The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Democracy (Buffalo, NY), Monday, January 22, 1855 
TextNewspapers    The propeller SAMUEL SCHUYLER, which cleared from Oswego a few days since, went ashore at Sodus, but it is thought she will be got off without much damage. ...
Democracy (Buffalo, NY), Monday, October 2, 1854 
TextNewspapers    SCHOONER WRECKED. --- The schooner FAVORITE, R. Dickinson, master, went ashore about one o'clock this morning, in attempting to make this port. She beached just below the east pier, and now lies in the sand full of water. The FAVORITE was bound from Port Ryerse, Lake Erie, to Oswego, and had...
Tonnage on the Lakes 
Web site/pageNewspapersText  "Tonnage on the Lakes," Democracy (Buffalo, NY), 28 Feb 1855 
Democracy (Buffalo, NY), August 1, 1854 
TextNewspapers  Democracy (Buffalo, NY), August 1, 1854,   The propeller BOSTON, Capt. McNett, was run into by a schooner on Friday night last, off Oak Orchard, and sunk. She went down in 15 minutes after being struck. The propeller had a full cargo of flour, pork, wheat and corn, and was owned by the Ogdensburg Railroad Co. The passengers and ...
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