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  • Hamonic (Steamboat), 19 Sep 1908
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  • "Where Are the Nine?": Schooner Days CXXXVIII (138)
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 12 May 1934     "Where Are the Nine?" Schooner Days CXXXVIII (138) IT is not for the purpose of reviving ancient animosities nor of performing the chores of those ministers of hell, the armament vendors, that we dwell with interest and ...
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 12 May 1934   "Where Are the Nine?" Schooner Days CXXXVIII (138) IT is not for ...
  • Terrible Sufferings of Shipwrecked Crews
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1-2     TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS OF SHIPWRECKED CREWS How Turret Chief and L. C. Waldo Were Dashed on the Rocks -- The Crews Almost Fozen, Were for Many Hours Without Food or Shelter (Special Despatch to The Globe.) Calumet, Mich., Nov. 11 ...
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1-2   TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS OF SHIPWRECKED CREWS How Turret Chief and L. C. Waldo ...
  • Ontario and the Great Lakes
    The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), Jan. 1911, 89, 91     C. Quackenbush, one of the oldest tug captains on the Welland Canal, died at Port Dalhousie. recently, aged 67. He had been engaged on tugs for 40 years. During the past season, 2,656 vessel passages were recorded through the Welland canal. This is an increase of nearly 600 over the ...
    The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), Jan. 1911, 89, 91   C. Quackenbush, one of the oldest tug captains on the Welland Canal, ...
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