Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Dec 1909, p. 1
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Work on the steamers Edward Buckley and S. O. Neff has been commenced at the shipyard, both these craft occupying the sectional dry docks. They are being torn down preparatory to the rebuild they are to receive. From this time until after the opening of navigation next spring the yards will be as busy a place as there is to be found in the city.


The winter fleet at this port consists of the following boats: At the shipyard -- S. O. Neff, Edward Buckley, Foster and consorts Ida Corning and Oak Leaf, Fannie C. Hart, Louis Pahlow, Ogantz, Lotus, tug Lorena, Yantic and lightships Peshtigo reef, Lansing Shoal, Grey's Reef and White Shoal. At the Leathem & Smith wharf -- Tug Smith and stone barges Mike Dohearty, Kellogg, Pewaukee, Joseph L. Hurd, Advance and Senator. At Hart dock -- Sailor Boy, Bon Ami and Thistle. Green stone quarry -- Tug Torrent and barges Butman, and Carpenter. Washburn dock -- Schooner Rosebud. Above Allan dock -- Addie Wade, tug Edw. Watkins. Fish tugs operating off canal -- Sylvia, L. P. Hill, Henry Gust, Minnie Warren.

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23 Dec 1909
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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 44.83416 Longitude: -87.37704
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Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Dec 1909, p. 1