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  • Port Huron Times (Port Huron, MI), July 11, 1902
        The catamarans which have been built by the Jenks Ship Building Co. for the lake survey will be floated down the Black River on Monday next. ...
      The catamarans which have been built by the Jenks Ship Building Co. ...
  • Port Huron Times (Port Huron, MI), June 10, 1902
        Three of the steel pontoons built for the Lake Survey by the Jenks Ship Building Co. have been launched and it is expected that the remaining four will go into the water some time next week. When the pontoons are fastened together they will be taken in the St. Clair ...
      Three of the steel pontoons built for the Lake Survey by the ...
  • Port Huron Times (Port Huron, MI), May 16, 1902
        The Jenks Ship Building Co. is building for the US Lake Survey seven catamarans, each 40 feet in width. Each catamaran has two large steel cylinders 30 feet long and 40 inches in diameter. When completed, all will be fastened together and the entire width will be 280 feet. They ...
      The Jenks Ship Building Co. is building for the US Lake Survey ...
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