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  • Sebastopol (Schooner), aground, 1 Nov 1857
    Sebastopol (Schooner), aground, 1 Nov 1857
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
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    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Christie (Schooner), aground, 1 Sep 1881
    Christie (Schooner), aground, 1 Sep 1881
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Got off
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Got off
    ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Boaz (Schooner), aground, 23 Nov 1881
    Boaz (Schooner), aground, 23 Nov 1881
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Freight: oats , brick &c.
    Remarks: ?
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Freight: oats , brick &c.
    Remarks: ?
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    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Cushy (Scow), aground, 6 Sep 1881
    Cushy (Scow), aground, 6 Sep 1881
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Remarks: Total loss ?
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Remarks: Total loss ?
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    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Hilton (Propeller), sunk, 1 Sep 1876
    Hilton (Propeller), sunk, 1 Sep 1876
    TextNewspaper       Reason: sunk
    Remarks: Raised
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: sunk
    Remarks: Raised
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    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Hattie A. Estelle (Schooner), U90461, aground, 17 Nov 1891
    Hattie A. Estelle (Schooner), U90461, aground, 17 Nov 1891
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Lives: 2
    Freight: wheat
    Remarks: Total loss
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Lives: 2
    Freight: wheat
    Remarks: Total loss
    ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Twin Brothers (Schooner), aground, 23 Nov 1849
    Twin Brothers (Schooner), aground, 23 Nov 1849
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Hull damage: $200
    Freight: lumber
    Remarks: Got off
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Hull damage: $200
    Freight: lumber
    Remarks: Got off
    ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Alice M. Beers (Schooner), U382, sunk, 1 Nov 1875
    Alice M. Beers (Schooner), U382, sunk, 1 Nov 1875
    TextNewspaper       Reason: sunk
    Remarks: Raised
    ...
    TextNewspaper     Reason: sunk
    Remarks: Raised
    ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • The Republican (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Aug 1892
    The Republican (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Aug 1892
    NewspaperText      

    Lake and Bay The work of repairing the tug Evenson is now in progress at Manistee, and it is expected that she will be out about the 1st of September. Several alterations and improvements will be made in her and it is expected that she will be in better shape ...

    NewspaperText    

    Lake and Bay The work of repairing the tug Evenson is now in progress at Manistee, and it is expected that she will be out about the 1st of September. ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • A Schooner Goes Down
    A Schooner Goes Down
    NewspaperText  Manistee Times Sentinel, 7 Oct 1887     A Schooner Goes Down The Schooner Scarth sank in 40 fathoms of water the crew reach this port in a yawl boat.

    The schooner Jesse Scarth, a 360 tons burden, and laden with 23,000 bushels of corn, sank Tuesday evening about twelve miles north of this port, in 40 fathoms ...

    NewspaperText  Manistee Times Sentinel, 7 Oct 1887   A Schooner Goes Down The Schooner Scarth sank in 40 fathoms of water the crew reach this port in a yawl boat.

    The schooner Jesse Scarth, a 360 tons burden, ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Vandals on Shipboard.
    Vandals on Shipboard.
    NewspaperText  Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 19 Apr 1893, p. 7     Vandals on Shipboard.

    Parties supposed to be at enmity with Edward Buckley and Capt. Charles Gnewuch are said to have boarded the steamer Edward Buckley at Manistee a short time ago and indulged in wholesale vandalism. The outfit of the steamer had been placed on board for the ...

    NewspaperText  Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 19 Apr 1893, p. 7   Vandals on Shipboard.

    Parties supposed to be at enmity with Edward Buckley and Capt. Charles Gnewuch are said to have boarded the steamer Edward Buckley at Manistee a short time ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Navigation has opened
    Navigation has opened
    NewspaperText  Sault Evening News (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 4 Mar 1903, p. 1, column 6     NAVIGATION HAS OPENED

    Manistee, Mich., March 4.-- The steambarge Edward Buckley cleared last night with 4,500 barrels of salt for Chicago, thus opening the season of navigation out of this port, two days later than a year ago.

    ...
    NewspaperText  Sault Evening News (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 4 Mar 1903, p. 1, column 6   NAVIGATION HAS OPENED

    Manistee, Mich., March 4.-- The steambarge Edward Buckley cleared last night with 4,500 barrels of salt for Chicago, thus opening the season of navigation out of this ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Nov 1899, p. 1, column 1
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Nov 1899, p. 1, column 1
    NewspaperText       The steamer Edward Buckley, Capt. Chas. Gnewuch, has had a busy season, so far. Between April 1st and November 1st she made 63 round trips with lumber and salt from Manistee to Chicago, South Chicago, Benton Harbor and Milwaukee, averaging 9 round trips per month....
    NewspaperText     The steamer Edward Buckley, Capt. Chas. Gnewuch, has had a busy season, so far. Between April 1st and November 1st she made 63 round trips with lumber and salt from ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Apr 1905
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Apr 1905
    NewspaperText       Capt. William Gnewuch of the tug Welcome, who this week returned to Milwaukee from a visit to his parents at Manistee, Michigan, reports that the steamers Illinois, Missouri and F. & P. M. No. 4 are about ready to sail, and the barges Edward Buckley, Mark E. Covell, C. Reitz, ...
    NewspaperText     Capt. William Gnewuch of the tug Welcome, who this week returned to Milwaukee from a visit to his parents at Manistee, Michigan, reports that the steamers Illinois, Missouri and F. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 7 Jan 1893, p. 5, column 3
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 7 Jan 1893, p. 5, column 3
    NewspaperText       A note received by the ADVOCATE from Capt. Charles Gnewuch, of Manistee, Mich., states among other things that three schooners and three tugs are receiving a rebuild and overhauling at that port this winter. Capt. Gnewuch's new steamer the Edward Buckley, has coined a good many ducats for her owner ...
    NewspaperText     A note received by the ADVOCATE from Capt. Charles Gnewuch, of Manistee, Mich., states among other things that three schooners and three tugs are receiving a rebuild and overhauling at ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Mar 1891
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Mar 1891
    NewspaperText       Capt. Chas. Gnewuch,of Manistee, has sold his fine tug, the C. Williams, to Uncle Sam, the price received therefor being $23,000, which is said to include the two lighters also owned by the captain. The Williams is a daisy and the government has got as good a piece of property ...
    NewspaperText     Capt. Chas. Gnewuch,of Manistee, has sold his fine tug, the C. Williams, to Uncle Sam, the price received therefor being $23,000, which is said to include the two lighters also ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Mar 1898, p. 1, column 3
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Mar 1898, p. 1, column 3
    NewspaperText      

    Captain Daniel Wall, of Marinette, will have command of the fine steamer Edward Buckley, and he has left for Manistee to fit her out and place her into commission. Captain Chas. Gneuwick [sic: Gnewuch], part owner and master of the Buckley, is still in winter quarters at his home in ...

    NewspaperText    

    Captain Daniel Wall, of Marinette, will have command of the fine steamer Edward Buckley, and he has left for Manistee to fit her out and place her into commission. Captain ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 6 May 1909, p. 1, column 3
    Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 6 May 1909, p. 1, column 3
    NewspaperText       Capt. Chas. Gnewuch was last week compelled to give up the command of the steambarge Edward Buckley on account of illness and the boat is in charge of Capt. Peter Marsh. Capt. Gnewuch was taken to his home at Manistee, and is said to be in a very critical condition. ...
    NewspaperText     Capt. Chas. Gnewuch was last week compelled to give up the command of the steambarge Edward Buckley on account of illness and the boat is in charge of Capt. Peter ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Mishicott (Scow), U91439, aground, 28 Oct 1892
    Mishicott (Scow), U91439, aground, 28 Oct 1892
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Got off
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Got off
    ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Iroquois (Schooner), aground, 21 Nov 1875
    Iroquois (Schooner), aground, 21 Nov 1875
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
    Freight: coal
    Remarks: Total loss ?
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
    Freight: coal
    Remarks: Total loss ?
    ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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