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  • Wrecks of News Boy and Blazing Star
        Wrecks of the News Boy and Blazing Star, Fisherman's Shoal, Lake Michigan, as seen in 1892. Outfit from the News Boy was salvaged by Samuel Neff & Sons in 1892 for $350. Charles S. Neff was present at the salvage work. The Blazing Star, a canal schooner of 265 tons, ...
      Wrecks of the News Boy and Blazing Star, Fisherman's Shoal, Lake Michigan, ...
  • Notes among the Sailors
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 12 Jun 1882     NOTES AMONG THE SAILORS The North Star Crew-- a Question of Revenue Law- The Blazing Star The schooner North Star has always paid union wages. Her crew heretofore consisted of two union men and a boy, besides the captain, mate and cook. Saturday night, before leaving Toronto, ...
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 12 Jun 1882   NOTES AMONG THE SAILORS The North Star Crew-- a Question of Revenue ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 4 Oct 1894
        Washington Island. To the Editor of the Democrat: Detroit Harbor, Sept. 29th--The scow Gurthrie (sic) of Milwaukee, ran on Fishermans Shoal during the night of the 26th. She is loaded with bark, which is owned by T. Platner (sic) of Milwaukee. Fishermans Shoal is about four ...
      Washington Island. To the Editor of the Democrat: Detroit Harbor, Sept. 29th--The ...
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