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  • A Pioneer's Reminiscences
    A Pioneer's Reminiscences
    textnewspaper  "A Pioneer's Reminiscences," Syracuse Standard (Syracuse, NY), Nov. 9, 1869     A Pioneer's Reminiscences.____The following interesting account of early reminiscences is from the Hon. Thomas Richmond , now of Chicago , and formerly for many years a resident of Salina . He is now about seventy-three years of age, and is in good health and mental vigor. For about ...
    textnewspaper  "A Pioneer's Reminiscences," Syracuse Standard (Syracuse, NY), Nov. 9, 1869   A Pioneer's Reminiscences.____The following interesting account of early reminiscences is from the Hon. Thomas Richmond , now of Chicago , and formerly for many years a resident of Salina . ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • A Schooner Wrecked near Thousand Island Park.
    A Schooner Wrecked near Thousand Island Park.
    textnewspaper  "A Schooner Wrecked near Thousand Island Park.," Syracuse Standard (Syracuse, NY), Aug. 17, 1889     A Schooner Wrecked near Thousand Island Park .Special Correspondence of the Standard :FRONTENAC, N.Y. , Aug. 16. - At 10:30 o'clock last evening the large three masted schooner Vickery of Chicago struck on a shoal off Rock Island light house, just opposite Thousand Island Park ...
    textnewspaper  "A Schooner Wrecked near Thousand Island Park.," Syracuse Standard (Syracuse, NY), Aug. 17, 1889   A Schooner Wrecked near Thousand Island Park .Special Correspondence of the Standard :FRONTENAC, N.Y. , Aug. 16. - At 10:30 o'clock last evening the large three masted schooner Vickery of ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Syracuse Standard (Syracuse, NY), Jan. 18, 1854
    Syracuse Standard (Syracuse, NY), Jan. 18, 1854
    textnewspaper       Old TimesCapt. Robert Hugunin states in a communication in the Chicago Press, that in the year 1803 and 1804 the first American vessel was built on Lake Ontario. She was 50 feet keel, 20 feet beam and 6 feet hold, and called the Fair American. She was built at Oswego, ...
    textnewspaper     Old TimesCapt. Robert Hugunin states in a communication in the Chicago Press, that in the year 1803 and 1804 the first American vessel was built on Lake Ontario. She was ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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