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  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 17 July 1861
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 17 July 1861
    textnewspaper       MARINE DISASTERPROBABLE LOSS OF THE PORPELLERBRITTON WITH ALL ON BOARDThe propeller L. L. Britton , Captain John Q. Adams , which has been for some weeks past plying between this port Chicago, there is every reason to believe, is lost with all on board.She left St. Joseph for ...
    textnewspaper     MARINE DISASTERPROBABLE LOSS OF THE PORPELLERBRITTON WITH ALL ON BOARDThe propeller L. L. Britton , Captain John Q. Adams , which has been for some weeks past plying between this ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 13 July 1859
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 13 July 1859
    textnewspaper       "C. McNeil" was Cornelius McNeil; his wife's name was Priscilla. The Napier mentioned in the article was Jack Napier, a brother to Nelson W. Napier of "Alpena" wreck fame. Jack was killed when he fired a cannon to celebrate the 4th of July and it blew up.
    textnewspaper     "C. McNeil" was Cornelius McNeil; his wife's name was Priscilla. The Napier mentioned in the article was Jack Napier, a brother to Nelson W. Napier of "Alpena" wreck fame. Jack ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), Wednes., 16 July 1862
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), Wednes., 16 July 1862
    textnewspaper       The Guide - This is the name of a beautiful little vessel which was built at this place by Messrs. McMillan and Shaw, launched on Thursday evening last. Her capacity is estimated at ninety tons. She is a fine model, and we hope she will prove a success to her ...
    textnewspaper     The Guide - This is the name of a beautiful little vessel which was built at this place by Messrs. McMillan and Shaw, launched on Thursday evening last. Her capacity ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 25 March 1865 (Saturday)
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 25 March 1865 (Saturday)
    textnewspaper       The schooner " Whip," in attempting to make the harbor on Wednesday last, in a heavy sea and a strong wind, was driven to the beach just north of the north pier. The captain, Blend of Milwaukee , and the mate were washed overboard. The mate was rescued as he ...
    textnewspaper     The schooner " Whip," in attempting to make the harbor on Wednesday last, in a heavy sea and a strong wind, was driven to the beach just north of the ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 12 Sept. 1860
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 12 Sept. 1860
    textnewspaper       The steamer the Augusta struck was the Lady Elgin.
    textnewspaper     The steamer the Augusta struck was the Lady Elgin.
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 25 May 1859
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 25 May 1859
    textnewspaper       The United States Revenue Cutter, Aaron V. BrownThis vessel arrived in our harbor on Friday last, upon her first cruise around the Lakes, and sails this morning to continue her voyage. She is the handsomest craft that ever entered this port. She is 70 tons burden, and carries ten men ...
    textnewspaper     The United States Revenue Cutter, Aaron V. BrownThis vessel arrived in our harbor on Friday last, upon her first cruise around the Lakes, and sails this morning to continue her ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), Wed., 20 April 1859
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), Wed., 20 April 1859
    textnewspaper       In the heavy gale, on Friday last, the schooner Enterprise, of Wilkinson City (near New Buffalo), ran ashore in making the harbor at Grand Haven, and broke in two. She was heavily laden with plaster for Michigan City. The gale struck her opposite this port, and forced her back to ...
    textnewspaper     In the heavy gale, on Friday last, the schooner Enterprise, of Wilkinson City (near New Buffalo), ran ashore in making the harbor at Grand Haven, and broke in two. She ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 18 Sept. 1861
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 18 Sept. 1861
    textnewspaper       "Bell Stevens."On Saturday last, J. E. Stevens new vessel, bearing the above name, was successfully launched, at the Ship Yard, foot of Main Street. Several hundred people assembled to witness the sight, and as she moved swiftly down the "ways" and dashed safely into the river, three hearty ...
    textnewspaper     "Bell Stevens."On Saturday last, J. E. Stevens new vessel, bearing the above name, was successfully launched, at the Ship Yard, foot of Main Street. Several hundred people assembled to witness ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 18 Sept. 1861
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 18 Sept. 1861
    textnewspaper       The St. Joseph Life Boat.It is well known that the Life Boat furnished by the United States Government for this port, is out of repair, and in its present condition, almost wholly useless. At the time of the getting up of these boats for our inland waters, it was the ...
    textnewspaper     The St. Joseph Life Boat.It is well known that the Life Boat furnished by the United States Government for this port, is out of repair, and in its present condition, ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 14 November 1860
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 14 November 1860
    textnewspaper       Death of James B. Hobbie.It is with much pain that we record the death of this young man, who was well known to a majority of our citizens. He was killed one day last week by the explosion of the Propeller Globe, in Chicago harbor. Mr. Hobbie will be sadly ...
    textnewspaper     Death of James B. Hobbie.It is with much pain that we record the death of this young man, who was well known to a majority of our citizens. He was ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 13 March 1861
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 13 March 1861
    textnewspaper       It will be seen by the following account from the Chicago Tribune, that the Lady Franklin, which will ply between this place and Chicago during the coming summer, was launched last Saturday afternoon. It was the intention to have her on the route by the middle of March, but it ...
    textnewspaper     It will be seen by the following account from the Chicago Tribune, that the Lady Franklin, which will ply between this place and Chicago during the coming summer, was launched ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 13 March 1861
    St. Joseph Traveler (St. Joseph, MI), 13 March 1861
    textnewspaper       We notice in the St. Joseph Ship Yard, owned by Capt. Geo. Hanson, a fine new vessel on the stocks, which he is building for James E. Stevens, Esq. Her dimensions are - Length of keel 84 feet; breadth of beam 22 feet; depth of hold 6 1/2 feet. She ...
    textnewspaper     We notice in the St. Joseph Ship Yard, owned by Capt. Geo. Hanson, a fine new vessel on the stocks, which he is building for James E. Stevens, Esq. Her ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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