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  • Oswego Daily Times, 21 Nov 1876
        A schooner, which arrived at Kingston Saturday, took into port a boom with a sail attached picked up near the Ducks, supposed to have belong to the lost schooner Maggie Hunter.
      A schooner, which arrived at Kingston Saturday, took into port a boom ...
  • Oswego Daily Times, 12 Oct 1876
        Ed. Mattoon, who went down the lake this morning to examine the fragments of the wreck, reported to have been found by a farmer, returned before noon and reports the he saw what appeared to be the upper part of a vessel's cabin, broken in pieces, and strewn upon the ...
      Ed. Mattoon, who went down the lake this morning to examine the ...
  • The Boy Mate: Schooner Days IX (9)
    C. H. J. Snider, Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 28 Mar 1931     Schooner Days IX (9) The Boy Mate By C.H.J. Snider The late Magistrate J.J. O'Connor, of Port Arthur, continuing his lake-going experiences, tells of something that made him very, very angry in the good ship Wood Duck. <p ...
    C. H. J. Snider, Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 28 Mar 1931   Schooner Days IX (9) The Boy Mate By C.H.J. Snider The late ...
  • John Clark Cooley
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 8 Sep 1903     OBITUARY John Clark Cooley. Owing to the lateness of the hour of the death of John Clark Cooley Saturday afternoon, it was impossible for the Palladium to give more than the briefest notice of his death. Mr. Cooley was born in this city eighty-four ...
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 8 Sep 1903   OBITUARY John Clark Cooley. Owing to the lateness of the hour of ...
  • Gale on the Lake
    Rochester Union & Advertiser (Rochester, NY), 9 Aug 1866     GALE ON THE LAKE-- VESSEL WRECKED-- CREW RESCUED The storm which commenced last night is now raging on Lake Ontario. The wind is from the north east, and blows steadily throwing very heavy seas upon the beach and piers. Vessels which are out are glad to make a harbor of ...
    Rochester Union & Advertiser (Rochester, NY), 9 Aug 1866   GALE ON THE LAKE-- VESSEL WRECKED-- CREW RESCUED The storm which commenced ...
  • The Schooner Hastings
    Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), 6 Dec 1867     The Schooner Hastings. - For the past two or three days we have been forborne allusion to the case of the Hastings, Captain Chalmer's vessel, being extremely unwilling to increase the anxiety of those whose friends made up her crew, and furthermore, hoping to hear of her safety. A week ...
    Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), 6 Dec 1867   The Schooner Hastings. - For the past two or three days we ...
  • Silas Davis
    Oswego Daily Times, 8 Jan 1891     Silas Davis A casual notice of the ready of this old and for many years a prominent citizen of Oswego, at his home in Chaumont, Jefferson county, on the 13th ult., appeared in our paper at the time, but it is not proper that one so well known and who ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 8 Jan 1891   Silas Davis A casual notice of the ready of this old and ...
  • The Loss of the Schooner Lochiel
    Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), 19 Sep 1865     The Loss of the Schooner Lochiel. - We have obtained more particulars to the loss of the schr. Lochial, a notice of which appeared in our telegraph report yesterday P.M. The Lochiel, Capt. Scot, sailed from Hamilton on the 16th inst., for this port, with 9,312 bushels of wheat, ...
    Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), 19 Sep 1865   The Loss of the Schooner Lochiel. - We have obtained more particulars ...
  • Oswego
    Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), 12 Aug 1851     Oswego. - We paid a flying visit yesterday to Oswego, and were gratified to find so manny evidences of its prosperity on every hand. The present population is about 14,000, who are chiefly employed in the navigation of the lakes and canals, in the manufacture of flour and in the ...
    Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), 12 Aug 1851   Oswego. - We paid a flying visit yesterday to Oswego, and were ...
  • Wayne Brewster, 91, Recalls Life as Sailor on Schooners 
in Bustling Trade on the Lakes
    Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 12 Jun 1940     Wayne Brewster, 91, Recalls Life as Sailor on Schooners in Bustling Trade on the Lakes CAPE VINCENT - Sailing as a crew member upon the schooners that plied from Lake Ontario to Chicago in the busy years of inland water traffic following the Civil War, Wayne B. ...
    Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 12 Jun 1940   Wayne Brewster, 91, Recalls Life as Sailor on Schooners in Bustling Trade ...
  • Several Vessels New to Oswego Harbor Due in Next Few Weeks
    Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 7 Aug 1962     Several Vessels New to Oswego Harbor Due in Next Few Weeks With eight ships already listed on the harbor chart board at the Port of Oswego Authority, action in the local harbor appears on a big upswing during the next month and a half. Undoubtedly more ships will be scheduled ...
    Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 7 Aug 1962   Several Vessels New to Oswego Harbor Due in Next Few Weeks With ...
  • Our Harbor
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 18 Aug 1865     Our Harbor The gales of last winter made sad havoc with the water defenses of our harbor. The "East Pier" was almost bodily carried away by the gales of early winter, while the "West Pier" was greatly damaged in many places. These interested in the commerce of Oswego will be ...
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 18 Aug 1865   Our Harbor The gales of last winter made sad havoc with the ...
  • Fire-- Narrow Escape of the Propeller Prairie State
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 21 Jun 1865     Fire-- Narrow Escape of the Propeller Prairie State. This morning at about nine o'clock, as the propeller Prairie State, Capt. Knapp of the Northern Transportation Company, bound for the West, was just springing from her dock in this city, the steerage passenger cabin was discovered to ...
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 21 Jun 1865   Fire-- Narrow Escape of the Propeller Prairie State. This morning at about ...
  • Northern Transportation Company
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 16 Jun 1865     Northern Transportation Company.-- This well known line of Propellers, which is advertised in another column, is running daily both up and down the lake, stopping at this point and carrying both freight and passengers. Under the guidance of their gentlemanly and obliging passenger agent ...
    Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 16 Jun 1865   Northern Transportation Company.-- This well known line of Propellers, which is advertised ...
  • Northern Transportation
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 13 Apr 1865     Northern Transportation-- This company is as closely identified with the prosperity of Oswego as any business or branch of business in the country. It is in fact a part of us, and we should get on poorly indeed were it to be taken away. Consequently it deserves mention at our ...
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 13 Apr 1865   Northern Transportation-- This company is as closely identified with the prosperity of ...
  • Boat Building – Kitts & Chandler's Yard
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 29 Mar 1865     Boat Building - Kitts & Chandler's Yard Wherever building or improvements are in progress, the journalist finds a ready field for his pen. When the engine has performed its labor, when the hammer and the saw have been thrown aside, and the paint has dried upon the hulk of a ...
    Oswego Commercial Advertiser, 29 Mar 1865   Boat Building - Kitts & Chandler's Yard Wherever building or improvements are ...
  • Lashed by the Storm
        Lashed By The Storm Wreck of the Richardson on the West Pier Yesterday Morning - Vessel and Cargo a Total Loss - No Lives Lost The schooner Richardson left Kingston Tuesday evening with a cargo of 1,190 bushels of barley, consigned to Messrs. Failing & ...
      Lashed By The Storm Wreck of the Richardson on the West Pier ...
  • Marine Disaster
    Oswego Daily Times, 23 Jun 1852     Marine Disaster. - Capt. Cochran, of the schooner Pearl, who arrived here yesterday, reports that he boarded a vessel capsized, floating on her beam ends, at about 7 o'clock yesterday morning, some eight miles from shore, off Pultneyville, which he found to be the schooner Anawan, with no one to ...
    Oswego Daily Times, 23 Jun 1852   Marine Disaster. - Capt. Cochran, of the schooner Pearl, who arrived here ...
  • Seamen's Union
    Oswego Morning Herald (Oswego, NY), 10 Mar 1879     Seamen's Union The Seamen's Union at this port promises to be a strong organization. Last Saturday over 100 men who plow the blue waters of the lakes, enrolled themselves at the Reciprocity House. The initiation fee is two dollars per man, but by a provision of the by-laws a member ...
    Oswego Morning Herald (Oswego, NY), 10 Mar 1879   Seamen's Union The Seamen's Union at this port promises to be a ...
  • Oswego Morning Herald (Oswego, NY), 30 Jul 1879
        At a special meeting of the Seamen's Union, held at their hall yesterday afternoon, it was resolved, that in view of the advance in freight rates, that sailors' wages be, until further notice, $1.25 per day.
      At a special meeting of the Seamen's Union, held at their hall ...
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