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  • The Shipping Disasters on the Great Lakes
    Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON), Dec 1913, p. 595     The Shipping Disasters on the Great Lakes What is, without doubt, the greatest disaster, or series of disasters, which has ever taken place in connection with the navigation of the Great Lakes, occurred chiefly during Nov. 9, when a severe storm swept the lakes from end to end. ...
    Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON), Dec 1913, p. 595   The Shipping Disasters on the Great Lakes What is, without doubt, the ...
  • Investigation Into the Stranding of the Steamship Turret Chief
    Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON), Jan 1914, p. 44     Investigation Into the Stranding of the Steamship Turret Chief An investigation into the stranding of the Canadian Lake and Ocean Navigation Co's. s.s. Turret Chief in Lake Superior, near Copper harbor, Keweenaw Point, U.S., on Nov. 8, was held at Kingston, Ont., Nov. 21 by ...
    Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON), Jan 1914, p. 44   Investigation Into the Stranding of the Steamship Turret Chief An investigation into ...
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