The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed., April 16, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Marine Accident. - Last evening about seven o'clock, when the schooner J.J. Bill, Captain Griffin, was being towed up the river by the tugs Crusader and Morey, she sheered badly in the current, and taking the force of the water on her starboard bow ran into the East island and stove a hole in...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed.,  April 16, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Messrs. Wilcox, Gillmore and Copely laid the keel of a new vessel at Chaumont, Monday, which will be first class, full canal size. The new schooner will be ready for sea about the first of August and will be commanded by the veteran and competent captain, J.E. Gillmore. ...
Buffalo Evening Post (Buffalo, NY), Wednesday, April 16, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Goble & Macfarlane, boat builders, now have, at their yard at the foot of West 1st. Street, two new three-mast schooners, one about completed and ready to sail, and the other in so forward a state that she will probably be launched about the middle of May. These are the first three-mast ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Mon., May 19, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Narrow Escape - Boiler Explosion. - This morning about seven o-clock, while the tug Maria Melvin was lying alongside of Page's lumber dock, in the lower harbor, and while the crew were eating their breakfast, the flue sheet of the boiler cracked, opening a seam of about twenty inches in...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Mon., May 19, 1873 
TextNewspapers    A New Vessel In Port. - The new schooner Itasca arrived in port yesterday from Kingston, where she discharged her cargo, and attracted much attention of sea faring men. The Itasca is a three master, as are nearly all new vessels, is staunch and well built and has great carrying capacity - ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), May 21, 1873 
TextNewspapers    A Vessel Captain Drowned. - This morning about seven o'clock Capt. John Gillan, of the schooner Converse, was drowned in the lake about one mile off from Little Sodus piers. The vessel left Sodus for this port a short time before the accident, with the wind from the south, and stood out on the...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), May 22, 1873 
TextNewspapers    The New Schooner Blazing Star. - The new schooner Blazing Star, built for M.J. Cummings, Esq., of this city, the past winter, at Manitowoc, Wisc., arrived at this port yesterday afternoon, laden with 19,000 bushels of wheat, drawing but ten feet of water, She has made a good run down from...
Watertown Times (Watertown, NY), Tuesday, May 27, 1873 
TextNewspapers    The Launch At Sacket's Harbor on Monday afternoon was a brilliant affair. Hundreds of people gathered from all the neighboring villages to witness it, and the handsome schooner was borne into the water amid the cheers of the throng. She is named the "Wm. B. Phelps" in honor of the...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Mon., June 2, 1873 
TextNewspapers    The New Schooner W. B. Phelps. - The new schooner built at Sackets Harbor, by B. Eveleigh, for Mr. John Dunn, of this city, and named the W. B. Phelps, arrived in port this morning, and has been visited during the day by hundreds who have looked her over, criticized and departed well pleased...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Thurs., June 5, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Got Through Steamboating. - Two of our citizens who are interested in marine matters went up to Sodus yesterday on the tug J.S. Spinney to help get their vessels loaded, and met with a series of adventures that disgusted them with steam crafts. When about a mile and a half from land and about...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sat., June 7, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Along The Docks. - A new schooner, the Reuben Doud, of Milwaukee, arrived in port this morning from Kingston on her maiden trip. The Doud was built in the interior of Wisconsin, on a small stream back of Oshkosh, where oak is plenty. She was commenced over a year ago, and of course is well ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), June 10, 1873 
TextNewspapers    A Rare Sight. - Capt. Estes, a gentleman well known for many years in command of the Lake Ontario steamers, informs us that he was the witness a few nights since of a wonderful phenomenon on Lake Ontario, the like of which he never saw before, and does not expect to see again. While on his...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), June 11, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Along the Docks. - A strange looking steam craft, the Smith M. Weed, made her appearance in our harbor yesterday. She was formerly the Charles Magee, and plied on Seneca Lake. She goes hence to Lake Champlain, having been purchased by the large lumber firm of Burleigh & Marshall, Whitehall. ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Aug. 14, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Boarding Vessels For Trade - How Runners are Treated by Saucy Stewards. _____ In all seaport towns the arrival of a strange vessel is hailed with joy by ship chandlers and butchers, and the scramble of rival runners is laughable if not profitable. The badinage between the bidders for trade,...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Monday, Aug. 17, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Sam. Cook ________ Another Vessel Launched from Goble & Macfarlane's Yard --- Building Vessels in Sixty Days. _________ Last Saturday afternoon at four o'clock precisely, another staunch vessel, for which Oswego is become famous, bade adieu to the place of her birth, an with graceful ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Thurs., Sept. 4, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Vessel Sunk Off Little Sodus We learn by private despatch that the schooner Etta Belle, coal laden, from Fair Haven to Toronto, sunk last night when about eight miles off from Little Sodus. The crew was saved, but how the despatch does not state. The lake was calm last night, and the men ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sat., Sept. 13, 1873 
TextNewspapers    The Mystic Star _________ A Handsome Schooner and a Good One. _________ The new schooner Mystic Star, built at Manitowac by James Butler for Mr. Michael J. Cummings, of this city, arrived in port last night, grain laden, from Milwaukee on her maiden trip, having made the passage down in the...
Watertown Times (Watertown, NY), Tuesday, Sept. 16, 1873 
TextNewspapers    The steamer "Kelly" ran aground on the rocks at Alexandria Bay, a few rods from the Thousand Island House, as she was concluding her down-trip on Saturday evening. Passengers and baggage were removed by small boats. One of them contained several trunks, and Mr. Staples was overturned, and there...
Watertown Times (Watertown, NY), Thursday, Sept. 18, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Propeller Burned At 8:20 Wednesday evening, the propeller "Akron" of the Vermont Central Line of steamers plying between Ogdensburg and Chicago, caught fire at Collins' Dock about five miles above Alexandria Bay and was totally consumed. She was taking wood at the time and was heavily laden ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1873 
TextNewspapers    New Vessels. ______ Two New Vessels Christened Saturday - The George B. Sloan and Samana Afloat ______ The impetus given to ship building by the ruling high freights, is shown at all the ship yards on the lakes, and as a result scarcely a day passes that noble ships, rising in carrying ...
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