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Subject:  Steamboats  Year:  1888  Sort by:  Relevance
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The steamer MACASSA in the Burlington Canal 
ImageComments  c 1888  Photograph of the Burlington Canal, looking out toward the Lake, from the top of the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club house. The steamer MACASSA is passing the swing bridge built by the Hamilton & NorthWestern Ry. in 1876. The Main Light Station was established in 1838. In the foreground is one of the...
The steamer MACASSA entering Toronto harbour 
ImageComments  c 1888  Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901 .
Baltic (Steamboat), 1888 
TextNewspapers  1888  ...Steam paddle FRANCES SMITH.* [no number] Of 640 gross tons. Built Owen Sound, Ont. 1967. 181 x 28 x 9.6.       * Renamed BALTIC - Canada - [appears to have been rebuilt at Collingwood 1888}       Herman...
Tom Adams (Steamboat), 25 Apr 1888 
TextNewspapers  1888  ...The TOM ADAMS, Capt. Cox's new boat will be launched at Bay City the 26th of this month.       Port Huron Daily Times       Friday, April 13, 1888         &...
Manitoba (Steamboat), 15 Apr 1888 
TextNewspapers  1888  ...The Canadian steamer MANITOBA which was rebuilt here last winter is to go on the Canadian Pacific Rail Road, Lake Superior Line. She has been re-christened CARMONA.       Detroit Free Press       April 15, 1888 ...
Carmona (Steamboat), 15 Apr 1888 
TextNewspapers  1888  ...The Canadian steamer MANITOBA which was rebuilt here last winter is to go on the Canadian Pacific Rail Road, Lake Superior Line. She has been re-christened CARMONA.       Detroit Free Press       April 15, 1888 ...
City of Detroit (Steamboat), 27 Sep 1888 
TextNewspapers  1888  ...; Detroit Tribune       September 27, 1888 ...
Baltic (Steamboat), C92310., aground, 8 Sep 1888 
TextNewspapers  1888  ...; Chicago Inter Ocean       Sept. 8, 1888       Paddle wheel steamer FRANCES SMITH; BALTIC (88) 92310. Built Owen Sound 1867. 182 x 28 x 12 of 1324 tons DISPOSITION:-- Burnt Collingwood Sept. 5, 1895 &#160...
Algonquin (Steamboat), 4 Jun 1888 
TextNewspapersComments  1888,   ...A new Clyde built steamer, the ALGONQUIN, has arrived at Cornwall on her way to Port Huron. She is 253 ft. long, 40 ft. beam and 23 ft. deep. She will carry 2,660 tons on 16 ft. of water.       Detroit News       June 4, 1888 ...
Racing Down the Rapids 
AudioImage  1888,   ..."New and Revised Edition" "Racing Down the Rapids, by Frank W. Lawrence. Published by Lawrence Brothers, 11 Dodd St., East Orange, New Jersey, Published by K. Dehnhoff, 44 West 29th St., New York City" "$1" "copyright 1888 by F. W. Lawrence. Forbes Co. Boston". On p. 2 "Respectfully dedicated...

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