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  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 23 May 1820, p. 3, column 2
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 23 May 1820, p. 3, column 2
    NewspaperNewspaper       We are requested to state, that a vessel called the "Maria, of Cuyahoga," was driven ashore on the 5th inst. at Rose's Point, above Fort Erie. She is considerably injured, and her masts, rudder, &c. lost. Buffalo Journal
    NewspaperNewspaper     We are requested to state, that a vessel called the "Maria, of Cuyahoga," was driven ashore on the 5th inst. at Rose's Point, above Fort Erie. She is considerably injured, ...
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  • Rocking Power-Plant of Old Blockade Runner: Schooner Days CCCXCVIII (398)
    Rocking Power-Plant of Old Blockade Runner: Schooner Days CCCXCVIII (398)
    Newspaper  Snider, Roy, Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 20 May 1939     Rocking Power-Plant of Old Blockade Runner Schooner Days CCCXCVIII (398)

    Contributed by Roy Snider, who knows steam

    _______

    "LET'er Be," "Chicora," or "Warrenco." Name her as you ...

    Newspaper  Snider, Roy, Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 20 May 1939   Rocking Power-Plant of Old Blockade Runner Schooner Days CCCXCVIII (398)

    Contributed by Roy Snider, who knows steam

    _______

    "LET'er Be," "Chicora," or "Warrenco." Name her ...

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  • Paging Oklahoma Sam - He's Wanted OFF The Telephone: Schooner Days CCCLXXVII (377)
    Paging Oklahoma Sam - He's Wanted OFF The Telephone: Schooner Days CCCLXXVII (377)
    Newspaper  Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 24 Dec 1938     Paging Oklahoma Sam - He's Wanted OFF The Telephone Schooner Days CCCLXXVII (377)

    by C. H. J. Snider

    _______

    >VII.

    GOING up to Lake Superior in ...

    Newspaper  Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 24 Dec 1938   Paging Oklahoma Sam - He's Wanted OFF The Telephone Schooner Days CCCLXXVII (377)

    by C. H. J. Snider

    _______

    >VII.

    GOING up to Lake Superior ...

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  • Vertical Tubular Diaphragm Boiler
    Vertical Tubular Diaphragm Boiler
    Newspaper  Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 8 Mar 1851, p. 3    
    Newspaper  Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 8 Mar 1851, p. 3  
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  • The Wilmington, N. C., Steamship Line
    The Wilmington, N. C., Steamship Line
    Newspaper  Evening Post (New York, NY), 3 Sep 1852, p. 3     The Wilmington, N. C., Steamship Line TO SAIL ON SATURDAY, 4TH SEPTEMBER AT 4 O'CLOCK., P.M. The substantial and fast propeller ONTARIO, I. CHASE, Commander

    will be despatched as above.

    The despatch and the certainty of the time of receiving goods ...

    Newspaper  Evening Post (New York, NY), 3 Sep 1852, p. 3   The Wilmington, N. C., Steamship Line TO SAIL ON SATURDAY, 4TH SEPTEMBER AT 4 O'CLOCK., P.M. The substantial and fast propeller ONTARIO, I. CHASE, Commander

    will be despatched as above.

    ...
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  • Great Gardenia is No More:  Schooner Days CCCC (400)
    Great Gardenia is No More: Schooner Days CCCC (400)
    Newspaper  Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 3 Jun 1939, Section Sports, p. 1     GARDENIA IS NO MORE Schooner Days CCCC By C. H. J. SNIDER

    SHE was the last queen of a proud line, the cutters of the Royal Canadian Yacht Club fleet. Gardenia was her name.

    Long and noble was the succes­sion. The old iron Rivet, built be­ fore the days of ...

    Newspaper  Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 3 Jun 1939, Section Sports, p. 1   GARDENIA IS NO MORE Schooner Days CCCC By C. H. J. SNIDER

    SHE was the last queen of a proud line, the cutters of the Royal Canadian Yacht Club fleet. ...

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  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 20 Jun 1820, p. 3, column 1
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 20 Jun 1820, p. 3, column 1
    Newspaper       A man by the name of John Fowles, a sailor on board the schooner Neptune. while passing up the Detroit River, was struck by lightning, on the 9th inst., and expired instantly.
    Newspaper     A man by the name of John Fowles, a sailor on board the schooner Neptune. while passing up the Detroit River, was struck by lightning, on the 9th inst., and ...
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  • Storm and Shipwrecks
    Storm and Shipwrecks
    Newspaper  Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 24 Oct 1820, p. 3, column 1     A series of corrections to these statements in a following issue.
    Newspaper  Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 24 Oct 1820, p. 3, column 1   A series of corrections to these statements in a following issue.
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  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 31 Oct 1820, p. 3, column 1
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 31 Oct 1820, p. 3, column 1
    Newspaper      

    The statement in our last paper, respecting the shipwrecks, was in several particulars incorrect. The schooner Aurora rode out the gale without injury. The schooner Wolf was beached near Buffalo. The schooner Commodore Perry remains on shore, having received considerable injury, The Erie Gazette ...

    Newspaper    

    The statement in our last paper, respecting the shipwrecks, was in several particulars incorrect. The schooner Aurora rode out the gale without injury. The schooner Wolf was beached near Buffalo. ...

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  • Packet Crazy Jane
    Packet Crazy Jane
    Newspaper       PACKET THE CRAZY JANE

    WILL run constantly between FORT GEORGE and YORK--Passengers can be well accommodated.

    SERLO LANGSDON

    August 16, 1816

    ...
    Newspaper     PACKET THE CRAZY JANE

    WILL run constantly between FORT GEORGE and YORK--Passengers can be well accommodated.

    SERLO LANGSDON

    August 16, 1816

    ...
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  • Packet between Fort George & York
    Packet between Fort George & York
    Newspaper       PACKET BETWEEN FORT GEORGE & YORK

    THE Subscriber wishes to inform the Public, that he intends the Schooner ASP, of Kingston, to sail from Fort George to York, on Thursday next, Wind and Weather permitting; and will continue to cross and recross, whenever the wind ...

    Newspaper     PACKET BETWEEN FORT GEORGE & YORK

    THE Subscriber wishes to inform the Public, that he intends the Schooner ASP, of Kingston, to sail from Fort George to York, on Thursday ...

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  • Schooners GENERAL BROCK, and ELIZABETH
    Schooners GENERAL BROCK, and ELIZABETH
    Newspaper       Schooners GENERAL BROCK AND ELIZABETH

    WILL be ready for the Lakes as soon as the Navigation opens, and will be complete for the season, for accommodating Passengers or Goods of any description.

    All those that have Property that they want transported from ...

    Newspaper     Schooners GENERAL BROCK AND ELIZABETH

    WILL be ready for the Lakes as soon as the Navigation opens, and will be complete for the season, for accommodating Passengers or Goods of ...

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  • Steam-Boat Queenston
    Steam-Boat Queenston
    Newspaper  Rochester Telegraph (Rochester, NY), 28 May 1827, p. 3     Canadian Steam-Boat Notice ON Lake Ontario. The Publick are informed that the STEAM-BOAT QUEENSTON CAPT. JOSEPH WHITNEY,

    Has commenced making her regular trips, and will, during the summer, leave the different Ports as ...

    Newspaper  Rochester Telegraph (Rochester, NY), 28 May 1827, p. 3   Canadian Steam-Boat Notice ON Lake Ontario. The Publick are informed that the STEAM-BOAT QUEENSTON CAPT. JOSEPH WHITNEY,

    Has commenced making her regular trips, and will, during the summer, leave ...

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  • Canadian Line of Steamboats, On Lake Ontario
    Canadian Line of Steamboats, On Lake Ontario
    Newspaper  New York Spectator (New York, NY), 19 Jul 1825     CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMBOATS, ON LAKE ONTARIO FRONTENAC, AND QUEENSTON.

    The FRONTENAC, Captain MCKENSIE [sic], will leave Niagara every Saturday afternoon for Kingston--and leave Kingston for York and Niagara, every Wednesday afternoon.

    The QUEENSTON, ...

    Newspaper  New York Spectator (New York, NY), 19 Jul 1825   CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMBOATS, ON LAKE ONTARIO FRONTENAC, AND QUEENSTON.

    The FRONTENAC, Captain MCKENSIE [sic], will leave Niagara every Saturday afternoon for Kingston--and leave Kingston for York and Niagara, every ...

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  • Controvery
    Controvery
    Newspaper  Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 13 Feb 1821, p. 2, column 1     Controversy. Captain Jesse D. Elliott, of the United States Navy, has found it necessary to address the public on the subject of an anonymous pamphlet which has lately been published at Washington. As far as we can gather, it appears that the late Commodore Perry had intended to arraign Capt. ...
    Newspaper  Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 13 Feb 1821, p. 2, column 1   Controversy. Captain Jesse D. Elliott, of the United States Navy, has found it necessary to address the public on the subject of an anonymous pamphlet which has lately been published ...
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  • Oswego Harbor
    Oswego Harbor
    Newspaper  Gleason's Pictorial Companion, 19 Jun 1852, p. 400    

    The picture herewith presented is a representation made during the last winter, is the bed of the river forming the harbor in the city of Oswego. The excavation was made by means of a coffer dam, erected so as to embrace an area of about three acres, extending from the ...

    Newspaper  Gleason's Pictorial Companion, 19 Jun 1852, p. 400  

    The picture herewith presented is a representation made during the last winter, is the bed of the river forming the harbor in the city of Oswego. The excavation was made ...

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  • Destruction of Steamer Atlantic
    Destruction of Steamer Atlantic
    Newspaper       The scene which is represented by our artist below, was a most heart-rending catastrophe. At the time of the collision a dense fog was prevailing. The passengers were all in bed, and the Atlantic was in charge of the first mate. Immediately following the collision the utmost confusion prevailed ...
    Newspaper     The scene which is represented by our artist below, was a most heart-rending catastrophe. At the time of the collision a dense fog was prevailing. The passengers were all in ...
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  • Seventy Years Sailing Schooner Days  Out Of Southampton: Schooner Days CCCCV (405)
    Seventy Years Sailing Schooner Days Out Of Southampton: Schooner Days CCCCV (405)
    Newspaper  Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 8 Jul 1939, Section Sports, p. 1     Seventy Years Sailing Schooner Days Out Of Southampton Schooner Days CCCCV (405)

    By C.H. J.Snider


    HE doesn't remember when he started sailing. Probably as soon as he emerged from three-cornered pants; maybe before. His was a lake-going family, ...

    Newspaper  Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 8 Jul 1939, Section Sports, p. 1   Seventy Years Sailing Schooner Days Out Of Southampton Schooner Days CCCCV (405)

    By C.H. J.Snider


    HE doesn't remember when he started sailing. Probably as soon as he ...

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  • Gale on Lake Ontario
    Gale on Lake Ontario
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Onondaga Gazette (Baldwinsville, NY), 19 Apr 1849     Gale on Lake Ontario _____

    There was a severe gale on Lake Ontario on Friday and Saturday last, which did much damage. The steamer Lady of the Lake, which left Lewiston at 4 o'clock on Friday afternoon, broke her shaft at 10 the same night. The Captain threw over ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Onondaga Gazette (Baldwinsville, NY), 19 Apr 1849   Gale on Lake Ontario _____

    There was a severe gale on Lake Ontario on Friday and Saturday last, which did much damage. The steamer Lady of the Lake, which ...

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  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 9 May 1820, p. 3, column 1
    Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), 9 May 1820, p. 3, column 1
    NewspaperNewspaper       The steam-boat, Walk-ln-the-Water. Capt. Rogers, arrived at this port on Sunday last, from Buffalo, being her first trip of this season. She left that place about 9 o'clock on Saturday morning last, and arrived here the next day at 2 o'clock PM. This is the shortest passage, we believe, she ...
    NewspaperNewspaper     The steam-boat, Walk-ln-the-Water. Capt. Rogers, arrived at this port on Sunday last, from Buffalo, being her first trip of this season. She left that place about 9 o'clock on Saturday ...
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