The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Steamer "Western World"
    Orr, J. W., Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (New York, NY), 7 Jun 1856     Steamer "Western World," Capt. J. H. Barker, of the Michigan Central Railroad Line, between Buffalo and Detroit
    Orr, J. W., Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (New York, NY), 7 Jun 1856   Steamer "Western World," Capt. J. H. Barker, of the Michigan Central Railroad ...
  • Burning of the Lake Erie Steamer Northern Indiana
        "Burning of the Lake Erie Steamer Northern Indiana"
      "Burning of the Lake Erie Steamer Northern Indiana"
  • Propeller Republic towing the wreck into Pigeon Bay
        "Propeller Republic towing the wreck into Pigeon Bay"
      "Propeller Republic towing the wreck into Pigeon Bay"
  • Pushing the women overboard who were too much terrified to make the leap
        "Pushing the women overboard who were too much terrified to make the leap"
      "Pushing the women overboard who were too much terrified to make the ...
  • McDonagh jumping into the water with the life-preservers
        "McDonagh jumping into the water with the life-preservers"
      "McDonagh jumping into the water with the life-preservers"
  • The rescue of two ladies and a gentleman from the wreck of the wheel
        "The rescue of two ladies and a gentleman from the wreck of the wheel"
      "The rescue of two ladies and a gentleman from the wreck of ...
  • Night scene on Lake Erie
        A passenger steamboat crosses Lake Erie at night (and, as always, with the moon in the background).
      A passenger steamboat crosses Lake Erie at night (and, as always, with ...
  • A Night Scene on Lake Erie
        "A Night Scene on Lake Erie"
      "A Night Scene on Lake Erie"
  • SAXON
        Saxon Built 1890, at Cleveland, Ohio, by the Globe Iron Works Co. Hull, of steel. Length 296 feet; breadth of beam 40 feet 5 inches; depth of hold 21 feet. Engine, triple expansion Diameter of cylinders 24, 38 and 61 inches, by 42 inches stroke. Boilers, two, of steel, "scotch" ...
      Saxon Built 1890, at Cleveland, Ohio, by the Globe Iron Works Co. ...
  • MERIDA
        Merida Built 1893 at West Bay City, Mich. Hull, of steel, built by F. W. Wheeler & Company. Length of keel 360 feet; over all 378 feet, extreme beam 45 feet; depth of hold 25 feet. Engine, triple expansion, constructed by the Frontier Iron Works, Detroit. Diameter of cylinders 23, ...
      Merida Built 1893 at West Bay City, Mich. Hull, of steel, built ...
  • INDIA
        India Built 1871 at Buffalo, N. Y. Hull, or iron, built by J. Craig. Length 210 feet; breadth of beam 32 feet 7 inches; depth of hold 14 feet. Engine, one pair, constructed by the Shepard Iron Works Buffalo, N.Y. Diameter of cylinder of each 36 inches by 36 inches ...
      India Built 1871 at Buffalo, N. Y. Hull, or iron, built by ...
  • CODORUS
        Codorus Built 1892, at Buffalo, N.Y. by the Union Dry Dock Company Hull, of steel, "straight-back" model, double bottom Length 275 1/2 feet, over all 290 feet; breadth of beam 40 feet; depth of hold 26 feet Engine, triple expansion. Diameter of cylinders 20, 33 and 54 inches, by 45 ...
      Codorus Built 1892, at Buffalo, N.Y. by the Union Dry Dock Company ...
  • Great Lakes straight back steamship CODORUS, 1892
        Great Lakes straight back steamship CODORUS, 1892
      Great Lakes straight back steamship CODORUS, 1892
  • CITY OF TOLEDO
        City of Toledo: Built 1891, at Toledo, Ohio Hull, of steel. Built by the Craig Shipbuilding Company. Length over all 221 feet; breadth of beam 31 1/2 feet; over guard 58 feet; depth of hold 12 1/2 feet. Engine, inclined triple expansion, constructed by the Cleveland Shipbuilding Company. Diameter of ...
      City of Toledo: Built 1891, at Toledo, Ohio Hull, of steel. Built ...
  • Great Lakes excursion steamboat CITY OF TOLEDO, 1891
        Great Lakes excursion steamboat CITY OF TOLEDO, 1891
      Great Lakes excursion steamboat CITY OF TOLEDO, 1891
  • FRANK E. KIRBY
        Frank E. Kirby: Designed by Frank E. Kirby. Built 1890, at Wyandotte, Mich. Hull, of Steel, Built by the Detroit Dry Dock Co. Length of Keel 195 feet 6 inches; over all 203 feet; breadth of beam 30 feet; over guards 55 feet; depth of hold 11 feet 3 inches. ...
      Frank E. Kirby: Designed by Frank E. Kirby. Built 1890, at Wyandotte, ...
  • Great Lakes Freight Steamship MATOA, 1890
        Great Lakes Freight Steamship MATOA, 1890
      Great Lakes Freight Steamship MATOA, 1890
  • Great Lakes Steamship MARYLAND, 1890
        Great Lakes Steamship MARYLAND, 1890
      Great Lakes Steamship MARYLAND, 1890
  • SARANAC
        Saranac: built 1890, at Cleveland, Ohio Steel hull, web frames Length of Keel 290 feet, over all 307 feet, breadth of beam 40 feet; depth of hold 13 feet 6 inches -- to main deck 25 1/2 feet, draft of water 8 feet, light, 14 to 16 when loaded. Engine, ...
      Saranac: built 1890, at Cleveland, Ohio Steel hull, web frames Length of ...
  • Great Lakes Steamship SARANAC, 1890
        Great Lakes Steamship SARANAC, 1890
      Great Lakes Steamship SARANAC, 1890
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