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  • Welcome (Tug), aground, 31 Oct 1877
        Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off ...
  • Weekly Expositor Independent (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 31 Jul 1885
        The trim little yacht Truscott took a load of excursionists to Squaw Island Tuesday last, the party numbering about twenty. The were joined at the above point by about two hundred Green Bay people arrived on the Welcome and Schiller and stopped there for a days picnicing. Those taking part ...
      The trim little yacht Truscott took a load of excursionists to Squaw ...
  • The Independent (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Nov 1886
        Local Happenings At about 1 o'clock this morning Leathem & Smith's mill was discovered to be on fire. The shrill tooting of the steamer Welcome's whistle aroused our citizens and the fire department was soon making its way to the fire, but before they reached the foot of the ...
      Local Happenings At about 1 o'clock this morning Leathem & Smith's mill ...
  • Tug Welcome
        The Welcome, widely known in and around Milwaukee, was a familiar sight steaming in and out of the harbor for a tow, or warping a tow into a river berth or whistling for the city bridges, sliding smoothly by under the gaze of interested but impatient watchers of the "bridge ...
      The Welcome, widely known in and around Milwaukee, was a familiar sight ...
  • Welcome (Tug), exploded, 25 Jun 1890
        Reason: exploded Lives: all ...
      Reason: exploded Lives: all ...
  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Sep 1895
        Detroit Harbor. Fishing from Detroit Harbor has become quite an industry of late, up till about five years ago, when the Hill Bros. began operations here, there were none. Since then Capt. Jno. Cornell, tug Unknown; Capt. Uls. Cornell, tug Welcome; Capt. P.M. Chambers, tug L. ...
      Detroit Harbor. Fishing from Detroit Harbor has become quite an industry of ...
  • Allmendinger ashore
    Milwaukee Journal, 26 Nov 1895     Allmendinger ashore On the Beach near Mequon-The crew all taken off. During the blinding snow storm last night a steamer grounded in the lake off Mequon and early this morning gave the signal of distress. A telephone message was sent to the central police station in this city ...
    Milwaukee Journal, 26 Nov 1895   Allmendinger ashore On the Beach near Mequon-The crew all taken off. During ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Feb 1896
        Along the Docks. The fishing tugs operating off Kewaunee are said to be doing a good business. The tug Welcome operating in the vicinity of the Door is making pretty good lifts...
      Along the Docks. The fishing tugs operating off Kewaunee are said to ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Feb 1896
        Along the Docks. The Welcome, of Washington Island, arrived at the canal last Wednesday with a cargo of lake caught trout, consigned to Capt. A. Kalmbach...
      Along the Docks. The Welcome, of Washington Island, arrived at the canal ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Feb 1896
        Along the Docks. The Welcome, of Washington Island, arrived at the canal last Wednesday with a cargo of lake caught trout, consigned to Capt. A. Kalmbach...
      Along the Docks. The Welcome, of Washington Island, arrived at the canal ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Feb 1896
        Along the Docks. The fishing tugs operating off Kewaunee are said to be doing a good business. The tug Welcome operating in the vicinity of the Door is making pretty good lifts...
      Along the Docks. The fishing tugs operating off Kewaunee are said to ...
  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Mar 1896
        Our Inland Marine. Joel Ashby has gone to Washington Island to take charge of the tug Welcome's engine, having left here Wednesday morning on the tug Truscott...
      Our Inland Marine. Joel Ashby has gone to Washington Island to take ...
  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Mar 1896
        Detroit Harbor. The tugs Welcome and Truscott have been fishing out of this port all winter but have on the while had a hard job of it as they are quite light and not built at all for ice crushing...
      Detroit Harbor. The tugs Welcome and Truscott have been fishing out of ...
  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Mar 1896
        Detroit Harbor. Capt. John Cornell has filled his ice house, Jordan & Gagnon theirs, and the owners of the tugs Welcome, Hill and Pilgrim the one on Fishermen's Point...
      Detroit Harbor. Capt. John Cornell has filled his ice house, Jordan & ...
  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 May 1896
        Our Inland Marine. The Washington Island tug Liberty was in port several days the first of the week, during which time her engineer, Chas. Allen made some needed repairs to the engine, the crank pin of which ran hot at times. She was also given a new siphon. The Liberty ...
      Our Inland Marine. The Washington Island tug Liberty was in port several ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Apr 1905
        Capt. William Gnewuch of the tug Welcome, who this week returned to Milwaukee from a visit to his parents at Manistee, Michigan, reports that the steamers Illinois, Missouri and F. & P. M. No. 4 are about ready to sail, and the barges Edward Buckley, Mark E. Covell, C. Reitz, ...
      Capt. William Gnewuch of the tug Welcome, who this week returned to ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 11 Nov 1905, p. 3
        Messrs. Audry and Arthur Cornell arrived on the tug Hattie Jordan Sunday and spent part of the day visiting their home at Washington Harbor. The former is engaged on the tug and the latter is working in an axe handle factory at Gladstone. The tug Welcome, owned by J. C. ...
      Messrs. Audry and Arthur Cornell arrived on the tug Hattie Jordan Sunday ...
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