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  • Telescope, v. 25, n. 3 (May - June 1976)
  • Northern Belle (1875)
        Other Names: Gladys; Official No.: 71111; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1876) as Gladys 129x23x10 Owned by Georgian Bay Transportation Co. 1877, 1880; Great Northern Transit Co. 1895. Built by J. Brennan, Marine City Mich. 1875. First engine 20x22 by builder, after 1893 17-28x21 by Frontier Iron Works, Detroit. Licensed for 250 ...
      Other Names: Gladys; Official No.: 71111; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1876) as Gladys ...
  • Northern Queen (1872)
        Other Names: Robert Holland; Official No.: 71114; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1878) as Robert Holland Later Registration: U.S.A. (1881) 149x28x10 Owned by Georgian Bay Transportation Co. Built by Cowie & Co., Marine City Mich. 1872. Engine 27x33 by builders. Used Collingwood-Sault Ste. Marie. Carried 150 passengers 1879.
      Other Names: Robert Holland; Official No.: 71114; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1878) as ...
  • River King (1866)
        Official No.: 51690; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1867) 58x19x6 Owned by J. Hart, Sombra Ont. Built by Dole, Marine City Mich. Used on Thames River.
      Official No.: 51690; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1867) 58x19x6 Owned by J. Hart, ...
  • Sea Gull (1862)
        Official No.: 51682; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1867) 51x14x5 Owned by R. J. Gordon, 1865; W. J. Keays, Sarnia 1874; W. Patterson, Wallaceburg 1886; J. M. Haney, Mitchell's Bay Ont. 1895; M. McLean, Sault Ste. Marie Ont. 1901. Built by D. McDole, Marine City Mich 1862. Engine 10½x12 by H. Bennett ...
      Official No.: 51682; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1867) 51x14x5 Owned by R. J. ...
  • T.D. Dole (1864)
        Other Names: J.C. Clark (1871); Official No.: 51669; Previous Registration: U.S.A. First Rebuild: Official Number: 51669 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 96 x 21 -- 175 tons Rebuilt: in 1871 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Sarnia, Ontario, Canada 89x21x9 Owned by T. Bury, Sombra 1865, 1871; W. B. Clark, Sarnia 1877, 1886; ...
      Other Names: J.C. Clark (1871); Official No.: 51669; Previous Registration: U.S.A. First ...
  • W.B. Morley (1892)
        Official No.: 138093; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1916) 248x42x23 Owned by A. Robineau, Montreal 1916; Blantyre Transportation Co. Montreal 1917, 1919; Lachine Transportation & Coal Co. 1921. Built by Morley & Hall, Marine City Mich. 1892. Engine 27-50x40 by Dry Dock Engineering Works, Detroit. Stranded Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River, 22/09/21.
      Official No.: 138093; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1916) 248x42x23 Owned by A. Robineau, ...
  • Windsor (1892)
        Other Names: Iroquois; Official No.: 125986; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1907) as Iroquois First Rebuild: Official Number: 125986 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 242 x 41 -- 1769 tons Rebuilt: Port Dalhousie, Ontario, Canada in 1919 154x44x24 Owned by Montreal Transportation Co. 1908; to Canada Steamship Lines 1920. Built by D. Lester, Marine ...
      Other Names: Iroquois; Official No.: 125986; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1907) as Iroquois ...
  • M. Sicken (1884)
        Official No.: 140992; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1919) 129x26x10 Owned by R. G. Weddell, Trenton Ont. 1921, 1928; H. Daryaw, Kingston 1935. Built by George King, Marine City Mich. 1884. Engine 16-28x14 by Christie & DeGraff, Detroit.
      Official No.: 140992; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1919) 129x26x10 Owned by R. G. ...
  • Maplegrove (1889)
        Other Names: Cherokee; Jed (1920); Official No.: 141378; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1919) as Cherokee First Rebuild: Official Number: 141378 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 208 x 36 -- 1057 tons Rebuilt: in 1923 208x36x14 Owned by Canada Steamship Lines; to J. F. Sowards, Kingston 1920, 1924. Built by M. P. Lester, Marine ...
      Other Names: Cherokee; Jed (1920); Official No.: 141378; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1919) ...
  • Maplegulf (1889)
        Other Names: Pawnee; Official No.: 141752; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1919) as Pawnee 175x32x13 Owned by T. R. Enderby, Montreal. Engine 22-44x40 (maker unknown). Broke back in gale 15/11/20 Lake Ontario, abandoned. ; Final Location: Lake Ontario, Wrecked
      Other Names: Pawnee; Official No.: 141752; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1919) as Pawnee ...
  • David Scoville (1875)
        Official No.: 71220; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1879) 42x13x4 Owners unknown. Ferry. Destroyed by fire 20/10/79 Grand Trunk Railway wharf, Sarnia. ; Final Location: Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 71220; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1879) 42x13x4 Owners unknown. Ferry. Destroyed ...
  • Gale Staples (1888)
        Other Names: Caledonia; Official No.: 134518; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1916) as Caledonia 277x42x21 Owned by J. R. Smith, Fort William Ont. Built by Morley & Hill, Marine City Mich. 1888. Engine 19-30-52x40 by Dry Dock Engine Works, Detroit. Wrecked 01/10/18 Pt. au Sable, Mich. ; Final Location: Pt. Au Sable, ...
      Other Names: Caledonia; Official No.: 134518; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1916) as Caledonia ...
  • Gargantua (1919)
        Official No.: 138277; 130x32x15 Built by S. C. McLouth, Marine City Mich. 1919. Engine 17-25-43x30 by Filer & Stowell, Milwaukee Wisc. Originally unfinished wartime tug. Last used 1948, rebuilt barge but sank in tow 06/12/52 Tobermory Ont. ; Final Location: Tobermory, Ontario, Canada, Foundered
      Official No.: 138277; 130x32x15 Built by S. C. McLouth, Marine City Mich. ...
  • Isaac Lincoln (1898)
        Other Names: Ralph T. Holcomb (1905); Official No.: 116400; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1904) 134x30x9 Owned by F. E. Hall & Co., Montreal 1907, 1911; Edwardsburg Starch Co. 1914, 1921; Holcomb Navigation Co., Montreal 1927. Built by A. Anderson, Marine City Mich. and launched 10/05/98. Engine(s) 15-26x32 (maker unknown). Name on ...
      Other Names: Ralph T. Holcomb (1905); Official No.: 116400; Previous Registration: U.S.A. ...
  • James P. Donaldson (1880)
        Official No.: 116575; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1922) 160x34x14 Owned by N. M. Paterson, Fort William, 1921-1923. Built by R. Holland, Marine City Mich. 1880. Engine 20-40x30 by Donaldson & Whitman, Buffalo N.Y.. Sank 06/05/23 Thunder Bay. ; Final Location: Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, Foundered
      Official No.: 116575; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1922) 160x34x14 Owned by N. M. ...
  • Forester (Steamboat), broke rudder, 1 Jun 1857
        Reason: broke rudder Lives: nil Hull damage: $150 ...
      Reason: broke rudder Lives: nil Hull damage: $150 ...
  • Charles Spademan to S. A. Wood, Receipt
        Meat and ice...
      Meat and ice...
  • Frank Hart to John B. Wilbor, Receipt
        3/4 cord hard wood...
      3/4 cord hard wood...
  • John Fowles to John B. Wilbor, Receipt
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