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  • Rescue (1885)
        Official No.: 88244; 62x16x7 Owned by Deseronto Navigation Co. 1886; Rathbun Company 1895, 1901; to J. R. McLean, Sault Ste. Marie 1908; Superior Sand & Towing Co. 1917, 1921. Built by W. Evans, Deseronto and launched 16/05/85. Tug. Sank 27/09/22 Chippewa Ont. ; Final Location: Chippewa, Ontario, Canada, Foundered
      Official No.: 88244; 62x16x7 Owned by Deseronto Navigation Co. 1886; Rathbun Company ...
  • London (1845)
        Later Registration: U.S.A. (1850) 161x25x11 Owned by O. T. Macklem, Chippewa Ont.; to H. Van Allen 1849. Built by Niagara Harbour & Dock Co., Chippewa (branch yard) and launched 14/11/44. Used on Lake Erie. Rammed and sank "Kent" 12/08/45 Lake Erie, 9 killed. Seized illegally by U.S. Customs 1850 for ...
      Later Registration: U.S.A. (1850) 161x25x11 Owned by O. T. Macklem, Chippewa Ont.; ...
  • Minerva (1861)
        56x13x6 Owned by J. Brown, 1875; A. Fraser, Thorold 1886, 1901. Built by Ross, Chippewa Ont. 1861. Tug.
      56x13x6 Owned by J. Brown, 1875; A. Fraser, Thorold 1886, 1901. Built ...
  • Adelaide (1832)
        Other Names: Alliance; Later Registration: U.S.A. (1838) as Alliance Approx. 120x40. Owned by J. Hamilton, St. Catharines. Built by Lovering, Chippewa Ont. and launched 09/06/32. Engine by Boulton & Watt, London, originally in "Frontenac" then "Alciope". Re-engined 1835: 48x84 by St. Mary's Foundry, Montreal. Cabins incomplete first season, finished that ...
      Other Names: Alliance; Later Registration: U.S.A. (1838) as Alliance Approx. 120x40. Owned ...
  • Canada (1846)
        199x28x13 Owned by O. T. Macklem. Built by Niagara Harbour & Dock Co., Chippewa Ont. (branch yard) and launched 10/06/46. Engine 60x120 by Macklem Iron Works, Chippewa. Used Buffalo-Windsor. Had 180' upper saloon, 42 staterooms, 10 "bedrooms with beds". Fraudulently seized by U.S. Customs July 1849. Cause later held "insufficient" ...
      199x28x13 Owned by O. T. Macklem. Built by Niagara Harbour & Dock ...
  • Clifton (1853)
        187x26x8 Owned by J. & O. T. Macklem, Chippewa Ont.; to I. Smith, Sombra Ont. 1858; W. Smith, Owen Sound 1864. Built by T. Gilbert, Chippewa Ont. and launched 29/11/53. Engine 40x144 by Macklem Iron Works, Chippewa (to "Frances Smith"). Built for Buffalo-Chippewa; Georgian Bay thereafter.
      187x26x8 Owned by J. & O. T. Macklem, Chippewa Ont.; to I. ...
  • Emerald (1844)
        132x20x9 Owned by D. Bethune, Toronto 1845; McCloud, Amherstburg Ont. 1854. Built by Niagara Harbour & Dock Co. Chippewa Ont. (branch yard) and launched 25/11/43. Engine by J. Macklem, Chippewa. Built for Port Robinson-Chippewa-Buffalo, towboat at Sarnia after 1853. "High and dry near Buffalo" in storm 25/10/44. Seized by U.S. ...
      132x20x9 Owned by D. Bethune, Toronto 1845; McCloud, Amherstburg Ont. 1854. Built ...
  • International (1853)
        160x32x10 Owned by Buffalo Brantford & Goderich Railway. Railroad ferry. Destroyed by fire 03/12/54 Black Rock, New York. ; Final Location: Black Rock, New York, U.S.A., Burnt
      160x32x10 Owned by Buffalo Brantford & Goderich Railway. Railroad ferry. Destroyed by ...
  • Republican Spy, 17 Jan 1804, p. 3
        We learn from Niagara, that maj. Robert Randall, the gentleman by whose enterprize the famous Bridgewater-works, near Chippawa, were built, is among the unfortunate persons lately lost in the Washington, on lake Ontario. Mr. R. was from Maryland, in which state his friends are living...
      We learn from Niagara, that maj. Robert Randall, the gentleman by whose ...
  • The Adelaide and Early Canadian Steam above Niagara
    W. R. Wightman, FreshWater, 1991, 17-22     ...
    W. R. Wightman, FreshWater, 1991, 17-22   ...
  • New Steam-Boats
    Buffalo Emporium (Buffalo, NY), 11 Sep 1824, p. 3     The American steamboat in question would become the PIONEER, which was enlarged and run on Lake Erie rather than the Niagara River...
    Buffalo Emporium (Buffalo, NY), 11 Sep 1824, p. 3   The American steamboat in question would become the PIONEER, which was enlarged ...
  • Steamer Arrow, Inspector's Certificate, 2 June 1857
        Steamer Arrow 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 Arrow Of Detroit, in the State of Michigan, whereof Joseph Raymond and William Caverly are owners, and ...
      Steamer Arrow Inspector's Certificate State of Michigan District of Detroit Application having ...
  • Steamer Arrow, Inspector's Certificate, 12 May 1859
  • Chippewa (Steamboat), burnt, 5 Jul 1827
        Reason: burnt Lives: nil Remarks: Damage slight ...
      Reason: burnt Lives: nil Remarks: Damage slight ...
  • Swallow (Steamboat), overboard, 3 Nov 1851
        Reason: overboard Lives: 1 ...
      Reason: overboard Lives: 1 ...
  • John Brown (Propeller), sunk, 23 Aug 1863
        Reason: sunk Lives: nil Remarks: Raised ...
      Reason: sunk Lives: nil Remarks: Raised ...
  • John Brown (Propeller), sunk, 1 Nov 1863
        Reason: sunk Lives: nil Hull damage: $500 ...
      Reason: sunk Lives: nil Hull damage: $500 ...
  • Pacific (Schooner), sunk, 1 Aug 1855
        Reason: sunk Lives: nil Freight: coal Remarks: Raised ...
      Reason: sunk Lives: nil Freight: coal Remarks: Raised ...
  • End of the ERIE BELLE: Schooner Days CCLXII (262)
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 17 Oct 1936     End of the ERIE BELLE Schooner Days CCLXII (262) FAR from her native lake, in a muddy estuary near Chatham, New Brunswick, the Erie Belle of Port Burwell prepared to sail home with the painfully acquired load of pulpwood ...
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 17 Oct 1936   End of the ERIE BELLE Schooner Days CCLXII (262) FAR from her ...
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