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  • Contributors: Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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  • Decade: 1900-1909
  • Decade: 1900-1909
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 18 Nov 1905
        Considerable wreckage of cabins painted green and white and other debris has been found near the Galloos. It is believed to have come from the schooner Mary.
      Considerable wreckage of cabins painted green and white and other debris has ...
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 16 Nov 1905
        "We have given up all hope; our son is dead." The pathetic statement was made last night by Captain Andrew Baird in the presence of his heart-broken wife at their home in Toronto, says the Globe. The schooner Mary, which Captain Andrew Baird., Jr., sailed, was valued at $1,500, and ...
      "We have given up all hope; our son is dead." The pathetic ...
  • Brockville on New Route
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 19 Jun 1908     Brockville on New Route Trenton, June 18.--It is stated here that Captain Christie of Deseronto has purchased the steamer Brockville, the price paid being in the vicinity of $10,000. This vessel will ply on the route on Bay of Quinte waters formerly taken by the steamer Ella Ross, ...
    Globe (Toronto, ON), 19 Jun 1908   Brockville on New Route Trenton, June 18.--It is stated here that Captain ...
  • Golspie Captain Held Responsible
    Sault Star (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 31 Jan 1907     Golspie Captain Held Responsible The inquest into the Golspie wreck was finished last night at the town hall when the coroner's jury returned a verdict holding Captain Boult, responsible for the death of Sydney Neil, who died as a result of his hands and feet being frozen, all four ...
    Sault Star (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 31 Jan 1907   Golspie Captain Held Responsible The inquest into the Golspie wreck was finished ...
  • Men were to blame
    Sault Star (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 11 Dec 1906     Men were to blame Magistrate Reed's story of Golspie Wreck Victims would not do as the Mate Ordered How the poor fellows suffered and came near losing lives after the wreck Michipicoten River, Dec. 11 1906 Editor Soo Star: Dear Sir, ...
    Sault Star (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 11 Dec 1906   Men were to blame Magistrate Reed's story of Golspie Wreck Victims would ...
  • Navigator News
    Bruce Mines Spectator, 21 Dec 1906     Navigator News Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Dec. 16- The four members of the crew of the steamer Golspie, who lost their feet as a result of exposure after the wreck and the fifth who lost his feet and hands, are getting along well at the General Hospital, where they were ...
    Bruce Mines Spectator, 21 Dec 1906   Navigator News Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Dec. 16- The four members of ...
  • Seven Dead 13 Missing In Two Wrecks
    Toledo News Bee, 9 Dec 1909     Seven Dead 13 Missing In Two Wrecks Freighter Clarion And Steamer W.C. Richardson Are Lost On Stormy Lake Erie Survivors Tell Story Suffer Bitterly In Gale And Zero Weather Following Disaster To Ship Storm and fire exact a toll of seven men and 13 missing thought to ...
    Toledo News Bee, 9 Dec 1909   Seven Dead 13 Missing In Two Wrecks Freighter Clarion And Steamer W.C. ...
  • Steamer and crew of 20 may be storm victims.
    Toledo News Bee, 8 Dec 1906     Steamer and crew of 20 may be storm victims. Detroit Mich. Dec. 8.-- Two vessels ashore and one steamer missing is the record for Lake Superior in the latest gale. While seeking shelter at Apostle Island, the big steel steamer R. L. Ireland struck on the rocks. The ...
    Toledo News Bee, 8 Dec 1906   Steamer and crew of 20 may be storm victims. Detroit Mich. Dec. ...
  • Str Monarch is Lost
    Sault Star (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 13 Dec 1906     Str Monarch is Lost The Northern Navigation Co. loses a Good Boat Was wrecked on Isle Royale Went aground Last Friday Night and pounded to pieces Passengers Saved. The steamer Monarch of the Northern Navigation Company is a total wreck on Isle Royale, about forty ...
    Sault Star (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 13 Dec 1906   Str Monarch is Lost The Northern Navigation Co. loses a Good Boat ...
  • Rosedale Was in Peril
    Evening News (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 8 Nov 1905     Rosedale Was in Peril Had An experience rare in annals of Great Lakes In last week's big storm on Lake Superior was thrown on beam ends and her cargo shifted By an exceedingly narrow margin the steamer Rosedale, of the St. Lawrence and Chicago Steamship Company line, ...
    Evening News (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 8 Nov 1905   Rosedale Was in Peril Had An experience rare in annals of Great ...
  • The Abandoned Schooner Aloha
    Sault News Record (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 5 Dec 1902     THE ABANDONED SCHOONER ALOAH First Mate Woolner of Ossifrage, Put in Charge -- Was a Lucky Find First Mate Woolner, of the Ossifrage was put in charge of the abandoned schooner Aloha, of the wrecked Herbard's fleet which the former boat picked up off Montreal Island on ...
    Sault News Record (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 5 Dec 1902   THE ABANDONED SCHOONER ALOAH First Mate Woolner of Ossifrage, Put in Charge ...
  • Car Ferry is long Overdue Feared Lost
    Toledo News Bee, 10 Dec 1909     CAR FERRY IS LONG OVERDUE FEARED LOST. Toldeoan said to have been two of the victims of the Lake craft's safety By United Press Cleveland Dec. 10 The car ferry Marquette and Bessemer, plying between Conneaut, O., and Port Stanley, Ont., is reported ...
    Toledo News Bee, 10 Dec 1909   CAR FERRY IS LONG OVERDUE FEARED LOST. Toldeoan said to have been ...
  • Two Toledoans Lost off the Richardson
    Toledo News Bee, 10 Dec 1909     Two Toledoans Lost off the Richardson United Press Buffalo, Dec. 10,-- The freight steamer William A. Paine, arrived here today, bringing the 11 survivors of the crew of the ill-fated steamer William C. Richardson. The Paine had been anchored near the scene of ...
    Toledo News Bee, 10 Dec 1909   Two Toledoans Lost off the Richardson United Press Buffalo, Dec. 10,-- The ...
  • Schooner Spademan is wrecked by ice
    Toledo News Bee, 11 Dec 1909     Schooner Spademan is wrecked by ice by United Press Put-In-Bay, Dec.11.-- The schooner Spademan was sunk off here today, being cut by the ice. She filled rapidly, but the crew escaped and arrived safely at Sandusky. The steamer Huron City arrived at ...
    Toledo News Bee, 11 Dec 1909   Schooner Spademan is wrecked by ice by United Press Put-In-Bay, Dec.11.-- The ...
  • Wreck of Monkshaven
    Evening News (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 5 Dec 1905     Wreck of Monkshaven Story of dangers hardships and hunger told by crew Had nothing to eat between Monday night and Thursday morning. The Paliki was in trouble Members of the crew of the Algoma Central steamer Monkshaven, which was stranded on Angus island near ...
    Evening News (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 5 Dec 1905   Wreck of Monkshaven Story of dangers hardships and hunger told by crew ...
  • 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 ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1905, p. 1
        Frederick Diebald, a lad of 16 years, was knocked off the tug Hattie Jordan by the towline at Escanaba on Thursday of last week and was drowned. The tug was towing a sand scow at the time.
      Frederick Diebald, a lad of 16 years, was knocked off the tug ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 24 Jun 1905
        Repairs to the gravel scow, consisting of almost a rebuilt, were completed Tuesday. On Friday the tug Hattie Jordan, Capt. Jordan, brought another scow over to be rebuilt, taking the first craft as well as a rented scow back. These carriers are used by Geo. F. Fitzpatrick, who has a ...
      Repairs to the gravel scow, consisting of almost a rebuilt, were completed ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 6 May 1905, p. 1
        The tug Hattie Jordan of Escanaba, Capt. Peter Jordan, brought a scow over to the shipyard Tuesday, where the craft is to receive some needed repairs
      The tug Hattie Jordan of Escanaba, Capt. Peter Jordan, brought a scow ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Apr 1902
        The little fish tug Hattie Jordan came in from the south Monday morning. She came from Two Rivers, where she wintered, and was bound to Gladstone, from whence she hails. The Jordan is in command of Capt. Peter Jordan. The tug was held up by ice until Tuesday morning, when ...
      The little fish tug Hattie Jordan came in from the south Monday ...
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