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  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 23 May 1820, p. 3, column 2
        We are requested to state, that a vessel called the "Maria, of Cuyahoga," was driven ashore on the 5th inst. at Rose's Point, above Fort Erie. She is considerably injured, and her masts, rudder, &c. lost. Buffalo Journal
      We are requested to state, that a vessel called the "Maria, of ...
  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 9 May 1820, p. 3, column 1
        The steam-boat, Walk-ln-the-Water. Capt. Rogers, arrived at this port on Sunday last, from Buffalo, being her first trip of this season. She left that place about 9 o'clock on Saturday morning last, and arrived here the next day at 2 o'clock PM. This is the shortest passage, we believe, she ...
      The steam-boat, Walk-ln-the-Water. Capt. Rogers, arrived at this port on Sunday last, ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 17 Sep 1908
        Port of Manitowoc. The steamer Georgia, Capt. Baldwin, did not go through to Chicago on her trip south Saturday, but instead she went from Milwaukee to Muskegon. This was done to help out the other boats in the fruit trade.
      Port of Manitowoc. The steamer Georgia, Capt. Baldwin, did not go through ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 17 Sep 1908
        Port of Manitowoc. The remainder of the stone on the barge Carpenter was taken off Sunday. It was discharged at the south breakwater. The stone taken out of the piers by the Great Lakes dredge is also used in the new construction work.
      Port of Manitowoc. The remainder of the stone on the barge Carpenter ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 17 Sep 1908
        Port of Manitowoc. Thos. Greiling left here Sunday evening on the tug Boutin to look after the towing of his dredging outfit (unsure) to the Soo. The dredge will be employed on St. Marys river for the next two years at least.
      Port of Manitowoc. Thos. Greiling left here Sunday evening on the tug ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 17 Sep 1908
        Port of Manitowoc. The purchase of the tug L. Birckhead, of Toledo, by the Greiling Bros. Dredge & Dock Co., gives this company one of the best outfits on the Lakes. The Birckhead is in excellent condition, having been rebuilt only a short time ago. She has an 18 x ...
      Port of Manitowoc. The purchase of the tug L. Birckhead, of Toledo, ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        General Marine News. The former Goodrich steamer Georgia sailed from Manitowoc at midnight Sunday, when she went into the hands of the Crosby Transportation company on the line between Muskegon and Milwaukee.
      General Marine News. The former Goodrich steamer Georgia sailed from Manitowoc at ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        General Marine News. The government tug Manitowoc lay in port Friday returning from Menominee and awaiting here for the stone barge Rip Rap to be loaded at the Sturgeon Bay Stone company quarry. The tug and barge left for Manistee.
      General Marine News. The government tug Manitowoc lay in port Friday returning ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        General Marine News. The tug Brogan of Green Bay recently sold to eastern parties, lay at the Hart dock Saturday. The Brogan is bound for Buffalo and is making the trip in easy stages, having only a day crew aboard.
      General Marine News. The tug Brogan of Green Bay recently sold to ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        General Marine News. The auxiliary schooner Oscar Newton of Manitowoc, Capt. Williamson, has been chartered to carry salt along the west shore ports of Lake Michigan this summer by the Morton Salt company of Milwaukee.
      General Marine News. The auxiliary schooner Oscar Newton of Manitowoc, Capt. Williamson, ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        General Marine News. The tug Search and lighter Advance left during the weke (sic) for Summer Island after a couple of boilers from the steamer Hand which burned there a couple of years ago. Boilers from the wreckage of the steamer Louisiana at Washington Island are aso (sic) to be ...
      General Marine News. The tug Search and lighter Advance left during the ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        General Marine News. The tug Manitowoc was at Green Bay during the week after a scow and derrick which was built at Kaukauna during the winter. There was so much work at the Kewaunee yard that the job was taken to Keukauna where the government maintains a yard for its ...
      General Marine News. The tug Manitowoc was at Green Bay during the ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        General Marine News. Work on Peshtigo light vessel No. 77 was completed at the Universal yard this week and she was taken to her station by the Hyacinth. Captain Thomas Green is in charge of the ship with O. Anderson mate, Reinhart Larson machinist, Harold Larson cook and Clarence Tweedale ...
      General Marine News. Work on Peshtigo light vessel No. 77 was completed ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Apr 1920
        Menomonie Marine. On its return trip to the harbor on Wednesday afternoon from the Menekaune bar the Larson dredge Dormer No. 2 broke the rudder post when the boat, which was loaded to capacity, grounded on the bar. Ernest Angwall, master of the dredge, was at the wheel when the ...
      Menomonie Marine. On its return trip to the harbor on Wednesday afternoon ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        Twin City Marine. The auxiliary schooner H.J. Davis returned Monday night from the port of Garden Bay, bringing in a cargo of potatoes. The boat docked at the Carpenter-Cook company of Menominee, where the load was placed on cars. Walter Goodlet is master of the schooner this year, heaving taken ...
      Twin City Marine. The auxiliary schooner H.J. Davis returned Monday night from ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        General Marine News. The U. S. light vessel Relief went thru here Tuesday morning bound for Eleven-Foot Shoal. The Relief is a steel boat.
      General Marine News. The U. S. light vessel Relief went thru here ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        General Marine News. Mrs. Harvey C. Beeson, publisher of Beeson's Marine directory, was in the city during the week soliciting advertising for the 1921 volume.
      General Marine News. Mrs. Harvey C. Beeson, publisher of Beeson's Marine directory, ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        Twin City Marine. Walter Berglund, owner of the two masted schooner, Cora, formerly owned by John Locklund, left the docks of the Sawyer Goodman company this morning for Green Bay, where a gasoline engine will be added to it. The boat left under its own sail. As soon as the ...
      Twin City Marine. Walter Berglund, owner of the two masted schooner, Cora, ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 5 Jul 1920
        General Marine News. The government tender Hyacinth was in port Tuesday setting out gas bouys (sic).
      General Marine News. The government tender Hyacinth was in port Tuesday setting ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Apr 1920
        Menomonie Marine. Walter Berglund, owner of the schooner Cora, had his boat towed thru the draw bridge Tuesday morning to the dock of the Sawyer Goodman company where it was made fast to await the clearing of the weather before continuing to Green Bay where an engine will be installed. ...
      Menomonie Marine. Walter Berglund, owner of the schooner Cora, had his boat ...
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