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  • Shamrock (Steamboat), sunk by explosion, 1 Jul 1842
        Reason: sunk by explosion Lives: 54 Remarks: Total loss ?? ...
      Reason: sunk by explosion Lives: 54 Remarks: Total loss ?? ...
  • Steamboat construction at Cleveland
        "Liebich, Photo. Cleveland, O."
      "Liebich, Photo. Cleveland, O."
  • The steamer ARGYLE berthed in the Canal Basin at Dundas
        The steamer ARGYLE berthed in the Canal Basin at Dundas
      The steamer ARGYLE berthed in the Canal Basin at Dundas
  • Steamer Caroline, burned and sent over Niagara Falls in 1837.
        "Steamer Caroline, burned and sent over Niagara Falls in 1837. Cassier's Magazine"
      "Steamer Caroline, burned and sent over Niagara Falls in 1837. Cassier's Magazine"
  • Steamer CITY OF CHICAGO leaving harbor of St. Joseph, Mich.
        "Steamer CITY OF CHICAGO leaving harbor of St. Joseph, Mich." Reverse: "No. 2. Publ. by Burkhard Bros.: St. Joseph, Mich."
      "Steamer CITY OF CHICAGO leaving harbor of St. Joseph, Mich." Reverse: "No. ...
  • Steamer City of Cleveland, D & C Line
        "Steamer City of Cleveland, D & C Line" Reverse: "The new D & C. Line Steamer City of Cleveland is the masterpiece of modern marine architecture. This new boat cost $1,250,000 is 444 feet long, 86 feet 6 inches wide, and seven decks high. A three cylinder compound engine of ...
      "Steamer City of Cleveland, D & C Line" Reverse: "The new D ...
  • Steamer "City of Detroit III" D. & C. Line at Night
        "Steamer "City of Detroit III" D &c. Line at Night" Reverse: "1354 CITY OF DETROIT III OF THE D. & C. LINE, AT NIGHT. Cost $1,500,000. Operates between Detroit and Buffalo in connection with steamer "City of Cleveland." This is the largest and finest side-wheel steamer afloat, being 500 feet ...
      "Steamer "City of Detroit III" D &c. Line at Night" Reverse: "1354 ...
  • The steamer MACASSA entering Toronto harbour
        Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901...
      Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901...
  • The steamer MACASSA in the Burlington Canal
        Photograph of the Burlington Canal, looking out toward the Lake, from the top of the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club house. The steamer MACASSA is passing the swing bridge built by the Hamilton & NorthWestern Ry. in 1876. The Main Light Station was established in 1838. In the foreground is one ...
      Photograph of the Burlington Canal, looking out toward the Lake, from the ...
  • Steamer "North King" plying on Lake Ontario, Charlotte, N. Y.
        "Steamer "North King" plying on Lake Ontario, Charlotte, N. Y." Reverse: "No. C1119 Published by the Rochester News Company, Rochester, N. Y. Dresden-Leipzig-Berlin Made in Germany. [symbol] "Litho-Chrome"
      "Steamer "North King" plying on Lake Ontario, Charlotte, N. Y." Reverse: "No. ...
  • Steamer "Ossifrage," Chatham, Ont., Canada
        "Steamer "Ossifrage," Chatham, Ont., Canada" "105,858" Reverse: "Valentine & Sons Publishing Co, Montreal and Toronto printed in Great Britain"
      "Steamer "Ossifrage," Chatham, Ont., Canada" "105,858" Reverse: "Valentine & Sons Publishing Co, ...
  • Steamer Toronto, Thousand Islands, N. Y.
        "28. Steamer Toronto, Thousand Islands, N. Y." Reverse: "Publ. by N.W.P. & P. Co., Potsdam, NY"; "Post Card"
      "28. Steamer Toronto, Thousand Islands, N. Y." Reverse: "Publ. by N.W.P. & ...
  • Str. "Greater Detroit"
        "Str. "Greater Detroit" Length 550 feet. Width, 100 feet. Draught 16 feet. Tonnage, 4,500. Horsepower, 12,000. Speed 21 miles" Reverse: "Pub. by National Railway news Co. Inc." "New Steamers Greater Detroit -- Greater Buffalo. The two largest steamers of their type in the world, each having 26 parlors with bath; ...
      "Str. "Greater Detroit" Length 550 feet. Width, 100 feet. Draught 16 feet. ...
  • Str. "Rapids Prince" in the midst of the Maelstrom while shooting the Long Sault Rapid, St. Lawrence River, Canada
        "Str. "Rapids Prince" in the midst of the Maelstrom while shooting the Long Sault Rapid, St. Lawrence River, Canada" "108,328" Reverse: "Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto; Printed in Great Britain"
      "Str. "Rapids Prince" in the midst of the Maelstrom while shooting the ...
  • Str. Seeandbee
        "71060 Str. Seeandbee Length 500 feet - breadth 98 feet 6 inches - 510 staterooms - speed 22 miles per hour" Reverse: "Phostint" Made only by Detroit Publishing Co."
      "71060 Str. Seeandbee Length 500 feet - breadth 98 feet 6 inches ...
  • The Tionesta, Typical Great Lakes Steamer, Lake Superior
        "32042 The Tionesta, Typical Great Lakes Steamer, Lake Superior" "43" "Keystone View Company Cpyrighted Manufacturers Publishers Made in U.S.A." "Meadville, Pa., New York, N. Y., Chicago, Ill., London, England"
      "32042 The Tionesta, Typical Great Lakes Steamer, Lake Superior" "43" "Keystone View ...
  • Towing the stern of a new CPR ship
        Small black and white albumen print of the stern section of one of the 1907 Canadian Pacific Railway steamboats, Assiniboia or Keewatin, being towing through a canal with a tugboat at each end.
      Small black and white albumen print of the stern section of one ...
  • U. S. S. Wolverine (formerly U. S. S. Michigan), oldest Iron Gun Boat in the World, built in 1843
        "U. S. S. Wolverine (formerly U. S. S. Michigan), oldest Iron Gun Boat in the World, built in 1843" "Copyright by L. C. Schauble" Reverse: "L. C. Schauble, Erie. Pa. (Made in Germany)"
      "U. S. S. Wolverine (formerly U. S. S. Michigan), oldest Iron Gun ...
  • U. S. Ship Canal, St. Clair Flats
        Coloured postcard of a paddlewheeled passenger steamboat in the ship channel in the St. Clair flats. A small steam launch can be seen on the right bank of the channel.
      Coloured postcard of a paddlewheeled passenger steamboat in the ship channel in ...
  • Unloading an ore-steamer at Cleveland, O. -- lowering a 5-ton electric clam into the hold
        "7963 (a) Unloading an ore-steamer at Cleveland, O. -- lowering a 5-ton electric clam into the hold. Copyright Underwood & Underwood U-85922" "Underwood & Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto-Canada, Ottawa-Kansas" "Works and Studios - Arlington, N. J. Westwood, N. J." "S198" Reverse "7963. We are standing on the deck ...
      "7963 (a) Unloading an ore-steamer at Cleveland, O. -- lowering a 5-ton ...
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