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  • Independent, 13 Jun 1890
    Independent, 13 Jun 1890
    Newspaper       Liberty Grove. J. Hogenson will be captain of the little schooner belonging to F. Hogenson of Ephraim and will run her during the summer.
    Newspaper     Liberty Grove. J. Hogenson will be captain of the little schooner belonging to F. Hogenson of Ephraim and will run her during the summer.
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Independent, 13 Jun 1890
    Independent, 13 Jun 1890
    Newspaper       Baileys Harbor. The schooner Starkey is at Brann's pier loading rail ties, and the scow Silver Lake is at Wohltmann's pier taking on a cargo of cordwood.
    Newspaper     Baileys Harbor. The schooner Starkey is at Brann's pier loading rail ties, and the scow Silver Lake is at Wohltmann's pier taking on a cargo of cordwood.
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  • Independent, 13 Jun 1890
    Independent, 13 Jun 1890
    Newspaper       Gibraltar. Ephraim, June 11.-Hogenson & Tennyson's new vessel was launched on Thursday. She will be ready to sail in about two weeks with Capt. Hogenson in command and Conrad Tennyson as mate. We wish them success.
    Newspaper     Gibraltar. Ephraim, June 11.-Hogenson & Tennyson's new vessel was launched on Thursday. She will be ready to sail in about two weeks with Capt. Hogenson in command and Conrad Tennyson …
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Independent, 13 Jun 1890
    Independent, 13 Jun 1890
    Newspaper       Gibraltar. On Tuesday the schooner Little Georgia made her first appearance for the season and took a cargo of wood. Our old friend and former townsman, Hans Gusta, is sailing on her.
    Newspaper     Gibraltar. On Tuesday the schooner Little Georgia made her first appearance for the season and took a cargo of wood. Our old friend and former townsman, Hans Gusta, is sailing …
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Independent, 13 Jun 1890
    Independent, 13 Jun 1890
    Newspaper       Gibraltar. Ephraim, June 11. --The schooner Norman stopped at Eagle Island on her way to Washington Harbor. The schooners Elva and Roving Star loaded cordwood on Friday.
    Newspaper     Gibraltar. Ephraim, June 11. --The schooner Norman stopped at Eagle Island on her way to Washington Harbor. The schooners Elva and Roving Star loaded cordwood on Friday.
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  • Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), Monday, September 14, 1868
    Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), Monday, September 14, 1868
    TextNewspaper       The new scow PHOENIX, Capt. George W. Reed, made this port on Sunday, with lumber from Menominee. She measures 125 feet over-all, 26 foot beam and 8 foot 6 inches in depth, in the lowest place, and 211.78 tons burden. She cost in the neighborhood of $16,000 and is the …
    TextNewspaper     The new scow PHOENIX, Capt. George W. Reed, made this port on Sunday, with lumber from Menominee. She measures 125 feet over-all, 26 foot beam and 8 foot 6 inches …
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  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Nov. 9, 1874
    Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Nov. 9, 1874
    TextNewspaper       Trouble In The Harbor ______ The Schooner Ben. Franklin and Her Captain Meet With a Series of Trials _____ Last Saturday afternoon Capt. Doville, of the schooner Ben. Franklin, chartered to Isaac Rice to carry a cargo of apples from this port to Montreal, and ...
    TextNewspaper     Trouble In The Harbor ______ The Schooner Ben. Franklin and Her Captain Meet With a Series of Trials _____ Last Saturday afternoon Capt. Doville, of the schooner Ben. Franklin, chartered …
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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 9 April 1867
    Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 9 April 1867
    TextNewspaper       Wire-Rigged Vessels. - Capt. Robert Gaskin, an old pioneer of the lakes, and general agent for the late improved fit-out for vessels known as the wire standing gear, has been in this city for several days past preparing to fit out for a number of vessels now in process of …
    TextNewspaper     Wire-Rigged Vessels. - Capt. Robert Gaskin, an old pioneer of the lakes, and general agent for the late improved fit-out for vessels known as the wire standing gear, has been …
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  • Detroit Post (Detroit, MI), Nov. 25, 1874
    Detroit Post (Detroit, MI), Nov. 25, 1874
    TextNewspaper       A CAPTAIN TOWED - During the gale of last Saturday night Capt. A. H. Watrous was bringing the scow Clara into the bay, and while rounding Sturgeon Point attempted to shift the boom, when a block gave way, the boom flew back, striking Capt. Watrous in the mouth and knocking …
    TextNewspaper     A CAPTAIN TOWED - During the gale of last Saturday night Capt. A. H. Watrous was bringing the scow Clara into the bay, and while rounding Sturgeon Point attempted to …
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  • St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Saturday, 9 December 1882
    St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Saturday, 9 December 1882
    TextNewspaper       "The steam barge R. G. Peters, which lay in this port and near Brown's ice-house, on the canal, a portion of last week, and left last Friday with the barge A. W. Luckey in tow, for Manistee, took fire and was burned some twenty-five miles off Milwaukee about 2 o'clock …
    TextNewspaper     "The steam barge R. G. Peters, which lay in this port and near Brown's ice-house, on the canal, a portion of last week, and left last Friday with the barge …
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  • Detroit Post and Tribune (Detroit, MI), Oct. 9, 1879
    Detroit Post and Tribune (Detroit, MI), Oct. 9, 1879
    TextNewspaper       The Scientific American article appeared in the Oct. 4, 1879 issue. The author apparently did not think much of Lloyd's, and one inflammatory sentence was removed for newspaper use: after "those on board" in the second paragraph, it adds, " The rating characteristics of vessels will then be determined by …
    TextNewspaper     The Scientific American article appeared in the Oct. 4, 1879 issue. The author apparently did not think much of Lloyd's, and one inflammatory sentence was removed for newspaper use: after …
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  • St. Joseph Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Saturday, 21 September 1878
    St. Joseph Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Saturday, 21 September 1878
    TextNewspaper       The Loss of the Schooner Mary. The following account of the loss of the schooner Mary, off New Buffalo, is given in the Chicago Inter-Ocean of Monday: New Buffalo, Mich., Sept. 13. - As you have already announced, the schooner Mary was lost on the night of Sept. 9. ...
    TextNewspaper     The Loss of the Schooner Mary. The following account of the loss of the schooner Mary, off New Buffalo, is given in the Chicago Inter-Ocean of Monday: New Buffalo, Mich., …
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Niles Republican (Niles, MI), 20 December 1856 (Saturday)
    Niles Republican (Niles, MI), 20 December 1856 (Saturday)
    TextNewspaper       A vessel which came from the City of New York named Thomas Bradley, is still on the beach about seven miles north of St. Joseph. She went ashore on the 4th of November. She was loaded in New York with machinery and merchandise. The machinery consisted of two engines, four …
    TextNewspaper     A vessel which came from the City of New York named Thomas Bradley, is still on the beach about seven miles north of St. Joseph. She went ashore on the …
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Oswego County Whig (Oswego, NY), Sat., July 2, 1842
    Oswego County Whig (Oswego, NY), Sat., July 2, 1842
    TextNewspaper       The New Steam Boat "Lady of the Lake." - This beautiful craft left our wharf last Wednesday morning, with a happy party of ladies and gentlemen, (the Utica band playing at the time "The Bonnie Boat.") for a pleasure excursion to Kingston, Ogdensburgh, & c. and returned on Thursday ...
    TextNewspaper     The New Steam Boat "Lady of the Lake." - This beautiful craft left our wharf last Wednesday morning, with a happy party of ladies and gentlemen, (the Utica band playing …
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Sault Star (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), Thur. Mar 12, 1959
    Sault Star (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), Thur. Mar 12, 1959
    TextNewspaper       Industry Opinions No Immediate Seaway Effects. Opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway this spring will not have any noticeable effect on the Sault, according to local businessmen and industrial representatives. For example, to fill orders in foreign markets Roddis ...
    TextNewspaper     Industry Opinions No Immediate Seaway Effects. Opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway this spring will not have any noticeable effect on the Sault, according to local businessmen and industrial representatives. …
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  • Marinette Eagle Star (Marinette, WI), March 24, 1950
    Marinette Eagle Star (Marinette, WI), March 24, 1950
    TextNewspaper       With the advent of springtime fancies of men young and old, don't always to thoughts of love. For instance, sometimes they turn to thoughts of sailing. And Capt. Filicano Manzzutti, skipper of the Yankcanuck, is no exception. The Yankcanuck wintered in the Menominee river harbor in the ...
    TextNewspaper     With the advent of springtime fancies of men young and old, don't always to thoughts of love. For instance, sometimes they turn to thoughts of sailing. And Capt. Filicano Manzzutti, …
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Sault Daily Star (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), Thursday May 14, 1970
    Sault Daily Star (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), Thursday May 14, 1970
    TextNewspaper       A chapter of Sault Ste. Marie and international shipping history closed quietly this morning when the freighters Mancox and Manzzutti were towed from port on their last trip. The two little ships are being towed to southern Ontario for scrapping. Taken under tow about 3 a.m. at ...
    TextNewspaper     A chapter of Sault Ste. Marie and international shipping history closed quietly this morning when the freighters Mancox and Manzzutti were towed from port on their last trip. The two …
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Joseph Evening Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Friday, April 19, 1907
    St. Joseph Evening Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Friday, April 19, 1907
    TextNewspaper       The schooner Elizabeth Day capsized in Lake Michigan off Pyramid point Wednesday night during a storm and is a total loss. The crew of four men left the schooner just before it went over and succeeded in getting to Sleeping Bear point in their yawl. The Day was 97 feet …
    TextNewspaper     The schooner Elizabeth Day capsized in Lake Michigan off Pyramid point Wednesday night during a storm and is a total loss. The crew of four men left the schooner just …
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  • St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Sat., 16 June 1883
    St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Sat., 16 June 1883
    TextNewspaper       Completed. The well-known Graham & Morton Transportation Company have their line of new boats completed, and in active service, their last steamer commencing her regular trips last week. The Company deserve much commendation for placing two such magnificent boats as the ...
    TextNewspaper     Completed. The well-known Graham & Morton Transportation Company have their line of new boats completed, and in active service, their last steamer commencing her regular trips last week. The Company …
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  • St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Saturday, 10 June 1882
    St. Joseph Traveler-Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Saturday, 10 June 1882
    TextNewspaper       The schooner Fortune Trial, which was in this port during the late blow, was struck by a squall some eighteen miles north of South Haven Thursday, and capsized. Her captain and a seaman were saved by a passing steam barge.
    TextNewspaper     The schooner Fortune Trial, which was in this port during the late blow, was struck by a squall some eighteen miles north of South Haven Thursday, and capsized. Her captain …
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