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  • Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), July 14, 1931
    Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), July 14, 1931
    TextNewspaper       When Grant Played Checkers at Oswego

    To the Editor of The Post-Standard:

    I read your editorial concerning Grant at Galena with interest. Your request for stories of Grant while stationed at Sacket's Harbor brought to mind a story I have heard my father tell. He told that my ...

    TextNewspaper     When Grant Played Checkers at Oswego

    To the Editor of The Post-Standard:

    I read your editorial concerning Grant at Galena with interest. Your request for stories of Grant while stationed ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), June 27, 1935
    Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), June 27, 1935
    TextNewspaper       Intrepid Lake Master Dies at 79 on Farm _______ Capt. A. R. Hinckley Succombs After Short Illness. ____

    Oswego. - An eventful career as a master of vessels and as a marine contractor on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence river closed with the death of Capt. ...

    TextNewspaper     Intrepid Lake Master Dies at 79 on Farm _______ Capt. A. R. Hinckley Succombs After Short Illness. ____

    Oswego. - An eventful career as a master of vessels and as ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Rescued from Gale's Clutch
    Rescued from Gale's Clutch
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), Tues., Dec. 16, 1902     RESCUED FROM GALE'S CLUTCH ____ Five Persons, All of Oswego, Saved at Lakeside _____ HAD GIVEN UP ALL HOPE _____ Adrift on Angry Waves Thirty-Six Hours Without Food and Without Prospect of Help - Rescued After One of ...
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), Tues., Dec. 16, 1902   RESCUED FROM GALE'S CLUTCH ____ Five Persons, All of Oswego, Saved at Lakeside _____ HAD GIVEN UP ALL HOPE _____ Adrift on Angry Waves Thirty-Six Hours Without Food ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • George Goble Dead At Oswego
    George Goble Dead At Oswego
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 15 Oct 1906     George Goble Dead At Oswego _____ Well-known Shipbuilder and Mason of High Standing _____

    Oswego, Oct. 14. - George Goble, an active participant in those scenes of the days of Oswego's maritime glory, when passage across the river might be had on the decks of ...

    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 15 Oct 1906   George Goble Dead At Oswego _____ Well-known Shipbuilder and Mason of High Standing _____

    Oswego, Oct. 14. - George Goble, an active participant in those scenes of the days of ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Barge Sherman Towed To Port
    Barge Sherman Towed To Port
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 15 Oct 1906     Barge Sherman Towed To Port ____ Boat Wrecked in Gale on Lake Ontario Arrives in Oswego. ____

    Oswego, Oct. 14, - The barge Sherman that was wrecked and beached on the southern shore of Lake Ontario near Sodus during the heavy gale of a week ago arrived ...

    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 15 Oct 1906   Barge Sherman Towed To Port ____ Boat Wrecked in Gale on Lake Ontario Arrives in Oswego. ____

    Oswego, Oct. 14, - The barge Sherman that was wrecked and beached on ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Frank Phelps' Shipyard at Chaumont
    Frank Phelps' Shipyard at Chaumont
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 28 Nov 1920     Frank Phelps' Shipyard at Chaumont ____ Of the Many That Once Nourished Along the Lake Shore It Alone Remains. ____

    Of all the ship building plants that once flourished along the Jefferson county shore bf Lake Ontario, a single yard, that of Frank Phelps, at ...

    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 28 Nov 1920   Frank Phelps' Shipyard at Chaumont ____ Of the Many That Once Nourished Along the Lake Shore It Alone Remains. ____

    Of all the ship building plants that once flourished ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Lake Sailor of 58 Years, Retires From Service
    Lake Sailor of 58 Years, Retires From Service
    NewspaperText  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 16 Mar 1916     He lived at 14 W. Fifth St., Oswego. He died Sept. 13, 1921. A brother, Matthew, of Grantwood, N.J., died July 26, 1917. The family belonged to St. Mary's Church. He was survived by three sons, Dr. Patrick H. Hourigan of Buffalo, Daniel P. and Leo Hourigan; two daughters, Mrs. ...
    NewspaperText  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 16 Mar 1916   He lived at 14 W. Fifth St., Oswego. He died Sept. 13, 1921. A brother, Matthew, of Grantwood, N.J., died July 26, 1917. The family belonged to St. Mary's Church. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Wayne Brewster, 91, Recalls Life as Sailor on Schooners 
in Bustling Trade on the Lakes
    Wayne Brewster, 91, Recalls Life as Sailor on Schooners in Bustling Trade on the Lakes
    NewspaperText  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 12 Jun 1940     Wayne Brewster, 91, Recalls Life as Sailor on Schooners in Bustling Trade on the Lakes ____

    CAPE VINCENT - Sailing as a crew member upon the schooners that plied from Lake Ontario to Chicago in the busy years of inland water traffic following the Civil War, Wayne B. ...

    NewspaperText  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 12 Jun 1940   Wayne Brewster, 91, Recalls Life as Sailor on Schooners in Bustling Trade on the Lakes ____

    CAPE VINCENT - Sailing as a crew member upon the schooners that plied from ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Just Around the Corner
    Just Around the Corner
    TextNewspaper  Bertrande, Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 27 Oct 1946     The breaking waves dashed high On a stern and rockbound coast. And the woods, against a stormy sky, Their giant branches tossed." When the schooner "Illinois" left Sacket Harbor with 104 passengers and a crew of nine bound for the village of Chicago on Lake Michigan. The date was May ...
    TextNewspaper  Bertrande, Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 27 Oct 1946   The breaking waves dashed high On a stern and rockbound coast. And the woods, against a stormy sky, Their giant branches tossed." When the schooner "Illinois" left Sacket Harbor with ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • When Fast Traveling was Done by Packets
    When Fast Traveling was Done by Packets
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 9 Aug 1903     WHEN FAST TRAVELING WAS DONE BY PACKETS _____ Reminiscences of the Passenger Traffic of Central New York Fifty Years Ago Recalled by Discussion of Utility of Canals ____

    NEWARK, N.Y., AUG. 8. - In these days when the utility of the canals is being ...

    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 9 Aug 1903   WHEN FAST TRAVELING WAS DONE BY PACKETS _____ Reminiscences of the Passenger Traffic of Central New York Fifty Years Ago Recalled by Discussion of Utility of Canals ____

    NEWARK, N.Y., ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • C.W. Cole's Fish Tug Nearing Completion
    C.W. Cole's Fish Tug Nearing Completion
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 14 Oct 1922     C.W. Cole's Fish Tug Nearing Completion ___ Staunch Lake Craft Will Soon Be Launched From the Phelps Shipyard, Chaumont ___

    Another wooden steamer, fresh from the Chaumont yard, once so active but of ...

    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), 14 Oct 1922   C.W. Cole's Fish Tug Nearing Completion ___ Staunch Lake Craft Will Soon Be Launched From the Phelps Shipyard, Chaumont ___

    Another wooden steamer, fresh from the Chaumont yard, once so ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), July 27, 1899
    Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), July 27, 1899
    TextNewspaper       No Trace Found of Mrs. Griffin ________ Unsuccessful Search of the Sunken St. Peter ________ Lake Diver Matoll makes Two Descents to the vessel, but Could Find Nothing of the Woman Supposed to have Been Imprisoned in the Cabin. ________

    The tug John ...

    TextNewspaper     No Trace Found of Mrs. Griffin ________ Unsuccessful Search of the Sunken St. Peter ________ Lake Diver Matoll makes Two Descents to the vessel, but Could Find Nothing of the ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), Aug. 8, 1899
    Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), Aug. 8, 1899
    TextNewspaper      

    United States Engineer Captain G.D. Fitch of Oswego has received authority from the Chief Engineer at Washington to remove the spars of the wreck of the large schooner St. Peter which lies on the bottom of Lake Ontario, a few miles west of the port of Sodus Point. The wreck ...

    TextNewspaper    

    United States Engineer Captain G.D. Fitch of Oswego has received authority from the Chief Engineer at Washington to remove the spars of the wreck of the large schooner St. Peter ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Lake Tragedy Stuns Oswego
    Lake Tragedy Stuns Oswego
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), Thurs., Dec. 18, 1902     LAKE TRAGEDY STUNS OSWEGO _____ Seven of Its Popular Citizens Given Up as Lost ____ RAY OF HOPE BLOTTED OUT ____ Vessel Ashore on Salmon Point Proves to Be the Noyes, Whose Crew Was Rescued After Heroic Work - No ...
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), Thurs., Dec. 18, 1902   LAKE TRAGEDY STUNS OSWEGO _____ Seven of Its Popular Citizens Given Up as Lost ____ RAY OF HOPE BLOTTED OUT ____ Vessel Ashore on Salmon Point Proves to ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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