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  • John Furlong on his cabin door
    Image       "John Furlong, finding his cabin door will not support two, is compelled to relinquish it to Gough, who was afterwards lost"
    Image     "John Furlong, finding his cabin door will not support two, is compelled to relinquish it to Gough, who was afterwards lost"
  • Mr. and Mrs. Evison Clinging to the pilot-house of the LADY ELGIN
    Image       Mr. and Mrs. Evison Clinging to the pilot-house of the LADY ELGIN
    Image     Mr. and Mrs. Evison Clinging to the pilot-house of the LADY ELGIN
  • The late Captain John Wilson, of the steamer LADY ELGIN
    Image       "The late Captain John Wilson, of the steamer LADY ELGIN from a photograph by Alschuler"
    Image     "The late Captain John Wilson, of the steamer LADY ELGIN from a photograph by Alschuler"
  • Edward Spencer and his associates gallantly risking their lives
    Image       "Edward Spencer and his associates gallantly risking their lives in the surf to rescue the drowning people"
    Image     "Edward Spencer and his associates gallantly risking their lives in the surf to rescue the drowning people"
  • The Schooner AUGUSTA in port at Chicago, after the collision with the steamer LADY ELGIN
    Image       "The Schooner AUGUSTA in port at Chicago, after the collision with the steamer LADY ELGIN -- From a photograph by S. Alschuler, Chicago."
    Image     "The Schooner AUGUSTA in port at Chicago, after the collision with the steamer LADY ELGIN -- From a photograph by S. Alschuler, Chicago."
  • Captain Jack Wilson, on the raft
    Image       "Captain Jack Wilson, on the raft encouraging the sufferers, cried out, "Now, Boys, look out for breakers ahead!"
    Image     "Captain Jack Wilson, on the raft encouraging the sufferers, cried out, "Now, Boys, look out for breakers ahead!"
  • Shipwrecks, Collisions and Accidents in St. Lawrence/Great Lakes W aterway, 1848-1900
    Text  Camu, Pierre, The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Apr 1996, 43-66     There is quite a literature about shipwrecks at sea or in the confined waters of gulfs, deltas or rivers. Indeed, wrecks have long exerted a fascination because of their spectacular results, often involving losses of vessels and lives and leaving as mute testimony smashed ships, floating debris or empty lifeboats. ...
    Text  Camu, Pierre, The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Apr 1996, 43-66   There is quite a literature about shipwrecks at sea or in the confined waters of gulfs, deltas or rivers. Indeed, wrecks have long exerted a fascination because of their spectacular ...
  • The Pilot of La Salle’s Griffon
    Text  Calnan, Joe, The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Jul 2013, 213-238     The French explorer Robert Cavelier de La Salle (1643-1687) had a small rigged sailing coaster built in 1679 to travel between the Niagara River and Lake Michigan. La Salle hired a qualified and experienced pilot to conduct the vessel on these waters, but within nine months of starting on the ...
    Text  Calnan, Joe, The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Jul 2013, 213-238   The French explorer Robert Cavelier de La Salle (1643-1687) had a small rigged sailing coaster built in 1679 to travel between the Niagara River and Lake Michigan. La Salle hired ...
  • The GREEN HILL PARK disaster
    WebsiteText  Stanton, John, The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Jan 1991     Early in 1945 explosions and fire ravaged the S.S. Green Hill Park in Vancouver harbour, killing two seamen and six longshoremen instantly.1 Ironically, this ship of death had been named after a peaceful picnic ground at Alma, a village in central Nova Scotia. As a result of the disaster, the ...
    WebsiteText  Stanton, John, The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Jan 1991   Early in 1945 explosions and fire ravaged the S.S. Green Hill Park in Vancouver harbour, killing two seamen and six longshoremen instantly.1 Ironically, this ship of death had been named ...
  • "This Sad and Melancholy Catastrophe:" Port Maitland, Ontario and the Wreck of the Troopship Commerce, 6 May 1850
    Text  McIntyre, Kyle, The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Jul 1998, 39-49     The broadsheets and nautical journals of the mid-nineteenth century register shipwrecks with the same detachment that can be read in the daily traffic reports of a contemporary newspaper. The human elements in the events are downplayed and the material costs neatly summarized as insurance estimates. Yet in any tragedy it ...
    Text  McIntyre, Kyle, The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Jul 1998, 39-49   The broadsheets and nautical journals of the mid-nineteenth century register shipwrecks with the same detachment that can be read in the daily traffic reports of a contemporary newspaper. The human ...
  • Burning of the Lake Erie Steamer Northern Indiana
    Image       "Burning of the Lake Erie Steamer Northern Indiana"
    Image     "Burning of the Lake Erie Steamer Northern Indiana"
  • Explosion of the Propeller Inkermann, at Browne's Wharf, Toronto, C. W., May 29, 1857
    Image       "Explosion of the Propeller Inkermann, at Browne's Wharf, Toronto, C. W., May 29, 1857"
    Image     "Explosion of the Propeller Inkermann, at Browne's Wharf, Toronto, C. W., May 29, 1857"
  • Two Ships - Two Flags:
the Outaouaise/Williamson and the Iroquoise/Anson on Lake Ontario, 1759 -1761
    Text  Andrews, Robert J., The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Jul 2004, 41-55     In 1759, Louis-Pierre Poulin de Courval Cressé undertook the construction of three corvettes at the shipyard at Point au Baril (at Maitland, in Ontario), on the St. Lawrence River. Two of the ships (l'Outaouaise and l'Iroquoise) were launched and put into service on the river and on Lake Ontario. In ...
    Text  Andrews, Robert J., The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Jul 2004, 41-55   In 1759, Louis-Pierre Poulin de Courval Cressé undertook the construction of three corvettes at the shipyard at Point au Baril (at Maitland, in Ontario), on the St. Lawrence River. Two ...
  • Goudreau
    Image       Photograph of the GOUDREAU off Lyal Island, Lake Huron after she stranded on 23 November 1917 and broke in two.
    Image     Photograph of the GOUDREAU off Lyal Island, Lake Huron after she stranded on 23 November 1917 and broke in two.
  • Henry C. Daryaw
    Image       Photograph of the HENRY C. DARYAW after her grounding near Brockville.
    Image     Photograph of the HENRY C. DARYAW after her grounding near Brockville.
  • Ralph Budd
    Image       Photograph of the RALPH BUDD after being wrecked on the Keweenaw Peninsula near Eagle Harbor.
    Image     Photograph of the RALPH BUDD after being wrecked on the Keweenaw Peninsula near Eagle Harbor.
  • NEW YORK NEWS aground near Shelter Bay
    Image       Photograph of the NEW YORK NEWS hard aground near Shelter Bay, Quebec.
    Image     Photograph of the NEW YORK NEWS hard aground near Shelter Bay, Quebec.
  • George A. Graham
    Image       Photograph of GEORGE A. GRAHAM aground at South Baymouth in 1920.
    Image     Photograph of GEORGE A. GRAHAM aground at South Baymouth in 1920.
  • Pontiac
    Image       Photograph of the PONTIAC after her collision with ATHABASCA in the Little Lake George Channel of the St. Mary's River, 14 July 1891. Note that her entire foredeck is missing.
    Image     Photograph of the PONTIAC after her collision with ATHABASCA in the Little Lake George Channel of the St. Mary's River, 14 July 1891. Note that her entire foredeck is missing.
  • Aground on Ile Parisienne 12/10/27
    Image       Aground on Ile Parisienne 12/10/27
    Image     Aground on Ile Parisienne 12/10/27
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