The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Night Scene at Ballard's Reef, Detroit River
    Image       "Night Scene at Ballard's Reef, Detroit River. A narrow channel of about 17 ½ feet depth at this point in the Detroit river, dug through solid rock and boulders in most parts, is lighted by three gas buoys. Over 30,690,572 tons of cargo was carried by this point in 1897."
    Image     "Night Scene at Ballard's Reef, Detroit River. A narrow channel of about 17 ½ feet depth at this point in the Detroit river, dug through solid rock and boulders in ...
  • Mouth of the Detroit River from Bois Blanc Island
    Image       Three steamboats enter the Detroit River from Lake Erie from a view taken near the Boblo Island Lighthouse.
    Image     Three steamboats enter the Detroit River from Lake Erie from a view taken near the Boblo Island Lighthouse.
  • [Riverfront panorama]
    Image       Panoramic photograph of the river waterfront in Detroit. Five large ships are moored along the wharves with a sixth underway and disappearing out of the picture to the right.
    Image     Panoramic photograph of the river waterfront in Detroit. Five large ships are moored along the wharves with a sixth underway and disappearing out of the picture to the right.
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