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  • New Steamboat
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 10 Apr 1838, p. 2     The new Steam Boat will be launched on Saturday next, at 3 o'clock P.M...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 10 Apr 1838, p. 2   The new Steam Boat will be launched on Saturday next, at 3 ...
  • Spunk
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 20 Aug 1839, p. 3     Spunk!--The little steamboat Cincinnati has started an opposition line to the mammoth steamboat monopoly of the Lakes.-- She goes upon the motto of "Free Trade and sailor's rights."...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 20 Aug 1839, p. 3   Spunk!--The little steamboat Cincinnati has started an opposition line to the mammoth ...
  • For Sac Washington
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 17 Sep 1839, p. 3     For Sac Washington The Steamboat C. C. TROWBRIDGE, G. S. PORTER, Master, will leave Milwaukee on Thursday, at 6 A.M., wind and weather permitting. Returning, will leave Washington at 2 P.M. For freight or passage apply on board. Milwaukee, Sept. 17th, 1839...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 17 Sep 1839, p. 3   For Sac Washington The Steamboat C. C. TROWBRIDGE, G. S. PORTER, Master, ...
  • Harbor Steamboat
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 4 Jun 1839, p. 2     The Harbor Steamboat belonging to the west ward is now in "full tide of successful experiment," with a new engine, and under the command of Capt. Crawford. She touches only on the west side...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 4 Jun 1839, p. 2   The Harbor Steamboat belonging to the west ward is now in "full ...
  • Harbor Steamboat
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 16 Apr 1839, p. 3     The Harbor Steamboat is undergoing a repair to be in readiness to take passengers to and from the large Steamboats in the Bay, which are unable to pass over the bar, and also to tow wood-scows and lighters. She has a new and powerful engine sufficient to move her at ...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 16 Apr 1839, p. 3   The Harbor Steamboat is undergoing a repair to be in readiness to ...
  • Kilbourn & the "Badger"
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Jul 1839     Kilbourn & the "Badger" We ask a perusal of the following resolution from the inhabitants of this county, & especially from the citizens of this side of the river, and then we ask if such meanness, illiberality, and selfishness as characterize Mr. Kilbourn in this transaction, is ...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Jul 1839   Kilbourn & the "Badger" We ask a perusal of the following resolution ...
  • Notice
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 7 Apr 1840     Notice The Steam Boat C. C. TROWBRIDGE, Geo. S. Porter, Master, will commence running the 10th of April, and be ready at all times, night and day, through the season, to convey freight and passengers from Steam-Boats and vessels in the bay, to any part of the town. Season tickets ...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 7 Apr 1840   Notice The Steam Boat C. C. TROWBRIDGE, Geo. S. Porter, Master, will ...
  • Melancholy Accident
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 16 Jun 1840, p. 2     Melancholy Accident.-- Lewis Robbins, a deck hand on board the Harbor Steamboat C. C. Trowbridge, was killed instantly on the 12th inst., by getting caught in the engine while passing up wood. We understand that Mr. Robbins has left a wife and family in Ohio, to mourn his ...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 16 Jun 1840, p. 2   Melancholy Accident.-- Lewis Robbins, a deck hand on board the Harbor Steamboat ...
  • Accident
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 9 Jun 1840     Accident--As the steamer New England was off Southport, the lighter whose business it was to take passengers from the steamers to the shore, came with ten men and fastened to the New England and received two passengers from her, making in all twelve men and their baggage, &c.; at the ...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 9 Jun 1840   Accident--As the steamer New England was off Southport, the lighter whose business ...
  • The Steamboat Combination
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 17 Aug 1841, p. 3     The Steamboat Combination.--The existence of such a combination amongst the owners of the steamboats engaged in the Lake trade, has been a great detriment to the Western country for the last two years, and had the effect to greatly retard eastern emigration. Combinations in steamboats, ...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 17 Aug 1841, p. 3   The Steamboat Combination.--The existence of such a combination amongst the owners of ...
  • Steam Boat C. C. Trowbridge
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 6 Nov 1841     Steam Boat C. C. Trowbridge CAPT. J. SHERWOOD, Master, having been fitted up in a suitable manner for a Harbor Boat, will land freight and passengers coming up the river, at Walker's Point, Dousman & Browns, E. W. Cole & Co's, J & L. Ward's, J. L. B ean & ...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 6 Nov 1841   Steam Boat C. C. Trowbridge CAPT. J. SHERWOOD, Master, having been fitted ...
  • Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 6 Jul 1841, p. 2
        Our citizens were yesterday regaled by a pleasure excursion on our river and bay, on board our harbor boat, the TROWBRIDGE. We were not of the company, but we understand that it passed off most delightfully, and that the arrangements for the occasion were highly creditable to Messrs. Dousman & ...
      Our citizens were yesterday regaled by a pleasure excursion on our river ...
  • Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Apr 1842, p. 2
        The Steamboat Combination upon the Lakes is now broken up, and the Chesapeake took passengers down on her last trip for $10...
      The Steamboat Combination upon the Lakes is now broken up, and the ...
  • Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Nov 1842, p. 2
        The little Steamer Trowbridge is ashore at the mouth of the river. It is humiliating to reflect upon the loss of life and property at the mouth of our river, and of the negligence of Congress in not granting some aid for the protection of Commerce in Wisconsin Territory...
      The little Steamer Trowbridge is ashore at the mouth of the river. ...
  • Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Jul 1842, p. 2
        A fine buck was run down, after a chase of two miles, on Monday evening, by the steamer C. C. Trowbridge, Capt. LANE. The weather was very warm, and the animal had probably gone into the Lake to have a little fine sport in the way of swimming. He had ...
      A fine buck was run down, after a chase of two miles, ...
  • Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Jul 1842, p. 2
        A long, low, dark looking schooner, of rather a suspicious character, was seen off in the Lake a few days since, and so much anxiety was manifested by some of our inhabitants respecting her, that the steamer Trowbridge went out to pay her a visit. On board was found our ...
      A long, low, dark looking schooner, of rather a suspicious character, was ...
  • Storage, Forwarding & Commission
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Apr 1842, p. 3     Storage, Forwarding & Commission The Undersigned here recently taken the Forwarding House of Geo. D. Dousman in Milwaukie, in connection with the Steamboat C. C. Trowbridge, and have associated themselves together under the firm of W. W. Brown & Co. for the purpose of doing a ...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Apr 1842, p. 3   Storage, Forwarding & Commission The Undersigned here recently taken the Forwarding House ...
  • The Combination
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 3 Jun 1843, p. 2     The Madison, which came up yesterday, bro't cabin passengers from Buffalo for four dollars and deck passengers for one dollar. We understand, however, that the old combination has been formed, and that the old prices will be charged. [Det. Adv. The Combination.--A rumor was ...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 3 Jun 1843, p. 2   The Madison, which came up yesterday, bro't cabin passengers from Buffalo for ...
  • Propeller Hercules
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 21 Oct 1843, p. 2     The propeller Hercules, Capt. Floyd, arrived at Milwaukie on Monday morning. She had a good load of passengers, and over 100 tons of merchandize for this place. She loads down with wheat from Michigan City...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 21 Oct 1843, p. 2   The propeller Hercules, Capt. Floyd, arrived at Milwaukie on Monday morning. She ...
  • New Propeller
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 29 Jul 1843, p. 2     New Propeller.--The new steam schooner New York, built for the New York, Oswego, and Chicago line of propellers, left the Pier Monday afternoon for Chicago, crammed with passsengers and freight...
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 29 Jul 1843, p. 2   New Propeller.--The new steam schooner New York, built for the New York, ...
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