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  • St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), September 28, 1878, page 3
        Column 1 The schooner "Mary", is most likely the boat that went down on Sept. 10, 1878, about 25 miles out of Chicago - according to the Great Lake Shipwreck file. Perhaps she washed ashore near New Buffalo, Berrien County, Michigan?...
      Column 1 The schooner "Mary", is most likely the boat that went ...
  • St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Saturday, 9 December 1882
        "The steam barge R. G. Peters, which lay in this port and near Brown's ice-house, on the canal, a portion of last week, and left last Friday with the barge A. W. Luckey in tow, for Manistee, took fire and was burned some twenty-five miles off Milwaukee about 2 o'clock ...
      "The steam barge R. G. Peters, which lay in this port and ...
  • St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), 19 August 1882
        A correspondent of the Inter Ocean, writing from Frankfort, Mich., under date of Aug. 10th, says: The first vessel that ever loaded on the Atlantic seaboard for the great lakes was the schooner Thomas Bradley in 1856. Captain Nathaniel Robbins, at present Superintendent of the ...
      A correspondent of the Inter Ocean, writing from Frankfort, Mich., under date ...
  • St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Saturday, 15 April 1882
        The Milwaukee Sentinel says: "The propeller Michigan, Capt. Prindeville, arrived Friday from Grand Haven. Captain Prindeville says in regard to the accident to the propeller G. J. Truesdell, mentioned in the Sentinel's dispatches from Grand Haven, Friday, that he sighted the Truesdell when ...
      The Milwaukee Sentinel says: "The propeller Michigan, Capt. Prindeville, arrived Friday from ...
  • St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Saturday, 10 June 1882
        The schooner Fortune Trial, which was in this port during the late blow, was struck by a squall some eighteen miles north of South Haven Thursday, and capsized. Her captain and a seaman were saved by a passing steam barge. ...
      The schooner Fortune Trial, which was in this port during the late ...
  • St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), 17 June 1882
        A description of the Graham & Morton Transportation Company's new steamer Lora, which is now receiving her first cargo of freight for Chicago, will be interesting to many of our readers. This fine propeller was built -- at a cost, complete, of about $60,000 -- expressly for the passenger ...
      A description of the Graham & Morton Transportation Company's new steamer Lora, ...
  • St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Sat., 16 June 1883
        Completed. The well-known Graham & Morton Transportation Company have their line of new boats completed, and in active service, their last steamer commencing her regular trips last week. The Company deserve much commendation for placing two such magnificent boats as the ...
      Completed. The well-known Graham & Morton Transportation Company have their line of ...
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