The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed., May 6, 1874 
TextNewspapers    Another New Vessel The John Dunn We prepared a first class notice of the launch of the new schooner from Miller & Co.'s yard, Monday, such a notice as a vessel named after so clever a gentleman as John Dunn ought to have, but was unavoidably crowded out. In that notice, we told how at half ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Mon., May 11, 1874 
TextNewspapers    Another New Vessel _________ The Launch at Goble & Macfarlane's Yard. _________ The largest crowd we have seen in many years at a launch, gathered at Goble and Macfarlane's ship yard Saturday, attracted thither to witness the launch of the new schooner which they have been building since ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Tuesday,  May 12, 1874 
TextNewspapers    This vessel was built by Goble, although not directly mentioned here.
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Saturday, June 29, 1874 
TextNewspapers    GONE TO THE BOTTOM. ___________ The Schooner Shannon, Coal Laden, Bids Farewell to the Lake Marine. ___________ This morning between two and three o'clock, Captain Acton and four sailors, the crew of the schooner Shannon, returned to this port in a yawl, and reported that the schooner,...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Friday, Jan. 3, 1874 
TextNewspapers    A New Year Launch __________ Another Handsome Vessel Added to Oswego's Fleet. _________ The launch of a handsome vessel in winter is a novelty in this section of the country not often witnessed by our people. It is seldom that the elements will permit outdoor work during out long tedious...
St. Joseph Herald (St. Joseph, MI), 25 July 1874 
TextNewspapers    ...This is an extract from a longer letter dated 22 July 1874, written by one January Toms and printed in the St. Joseph Herald. Nelson W. Napier was lost on the steamer Alpena when she foundered in 1880....
Hamilton Spectator (Hamilton, ON), May 1, 1874, page 3 
TextNewspapers  Hamilton Spectator (Hamilton, ON), May 1, 1874, page 3page 3  Launch Of The " Celtic " - The largest steam vessel ever built in Hamilton will be launched from Mr. Robertson's ship-yard on Tuesday next [May 5] at 3 p.m., when, no doubt, a large crowd will be present to witness it. We understand that contrary to the practice usual in fitting up ...
Hamilton Spectator (Hamilton, ON), May 6, 1874, page 3 
TextNewspapers  Hamilton Spectator (Hamilton, ON), May 6, 1874, page 3page 3  The Launch Of The Celtic A Fine Vessel And A Successful Launch Half Hamilton seemed to have turned out yesterday to witness the launch of the propeller Celtic, built by Mr. Archibald Robertson . Three o'clock was the hour named for the operation and before that time the bluff...
Globe (Toronto, ON), May 12, 1874, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), May 12, 1874, page 4page 4  The new yacht Queen of the West was launched at Hamilton on Saturday [May 9]. ...
Globe (Toronto, ON), June 15, 1874, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), June 15, 1874, page 1page 1  Hamilton , June 14 - A new steam yacht, named D. Bowen , has made its appearance on Burlington Bay and is intended to make regular trips to the Beach . ...
Mail (Toronto, ON), April 20, 1874, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Mail (Toronto, ON), April 20, 1874, page 4page 4  New Steamers - Two new screw steamers named respectively Ontario and Quebec , have just been completed at Chatham , Ont., for Beatty 's Lake Superior line between Sarnia , Fort William and Duluth . ...
Mail (Toronto, ON), May 7, 1874, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Mail (Toronto, ON), May 7, 1874, page 1page 1  Sarnia , May 6 - The new propeller Ontario , of Beatty's Royal Mail Line of steamers, arrived here from Chatham this morning, about eleven o'clock, to take her place on the Sarnia and Lake Superior line. She will not leave for some time, not being furnished as yet. ...
Mail (Toronto, ON), June 15, 1874, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Mail (Toronto, ON), June 15, 1874, page 1page 1  Chatham , June 13 - The new propeller built by Messrs. Simpson & Chisholm for a stock company here was successfully launched at three p.m. today and christened " D.R. Van Allen ", to honour of our present Mayor of that name. ...
Globe (Toronto, ON), July 27, 1874, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), July 27, 1874, page 4page 4  The new steam barge D.D. Van Allen , building at Chatham , will be finished to-day, and to-morrow, at 1 o'clock p.m., a trial trip will be made down the river. Invitations to be on board being given to the stockholders and their friends only. ...
Globe (Toronto, ON), August 13, 1874, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), August 13, 1874, page 4page 4  Chatham , August 12 - The propeller Quebec , of Beatty's Sarnia & Lake Superior Mail Line, was successfully launched at four o'clock this afternoon from Chisholm & Simpson 's shipyard. Over 2,000 people were present. Her dimensions are: length 200 feet, breadth 34 feet, depth 14 ...
Globe (Toronto, ON), August 17, 1874, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), August 17, 1874, page 4page 4  Launch A most successful launch came off at Chatham on Wednesday last [August 12], of the Quebec , the second of the two propellers ordered to be built her by Messrs. Beatty & Co. for their Sarnia and Lake Superior Line, the Ontario being the first. The Quebec is the large vessel. ...
Globe (Toronto, ON), October 22, 1874, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), October 22, 1874, page 1page 1  Owen Sound , October 21 - A company is being formed for the purpose of making a dry dock and ship-building yard on the west side of the river. It is expected the work will be commenced early in the spring. ...
Globe (Toronto, ON), April 15, 1874, page 7 
TextNewspapers  Globe (Toronto, ON), April 15, 1874, page 7page 7  Owen Sound Dry Dock Owen Sound , April 12. - Your correspondent was to-day invited by Captain John Simpson to inspect the new large contrifual pump that the Dry-Dock Company have lately had made for them by Messrs. M. Beatty & Sons , of Welland . The tug W.T.Robb and steamer ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed., Dec. 1, 1874 
TextNewspapers    The Schooner Atlanta ____ All Hope Abandoned - Probably Lost Crossing Saginaw Bay - the Vessel, Cargo and Crew - Other Oswego Vessels which were Lost with All Hands _____ The words of Shakespeare, "Ships are but boards, sailors but men," have been more cruelly impressed upon the people of...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed.,  Nov. 25, 1874 
TextNewspapers    The Augustus Ford _____ Further Particulars of the Loss of the Schooner and the Death of Captain Pease -- Frozen to Death - The Bodies to be Brought Home. _____ Yesterday afternoon, while yet the terrible November tempest raged across the lake and through the town, and the lashings of ...
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(Scow) (2) A. C. Maxwell (Schooner) (2) A. G. Morey (Schooner) (4) A. W. Lucky (Schooner) (2) Abercorn (Propeller) (3) Alice (Schooner) (2) America (Propeller) (2) America (Schooner) (2) Angus Smith (Schooner) (4) Annie Vought (Schooner) (2) Antelope (Schooner) (2) Arabia (Propeller) (2) Argo (Schooner) (3) Asia (Propeller) (3) Atlantic (Propeller) (2) Australia (Schooner) (2) B. F. Wade (Schooner) (2) Barges (60) Barks (55) Bolivia (Schooner) (3) Brigs (11) Canal boats (4) Celtic (Propeller) (3) Champlain (Propeller) (3) Charles W. Wolfe (Barge) (5) City of Duluth (Propeller) (3) City of the Straits (Schooner) (3) Colorado (Propeller) (4) Consuello (Schooner) (3) Cuba (Propeller) (3) Dan Baker (Scow) (3) David Vance (Schooner) (3) Dove (Steamboat) (3) Elgin (Schooner) (3) Evaline (Schooner) (3) Exile (Schooner) (3) Favorite (Propeller) (4) Frankfort (Propeller) (3) George King (Propeller) (4) Golden City (Propeller) (3) Hattie Johnson (Schooner) (4) Helen Blood (Schooner) (3) Industry (Schooner) (3) J. B. Chapin (Scow) (3) J. C. Catchpole (Schooner) (3) J. C. King (Bark) (3) J. H. Owen (Propeller) (3) J. V. Taylor (Schooner) (3) James D. Sawyer (Schooner) (5) James Davidson (Propeller) (7) James Platt (Schooner) (3) Jessie Linn (Barge) (3) John Breden (Bark) (3) Kate Kelley (Schooner) (3) Lady Dufferin (Schooner) (4) Lake Breeze (Propeller) (3) Lowell (Propeller) (3) M. Groh (Propeller) (3) M. Williams (Schooner) (3) Marine City (Steamboat) (3) Mary Jarecki (Propeller) (3) Mary Lyon (Schooner) (4) Merchant (Propeller) (4) Messenger (Propeller) (3) Michigan (Schooner) (3) Minneapolis (Propeller) (3) Montana (Propeller) (4) Montgomery (Propeller) (4) Moonlight (Schooner) (4) Music (Propeller) (3) Norman (Propeller) (4) North Star (Schooner) (3) Northwest (Steamboat) (3) Ontario (Propeller) (4) Passaic (Propeller) (3) Pauline (Schooner) (3) Persian (Propeller) (4) Pilgrim (Schooner) (3) Prince Alfred (Schooner) (3) Propellers (406) Queen City (Schooner) (3) Racine (Schooner) (3) Richard Mott (Schooner) (3) Rocket (Propeller) (5) Russia (Propeller) (3) S. V. R. Watson (Bark) (3) Sardinia (Schooner) (4) Schooners (721) Scotia (Propeller) (4) Scows (96) Steamboats (68) Sun (Propeller) (3) Sweetheart (Schooner) (4) Thomas Parsons (Schooner) (3) Tugs (16) V. H. Ketchum (Propeller) (3) V. Swain (Propeller) (3) Waverly (Propeller) (4) William Sanderson (Schooner) (4) Yachts (5)
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