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  • Steamer Ariel, Inspector's Certificate, 4 May 1859
    Text       Steamer Ariel Inspector's Certificate State of Michigan District of Detroit Application having been made in writing to the subscribers, INSPECTORS for said District, to inspect the Steamer Ariel Of Detroit, in the State of Michigan, whereof Lucius Haskins are owners, and Lucius Haskins is ...
    Text     Steamer Ariel Inspector's Certificate State of Michigan District of Detroit Application having been made in writing to the subscribers, INSPECTORS for said District, to inspect the Steamer Ariel Of Detroit, ...
  • Steamer Dart, Inspector's Certificate, 7 July 1857
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  • Steamer Pearl, Inspector's Certificate, 9 May 1859
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  • Clematis, Tug to S. A. Wood, Receipt
    Text       Towing from Lake Huron to Port Huron...
    Text     Towing from Lake Huron to Port Huron...
  • Dart, Tug to Jura, Receipt
    Text       Towing from Port Huron to Lake Huron...
    Text     Towing from Port Huron to Lake Huron...
  • George B. McClellan, Tug to Jura, Receipt
    Text       Towing from the rapids to Lake Huron...
    Text     Towing from the rapids to Lake Huron...
  • J. D. Dale, Tug to Jura, Receipt
    Text       Towing from Port Huron to Lake Huron...
    Text     Towing from Port Huron to Lake Huron...
  • M. J. Mills, Tug to S. A. Wood, Receipt
    Text       Towing from Lake Erie to Lake Huron...
    Text     Towing from Lake Erie to Lake Huron...
  • Sweep Stakes, Tug to S. A. Wood, Receipt
    Text       Towing out of the rapids...
    Text     Towing out of the rapids...
  • Tawas, Tug to S. A. Wood, Receipt
    Text       Towing out of rapids...
    Text     Towing out of rapids...
  • Zouave, Tug to Jura, Receipt
    Text       Towing from Lake Erie to Lake Huron...
    Text     Towing from Lake Erie to Lake Huron...
  • Fort Gratiot Light and Keeper's Cottage
    Image       Digital photograph of the Fort Gratiot Light and Keeper's Cottage. The Fort Gratiot Lighthouse is the oldest surviving lighthouse in Michigan. Originally completed in 1825, the first light collapsed during a storm in 1828. A rebuild of the light in 1829 forms the base of the current structure - it ...
    Image     Digital photograph of the Fort Gratiot Light and Keeper's Cottage. The Fort Gratiot Lighthouse is the oldest surviving lighthouse in Michigan. Originally completed in 1825, the first light collapsed during ...
  • 25 to 40 Lives Probably Lost
    NewspaperText  Watertown Daily Times (Watertown, NY), 11 Nov 1913, p. 1     25 to 40 Lives Probably Lost _______ No Clue to Identity Of Overturned Boat, No Trace of Crew. _______

    Port Huron, Mich., Nov. 11--Early this forenoon no clue had yet been obtained as to the identity of the 600-foot steel freighter which overturned with the ...

    NewspaperText  Watertown Daily Times (Watertown, NY), 11 Nov 1913, p. 1   25 to 40 Lives Probably Lost _______ No Clue to Identity Of Overturned Boat, No Trace of Crew. _______

    Port Huron, Mich., Nov. 11--Early this forenoon no clue had yet ...

  • Large Freighter Found Capsized
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 11 Nov 1913, p. 1     Large Freighter Found Capsized _______ Floating in Lake Huron Bottom Upwards _______ Not yet Identified _______ Vessel May Have Been Abandoned During Gale of Sunday -- If She Turned Over With Crew Loss of Life Must be Large. _______

    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 11 Nov 1913, p. 1   Large Freighter Found Capsized _______ Floating in Lake Huron Bottom Upwards _______ Not yet Identified _______ Vessel May Have Been Abandoned During Gale of Sunday -- If She Turned Over ...
  • Muscallonge (1896)
    Ship       Other Names: Vigilant; Official No.: 133752; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1913) as Vigilant 128x25x12 Owned by Norton Griffiths Dredging Co., Montreal 1914; Sincennes-McNaughton 1921. Built by Jencks Shipbuilding Co., Port Huron Mich. 1896. Engine 20-38x32 by King Iron Works, Buffalo N.Y. (made 1872). Destroyed by fire 15/08/36 Brockville. ; Final Location: ...
    Ship     Other Names: Vigilant; Official No.: 133752; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1913) as Vigilant 128x25x12 Owned by Norton Griffiths Dredging Co., Montreal 1914; Sincennes-McNaughton 1921. Built by Jencks Shipbuilding Co., Port Huron ...
  • Normac (1902)
    Ship       Other Names: James R. Elliott; Official No.: 154621; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1927) as James R. Elliott 117x25x12 Owned by Owen Sound Transportation Co. ; Final Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Rebuilt Floating Restaurant
    Ship     Other Names: James R. Elliott; Official No.: 154621; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1927) as James R. Elliott 117x25x12 Owned by Owen Sound Transportation Co. ; Final Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Rebuilt ...
  • Saginaw (1873)
    Ship       Official No.: 69524; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1873) 142x26x10 Owned by Great Western Railway; to Grand Trunk Railway 1882; I. Watt Wrecking Co., Windsor 1895, 1901; Donnelly Salvage & Wrecking Co., Kingston 1915; E. A. Booth, Kingston 1917, 1935. Built by Livingstone & Co., Port Huron Michigan and launched 06/03/73. Engines ...
    Ship     Official No.: 69524; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1873) 142x26x10 Owned by Great Western Railway; to Grand Trunk Railway 1882; I. Watt Wrecking Co., Windsor 1895, 1901; Donnelly Salvage & Wrecking Co., ...
  • Union (1857)
    Ship       163x33x10 (width over paddle boxes 64') Owned by Great Western Railway Built by E. Watson, Walkerville and launched 26/11/56. Engines (2) 40x96 by Bartley & Gilbert, Montreal. Ferry. Destroyed by fire 16/06/76 while laid up at Port Huron Mich. ; Final Location: Port Huron, Michigan, U.S.A., Burnt
    Ship     163x33x10 (width over paddle boxes 64') Owned by Great Western Railway Built by E. Watson, Walkerville and launched 26/11/56. Engines (2) 40x96 by Bartley & Gilbert, Montreal. Ferry. Destroyed by ...
  • W.G. Harrow (1893)
    Ship       Official No.: 134018; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1913) 95x19x9 Owned by Dominion Fish Co.; to Russell Timber Co., Port Arthur 1924. Engine 9-15x12 by S. F. Hodge, Detroit. Tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 134018; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1913) 95x19x9 Owned by Dominion Fish Co.; to Russell Timber Co., Port Arthur 1924. Engine 9-15x12 by S. F. Hodge, Detroit. Tug.
  • Schooner Hercules, Manifest, 12 Aug 1816
    Text       Master: William Keith
    Text     Master: William Keith
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