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  • Subject: Superior Steamboat
  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 4 Jul 1822, p. 3, column 2
        The Steam-Boat Superior touched at this place on Sunday evening last, on her passage from Buffalo to the Sault de St. Marie. Besides other passengers, she had on board a detachment of 250 United States Infantry, under the command of Col. Brady, recently from Sacket's Harbor, and destined for the ...
      The Steam-Boat Superior touched at this place on Sunday evening last, on ...
  • NEW LAKE ERIE STEAM-BOAT SUPERIOR
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 28 May 1822, p. 3, column 4     The STEAM-BOAT SUPERIOR. Jedediah Rogers, Master, Will sail from Buffalo for Michillimackinac, on Tuesday the 11th day of June next, at 9 o'clock, A.M. and will tough at Erie, Grand River, Cleaveland, Sandusky, and Detroit, as usual, on her way up and back. She will consequently ...
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 28 May 1822, p. 3, column 4   The STEAM-BOAT SUPERIOR. Jedediah Rogers, Master, Will sail from Buffalo for Michillimackinac, ...
  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 10 Oct 1822, p. 2, column 4
        Buffalo, September 24 Steam-Boat Superior, Capt. Rogers, returned to this port on Thursday last, having again been disabled on the Lake. Captain R. sailed from here on the 14th inst. for Detroit, and two days after was met by a gale, against which he was making every ...
      Buffalo, September 24 Steam-Boat Superior, Capt. Rogers, returned to this port on ...
  • Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), 31 May 1827, p. 2
        A case was lately tried at Cleaveland, Ohio testing the liability of common carriers. A verdict of $455.12, was rendered in favor of William Holmes, against Capt. Sherman, late commander of the Steam-boat Superior, being the amount of cash and other articles contained in a trunk which was loss ...
      A case was lately tried at Cleaveland, Ohio testing the liability of ...
  • Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 12 April 1825, page 3
  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 25 Jul 1822, p. 3, column 2
        Many persons are in the habit of sending letters by the Steam-Boat, under an impression that such a method of conveyance is a saving of postage. This is wrong. The Boat carries the Mail and other letters forwarded by the master, or otherwise, are subject to the same postage as ...
      Many persons are in the habit of sending letters by the Steam-Boat, ...
  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 29 Jan 1822, p. 3, column 3
        The Lake Erie Steam Boat Company have commenced building a new Boat, on the margin of Buffalo Creek. Noah Brown. Esq. the builder of the old boat, has contracted to have this completed by the 10th of May next. It is calculated at 290 tons, 44 tons less than the ...
      The Lake Erie Steam Boat Company have commenced building a new Boat, ...
  • Launch
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 30 Apr 1822, p. 3, column 4     LAUNCH On Saturday last, the new Steam-Boat "Superior." was launched at Buffalo Creek, amidst the cheers and acclamations of a numerous concourse of spectators, assembled from this and the adjacent towns; and a salute of 13 guns was fired from her, after she had safely descended to ...
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 30 Apr 1822, p. 3, column 4   LAUNCH On Saturday last, the new Steam-Boat "Superior." was launched at Buffalo ...
  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 8 Aug 1822, p. 3, column 3
        We understand that the Steam-Boat will leave Buffalo Harbor, for Detroit, every Tuesday morning, wind and weather permitting, until the 27th instant; the remainder of the season she will sail from Buffalo once in every nine days, for the same destination. She continues to carry the Mail, as usual, ...
      We understand that the Steam-Boat will leave Buffalo Harbor, for Detroit, every ...
  • Superior (Steamboat), 31 Mar 1849
        line and officers for sea
      line and officers for sea
  • Superior (Steamboat), collision, 20 Oct 1849
        Reason: collision Remarks: Uninjured
      Reason: collision Remarks: Uninjured
  • Superior (Steamboat), broke machinery, 1 May 1849
        Reason: broke machinery Hull damage: $3,000 Remarks: Repaired
      Reason: broke machinery Hull damage: $3,000 Remarks: Repaired
  • Buffalo Light House
    Buffalo Journal, 19 Jun 1827     Buffalo Light House.--the contract for building the new light house, at this place, has been given to Messrs. Johnson & Wilkeson, who are to complete the work by the 15th day of Nov. next. It is to be located immediately at the end of the present pier, at the entrance ...
    Buffalo Journal, 19 Jun 1827   Buffalo Light House.--the contract for building the new light house, at this ...
  • Superior (Steamboat), 7 Sep 1901
        still running
      still running
  • Superior (Steamboat), 20 Aug 1901
        new master
      new master
  • Superior (Steamboat), 12 Aug 1901
        excursiion
      excursiion
  • Superior (Steamboat), 30 Jul 1901
        Crystal Beach run
      Crystal Beach run
  • Superior (Steamboat), 24 Sep 1901
        continue alone
      continue alone
  • Superior (Steamboat), 23 Sep 1901
        will run for another week
      will run for another week
  • Superior (Steamboat), 7 May 1829
        new boiler and repairs
      new boiler and repairs
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