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  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...
  • Julia B. Merrill at Sodus Point
    Image       Photograph of schooner JULIA B. MERRILL at the pier at Sodus Point.
    Image     Photograph of schooner JULIA B. MERRILL at the pier at Sodus Point.
  • City of Hamilton
    Image       Photograph of CITY OF HAMILTON in the livery of Canada Steamship Lines but before the deckhouses were removed.
    Image     Photograph of CITY OF HAMILTON in the livery of Canada Steamship Lines but before the deckhouses were removed.
  • Local Men Safe
    NewspaperText  Ludington Daily News, 2 Jul 1914     Local Men Safe

    The steamer Mataafa, which stranded at Twin Point Harbor Saturday when she struck the breakwater, had on board five Ludington men, whose friends and relatives were anxiously awaiting news of them, until yesterday, when Mrs. O.E. Barber received a letter from her son ...

    NewspaperText  Ludington Daily News, 2 Jul 1914   Local Men Safe

    The steamer Mataafa, which stranded at Twin Point Harbor Saturday when she struck the breakwater, had on board five Ludington men, whose friends and relatives were anxiously ...

  • Howard M. Hanna Jr. in drydock
    Image       Photograph of HOWARD M. HANNA JR. in drydock at Collingwood showing the extent of damage suffered when she stranded on Lake Huron during the Great Storm of November 1913.
    Image     Photograph of HOWARD M. HANNA JR. in drydock at Collingwood showing the extent of damage suffered when she stranded on Lake Huron during the Great Storm of November 1913.
  • Turret Chief on Keweenaw Point
    Image       ...Photograph of TURRET CHIEF during 1914 salvage operations not only shows...
    Image     ...Photograph of TURRET CHIEF during 1914 salvage operations not only shows...
  • Syracuse
    Image       ...Photograph of the SYRACUSE under way at speed, c 1914-17....
    Image     ...Photograph of the SYRACUSE under way at speed, c 1914-17....
  • Adrian Iselin
    Image       ...x 1576 Str. Adrian Iselin. May 9, 1914 Detroit Publishing Co....
    Image     ...x 1576 Str. Adrian Iselin. May 9, 1914 Detroit Publishing Co....
  • West Vancouver No.5 (1914)
    Ship       .... Licensed for 175 passengers 1914. Wrecked in collision with "Princess Alice" 04/02...
    Ship     .... Licensed for 175 passengers 1914. Wrecked in collision with "Princess Alice" 04/02...
  • Wauketa (1914)
    Ship       Official No.: 137905; 73x17x7 Owned by Dominion Government; American Nephaline Ltd., Lakefield 1945.
    Ship     Official No.: 137905; 73x17x7 Owned by Dominion Government; American Nephaline Ltd., Lakefield 1945.
  • W. Grant Morden (1914)
    Ship       Other Names: Donnacona (1926); Official No.: 134015; 604x59x28 Owned by Canada Steamship Lines. Built by Western Drydock & Shipbuilding Co., Port Arthur and launched 04/04/14. Engine 24-39-65x42 by builder. Scrapped Bilbao, Spain, 1969.
    Ship     Other Names: Donnacona (1926); Official No.: 134015; 604x59x28 Owned by Canada Steamship Lines. Built by Western Drydock & Shipbuilding Co., Port Arthur and launched 04/04/14. Engine 24-39-65x42 by builder. Scrapped ...
  • Viernoe (1914)
    Ship       Official No.: 137002; Previous Registration: British (1928) 130x22x13 Owned by Nova Scotia Trawlers Ltd. 1928; Prospect Trawlers Ltd., Halifax 1935; National Sea Products Ltd., Halifax 1945.
    Ship     Official No.: 137002; Previous Registration: British (1928) 130x22x13 Owned by Nova Scotia Trawlers Ltd. 1928; Prospect Trawlers Ltd., Halifax 1935; National Sea Products Ltd., Halifax 1945.
  • Veronica (1914)
    Ship       Official No.: 151088; 135x30x11 Owned by M. H. M. Godman, Beckenham England.
    Ship     Official No.: 151088; 135x30x11 Owned by M. H. M. Godman, Beckenham England.
  • Tommy Mathieu (1914)
    Ship       Official No.: 134320; 54x11x3 Owned by Shevlin Clark Co., Fort Frances Ont. 1917, 1935; J. A. Mathieu Ltd., Rainy Lake Ont. 1945.
    Ship     Official No.: 134320; 54x11x3 Owned by Shevlin Clark Co., Fort Frances Ont. 1917, 1935; J. A. Mathieu Ltd., Rainy Lake Ont. 1945.
  • Tillie Battle (1914)
    Ship       ...Official No.: 130286; 80x18x7 Owned by Canadian Sand & Gravel Co. 1914; C...
    Ship     ...Official No.: 130286; 80x18x7 Owned by Canadian Sand & Gravel Co. 1914; C...
  • Thomas Fisher (1914)
    Ship       Official No.: 134016; 65x15x7 Owned by Great Lakes Dredging Co., Ottawa 1921, 1935; Consolidated Dredging Co., Ottawa 1945. Tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 134016; 65x15x7 Owned by Great Lakes Dredging Co., Ottawa 1921, 1935; Consolidated Dredging Co., Ottawa 1945. Tug.
  • T.J. Waffle (1914)
    Shipcomment       Official No.: 130767; 105x23x8 Owned by T.J. & W.J. Waffle, Smiths Falls 1915; to A. Foster, Smiths Falls 1916; J. Swift & Co., Kingston 1919. Engine 12x14 from "Edmond". Steam barge (coal). Sank 22/09/19 en route Fairhaven, N.Y.-Kingston, 8 killed. ; Final Location: Lake Ontario, Foundered
    Shipcomment     Official No.: 130767; 105x23x8 Owned by T.J. & W.J. Waffle, Smiths Falls 1915; to A. Foster, Smiths Falls 1916; J. Swift & Co., Kingston 1919. Engine 12x14 from "Edmond". Steam ...
  • Succora (1914)
    Ship       Used on Lesser Slave Lake.
    Ship     Used on Lesser Slave Lake.
  • Steelton (1914)
    Ship       ...., Sunderland England 1914. Engine 17-28-46x33 (maker uncertain). Seized by court order...
    Ship     ...., Sunderland England 1914. Engine 17-28-46x33 (maker uncertain). Seized by court order...
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