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  • Disasters
    Disasters
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 30 Sep 1871, p. 3, column 3     Disasters

    The bark Waverly is reported ashore at Cleveland, and breaking up.

    Capt. W. O. Harrison, commander of the schooner C. H. Hurd, recently lost on Lake Michigan, desires us to state that his heart is full of gratitude to the inhabitants of the Manitous for the kind ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 30 Sep 1871, p. 3, column 3   Disasters

    The bark Waverly is reported ashore at Cleveland, and breaking up.

    Capt. W. O. Harrison, commander of the schooner C. H. Hurd, recently lost on Lake Michigan, desires us ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Particulars of the Mercury Disaster
    Particulars of the Mercury Disaster
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 25 Nov 1879, p. 8, column 1     PARTICULARS OF THE MERCURY DISASTER.

    Special Dispatch to The Detroit Post and Tribune

    PENTWATER, Nov. 21.--Tuesday noon the schooner Mercury, Captain L. H. Sterling, loaded with lumber, cleared from Ludington for Chicago with a light wind and fair weather. At ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 25 Nov 1879, p. 8, column 1   PARTICULARS OF THE MERCURY DISASTER.

    Special Dispatch to The Detroit Post and Tribune

    PENTWATER, Nov. 21.--Tuesday noon the schooner Mercury, Captain L. H. Sterling, loaded with lumber, cleared from ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Bad Luck
    Bad Luck
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 7 May 1869, p. 3     BAD LUCK.-The propeller Lady Franklin, on her last trip to Green Bay, damaged one of her wheels which detained her in dry-dock for a few hours. This is the second damage to her wheels within a few weeks. She departed Wednesday evening for Green Bay City....
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 7 May 1869, p. 3   BAD LUCK.-The propeller Lady Franklin, on her last trip to Green Bay, damaged one of her wheels which detained her in dry-dock for a few hours. This is the second ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • The Philadelphia Disabled
    The Philadelphia Disabled
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 3 Jul 1874, p. 7     The Philadelphia Disabled -- Is She Overloaded?

    The propeller Philadelphia, which left port on Wednesday afternoon for below, with the schooner-barge Schuylkill in tow, broke her crank-pin when just this side of Waukegan, and became totally disabled. The Schuylkill took her in tow, ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 3 Jul 1874, p. 7   The Philadelphia Disabled -- Is She Overloaded?

    The propeller Philadelphia, which left port on Wednesday afternoon for below, with the schooner-barge Schuylkill in tow, broke her crank-pin when just this ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Launches
    Launches
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 6 May 1874, p. 7     Launches ________ More New Tonnage for the Lakes

    A new vessel called the Lewis Ross was launched a day or two since at Port Burwell. She is of full canal size; or about 253 tons burden and well got up. She is owned by Suffel & Smith, who have already ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 6 May 1874, p. 7   Launches ________ More New Tonnage for the Lakes

    A new vessel called the Lewis Ross was launched a day or two since at Port Burwell. She is of full canal ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Blown to Atoms
    Blown to Atoms
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 15 May 1874     BLOWN TO ATOMS. _______ The Tug Tawas Explodes Her Boiler While at Sea with a Tow. _______ The Captain and Four of Her Own Crew and the Mate of the Bark Zack Chandler Killed and Others Wounded -- The Boat a Wreck. ______

    Yesterday morning intelligence ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 15 May 1874   BLOWN TO ATOMS. _______ The Tug Tawas Explodes Her Boiler While at Sea with a Tow. _______ The Captain and Four of Her Own Crew and the Mate of the ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • The Sonsmith Ashore in Heavy Sea.
    The Sonsmith Ashore in Heavy Sea.
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 6 Nov 1900, p. 12, column 3     The Sonsmith Ashore in Heavy Sea.

    ASHTABULA, Ohio, Nov. 5.--While attempting to enter port this afternoon in the heavy sea, the schooner Rosa Sonsmith parted her towline to the tug and drifted ashore about 300 feet from the piers. The crew were taken off the stranded boat by the ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 6 Nov 1900, p. 12, column 3   The Sonsmith Ashore in Heavy Sea.

    ASHTABULA, Ohio, Nov. 5.--While attempting to enter port this afternoon in the heavy sea, the schooner Rosa Sonsmith parted her towline to the tug ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • The Miztec and Galatea
    The Miztec and Galatea
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 2 May 1890, p. 5     THE MIZTEC AND GALATEA.

    MINERVILLE, May 1.--The barges Miztec and Galatea, consorts of the steam barge Aztec, which were driven ashore here yesterday afternoon, are lying easy on a sandy bottom and can be cleared without much trouble if taken off before a sandbar forms outside of ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 2 May 1890, p. 5   THE MIZTEC AND GALATEA.

    MINERVILLE, May 1.--The barges Miztec and Galatea, consorts of the steam barge Aztec, which were driven ashore here yesterday afternoon, are lying easy on a sandy ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • The Rockaway in Trouble
    The Rockaway in Trouble
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 19 Nov 1891, Section 2, p. 10     THE ROCKAWAY IN TROUBLE.

    SOUTH HAVEN, Mich., Nov. 18.--Special Telegram.--The schooner Rockaway, of Muskegon, Much., Captain Ole Thompson, from Manistee to Benton Harbor, carried away her gaff and sail and came to anchor five miles north-west of here yesterday evening, and in the ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 19 Nov 1891, Section 2, p. 10   THE ROCKAWAY IN TROUBLE.

    SOUTH HAVEN, Mich., Nov. 18.--Special Telegram.--The schooner Rockaway, of Muskegon, Much., Captain Ole Thompson, from Manistee to Benton Harbor, carried away her gaff and sail and ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Lady Franklin
    Lady Franklin
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 5 Apr 1869, p. 3    

    LADY FRANKLIN.--The Lady Franklin received her new wheel last Saturday. She is in command of Capt. C. Childs, an able and thoroughly experienced officer of over twenty years experience, Mr. Philo goes out as clerk, William mcGee, mate and Frank Palmer, engineer. Commodore N. ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 5 Apr 1869, p. 3  

    LADY FRANKLIN.--The Lady Franklin received her new wheel last Saturday. She is in command of Capt. C. Childs, an able and thoroughly experienced officer of over twenty years experience, Mr. ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Ocean Steamers en route for Chicago
    Ocean Steamers en route for Chicago
    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 20 Jun 1867, p. 7    

    OCEAN STEAMERS EN ROUTE FOR CHICAGO.--The Cleveland Herald of Monday evening says:

    "The steam tug Admiral D. D. Porter, Captain Higgins, form New York, came into port Saturday night, and after remaining a few hours for coal, passed on to Chicago.

    "Sunday ...

    NewspaperText  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 20 Jun 1867, p. 7  

    OCEAN STEAMERS EN ROUTE FOR CHICAGO.--The Cleveland Herald of Monday evening says:

    "The steam tug Admiral D. D. Porter, Captain Higgins, form New York, came into port Saturday night, and ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 5 November 1877, page 6
    Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 5 November 1877, page 6
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    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Marine Disasters
    Marine Disasters
    NewspaperTextmystery  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 9 Nov 1865, p. 3     Marine Disasters

    The schooner International has gone to pieces on Salmon Point, Lake Erie. She had on board a cargo of corn, put on at this port for Kingston. The cargo is insured for $11,000, freight list for $4,500, and the hull for $8,000.

    The bark Great West No. 1 ...

    NewspaperTextmystery  Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 9 Nov 1865, p. 3   Marine Disasters

    The schooner International has gone to pieces on Salmon Point, Lake Erie. She had on board a cargo of corn, put on at this port for Kingston. The ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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