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  • Butterfield & Crable Sawmill
    ImageShip       "Butterfield & Crable Sawmill on north side of river above bridge in 1875. Mill built by George N. Fletcher in 1864. Burned 1884."
    ImageShip     "Butterfield & Crable Sawmill on north side of river above bridge in 1875. Mill built by George N. Fletcher in 1864. Burned 1884."
  • Churchill Lumber Mill
    ImageShip       The Churchill Mill was situated at the mouth of the Thunder Bay River and was originally built in the Winter of 1871 by F. N. Barlow. In 1877, W.L. and H.D. Churchill purchased the property. The mill was rebuilt twice after that. The mill employed about 55 men. The Churchill ...
    ImageShip     The Churchill Mill was situated at the mouth of the Thunder Bay River and was originally built in the Winter of 1871 by F. N. Barlow. In 1877, W.L. and ...
  • 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 ...
  • CITY OF MACKINAC and GOLDEN EAGLE in Thunder Bay River
    ImageShip       Passenger steamer CITY OF MACKINAC and tug GOLDEN EAGLE in the Thunder Bay River at Alpena, Michigan.
    ImageShip     Passenger steamer CITY OF MACKINAC and tug GOLDEN EAGLE in the Thunder Bay River at Alpena, Michigan.
  • Dredge AJAX
    ImageShip       The Huron Contracting Company was owned by Robert Haltiner. The company constructed many buildings in Alpena, including the Federal Building and Armory / Memorial Hall, both on Water Street along the Thunder Bay River. Shown in the river is one of the derricks, AJAX, used in construction.
    ImageShip     The Huron Contracting Company was owned by Robert Haltiner. The company constructed many buildings in Alpena, including the Federal Building and Armory / Memorial Hall, both on Water Street along ...
  • Dredge AJAX
    ImageShip       The Huron Contracting Company was owned by Robert Haltiner. The company constructed many buildings in Alpena, including the Federal Building and Armory / Memorial Hall, both on Water Street along the Thunder Bay River. Shown in the river is one of the derricks, AJAX, used in construction.
    ImageShip     The Huron Contracting Company was owned by Robert Haltiner. The company constructed many buildings in Alpena, including the Federal Building and Armory / Memorial Hall, both on Water Street along ...
  • Dredge DEFIANCE in Thunder Bay River
    ImageShip       Greiling Brothers Company of Green Bay Wisconsin dredge DEFIANCE working in the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. Herman A. and Charles H. Greiling became partners in 1894.
    ImageShip     Greiling Brothers Company of Green Bay Wisconsin dredge DEFIANCE working in the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. Herman A. and Charles H. Greiling became partners in 1894.
  • Passenger Steam PILGRIM
    ImageShip       Steamer PILGRIM coming into the mouth of the Thunder Bay River.
    ImageShip     Steamer PILGRIM coming into the mouth of the Thunder Bay River.
  • Schooner SEA BIRD in Thunder Bay River
    ImageShip       "Schooner SEABIRD Loading below 9th Street. Footbridge & Morse Mill at Dam, June 13, 1888"
    ImageShip     "Schooner SEABIRD Loading below 9th Street. Footbridge & Morse Mill at Dam, June 13, 1888"
  • Sidewheel Steamers CITY OF CLEVELAND, FLORA, and CITY OF MACKINAC in the Thunder Bay River, c1896.
    ImageShip       Sidewheel Steamers CITY OF CLEVELAND, FLORA, and CITY OF MACKINAC in the Thunder Bay River, c1896.
    ImageShip     Sidewheel Steamers CITY OF CLEVELAND, FLORA, and CITY OF MACKINAC in the Thunder Bay River, c1896.
  • Steamer in Thunder Bay River
    ImageShipmystery       A Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company steamer (Grummond's Mackinac Line) tied up in the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan during the winter.
    ImageShipmystery     A Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company steamer (Grummond's Mackinac Line) tied up in the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan during the winter.
  • Tug ARTHUR D.
    ImageShip       "Tug ARTHUR D., 1905"
    ImageShip     "Tug ARTHUR D., 1905"
  • Yacht WINYAH in the Thunder Bay River
    ImageShip       The yacht DUNGENESS was constructed in Maryland and delivered in 1894 as Andrew Carnegie's private yacht. Frank W. Fletcher purchased the yacht in 1898 and brought it to Alpena on Lake Huron, renaming it WINYAH. At 115 feet, it was one of the most elegant and showiest vessels of the ...
    ImageShip     The yacht DUNGENESS was constructed in Maryland and delivered in 1894 as Andrew Carnegie's private yacht. Frank W. Fletcher purchased the yacht in 1898 and brought it to Alpena on ...
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