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  • C. F. Curtis (Propeller), U34126, sunk, 19 Nov 1914
    TextNewspaper       .... On November 19, 1914 vessel foundered on Lake Superior, with 14 persons on board. 14...
    TextNewspaper     .... On November 19, 1914 vessel foundered on Lake Superior, with 14 persons on board. 14...
  • Annie M. Peterson (Schooner), U105742, sunk, 19 Nov 1914
    TextNewspaper       ... 1874. On November 19, 1914, vessel foundered on Lake Superior, with 7 persons...
    TextNewspaper     ... 1874. On November 19, 1914, vessel foundered on Lake Superior, with 7 persons...
  • Colonial (Propeller), U126012, aground, 13 Nov 1914
    TextNewspaper       .... Built 1882. Vessel stranded at Rondeau, Canada, November 13, 1914, and became...
    TextNewspaper     .... Built 1882. Vessel stranded at Rondeau, Canada, November 13, 1914, and became...
  • Oscoda (Propeller), U155012, sunk, 8 Nov 1914
    TextNewspaper       .... On November 8, 1914 vessel foundered at Espafette, Mich. [ St. Helena Island...
    TextNewspaper     .... On November 8, 1914 vessel foundered at Espafette, Mich. [ St. Helena Island...
  • Selden E. Marvin (Schooner), U115771, sunk, 7 Nov 1914
    TextNewspaper       ... 1881. On November 7, 1914 vessel foundered in Lake Superior with 7 persons...
    TextNewspaper     ... 1881. On November 7, 1914 vessel foundered in Lake Superior with 7 persons...
  • Resumption (Schooner), U110384, aground, 7 Nov 1914
    TextNewspaper       ... Tons. On Nov. 7, 1914 the Schooner went ashore at Plum Island, Lake Michigan...
    TextNewspaper     ... Tons. On Nov. 7, 1914 the Schooner went ashore at Plum Island, Lake Michigan...
  • Swan (Propeller), U57928, fire, 5 Nov 1914
    TextNewspaper       .... On November 5, 1914 vessel burned at pier, Saginaw River, Lake Huron. With 6 persons...
    TextNewspaper     .... On November 5, 1914 vessel burned at pier, Saginaw River, Lake Huron. With 6 persons...
  • Another Cargo of Pulpwood Coming
    NewspaperText  Oswego Daily Times, 20 Oct 1914     Another Cargo of Pulpwood Coming ______ Norhilda Has Sailed from Anticosti - A Poor Season ____

    The steamer Norhilda has left Anticosti Island with a cargo of pulpwood that will be shipped to this port this season. The Thyra Menier is now unloading and by ...

    NewspaperText  Oswego Daily Times, 20 Oct 1914   Another Cargo of Pulpwood Coming ______ Norhilda Has Sailed from Anticosti - A Poor Season ____

    The steamer Norhilda has left Anticosti Island with a cargo of pulpwood that will ...

  • Advertiser (Motor Vessel), U209570, fire, 7 Oct 1914
    TextNewspaper       .... On October 7, 1914, vessel burned on the Niagara River, N.Y., with 4 persons...
    TextNewspaper     .... On October 7, 1914, vessel burned on the Niagara River, N.Y., with 4 persons...
  • Toronto's West Market Street slip with SOPHIA MINCH and ONGIARA.
    Image       ...Toronto's West Market Street slip looked like this on October 5, 1914...
    Image     ...Toronto's West Market Street slip looked like this on October 5, 1914...
  • Mary N. Bourke (Schooner), U92126, fire, 26 Sep 1914
    TextNewspaper       .... On September 26, 1914, vessel burned at Pine River, St. Ignace, Mich., with 6 persons...
    TextNewspaper     .... On September 26, 1914, vessel burned at Pine River, St. Ignace, Mich., with 6 persons...
  • Montana (Propeller), U90501, fire, 6 Sep 1914
    TextNewspaper       .... On September 6, 1914 vessel burned at Sulpher Island, Mich., Lake Huron, with 14...
    TextNewspaper     .... On September 6, 1914 vessel burned at Sulpher Island, Mich., Lake Huron, with 14...
  • St. Joseph Saturday Herald (St. Joseph, MI), 5 September 1914, page 1
    TextNewspaper       ...5 September 1914...
    TextNewspaper     ...5 September 1914...
  • Thomas A. Scott (Propeller), C116847, sunk, 2 Sep 1914
    TextNewspaper       ... was given.       Owen Sound Sun       September 4, 1914...
    TextNewspaper     ... was given. Owen Sound Sun September 4, 1914...
  • George Rogers (Propeller), U86064, fire, 29 Aug 1914
    TextNewspaper       ... 1889. On August 29, 1914 vessel burned on Lake Michigan, with 6 persons...
    TextNewspaper     ... 1889. On August 29, 1914 vessel burned on Lake Michigan, with 6 persons...
  • Swedish Flag Being Flown
    NewspaperText  Oswego Daily Times, 26 Aug 1914     Swedish Flag Being Flown ____ Steamer Flying Swedish Colors Now in Port ____ Feared German Cruisers ____ The Steamer Norhilda Comes into Port under a Neutral Flag - English Crew Joined Reserves - Manned by Chinamen ____

    For the first time ...

    NewspaperText  Oswego Daily Times, 26 Aug 1914   Swedish Flag Being Flown ____ Steamer Flying Swedish Colors Now in Port ____ Feared German Cruisers ____ The Steamer Norhilda Comes into Port under a Neutral Flag - English Crew ...
  • Tacoma (Propeller), U145268, fire, 23 Aug 1914
    TextNewspaper       .... Vessel burned at Ludington, Mich., August 23, 1914. No lives lost...
    TextNewspaper     .... Vessel burned at Ludington, Mich., August 23, 1914. No lives lost...
  • Marguerite (Yacht), U205420, fire, 12 Aug 1914
    TextNewspaper       .... On August 12, 1914, vessel burned on lake Michigan, with 7 persons on board...
    TextNewspaper     .... On August 12, 1914, vessel burned on lake Michigan, with 7 persons on board...
  • George H. Van Vleck (Propeller), U150042, fire, 3 Aug 1914
    TextNewspaper       .... Built 1875. On August 3, 1914, vessel burned at Duluth Harbor with 17 persons...
    TextNewspaper     .... Built 1875. On August 3, 1914, vessel burned at Duluth Harbor with 17 persons...
  • Steamer Turret Chief Is Pulled off Rocks
    NewspaperText  Toronto World (Toronto, ON), 15 Jul 1914, p. 11     Steamer Turret Chief Is Pulled off Rocks

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    Canadian Press Despatch

    CALUMET, Mich., July 14.--After many weeks of effort, Captain Alexander Cunning and his crew of wreckers have succeeded in releasing the Canadian seamer ...

    NewspaperText  Toronto World (Toronto, ON), 15 Jul 1914, p. 11   Steamer Turret Chief Is Pulled off Rocks

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    Canadian Press Despatch

    CALUMET, Mich., July 14.--After many weeks of effort, Captain Alexander Cunning and his crew of wreckers have ...

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