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  • Mr. and Mrs. Evison Clinging to the pilot-house of the LADY ELGIN
    Image       Mr. and Mrs. Evison Clinging to the pilot-house of the LADY ELGIN
    Image     Mr. and Mrs. Evison Clinging to the pilot-house of the LADY ELGIN
  • John Furlong on his cabin door
    Image       "John Furlong, finding his cabin door will not support two, is compelled to relinquish it to Gough, who was afterwards lost"
    Image     "John Furlong, finding his cabin door will not support two, is compelled to relinquish it to Gough, who was afterwards lost"
  • Edward Spencer and his associates gallantly risking their lives
    Image       "Edward Spencer and his associates gallantly risking their lives in the surf to rescue the drowning people"
    Image     "Edward Spencer and his associates gallantly risking their lives in the surf to rescue the drowning people"
  • Captain Jack Wilson, on the raft
    Image       "Captain Jack Wilson, on the raft encouraging the sufferers, cried out, "Now, Boys, look out for breakers ahead!"
    Image     "Captain Jack Wilson, on the raft encouraging the sufferers, cried out, "Now, Boys, look out for breakers ahead!"
  • Dreadful collision on Lake Michigan
    Image       "Dreadful collision on Lake Michigan, between the Mail steamer LADY ELGIN and the schooner AUGUSTA, Sept. 8 1860."
    Image     "Dreadful collision on Lake Michigan, between the Mail steamer LADY ELGIN and the schooner AUGUSTA, Sept. 8 1860."
  • Boat, Manifest, 18 May 1806
    Text       Master: Bap't Numinville
    Text     Master: Bap't Numinville
  • Turret Chief (1896)
    Ship       Other Names: Vickerstown (1915); Jolly Inez; Official No.: 106605; Previous Registration: British (1913) First Rebuild: Official Number: 106605 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 253 x 44 -- 1850 tons Rebuilt: Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada in 1915 253x44x22 Owned by Canadian Lake & Ocean Navigation Co. 1902; A. B. Mackay, Hamilton 1915; International ...
    Ship     Other Names: Vickerstown (1915); Jolly Inez; Official No.: 106605; Previous Registration: British (1913) First Rebuild: Official Number: 106605 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 253 x 44 -- 1850 tons Rebuilt: Port Arthur, ...
  • Canoe, Thomas P. James, Manifest, 1 May 1820
    Text       Master: Thomas P. James
    Text     Master: Thomas P. James
  • Canoe, Manifest, 18 May 1803
    Text       "furs, sundries, merchandise, grease, sugar imported by Joseph Bailley"
    Text     "furs, sundries, merchandise, grease, sugar imported by Joseph Bailley"
  • Canoe, Augustin Hamelin, Manifest, 11 Nov 1811
    Text       Master: Augustin Hamelin
    Text     Master: Augustin Hamelin
  • Lake Erie (1873)
    Ship       136x23x7 Owned by Lake & River Steamship Co., Hamilton. Built by M. Simpson, St. Catharines and launched 22/05/73. Engine by T. Willson, Dundas Ont. Carried 45 cabin passengers. Custom-House measure (pre-1877) 464t. Used Montreal-Upper Lakes. Sunk in collision with "Northern Queen" 24/11/81 off Poverty Island, Lake Michigan, 1 killed. ; ...
    Ship     136x23x7 Owned by Lake & River Steamship Co., Hamilton. Built by M. Simpson, St. Catharines and launched 22/05/73. Engine by T. Willson, Dundas Ont. Carried 45 cabin passengers. Custom-House measure ...
  • Minnie M. (1884)
    Ship       Official No.: 107889; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1899) Later Registration: U.S.A. (1913) 140x30x10 Owned by Algoma Central Railway. Built by J. Oades, Detroit 1884. Engine 15½-30x36 by S. F. Hodge, Detroit. ; Final Location: Lake Michigan, Wrecked
    Ship     Official No.: 107889; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1899) Later Registration: U.S.A. (1913) 140x30x10 Owned by Algoma Central Railway. Built by J. Oades, Detroit 1884. Engine 15½-30x36 by S. F. Hodge, Detroit. ...
  • S. S. "City of St. Joseph" Goodrich Transit Co.
    Image       "S. S. "City of St. Joseph" Goodrich Transit Co." Reverse: "Max Lau Colortype Co. Chicago"
    Image     "S. S. "City of St. Joseph" Goodrich Transit Co." Reverse: "Max Lau Colortype Co. Chicago"
  • Steel Car Ferry Pere Marquette.
    Image       "Steel Car Ferry Pere Marquette. Capacity 30 Loaded Freight Cars."
    Image     "Steel Car Ferry Pere Marquette. Capacity 30 Loaded Freight Cars."
  • Propeller Chicora
    Image       "Propeller Chicora. Built at Detroit in 1892. Foundered during a gale in Lake Michigan, January 21, 1895; all on board perished. From "American Steam Vessels." Copyright 1895, by Smith & Stanton."
    Image     "Propeller Chicora. Built at Detroit in 1892. Foundered during a gale in Lake Michigan, January 21, 1895; all on board perished. From "American Steam Vessels." Copyright 1895, by Smith & ...
  • Whaleback passenger steamer Christopher Columbus
    Image       The Columbian Whaleback Steamship Company's whaleback passenger steamer CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
    Image     The Columbian Whaleback Steamship Company's whaleback passenger steamer CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
  • Schooner Lookout ashore and abandoned on Two Rivers Point.
    Image       Photograph of the shipwreck of the schooner LOOKOUT. She was wrecked on 29 Apr. 1897.
    Image     Photograph of the shipwreck of the schooner LOOKOUT. She was wrecked on 29 Apr. 1897.
  • Steamer Virginia
    Image       Photograph of the Goodrich Transportation Company steamboat VIRGINIA on a night cruise.
    Image     Photograph of the Goodrich Transportation Company steamboat VIRGINIA on a night cruise.
  • Lake Michigan Sidewheel Steamship MILWAUKEE, 1859
    Image       Lake Michigan Sidewheel Steamship MILWAUKEE, 1859
    Image     Lake Michigan Sidewheel Steamship MILWAUKEE, 1859
  • MILWAUKEE
    Image       MILWAUKEE Built 1859 at Buffalo, N. Y. HULL, 247 feet in length, 34 feet beam; 17 feet depth of hold. 1100 tons. ONE BEAM ENGINE, built by the Shepard Iron Works ofBuffalo, N. Y., 60 inches diameter of cylinder by 12 feet stroke, and of 1050 horse power. The MILWAUKEE ...
    Image     MILWAUKEE Built 1859 at Buffalo, N. Y. HULL, 247 feet in length, 34 feet beam; 17 feet depth of hold. 1100 tons. ONE BEAM ENGINE, built by the Shepard Iron ...
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