The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • First Lumber Boat Arrives
    NewspaperText  Evening News (North Tonawanda, NY), 5 May 1913, p. 1, column 4     FIRST LUMBER BOAT ARRIVES _______ Steamer Edward Buckley Has Aboard 600,000 Feet of Hemlock. _______ IRON CITY GOES DOWN _______ Schooner Rammed in St. Clair River by Steel Freighter Thomas F. Cole -- Captain and Crew of Vessel Escaped in Life ...
    NewspaperText  Evening News (North Tonawanda, NY), 5 May 1913, p. 1, column 4   FIRST LUMBER BOAT ARRIVES _______ Steamer Edward Buckley Has Aboard 600,000 Feet of Hemlock. _______ IRON CITY GOES DOWN _______ Schooner Rammed in St. Clair River by Steel Freighter Thomas ...
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