The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Fri, 14 Jun, 1918 
TextNewspapers    SALVOR FOUNDERS; CREW OF 14 SAFE _______lb/> Tug Recently Purchased by Reid Co. Sinks Near So. Bay Special to the Free Press Port Huron, Mich, June 13. - Robert Reid, manager of the Reid Wrecking and Towing company, Sarnia, received word Thursday morning that the company's tug Salvor ...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Sep.11, 1918 
TextNewspapers    SANTIAGO IS LOST; HER CREW ESCAPES _______ Ore-laden Wooden Barge Founders in Saginaw Bay Crossing Saginaw bay, downbound, Monday night in tow of the steamer John F. Morrow, formerly the Edward N. Breitung, the wooden barge Santiago, weakened under the pounding of the heavy sea and foundered...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Sep.12, 1918 
TextNewspapers    RESCUE OF BARGE'S CREW SHOWS HERO ______ Master of J. F. Morrow is Credited With Daring Stunt Harbor Beach, Mich., Sept. 11. -- Members of the crew of the wooden barge Santiago, which, ore-laden, foundered Monday night about 15 miles above Point aux Barques, owe their lives to the heroism and...
Watertown Herald (Watertown, NY), Saturday July 6, 1918 
TextNewspapers    Barge Phelps Floated The barge Captain Phelps, a 200 ton craft built and owned by Captain Frank Phelps of Chaumont, was brought into Chaumont Bay Sunday from the Gallup Island, where she was beached last fall during the storm that wrecked two government vessels. With another barge and a tug...
Watertown Herald (Watertown, NY), Sat. April 20, 1918 
TextNewspapers    Navigation Open Unless unforeseen conditions arise, navigation will officially open between Cape Vincent and Kingston, Ontario, Monday. The steamer Missosqui at her dock in Kingston with steam up ready to make her first journey through the ice still floating down the channel, and if nothing ...
Lakeport (Propeller), U215679, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ... steam screw WAR PENGUIN.       Official Numbers Awarded from July 1, 1917 to Jan. 31, 1918       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1917             Steam...
Keuka (Schooner), U106644, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ...; Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918                   Schooner A. STEWART. U.S. No. 106644. Of 533 tons gross; 511 tons net. Built at Mount Clemens, Mich., in 1889. Home port, Niagara...
J. L. Crane (Schooner), U145254, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ...; Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918                         Schooner THEODORE S. FASSETT. U.S. No. 145254. Of 548 tons gross; 521 tons net...
Socony 82 (Schooner), U214518, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ...;#160; Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918 [sailing vessels]       Schooner Barge S. T. Co. No. 82. U. S. No. 214518. Of 2,320 tons gross; 2,070 tons net. Built at Cleveland, Ohio, in 1916. Home port, New York, N...
W. L. Kennedy (Schooner), U215206, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ...; Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918 Schooner Barge W.L. KENNEDY.* U. S. No. 215206. Of 1,014 tons gross; 1,014 tons net. Built at Sarnia, Ont., in 1882. Home port, Marquette, Mich. 251.5 x 36.0 x 14.5 crew of 1.       *Formerly British steam screw...
A. T. Kinney (Propeller), U204864, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ....       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918                   Steam screw CALDERA. * U. S. No. 204864. Of 6,328 tons gross; 4...
Aubrey (Propeller), U205312, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ...;#160;     Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918       Steam screw ERASTUS C. KNIGHT. U. S. No. 205312. Of 47 tons gross; 32 tons net. Built at Buffalo, N.Y. in 1908. Home port, Erie, Pa. 56.5 x 15.3 x 7.9 Tow...
Charles F. Glew (Propeller), U125974, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  .... RYAN.       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918             Steam screw CHARLES C. RYAN. U. S. No. 125974. Of 28 tons gross; 14...
Clyde (Steamboat), U125086, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ... screw PECTAN.       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918       ...
D. N. Runnels (Propeller), U157271, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ...; Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918       NOTE:- The above is incorrect, The YORK, became the D.P. PERRY, later Merchant Vessel lists [1920] correct the error. ...
Eugenio Cantoni (Propeller), U111284, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ... screw RAVENSCRAIG.       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918             Steam screw RAVENSCRAIG. U. S. No. 111284. Of 2,301 tons gross; 1,758 tons net. Built Port Huron...
Florence H. (Propeller), U215643, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ... steam screw SOUK AHRAS. Lost, April 17, 1918       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918 ...
Globe (Propeller), U115837, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ....       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918             Steam screw S.B. BARKER. U. S. No. 115837. Of 146 tons gross; 99 tons net. Built at Grand Haven, Mich., in 1882...
Harry Farnum (Propeller), U210590, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ex GEORGE E. WARREN
Back Bay (Propeller), U204945, 1918 
TextNewspapers  1918  ... steam screw BURLINGTON,       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1918                   Steam screw BURLINGTON. U.S. No. 204945. Of 2,285 tons gross...

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A. T. Kinney (Propeller) (1) Agnes W. (Propeller) (1) Alexander (Barge) (1) Algona (Propeller) (1) America (Propeller) (1) Americana (Propeller) (1) Amuray (Yacht) (1) Arabian (Propeller) (1) Aubrey (Propeller) (1) Australia (Propeller) (1) Awanda L. (Yacht) (1) B. F. Jones (Propeller) (1) Back Bay (Propeller) (1) Barges (14) Buckeye (Propeller) (1) Buffalo (Scow) (1) C. A. Congdon (Propeller) (1) Charles A. Eddy (Propeller) (1) Charles F. Glew (Propeller) (1) Charley Jones (Propeller) (1) City of Ottawa (Propeller) (1) Clyde (Steamboat) (1) Commodore (Barge) (1) Compton (Propeller) (1) Corlew (Yacht) (1) Cream City (Propeller) (2) Crusader (Propeller) (1) Curisolles (Propeller) (1) D. N. Runnels (Propeller) (1) Derbyshire (Schooner) (1) Don (Propeller) (1) Dredges (1) Duluth (Dredge) (1) Eagle (Propeller) (1) Earthquake (Scow) (1) Edward Buckley (Propeller) (3) Elizabeth Shuster (Barge) (1) Ella G. Stone (Propeller) (1) Emperor (Propeller) (1) Eugenio Cantoni (Propeller) (1) Fannie M. Rose (Propeller) (1) Florence H. (Propeller) (1) Gale Staples (Propeller) (1) George L. Eaton (Propeller) (1) Gladys H. (Barge) (1) Glenorchy (Propeller) (1) Globe (Propeller) (1) Grace Holland (Barge) (1) Grace Holland (schooner) (1) Grampian (Barge) (1) H. E. Runnels (Propeller) (2) Harry Farnum (Propeller) (1) Helen B. (1) Helena (Propeller) (1) Helena (Shipwreck) (1) Hilda (Barge) (1) Inkerman (Propeller) (1) Isabella (Yacht) (1) Ivy (Steam yacht) (1) J. L. Crane (Schooner) (1) Jay Gould (Propeller) (1) John A. Francomb (Schooner) (1) John Gaskin (Barge) (1) Kenozha (Propeller) (1) Keuka (Schooner) (1) Kingston (Barge) (1) Lake Allen (Propeller) (1) Lake Benton (Propeller) (1) Lake Capens (Propeller) (1) Lake Charles (Propeller) (1) Lake Charlotte (Propeller) (1) Lake Como (Propeller) (1) Lake Conesus (Propeller) (1) Lake Conway (Propeller) (1) Lake Crystal (Propeller) (1) Lake Duane (Propeller) (1) Lake Elizabeth (Propeller) (1) Lake Felicity (Propeller) (1) Lake Frances (Propeller) (1) Lake Houghton (Propeller) (1) Lake Hurst (Propeller) (1) Lake Owens (Propeller) (1) Lake Pewaukee (Propeller) (1) Lake Silver (Propeller) (1) Lake St. Clair (Propeller) (1) Lake St. Regis (Propeller) (1) Lake Traverse (Propeller) (1) Lake Tulare (Propeller) (1) Lake Weston (Propeller) (1) Lake Wilson (Propeller) (1) Lake Winona (Propeller) (1) Lakeport (Propeller) (1) Motor Vessels (6) Omaha (Propeller) (2) Propellers (88) Schooners (7) Scows (9) Shipwrecks (2) Steamboats (2) Yachts (6)
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