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  • Shipping
    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 10 May 1866    

    Shipping.-- the schooner Josephine and sloop Libby came in on the 3d, loaded with supplies. The schooner Ludington came in on the 6th and loaded with lumber at the upper mill.

    We understand that the steamer Dunlap broke ...

    NewspaperText  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 10 May 1866  

    Shipping.-- the schooner Josephine and sloop Libby came in on the 3d, loaded with supplies. The schooner Ludington came in on the 6th and loaded with lumber at the upper ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Nov 1871
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    Marinette. The Eagle says the manufacturing establishment of Curry & Bagley is to be rebuilt next spring. The track of the C. & N.W. R.R. was to be completed to Peshitgo on the 27th. The tug I. Stephenson sank in the harbor on Wednesday. She was pumped out sufficient to ...

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    Marinette. The Eagle says the manufacturing establishment of Curry & Bagley is to be rebuilt next spring. The track of the C. & N.W. R.R. was to be completed to ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Nov 1871
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    The water in the Bay is so low that the tug Annie Laurie has considerable difficulty crossing from the north channel to the mill.

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    The water in the Bay is so low that the tug Annie Laurie has considerable difficulty crossing from the north channel to the mill.

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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Nov 1871
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    Marinette. The Eagle says the manufacturing establishment of Curry & Bagley is to be rebuilt next spring. The track of the C. & N.W. R.R. was to be completed to Peshitgo on the 27th. The tug I. Stephenson sank in the harbor on Wednesday. She was pumped out sufficient to ...

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    Marinette. The Eagle says the manufacturing establishment of Curry & Bagley is to be rebuilt next spring. The track of the C. & N.W. R.R. was to be completed to ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Nov 1871
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    The water in the Bay is so low that the tug Annie Laurie has considerable difficulty crossing from the north channel to the mill.

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    The water in the Bay is so low that the tug Annie Laurie has considerable difficulty crossing from the north channel to the mill.

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  • Menominee
    Newspaper  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 13 Nov 1873, p. 3    

    Menominee.--The Herald says the schr. Mary Collins, ashore at Rusharoo Point, has been hauled off without damage and gone to Chicago.--The tug Ida May, which went ashore on Chamber's Island had a narrow escape, as did also her crew; she has been hauled off.

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    Newspaper  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 13 Nov 1873, p. 3  

    Menominee.--The Herald says the schr. Mary Collins, ashore at Rusharoo Point, has been hauled off without damage and gone to Chicago.--The tug Ida May, which went ashore on Chamber's Island ...

  • Marine Accidents
    Newspaper  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 6 Nov 1873, p. 3, column 2-3    

    Marine Accidents.--The severe storm last week caused a number of marine accidents on Green Bay. The propeller City of Madison, belonging to F. B. Gardner, went ashore at the "Door." Tug May foundered on the west shore of Green Bay, with four persons on board. The schooner Mary Collins ...

    Newspaper  Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 6 Nov 1873, p. 3, column 2-3  

    Marine Accidents.--The severe storm last week caused a number of marine accidents on Green Bay. The propeller City of Madison, belonging to F. B. Gardner, went ashore at the "Door." ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Jun 1874
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    Shipping. Departures-June 21-Tug Annie Laurie, Menominee.

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    Shipping. Departures-June 21-Tug Annie Laurie, Menominee.

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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Jun 1874
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    Shipping. Arrivals-June 21-Tug Annie Laurie, Menominee.

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    Shipping. Arrivals-June 21-Tug Annie Laurie, Menominee.

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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Jun 1874
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    Baileys Harbor Items. The following vessels loaded here last week, viz: Spartan, L. J. Conway, Mary Ann Scott, Julia Smith, and Union Jack.

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    Baileys Harbor Items. The following vessels loaded here last week, viz: Spartan, L. J. Conway, Mary Ann Scott, Julia Smith, and Union Jack.

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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Jun 1874
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    Shipping. Departures-June 21-Tug Annie Laurie, Menominee.

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    Shipping. Departures-June 21-Tug Annie Laurie, Menominee.

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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Jun 1874
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    Shipping. Arrivals-June 21-Tug Annie Laurie, Menominee.

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    Shipping. Arrivals-June 21-Tug Annie Laurie, Menominee.

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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 8 Jul 1875
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    Washington Harbor. The trading vessels Lettie May, Merchant, Katie Laurie, Alice of Ephraim, Graham Bros., H. D. Wills, Maid of the Mist may be seen at different times anchored in our pleasant harbor “dickering” with the fishermen for their fish and giving exchange either money or something ...

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    Washington Harbor. The trading vessels Lettie May, Merchant, Katie Laurie, Alice of Ephraim, Graham Bros., H. D. Wills, Maid of the Mist may be seen at different times anchored in ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 8 Jul 1875
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    Washington Harbor. Messrs. O'Neil and Furlong each run many gill nets in one gang, and together with their pound net often bring in twenty-five or more packages of fish after they are dressed.

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    Washington Harbor. Messrs. O'Neil and Furlong each run many gill nets in one gang, and together with their pound net often bring in twenty-five or more packages of fish after ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Dec 1876
    NewspaperText       Marine. We notice by the Marinette Eagle that the schooner Katie Laurie, of this place, while lying at anchor near Menominee a short time ago, parted her cable, and had it not been for the dexterous movements of her crew would have piled high and dry on the beach, as ...
    NewspaperText     Marine. We notice by the Marinette Eagle that the schooner Katie Laurie, of this place, while lying at anchor near Menominee a short time ago, parted her cable, and had ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Dec 1876
    NewspaperText       Marine. The tug Welcome did not succeed in releasing the schooner Hetty Taylor, ashore at Eagle Harbor, and had to return to Milwaukee. The Taylor is stranded high and dry upon the beach , and in attempting to pull her off the tug parted a new nine-inch hawser. As soon ...
    NewspaperText     Marine. The tug Welcome did not succeed in releasing the schooner Hetty Taylor, ashore at Eagle Harbor, and had to return to Milwaukee. The Taylor is stranded high and dry ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Dec 1876
    NewspaperText       Marine. We notice that the schooners Lucy Graham and Graham Bros. Were both on their way to Chicago last week, loaded with fish. We have not ascertained wither they arrived at their destination or not.

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    NewspaperText     Marine. We notice that the schooners Lucy Graham and Graham Bros. Were both on their way to Chicago last week, loaded with fish. We have not ascertained wither they arrived ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jul 1876
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    The Launch.

    A pleasant affair was the launching of Capt. R. Laurie's schooner on Sunday afternoon last. The tugs Tornado and W. I. Henry took up a large number of ladies and gentlemen; many others went in carriages. The launch was affected with but little trouble, and the Belle ...
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    The Launch.

    A pleasant affair was the launching of Capt. R. Laurie's schooner on Sunday afternoon last. The tugs Tornado and W. I. Henry took up a large number of ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 Jul 1876
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    Bailey's Harbor. The schooners Lydia, Spartan and Conway loaded here last week.

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    Bailey's Harbor. The schooners Lydia, Spartan and Conway loaded here last week.

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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 Jul 1876
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    Local Slivers. Mr. John Furlong's steam yacht, the Emma Dwyer, of Washington Harbor, is in port this week.

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    Local Slivers. Mr. John Furlong's steam yacht, the Emma Dwyer, of Washington Harbor, is in port this week.

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