The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Subject:  Steamboats  Year:  1918  Sort by:  Relevance
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Hamonic and Noronic at Port Arthur, 1918 
ImageComments  1918  Black and white photograph of the Northern Navigation Company steamboats HAMONIC AND NORONIC at the pier in Port Arthur, ON. Just under HAMONIC is crowded with passengers and belches clouds of smoke. Reverse: "J. [W. Bald] Midland"
ImageComments  c1918  Black and white photograph of the Northern Navigation Company steamboat HAMONIC.
Clyde (Steamboat), U125086, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ... screw PECTAN.       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918       ...
Wenonah (Steamboat), U204457, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ... LITTLE CLYDE.       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918                   Steam Stern Paddlewheel LITTLE CLYDE...
Image  1916-20  Photograph of the Imperial Oil, Ltd. canal sized oil tanker IOCOMA Dating based on the description of the vessel in Scanner, v. 14, n. 8 (May 1982), Ship of the Month, Ship of the Month No. 111, IMPERIAL WHITBY
The City of Dover 
ImageComments  c1916-1921  Black and white photograph of the CITY OF DOVER on Lake Erie, probably carrying Kolbe Company fish and passengers between Port Dover, ON and Erie, PA. The CITY OF DOVER shifted to Georgian Bay in 1921 to operate as an excursion boat. She was retired around 1960 and broken up at Port Severn, ON.

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