The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Fickle Fortune 
TextNewspapers  "Fickle Fortune," Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 18 Sep 1860  Fickle Fortune. - Most of our readers will remember the famous diver and sub-marine explorer of the lakes. The individual was originally a resident of Oswego, and for some years obtained his livelihood by odd jobs and laboring upon the docks. He finally became somewhat noted about town as a ...
"Diving With and Without Armor." 
TextNewspapers  "Diving With and Without Armor.", Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 27 Oct 1860  "Diving With and Without Armor." - This is the title of a pamphlet containing the submarine exploits of J.B. Green, the celebrated diver, who is now in this city. It purports to give a history of the adventures of Mr. Green, and although its style is not particularly perspicuous, the book is...
Diving With & Without Armor 
Text  1859 
The Wreck of the Propeller Globe -- Another Body Found 
NewspapersText  "The Wreck of the Propeller Globe -- Another Body Found," Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), 18 Mar 1861, p. 1 

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