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  • Lake Sailors the Best
    NewspaperText  Oneida Evening Union (Oneida, NY), 8 Jun 1898     Lake Sailors the Best

    A Sioux City man who has during a good share of his life a been a sailor, in speaking the other evening of the Naval Reserve in case of war, said:

    "The sailors of our Great Lakes are the best sailors in the world. I have ...

    NewspaperText  Oneida Evening Union (Oneida, NY), 8 Jun 1898   Lake Sailors the Best

    A Sioux City man who has during a good share of his life a been a sailor, in speaking the other evening of the Naval Reserve ...

  • Passenger Steamers
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  • Accident to the Revenue Cutter "Gresham"
    NewspaperText  Scientific American (New York), 10 Jul 1898    

    ACCIDENT TO THE REVENUE CUTTER "GRESHAM." On April 26 the United States revenue cutter " Gresham " stopped at Ogdensburg, N. Y., on her way from the upper lakes to the scene of naval activity. The "Gresham" is 205 feet in length and draws about 12 feet of water. She ...

    NewspaperText  Scientific American (New York), 10 Jul 1898  

    ACCIDENT TO THE REVENUE CUTTER "GRESHAM." On April 26 the United States revenue cutter " Gresham " stopped at Ogdensburg, N. Y., on her way from the upper lakes to ...

  • H. C. Pearsons
    NewspaperText  Daily Tribune (Grand Haven, MI), 19 Mar 1898     H. C. Pearsons

    In the death of Harrison C. Pearsons, which occurred this morning at his home in Ferrysburg, Ottawa County loses one of its best-known and most remarkable citizens. The death summons had long been expected, as the venerable old gentleman had been ailing for a long ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Tribune (Grand Haven, MI), 19 Mar 1898   H. C. Pearsons

    In the death of Harrison C. Pearsons, which occurred this morning at his home in Ferrysburg, Ottawa County loses one of its best-known and most remarkable citizens. ...

  • New York Herald, 24 May 1898
    NewspaperText       Hugh McKay, a veteran engineer, who lived at No. 67 Russell street, Brooklyn, died last Saturday in Coney Island. Although seventy-two years old, Mr. McKay offered his services to the Secretary of the Navy at the commencement of the war with Spain. He feared his age might be a bar ...
    NewspaperText     Hugh McKay, a veteran engineer, who lived at No. 67 Russell street, Brooklyn, died last Saturday in Coney Island. Although seventy-two years old, Mr. McKay offered his services to the ...
  • The Polson Iron Works
    Text  Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), Mar 1898, p. 21     The Polson Iron Works.

    This Toronto firm has a lot of marine other work on hand. The principal contract is for a flat-bottomed stern-wheel steamboat for the C.P.R. for use on the Stikine River, & one for another company for the Stewart River, reference to which appears on another ...

    Text  Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), Mar 1898, p. 21   The Polson Iron Works.

    This Toronto firm has a lot of marine other work on hand. The principal contract is for a flat-bottomed stern-wheel steamboat for the C.P.R. for use ...

  • Notices to Mariners
    Text  Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), Mar 1898, p. 21    
    Text  Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), Mar 1898, p. 21  
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