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  • Steamboat Promotion and Changing Technology: the Careers of James Sutherland and the Magnet
  • The Frontenac: A Reappraisal
        This article appears on the 'net essentially as it originally appeared in FreshWater, vol. 2, no. 1 (Summer 1987): 28-39. A few of the notes have been altered to reflect the change of name of the National Archives of Canada (NAC) from the Public Archives of Canada (PAC), and the ...
      This article appears on the 'net essentially as it originally appeared in ...
  • The First Generation of Marine Engines in Central Canadian Steamers, 1809-1837
        ... engineer in their shops. (119) Upper Canada Although before 1838 the trade...
      ... engineer in their shops. (119) Upper Canada Although before 1838 the ...
  • The First Propellers at Kingston
        "Before 1841 propeller-driven steamboats were virtually unknown on the Great Lakes. Suddenly, that summer, propellers (as they came to be better known) began to enter the waters of Lake Ontario at Kingston. Before the Vandalia appeared on her trial trips in late November, at least four propellers had made their ...
      "Before 1841 propeller-driven steamboats were virtually unknown on the Great Lakes. Suddenly, ...
  • Hamilton Harbour, 1826-1901
        Among the legacies of the late Ivan S. Brookes was his marine history of The Lower St. Lawrence, published in 1974 and an unpublished history of Hamilton Harbour in the nineteenth century. Copies of the 517 page manuscript have circulated among marine historians of the Great Lakes over the last ...
      Among the legacies of the late Ivan S. Brookes was his marine ...
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