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  • Niles Republican (Niles, MI), 25 March 1865
        Wreck at St. Joseph. We learn by Mr. S. Griffin of this city, who was an eye witness, that the schooner Whip, Capt. <name reg="Blenn, Nelson" ...
      Wreck at St. Joseph. We learn by Mr. S. Griffin of this ...
  • Niles Republican (Niles, MI), 20 December 1856 (Saturday)
        A vessel which came from the City of New York named Thomas Bradley, is still on the beach about seven miles north of St. Joseph. She went ashore on the 4th of November. She was loaded in New York with machinery and merchandise. The machinery consisted of two engines, four ...
      A vessel which came from the City of New York named Thomas ...
  • Niles Republican (Niles, MI), 24 January 1852, page 2
  • Niles Republican (Niles, MI), November 11, 1848
        Column 1 The "port" is St. Joseph, Michigan...
      Column 1 The "port" is St. Joseph, Michigan...
  • Niles Republican (Niles, MI), 6 May 1848, page 2
        The Algoma The Grand River papers are bragging greatly at the arrival on their river of the steamer Algoma, an old boat that has been running on the St. Joseph river since the year one, and was sold at last by its owners to some Grand River customer. The Eagle ...
      The Algoma The Grand River papers are bragging greatly at the arrival ...
  • Niles Republican (Niles, MI), 26 November 1842
        MORE FROM THE LAKES. - The schr. Florida went ashore at South Black River. No lives lost. The Harrison and the Ottowa made the harbor at Chicago, which they reached in a damaged and sinking condition. The brig Rosa, we learn, reached Chicago in safety. The schr. ...
      MORE FROM THE LAKES. - The schr. Florida went ashore at South ...
  • Niles Republican (Niles, MI), 26 November 1842
        WRECK OF THE SHIP MILWAUKIE - NINE LIVES LOST. - The ship Milwaukie, Capt. Whitmore, was towed out of the St. Joseph harbor, by the Huron, on the morning of the 16th; she sailed for the mouth of the Kalamazoo river, where she received an additional quantity of flour. Two ...
      WRECK OF THE SHIP MILWAUKIE - NINE LIVES LOST. - The ship ...
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