Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • For Lake Superior
    Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 29 Oct 1863, p. 2     For Lake Superior The New Staunch Steamer PEWABIC, McKAY, Master, will leave our dock for Ontonagon and intermediate ports, this (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock. For Freight or Passage apply to H. GARRETSON & CO. No. 1 River St...
    Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 29 Oct 1863, p. 2   For Lake Superior The New Staunch Steamer PEWABIC, McKAY, Master, will leave ...
  • Why her Tow was Cast Adrift
    Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 17 Aug 1885, p. 7     WHY HER TOW WAS CAST ADRIFT. CHICAGO.Ill,. Aug. 16.--[Special.] -- Captain Dan Mallory of the steam barge Arthur Edwards explained why he cast his tow adrift. He was coming up the lake before a lively norther and suddenly came upon the steamer city of Milwaukee, headed almost due ...
    Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 17 Aug 1885, p. 7   WHY HER TOW WAS CAST ADRIFT. CHICAGO.Ill,. Aug. 16.--[Special.] -- Captain Dan ...
  • Marine Disasters
    Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 9 Nov 1865, p. 3     Marine Disasters The schooner International has gone to pieces on Salmon Point, Lake Erie. She had on board a cargo of corn, put on at this port for Kingston. The cargo is insured for $11,000, freight list for $4,500, and the hull for $8,000. The bark Great West No. 1 ...
    Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 9 Nov 1865, p. 3   Marine Disasters The schooner International has gone to pieces on Salmon Point, ...
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