Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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Niagara-on-the-Lake
  
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Kingston
  
  • America (1842)
        141x19x9 Owned by D. Bethune, Toronto; to Calvin & Breck, Kingston, 1848, 1863. Built by Niagara Harbour & Dock Co., and launched 05/01/42. Engines 40½x96 by builder. Lake Ontario passenger trade, mostly towboat after about 1854. Illegally impounded by United States Customs at Rochester, New York. all winter 1843-44 (not ...
      141x19x9 Owned by D. Bethune, Toronto; to Calvin & Breck, Kingston, 1848, ...
  • Britannia (1833)
        First Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Rebuilt: Niagara, Ontario, Canada in 1836 109x21x8 approx. Owned by D. Bethune, Toronto 1840; perhaps later Macpherson & Crane. Built by Ewen (Ewing?), Kingston and launched late December 1832. Engine by Bennett & Henderson, Montreal. Lengthened 22' by Niagara Harbour & Dock Co. 1836. Used on ...
      First Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Rebuilt: Niagara, Ontario, Canada in 1836 109x21x8 approx. ...
  • Albany Gazette, 19 Dec 1803, p. 3
        Canandaigua, (Genesee) Nov. 30 By a gentleman from Niagara, we have the melancholy intelligence of the loss of the sloop Washington, Capt. Murray. She sailed from Kingston on the 6th inst. heavily laden for Niagara, and had on board several passengers. A severe storm arose ...
      Canandaigua, (Genesee) Nov. 30 By a gentleman from Niagara, we have the ...
  • Canadian Line of Steamboats, On Lake Ontario
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 19 Jul 1825     CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMBOATS, ON LAKE ONTARIO FRONTENAC, AND QUEENSTON. The FRONTENAC, Captain MCKENSIE [sic], will leave Niagara every Saturday afternoon for Kingston--and leave Kingston for York and Niagara, every Wednesday afternoon. The QUEENSTON, ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 19 Jul 1825   CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMBOATS, ON LAKE ONTARIO FRONTENAC, AND QUEENSTON. The FRONTENAC, ...
  • Steam-Boat Queenston
    Rochester Telegraph (Rochester, NY), 28 May 1827, p. 3     Canadian Steam-Boat Notice ON Lake Ontario. The Publick are informed that the STEAM-BOAT QUEENSTON CAPT. JOSEPH WHITNEY, Has commenced making her regular trips, and will, during the summer, leave the different Ports as ...
    Rochester Telegraph (Rochester, NY), 28 May 1827, p. 3   Canadian Steam-Boat Notice ON Lake Ontario. The Publick are informed that the ...
  • Lake Ontario Steam Boats
    American Traveller (Boston, MA), 15 Apr 1828, p. 2     Lake Ontario Steam Boats..--At the last dates the boats had not commenced running, though the ice had left the river and several vessels from Sackett's Harbor had arrived at Ogdensburg. Last year the American steam boat Ontario, the Canadian boat Frontenac, and the Queenston, plied ...
    American Traveller (Boston, MA), 15 Apr 1828, p. 2   Lake Ontario Steam Boats..--At the last dates the boats had not commenced ...
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