The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Subject:  Steamboats  Year:  1919  Sort by:  Relevance
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Concrete - central elevators, total capacity 4,500,000 bushels, Eastern Grain, Mill & Elevator Corporation, Buffalo, N.Y. 
ImageComments  1919  Panoramic photograph of a laker unloading a one of the major new concrete grain elevators on the Buffalo waterfront.
Ohio. Cleveland. Numerous Lake Vessels in Inner Harbor (1919) 
Image  1919  ..."Ohio. Cleveland. Numerous Lake Vessels in Inner Harbor (1919)" "New York State Education Department. Visual Instruction Division. Negative No. B13704"...
Rita B. (Steamboat), C103099, 1919 
TextNewspapers  1919  ...Steam paddle CHATEAUGAY.* Official Canada No. 103099. Of 222 gross tons. Built at Montreal, P. Q., in 1894. 133.8 x 20.2 x 9.0.       * Renamed RITA B. - Canada - 1919       Herman Runge List...
Muskegon (Steamboat), U125906, aground, 20 Oct 1919 
TextNewspapers  1919  ...CITY OF MILWAUKEE* Built February 12, 1881 Sidewheel Passenger - Iron U. S. No. 125906 1148 gt - 871 nt 230.0 x 33.0 x 12.0       *Renamed, (b) HOLLAND - US - 1905       (c) MUSKEGON - US - 1919...
Phoenix (Steamboat), fire, 5 Sep 1919 
TextNewspapers  1919  Reason: fire Remarks: Total loss
Steamer SEEANDBEE between Buffalo and Cleveland 
Image  c1919  Coloured postcard of the Cleveland and Buffalo line steamboat SEEANDBEE on Lake Erie. "Steamer SEEANDBEE between Buffalo and Cleveland"

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