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  • Chicago Times-Herald (Chicago, IL), October 20, 1900
    Chicago Times-Herald (Chicago, IL), October 20, 1900
    textnewspaper       SCHOONER G. G. HOUGHTON ASHORE.The schooner GEORGE G. HOUGHTON, a Milwaukee built vessel of the old Welland Canal type now owned by William H. Marsh of Oswego, ran ashore Thursday night on the point at Cape Vincent. She had on board 24,000 bushels of corn from Toledo for Ogdensburg. The ...
    textnewspaper     SCHOONER G. G. HOUGHTON ASHORE.The schooner GEORGE G. HOUGHTON, a Milwaukee built vessel of the old Welland Canal type now owned by William H. Marsh of Oswego, ran ashore Thursday ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Chicago Times-Herald (Chicago, IL), October 22, 1900
    Chicago Times-Herald (Chicago, IL), October 22, 1900
    textnewspaper       A dispatch from Kingston, Ont., says the Canadian schooner FABIOLA foundered in Lake Ontario near the False Ducks yesterday morning. The crew escaped in their yawl boat, and landed at McDonald's Cove. The FABIOLA was loaded with a cargo of coal for James Swift and Company of Kingston, and left ...
    textnewspaper     A dispatch from Kingston, Ont., says the Canadian schooner FABIOLA foundered in Lake Ontario near the False Ducks yesterday morning. The crew escaped in their yawl boat, and landed at ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Chicago Times-Herald (Chicago, IL), 28 January 1898
    Chicago Times-Herald (Chicago, IL), 28 January 1898
    textnewspaper       The City of Duluth, one of the steamers in the service of the GrahamMorton Line, lies wrecked on a sand bar off the mouth of the harbor of St. Joseph. Sixteen passengers and a crew of twenty were rescued yesterday by the life-saving crew, with the aid of the breeches ...
    textnewspaper     The City of Duluth, one of the steamers in the service of the GrahamMorton Line, lies wrecked on a sand bar off the mouth of the harbor of St. Joseph. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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