The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Steamer Queen City
    Image       The Queen City, an old side-wheeler built in 1856, was sold by Neff & Co., Oshkosh, Wis. to Capt. A.Taylor, Escanaba, Mich., in 1857. It ran from Escanaba to Green Bay ports for many years. It was lost by fire near the Ford river. Probably listed in Beers, p.876, Vol. ...
    Image     The Queen City, an old side-wheeler built in 1856, was sold by Neff & Co., Oshkosh, Wis. to Capt. A.Taylor, Escanaba, Mich., in 1857. It ran from Escanaba to Green ...
  • Buffalo on Lake Erie
    Image       No. VII BUFFALO ON LAKE ERIE. The Town of Buffalo stands at the extreme eastern end of Lake Erie. Its harbour forms the termination of the Great Erie Canal, which passes through the State of New York. In this Sketch the extreme end of the Canal is seen where it ...
    Image     No. VII BUFFALO ON LAKE ERIE. The Town of Buffalo stands at the extreme eastern end of Lake Erie. Its harbour forms the termination of the Great Erie Canal, which ...
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