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Subject:  Steamboats  Year:  1891  Sort by:  Relevance
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C. B. Wallace (Steamboat), U76124, 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ...Steam paddle C.B. WALLACE.* U.S. No. 76124. Of 97.17 tons gross; 76.24 tons net. Built at Port Clinton, Ohio, in 1880. Home port, Toledo, Ohio. 69.9 x 18.0 x 4.4 * Formerly steam paddle J.V. LUTTS.       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1891 &#160...
North King (Steamboat), C96911, 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ...; July 23, 1891             NORSEMAN. Paddle wheel steamer. Official Canadian No. 96911. Built at Montreal 1868. TRebuilt at Kingston, Ont., in 1891 and renamed NORTH KING. 175 43 x 10 and 873 tons gross...
North King (Steamboat), 17 Sep 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ...      Kingston, Ont., Sept. 17 - The steamers NORTH KING and BON VOYAGE have made their last trips from Rochester down the river.       The Marine Review       September 17, 1891 ...
Michigan (Steamboat), 17 Sep 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ... a good turn Let not the lake interests alone be without patriotism and too greedy to lose an hour in honor to the greatest general of the rebellion.       The Marine Review       September 17, 1891 Chicago Lake Interests. - The man...
Fessenden (Steamboat), 17 Sep 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ... good turn Let not the lake interests alone be without patriotism and too greedy to lose an hour in honor to the greatest general of the rebellion.       The Marine Review       September 17, 1891 Through the excursions of members...
Andy Johnson (Steamboat), 17 Sep 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ..., owners call do Chicago and themselves a good turn Let not the lake interests alone be without patriotism and too greedy to lose an hour in honor to the greatest general of the rebellion.       The Marine Review       September 17, 1891 &...
Florence C. (Steamboat), 17 Sep 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ...At Detroit a few days ago the government inspectors issued a master's license to a woman, Mrs. Celia Person, who will command the small steamer FLORENCE C. of Alpena.       The Marine Review       September 17, 1891 ...
City of Toledo (Steamboat), 17 Sep 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ... the limit prescribed in their certificate of inspection.       The Marine Review       September 17, 1891       Ashley & Dustin, of Detroit, managers of the side-wheel steamer FRANK E. KIRBY, running between Sandusky...
Frank E. Kirby (Steamboat), 17 Sep 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ... of inspection.       The Marine Review       September 17, 1891 Ashley & Dustin, of Detroit, managers of the side-wheel steamer FRANK E. KIRBY, running between Sandusky, and Detroit, and credited with being the fastest boat on the lakes, write...
Wadena (Steamboat), 24 Sep 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ... followed by a red and a white star throw" 50 feet.       The Marine Review       September 24, 1891       Cleveland Matters - Fifteen miles an hour is the speed performance of the steel steam yacht WADENA...
Argyle (Steamboat), U106886, 24 Sep 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ...; September 24, 1891 ...
Alice (Steamboat), U106884, 24 Sep 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ...; September 24, 1891 ...
Wawa (Steamboat), U81347, 1 Oct 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ...; October 1, 1891 ...
Spartan (Steamboat), 1 Oct 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ...;     The Marine Record       October 1, 1891 ...
Corisican (Steamboat), 1 Oct 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ...;     The Marine Record       October 1, 1891 ...
Geryhound (Steamboat), 22 Oct 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ..., and the propeller HATTIE got a new wheel. The schooners ALICE RICHARDS, OLIVER MITCHELL and WATSON were all docked for caulking.       The Marine Review       October 22, 1891...
Frank E. Kirby (Steamboat), 22 Oct 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ... fall from Put-in Bay to Bois Blanc light, headed into the wind, which was blowing at the rate of 25 to 35 miles an hour, and made her schedule time within 10 minutes.       The Marine Review       October 22, 1891 ...
Admiral (Steamboat), 29 Oct 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ..., many years after.       The Marine Review       October 29, 1891 ...
Southern Belle (Steamboat), 5 Nov 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ...Kingston, Ont., Nov. 5 - The old iron steamer SOUTHERN BELLE, which was a blockade runner during the war, is being broken to pieces at Deseronto.       The Marine Review       November 5, 1891 ...
Chief Justice Waite (Steamboat), U125281, 5 Nov 1891 
TextNewspapers  1891  ...;#160;     November 5, 1891 Steam paddle CHIEF JUSTICE WAITE. U. S. No. 125281. Of 571.10 tons gross; 443.52 tons net. Built Trenton, Mich., 1874. Home port, Chicago, Ill. 188.8 x 46.0 x 11.4 Of 500 nominal horsepower.     &#160...
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