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  • Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
    Image       Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
    Image     Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
  • JOSEPH L. RUSSELL at Oswego
    Image       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".
    Image     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. ...
  • Propeller Quincy, Manifest, 29 Aug 1857
    Text       Master: Hamilton
    Text     Master: Hamilton
  • Dredge FRONTENAC
    Image       Last major vessel built at the Goble shipyard was the "Frontenac," a dipper dredge. Built for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers during the summer 1891. 75' x 26' x 6'. Went into service that October. Rebuilt in 1910. Abandoned. Hull became part of foundation of pier for Oswego Yacht ...
    Image     Last major vessel built at the Goble shipyard was the "Frontenac," a dipper dredge. Built for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers during the summer 1891. 75' x 26' x ...
  • Oswego harbor, 1870s
    Image       Photograph of Oswego harbor in the 1870s. In the foreground in the rail trestle as is crosses the large coal bins. On the other side of the trestle masts of a number of schooners. The river is full of barges from the Oswego canal. Closer to the lake, on either ...
    Image     Photograph of Oswego harbor in the 1870s. In the foreground in the rail trestle as is crosses the large coal bins. On the other side of the trestle masts of ...
  • Gale on Lake Ontario
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Auburn Weekly Journal, 12 Nov 1856     Gale on Lake Ontario

    Oswego, Nov. 5

    Severe gale on the lake last night. The schooners G.M. Chapman with cargo of wheat, and West Wind with cargo of salt, went ashore between the piers. Latter total ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Auburn Weekly Journal, 12 Nov 1856   Gale on Lake Ontario

    Oswego, Nov. 5

    Severe gale on the lake last night. The schooners G.M. Chapman with cargo of wheat, and West Wind with cargo of salt, ...

  • Gale on Lake Ontario
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 21 Nov 1856     Gale on Lake Ontario _______ Loss of Vessels.

    The wind commenced blowing strongly from the north-west about three o'clock yesterday (Friday) morning, and soon increased to a fearful gale, which continued with little abatement during the day.--

    The waters of the ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 21 Nov 1856   Gale on Lake Ontario _______ Loss of Vessels.

    The wind commenced blowing strongly from the north-west about three o'clock yesterday (Friday) morning, and soon increased to a fearful gale, which ...

  • Will Rebuild the Trestle.
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  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 ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  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 ...

  • Railroad to Be Requested To Abate Shaker Noise in 1962
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 14 Sep 1961     Railroad to Be Requested To Abate Shaker Noise in 1962

    City Attorney John O'C. Conway revealed today that he has recommended to the Common Council that it notify officials of the DL&W railroad, above the local level, that if the coal shaker is to be operative during the ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 14 Sep 1961   Railroad to Be Requested To Abate Shaker Noise in 1962

    City Attorney John O'C. Conway revealed today that he has recommended to the Common Council that it notify officials ...

  • Huge Canadian Coal Boat Docks in Harbor
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Dona, Everett W., Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 13 Aug 1958    

    Many Oswegonians and others will visit the waterfront this evening to take a look at the largest coal boat to dock at the Lackawanna terminal in history of the harbor. The 582-foot Stadacona of the ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Dona, Everett W., Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 13 Aug 1958  

    Many Oswegonians and others will visit the waterfront this evening to take a look at the largest ...

  • Stadacona Skipper Needs Help in Leaving
Port After Aiding Coalfax to Load Coal
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Dona, Everett W., Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 13 Aug 1958     Stadacona Skipper Needs Help in Leaving Port After Aiding Coalfax to Load Coal

    By Everett W. Dona

    Strong north-northeast wind Tuesday gave the Stadacona a rough time in moving out of the coal terminal and. harbor after Capt. E. Gow, skipper of the ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Dona, Everett W., Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 13 Aug 1958   Stadacona Skipper Needs Help in Leaving Port After Aiding Coalfax to Load Coal

    By Everett W. Dona

    Strong north-northeast wind Tuesday gave the Stadacona a rough time in ...

  • 583-Foot Coal Boat Calls At Oswego Today
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 11 Aug 1961     583-Foot Coal Boat Calls At Oswego Today ____

    The Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd. freighter Stadacona, largest coal carrier to load in Oswego, returned to this port this afternoon for the first time in several years. She arrived at press time to load a partial shipment for ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 11 Aug 1961   583-Foot Coal Boat Calls At Oswego Today ____

    The Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd. freighter Stadacona, largest coal carrier to load in Oswego, returned to this port this afternoon for the ...

  • Marine News
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 12 Aug 1961     Marine News ____

    The Franquilin, a Canadian freighter, loaded 3,200 tons of coal Thursday for Montreal at the Erie-Lackawanna coal terminal.

    The next day the largest coal freighter to put into port, the Stadacona, took on a small load for Toronto. It will load the ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 12 Aug 1961   Marine News ____

    The Franquilin, a Canadian freighter, loaded 3,200 tons of coal Thursday for Montreal at the Erie-Lackawanna coal terminal.

    The next day the largest coal freighter to put ...

  • Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 25 Sep 1958
    NewspaperTextNewspaper      

    Plenty of railroad cars filled with coal will move through Oswego to the harbor terminal this weekend, Bill Daily, coal clerk for the DL&W revealed this noon.

    Friday it will take about 45 cars to load the Coalfax with 2,700 tons of soft coal for Cardinal. Saturday nearly 200 cars ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper    

    Plenty of railroad cars filled with coal will move through Oswego to the harbor terminal this weekend, Bill Daily, coal clerk for the DL&W revealed this noon.

    Friday it will ...

  • Old Landmark of Oswego Harbor Down to Ground
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  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 ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  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, ...

  • Valley Camp Co. Will Use Local Terminal Again
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 3 Apr 1935     Valley Camp Co. Will Use Local Terminal Again ____ Plan to Move Bituminous Coal Through New Lackawanna Trestle ____

    First steel work for the new Lackawanna coal handling plant in the new harbor was erected Wednesday, and work was being continued Thursday, with ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 3 Apr 1935   Valley Camp Co. Will Use Local Terminal Again ____ Plan to Move Bituminous Coal Through New Lackawanna Trestle ____

    First steel work for the new Lackawanna coal handling plant in ...

  • G. G. Barrus to Russell Dart, Receipt
    Text       Supplies...
    Text     Supplies...
  • T. Walton to Mystic, Bill of Lading
    Text       Master: Seth Lee
    Text     Master: Seth Lee
  • The Salt Company of Onondaca to Mystic, Bill of Lading
    Text       Shipped 1300 barrels of salt to Cleveland...
    Text     Shipped 1300 barrels of salt to Cleveland...
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 16 Apr 1887
    NewspaperText      

    I dropped into the office of Captain John Van Alstyne the other day to see if I could pick up a story from some "old tar." You see the captain's office is the central resort for old lake captains when they are in the city. They all know Cap'n John ...

    NewspaperText    

    I dropped into the office of Captain John Van Alstyne the other day to see if I could pick up a story from some "old tar." You see the captain's ...

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