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  • CITY OF MACKINAC
    ImageShip       D & C [Detroit & Cleveland] steamer, CITY OF MACKINAC, aground at mouth of Thunder Bay River. July 1918.
    ImageShip     D & C [Detroit & Cleveland] steamer, CITY OF MACKINAC, aground at mouth of Thunder Bay River. July 1918.
  • CITY OF ALPENA in Thunder Bay River
    ImageShip       Passenger steamer CITY OF ALPENA at dock in the Thunder Bay River at Alpena, Michigan.
    ImageShip     Passenger steamer CITY OF ALPENA at dock in the Thunder Bay River at Alpena, Michigan.
  • CITY OF ALPENA in Thunder Bay River
    ImageShip       Passenger steamer CITY OF ALPENA at dock in the Thunder Bay River at Alpena, Michigan.
    ImageShip     Passenger steamer CITY OF ALPENA at dock in the Thunder Bay River at Alpena, Michigan.
  • Middle Island:  Unidentified Package Freighter
    ImageShipmystery       An unidentified package freighter sailing past Middle Island.
    ImageShipmystery     An unidentified package freighter sailing past Middle Island.
  • Vessel SCRANTON of the Huron Portland Cement Company
    ImageShip       The package freighter SCRANTON was built in Cleveland in 1883. It is picture here near the Huron Portland Cement Company around 1913 when it carried bagged cement and was owned by the Sidney C. McLouth Transit Company.
    ImageShip     The package freighter SCRANTON was built in Cleveland in 1883. It is picture here near the Huron Portland Cement Company around 1913 when it carried bagged cement and was owned ...
  • CITY OF ALPENA entering Thunder Bay River
    ImageShip       Built in 1897 as the CITY OF ALPENA, she was renamed to CITY OF ALPENA II in 1912 and was owned by the Detroit and Cleveland Steam Navigation Company until 1921.
    ImageShip     Built in 1897 as the CITY OF ALPENA, she was renamed to CITY OF ALPENA II in 1912 and was owned by the Detroit and Cleveland Steam Navigation Company until ...
  • LAKE TRAVERSE (1918)
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  • ROCHESTER (1910, Propeller)
    Ship       Other Names: CAPE ETERNITY;GEORGIAN;AVALON II;HA-SIN; Official No.: 207073; Dimensions (LBD): 246' x 42' x 15' ; 1913 Ordered sold by court to satisfy $500,000 claim by Rhode Island convention group for water borne illness. 1913-20 Owned, Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., Oswego, NY; 246.66' x 42.25' x 14.5'; 2,484 gross tons. ...
    Ship     Other Names: CAPE ETERNITY;GEORGIAN;AVALON II;HA-SIN; Official No.: 207073; Dimensions (LBD): 246' x 42' x 15' ; 1913 Ordered sold by court to satisfy $500,000 claim by Rhode Island convention group ...
  • ACCOMMODATION (1910, Propeller)
    Ship       Other Names: VICTORIA; Official No.: 126460; Dimensions (LBD): 152' x 36' x 7' ; Pre 1915 Owned H. Beauchemin, Sorel, QUE. 1915 Registration closed, "To U.S.A. Register." 1917 Owned in United States. Rebuilt at Buffalo, NY; 122 x 36 x 11; 596 gross tons. Renamed VICTORIA; US166615; freight service. 1925 ...
    Ship     Other Names: VICTORIA; Official No.: 126460; Dimensions (LBD): 152' x 36' x 7' ; Pre 1915 Owned H. Beauchemin, Sorel, QUE. 1915 Registration closed, "To U.S.A. Register." 1917 Owned in ...
  • GILLEN, MARTIN J. (1912, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Other Names: GILLEN, MARTIN J.; Official No.: 209605; Dimensions (LBD): 72' x 21' x 9.6' ; 1920 Renamed MARTIN J. GILLEN, Milwaukee, WI.; Original Owner: Edward E. Gillen Towing Co.
    Ship     Other Names: GILLEN, MARTIN J.; Official No.: 209605; Dimensions (LBD): 72' x 21' x 9.6' ; 1920 Renamed MARTIN J. GILLEN, Milwaukee, WI.; Original Owner: Edward E. Gillen Towing Co.
  • NOKOMIS (1917, Yacht)
    Ship       Official No.: 214877; Final Date: 1938; Dimensions (LBD): 225.25' x 31.66' x 19.5' ; 1917, Jun 17 Owned U.S. Navy; 243 x 31.83 x 12.83; NOKOMIS (SP-609). 1917, Dec 3 Commissioned at Philadelphia, PA. 1918, Jan - 1919, Aug Served at Brest, France as part of U.S. Patrol Squadron. 1921, ...
    Ship     Official No.: 214877; Final Date: 1938; Dimensions (LBD): 225.25' x 31.66' x 19.5' ; 1917, Jun 17 Owned U.S. Navy; 243 x 31.83 x 12.83; NOKOMIS (SP-609). 1917, Dec 3 ...
  • GERONIA (1911, Propeller)
    Ship       Other Names: SYRACUSE;CAPE TRINITY; Official No.: 111964; Final Date: 1937; Dimensions (LBD): 219.5' x 42' x 10.33' ; 1913 Owned Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., Montreal, QUE. 1915 Renamed SYRACUSE. 1920 Renamed CAPE TRINITY. 1937 Scrapped North Tonawanda, NY.; Original Owner: Ontario & Quebec Navigation Co., Ltd.; Final Location: North Tonawanda, ...
    Ship     Other Names: SYRACUSE;CAPE TRINITY; Official No.: 111964; Final Date: 1937; Dimensions (LBD): 219.5' x 42' x 10.33' ; 1913 Owned Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., Montreal, QUE. 1915 Renamed SYRACUSE. 1920 ...
  • MARGARET (1913, Yacht)
    Ship       Official No.: 212172; Dimensions (LBD): 122.75' x 18' x 9.66' ; 1917 - 1920 Owned U.S.Navy, Washington, D.C. 1920 Rebuilt, 140' x 18' x 10.58, 175 gross tons. 1920 - 1931 Owned U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District. 1931 Decommissioned, presumed dismantled.; Original Owner: United States
    Ship     Official No.: 212172; Dimensions (LBD): 122.75' x 18' x 9.66' ; 1917 - 1920 Owned U.S.Navy, Washington, D.C. 1920 Rebuilt, 140' x 18' x 10.58, 175 gross tons. 1920 - ...
  • JOHNSON, JOHN D. (1913, Propeller)
    Ship       Other Names: WELCOME; Official No.: 211540; Dimensions (LBD): 53' x 16' x 6' ; 1917 Converted to gas; owned C.A. Armstrong, Detroit, MI. 1930 Owned James C. Moore, Algonac, MI. 1937 Owned Basil Davis, Chicago, IL. 1940 Owned Bernice F. Foster, Chicago; name changed to WELCOME. 1948 Owned Inland Steel ...
    Ship     Other Names: WELCOME; Official No.: 211540; Dimensions (LBD): 53' x 16' x 6' ; 1917 Converted to gas; owned C.A. Armstrong, Detroit, MI. 1930 Owned James C. Moore, Algonac, MI. ...
  • ISLINDA (1910, Propeller)
    Ship       Official No.: 126772; Dimensions (LBD): 80' x 16' x 5'
    Ship     Official No.: 126772; Dimensions (LBD): 80' x 16' x 5'
  • WEBSTER, JOHN (1917, Ferry)
    Ship       Other Names: LAWRENCE; Official No.: 214973; Final Date: 1934
    Ship     Other Names: LAWRENCE; Official No.: 214973; Final Date: 1934
  • CITY OF DOVER (1916, Propeller)
    Ship       Official No.: 126647; Final Date: 1960; Dimensions (LBD): 74.66' x 20.33' x 7' ; 1917 Ran Erie - Port Dover, ONT. 1960 Broken keel; dismantled & hull abandoned.; Original Owner: Kolbe, et al.; Final Location: Port Severn, ONT. Georgian Bay., Dismantled.
    Ship     Official No.: 126647; Final Date: 1960; Dimensions (LBD): 74.66' x 20.33' x 7' ; 1917 Ran Erie - Port Dover, ONT. 1960 Broken keel; dismantled & hull abandoned.; Original Owner: ...
  • NORWAY (1910)
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  • MILLER LEONARD B (1910)
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  • GOODYEAR FRANK H (1917)
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