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  • Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 23 Aug 1854
        The schooner W.S. Malcolm, Capt. Barck which we noticed yesterday as being waterlogged on the lake, was towed into port last evening by the tug Robert Reed. When the tug found the Malcolm, she was a sort distance this side of Big Sodus, about ten rods from shore, drawing twelve ...
      The schooner W.S. Malcolm, Capt. Barck which we noticed yesterday as being ...
  • The Wreck of the Ottawa and the Crusader
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 8 Oct 1864     The Wreck of the Ottawa and the Crusader- On Monday last a telegram reached this city announcing that the schooner Ottawa, owned by Card & Page of this place, laden with coal and bound for Toronto was aground and water-logged, two miles west of Whitby, on the Canada shore. The ...
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 8 Oct 1864   The Wreck of the Ottawa and the Crusader- On Monday last a ...
  • Northern Transportation
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 13 Apr 1865     Northern Transportation-- This company is as closely identified with the prosperity of Oswego as any business or branch of business in the country. It is in fact a part of us, and we should get on poorly indeed were it to be taken away. Consequently it deserves mention at our ...
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 13 Apr 1865   Northern Transportation-- This company is as closely identified with the prosperity of ...
  • Boat Building – Kitts & Chandler's Yard
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 29 Mar 1865     Boat Building - Kitts & Chandler's Yard Wherever building or improvements are in progress, the journalist finds a ready field for his pen. When the engine has performed its labor, when the hammer and the saw have been thrown aside, and the paint has dried upon the hulk of a ...
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 29 Mar 1865   Boat Building - Kitts & Chandler's Yard Wherever building or improvements are ...
  • The Tornado on a Cruise
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 29 Mar 1865     The Tornado on a Cruise. Our citizen will remember the wreck, last fall of the schooner J.S. Harvey, loaded with grain, and also that the canal boats taken out to bring in her cargo, were also stranded in the vicinity of Texas and Port Ontario. This morning the Tornado was ...
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 29 Mar 1865   The Tornado on a Cruise. Our citizen will remember the wreck, last ...
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