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  • The McDougall Whaleback Steel Vessel
    Scientific American (New York), 4 Jul 1891, 1-2     THE McDOUGALL WHALEBACK STEEL VESSEL. The old ballad commencing "In the North Sea Lived a Whale" has its use now in a facetious adaptation of this line to the needs of a souvenir issued by the people of Superior, Wis., in commemoration of the launching of the first two ...
    Scientific American (New York), 4 Jul 1891, 1-2   THE McDOUGALL WHALEBACK STEEL VESSEL. The old ballad commencing "In the North ...
  • Accident to the Revenue Cutter "Gresham"
    Scientific American (New York), 10 Jul 1898     ACCIDENT TO THE REVENUE CUTTER "GRESHAM." On April 26 the United States revenue cutter " Gresham " stopped at Ogdensburg, N. Y., on her way from the upper lakes to the scene of naval activity. The "Gresham" is 205 feet in length and draws about 12 feet of water. She ...
    Scientific American (New York), 10 Jul 1898   ACCIDENT TO THE REVENUE CUTTER "GRESHAM." On April 26 the United States ...
  • Accident to the Revenue Cutter "Gresham
    Scientific American (New York), 10 Jul 1898     ACCIDENT TO THE REVENUE CUTTER "GRESHAM." On April 26 the United States revenue cutter " Gresham " stopped at Ogdensburg, N. Y., on her way from the upper lakes to the scene of naval activity. The "Gresham" is 205 feet in length and draws about 12 feet of water. She ...
    Scientific American (New York), 10 Jul 1898   ACCIDENT TO THE REVENUE CUTTER "GRESHAM." On April 26 the United States ...
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