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  • The Barney Eaton Got off
    Daily Milwaukee News, 2 Dec 1860     THE BARNEY EATON GOT OFF.--The schooner Barney Eaton, which went ashore a few rods north of the Straight Cut, in the gale last week, was got off on Friday by Caleb Harrison...
    Daily Milwaukee News, 2 Dec 1860   THE BARNEY EATON GOT OFF.--The schooner Barney Eaton, which went ashore a ...
  • Brought In
    Daily Milwaukee News, 1 Jun 1860     BROUGHT IN--The schooner Buena Vista, which went ashore last fall at Point Sauble, and has been lying there until recently, was brought into port to-day by Caleb Harrison. He had some difficulty in getting her off as she lay in a very bad place. She proves to be not mutually ...
    Daily Milwaukee News, 1 Jun 1860   BROUGHT IN--The schooner Buena Vista, which went ashore last fall at Point ...
  • Foundering of the Brig Mahoning
    Daily Milwaukee News, 3 Dec 1864, p. 5, column 2-3     Foundering of the Brig Mahoning. Two Men Lost--Capt. Tabberner of this City Drowned Intelligence reached this city early yesterday morning that the brig Mahoning, of Chicago, had gone down about 12 o'clock the night before, in 65 feet of water ...
    Daily Milwaukee News, 3 Dec 1864, p. 5, column 2-3   Foundering of the Brig Mahoning. Two Men Lost--Capt. Tabberner of this City ...
  • Wrecked Vessels Recovered
    Daily Milwaukee News, 21 May 1864, p. 8, column 3     Wrecked Vessels Recovered.--Capt. Courneen, marine inspector at Toronto, C. W., arrived in Detroit on Wednesday, and reports the bark Mary Jane and schooner Rebecca Foster, ashore since last fall at Long Point, in a fair way of being recovered. Wreckers, with steam pumps, are at ...
    Daily Milwaukee News, 21 May 1864, p. 8, column 3   Wrecked Vessels Recovered.--Capt. Courneen, marine inspector at Toronto, C. W., arrived in ...
  • The Sea Bird
    Daily Milwaukee News, 12 Jan 1864     THE SEA BIRD.--Up to this time all efforts to get this steamer off have proved unavailing. The steam pumps which were put on board were found ineffectual to clear her of water, and they have been taken off. She is still comparatively uninjured, except the displacement of some portion of ...
    Daily Milwaukee News, 12 Jan 1864   THE SEA BIRD.--Up to this time all efforts to get this steamer ...
  • Low Water
    Daily Milwaukee News, 1 Jun 1872     Low Water.--The Menomonee Herald says: "The date in the bay is so low that the tug Bob Mills is unable to get into the harbor, and the little tug May, from Oconto, is doing the inside work."...
    Daily Milwaukee News, 1 Jun 1872   Low Water.--The Menomonee Herald says: "The date in the bay is so ...
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