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  • Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., May 12, 1819
    Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., May 12, 1819
    textnewspaper       Buffalo, April 4.The Steam Boat Walk-in-the-Water, started on Friday last for Detroit, with one hundred and fifty-six passengers. In overhauling the Machinery some defects were remedied, and the improvements and those of lessening the diameter of the Water Wheel, which by the same power is ...
    textnewspaper     Buffalo, April 4.The Steam Boat Walk-in-the-Water, started on Friday last for Detroit, with one hundred and fifty-six passengers. In overhauling the Machinery some defects were remedied, and the improvements and ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Voyage on the Lakes
    Voyage on the Lakes
    textnewspaper  "Voyage on the Lakes," Lyons Republican (Lyons, NY), 28 Jun 1820     Voyage on the lakesExtract of a letter from Capt. J. Rodgers, of the steam boat Walk-in-the-Water, dated Black Rock 29th ult."I arrived at this place from Mackinaw on the morning of the 27th inst., after a most delightful passage up and down , of 17 days, including four days we ...
    textnewspaper  "Voyage on the Lakes," Lyons Republican (Lyons, NY), 28 Jun 1820   Voyage on the lakesExtract of a letter from Capt. J. Rodgers, of the steam boat Walk-in-the-Water, dated Black Rock 29th ult."I arrived at this place from Mackinaw on the morning ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • First arrival of a Canal Boat at Buffalo
    First arrival of a Canal Boat at Buffalo
    textnewspaper  "First arrival of a Canal Boat at Buffalo," Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 6 Sep 1825     First arrival of a Canal Boat at Buffalo. - On Thursday morning, the Canal boat Superior, Capt. Sloan, arrived in this village from the east. She stayed but a short time. Our citizens generally were not aware of the fact that this section of the canal between this and Black ...
    textnewspaper  "First arrival of a Canal Boat at Buffalo," Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 6 Sep 1825   First arrival of a Canal Boat at Buffalo. - On Thursday morning, the Canal boat Superior, Capt. Sloan, arrived in this village from the east. She stayed but a short ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • The Race of Three Oswego Schooners
    The Race of Three Oswego Schooners
    textnewspaper  "The Race of Three Oswego Schooners," Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 20 Sep 1880     A letter from a well known Oswego vessel master to Commodore Thomas Crimmins of the Oswego tug fleet, dated Buffalo Sept. 16 says: "I thought I would drop you a few lines and inform you of the race that is now to come off between the schooners Bolivia, Leadville and ...
    textnewspaper  "The Race of Three Oswego Schooners," Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 20 Sep 1880   A letter from a well known Oswego vessel master to Commodore Thomas Crimmins of the Oswego tug fleet, dated Buffalo Sept. 16 says: "I thought I would drop you a ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • The New Schooner Daniel G. Fort - A Model Vessel
    The New Schooner Daniel G. Fort - A Model Vessel
    newspapertext  "The New Schooner Daniel G. Fort - A Model Vessel," Oswego AdvertiserTimes (Oswego, NY), 7 Jun 1869     *Dimensions - 137' x 26'3" x 12' (US 6627). Wrecked at Oswego,Nov. 27, 1894.
    newspapertext  "The New Schooner Daniel G. Fort - A Model Vessel," Oswego AdvertiserTimes (Oswego, NY), 7 Jun 1869   *Dimensions - 137' x 26'3" x 12' (US 6627). Wrecked at Oswego,Nov. 27, 1894.
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Cholera
    Cholera
    textnewspaper  "Cholera," Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 1 Aug 1832     BUFFALO - The cholera is still prevailing in this city. The whole number of cases is 41 and deaths 14. Two of the latter, were colored persons. The disease is evidently on the increase; and all business is at a standstill.Among the Indians on the reservation, the number of deaths ...
    textnewspaper  "Cholera," Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 1 Aug 1832   BUFFALO - The cholera is still prevailing in this city. The whole number of cases is 41 and deaths 14. Two of the latter, were colored persons. The disease is ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Buffalo Daily Republic (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, June 19, 1849
    Buffalo Daily Republic (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, June 19, 1849
    textnewspaper  Buffalo Daily Republic (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, June 19, 1849,     DISASTER. ---The Oswego Times says a severe thunder storm passed over that city on Friday noon, and the schooner PRINCESS ROYAL, lying wind bound off the mouth of the river, was dismasted. The steamer LADY OF THE LAKE went out and towed the disabled vessel into port....
    textnewspaper  Buffalo Daily Republic (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, June 19, 1849,   DISASTER. ---The Oswego Times says a severe thunder storm passed over that city on Friday noon, and the schooner PRINCESS ROYAL, lying wind bound off the mouth of the river, ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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