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  • Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
        Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
      Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
  • JOSEPH L. RUSSELL at Oswego
        This very rare photo, taken by a member of the Russell family shows JOSEPH L. RUSSELL at Oswego in the mid-Twenties. At left is the Erie Canal steam barge "M. G. PHELPS".
      This very rare photo, taken by a member of the Russell family ...
  • Schooner Floretta Log For 1869
  • Propeller Quincy, Manifest, 29 Aug 1857
        Master: Hamilton
      Master: Hamilton
  • Will Rebuild the Trestle.
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 10 Dec 1900     Will Rebuild the Trestle. D., L. & W. Company to Expend Between Thirty and Fifty Thousand Dollars The Lackawanna Railroad Company, recognizing the importance of Oswego as a coal shipping point, and wishing to be in a position to handle its ...
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 10 Dec 1900   Will Rebuild the Trestle. D., L. & W. Company to Expend Between ...
  • Old Landmark of Oswego Harbor Down to Ground
    Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 22 Mar 1935     Old Landmark of Oswego Harbor Down to Ground ___ Last Timbers of Lackawanna Trestle Were Dropped Friday Morning For more than 50 years a landmark In Oswego harbor, the Lackawanna coal trestle passed Friday, when workmen of the bridges and buildings ...
    Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 22 Mar 1935   Old Landmark of Oswego Harbor Down to Ground ___ Last Timbers of ...
  • Opening of Business
        Opening of Business- the Welland canal opens on Monday. This is the great channel of business to the upper lakes from this city. The first Propeller will start for Toronto on the 3rd of April, and from that time, may be dated the commencement of business. In another column will ...
      Opening of Business- the Welland canal opens on Monday. This is the ...
  • The Lake Steamers
        The Lake Steamers- It is matter of general surprise that the public are not informed when and where the lake steamer run from this city. We hear repeated remarks concerning them, not only by our own citizens, but by strangers. Even the hours of starting are not made public, and ...
      The Lake Steamers- It is matter of general surprise that the public ...
  • Growth of Oswego
        Growth of Oswego Upon nearly every block in the city new edifices are being erected. Over a hundred new dwelling houses are now being put up, some of them expensive and beautiful buildings; and old structures are being repaired and beautified. More will probably be done for the ...
      Growth of Oswego Upon nearly every block in the city new edifices ...
  • Oswego Common Council Proceedings of June 16, 1852
    Oswego Daily Times, 18 Jun 1852     Oswego Common Council Proceedings of June 16, 1852 (John Thurman, Mayor) Resolved, That the owners or occupants of the lots fronting on the Oswego river in the 2d ward, opposite the coffer dam lately constructed still remains in the bed of the river or portions thereof, be ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 18 Jun 1852   Oswego Common Council Proceedings of June 16, 1852 (John Thurman, Mayor) Resolved, ...
  • Oswego
    Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), 12 Aug 1851     Oswego. - We paid a flying visit yesterday to Oswego, and were gratified to find so manny evidences of its prosperity on every hand. The present population is about 14,000, who are chiefly employed in the navigation of the lakes and canals, in the manufacture of flour and in the ...
    Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), 12 Aug 1851   Oswego. - We paid a flying visit yesterday to Oswego, and were ...
  • Silas Davis
    Oswego Daily Times, 8 Jan 1891     Silas Davis A casual notice of the ready of this old and for many years a prominent citizen of Oswego, at his home in Chaumont, Jefferson county, on the 13th ult., appeared in our paper at the time, but it is not proper that one so well known and who ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 8 Jan 1891   Silas Davis A casual notice of the ready of this old and ...
  • Our Lake Fleet Forty Years Ago
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 23 Jan 1858     Our Lake Fleet Forty Years Ago. - Fisher Bullard, Esq., of Rochester, furnishes the Union with the following interesting information. He says: "It might be interesting to the people to know something of the American fleet on Lake Ontario forty years ago, when much of Western New York, and ...
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 23 Jan 1858   Our Lake Fleet Forty Years Ago. - Fisher Bullard, Esq., of Rochester, ...
  • Child, Robert P. (Died)
    appeared in Oswego Palladium, 4 Mar 1875,     Obituary Yesterday we announced the sudden and serious death of Captain Robert P. Child of this city; how brief space between life and the grave is made appallingly clear by the announcement of his death, which occurred about 11 o'clock last night at the residence of Dr. Scott, ...
    appeared in Oswego Palladium, 4 Mar 1875,   Obituary Yesterday we announced the sudden and serious death of Captain Robert ...
  • Forty Years of Business Life with Mariners
    Oswego Daily Times, 12 Sep 1921     Forty Years of Business Life with Mariners John S. Parsons Has Been in The Ship Chandlery Business For That Length of Time - Seen Many Changes on Lakes ___ Thursday of this week John S. Parsons of this city, executive auditor to Governor Miller, ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 12 Sep 1921   Forty Years of Business Life with Mariners John S. Parsons Has Been ...
  • Oswego
    Syracuse Evening Chronicle (Syracuse, NY), 16 Aug 1855     Oswego In a recent flying visit to this little city, nestled down at the mouth of the river that bears its name, and looking out on the bosom of the broad Ontario, we were very favorably impressed with its position as a commercial point and with the activity which prevailed ...
    Syracuse Evening Chronicle (Syracuse, NY), 16 Aug 1855   Oswego In a recent flying visit to this little city, nestled down ...
  • Lake Sailors In '92
    Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 3 Apr 1956     Lake Sailors In '92 Opening of Shipping Season In Oswego 64 Years Ago Recalled An excerpt from the March 31, 1892 issue of the "Marine Record," a publication which flourished near the close of the 19th century has been received from William F. Pidgeon, Lakewood, O., and ...
    Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 3 Apr 1956   Lake Sailors In '92 Opening of Shipping Season In Oswego 64 Years ...
  • Do You Remember
    Knox, Jay, Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 13 Nov 1942     Do You Remember By Jay Knox In the many recent write-ups pertaining to the razing of an old Oswego landmark, the writers inadvertently failed to mention the name of the former tenants of the building. One of the earliest tenants of the building was prominent ...
    Knox, Jay, Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 13 Nov 1942   Do You Remember By Jay Knox In the many recent write-ups pertaining ...
  • Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), 10 Dec 1833
        (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)p.1 The schooner Three Brothers, Capt. Stevenson, sailed from Poultneyville for this port on Tuesday, 12th inst. laden with wheat and apples. Since then nothing has been heard of her. On Sunday last, a barrel of apples, ...
      (from private collection of Jennifer McKendry)p.1 The schooner Three Brothers, Capt. Stevenson, ...
  • Perseverance (1864)
        173x28x12 Owned by Welland Railway. Built by L. Shickluna, Port Dalhousie and launched 06/07/64. Engine 50x30 by J. Gartshore, Dundas Ont. Could carry 25 passengers. Destroyed by fire October 1868 near Oswego, N.Y., 14 killed. ; Final Location: Near Oswego, New York, U.S.A., Burnt
      173x28x12 Owned by Welland Railway. Built by L. Shickluna, Port Dalhousie and ...
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