Maritime History of the Great Lakes

Scanner, v. 35, no. 6 (March 2003), p. 5

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5. MORE LAY-UP LISTINGS St. Joseph-de-la-Rive: JACQUES DESGAGNES, MATHILDA DESGAGNES. Montreal: Add MACKENZIE (arrived February 7. ) Hamilton: Add CALEDONIA (being converted to sailing vessel), JOSEE M. (formerly bunkering tanker IMPERIAL LACHINE [ii]). Port Maitland: Name correction re S. G. POWELL LIFTER NO. 1. Port Dover: Correction - VARY BROS. is a tow tug, not a fishtug. LaSalle: BOBBY BOWES (tug), H. M. S. DETROIT (moved from Amherstburg Dec. 20th), NEPTUNE II (tug). Windsor: Add CANADIAN JUBILEE (dredge), ANNIE M. DEAN (tug). Marinette: Add U. S. C. G. HOLLYHOCK (launched Jan. 25th). Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan: ANTIQUARIAN (research), BIDE-A-WEE (excursion), BOYD (re- search), JAMES M. BRAY (survey), U. S. C. G. BUCKTHORN, PAUL BUNYAN (gatelifter), FLORIDA (tug), OWEN M. FREDERICK (tug), HARVEY (derrick barge), HIAWATHA (excursion), HOLIDAY (ex­ cursion), U. S. C. G. KATMAI BAY, LE VOYAGEUR (excursion), MISSOURI (tug), NICOLET (derrick barge), NOKOMIS (excursion), OJIBWAY (supply boat), OKLAHOMA (tug), SHELTER BAY (tug), SOO RIVER BELLE (pilot boat), VALLEY CAMP (museum), WHITEFISH BAY (tug). For their assistance in providing this additional information, we extend our sincere thanks to Rene Beauchamp, Gerry Ouderkirk, Carmen Paris, Jimmy Sprunt and Shaun Vary. * * * * * ANOTHER VIEW OF SCOTTISH HERO Our Ship of the Month (No. 272) in the December issue was the turret steamer SCOTTISH HERO, which came to the lakes in 1906 and left again in 1915. We still have not solved the boiler mystery (except that we know she was reboilered before coming to Canadian waters), but we have turned up a few more photos of her. This is Pesha view on the St. Clair River, courtesy Alan Mann. For more views of SCOTTISH HERO, turn to "Memories" on Page 14.

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