The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Aug. 14, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Old Sailorman 60 Years Married Captain Wilber J. Vincent Was Master of Many Craft That Traded Into the Port of Oswego. Captain and Mrs. Wilber J. Vincent are today celebrating their sixtieth wedding anniversary at their home in Clayton. Captain Vincent is now retired, but for forty-three ...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Thurs., Aug. 14, 1919 
TextNewspapers    This is a slight variation with some additional information from an article that appeared in the Palladium.      
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Oct. 8, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Want Coast Guard Station Somewhere On Mexico Bay ____ Residents There Will Present Petition To Representative Mott For The Establishment Of One There - Plenty Of Occasion For One During Navigation. People in the eastern end of the county, especially those living along the lake shore, are ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Mon. Aug. 11, 1919 
TextNewspapers    STEAMER MILLS RUNS AGROUND. Went on Rocks Inside of Ford Shoal Buoy Early This Morning - Trying to Release Her. The steamer David W. Mills, owned by Frank Peterson of Cleveland, and captained by Matthew Langan of this city, ran hard aground on Ford shoals three miles west of this port at...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Tues. Aug. 12, 1919 
TextNewspapers    MILLS STILL AGROUND. And Nothing Had Been Done Up To Noon Toward Releasing Her. Nothing was done today toward releasing the steamer David W. Mills, of Cleveland, which went hard aground on Ford Shoals early yesterday morning when the lake was covered with smoke which made it impossible to...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Thur. Aug. 14, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Crew Paid Off. Only Two Watchman Left On the Steamer Mills. The Buffalo Courier today says: "Captain Frank Peterson, of Cleveland, owner of the steamers David W. Mills, which is ashore inside Ford shoal near Oswego, was in Buffalo yesterday en route to the scene of the wreck. The Mills is...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Fri. Aug. 15, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Wreckers Expected For Mills. The underwriters to whom the steamer Mills, aground at Ford shoals, has been abandoned, expect representatives of wrecking companies here in a day of two to see if she can be saved and submit bids for the work. ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Mon. Aug. 18, 1919 
TextNewspapers    TO MAKE ATTEMPT TO PULL OFF MILLS. Underwriters Refuse to Accept Boat and Will Try to Release Her. D.H. Filson, Of Smith Bros., representing the underwriters, who hold policies on the steamer David W. Mills, arrived in the city yesterday and is preparing to take steps to release the steamer....
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Thur. Aug. 22, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Awaiting Captain Le Beau. There have been no new developments relative to salvaging the steamer Mills. D.H. Filson, representing the underwriters, is awaiting-the arrival of Captain Le Beau, to secure a bid from him. ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed. Aug.  27, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Local Marine News. Captain Le Beau, of the Le Beau Wrecking Company, was here yesterday with Mr. Smith, of Smith Brothers, underwriters, of Cleveland, relative to releasing the steamer mills. They went to Cleveland last night and D.H. Filson, local representative of Smith Brothers, went to ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sat. Aug. 30, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Steamer Mills Badly Damaged. Reports say that the steamer Mills, ashore on the Ford Shoals, is badly smashed up as a result of the recent storm, and will probably be abandoned. Efforts will probably be made to save her machinery, however. The watchmen are still aboard the boat and the Mills...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Thur. Sept. 11, 1919 
TextNewspapers    The steamer Mills, which went aground on Ford Shoals a few weeks ago, is to be scrapped. Captain Langan received orders yesterday to remove everything of value from her. The boiler and heavy machinery will probably be taken out by Captain Hinckley. ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Tues. Sept. 16, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Stripping the MILLS. The work of stripping the steamer Mills is progressing quite rapidly. This afternoon a scow load of articles, mostly furnishings, were [sic] brought to this port in tow of the Coast Guard boat. ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed. Sept. 17, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Local Marine News. The steamer Hinckley has taken a boatload of articles from the steamer Mills, which is being stripped. ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Fri. Sept. 19, 1919 
TextNewspapers    The Mills Abandoned. The work of stripping the steamer Mills, which went ashore on Ford shoals during last month, was completed yesterday and the wreck abandoned. The engines and boilers were not taken from the hull. ...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Monday, Aug. 11, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Steamer Mills Went Ashore on Ford Shoal ____ Heavy Smoke Screen on the Lake Responsible for the Accident - Steamer in Command of Captain Lanagan, was Bound Light from Montreal to Sodus ___ The steamer David W. Mills, Captain Matt Lanagan of this city, went ashore on the Ford Shoals reef...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Steamer Mills High and Dry on Ford Shoals ________ Captain Peterson, one of the Owners, Arrived Here Today and is Making an Inspection of the Wreck This Afternoon - Went Up with Coast Guard Boat ____ Frank J. Peterson, Cleveland, O., one of the firm of Peterson & Collins, owners of the ...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Thurs., Aug. 14, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Steamer Mills May Be Abandoned ____ Underwriters are Coming Today to Take Over the Boat ___ The crew of the steamer D.W. Mills ashore on Ford Shoal, were taken off by the Coast Guard crew yesterday afternoon and landed at Parsons' ship chandlery store where they were paid off. Two men, ...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Thurs.,  Aug. 21, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Wrecking the Mills ________ Captain Filson Says He has Received No Word of the Sale of the Steamer _______ Captain D. H. Filson, representing Smith Brothers, underwriters, Cleveland, O., said this morning that he has received no information concerning the sale of the steamer David W. Mills...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Aug. 27, 1919 
TextNewspapers    Inspected The Steamer Mills _____ Captain Filson and Captain Smith in Kingston Today Conferring with Wrecking Company _____ Captain LaBeau of the LaBeau Wrecking Company, Toledo, O., was here yesterday and with Captain Smith of Cleveland, O., made an inspection of the steamer David W....

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