The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Cornwall towing on the Rock Ferry 
Image    Photograph of CORNWALL assisting the steamer ROCK FERRY aground at Main Duck Island
Cabot being lightened by Cornwall and Harriet D. 
Image    Photograph of the CABOTIA aground at Main Duck Island. The Donnelly Salvage Company steamboat CORNWALL and the lighter HARRIET D. are removing cargo.
Mary I. Robertson 
Image    Black and white photograph of a tug following the CORNWALL in a lock in the Welland Canal CORNWALL was built as MILINOKETT, (later HERBERT K. OAKES and STEELTON). She was scrapped by Steelco at Hamilton, ON, in 1946.
Image  c1906-08  Real photo postcard of Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company steamboat CORNWALL on the Richelieu River. Ex-ALGERIAN
Cornwall (Steamboat), C71609, 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ex KINGSTON, ALGERIAN, BAVARIAN,

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