The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Subject:  Scows  Year:  1905  Sort by:  Relevance
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Mutual (Scow), U162434, 27 Apr 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ... 27, 1905 13-5       . . . . .       The new steel lighter MUTUAL was launched yesterday afternoon from...
George Herbert (Scow), U162471, sunk, 27 Nov 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...;#160;     Buffalo Evening News       November 29, 1905 St. Paul, Nov. 29.- A special to the Pioneer Press from Duluth says: "The scow GEORGE HERBERT was sunk off Two Islands on the north shore and it is reported five men...
Will Build Dump Scows 
TextNewspapers  "Will Build Dump Scows," Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 17 Apr 1905  WILL BUILD DUMP SCOWS ______ George Goble Gets Contracts for Two Big Ones. ______ George Goble, the owner of the Goble drydock, has been awarded the contract for building two new scows for the United States Government to be used n the harbor work in this...
Image  c1900-1910  Last major vessel built at the Goble shipyard was the "Frontenac," a dipper dredge. Built for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers during the summer 1891. 75' x 26' x 6'. Went into service that October. Rebuilt in 1910. Abandoned. Hull became part of foundation of pier for Oswego Yacht Club prior...

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