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  • Correspondence, 17 Jul 1837, Charles R. Brush to Abraham Wendell
    Correspondence, 17 Jul 1837, Charles R. Brush to Abraham Wendell
    Ship DocumentText       Charles R. Brush to Abraham Wendell re the expiry of the licence of the Jefferson; half owner of vessel; needs permit to go to Detroit for a suit of sails.
    Ship DocumentText     Charles R. Brush to Abraham Wendell re the expiry of the licence of the Jefferson; half owner of vessel; needs permit to go to Detroit for a suit of sails.
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Correspondence, 28 Mar 1837, Russell & Hawes, Buffalo to A. Wendell
    Correspondence, 28 Mar 1837, Russell & Hawes, Buffalo to A. Wendell
    Ship DocumentText       "Russell & Hawes, Buffalo to A. Wendell; have written re C.W. Morgan & Co. re light oil for Thunder Bay Light House"
    Ship DocumentText     "Russell & Hawes, Buffalo to A. Wendell; have written re C.W. Morgan & Co. re light oil for Thunder Bay Light House"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Correspondence, 27 Mar 1837, "Levi Woodbury to Abraham Wendell
    Correspondence, 27 Mar 1837, "Levi Woodbury to Abraham Wendell
    Ship DocumentText       "Levi Woodbury, Secretary of the Treasury to Abraham Wendell acknowledging recommendation of Sherman Choate as keeper of Pottawatami Island Light"
    Ship DocumentText     "Levi Woodbury, Secretary of the Treasury to Abraham Wendell acknowledging recommendation of Sherman Choate as keeper of Pottawatami Island Light"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Correspondence, 31 Jul 1837, Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell
    Correspondence, 31 Jul 1837, Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell
    Ship DocumentText       "Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell as to whether Pottawatamie Light is complete and supply recommendations of someone ""having claims to the office."""
    Ship DocumentText     "Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell as to whether Pottawatamie Light is complete and supply recommendations of someone ""having claims to the office."""
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Lightship, Correspondence, 07 Aug 1837
    Lightship, Correspondence, 07 Aug 1837
    Ship DocumentText       David Keith re broken socket of the lamp on board the lightship; requests James Stephens be sent up to repair
    Ship DocumentText     David Keith re broken socket of the lamp on board the lightship; requests James Stephens be sent up to repair
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Correspondence, 31 Jul 1837, Russell & Hawes to A Wendell
    Correspondence, 31 Jul 1837, Russell & Hawes to A Wendell
    Ship DocumentText       "Russell & Hawes, Buffalo to A Wendell. Surprised to hear Bois Blanc and Thunder Bay lights out of repair; schooner Merchant delivering supplies to Pottowatomie Light;agents NY & Ohio Line, merchants"
    Ship DocumentText     "Russell & Hawes, Buffalo to A Wendell. Surprised to hear Bois Blanc and Thunder Bay lights out of repair; schooner Merchant delivering supplies to Pottowatomie Light;agents NY & Ohio Line, ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Correspondence, 14 Jun 1837, "Russell & Hawes, Buffalo to Abraham Wendell
    Correspondence, 14 Jun 1837, "Russell & Hawes, Buffalo to Abraham Wendell
    Ship DocumentText       "Russell & Hawes, Buffalo to Abraham Wendell re repairs to Thunder Bay and Bois Blanc Lights, and supplies for Pottawatamie Light"
    Ship DocumentText     "Russell & Hawes, Buffalo to Abraham Wendell re repairs to Thunder Bay and Bois Blanc Lights, and supplies for Pottawatamie Light"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Lightship, Correspondence, 24 Jun 1837
    Lightship, Correspondence, 24 Jun 1837
    Ship DocumentText       Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell re appointment of David Keith as keeper of the Floating Light at Junction of Lakes Huron and Michigan (Point Waugoshance)
    Ship DocumentText     Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell re appointment of David Keith as keeper of the Floating Light at Junction of Lakes Huron and Michigan (Point Waugoshance)
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Correspondence, 14 Jun 1837, David Keith re Lightship at Point Waugoshance which requires canvas to repair her sails.
    Correspondence, 14 Jun 1837, David Keith re Lightship at Point Waugoshance which requires canvas to repair her sails.
    Ship DocumentText       David Keith re Lightship at Point Waugoshance which requires canvas to repair her sails.
    Ship DocumentText     David Keith re Lightship at Point Waugoshance which requires canvas to repair her sails.
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Correspondence, 09 Sep 1837, Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell
    Correspondence, 09 Sep 1837, Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell
    Ship DocumentText       Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell re appointment of John Wright as keeper of Pottawatomie Island Lighthouse at $350 per annum
    Ship DocumentText     Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell re appointment of John Wright as keeper of Pottawatomie Island Lighthouse at $350 per annum
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Correspondence, 28 Aug 1837, Russel & Hawes to Abraham Wendell
    Correspondence, 28 Aug 1837, Russel & Hawes to Abraham Wendell
    Ship DocumentText       "Russel & Hawes to Abraham Wendell re equipment forwarded to Bois Blanc, Thunder Bay and Pottawattamie Island Light Houses"
    Ship DocumentText     "Russel & Hawes to Abraham Wendell re equipment forwarded to Bois Blanc, Thunder Bay and Pottawattamie Island Light Houses"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Correspondence, 17 Sep 1837, Eber Ward to Abraham Wendell
    Correspondence, 17 Sep 1837, Eber Ward to Abraham Wendell
    Ship DocumentText       Eber Ward to Abraham Wendell that the bank is collapsing beside Bois Blanc lighthouse and the cellar is flooding
    Ship DocumentText     Eber Ward to Abraham Wendell that the bank is collapsing beside Bois Blanc lighthouse and the cellar is flooding
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Correspondence, 29 Nov 1837, Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell
    Correspondence, 29 Nov 1837, Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell
    Ship DocumentText       Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell re light house accounts and those for building Pottawatamie island Lighthouse are missing.
    Ship DocumentText     Treasury Department to Abraham Wendell re light house accounts and those for building Pottawatamie island Lighthouse are missing.
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Correspondence, Nov 1837, E. Ward to Abraham Wendell
    Correspondence, Nov 1837, E. Ward to Abraham Wendell
    Ship DocumentText       E. Ward to Abraham Wendell; has forwarded wicks he can spare from Bois Blanc Lighthouse and will bring up his account in a few days.
    Ship DocumentText     E. Ward to Abraham Wendell; has forwarded wicks he can spare from Bois Blanc Lighthouse and will bring up his account in a few days.
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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