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  • Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin (Milwaukee, WI), July 14, 1897
        The Government dredge FRONTENAC working at Sackett's harbor recently brought up a cannon of ancient design, five feet long, 20 inch butt, and 16 inch muzzle, with nine inch bore. It is reinforced with iron bands and weighed 1,500 pounds. It is believed to be a relic of the war ...
      The Government dredge FRONTENAC working at Sackett's harbor recently brought up a ...
  • Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin (Milwaukee, WI), Saturday, May 26, 1900
        CAPE VINCENT HARBOR OF REFUGE. Buffalo, N. Y., May 26. - The Donnelly Construction company has just reached Cape Vincent with a tug, dredge and outfit for the work of providing a harbor of refuge at the head of the St. Lawrence. The plan is to dredge a line for ...
      CAPE VINCENT HARBOR OF REFUGE. Buffalo, N. Y., May 26. - The ...
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