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  • Port of Manitowoc
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 4 Jul 1891, p. 5, column 3     Port of Manitowoc The schooner Oak Leaf is in dock having 30 feet added to her length. The tug Geo. Cooper is engaged in harbor towing at this port and finds nearly enough to keep her busy. The Arctic is also here doing similar work. A new steambarge is in ...
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 4 Jul 1891, p. 5, column 3   Port of Manitowoc The schooner Oak Leaf is in dock having 30 ...
  • Montague Observer (Montague, MI), 11 Jun 1891, p. 1, column 3
        Wilson & Hendrie have closed a contract with Capt. Charles Gnewuch and Edward Buckley, Manistee, Mich., for a fore and aft compound marine engine, 18 and 36 inch cylinder, by 30 inch stroke to be erected in a boat at Manetacoc [sic: Manitowoc], Wis. This speaks well for the Montague ...
      Wilson & Hendrie have closed a contract with Capt. Charles Gnewuch and ...
  • Montague Observer (Montague, MI), 24 Sep 1891, p. 1, column 5
        The 18 and 36 by 30 fore and aft compound marine engine that the Montague Iron Works built for Capt. Chas. Gnewuch and Edward Buckley of Manistee, Mich., for their new boat being built at Manitowoc, Wis., was loaded on the steam barge John H. Pauley last Saturday and she ...
      The 18 and 36 by 30 fore and aft compound marine engine ...
  • General Marine News
    Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 1 Dec 1891, p. 2     GENERAL MARINE NEWS. SUPERIOR, Nov. 30.--Capt. Alex. McDougall has gone to the Pacific Coast. CHICAGO, Nov. 30.--The crews of the White & Friant, Fanny Neil, and Annie Sherwood arrived Friday from Washburn, Lake Superior. The boats are all frozen in at that ...
    Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 1 Dec 1891, p. 2   GENERAL MARINE NEWS. SUPERIOR, Nov. 30.--Capt. Alex. McDougall has gone to the ...
  • Edward Buckley (Propeller), 1 Nov 1891
        new vessel...
      new vessel...
  • Edward Buckley (Propeller), U136252, 19 Nov 1891
        official number...
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  • Edward Buckley (Propeller), 5 Nov 1891
        new vessel...
      new vessel...
  • Montague Observer (Montague, MI), 28 Apr 1892, p. 5
        The steamer Edward Buckley cleared from Chicago for Manistee, took on 400,000 feet of lumber and returned to Chicago in 46 hours and 45 minutes.-- Detroit Evening News. This is the steamer that the Montague Iron Works built the 19 and 36 by 30 stroke fore and aft compound marine ...
      The steamer Edward Buckley cleared from Chicago for Manistee, took on 400,000 ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 7 Jan 1893, p. 5, column 3
        A note received by the ADVOCATE from Capt. Charles Gnewuch, of Manistee, Mich., states among other things that three schooners and three tugs are receiving a rebuild and overhauling at that port this winter. Capt. Gnewuch's new steamer the Edward Buckley, has coined a good many ducats for her owner ...
      A note received by the ADVOCATE from Capt. Charles Gnewuch, of Manistee, ...
  • Vandals on Shipboard.
    Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 19 Apr 1893, p. 7     Vandals on Shipboard. Parties supposed to be at enmity with Edward Buckley and Capt. Charles Gnewuch are said to have boarded the steamer Edward Buckley at Manistee a short time ago and indulged in wholesale vandalism. The outfit of the steamer had been placed on board for the ...
    Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 19 Apr 1893, p. 7   Vandals on Shipboard. Parties supposed to be at enmity with Edward Buckley ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 19 Sep 1896, p. 5, column 6
        At Manitowoc the steambarge Edward H. Buckley, Capt. Chas. Gnewuch, was placed in the stationary dock to be ironed off for winter service. She also received new decking in the pockets. The Buckley is one of the few craft of her class on the lakes that is strictly kept in ...
      At Manitowoc the steambarge Edward H. Buckley, Capt. Chas. Gnewuch, was placed ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 31 Jul 1897, p. 1, column 3
        The steambarge Edward Buckley, Captain Chas. Gnewinch [sic: Gnewuch], has delivered a cargo of timber at Ashtabula from Manistee from the breakwater at that point...
      The steambarge Edward Buckley, Captain Chas. Gnewinch [sic: Gnewuch], has delivered a ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 17 Jul 1897, p. 1, column 3
        It is the steambarge Edward Buckley that delivers the timber for the breakwater extension at Milwaukee and not the steambarge Sawyer as has been reported. The Buckley will deliver a cargo of timber at Cleveland next week for breakwater purposes. She carries about 400,000 feet. Two of the cribs ...
      It is the steambarge Edward Buckley that delivers the timber for the ...
  • Steamer Rand Disabled
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Nov 1898, p. 1, column 1     The Steamer Rand Disabled The disabled steamer Rand was towed into port Monday afternoon by the steamer Ed­ward Buckley. The Rand was lumber laden from Ludington to St. Joseph. When twenty miles off Grand Haven Monday morning her engine was disabled by a broken piston rod. The ...
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Nov 1898, p. 1, column 1   The Steamer Rand Disabled The disabled steamer Rand was towed into port ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Mar 1898, p. 1, column 3
        Captain Daniel Wall, of Marinette, will have command of the fine steamer Edward Buckley, and he has left for Manistee to fit her out and place her into commission. Captain Chas. Gneuwick [sic: Gnewuch], part owner and master of the Buckley, is still in winter quarters at his home in ...
      Captain Daniel Wall, of Marinette, will have command of the fine steamer ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 7 Oct 1899, p. 1, column 3
        Among our callers during the week was Capt. Chas. Gnewuch, owner and master of the steamer Buckley. Capt. Gnewuch, who is a resident of Manistee, Mich., has been sailing the lakes since he was sixteen years old, and he is now upward of sixty, has had a long and steady ...
      Among our callers during the week was Capt. Chas. Gnewuch, owner and ...
  • Dry Dock and Shipyard Notes
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 7 Oct 1899, p. 1, column 1     Dry Dock and Shipyard Notes. A force of men are engaged in the work of reconstructing the scow Kellogg. This craft will not be ready for service until next spring. The steamer Edward Buckley was floated from the sectional dock on Saturday and she immediately proceeded ...
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 7 Oct 1899, p. 1, column 1   Dry Dock and Shipyard Notes. A force of men are engaged in ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Sep 1899, p. 1, column 3
        The barge Williams will be placed in the floating dock as soon as the Buckley is released. She will be put in commission immediately after repairs, etc., have been completed. ... The fine steambarge Edward Buckley was put in the dry dock Wednesday evening and will receive a ...
      The barge Williams will be placed in the floating dock as soon ...
  • Steamer Cleveland Sunk.
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Sep 1899, p. 1, column 1     Steamer Cleveland Sank. The old steamer Cleveland, which was recently purchased by H. W. Cook of Chicago for $2000 after having been out of commission several seasons, sprung a leak off Waukegan and filled with water. She was loaded with hemlock lumber from Frankfort and that ...
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Sep 1899, p. 1, column 1   Steamer Cleveland Sank. The old steamer Cleveland, which was recently purchased by ...
  • Reported From the Crow's Nest
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Apr 1899, p. 1, column 1     Reported From the Crow's Nest The steamer Pine Lake left Milwaukee for Manistee Saturday evening. Four of the lifesaving crew at Ludington have served ten consecutive years there. The steamer Neosho took on a cargo of coal at Cleveland on Saturday for ...
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Apr 1899, p. 1, column 1   Reported From the Crow's Nest The steamer Pine Lake left Milwaukee for ...
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