Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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Daily National Pilot
  
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1840-1849
  
  • Daily National Pilot (Buffalo, NY), Sat. Morning, April 18, 1846
        The propeller HERCULES, after undergoing many useful repairs, is again at her old berth loading for the upper lakes. Capt. F. Wheeler has command, of course. She sails to-morrow morning. ...
      The propeller HERCULES, after undergoing many useful repairs, is again at her ...
  • Daily National Pilot (Buffalo, NY), Friday, June 13, 1845
        Sault Ste. Marie, June 3, 1845 FROM LAKE SUPERIOR - The schooner ALGONQUIN arrived yesterday with about 3 tons of Copper mineral from the Pittsburg Co. Works, being the first sent down this season. It is to be sent to Boston. It is packed up in half barrels, weighing ...
      Sault Ste. Marie, June 3, 1845 FROM LAKE SUPERIOR - The schooner ...
  • Daily National Pilot (Buffalo, NY), Monday, June 2, 1845
        The schooners UNCLE TOM and SWALLOW have been safely launched into Lake Superior, after being drawn around the falls of St. Mary. There are now upon the lake, the ALGONQUIN, UNCLE TOM and SWALLOW. A new brig is being put up on the shores of the lake by O. Newberry, ...
      The schooners UNCLE TOM and SWALLOW have been safely launched into Lake ...
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