The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Lake Michigan. On the Rocks
    Video       Shot of whaleback HENRY CORT being pounded by the waves. Crew on breakwater attempt to land. The waves are very heavy. Shot of the crew. Close shot of the freighter wrecked.
    Video     Shot of whaleback HENRY CORT being pounded by the waves. Crew on breakwater attempt to land. The waves are very heavy. Shot of the crew. Close shot of the freighter ...
  • Muskegon Chronicle (Muskegon, MI), 6 Aug 1891, p. 7, column 3
    NewspaperText       The schooner Rockaway is being overhauled under the personal supervision of Thomas Notter. It belongs to Munroe & Brinen and was built at Oswego in 1867. The vessel will be almost rebuilt in some respects and fourteen men are at work upon her. Captain Notter is one of those who ...
    NewspaperText     The schooner Rockaway is being overhauled under the personal supervision of Thomas Notter. It belongs to Munroe & Brinen and was built at Oswego in 1867. The vessel will be ...
  • Muskegon News Chronicle
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  • Lightship Sinks Four Days Before Delivery
    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 27 Dec 1911, p. 1     Lightship Sinks Four Days Before Delivery "Milwaukee 95", $65,00 Government Boat, Goes Down _______ Company Blames Wind Thinks it Caused Vessel to Fill With Water; Sea Captain Doubts Theory is Correct However _______

    Just four days before the Racine ...

    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 27 Dec 1911, p. 1   Lightship Sinks Four Days Before Delivery "Milwaukee 95", $65,00 Government Boat, Goes Down _______ Company Blames Wind Thinks it Caused Vessel to Fill With Water; Sea Captain Doubts Theory is ...
  • Blame Lamp Tower for Sinking Boat
    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 29 Dec 1911, p. 2, column 4     Blame Lamp Tower for Sinking Boat _______ Marine Men Inclined to Think Excessive Weight Cause of Accident _______

    That the Milwaukee No. 95, the Racine Boat Manufacturing company $65,0000 lightship which sank in the Racine west slip Tuesday night, went down ...

    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 29 Dec 1911, p. 2, column 4   Blame Lamp Tower for Sinking Boat _______ Marine Men Inclined to Think Excessive Weight Cause of Accident _______

    That the Milwaukee No. 95, the Racine Boat Manufacturing company $65,0000 lightship ...

  • To Raise Sunken Ship
    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 17 Jan 1912, p. 5     To Raise Sunken Ship _______ East Shore Dredging Company Gets Contract for Rescuing Boat

    That the East Shore Dredging company of Muskegon was the successful bidder for raising the sunken lightship, Milwaukee No. 95, lying at the Racine Boat Manufacturing company's west ...

    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 17 Jan 1912, p. 5   To Raise Sunken Ship _______ East Shore Dredging Company Gets Contract for Rescuing Boat

    That the East Shore Dredging company of Muskegon was the successful bidder for raising the sunken ...

  • Raising Sunken Lightship in Midwinter Slow, Dangerous Job
    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 2 Feb 1912, p. 1     Raising Sunken Lightship in Midwinter Slow, Dangerous Job _______

    Raising a sunken vessel in mid-winter, and that too in the coldest winter that Muskegon has experienced in at least 41 years of its history, according to weather bureau records, is the unique operation that ...

    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 2 Feb 1912, p. 1   Raising Sunken Lightship in Midwinter Slow, Dangerous Job _______

    Raising a sunken vessel in mid-winter, and that too in the coldest winter that Muskegon has experienced in at least 41 ...

  • Lightship Rests On Even Keel at Last
    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 17 Feb 1912, p. 5     Lightship Rests On Even Keel at Last _______ Sunken Boat Partially Righted After Long Battle in Water _______

    As a result of thismorninb's pumping operations on the sunken lightship Milwaukee, No. 95, at the Racine Boat Manufacturing company's west wharf, the ship ...

    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 17 Feb 1912, p. 5   Lightship Rests On Even Keel at Last _______ Sunken Boat Partially Righted After Long Battle in Water _______

    As a result of thismorninb's pumping operations on the sunken lightship Milwaukee, ...

  • Lightship, Raised 10 Feet From Water At Stern, Again Settles to Bed of Lake
    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 19 Feb 1912, p. 1     Lightship, Raised 10 Feet From Water At Stern, Again Settles to Bed of Lake

    After the stern of the sunken lightship Milwaukee No. 95, at the Racine Boat Manufacturing company's west dock, had been raised out of water about ten feet this morning by assiduous pumping, and the pumps ...

    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 19 Feb 1912, p. 1   Lightship, Raised 10 Feet From Water At Stern, Again Settles to Bed of Lake

    After the stern of the sunken lightship Milwaukee No. 95, at the Racine Boat Manufacturing company's ...

  • Lightship Afloat at Last; Crowd Cheers
    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 20 Feb 1912, p. 1     Lightship Afloat at Last; Crowd Cheers _______ Hundreds See Successful Culmination of Over Week of Effort. _______

    After over a week's effort in trying to raise the sunken lightship, Milwaukee No. 95, which went down in a storm at the Racine Boat Manufacturing ...

    NewspaperText  Muskegon News Chronicle, 20 Feb 1912, p. 1   Lightship Afloat at Last; Crowd Cheers _______ Hundreds See Successful Culmination of Over Week of Effort. _______

    After over a week's effort in trying to raise the sunken lightship, Milwaukee ...

  • Muskegon Chronicle (Muskegon, MI), 9 Aug 1904, p. 5, column 2
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    The steam barge Edward Buckley of Manistee, which came in here from Chicago was loading today at the Thayer Lumber company's wharf for Chicago.

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    The steam barge Edward Buckley of Manistee, which came in here from Chicago was loading today at the Thayer Lumber company's wharf for Chicago.

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  • R.A. McLean (1873)
    Ship       Official No.: 107481; Previous Registration: U.S.A. 49x13x5 Owned by M. McLean, Sault Ste. Marie Ont. Tug. Destroyed by fire 15/10/07 Sterling Bay Ont. ; Final Location: Sterling Bay, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Official No.: 107481; Previous Registration: U.S.A. 49x13x5 Owned by M. McLean, Sault Ste. Marie Ont. Tug. Destroyed by fire 15/10/07 Sterling Bay Ont. ; Final Location: Sterling Bay, Ontario, Canada, ...
  • Canoes, Manifest, 02 Jun 1808
    Text       "pelts, corn, sugar, grease, etc.; property of Daniel Bourrassa"
    Text     "pelts, corn, sugar, grease, etc.; property of Daniel Bourrassa"
  • Canoe, Bourquet, Manifest, 16 Jun 1809
    Text       Master: Bourquet
    Text     Master: Bourquet
  • "1 barge, 1 canoe", Daniel Bourassa, Manifest, 05 Jun 1810
    Text       Master: Daniel Bourassa
    Text     Master: Daniel Bourassa
  • Boats, Pierre Carvne, Manifest, 29 May 1829
    Text       Master: Pierre Carvne
    Text     Master: Pierre Carvne
  • H. G. Williams (Scow), sunk, 8 Aug 1868
    TextNewspaper       Reason: sunk
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Raised
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: sunk
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Raised
    ...
  • Jacob Bertschy (Propeller), collision, 8 Aug 1868
    TextNewspaper       Reason: collision
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Repaired
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: collision
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Repaired
    ...
  • C. Harrison (Schooner), U4569, collision, 8 Aug 1868
    TextNewspaper       Reason: collision
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Repaired
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: collision
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Repaired
    ...
  • City of Erie (Brig), collision, 8 Aug 1868
    TextNewspaper       Reason: collision
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Repaired
    ...
    TextNewspaper     Reason: collision
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Repaired
    ...
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