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  • Philip R. Clarke and Cason J. Callaway at Fraser Shipyards
        PHILIP R. CLARKE and CASON J. CALLAWAY at Fraser Shipyards, Superior, WI getting final touches to their self-unloader conversions.
      PHILIP R. CLARKE and CASON J. CALLAWAY at Fraser Shipyards, Superior, WI ...
  • Bransford (Propeller), U3925, collision, 7 Nov 1902
        Reason: collision Lives: nil Remarks: Uninjured ? ...
      Reason: collision Lives: nil Remarks: Uninjured ? ...
  • Record (Propeller), U110667, sunk by collision, 7 Nov 1902
        Reason: sunk by collision Lives: nil Remarks: Raised ...
      Reason: sunk by collision Lives: nil Remarks: Raised ...
  • Steamer Illinois, Inspector's Certificate, 9 July 1857
  • Steamer Illinois, Inspector's Certificate, 15 July 1859
  • Steamer Mineral Rock, Inspector's Certificate, 8 June 1858
  • John Ericsson (1896)
        Official No.: 154863; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1929) 399x48x22 Owned by Great Lakes Transit Corp., Midland, (James Playfair) 1930-1937; Upper Lakes & St. Lawrence Transportation Co. 1938-1963. Built by American Steel Barge Co., West Superior Wis. 1896. Engine 22½-36-60x42 by Cleveland Shipbuilding Co. Retired 12/63. Scrapped Hamilton 1968.
      Official No.: 154863; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1929) 399x48x22 Owned by Great Lakes ...
  • Bricoldoc (1902)
        Other Names: James H. Hoyt; Official No.: 153111; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1926) as James H. Hoyt 411x50x24. Owned by N. M. Paterson & Sons, Ltd., Fort William, Ont. 1926-1967. Built by Superior Shipbuilding Co., West Superior, Wis.
      Other Names: James H. Hoyt; Official No.: 153111; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1926) ...
  • C.W. Cadwell (1911)
        Official No.: 138579; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1927) 155x37x9 Owned by Ontario Gravel & Freighting Co., Windsor 1927; T. A. Tees et al., Toronto 1935; Equipment House Ltd., Toronto 1977. Built by Superior Shipbuilding Co., Superior, Wisconsin 1911. Sand-sucker. Steam engines replaced 1972 with Fairbanks-Morse diesels from Toronto ferry "Sam McBride". ...
      Official No.: 138579; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1927) 155x37x9 Owned by Ontario Gravel ...
  • Atikokan (1895)
        Other Names: John B. Trevor; Official No.: 131053; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1912) as John B. Trevor 362x39x18 Owned by F. S. Wiley, Port Arthur; to Canadian Northwest Steamship Co. 1913; to Montreal Transportation Co. 1917; to Canada Steamship Lines 1920; to Dominion Iron & Steel Co., Sydney N. S. 1926. ...
      Other Names: John B. Trevor; Official No.: 131053; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1912) ...
  • Northern Light (Propeller), struck bottom, 1 Oct 1869
        Reason: struck bottom Remarks: Damage slight ...
      Reason: struck bottom Remarks: Damage slight ...
  • Kosata (Steamboat), ice damage, 1 Nov 1869
        Reason: ice damage ...
      Reason: ice damage ...
  • George S. Frost (Steamboat), ice damage, 1 Nov 1869
        Reason: ice damage ...
      Reason: ice damage ...
  • Amethyst (Tug), sunk, 1 Nov 1869
        Reason: sunk Remarks: Raised ...
      Reason: sunk Remarks: Raised ...
  • Peter Reiss (Propeller), U207471, struck dock, 1 Oct 1915
        Reason: struck dock Remarks: Repaired ...
      Reason: struck dock Remarks: Repaired ...
  • Amethyst, broke shaft, 1 Sep 1869
        Reason: broke shaft ...
      Reason: broke shaft ...
  • Atlantic (Propeller), aground, 1 Jul 1869
        Reason: aground Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Remarks: Got off ...
  • Adella Shores (Propeller), sunk, 1 Dec 1901
        Reason: sunk Lives: nil Remarks: Raised ...
      Reason: sunk Lives: nil Remarks: Raised ...
  • Keweenaw (Steamboat), U14043, aground, 1 Aug 1866
        Reason: aground Hull damage: $1,500 Freight: lumber Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Hull damage: $1,500 Freight: lumber Remarks: Got off ...
  • Local Men Safe
    Ludington Daily News, 2 Jul 1914     Local Men Safe The steamer Mataafa, which stranded at Twin Point Harbor Saturday when she struck the breakwater, had on board five Ludington men, whose friends and relatives were anxiously awaiting news of them, until yesterday, when Mrs. O.E. Barber received a letter from her son ...
    Ludington Daily News, 2 Jul 1914   Local Men Safe The steamer Mataafa, which stranded at Twin Point Harbor ...
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