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  • Jackson Harbor
    NewspaperText  Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Aug 1902, p. 4, column 4     JACKSON HARBOR.

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    About two years ago the Buckley & Douglas Lumber Co. of Manistee, Mich. lost a large raft of sawlogs near here and they came to our shore. These logs are now being picked up and shipped to Manistee on the barge Buckley. She left Sunday with several ...

    NewspaperText  Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Aug 1902, p. 4, column 4   JACKSON HARBOR.

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    About two years ago the Buckley & Douglas Lumber Co. of Manistee, Mich. lost a large raft of sawlogs near here and they came to our shore. ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
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    Marine News in Brief. The license of the captains of the tugs Satisfaction and N. Boutin were suspended for a period of ten days because the tugs did not carry the double crew required by law when a run of more than twelve hours is made. On a recent run ...

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    Marine News in Brief. The license of the captains of the tugs Satisfaction and N. Boutin were suspended for a period of ten days because the tugs did not carry ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
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    Marine News in Brief. The United States marshal will make an attempt to release the tug Kate Williams, ashore at Washington Island, and T. H. Elam, of Milwaukee, came here Wednesday and leased the tug Nelson and steam pumps of Leathem & Smith for that purpose. The tug is in ...

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    Marine News in Brief. The United States marshal will make an attempt to release the tug Kate Williams, ashore at Washington Island, and T. H. Elam, of Milwaukee, came here ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
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    Marine News in Brief. Owing to a change in the plans of her owners, carferry Ann Arbor No. 1, which was to have been rebuilt in the south drydocks in Milwaukee, has been towed to Manitowoc, where the work of refitting the vessel with new boilers and strengthening her hull ...

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    Marine News in Brief. Owing to a change in the plans of her owners, carferry Ann Arbor No. 1, which was to have been rebuilt in the south drydocks in ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
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    Marine News in Brief. The steamer Addie Wade arrived here Saturday evening from Jacksonport with a full consignment of peas for the several seed pea companies in this city. They were unloaded at the Allen dock. The steamer has another cargo to bring here from Baileys Harbor.

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    Marine News in Brief. The steamer Addie Wade arrived here Saturday evening from Jacksonport with a full consignment of peas for the several seed pea companies in this city. They ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
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    Marine News in Brief. The steam yacht Thistle, owned by E. P. Vilas, of Milwaukee, has been taken to Kenosha, where she will remain for the winter. The yacht has been engaged in carrying passengers on Green Bay during the last summer for the Hill Steamboat Co.

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    Marine News in Brief. The steam yacht Thistle, owned by E. P. Vilas, of Milwaukee, has been taken to Kenosha, where she will remain for the winter. The yacht has ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
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    Marine News in Brief. The tug E. D. Holton, of Frankfort, was docked at the shipyard this week for general repairs. The craft is in command of Capt. G. W. Slyfield with C. S. Slyfield as engineer.

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    Marine News in Brief. The tug E. D. Holton, of Frankfort, was docked at the shipyard this week for general repairs. The craft is in command of Capt. G. W. ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
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    Marine News in Brief. The L. P. Hill, Capt. Pat Chambers, was docked at the shipyard this week for a thorough recalking.

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    Marine News in Brief. The L. P. Hill, Capt. Pat Chambers, was docked at the shipyard this week for a thorough recalking.

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  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
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    Marine News in Brief. The schooner Christiana cleared Sunday for Menominee with a cargo of hay.

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    Marine News in Brief. The schooner Christiana cleared Sunday for Menominee with a cargo of hay.

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  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
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    Packard Expedition Returns. The Packard wrecking expedition returned here Saturday morning. Capt. Packard states that the boat is sunk in about thirty feet of water and is eight miles from shore and a heavy wind from any direction prevents any work being done. However, in spite of all the ...

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    Packard Expedition Returns. The Packard wrecking expedition returned here Saturday morning. Capt. Packard states that the boat is sunk in about thirty feet of water and is eight miles from ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
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    Stone Barge Capsized. The stonebarge Jos. L. Hurd dumped her deck load of stone on Sunday morning at about 3:00 o’clock, while moored at the Leathem & Smith dock. The starboard rail was carried away completely and the deckhouse was badly demolished by the boiler which is used to run ...

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    Stone Barge Capsized. The stonebarge Jos. L. Hurd dumped her deck load of stone on Sunday morning at about 3:00 o’clock, while moored at the Leathem & Smith dock. The ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
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    Steamer Stirling in Trouble. The steamer John R. Stirling was at the shipyard Monday for a new rudder stock. The craft passed through here last week Thursday about 10:00 p. m., and in coming down the bay got out of the channel abreast of Dr. Gordon’s residence and ran in ...

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    Steamer Stirling in Trouble. The steamer John R. Stirling was at the shipyard Monday for a new rudder stock. The craft passed through here last week Thursday about 10:00 p. ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 9 Nov 1907
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    Marine News. T. H. Elam and Capt. Thomas Isabel and the crew returned here from Washington Island Monday with the tug Nelson, having been unable to release the tug Kate Williams which was driven on the beach several weeks ago. The weather was too stormy and very little was done ...

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    Marine News. T. H. Elam and Capt. Thomas Isabel and the crew returned here from Washington Island Monday with the tug Nelson, having been unable to release the tug Kate ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 9 Nov 1907
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    Marine News. The entire upper works of the car ferry Ann Arbor No. 1. Have been removed and Supt. W. H. Bailey of the Ann Arbor line was in Milwaukee Saturday looking over the vessel. He estimated the cost of repairs at about $25,000. The entire upper works, including the ...

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    Marine News. The entire upper works of the car ferry Ann Arbor No. 1. Have been removed and Supt. W. H. Bailey of the Ann Arbor line was in Milwaukee ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 9 Nov 1907
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    Marine News. The following craft which were sheltered at this port for several days the latter part of last week from the heavy southerly gales got away Saturday when the wind shifted to the N. W.: Steamers Matthew Wilson, Fisher (sic) and carferry, Suit, S. M. Stephenson, Allie Shipman and ...

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    Marine News. The following craft which were sheltered at this port for several days the latter part of last week from the heavy southerly gales got away Saturday when the ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 9 Nov 1907
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    Marine News. The steamer Sailor Boy, which was on the boxes all of last week for repairs, was released Saturday and made a trip to Menominee on Sunday with the city football team. There were about thirty passengers on the trip.

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    Marine News. The steamer Sailor Boy, which was on the boxes all of last week for repairs, was released Saturday and made a trip to Menominee on Sunday with the ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 9 Nov 1907
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    Marine News. Nau’s new tug, the W. S. Taylor, Capt. Jos. Denis, was docked at the shipyard Tuesday to be ironed off for working in the ice this fall as the craft will be kept in commission as long as possible.

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    Marine News. Nau’s new tug, the W. S. Taylor, Capt. Jos. Denis, was docked at the shipyard Tuesday to be ironed off for working in the ice this fall as ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 9 Nov 1907
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    Marine News. The Smith cleared Thursday for Sheboygan with the Hurd. The latter craft had on the stone that were dumped in the bay a couple of weeks ago. The rail and about half the stone were recovered.

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    Marine News. The Smith cleared Thursday for Sheboygan with the Hurd. The latter craft had on the stone that were dumped in the bay a couple of weeks ago. The ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 9 Nov 1907
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    Marine News. The steamer Bon Ami, belonging to the Green Bay Transportation Co., was docked at the shipyard Monday for repairs to the wheel and sleeve. Some new iron was put on and the hull painted.

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    Marine News. The steamer Bon Ami, belonging to the Green Bay Transportation Co., was docked at the shipyard Monday for repairs to the wheel and sleeve. Some new iron was ...

  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 9 Nov 1907
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    Marine News. The steamer Philetus Sawyer loaded lumber for the Pankratz Co. the latter part of last week. She got away Sunday.

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    Marine News. The steamer Philetus Sawyer loaded lumber for the Pankratz Co. the latter part of last week. She got away Sunday.

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