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  • Saginaw Courier (Saginaw, MI), 2 Jul 1871
        BARGES! THEIR INCEPTION A HISTORY OF THE INCEPTION OF THE BARGE ENTERPRISE -- THE SULTANA AND EMPIRE AS PIONEERS -- THE PROGRESS AND GROWTH OF THE ENTERPRISE Previous to the year 1862, a great deal of difficulty had been experienced by the ...
      BARGES! THEIR INCEPTION A HISTORY OF THE INCEPTION OF THE BARGE ENTERPRISE ...
  • Saginaw Courier (Saginaw, MI), Fri., 31 Oct, 1873
        STEAMER BURNED Loss by Fire of the Steamer Katy Reid - Loss and Insurance From the Bay City Tribune of last evening we learn that the steamer Katy Reid, owned by Geo. Campbell of Bay City , and engaged in transferring logs from the shore to the ...
      STEAMER BURNED Loss by Fire of the Steamer Katy Reid - Loss ...
  • Saginaw Courier (Saginaw, MI), Sun., Aug. 30, 1874
        The small sidewheeler WAVE (US#26645) out of Bay City was a river steamer of 122 tons, and was probably normally used as a boom tug. This was the end of her. The Charity Islands are in the mouth of Saginaw Bay, centered between Pt. Lookout and Caseville. I used to ...
      The small sidewheeler WAVE (US#26645) out of Bay City was a river ...
  • Saginaw Courier (Saginaw, MI), 2 Dec, 1874
        LA PETITE (US#15100) was actually built at Huron in 1866 and was thoroughly rebuilt in 1871 after a wreck. She was also recovered from THIS disastrous incident, and sailed until September of 1903, when she foundered off Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin...
      LA PETITE (US#15100) was actually built at Huron in 1866 and was ...
  • Saginaw Courier (Saginaw, MI), October 18, 1877
        The boat was US#18089, 310.19 gt and was built in Toledo in 1863. She's often named in the press NETTIE or NETT WEAVER, but NETTA is her registered name...
      The boat was US#18089, 310.19 gt and was built in Toledo in ...
  • Saginaw Courier (Saginaw, MI), Sat., 16 Oct., 1886
        HER LAST TRIP The Steamer L. G. Mason of the Saginaw River Line Destroyed by Fire The steamer L. G. Mason was destroyed by fire at Bay City at an early hour yesterday morning. She made her regular trips on Thursday, and on reaching Bay City on the last ...
      HER LAST TRIP The Steamer L. G. Mason of the Saginaw River ...
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