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  • Schenectady Reflector (Schenectady, NY), Dec. 1, 1848
    Schenectady Reflector (Schenectady, NY), Dec. 1, 1848
    textnewspaper       While not exactly a Great Lakes article, it is not without interest. Then, of course, the Fulton and Livingston estates held a monopoly of steam navigation in the waters of New York state and licensed that right to the owners of the ONTARIO, SOPHIA, WALK-IN-THE-WATER and SUPERIOR.
    textnewspaper     While not exactly a Great Lakes article, it is not without interest. Then, of course, the Fulton and Livingston estates held a monopoly of steam navigation in the waters of ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Schenectady Reflector (Schenectady, NY), July 16, 1850
    Schenectady Reflector (Schenectady, NY), July 16, 1850
    textnewspaper       Ship Timber From Wisconsin. - Large quantities of ship timber, consisting of oak-knees, plank,c., now lie in our ship-yards, and are being worked up into elegant ships, after after performed a journey of eight to ten hundred miles, from the forests of Michigan and Wisconsin. Within a few ...
    textnewspaper     Ship Timber From Wisconsin. - Large quantities of ship timber, consisting of oak-knees, plank,c., now lie in our ship-yards, and are being worked up into elegant ships, after after performed ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Schenectady Reflector (Schenectady, NY), May 3, 1850
    Schenectady Reflector (Schenectady, NY), May 3, 1850
    textnewspaper       Terrible explosion on Lake ErieCleveland April 28The steamer Wayne left Toledo on Saturday morning about 9 o'clock, with 29 passengers, and took on board some 40 more at Sandusky on Saturday night, leaving there at 10 o'clock. These and the crew made the number on board from 80 to 100....
    textnewspaper     Terrible explosion on Lake ErieCleveland April 28The steamer Wayne left Toledo on Saturday morning about 9 o'clock, with 29 passengers, and took on board some 40 more at Sandusky on ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Schenectady Reflector (Schenectady, NY), May 17, 1850
    Schenectady Reflector (Schenectady, NY), May 17, 1850
    textnewspaper       Awful DisastersWe have never before been called on to record so awful destruction of human life on the western waters, as since the opening of navigation, the current season. The disasters to steamboats already number four, of which two have been by explosions of boilers- the Troy on Niagara ...
    textnewspaper     Awful DisastersWe have never before been called on to record so awful destruction of human life on the western waters, as since the opening of navigation, the current season. The ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Schenectady Reflector (Schenectady, NY), Aug. 2, 1850
    Schenectady Reflector (Schenectady, NY), Aug. 2, 1850
    textnewspaper       Another steamboat explosion on Lake Erie!Buffalo 12 o'clock July 31We learn by a dispatch just received from Erie, that the steamer America, from Sandusky for this port, burst a steam pipe or drum, about 2 o'clock this morning, when off Barcelona, and was towed into Erie by the Albama. One ...
    textnewspaper     Another steamboat explosion on Lake Erie!Buffalo 12 o'clock July 31We learn by a dispatch just received from Erie, that the steamer America, from Sandusky for this port, burst a steam ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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