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  • Port Huron Times-Herald (Port Huron, MI), Fri., 29 Sep 1911, page 6
  • Port Huron Times-Herald (Port Huron, MI), Wed., 26 Jun 1912
        BOTHNIA, built as Canadian steamer JACK ...
      BOTHNIA, built as Canadian steamer JACK ...
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    Port Huron Times-Herald (Port Huron, MI), 5 Sep 1923, p. 10, c. 4     The steamer HAMONIC arrived here from Detroit, Tuesday morning and was to leave late this afternoon for Duluth and way ports. The steamer MIDLAND PRINCE left Tuesday noon for Fort William, after discharging its cargo of ore at Point Edward. The barge ERIE arrived at the Morton ...
    Port Huron Times-Herald (Port Huron, MI), 5 Sep 1923, p. 10, c. 4   The steamer HAMONIC arrived here from Detroit, Tuesday morning and was to ...
  • Port Huron Times-Herald (Port Huron, MI), Fri., 13 Dec 1968, page 1-2
        Crewman Tells Fury Of Blast Explosion On Tug Claims One Life By Hal Bush (Times Herald River Correspondent) Harsens Island - "I was blown right out the steel door of the pilot house, and everything was on fire." This is how Herman (Jake) ...
      Crewman Tells Fury Of Blast Explosion On Tug Claims One Life By ...
  • Port Huron Times-Herald (Port Huron, MI), Dec 1968
        Board Of Inquiry Convenes In Tug Blast Fatal To One St. Clair (UPI) - A marine inspection team from the Coast Guard assisted Army Engineers Friday in the investigation of a tug boat explosion that killed one crewman and injured three others. The Army Engineers convened a ...
      Board Of Inquiry Convenes In Tug Blast Fatal To One St. Clair ...
  • Port Huron Times-Herald (Port Huron, MI), Thurs., 12 Dec 1968, page 1
        One Dead, Three Hurt In Tug Explosion, Fire Algonac - One civilian employe of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was killed, and three other men were burned, when the 45-foot tug ANCHOR BAY, owned and operated by the U.S. Army corps of Engineers, exploded and burned at 9:45 a.m. ...
      One Dead, Three Hurt In Tug Explosion, Fire Algonac - One civilian ...
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