The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Subject:  C. W. Cole (fish tug)  Year:  [1914, [1930, [1852, [1849, [1794, 1794]]]]]  Item type(s):  Clippings   Creative Commons Rights:  Attribution only Sort by:  Oldest date (to newest)
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Claude Cole Buys Buffalo From The Shields' Wild West Show 
TextNewspapers  "Claude Cole Buys Buffalo From The Shields' Wild West Show," Syracuse Herald (Syracuse, NY), 13 Mar 1926  Claude Cole Buys Buffalo From The Shields' Wild West Show Capt. Claude W. Cole, doughty lake master of Cape Vincent, whose tug C. W. Cole, last steamer to be launched at the Phelps shipyard in Chaumont, plied the eastern end of Lake Ontario, is about to essay a second attempt to establish a ...
"Old King" Cole Getting Things In Shape at the Ducks for Winter 
TextNewspapers  "Old King" Cole Getting Things In Shape at the Ducks for Winter, Syracuse Herald (Syracuse, NY), 10 Dec 1928  "Old King" Cole Getting Things In Shape at the Ducks for Winter Claude W. Cole will leave Cape Vincent this week for his island kingdom, the Main Ducks at the foot of Lake Ontario, taking a supply of provisions to Aleck Taylor and John Taylor, two of his employees, who will winter at the ...
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