The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • The Steamer EUROPA, at Montreal, after being brought down the rapids.
    Image       Launched in 1854, the steamboat EUROPA, was sold in Chancery and taken down the rapids of the Saint Lawrence to operate between Montreal and Quebec. She was broken up in 1867. Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901.
    Image     Launched in 1854, the steamboat EUROPA, was sold in Chancery and taken down the rapids of the Saint Lawrence to operate between Montreal and Quebec. She was broken up in ...
  • ALGERIAN
    Image       The Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company steamer ALGERIAN. In the background on the left iis a hotel. Two buildings with substantial chimnies are in the centre background. It may well be that ALGERIAN is in the Lachine canal in Montreal. Crew watch the camera from the forward gangway, in front ...
    Image     The Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company steamer ALGERIAN. In the background on the left iis a hotel. Two buildings with substantial chimnies are in the centre background. It may well ...
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