The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • St. Clair River at Port Huron, Mich.
    Image       Panoramic photograph of the Saint Clair River at the entrance from Lake Huron
    Image     Panoramic photograph of the Saint Clair River at the entrance from Lake Huron
  • [General view of Mackinac Island]
    Image       Panoramic photograph of the waterfront of Mackinac Island showing a range of houses, churches, hotels and the fort above wharves on the Straits of Mackinac.
    Image     Panoramic photograph of the waterfront of Mackinac Island showing a range of houses, churches, hotels and the fort above wharves on the Straits of Mackinac.
  • [Bird's-eye view of Duluth showing harbor from Point of Rocks]
    Image       Panoramic photograph of the Duluth, MN waterfront.
    Image     Panoramic photograph of the Duluth, MN waterfront.
  • Concrete - central elevators, total capacity 4,500,000 bushels, Eastern Grain, Mill & Elevator Corporation, Buffalo, N.Y.
    Imagecomment       Panoramic photograph of a laker unloading a one of the major new concrete grain elevators on the Buffalo waterfront.
    Imagecomment     Panoramic photograph of a laker unloading a one of the major new concrete grain elevators on the Buffalo waterfront.
  • Baltimore & Ohio grain elevators, West Fairport, Ohio
    Image       Panoramic view of the Pioneer Steamship Company laker D. R. HANNA unloading at the Baltimore & Ohio grain elevators at West Fairport, OH
    Image     Panoramic view of the Pioneer Steamship Company laker D. R. HANNA unloading at the Baltimore & Ohio grain elevators at West Fairport, OH
  • [Buffalo & Erie basin]
    Image       Panoramic photograph of the I. WATSON STEPHENSON unloading onto a barge at the lumber yards on the Buffalo waterfront. To the right are a number of almost deserted wharves including an abandonned hull half sunk in the water. In the right background are some of the older Buffalo grain elevators.
    Image     Panoramic photograph of the I. WATSON STEPHENSON unloading onto a barge at the lumber yards on the Buffalo waterfront. To the right are a number of almost deserted wharves including ...
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