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  • Anne Marie (1886)
    Anne Marie (1886)
    Ship       Official No.: 92345; 38x10x3 Owned by D. Gillies, Carleton Place Ont. ; Final Location: Lake Temiskaming, Quebec, Canada, Wrecked In Ice
    Ship     Official No.: 92345; 38x10x3 Owned by D. Gillies, Carleton Place Ont. ; Final Location: Lake Temiskaming, Quebec, Canada, Wrecked In Ice
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Argo (1882)
    Argo (1882)
    Ship       Official No.: 85356; 125x39x8 Owned by A. Lumsden, Ottawa, to Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. 1903. Built by E. Harper, L. Temiskaming, Que. Engine 24x72 by E. E. Gilbert, Montreal (made 1866), compounded 1895.
    Ship     Official No.: 85356; 125x39x8 Owned by A. Lumsden, Ottawa, to Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. 1903. Built by E. Harper, L. Temiskaming, Que. Engine 24x72 by E. E. Gilbert, Montreal (made …
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Comet (1900)
    Comet (1900)
    Ship       Official No.: 111446; 99x19x8 Owned by A. Lumsden, Ottawa. Lake Temiskaming passenger vessel. Destroyed by fire 02/08/02 Opinicon Narrows, Lake Temiskaming. ; Final Location: Lake Temiskaming, Quebec, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Official No.: 111446; 99x19x8 Owned by A. Lumsden, Ottawa. Lake Temiskaming passenger vessel. Destroyed by fire 02/08/02 Opinicon Narrows, Lake Temiskaming. ; Final Location: Lake Temiskaming, Quebec, Canada, Burnt
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Temiskaming Lake - Deaths by drowning of Mr. and Mrs. Alderic Racicot, three children, and Theodore Racicot
    Temiskaming Lake - Deaths by drowning of Mr. and Mrs. Alderic Racicot, three children, and Theodore Racicot
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 5 Jan 1928, Section 1, p. 1     ...
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 5 Jan 1928, Section 1, p. 1   ...
    Timmins Public Library
  • Transportation, Water - Lake Temiskaming Navigation Company bought by Richard Gibbons
    Transportation, Water - Lake Temiskaming Navigation Company bought by Richard Gibbons
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 3 Dec 1916, Section 1, p. 3     ...
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 3 Dec 1916, Section 1, p. 3   ...
    Timmins Public Library
  • Transportation: Water - The steamer "Temiskaming" under new owner, A. Velhest
    Transportation: Water - The steamer "Temiskaming" under new owner, A. Velhest
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 25 Mar 1926, Section 1, p. 3     ...
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 25 Mar 1926, Section 1, p. 3   ...
    Timmins Public Library
  • Wenona (1905)
    Wenona (1905)
    Shipcomment       Official No.: 107685; 67x10x5 Owned by Upper Ontario Steamboat Co., New Liskeard. Montreal River passenger vessel. ; Final Location: Lake Temiskaming, Ontario, Canada, Condemned
    Shipcomment     Official No.: 107685; 67x10x5 Owned by Upper Ontario Steamboat Co., New Liskeard. Montreal River passenger vessel. ; Final Location: Lake Temiskaming, Ontario, Canada, Condemned
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Aileen (1904)
    Aileen (1904)
    Ship       Official No.: 116834; First Rebuild: Official Number: 116834 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 69 x 12 -- 38 tons Rebuilt: in 1910 56x12x4 Owned by P. Cavanagh, Perth Ont. 1905; Upper Ontario Steamboat Co. 1907; Nipissing-Pontiac Steamboat Co. 1911, 1914. Built by F. Larochelle, Perth Ont. 1904, rebuilt to 69x12x4 1910. Passenger …
    Ship     Official No.: 116834; First Rebuild: Official Number: 116834 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 69 x 12 -- 38 tons Rebuilt: in 1910 56x12x4 Owned by P. Cavanagh, Perth Ont. 1905; Upper Ontario …
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Minerve (1887)
    Minerve (1887)
    Ship       Other Names: Meteor (1889); Official No.: 92670; First Rebuild: Official Number: 96709 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 105 x 24 -- 132 tons Rebuilt: Opemican, Quebec, Canada in 1889 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Opemican, Quebec, Canada 104x24x7 Owned by Lake Temiskaming Colonization Railway; to A. Lumsden, Ottawa 1888, 1903; Temiskaming Navigation …
    Ship     Other Names: Meteor (1889); Official No.: 92670; First Rebuild: Official Number: 96709 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 105 x 24 -- 132 tons Rebuilt: Opemican, Quebec, Canada in 1889 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: …
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Emerillon (1883)
    Emerillon (1883)
    Ship       Official No.: 92293; 40x8x10 Owned by Lake Temiskaming Colonization Railway, to Canadian Pacific Railway 1897. Abandoned 1898, Snake Creek, Lake Temiskaming. ; Final Location: Lake Temiskaming, Ontario, Canada, Abandoned
    Ship     Official No.: 92293; 40x8x10 Owned by Lake Temiskaming Colonization Railway, to Canadian Pacific Railway 1897. Abandoned 1898, Snake Creek, Lake Temiskaming. ; Final Location: Lake Temiskaming, Ontario, Canada, Abandoned
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Geisha (1900)
    Geisha (1900)
    Ship       Official No.: 107710; 51x10x4 Owned by J. Hendry, Toronto 1901; Brickenden & Hendry 1907; to Upper Ontario Steamboat Co. Built by J. Hendry, Toronto. Engine 6½x7 by Doty Engine Works. Built as yacht, moved to Lake Temiskaming 1903. On Larder Lake briefly c1905. ; Final Location: (On Lake Temiskaming), Broken …
    Ship     Official No.: 107710; 51x10x4 Owned by J. Hendry, Toronto 1901; Brickenden & Hendry 1907; to Upper Ontario Steamboat Co. Built by J. Hendry, Toronto. Engine 6½x7 by Doty Engine Works. …
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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