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  • Remove search term Subject: Steamboats
  • Remove search term Decade: 1890-1899
  • American Steam Vessels
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  • Night scene on Lake Erie
        A passenger steamboat crosses Lake Erie at night (and, as always, with the moon in the background). Illustration from J. B. Mansfield, ed., History of the Great Lakes. Volume I, Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co., 1899.
      A passenger steamboat crosses Lake Erie at night (and, as always, with ...
  • Midnight on Lake Erie.
  • Leaving the Locks at the "Soo," Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
        Leaving the Locks at the "Soo," Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 5145. Copyright 18899, by Detroit Photographic Co. Handwritten: "Your Leter at hand. With best regards Edward H."
      Leaving the Locks at the "Soo," Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 5145. Copyright ...
  • City of Alpena (Steamboat), U126974, 12 Mar 1893
        launch, Wyandotte
      launch, Wyandotte
  • Passenger Steamers
  • The Steamer Europa
        "The Steamer Europa"
      "The Steamer Europa"
  • Steamer Chicora
        Steamer Chicora
      Steamer Chicora
  • Steamboat ALGERIAN
        Photograph of the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company steamboat ALGERIAN The ALGERIAN was a rebuild in 1874 of the BAVARIAN (1873), in turn a rebuild of the KINGSTON (1855). She was renamed CORNWALL before the 1905 season.
      Photograph of the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company steamboat ALGERIAN The ALGERIAN ...
  • Steamer ARABIAN
        Steamer Arabian Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901.
      Steamer Arabian Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901.
  • Lake Erie Steamboat INDIANA, 1841
        Lake Erie Steamboat INDIANA, 1841
      Lake Erie Steamboat INDIANA, 1841
  • Thomas Jefferson
        Thomas Jefferson Built 1834, at Erie, PA Hull, of wood, built by S. Jenkins. Length from stem to stern 174 feet; breadth of beam 26 feet 8 inches; depth of hold 9 feet 8 inches. Engine, cross-head, constructed by Jas. P. Allaire. New York. 150 horse power Tonnage 428 66/95 ...
      Thomas Jefferson Built 1834, at Erie, PA Hull, of wood, built by ...
  • Great Lakes Steamboat Thomas Jefferson, 1834
        Great Lakes Steamboat Thomas Jefferson, 1834
      Great Lakes Steamboat Thomas Jefferson, 1834
  • Michigan
        MICHIGAN Built 1833, at Detroit, Mich. Hull, by F. Church, 156 feet in length, from stem to stern; 29 feet beam, 11 feet 2 inches depth of hold. 472 73/95 tons. Two beam engines, of 80 horse power each, built by Silas Battell, of Buffalo, N.Y. The MICHIGAN was owned ...
      MICHIGAN Built 1833, at Detroit, Mich. Hull, by F. Church, 156 feet ...
  • Great Lakes Propeller PRINCETON, 1845
        Great Lakes Propeller PRINCETON, 1845
      Great Lakes Propeller PRINCETON, 1845
  • EMPIRE
        EMPIRE Built 1844, at Cleveland, O. HULL, of wood, constructed by Capt. George W. Jones. Length on water line 251 feet; over all 260 feet. ENGINE, inclined Low Pressure, below deck, built by the Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Co., Cleveland, O. Diameter of cylinder 35 inches, by 10 feet stroke of ...
      EMPIRE Built 1844, at Cleveland, O. HULL, of wood, constructed by Capt. ...
  • Great Lake Passenger Steamboat EMPIRE, 1844
        Great Lake Passenger Steamboat EMPIRE, 1844
      Great Lake Passenger Steamboat EMPIRE, 1844
  • INDIANA
        INDIANA Built 1841, at Toledo, Ohio HULL, of wood, 175 feet in length; 26 feet breadth of beam, and 12 feet depth of hold. ENGINE, vertical beam, 48 inches diameter of cylinder by 7 feet stroke Tonnage 550 The INDIANA was the largest and finest steamboat that had ever been ...
      INDIANA Built 1841, at Toledo, Ohio HULL, of wood, 175 feet in ...
  • Great Lakes Steamboat Michigan, 1833
        Great Lakes Steamboat Michigan, 1833
      Great Lakes Steamboat Michigan, 1833
  • Lake Michigan Steamboat CHICAGO, 1874
        Chicago: Built 1874 at Manitowoc, Wis. Hull, of wood, built by G. S. Rand. Length of Keel 205 feet; width of hull 30 feet; over guards 55 feet; depth of hold 12 feet. Engine, vertical beam; diameter of cylinder 46 inches, by 11 feet stroke Boilers, two, of iron; each ...
      Chicago: Built 1874 at Manitowoc, Wis. Hull, of wood, built by G. ...
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