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  • St. Joseph Herald (St. Joseph, MI), 25 July 1874
    St. Joseph Herald (St. Joseph, MI), 25 July 1874
    textnewspaper       ...This is an extract from a longer letter dated 22 July 1874, written by one...
    textnewspaper     ...This is an extract from a longer letter dated 22 July 1874, written by one...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 21 Apr, 1874
    Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 21 Apr, 1874
    textnewspaper       DID NOT CARE TO RIDE - The Toronto Globe says: Bailiff Smith went on board of the little tug Ida Stearns last Monday morning at Port Rowan with an attachment to seize her. The captain, Mr. Tregent, weighed anchor and gave the bailiff the opportunity of a free ride to ...
    textnewspaper     DID NOT CARE TO RIDE - The Toronto Globe says: Bailiff Smith went on board of the little tug Ida Stearns last Monday morning at Port Rowan with an attachment ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), Mar. 20, 1874
    Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), Mar. 20, 1874
    textnewspaper       * This is a typographical error. She was 809.28 g.t. (tonnage) when built, giving her a capacity of around 1400 t.To give a hint of what a vessel of this size might cost today (Sep, 2001), grade 2 white oak purchased in volume now sells for about $2 per board ...
    textnewspaper     * This is a typographical error. She was 809.28 g.t. (tonnage) when built, giving her a capacity of around 1400 t.To give a hint of what a vessel of this ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Post (Detroit, MI), November 11, 1874
    Detroit Post (Detroit, MI), November 11, 1874
    textnewspaper       A CAPTAIN UP A TREE. - The captain of the schooner Ben Franklin, at Oswego, discharged a gang of men he had hired to load his vessel; was sued for the amount of the contract, and resisted execution, ejecting the officer. On an attempt to arrest him for assault, he ...
    textnewspaper     A CAPTAIN UP A TREE. - The captain of the schooner Ben Franklin, at Oswego, discharged a gang of men he had hired to load his vessel; was sued for ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Post (Detroit, MI), Nov. 22, 1874
    Detroit Post (Detroit, MI), Nov. 22, 1874
    textnewspaper       MUTINY - James Moran, a marine on the revenue cutter Johnson, is to be tried for mutiny at Milwaukee on the 28th. Not long ago, during one of his periodical rumpusses on board the cutter, he discharged a pistol, seriously wounding himself, fortunately. He no sooner got back to his ...
    textnewspaper     MUTINY - James Moran, a marine on the revenue cutter Johnson, is to be tried for mutiny at Milwaukee on the 28th. Not long ago, during one of his periodical ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 1 Dec, 1874
    Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 1 Dec, 1874
    textnewspaper       THE SANDERSON - The last seen of the schooner Wm. Sanderson was at Cheboygan after the gale, at which place she called, it is thought, for repairs, if disabled by the storm. Snow storms subsequently set in which would probably further delay her....
    textnewspaper     THE SANDERSON - The last seen of the schooner Wm. Sanderson was at Cheboygan after the gale, at which place she called, it is thought, for repairs, if disabled by ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 3 Dec, 1874
    Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 3 Dec, 1874
    textnewspaper       MAKING INQUIRIES. - Messrs. ScottBrown, owners of the schooner W. Sanderson, which is still missing, are making diligent inquiries and collecting all the information possible as to her whereabouts. It is their purpose to obtain the deposition of vessel masters who may have seen the ...
    textnewspaper     MAKING INQUIRIES. - Messrs. ScottBrown, owners of the schooner W. Sanderson, which is still missing, are making diligent inquiries and collecting all the information possible as to her whereabouts. It ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 4 Dec, 1874
    Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 4 Dec, 1874
    textnewspaper       THE WM. SANDERSON LOST, WITH ALL HANDS. - The fate of the schooner Wm. Sanderson and that of her entire crew, which for some days past has been a mystery to her owners, has at length been solved by the discovery of the wreck broken up at Sleeping Bear, on ...
    textnewspaper     THE WM. SANDERSON LOST, WITH ALL HANDS. - The fate of the schooner Wm. Sanderson and that of her entire crew, which for some days past has been a mystery ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 4 Dec, 1874
    Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 4 Dec, 1874
    textnewspaper       WRECK OF THE SANDERSON. - Relative to the wreck of the Wm. Sanderson, the Chicago Inter-Ocean of the 3rd says: Empire dock is at the foot of Lake Michigan between Sleeping Bear and Point Betsey. There is a steep sandy bluff extending for miles and lake masters say it is ...
    textnewspaper     WRECK OF THE SANDERSON. - Relative to the wreck of the Wm. Sanderson, the Chicago Inter-Ocean of the 3rd says: Empire dock is at the foot of Lake Michigan between ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 4 Dec, 1874
    Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 4 Dec, 1874
    textnewspaper       GONE TO THE WRECK. - Captain H. L. Brown, of the firm of ScottBrown, left this city Wednesday evening for Sleeping Bear to examine into the condition of the schooner W. Sanderson, and discover if possible the whereabouts of the crew and if any of the bodies have been cast ...
    textnewspaper     GONE TO THE WRECK. - Captain H. L. Brown, of the firm of ScottBrown, left this city Wednesday evening for Sleeping Bear to examine into the condition of the schooner ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 8 Dec, 1874
    Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 8 Dec, 1874
    textnewspaper       CAPT. BROWN RETURNED. - Capt. H. L. Brown, of ScottBrown, who left here a few days since for Sleeping Bear to investigate concerning the loss of the schooner Wm. Sanderson, has just returned from that place. The vessel, broken up into fragments, was found strewn along the beach for quite ...
    textnewspaper     CAPT. BROWN RETURNED. - Capt. H. L. Brown, of ScottBrown, who left here a few days since for Sleeping Bear to investigate concerning the loss of the schooner Wm. Sanderson, ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 1 May, 1874
    Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 1 May, 1874
    textnewspaper       ...THE FIRST NAIL. - The Inter-Ocean* thinks the year 1874 drives the first...
    textnewspaper     ...THE FIRST NAIL. - The Inter-Ocean* thinks the year 1874 drives the first...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed., Aug. 5, 1874
    Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed., Aug. 5, 1874
    textnewspaper       A New Yacht.______The "Fascination" Launched from GobleMacfarlane's Yard______The yacht which has been in process of construction at the shipyard of GobleMacfarlane for some time past, was introduced to the water yesterday afternoon at six o'clock. This yacht, which is a ...
    textnewspaper     A New Yacht.______The "Fascination" Launched from GobleMacfarlane's Yard______The yacht which has been in process of construction at the shipyard of GobleMacfarlane for some time past, was introduced to the water ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 22 May, 1874
    Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 22 May, 1874
    textnewspaper       The bark RACINE (US#12708) was damaged in a stranding in the fall of 1873, which precipitated her conversion to a lumber barge. She continued in that capacity until being abandoned in 1908 or 09.
    textnewspaper     The bark RACINE (US#12708) was damaged in a stranding in the fall of 1873, which precipitated her conversion to a lumber barge. She continued in that capacity until being abandoned ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 3 Dec, 1874
    Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 3 Dec, 1874
    textnewspaper       *published New York City at least 1810 - 1944Many statements in this article are highly general and shouldn't be taken as very accurate, though it has some interesting information, especially on the tugs themselves.
    textnewspaper     *published New York City at least 1810 - 1944Many statements in this article are highly general and shouldn't be taken as very accurate, though it has some interesting information, especially ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 19 June 1874
    Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 19 June 1874
    textnewspaper       In mentioning the ONTARIO, the reported refers to the first American low-pressure engine or the first low pressure engine actually built on the lakes. The British/Canadian steamer FRONTENAC was actually launched some months earlier, though her engine was imported from England.
    textnewspaper     In mentioning the ONTARIO, the reported refers to the first American low-pressure engine or the first low pressure engine actually built on the lakes. The British/Canadian steamer FRONTENAC was actually ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 7 Jun, 1874
    Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 7 Jun, 1874
    textnewspaper       ...The large upper-lakes grain schooners being built in 1874 ran over 200...
    textnewspaper     ...The large upper-lakes grain schooners being built in 1874 ran over 200...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 18 Sep, 1874
    Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 18 Sep, 1874
    textnewspaper       LIGHTS ON GEORGIAN BAY. - For the guidance of shipping visiting the lumber sections in Georgian Bay there has been established by the Dominion Government no less than eleven lights, nine of which number are located on islands and can be seen from as far distant as any others on ...
    textnewspaper     LIGHTS ON GEORGIAN BAY. - For the guidance of shipping visiting the lumber sections in Georgian Bay there has been established by the Dominion Government no less than eleven lights, ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 16 May, 1874
    Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 16 May, 1874
    textnewspaper       The schooner Pamlico, owned by Capts. John and Redmond Prindiville, left her dock near Wells Street bridge yesterday morning at ten o'clock with a cargo of 25,000 bushels of wheat for Cork, Ireland. About 150 persons were collected at the south end of the Wells Street bridge to see the ...
    textnewspaper     The schooner Pamlico, owned by Capts. John and Redmond Prindiville, left her dock near Wells Street bridge yesterday morning at ten o'clock with a cargo of 25,000 bushels of wheat ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 23 May, 1874
    Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 23 May, 1874
    textnewspaper       HO! FOR CORK. - The schooner Pamlico, which, as was announced several days ago in THE FREE PRESS, has been chartered at Chicago to proceed to Ireland with a cargo of corn, took her departure from that port on the 14th inst., passed here en route to her destination yesterday ...
    textnewspaper     HO! FOR CORK. - The schooner Pamlico, which, as was announced several days ago in THE FREE PRESS, has been chartered at Chicago to proceed to Ireland with a cargo ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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