The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Water Front after the storm of Sunday, January 20th, 1907, Buffalo, N.Y.
    Image       "Water Front after the storm of Sunday, January 20th, 1907, Buffalo, N.Y." Reverse: "T.P. & Company N.Y. No. 5 Made in Germany"
    Image     "Water Front after the storm of Sunday, January 20th, 1907, Buffalo, N.Y." Reverse: "T.P. & Company N.Y. No. 5 Made in Germany"
  • "Crescent City" on rocks at Lakewood, After storm of Nov 28 1905. Aft view
    Image       ""Crescent City" on rocks at Lakewood, After storm of Nov 28 1905. Aft view"
    Image     ""Crescent City" on rocks at Lakewood, After storm of Nov 28 1905. Aft view"
  • Steamer "Mataafa" being pounded by the waves
    Image       "Steamer "Mataafa" being pounded by the waves after being wrecked in the effort to make the harbor of Duluth during the Great Storm of Nov. 28, 1905. Nine men wee lost from this vessel." "No. 358, V.O. Hammond Pub. Co., Minneapolis and Chicago"
    Image     "Steamer "Mataafa" being pounded by the waves after being wrecked in the effort to make the harbor of Duluth during the Great Storm of Nov. 28, 1905. Nine men wee ...
  • Steamer "Mataafa" striking pier at end of Duluth Ship Canal
    Image       "Steamer "Mataafa" striking pier at end of Duluth Ship Canal in effort to make the harbor during the Great Storm of Nov. 28, 1905. Nine men were lost from this vessel." "No. 353, V.O. Hammond Pub. Co., Minneapolis and Chicago"
    Image     "Steamer "Mataafa" striking pier at end of Duluth Ship Canal in effort to make the harbor during the Great Storm of Nov. 28, 1905. Nine men were lost from this ...
  • S.S. "Mataafa" Wrecked Nov 28, 1905
    Image       S.S. "Mataafa" Wrecked Nov 28, 1905 during the worst storm ever seen on Lake Superior" "Gross Ton 4840 Length 430 feet Width 50 feet Depth 25 feet Built 1899"
    Image     S.S. "Mataafa" Wrecked Nov 28, 1905 during the worst storm ever seen on Lake Superior" "Gross Ton 4840 Length 430 feet Width 50 feet Depth 25 feet Built 1899"
  • The Steamer U.S. that backed into the bridge, Michigan City, Ind.
    Image       "The Steamer U.S. that backed into the bridge, Michigan City, Ind."
    Image     "The Steamer U.S. that backed into the bridge, Michigan City, Ind."
  • Wreck of Monarch, Isle Royale, Dec. 7. 06
    Imagecomment       "Wreck of Monarch, Isle Royale, Dec. 7. 06" Reverse: "Published by W.T. McKachren."
    Imagecomment     "Wreck of Monarch, Isle Royale, Dec. 7. 06" Reverse: "Published by W.T. McKachren."
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