4 edition of Propeller St. Lawrence stranded in the Long Sault Rapids, May, 1858 found in the catalog.
|Statement||by R.H. Hamilton ; and corrections by Archibald Campbell.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (11 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||11|
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Propeller St. Lawrence stranded in the Long Sault Rapids, May, [microform]: general average statement Item PreviewPages: Get this from a library. Propeller St. Lawrence stranded in the Long Sault Rapids, May, general average statement. [R H Hamilton; Archibald Campbell]. Propeller St. Lawrence stranded in the Long Sault Rapids, May, [electronic resource]: general average statement / By R.
Hamilton and Archibald. CampbellAuthor: R. Hamilton and Archibald. Campbell. Saint Lawrence May (22) Schooner Days (1) Shipwreck news () St. Lawrence Gazette (2) The Monthly Nautical Magazine and Quarterly Review (1) The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (3) The Ontario and St.
Lawrence May Company's hand-book for travelers to Niagara Falls, Montreal and Quebec, and through Lake Champlain to Saratoga. THE DAWSON ROUTE: A PHASE OF WESTWARD EXPANSION The basic problem attacked in this thesis is the general lack of readily available knowledge concerning the Dawson Route.
While there is much material in manuscript collections and in government publications, little attention has been paid the route in other places.
Several scholars have dealt briefly with particular aspects of the route, but no. His wife Jane (or Jean) McLatchie Hunter, (to whom he was married 1 July at Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence County, New York), was born 26 June probably in The Hunter Settlement, probably on Concession 6, Edwardsburgh Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Canada West, daughter to Andrew Hunter and Janet (Jennet or Jeannette.
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permitted the organization of a congregation and the building of St. Peter's Church in Barclay Street with a parish unbounded even by state frontiers.
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Lawrence: Embracing Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Thousand Islands and River St. Lawrence, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, the Lower St. Lawrence, Halifax, St. John, Portland and Saguenay River, the White Mountains, Adirondacks and Saratoga, Atlantic Beaches, etc.
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ROBERTS - John Roberts, employed by the Machine Rapids Hydraulic company, was found drowned in the canal. He leaves a widow in Toronto. Licensed pilots with man crews came aboard to take each dram down the three major sets of rapids: the Long Sault which spilled for 20 miles into Lake St.
Francis; the Coteau, Cedars, Split Rock, and Cascade rapids from Valleyfield into Lake St. Louis; and finally the Lachine rapids at Montreal.
Some oil eventually reached as far down the river as Lake St. Lawrence and coated shoreline along the Long Sault Parkway on the Canadian side of the lake.
Clean-up lasted into the fall and cost in excess U.S. $8 million. On 23 Junethe tug O.W. CHENEY steamed out of Buffalo harbor in heavy fog to tow the steamer CHEMUNG into the harbor.
One may take the C. R., by way of Peterboro and Smith's\nFalls to Ottawa, and thence to Montreal (fare, $10). This is the most\ndirect route between Montreal and Ottawa. It runs through a newer\ncountry than that traversed by the Grand Trunk R., which skirts the\nlake and the St.
Lawrence all the way from Toronto to Montreal (fare,\n$10). Full text of "History of Toronto and County of York, Ontario: containing a history of the city of Toronto and the county of York, with the townships, towns, villages, churches, schools, general and local statistics, biographical sketches, etc., etc" See other formats.
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: Peculiarities of American Cities Author: Willard Glazier Release Date: Ma [EBook #] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG.
InALGOCEN stranded on South McNair Shoal in the St. Lawrence off Ogdensburg, N.Y. The ship was released and, after unloading at Port Cartier, sailed to Port Weller Dry Dock to spend from September 14 to October 10 on the shelf while a foot section of the bottom of the hull was repaired.
Wilkinson did not wish to attempt to shoot the Long Sault Rapids while the river was under Canadian fire. Accompanying Brown were Brig. John Boyd, an adventurer whom Brown despised, and Brig.
Robert Swartout. By 10 November, the American flotilla was below Cooks Point, some three kilometres (two miles) above the Long Sault. View Book Page: Book Viewer. About This Book near the foot of the Cedar Rapids on Saturday, July 8th, and a portion of it broke to pieces, some of the raftsmen being precipitated into the river, and with difficulty rescued from drowning by their comrades.
Sault St. Louis, founded that of Saint Francis Eegis, erectinga log-house for a. Welcome to Fran and Stephen's blog. We are retired folk who love boating.
We own a 37' Nordic Tug named Tug'n and we regularly boat in Georgian Bay .The postal system into which Canada was thus incorporated was of vast extent. It stretched from the river St. Lawrence to Florida. New York was its pivotal point, the mail couriers running north and south connecting there with one another, and with the packets from England.
The system was under the control of two deputies, of equal authority. INTRODUCTORY. The prosperous provinces of British North America, which now constitute the "Dominion of Canada," were, with the islands of Prince Edward and Newfoundland and the ou.