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  • Jefferson County Journal (Adams, NY), February 13, 1884
    Jefferson County Journal (Adams, NY), February 13, 1884
    textnewspaper       JOHN OATS KILLED. - The old war ship, New Orleans, a relic of 1812, which is being taken down at Sacketts Harbor, N.Y., was the scene of a sad and fatal accident to-day (Saturday). The workmen went to work as usual this morning, but a number of them expressed a ...
    textnewspaper     JOHN OATS KILLED. - The old war ship, New Orleans, a relic of 1812, which is being taken down at Sacketts Harbor, N.Y., was the scene of a sad and ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Jefferson County Journal (Adams, NY), February 13, 1884
    Jefferson County Journal (Adams, NY), February 13, 1884
    textnewspaper       John Oats Killed. - The old war ship, New Orleans, a relic of 1812, which is being taken down at Sacketts Harbor, N.Y., was the scene of a sad and fatal accident to-day (Saturday). The workmen went to work as usual this morning, but a number of them expressed a ...
    textnewspaper     John Oats Killed. - The old war ship, New Orleans, a relic of 1812, which is being taken down at Sacketts Harbor, N.Y., was the scene of a sad and ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Jefferson County Journal (Adams, NY), Nov. 28, 1877
    Jefferson County Journal (Adams, NY), Nov. 28, 1877
    textnewspaper       We saw an iron mallet for pile-driving at Jenkins' Landing last night. It looks as though we were to have some needed improvements at the landing.Capt. Ellis says there is but three feet of water at the mouth of Big Sandy Creek. The schooner Union, in attempting on the 22nd ...
    textnewspaper     We saw an iron mallet for pile-driving at Jenkins' Landing last night. It looks as though we were to have some needed improvements at the landing.Capt. Ellis says there is ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • The Real Facts of the Sharples' Wreck
    The Real Facts of the Sharples' Wreck
    textnewspaper  "The Real Facts of the Sharples' Wreck," Jefferson County Journal (Adams, NY), 3 May 1911     The John Sharples is a large iron freighter, owned by a Duluth company. In the early part of December she left Chicago for Ogdensburg, loaded with 78,000 bushels of corn. She was seen to pass Olcott light, and Capt. Garant, who is light-keeper there, remarked, "If she gets into the ...
    textnewspaper  "The Real Facts of the Sharples' Wreck," Jefferson County Journal (Adams, NY), 3 May 1911   The John Sharples is a large iron freighter, owned by a Duluth company. In the early part of December she left Chicago for Ogdensburg, loaded with 78,000 bushels of corn. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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