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  • The Propeller Ontario a Slaver
    The Propeller Ontario a Slaver
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 24 Apr 1854, p. 2    

    The Propeller Ontario a Slaver.--Some eight years since, a propeller was built at the upper landing, at Rochester, N. Y., by Goerge Steers, -- since famous as the builder of the America yacht,--and called the Ontario. She was unforunate in the lake ...

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 24 Apr 1854, p. 2  

    The Propeller Ontario a Slaver.--Some eight years since, a propeller was built at the upper landing, at Rochester, N. Y., by Goerge Steers, -- since famous as the builder of ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Accident to the Propeller Ontonagon
    Accident to the Propeller Ontonagon
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 31 Aug 1858    

    ACCIDENT TO THE PROPELLER ONTONAGON.-- The propeller Ontonagon, one of the boats of the Collingwood Route, we learn from the Buffalo Express, burst her cylinder head whilst coming along side of the dock at Collingwood, on Tuesday last. It will take ...

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 31 Aug 1858  

    ACCIDENT TO THE PROPELLER ONTONAGON.-- The propeller Ontonagon, one of the boats of the Collingwood Route, we learn from the Buffalo Express, burst her cylinder head whilst coming along side ...

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  • The Accident to the Arctic
    The Accident to the Arctic
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 30 Sep 1853     The Accident to the Arctic

    Chicago Dem. Press Office. Sept. 29th 6 p.m.

    To the Sentinel

    The U.S. Steamer Michigan has just arrived in port having in tow the Arctic, which broke her shaft on her way to Milwaukee, about 25 ...

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 30 Sep 1853   The Accident to the Arctic

    Chicago Dem. Press Office. Sept. 29th 6 p.m.

    To the Sentinel

    The U.S. Steamer Michigan has just arrived in port having in tow the ...

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  • New Steamboat
    New Steamboat
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 10 Apr 1838, p. 2    

    The new Steam Boat will be launched on Saturday next, at 3 o'clock P.M.

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 10 Apr 1838, p. 2  

    The new Steam Boat will be launched on Saturday next, at 3 o'clock P.M.

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  • Propeller Emigrant
    Propeller Emigrant
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 27 Jul 1844, p. 2    

    Propeller Emigrant.-- This steam vessel arrived at Milwaukie, last evening, with 300 passenges and their baggage and 10 tons of merchandise, all for Milwaukie.

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 27 Jul 1844, p. 2  

    Propeller Emigrant.-- This steam vessel arrived at Milwaukie, last evening, with 300 passenges and their baggage and 10 tons of merchandise, all for Milwaukie.

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  • Lake Fare
    Lake Fare
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 3 Jun 1843, p. 1    

    Lake Fare.-- The price of passage in the steamers forming the Combination Line is a matter of great interest to the public. it is one under the decided conviction that low fares will better promote the interests of the proprietors of the lake steamers than high ones, and the public ...

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 3 Jun 1843, p. 1  

    Lake Fare.-- The price of passage in the steamers forming the Combination Line is a matter of great interest to the public. it is one under the decided conviction that ...

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  • Slander
    Slander
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 27 May 1843, p. 2    

    Slander.--We were informed a few days since that a report was in circulation at Buffalo, that Cameron Reed Engineer and Wm. Caswell, Mariner, had for some misdemeanors sloped from Milwaukie for Texas. We are acquainted with the individuals, and have never heard of their violating the ...

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 27 May 1843, p. 2  

    Slander.--We were informed a few days since that a report was in circulation at Buffalo, that Cameron Reed Engineer and Wm. Caswell, Mariner, had for some misdemeanors sloped from Milwaukie ...

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  • New Steam Propeller
    New Steam Propeller
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 24 Jun 1843, p. 1    

    The new Steam Propeller, brig rigged, with 300 passengers will be in the Milwaukie Bay to-day. She is said to be a nice craft, with a clever Captain.

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 24 Jun 1843, p. 1  

    The new Steam Propeller, brig rigged, with 300 passengers will be in the Milwaukie Bay to-day. She is said to be a nice craft, with a clever Captain.

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  • Propeller Hercules
    Propeller Hercules
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 14 Sep 1844, p. 3    

    The Propeller Herculus [sic] arrived here yesterday morning from Buffalo via Grand River, with a large load of passengers and freight.-- She passed this side of Detroit the Brigs, Proble and Europe and Schooners Marion, Champion and Millard, bound up.

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 14 Sep 1844, p. 3  

    The Propeller Herculus [sic] arrived here yesterday morning from Buffalo via Grand River, with a large load of passengers and freight.-- She passed this side of Detroit the Brigs, Proble ...

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  • Propeller Samson
    Propeller Samson
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 7 Oct 1843, p. 2    

    The Propeller Samson, left Monday with a full load of passengers, wheat and flour all from Milwaukie.

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 7 Oct 1843, p. 2  

    The Propeller Samson, left Monday with a full load of passengers, wheat and flour all from Milwaukie.

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  • Propeller Emigrant
    Propeller Emigrant
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 24 Jun 1843, p. 2    

    The new and elegant steam propeller Emigrant landed on Tuesday evening last, at the Pier, upwards of 100 passengers and about 40 tons merchandize. The Emigrant is the crack propeller; and she is truly a noble craft -- well worthy the taste and enterprise of the Clevelanders, and their ingenious ...

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 24 Jun 1843, p. 2  

    The new and elegant steam propeller Emigrant landed on Tuesday evening last, at the Pier, upwards of 100 passengers and about 40 tons merchandize. The Emigrant is the crack propeller; ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Jul 1842, p. 2
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Jul 1842, p. 2
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    A fine buck was run down, after a chase of two miles, on Monday evening, by the steamer C. C. Trowbridge, Capt. LANE. The weather was very warm, and the animal had probably gone into the Lake to have a little fine sport in the way of swimming. He had ...

    NewspaperText    

    A fine buck was run down, after a chase of two miles, on Monday evening, by the steamer C. C. Trowbridge, Capt. LANE. The weather was very warm, and the ...

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  • Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Nov 1842, p. 2
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Nov 1842, p. 2
    NewspaperText      

    The little Steamer Trowbridge is ashore at the mouth of the river. It is humiliating to reflect upon the loss of life and property at the mouth of our river, and of the negligence of Congress in not granting some aid for the protection of Commerce in Wisconsin Territory.

    ...
    NewspaperText    

    The little Steamer Trowbridge is ashore at the mouth of the river. It is humiliating to reflect upon the loss of life and property at the mouth of our river, ...

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  • Storage, Forwarding & Commission
    Storage, Forwarding & Commission
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Apr 1842, p. 3     Storage, Forwarding & Commission

    The Undersigned here recently taken the Forwarding House of Geo. D. Dousman in Milwaukie, in connection with the Steamboat C. C. Trowbridge, and have associated themselves together under the firm of W. W. Brown & Co. for the purpose of doing a ...

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Apr 1842, p. 3   Storage, Forwarding & Commission

    The Undersigned here recently taken the Forwarding House of Geo. D. Dousman in Milwaukie, in connection with the Steamboat C. C. Trowbridge, and have associated themselves ...

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  • Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Jul 1842, p. 2
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 23 Jul 1842, p. 2
    NewspaperText      

    A long, low, dark looking schooner, of rather a suspicious character, was seen off in the Lake a few days since, and so much anxiety was manifested by some of our inhabitants respecting her, that the steamer Trowbridge went out to pay her a visit. On board was found our ...

    NewspaperText    

    A long, low, dark looking schooner, of rather a suspicious character, was seen off in the Lake a few days since, and so much anxiety was manifested by some of ...

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  • Western Lake Freights
    Western Lake Freights
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 3 Jun 1843, p. 1     Despite this the same issue of the Sentinel had a story about the formation of the steamboat association for that season.
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 3 Jun 1843, p. 1   Despite this the same issue of the Sentinel had a story about the formation of the steamboat association for that season.
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  • Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 3 Jun 1843, p. 1
    Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 3 Jun 1843, p. 1
    NewspaperText      

    By the association of Lake Steamers, which has lately been formed, we are to have a line of the finest boats running from Chicago to Buffalo through the season. The boats are all of the first class -- and in point of speed and elegance cannot be equalled by any ...

    NewspaperText    

    By the association of Lake Steamers, which has lately been formed, we are to have a line of the finest boats running from Chicago to Buffalo through the season. The ...

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  • Trowbridge
    Trowbridge
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 17 Jun 1843, p. 2    

    The Steamboat TROWBRIDGE, which plies between Green Bay, Milwaukie, &c &c., has been greatly enlarged. She was launched at Milwaukie a few days ago, and forthwith takes her port. [Rochester Dem.

    Well, really, DAWSON, you do make some of the most unaccountably strange mistakes.-- The C. ...

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 17 Jun 1843, p. 2  

    The Steamboat TROWBRIDGE, which plies between Green Bay, Milwaukie, &c &c., has been greatly enlarged. She was launched at Milwaukie a few days ago, and forthwith takes her port. [Rochester ...

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  • The Steamer Trowbridge
    The Steamer Trowbridge
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 6 Apr 1844, p. 1    

    The Steamer Trowbridge.--This harbor steamboat has been overhauled and thoroughly repaired and made her appearance up and down the river on Monday. She runs well. Capt. Cross has her in command and Cam Reed is engineer.

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 6 Apr 1844, p. 1  

    The Steamer Trowbridge.--This harbor steamboat has been overhauled and thoroughly repaired and made her appearance up and down the river on Monday. She runs well. Capt. Cross has her in ...

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  • Harbor Steamboat
    Harbor Steamboat
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 4 Jun 1839, p. 2    

    The Harbor Steamboat belonging to the west ward is now in "full tide of successful experiment," with a new engine, and under the command of Capt. Crawford. She touches only on the west side.

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 4 Jun 1839, p. 2  

    The Harbor Steamboat belonging to the west ward is now in "full tide of successful experiment," with a new engine, and under the command of Capt. Crawford. She touches only ...

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