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  • Improvement of the St. Lawrence River
    TextNewspaper  The Monthly Nautical Magazine and Quarterly Review (New York, NY: Griffiths & Bates, 1855), December 1854, pp. 176     Improvement of the St. Lawrence River. -- Mons. Maillefert, whose famous operations in submarine blasting are so widely known, has been engaged to remove the rock obstructions to navigation in the Long Sault, Coteau, Cedars, and other rapids of the St. Lawrence, between Ogdensburgh and Montreal. ...
    TextNewspaper  The Monthly Nautical Magazine and Quarterly Review (New York, NY: Griffiths & Bates, 1855), December 1854, pp. 176   Improvement of the St. Lawrence River. -- Mons. Maillefert, whose famous operations in submarine blasting are so widely known, has been engaged to remove the rock obstructions to navigation in ...
  • Peter R Cresswell, upbound
    Image       Digital photograph of the Peter R Cresswell, upbound in the Amherstburg Channel.
    Image     Digital photograph of the Peter R Cresswell, upbound in the Amherstburg Channel.
  • Peter R Cresswell, Amherstburg Channel
    Image       Digital photograph of the Peter R Cresswell, headed upbound in the Amherstburg Channel. Seen here passing Boblo Island.
    Image     Digital photograph of the Peter R Cresswell, headed upbound in the Amherstburg Channel. Seen here passing Boblo Island.
  • EMILIE transits the Livingstone Channel
    Image       A series of digital photographs which follow the transit of the saltwater vessel "Emilie", registered in the Panama, as she transits the Livingstone Channel in the mouth of the Detroit River. Detail images include the crossing of the middle open water "Hole-in-the-Wall" section, travelling through the upper section, emerging between ...
    Image     A series of digital photographs which follow the transit of the saltwater vessel "Emilie", registered in the Panama, as she transits the Livingstone Channel in the mouth of the Detroit ...
  • U. S. Ship Canal, St. Clair Flats
    Imagemysterycomment       Coloured postcard of a paddlewheeled passenger steamboat in the ship channel in the St. Clair flats. A small steam launch can be seen on the right bank of the channel.
    Imagemysterycomment     Coloured postcard of a paddlewheeled passenger steamboat in the ship channel in the St. Clair flats. A small steam launch can be seen on the right bank of the channel.
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