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  • Marine Disaster
    Oswego Times and Express (Oswego, NY), 10 May 1883     Marine Disaster The Tug Gardner Burned off the Galloo Islands - No Lives Lost A dispatch was received in this city this morning announcing the burning of the well known lake tug Gardner near the Galloo Islands last night. The particulars were not given. The ...
    Oswego Times and Express (Oswego, NY), 10 May 1883   Marine Disaster The Tug Gardner Burned off the Galloo Islands - No ...
  • Oswego Times and Express (Oswego, NY), Aug 7, 1884
        OBITUARY DEATH OF CAPTAIN H.N. THROOP A dispatch was received here this morning by W.B. Phelps from T. Scott Ledyard, Williamson, N.Y. stating that Captain H. N. Throop died at his home in Pultneyville yesterday and that the funeral will take place there Saturday at 3 ...
      OBITUARY DEATH OF CAPTAIN H.N. THROOP A dispatch was received here this ...
  • Oswego Times and Express (Oswego, NY), Mon., Nov. 15, 1886
        The Belle Wilson Ashore A Thrilling Experience In A Snow Storm On The Lake Caught in a Snow Storm - Losing the Rudder - Attempting to Steer With a Drag - Heroic Efforts of the Captain and Crew - Driven Back ...
      The Belle Wilson Ashore A Thrilling Experience In A Snow Storm On ...
  • Oswego Times and Express (Oswego, NY), Dec. 13, 1886
        An Incident of 1812. Conveying the Cable from Sandy Creek to Sackets Harbor for the Ship of War New Orleans. An old subscriber to the Watertown Reformer, who lived at Henderson Harbor and took part in some of the events of the war of 1812, writes as follows ...
      An Incident of 1812. Conveying the Cable from Sandy Creek to Sackets ...
  • Oswego Times and Express (Oswego, NY), Mon., Dec. 6, 1886
        Captain Becker's Statement ___ His Version of the Wreck of the Comanche and to Whom Honor is Due - Bravery of the Men Along Point Peninsula. ___ Captain William Becker, of the wrecked schooner Comanche, has arrived here from Point Peninsula and in conversation ...
      Captain Becker's Statement ___ His Version of the Wreck of the Comanche ...
  • Oswego Times and Express (Oswego, NY), Sat., Dec. 4, 1886
        The Ocean Wave Ashore Abandoned by the Crew off Port Ontario. The Vessel Becomes Unmanageable on Account of the Ice. The Crew Escape in the Boat and Get Ashore. Pulaski, Dec. 4. - Yesterday afternoon the schooner Ocean Wave left Wellington with 5,000 bushels of ...
      The Ocean Wave Ashore Abandoned by the Crew off Port Ontario. The ...
  • Oswego Times and Express (Oswego, NY), Tues., Nov. 30, 1886
        The Wreck of the Comanche ___ An Account of the Disaster by One of the Sailors - The Wreck a Complete One This Time ___ Robert Cooney, one of the crew of the Comanche, now on the beach at Point Peninsula, arrived home this morning accompanied by two others of ...
      The Wreck of the Comanche ___ An Account of the Disaster by ...
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