The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Cape Vincent Eagle (Cape Vincent, NY), 24 Aug 1922
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    an article by Uncle Philander Jr.:

    "....What I am going to complain about is the fact that the siren failed to function last Saturday afternoon when the St. Louis, the hulk of the old pulp wood boat that has laid in the water in the eastern portion of the village ...

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    an article by Uncle Philander Jr.:

    "....What I am going to complain about is the fact that the siren failed to function last Saturday afternoon when the St. Louis, the ...

  • Watertown Daily Times (Watertown, NY), April 22, 1922
    TextNewspaper       Capt. Franklin D. Phelps Dies ________ Sailor and Boat Builder, 69, Expires at Chaumont ________ Constructed Many Vessels ________ Engaged in Building Fishing Boat At Time He Was Taken Ill ________ Death Comes ...
    TextNewspaper     Capt. Franklin D. Phelps Dies ________ Sailor and Boat Builder, 69, Expires at Chaumont ________ Constructed Many Vessels ________ Engaged in Building Fishing Boat At Time He Was Taken Ill ...
  • Purchased the Buckley
    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 May 1922, p. 5, column 3     Purchased the Buckley

    The steamer Edw. Buckley, owned by the National Transit Co. of Mari­nette, and which wintered at the Smith Dock Company's yard in this city, was sold Monday to C. E. Mil­liard, John Garrach and John Hochness of Sarnia, Canada. The boat will be placed in the ...

    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 May 1922, p. 5, column 3   Purchased the Buckley

    The steamer Edw. Buckley, owned by the National Transit Co. of Mari­nette, and which wintered at the Smith Dock Company's yard in this city, was sold Monday ...

  • Work at Smith Yard
    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 17 Mar 1922, p. 5, column 2     Work At Smith Yard Work On Steamer Skater and Other Craft Nearing Completion--Will Be Ready Opening Navigation

    The yards of the Leathem D. Smith Dock Company has been the busiest place in the city during the present winter. While there has not been a large crew of men ...

    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 17 Mar 1922, p. 5, column 2   Work At Smith Yard Work On Steamer Skater and Other Craft Nearing Completion--Will Be Ready Opening Navigation

    The yards of the Leathem D. Smith Dock Company has been the busiest ...

  • Steamer Edward Buckley Sold
    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 11 May 1922, p. 8     Steamer Edward Buckley Sold

    The steamer Edward Buckley, which wintered at the yards of the L. D. Smith Dock company, has been sold by the National Transit Co. of Marinette to T. E. Millard, John Harckness and Jack Garroch of Sarnia, Canada.

    The boat is being gotten in ...

    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 11 May 1922, p. 8   Steamer Edward Buckley Sold

    The steamer Edward Buckley, which wintered at the yards of the L. D. Smith Dock company, has been sold by the National Transit Co. of Marinette ...

  • Cape Vincent Eagle (Cape Vincent, NY), 16 Nov 1922
    TextNewspaper       The large fishing tug, built at the Phelps shipyard, Chaumont, for Claude W. Cole, of this village, was launched last Thursday afternoon. The craft, considered to be one of the sturdiest built at Chaumont in years, will soon be ready to place in commission....
    TextNewspaper     The large fishing tug, built at the Phelps shipyard, Chaumont, for Claude W. Cole, of this village, was launched last Thursday afternoon. The craft, considered to be one of the ...
  • C.W. Cole's Fish Tug Nearing Completion
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 14 Oct 1922     C.W. Cole's Fish Tug Nearing Completion ___ Staunch Lake Craft Will Soon Be Launched From the Phelps Shipyard, Chaumont ___

    Another wooden steamer, fresh from the Chaumont yard, once so active but of ...

    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 14 Oct 1922   C.W. Cole's Fish Tug Nearing Completion ___ Staunch Lake Craft Will Soon Be Launched From the Phelps Shipyard, Chaumont ___

    Another wooden steamer, fresh from the Chaumont yard, once so ...

  • U. S. 117 (Barge), U167649, sunk, 14 Aug 1922
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  • Annie Laurie (Propeller), U105106, fire, 10 Aug 1922
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  • Robert C. Pringle (Propeller), U127764, sunk, 19 Jun 1922
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  • Omar D. Conger (Propeller), U155055, fire, 26 Mar 1922
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  • Rosa Belle (Schooner), U21302, wrecked, 1922
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  • Ida Keith (Schooner), U100110, fire, 16 Jan 1922
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  • Maplehurst (Propeller), C138230, aground, 1 Dec 1922
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  • Reliance (Propeller), C97115, wrecked, 12 Dec 1922
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  • Quincy A. Shaw (Propeller), U208762, collision, 3 May 1922
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  • Harriet B. (Barge), U116695, sunk by collision, 3 May 1922
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  • Conestoga (Propeller), C140998, fire, 21 May 1922
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  • City of Dresden (Propeller), aground, 18 Nov 1922
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  • Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, Jan. 24, 1922
    TextNewspaper       Fire Destroyed Northwestern Elevator Last Night _______ Firemen Fought Spectacular Blaze In Zero Temperature Through All Hours of Night _______ Loss is Believe to Be Covered By the Insurance Carried On the Property - Contained Only Small Amount of Grain - Was Built ...
    TextNewspaper     Fire Destroyed Northwestern Elevator Last Night _______ Firemen Fought Spectacular Blaze In Zero Temperature Through All Hours of Night _______ Loss is Believe to Be Covered By the Insurance Carried ...
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