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  • Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 18 Nov. 1835
    Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 18 Nov. 1835
    textnewspaper       SEVERE GALES. - Our lake, for two or three weeks past, has been visited by several severe gales, and we regret that several serious and distressing accidents have occurred in consequence. The Lafayette , laden with flour and other articles, and having several passengers on board, was driven ...
    textnewspaper     SEVERE GALES. - Our lake, for two or three weeks past, has been visited by several severe gales, and we regret that several serious and distressing accidents have occurred in ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 16 July 1834
    Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 16 July 1834
    textnewspaper       Capt. Dingley's first name was Mason.
    textnewspaper     Capt. Dingley's first name was Mason.
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 25 November 1835
    Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 25 November 1835
    textnewspaper       THE LATE GALE. - The Gale on Lake Michigan , has been much more severe and destructive of life and property than we were aware of at the publication of our last paper, none but imperfect accounts have as yet reached us,and they are of the most melancholy character.The Schr. ...
    textnewspaper     THE LATE GALE. - The Gale on Lake Michigan , has been much more severe and destructive of life and property than we were aware of at the publication of ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 3 April 1844
    Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 3 April 1844
    textnewspaper       The following letter was received by Messrs. DyerChapin of this city on Friday last:Mouth of Kalamazoo River, March 21, 1844Messrs. DyerChapin:- Gusts on Sunday last on our passage here in the schr. Margaret Helm we fell in with the wreck of the schooner Wave of Chicago, about 10 miles ...
    textnewspaper     The following letter was received by Messrs. DyerChapin of this city on Friday last:Mouth of Kalamazoo River, March 21, 1844Messrs. DyerChapin:- Gusts on Sunday last on our passage here in ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 3 April 1844
    Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 3 April 1844
    textnewspaper       The schooner Fur Trader which arrived here on the 28th ult. states that she fell in with the wreck of the Wave five miles from Kalamazoo. The Fur Trader also discovered the wreck of another vessel, at a distance, supposed to be the Victory. ...
    textnewspaper     The schooner Fur Trader which arrived here on the 28th ult. states that she fell in with the wreck of the Wave five miles from Kalamazoo. The Fur Trader also ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 12 October 1836
    Chicago Democrat (Chicago, IL), 12 October 1836
    textnewspaper       Further particulars of the late gale. The Michigan City Gazette says:"The Schooner Sea Serpent parted her cable, and ran ashore where she now lies high and almost dry on the sand. She grounded about half-past nine o'clock, P.M. and, owing to the severity of the sea breaking over her, sprung ...
    textnewspaper     Further particulars of the late gale. The Michigan City Gazette says:"The Schooner Sea Serpent parted her cable, and ran ashore where she now lies high and almost dry on the ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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