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  • Detroit News (Detroit, MI), 16 June 1943, page 1-2
        Crash Sinks British Ship 35 Aboard Rescued in St. Clair River Algonac, Mich., June 16. -- The British freighter WILLIAM BREWSTER, laden with 90,000 bushels of lend-lease wheat for England, lay on the bottom of the St. Clair River today, sunk after ...
      Crash Sinks British Ship 35 Aboard Rescued in St. Clair River Algonac, ...
  • Detroit News (Detroit, MI), October 10, 1886
        A LAKE VETERAN Capt. Grover, of Chicago, with His Half-Century Record. Chicago boasts the distinction of having for a resident the oldest living lake navigator. His name is Capt. Thomas Grover, and he began his career as a lake salt 53 years ago, when he shipped ...
      A LAKE VETERAN Capt. Grover, of Chicago, with His Half-Century Record. Chicago ...
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