Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Comet (Propeller), aground, 1 Jun 1865
        Reason: aground Lives: nil Freight: merchandise Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Lives: nil Freight: merchandise Remarks: Got off ...
  • E. M. Portch (Schooner), U8300, waterlogged, 1 Aug 1871
        Reason: waterlogged Lives: nil Freight: lumber Remarks: Recovered ...
      Reason: waterlogged Lives: nil Freight: lumber Remarks: Recovered ...
  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 May 1896
        Our Inland Marine. The Washington Island tug Liberty was in port several days the first of the week, during which time her engineer, Chas. Allen made some needed repairs to the engine, the crank pin of which ran hot at times. She was also given a new siphon. The Liberty ...
      Our Inland Marine. The Washington Island tug Liberty was in port several ...
  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Feb 1897
        Winter Marine Notes. Captain Thomas Guinen, of Washington Harbor, transferred to William E. Furlong of Milwaukee, the tug Liberty and an outfit of twenty-five boxes of floats and lead fishing nets for $1,500. The Liberty is wintering at the bay entrance to the ship canal. It ...
      Winter Marine Notes. Captain Thomas Guinen, of Washington Harbor, transferred to William ...
  • Pride (Schooner), U19770, aground, 21 Nov 1901
        Reason: aground Lives: nil Freight: potatoes Remarks: Total loss ...
      Reason: aground Lives: nil Freight: potatoes Remarks: Total loss ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 11 Nov 1905, p. 3
        Messrs. Audry and Arthur Cornell arrived on the tug Hattie Jordan Sunday and spent part of the day visiting their home at Washington Harbor. The former is engaged on the tug and the latter is working in an axe handle factory at Gladstone. The tug Welcome, owned by J. C. ...
      Messrs. Audry and Arthur Cornell arrived on the tug Hattie Jordan Sunday ...
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    Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 Nov 1913, p. 1, column 3     J. B. Bates of Chicago, a representative of the Soper Lumber Co., owners of the barge Halsted, which was cast up on the beach at Washington Harbor during the big blow, arrived here Friday evening. Saturday morning, accompanied by Capt. Rieboldt, of the firm of Rieboldt & Wolter, and Leathem ...
    Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 Nov 1913, p. 1, column 3   J. B. Bates of Chicago, a representative of the Soper Lumber Co., ...
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