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  • Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
        Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
      Ice Hills on the Pier, Oswego, N. Y.
  • JOSEPH L. RUSSELL at Oswego
        This very rare photo, taken by a member of the Russell family shows JOSEPH L. RUSSELL at Oswego in the mid-Twenties. At left is the Erie Canal steam barge "M. G. PHELPS".
      This very rare photo, taken by a member of the Russell family ...
  • Commerce of Great Lakes
    Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), 14 Sep 1907     Commerce of Great Lakes Famous Sailing Vessels Have Disappeared Only a Few Remain, Mostly on Lakes Michigan and Ontario -Wooden Boats Also a Thing of the Past - Big Steel Carriers Take Their Place. The day of the sailing vessel on the ...
    Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), 14 Sep 1907   Commerce of Great Lakes Famous Sailing Vessels Have Disappeared Only a Few ...
  • Oswego Harbor, New York, 1943
        "War Department, Corps of Engineers, Survey of the Northern and Northwestern Lakes, Oswego Harbor, New York, scale 1:10,000" "Published by U.S. Lake Survey Office, 649 Federal Building Detroit, Mich. Aids to Navigation Corrected to November 12, 1943" "Catalogue No. 225
      "War Department, Corps of Engineers, Survey of the Northern and Northwestern Lakes, ...
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Dec. 1, 1846
        Gale on Lake Ontario The Schooner Minerva, with 6,200 bushels of Wheat, and the W. H. Merritt, a Canadian Vessel, without loading, went ashore at Braddock's Bay. The former will be a total loss. Likewise the Cleveland, at Irondequoit Bay, with 250 bushels salt. Total loss. 1,000 ...
      Gale on Lake Ontario The Schooner Minerva, with 6,200 bushels of Wheat, ...
  • Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), Sat. , Dec. 8, 1849
        Marine Disaster and Loss of Life The schooner Mohawk, Capt. Carmichael, from Chicago for this port, came out of the Welland canal early on Thursday morning, Dec. 6th, and reached this port, at about one o'clock on the morning of the of the 7th, the night being the worst of ...
      Marine Disaster and Loss of Life The schooner Mohawk, Capt. Carmichael, from ...
  • Oswego Light-house and Harbor Entrance, Oswego, N.Y.
        "Oswego Light-house and Harbor Entrance, Oswego, N.Y." Reverse: "Published by The Rochester News Company, Rochester, N.Y. Leipzig, Dresden and Berlin."
      "Oswego Light-house and Harbor Entrance, Oswego, N.Y." Reverse: "Published by The Rochester ...
  • Panorama of Oswego, N.Y.
        Panoramic photograph of the Oswego river extending out to the harbour mouth, the grain elevator and the lighthouse.
      Panoramic photograph of the Oswego river extending out to the harbour mouth, ...
  • "Diving With and Without Armor."
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 27 Oct 1860     "Diving With and Without Armor." - This is the title of a pamphlet containing the submarine exploits of J.B. Green, the celebrated diver, who is now in this city. It purports to give a history of the adventures of Mr. Green, and although its style is not particularly perspicuous, the ...
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 27 Oct 1860   "Diving With and Without Armor." - This is the title of a ...
  • Fickle Fortune
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 18 Sep 1860     Fickle Fortune. - Most of our readers will remember the famous diver and sub-marine explorer of the lakes. The individual was originally a resident of Oswego, and for some years obtained his livelihood by odd jobs and laboring upon the docks. He finally became somewhat noted about town ...
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 18 Sep 1860   Fickle Fortune. - Most of our readers will remember the famous diver ...
  • Schooner and steamer at Delaware & Hudson Canal Company's coal dock in Oswego, NY
        Black and white photograph of a schooner and steamboat lying at the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Coal Dock in Oswego, NY
      Black and white photograph of a schooner and steamboat lying at the ...
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 14 Aug 1856
        Mr. Andrew Miller, shipbuilder, in the Second Ward is constructing a dry dock of large dimensions, suitable for the largest class vessels at his his ship yard. It will be thoroughly built, and will be a great convenience, and add immensely to the facilities for repairing vessels at Oswego. It ...
      Mr. Andrew Miller, shipbuilder, in the Second Ward is constructing a dry ...
  • Goble shipyard buildings
        The Goble shipyard buildings in Oswego just before their demolition in 1915
      The Goble shipyard buildings in Oswego just before their demolition in 1915
  • The schooner "Sultan"
    Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 4 Nov 1856     The schooner "Sultan," which was driven ashore below the east pier in the gale of Friday night, has been pumped out by one of the excellent Worthing Pumps, belonging to the North Western Insurance Co., so that she was got off and brought into this port this afternoon, with a ...
    Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 4 Nov 1856   The schooner "Sultan," which was driven ashore below the east pier in ...
  • New  Vessel
    Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 12 Sep 1856     New Vessel. - Another new vessel arrived here yesterday called the "Col. A.B. Williams," built by D. Rogers, at Big Sodus, after the model of the "B.R. Lummis." She is a staunch, well built vessel, as are all those that come from the ship yard of Mr. Rogers. Her length ...
    Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 12 Sep 1856   New Vessel. - Another new vessel arrived here yesterday called the "Col. ...
  • Schooner Signal Ashore
    Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 30 Aug 1856     Schooner Signal Ashore. - The schooner "Signal" of Erie, Capt. Zimmerly, which cleared this port Thursday last for Erie, with 315 barrels of salt and 100 barrels of water lime, sprung her foremast when off the Devil's Nose, put back, and in attempting to come in the harbor this morning ...
    Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 30 Aug 1856   Schooner Signal Ashore. - The schooner "Signal" of Erie, Capt. Zimmerly, which ...
  • The Storm
    Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 31 Oct 1856     The Storm - Perilous Situation of the Schooner J.P. Hale and Crew. - It commenced snowing last night and has continued through the day with but little cessation. The snow has fallen about six inches in depth. The wind has been stiff in the northwest, and is increasing in violence ...
    Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 31 Oct 1856   The Storm - Perilous Situation of the Schooner J.P. Hale and Crew. ...
  • Terrific Gale
    Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 19 Sep 1856     Terrific Gale. - The wind commenced blowing yesterday afternoon from the south, and veered into the northwest at about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and increased in violence till it blew a perfect gale. The brig "E.W. Cross"," Capt. Moore, with a cargo of corn from Chicago for S.J. Holley, ...
    Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 19 Sep 1856   Terrific Gale. - The wind commenced blowing yesterday afternoon from the south, ...
  • Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 16 Sep 1856
        Several attempts have been made to get off the schooner "Signal," which went ashore some time since below the east pier, but she still lies hard on, with her larboard side exposed to the sun. She will, no doubt, be a total wreck...
      Several attempts have been made to get off the schooner "Signal," which ...
  • George Goble's Ship Yard
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 19 Apr 1862     George Goble's Ship Yard - Another New Vessel. - George Goble, the well known ship-bulder, has nearly completed a new schooner of the first class, and will launch her on Monday or Tuesday next. This vessel is intended to surpass anything ever constructed at this establishment hitherto. Her capacity ...
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 19 Apr 1862   George Goble's Ship Yard - Another New Vessel. - George Goble, the ...
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