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  • Lake Erie Steamboat ATLANTIC, 1848
        Sketch of the steamboat ATLANTIC
      Sketch of the steamboat ATLANTIC
  • ATLANTIC
        ATLANTIC: Built for E. B. & S. Ward, by J. L. Wolverton, at Newport, Mich., 1848 Length 267 feet; 33 feet beam, and 13 feet 4 inches depth of hold. 1,155.18 tons Engine, by Hogg & Delamater, N. Y., cylinder 60 inches by 11 ft stroke. 2 Boilers, each 10 ...
      ATLANTIC: Built for E. B. & S. Ward, by J. L. Wolverton, ...
  • Shooting the Rapids in St. Mary's River
        Two paddler and one passenger in a birchbark canoe shooting the Rapids in St. Mary's River
      Two paddler and one passenger in a birchbark canoe shooting the Rapids ...
  • Great Lakes Steamboat Michigan, 1833
        Great Lakes Steamboat Michigan, 1833
      Great Lakes Steamboat Michigan, 1833
  • Michigan
        MICHIGAN Built 1833, at Detroit, Mich. Hull, by F. Church, 156 feet in length, from stem to stern; 29 feet beam, 11 feet 2 inches depth of hold. 472 73/95 tons. Two beam engines, of 80 horse power each, built by Silas Battell, of Buffalo, N.Y. The MICHIGAN was owned ...
      MICHIGAN Built 1833, at Detroit, Mich. Hull, by F. Church, 156 feet ...
  • Great Lakes Steamboat Thomas Jefferson, 1834
        Great Lakes Steamboat Thomas Jefferson, 1834
      Great Lakes Steamboat Thomas Jefferson, 1834
  • Thomas Jefferson
        Thomas Jefferson Built 1834, at Erie, PA Hull, of wood, built by S. Jenkins. Length from stem to stern 174 feet; breadth of beam 26 feet 8 inches; depth of hold 9 feet 8 inches. Engine, cross-head, constructed by Jas. P. Allaire. New York. 150 horse power Tonnage 428 66/95 ...
      Thomas Jefferson Built 1834, at Erie, PA Hull, of wood, built by ...
  • Lake Erie Steamboat INDIANA, 1841
        Lake Erie Steamboat INDIANA, 1841
      Lake Erie Steamboat INDIANA, 1841
  • INDIANA
        INDIANA Built 1841, at Toledo, Ohio HULL, of wood, 175 feet in length; 26 feet breadth of beam, and 12 feet depth of hold. ENGINE, vertical beam, 48 inches diameter of cylinder by 7 feet stroke Tonnage 550 The INDIANA was the largest and finest steamboat that had ever been ...
      INDIANA Built 1841, at Toledo, Ohio HULL, of wood, 175 feet in ...
  • Great Lake Passenger Steamboat EMPIRE, 1844
        Great Lake Passenger Steamboat EMPIRE, 1844
      Great Lake Passenger Steamboat EMPIRE, 1844
  • EMPIRE
        EMPIRE Built 1844, at Cleveland, O. HULL, of wood, constructed by Capt. George W. Jones. Length on water line 251 feet; over all 260 feet. ENGINE, inclined Low Pressure, below deck, built by the Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Co., Cleveland, O. Diameter of cylinder 35 inches, by 10 feet stroke of ...
      EMPIRE Built 1844, at Cleveland, O. HULL, of wood, constructed by Capt. ...
  • Great Lakes Propeller PRINCETON, 1845
        Great Lakes Propeller PRINCETON, 1845
      Great Lakes Propeller PRINCETON, 1845
  • PRINCETON
        PRINCETON Built 1845, by Samuel Hubbell, at Perrysburg, Ohio Designed by Amos Pratt Hubbell Length 185 feet; Breadth, 27 feet (over guards 39 feet); Depth of hold, 10 feet. Two twin-screw Engines, 24 inch cylinders, by 24 inches stroke; built by the Auburn, New York, States Prison. Two boilers, 6 ...
      PRINCETON Built 1845, by Samuel Hubbell, at Perrysburg, Ohio Designed by Amos ...
  • Lake Erie Steamboat Mississippi, 1853
        Lake Erie Steamboat Mississippi, 1853
      Lake Erie Steamboat Mississippi, 1853
  • MISSISSIPPI
        MISSISSIPPI built 1853 by F. W. & B. B. Jones, at Buffalo, N. Y. Length 335 feet; Beam 40 feet; Depth of hold 14 ft Tonnage 1,829 One beam engine, by J. P. Morris & Co., of Philadelphia, 82 inch cylinder by 12 ft stroke; (Walking beam 12 feet wide ...
      MISSISSIPPI built 1853 by F. W. & B. B. Jones, at Buffalo, ...
  • Great Lakes Steamboat NORTH STAR, 1854
        Great Lakes Steamboat NORTH STAR, 1854
      Great Lakes Steamboat NORTH STAR, 1854
  • NORTH STAR
        NORTH STAR Built at Cleveland, Ohio, 1854 Length 274 feet; beam 33 1/2 feet; hold 15 1/2 feet; 1,106 tons The NORTH STAR was built for the Cleveland and Lake Superior Line, and was launched on May 20, 1854. She was considered one of the most beautiful boats of her ...
      NORTH STAR Built at Cleveland, Ohio, 1854 Length 274 feet; beam 33 ...
  • Lake Erie Steamboat WESTERN WORLD, 1854
        Lake Erie Steamboat WESTERN WORLD, 1854
      Lake Erie Steamboat WESTERN WORLD, 1854
  • WESTERN WORLD
        WESTERN WORLD Built 1854, at Buffalo, N.Y. HULL, of wood, constructed by John Englis, at Green-Point, (Long Island), N. Y., and put together in shipyard of Bidwell & Banta, Buffalo. Extreme length 348 feet, breadth of beam 45 feet, over guards 72 1/2 feet; depth of hold 15 feet ENGINE, ...
      WESTERN WORLD Built 1854, at Buffalo, N.Y. HULL, of wood, constructed by ...
  • Lake Erie Steamboat Western Metropolis, 1856
        Lake Erie Steamboat Western Metropolis, 1856
      Lake Erie Steamboat Western Metropolis, 1856
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