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  • Victim or Participant? Allied Fishing Fleets and U-Boat Attacks in World Wars I and II
    Gibson, Charles Dana, The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Oct 1991, 1-18     In 1907 the world's major powers, including the United States, Great Britain, and Germany, signed a series of treaties at The Hague. A portion of the treaty package was designated Conference Document XI, which in part granted protection during wartime to certain classes of vessels. Document XI specified that small ...
    Gibson, Charles Dana, The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Oct 1991, 1-18   In 1907 the world's major powers, including the United States, Great Britain, ...
  • Lake Erie Pound Net Boat
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  • Fishtug Racey at Port Dover - 1925
        Black and white photograph of the fishing tug RACEY of Port Dover in her home port alongside a wooden wharf and fishing shanty. On the roof of the shanty is "S DYER". A variety of fishing gear is scattered across the dock and leaning against the building.
      Black and white photograph of the fishing tug RACEY of Port Dover ...
  • Building the City of Dover
        Black and white photograph of the CITY OF DOVER on the stocks in the shipyard at Port Dover, ON in 1916. John E. Paasch, the shipwright, and W. F. Kolbe, the owner, are probably in the photograph. Two men in World War I uniforms stand on the deck frames. A ...
      Black and white photograph of the CITY OF DOVER on the stocks ...
  • Beach at Petoskey
        Handwritten on reverse: "Beach at Petoskey"
      Handwritten on reverse: "Beach at Petoskey"
  • Cape Vincent Eagle (Cape Vincent, NY), 16 Nov 1922
        The large fishing tug, built at the Phelps shipyard, Chaumont, for Claude W. Cole, of this village, was launched last Thursday afternoon. The craft, considered to be one of the sturdiest built at Chaumont in years, will soon be ready to place in commission...
      The large fishing tug, built at the Phelps shipyard, Chaumont, for Claude ...
  • Lifting Lake Erie Pound-Net
  • Fishing Boats at Erie
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  • Driving Stakes for Pound-Net Boat on Lake Erie
  • Lake Erie Pound-Nets for Capture of Whitefish, Herring, Etc.
  • SS "Pelee" in Kingsville dock
        "SS "Pelee" in Kingsville dock" "KG1" Reverse: "Copyrighted. Published by Valentine-Black Co. Ltd., Toronto, Canada" "VB Bond Street Series"
      "SS "Pelee" in Kingsville dock" "KG1" Reverse: "Copyrighted. Published by Valentine-Black Co. ...
  • Port Dover harbour
        Black and white photograph of Port Dover about 1910. The fish tug JIM & TOM lies alongside the wooden wharf. Her crew and the man on the wharf are very aware of the photographer. A small punt lies almost under the wharf in the lower right of the picture. Packing ...
      Black and white photograph of Port Dover about 1910. The fish tug ...
  • Crew of Dimmie John
        Black and white photograph of the crew of the fishtug DIMMIE JOHN out of Port Dover around 1925
      Black and white photograph of the crew of the fishtug DIMMIE JOHN ...
  • Fishermen
        "St. Clair River Scenes" "Photographed and Published by Jenney & Miller, Flint Mich."
      "St. Clair River Scenes" "Photographed and Published by Jenney & Miller, Flint ...
  • Meldrum Bay, Manitoulin Is.
        Reverse: "Meldrum Bay, Manitoulin Is. Working on Ship Alberta M" "Len Bailey Bill McGibbon George Young Boat Alberta M."
      Reverse: "Meldrum Bay, Manitoulin Is. Working on Ship Alberta M" "Len Bailey ...
  • Telescope, v. 5, n. 3 (March 1956)
  • Telescope, v. 5, n. 7 (July 1956)
  • Telescope, v. 4, n. 8 (August 1955)
  • E.C. OGGEL and the VIGILANT at Port Dover
        Black and white photograph of the seized American fishing tug E. C. OGGEL, after being brought into Port Dover by the fisheries protection steamboat VIGILANT for fishing in Canadian waters. A group of men discusses the situation on the pier, with the Port Dover lighthouse in the background.
      Black and white photograph of the seized American fishing tug E. C. ...
  • C.W. Cole's Fish Tug Nearing Completion
    Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 14 Oct 1922     C.W. Cole's Fish Tug Nearing Completion ___ Staunch Lake Craft Will Soon Be Launched From the Phelps Shipyard, Chaumont ___ Another wooden steamer, fresh from the Chaumont yard, once so active but of ...
    Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 14 Oct 1922   C.W. Cole's Fish Tug Nearing Completion ___ Staunch Lake Craft Will Soon ...
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