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  • Detroit Evening News (Detroit, MI), Aug. 27, 1886
        The new Scots-built passenger ship ALGOMA (C#85766) was driven shore and broken up by a gale near Greenstone Island, Isle Royale, Nov. 7, 1885. More than 35 people died in the disaster to the luxury Canadian Pacific liner...
      The new Scots-built passenger ship ALGOMA (C#85766) was driven shore and broken ...
  • Detroit Evening News (Detroit, MI), Sep. 13, 1886
        The SUTTON (US#157010) was built by Buffalo tugmeister George Notter as a yacht. She was 54 feet in length, 10½ feet beam and only 4½ feet depth, so she could probably sail uphill on wet grass...
      The SUTTON (US#157010) was built by Buffalo tugmeister George Notter as a ...
  • Detroit Evening News (Detroit, MI), Oct. 18, 1886
        Can't identify this boat...
      Can't identify this boat...
  • Detroit Evening News (Detroit, MI), Aug. 27, 1886
        Probably J. H. HACKLEY, US#75671, 45 t., a long-time Chicago tug...
      Probably J. H. HACKLEY, US#75671, 45 t., a long-time Chicago tug...
  • Detroit Evening News (Detroit, MI), Oct 17, 1886
        North Fox is in northern Lake Michigan about 40 miles east of Petoskey, Michigan, and 42 miles north of Glen Haven...
      North Fox is in northern Lake Michigan about 40 miles east of ...
  • Detroit Evening News (Detroit, MI), Oct. 20, 1886
        *Knights of Labor - click HERE for the story...
      *Knights of Labor - click HERE for the story...
  • Detroit Evening News (Detroit, MI), Oct. 16, 1886
        The names of the contractors who brought 28 carpenters from Maine to build the new vessel at Clark's dry dock this winter are Elbridge Soule and Albert Wick, of Bath, Que...
      The names of the contractors who brought 28 carpenters from Maine to ...
  • Detroit Evening News (Detroit, MI), Oct. 10, 1886
        I'm not certain of the relationship between this Edmund Fitzgerald and the namesake of the famous freighter (who was chairman of Northwestern Insurance Co., the owner of the boat), but the 20th century Edmund had his roots in Port Huron, so there probably is one...
      I'm not certain of the relationship between this Edmund Fitzgerald and the ...
  • Detroit Evening News (Detroit, MI), Oct. 11, 1886
        *Purchased from the Edwards family. **De Rivera established at this time the first vinyards on the islands. Grapes and wine have since become a major industry of the area. Ohio State Parks concurs with the basics of this article regarding South Bass and the other islands: http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/parks/parks/lakeerie.htm. For location ...
      *Purchased from the Edwards family. **De Rivera established at this time the ...
  • Detroit Evening News (Detroit, MI), Sat., Sep. 25, 1886
        Unbelieveably, a photo appears on-line of the same board of inspectors at another inspection earlier in the same month as this one. Dig those whiskers! Click here. From left: Capt. Robert T. Bradford, Rear Admiral James E. Jouett, Commander Henry C. Taylor (captain of U.S.S. Trenton), Chief Engineer Philip ...
      Unbelieveably, a photo appears on-line of the same board of inspectors at ...
  • Detroit Evening News (Detroit, MI), Aug. 4, 1886
        It was finally decided to rebuild her, and on her first trip after the rebuild she was wrecked near Point aux Pins, Lake Erie, October 14, 1886, a permanent total loss...
      It was finally decided to rebuild her, and on her first trip ...
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