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  • Berrien Springs Era (Berrien Springs, MI), 22 March 1876
        The U. S. Government has begun the erection of a life-saving station at St. Joseph. The captain of the crew at that point will be Capt. Joseph Napier, one of the most experienced navigators on the lakes...
      The U. S. Government has begun the erection of a life-saving station ...
  • Berrien Springs Era (Berrien Springs, MI), 1 June 1887 (Wednesday)
        THE PURITAN. The new Graham & Morton steamer was successfully launched last Wednesday, in the presence of about 5000 people. The dimensions of the boat briefly stated are as follows: Length of keel, 165 feet; over all, 175 feet; depth of hold, 13 feet; breadth of beam ...
      THE PURITAN. The new Graham & Morton steamer was successfully launched last ...
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