Ice (with reflections)." Instantaneous Marine Views: Photographed by C.L. Pond Buffalo, N.Y. Lake, River and Harbor."
Entrance to Buffalo Harbor 
Image  c 1867  Stereoview of Buffalo harbor taken from the ice at the entrance to the harbor. A tugboat is towing a two-masted schooner in front of the Watson elevator. Two small boats are out rowing about the harbour. Within the harbour a small forest of masts can be seen. To the right is the Buffalo...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), April 11, 1867 
TextNewspapers    The Mate of the Lydia Ann. The Rochester Democrat, alluding to the sad fate of the mate of the schooner Lydia Ann, and his son, says: "The death of the two Vances is much regretted in Charlotte. The father was an experienced seaman, having been sailing for 15 or 20 years. Arthur, the son, had...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Friday, April 5, 1867 
TextNewspapers    Perilous Voyage of the Schooner Lydia Ann - Loss of Life - One person Afloat on the Lake in a Yawl. -The Schooner Lydia Ann, Capt. A. M. Rogers, which arrived here last night, met with a disaster, which resulted in the loss of life. The Lydia Ann is the first vessel that has arrive here...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Monday, April 8, 1867 
TextNewspapers    Launch of a Schooner . -- At one o'clock today, the schooner Cossack was launched from the ship yard of James Navagh, foot of West Second street. The Cossack was built for Messrs. DeWolf and Smythe, by Mr. Navagh, and is a staunch and well proportioned craft. The following are her dimensions:...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, April 16, 1867 
TextNewspapers    ... Resolutions of the Sailors At a special meeting of the Seamen of Oswego, held at their Rooms on Monday, April 15th, 1867, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted: Whereas, It becomes necessary for the Seamen of Oswego to act in concert and endeavor to maintain an ......
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), April 25, 1867 
TextNewspapers    Successful Launch. -- At 10 o'clock this forenoon, the schooner Nevada was launched from Goble Macfarlane's ship yard, at the foot of West First street. She is one of the finest vessels ever built here, being after a splendid model, and is as symmetrical and well proportioned as any craft...
Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), April 30, 1867 
TextNewspapers    The Barque Clayton. - This morning we paid a visit to this fine vessel, which lies near the swing bridge at the foot of East First street. She has been put through a thorough course of repairs by Alderman Miller, at his boat yard, and is as good as new. She has an entire new deck frame, ...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Wed., May 1, 1867 
TextNewspapers    The Jamaica. - The schooner Jamaica, was launched at the foot of West First st., at 4 1/2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The Jamaica was built by Messrs Goble Macfarlane for Thomas Mott, Esq., and has been sold by him to M.M. Wheeler, Esq. and Capt. Shattuck. She is built after the same model...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Friday, May 10, 1867 
TextNewspapers    Schooner Wrecked. - The "Carrier Dove," a small schooner which has been lying just below the Iron Bridge, was loosened from her moorings yesterday, by timbers from the coffer dam, which were washed down by the strong river current. She was carried down stream and completely under a schooner ...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), May 18, 1867 
TextNewspapers    A Steam Towing Line on the Oswego Canal. - The flood on the line of the Oswego Canal still continues, the water being over the tow path in many places to a depth of four feet. We learn that the tugs George Dodge, Capt. Baltis, and Fulton, Capt. Wing, have been employed several days in towing...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Sat., May 18, 1867 
TextNewspapers    The Tug Oswego. - This fine and powerful tug which was formerly owned by H.M. Ames, of this city, and which has recently been purchased by A.S. Page, arrived in the harbor this morning. About 10 o'clock, Capt. Murphy's tug, Maria Melvin, started out to meet the Oswego, having on board a jolly...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Thurs., May 19, 1867 
TextNewspapers    Vessel Ashore. - The sloop "Ringleader" went ashore yesterday afternoon, just back of the Iron Works. It seems she lost her rudder outside, and became unmanageable in the heavy sea. She tried to make the mouth of the harbor, but drifted away to the westward. Every effort was made to keep her...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), May 21, 1867 
TextNewspapers    The excavation at Carrington's Dry Dock, foot of West First street, is going on rapidly. About 75 men are employed, and over 1,500 yards of stone now lie on the ground, having been already hauled out. Most of these are suitable for building purposes, and are being sold in quantities to suit ...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), May 22, 1867 
TextNewspapers    The Carpenters and Joiners Union have put up a commodious shop on West First Street, a few rods south of the Oswego & Syracuse R.R. depot. it was put up by contribution, and is occupied by members of the Union who are taking and executing contracts on their own account. We understand that ...
Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), Kingston, May 23, 1867 
TextNewspapers    Terrible Disaster near Cape Vincent. The Propeller "Wisconsin" Burnt at Grenadier Island 30 Lives Lost - 50 Persons Saved A Complete Wreck _______ On Tuesday night a frightful disaster occurred near Cape Vincent to the Northern Transportation Company's propeller "Wisconsin," by which ...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Monday, May 27, 1867 
TextNewspapers    ... persons came to their deaths by drowning in lake Ontario, near Grenadier island, on the night of 21st May, 1867, by jumping from and leaving the Propeller Wisconsin while on fire, which fire originated in the hold of said vessel near the boiler. That if the orders and directions of Captain Townsend had...
British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 27, 1867 
TextNewspapers    The Propeller Wisconsin Disaster The steamer "Watertown" has made two trips from Cape Vincent to Grenadier Island, to visit the wreck of the propeller "Wisconsin," but found no more of the bodies of the unfortunate passengers, though the search has been continued in the locality. The Coroner's...
Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Monday, May 27, 1867 
TextNewspapers    Ship Carpenter's and Caulker's Union. - We stated on Saturday that the shipcarpenters of this city had arranged with builders by which the eight hour system was adopted, and prices for labor reduced from $3.00 to $2.50 per day, and that the arrangement would go into effect this morning. We had...

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