The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

Results

We found
10
matching items
list thumb list 2 columns gallery
  • Turret Chief on Keweenaw Point
    Image       Photograph of TURRET CHIEF during 1914 salvage operations not only shows how close she was to the shore of Keweenaw Point, but also illustrates the narrowness of her upper deck and the width of the harbour deck.
    Image     Photograph of TURRET CHIEF during 1914 salvage operations not only shows how close she was to the shore of Keweenaw Point, but also illustrates the narrowness of her upper deck ...
  • Turret Chief (Propeller), 9 May 1916
    TextNewspaper       owner sued for repairs...
    TextNewspaper     owner sued for repairs...
  • Steamer TURRET CHIEF
    Image  1903 Blue Book of American Shipping (Cleveland, OH : Marine Review Publishing Co., 1903 )     "Steamer TURRET CHIEF, one of several vessels of similar type placed in Canadian lake service by British owners during 1903."
    Image  1903 Blue Book of American Shipping (Cleveland, OH : Marine Review Publishing Co., 1903 )   "Steamer TURRET CHIEF, one of several vessels of similar type placed in Canadian lake service by British owners during 1903."
  • Turret Chief (Propeller), aground, 10 May 1903
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
    Freight: wheat
    Remarks: Got off
    ...
    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
    Freight: wheat
    Remarks: Got off
    ...
  • Steamer Turret Chief Is Pulled off Rocks
    NewspaperText  Toronto World (Toronto, ON), 15 Jul 1914, p. 11     Steamer Turret Chief Is Pulled off Rocks

    _______

    Canadian Press Despatch

    CALUMET, Mich., July 14.--After many weeks of effort, Captain Alexander Cunning and his crew of wreckers have succeeded in releasing the Canadian seamer ...

    NewspaperText  Toronto World (Toronto, ON), 15 Jul 1914, p. 11   Steamer Turret Chief Is Pulled off Rocks

    _______

    Canadian Press Despatch

    CALUMET, Mich., July 14.--After many weeks of effort, Captain Alexander Cunning and his crew of wreckers have ...

  • Lights Ashore Not Visible to Vessel
    NewspaperText  Toronto World (Toronto, ON), 22 Nov 1913, p. 1     Lights Ashore Not Visible to Vessel _______ Investigation Into Wreck of Turret Chief Shows Boat to Have Been Well Equipped and Seaworthy -- Storm Signals Not Ignored -- Crew's Hardships in Woods. _______

    (Special to The Toronto World).

    KINGSTON, ...

    NewspaperText  Toronto World (Toronto, ON), 22 Nov 1913, p. 1   Lights Ashore Not Visible to Vessel _______ Investigation Into Wreck of Turret Chief Shows Boat to Have Been Well Equipped and Seaworthy -- Storm Signals Not Ignored -- Crew's Hardships ...
  • Investigation Into the Stranding of the Steamship Turret Chief
    NewspaperText  Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON), Jan 1914, p. 44     Investigation Into the Stranding of the Steamship Turret Chief

    An investigation into the stranding of the Canadian Lake and Ocean Navigation Co's. s.s. Turret Chief in Lake Superior, near Copper harbor, Keweenaw Point, U.S., on Nov. 8, was held at Kingston, Ont., Nov. 21 by ...

    NewspaperText  Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON), Jan 1914, p. 44   Investigation Into the Stranding of the Steamship Turret Chief

    An investigation into the stranding of the Canadian Lake and Ocean Navigation Co's. s.s. Turret Chief in Lake Superior, near Copper ...

  • Recovers Vessel Lost Last Fall
    NewspaperText  Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 4 Jul 1914, p. 11     Recovers Vessel Lost Last Fall _______ Capt. Cunning Floats Steamer Turret Chief From Keweenaw Point. _______

    ...

    Capt. Alex Cunning, wrecking master in charge of the steamer Favorite, yesterday released the steamer Turret Chief from the beach at Copper ...
    NewspaperText  Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 4 Jul 1914, p. 11   Recovers Vessel Lost Last Fall _______ Capt. Cunning Floats Steamer Turret Chief From Keweenaw Point. _______

    ...

    Capt. Alex Cunning, wrecking master in charge of the steamer Favorite, yesterday ...
  • Details of Toronto Vessels Wrecked
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1, 3     DETAILS OF TORONTO VESSELS WRECKED _______ Three of Them Swept on Rocks in the Great Storm _______ OWNERS AND OFFICERS _______ A Brother of Engineer Lougheed of the Wexford Leaves for Goderich -- The Merchants' Mutual Line of This City a Heavy ...
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1, 3   DETAILS OF TORONTO VESSELS WRECKED _______ Three of Them Swept on Rocks in the Great Storm _______ OWNERS AND OFFICERS _______ A Brother of Engineer Lougheed of the Wexford Leaves ...
  • Terrible Sufferings of Shipwrecked Crews
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1-2     TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS OF SHIPWRECKED CREWS _______ How Turret Chief and L. C. Waldo Were Dashed on the Rocks -- The Crews Almost Fozen, Were for Many Hours Without Food or Shelter _______

    (Special Despatch to The Globe.)

    Calumet, Mich., Nov. 11 ...

    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1-2   TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS OF SHIPWRECKED CREWS _______ How Turret Chief and L. C. Waldo Were Dashed on the Rocks -- The Crews Almost Fozen, Were for Many Hours Without Food or ...
Powered by / Alimenté par VITA Toolkit