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ANIMALS Page Index
Fish species in Canadian Lake Superior by John L. Goodier 51.1(1995): 32-48

Fishing in Lake Superior by William E. Scott 2.2(1946): 81-85

Fresh-water garfish 8.2(1952): 135-36

History of the great waterfowl flyways through the Great Lakes by Charles E. and Sandra E. Herdendorf 40.4(1984): 259-71
 
Lake Michigan alewife mystery by George Yaworski 48.1(1992): 61-63

Our changing fish species history by Charles E. Nerdendorf 39.4(1983): 276-86

Predators in residence by Carol Johnson 52.3(1996): 231-33

Snake stories of the Lake Erie Islands by P W McDermett 3.2(1947): 83-88

These lamphreys by I. S. H. Metcalf - about eels 6.1(1950): 26-28
 
ASSOCIATIONS Page Index
First International Congress of Maritime Museums of the Atlantic Basin by Lawrence A. Pomeroy, Jr. 28.4(1972): 331-32

Florida Great Lakes annual brunch: or, the Great Lakes comes to Florida by Dana Thomas Bowen 27.1(1971): 80-81

GLCC Rendezvous 29.3(1973): 230-31

Great Lakes Marine Club of Florida by Dana Thomas Bowen 34.1(1978): 79

International Ship Master Association, Cleveland Meeting, 1978 by Robert J. Blackwell 34.1(1978): 4-12

International Ship Masters Association by Capt. Herbert W. Dosey 33.4(1977): 272-76

Lake Carriers' Association and the origins of the International Waterways Commission by Dr. Alvin C. Glueck 36.4(1980): 236-45; 37.1(1981): 24-32

Lake Carriers' Association by Bertram B. Lewis and 0liver T. Burnham 27.3(1971): 163-74

New life for an old engine by James S. Woodward donated tot he GLHS 31.4(1975): 291-94

Safety awards 30.3(1974): 207

Solo sailors by Dick Doner, Gary Eby, Dan Zacharias & Sam Jaeger 49.3(1993): 219-29

Something about our founders - about the GLHS 50.3(1994): 210-12

Spring Meeting of the Southern New England Chapter of the Steamship Historical Society of America by Thomas A. Sykora 34.2(1978): 152

Volunteer student service program by David Lawler 24.1(1968): 75

Winter Brunch: Great Lakes Marine Club of Florida by Dana T. Bowen 29.4(1973): 316
 
BIOGRAPHIES Page Index
Abigail Becker, heroine of Long Point, Lake Erie by Roy F. Fleming - about the rescue in November of 1854 2.4(1946): 219-23 ; rep. 52.4(1996): 259-63
 
Aboard the Leopard by Harold C. Feightner - set in 1926 and mentions Capt Joseph Matthews 14.1(1958): 61-65
 
Armstrong, Charles (obituary) 8.3(1952): 208
 
Arrival of Dobbins at Erie by William Maher Howell 51.2(1995): 32-34
 
Autobiography of Captain Alexander McDougall 23.2(1967): 91; 23.3(1967): 199-216; 23.4(1967): 282-301; 24.1(1968): 16-33; 24.2(1968): 138-49
 
Badger State in 1873 16.1(1960): 36-38
 
Barry, Clinton E (obituary) 35.2(1979): 131-32
 
Baughonan, John Wilson (obituary) 33.2(1977): 147
 
Beached in a storm by Minnie Sweet Monti - about her experience on the Sophia Minch in July, 1879 1.3(1945): 46-49
 
Beam, Capt. Donald S. (obituary) 37.3(1981): 219
 
Beardless voyageur by Ernest H. Rankin - set in 1907 31.2(1975): 113-16
 
Black, Herman (obituary) 23.3(1967): 251
 
Blattner, Capt. William, Vermilion, Ohio 13.4(1957): 315
 
Boatbuilding near Lakeside, Ohio by Merlin D. Wolcott - mentions the Southard family 27.1(1971): 131-35
 
Borgwald, Charles W (obituary) 34.4(1978): 304
 
Bowen, Dana Thomas by T. A. Sykora 36.1(1980): 53-54
 
Boyce, Capt. Hawley Meeks by David McMacken 38.2(1982): 107-10
 
Boyer, Dwight (obituary) 33.4(1977): 318
 
Boyhood of Admiral King by Marion M. King - about Ernest Joseph King from Lorain, Ohio 1.3(1945): 26-28
 
Bradley, Alva 1884-1953 (obituary) 9.2(1953): 110
 
Bradley, Morris A (obituary) 42.4(1986): 292-93
 
Bradley, Wildford G. (obituary) 37.4(1981): 291
 
Brig Columbia, Justice Wells, master by Clarence A. Metcalf 1.3(1945): 42-45
 
Brockel, Harry C. (obituary) 38.1(1982): 57
 
Burger, Henry C. (obituary) 18.3(1962): 237
 
Burt's patent Solar Compass 18.2(1962): 145
 
Burt's solar compass by Ernest H. Rankin - about William Austin 18.3(1962): 202-04
 
Business side of operating a fleet at the turn of the 20th century: The story of the Neff Family of Milwaukee by Jan Richard Heier 48.2(1992): 139-45; 48.3(1992): 226-30
 
Butchers, the bakers, the paint and thing makers by Richard A. Belford - autobiographical piece about the Sherwin-Williams Company 27.1(1971): 107-12
 
By road, rail, canal and lake - from Massachusetts to Michigan in 1836 - a letter written Lucia Sparhawk about her journey 16.3(1960): 224-29
 
Canalboatman found seafaring was not for him by Richard Palmer - about Leo Finn 54.1(1998): 7-9
 
Canalside superintendent by Ernest H. Rankin - about Charles Thompson Harvey 21.2(1965): 103-14
 
Canfield, Calvert C. (obituary) 16.3(1960): 248
 
Capricious captain submitted by Frank Jerome - about the SS Warimoo and Capt John D S Phillips in 1899 53.2(1997): 81-82
 
Capt Dobbins and his lifeboat by Edith Maude Rouse - about David Porter Dobbins 15.1(1959): 47-49
 
Capt. Bundy's gospel ship by Walter Havighurst 1.2(1945): 8-10
 
Capt. Dorr's story by William A. McDonald - about E. P. Dorr 16.2(1960): 115-18
 
Capt. Gridley and the German gas buoy by Robert J. MacDonald - about Capt Charles V. Gridley in 1895 15.4(1959): 288-90
 
Capt. Wells' last voyage 1.3(1945): 55
 
Capt. Wright's story of the Lafayette - about Dell P. Wright 13.1(1957): 67-68
 
Captain Bundy's gospel ship by Walter Havighurst 48.4(1992): 281-83
 
Captain MacQueen, on birthday recalls changes on Lakes 33.4(1977): 336-37
 
Captain Plumb's wreck - 1808 by Edward J. McHugh 51.1(1995): 49-50
 
Captain Zealand and the Orion by David Beasley - in 1871 45.1(1989): 31-48
 
Captivities and escapes of John Miller and Daniel Convers by Paul F. Lansing - set in Ohio 12.2(1956): 86-94
 
Chance meeting by George P. Wakefield -mentions H C Inches 32.2(1976): 144
 
Charles Dickens visits the Great Lakes by Roy F. Fleming 12.4(1956): 301-03
 
Chilly voyage of Captain Ottinger by Florence Kern 46.1(1990): 56-63
 
Cleary, Captain Henry J.: Lifesaver-showman by Ernest H. Rankin, Sr. 33.1(1977): 4-11; 33.2(1977): 128-30,
139-41
 
Cleveland born pirate by Gordon W. Thayer - about William Henry "Bully" Hayes 1.2(1945): 41-42
 
Cleveland seamen's service by Capt. Herbert W. Dosey 33.1(1977): 33-36
 
Coakley, Thomas F (obituary) 36.1(1980): 50
 
Coast Guard honors author Dwight Boyer 28.1(1972): 66
 
Colonel Hayward's story - about W. H. Hayward 16.1(1960): 78
 
Connelly, Daniel Schaefer (obituary) 41.2(1985): 140
 
Cook, Steve (obituary) 36.1(1980): 51
 
Copeland, Arthur (obituary) 37.1(1981): 63
 
Cowles, James G (obituary) 28.1(1972): 70
 
Crevier, Fred (obituary) 43.2(1987): 136
 
Cuban at Niagara by Edith Wirt about Jose M. Heredia 7.3(1951): 190-91
 
Daniel Dobbins, sailing master, U. S. N. (by Clarence S. Metcalf 14.2(1958): 88-96; 14.3(1958): 181-96
 
David Thompson's journal of the International Boundary Survey 1817-1827 western Lake Erie edited by Clarke E.
Leverette 44.1(1988): 32-45
 
Dean Richmond by C. J. Dow - about the package freighter and Capt. George W. Stoddard 7.1(1951): 41-45
 
Death of a diver by Teddy Remick - about Fred Hefling 19.4(1963): 327-28
 
Diary of an early fur trader edited by Clarissa Headline and Milton N. Gallup about Youngs L. Morgan 18.4(1962): 300-05; 19.1(1963): 30-38; 19.2(1963): 113-22; 19.3(1963): 227-32; 19.4(1963): 277-83
 
Dickason, John (obituary) 43.4(1987): 263
 
Dinner with the help by Donald D. Bowman 37.4(1981): 270-72
 
Dosey, Capt. Herbert W (obituary) 33.4(1977): 318-19
 
Dowling, Father (obituary) 55.1(1999): 79-81
 
Dressler, Walter C (obituary) 34.4(1978): 304
 
Drowning of Douglass Houghton by Robert M.Warner 26.2(1970): 118-22
 
Dues must be paid by Paul Schmitt - mentions Capt. Fitcher and the M E Trumble 35.4(1979): 279-82
 
Dutton, Fred W (obituary) 36.4(1980): 295
 
Early days on the Great Lakes - Nels Palmer recollects by Carl A. Norberg 39.3(1983): 156-62
 
Eaton, Cyrus S (obituary) 35.2(1979): 132
 
Elihu M. Peck shipbuilder at Cleveland 6.2(1950): 114-16
 
Elopement on the James Madison by Kathleen Warnes - about Capt Robert C. Bristol and Josephine Hamot 52.1(1996): 27-29
 
Engineer by R W England - autobiographical account beginning in 1889 1.2(1945): 11-13; rep. 49.2(1993): 110-13; 50.3(1994): 199-201
 
England, Capt. Richard (obituary) 10.4(1954): 291
 
English author on the Great Lakes by Roy F. Lansing - about William H. G. Kingston 10.4(1954): 231-242
 
Excerpts from the journal of William Ives' survey of Isle Royale submitted by Marie E. Gilchrist 45.2(1989): 147-50
 
Farley, Rear Admiral 2.2(1946): 129-30
 
Ferryboat pilot - about Rev. Edward J. Dowling 28.3(1972): 237
 
Fifty years ago on the Lake Erie: Gene Herman's early days by Gordon W. Thayer - set in the 1880s and 1890s 1.4(1945): 41-44
 
First European ship direct to Chicago by Carl A. Norberg - mentions the Sleipner and Capt Hans Jacob Waage 42.2(1986): 75-77
 
Fish tug engineer by George Wakefield 50.2(1994): 97-104
 
Flying Dutchman of Lake Superior by Ken Dickson - mentions the A L Hopkins and Capt Dixon 50.2(1994): 104-10
 
From Fort Niagara to Mackinac in 1767 - a letter written by John Porteous 2.2(1946): 86-97
 
Fry, Dr. Francis O. (obituary) 37.3(1981): 219
 
Fry, Norman Ward (obituary) 37.4(1981): 291
 
Full ahead! Emergency plank! by Richard A. Belford - autobiographical piece about steamboat races 28.2(1972): 119-22
 
Gallup, Milton Noyes (obituary) 41.4(1985): 302-03
 
George Goble: Shipbuilder of the old school by Richard F. Palmer 47.1(1991): 16-25
 
George, Merle H (obituary) 35.4(1979): 297
 
Gerhauser, W. H. (obituary) 8.4(1952): 286
 
German poet at Niagara by Edith Wirt about Nickolaus Niembsch von Strehleneu aka Niklaus Lenau 8.2(1952): 118-20
 
German traveller visits the Soo in 1855 by Henry C. Koch - about Johann Georg Kohl 12.4(1956): 259-66
 
Gobeille, Harrold L (obituary) 54.1(1998): 75
 
Great Beyond their knowing by Anna G. Young - about the Guildersleeve family of Kingston, Ontario 21.4(1965): 267-76; 22.1(1966): 29-34
 
Great Lakes excursion: 1847 style by Mentor L. Williams - steamer St Louis - Capt Frederick S. Wheeler July 5-17, 1847 6.3(1950): 153-60
 
Great Lakes fisherman by Capt. Charles R. Hoskins and George P. Wakefield 35.4(1979): 250-57; 36.1(1980): 22-28; 36.2(1980): 103-10
 
Great Lakes memory by DeForest Mellon - personal memory set in 1920 12.1(1956): 72-73
 
Great Lakes pioneers (Capt. Jabz Burrel and Capt. John Day) 6.1(1950):
 
Gus Hinckley - Lake Ontario mariner by Richard Palmer 48.2(1992): 82-98
 
Gutherery, George E. (obituary) 19.1(1963): 67-68
 
Hambleton, Purser Samuel by William Mayer Howell 36.3(1980): 168-76
 
Hamilton, Captain Frank E., 1892-1972 (An Appreciation) 28.1(1972): 47-50
 
Harbaugh, Donald (obituary) 37.1(1981): 60
 
Hardy, George E. (Obituary) 2.4(1946): 281
 
Harry Defoe, shipbuilder extraordinary by Marvin H. Gluntz 16.2(1960): 88-94
 
Hawgood, Harvey R. (obituary) 8.1(1952): 66
 
Helgesen, Gordon (obituary) 38.4(1982): 293
 
Henry Fox: Inland seas sailor by John Cumming 27.1(1971): 8-17
 
Henry Rowe Schoolcraft visits Lake Superior by Ernest H. Rankin 20.3(1964): 205-10
 
Her Honor, the Mayor and the Great Lakes 90 proof trade by Noreen Sippola Fairburn - mentions Agnes Kaukonen in Fairport in 1920s 46.4(1990): 270-74
 
Herman Melville's opinion of the Great Lakes and lakemen submitted by James C. Duram 42.1(1986): 33
 
Herman, Eugene (obituary) 4.4(1948): 278
 
Heroism of a steamboat engineer - about Capt Appleby in 1838 3.4(1947): 261-62
 
Hesselbert, Laura May (obituary) 18.4(1962): 322
 
Historic shipwrecks of the Great Lakes by Dana Thomas Bowen Capt. William P. Benham of the Nahant is mentioned 8.1(1952): 3-13
 
Historic thirty-six hours of Superior seamanship submitted by John J. Kelley - about Capt Henry Kelley and the Peter A B Widener 40.2(1984): 82-88; 44.3(1988): 197-203
 
Holmes, Fay (obituary) 44.1(1988): 59
 
Horace Greeley at Niagara Falls by M. L. Williams 4.2(1948): 96-100
 
Horace Greeley at the Northwestern River and Harbor Convention, 1847 by Mentor L. Williams 3.4(1947): 218-23
 
Horace Greeley on Lake Superior in 1848 by Mentor L. Williams 6.1(1950): 38-42
 
Horace Greeley on Michigan's Upper Peninsula by David D. Anderson 17.4(1962): 301-06
 
Horace Greeley tours the Great Lakes by Mentor L. Williams 3.3(1947): 137-42
 
Hoskins, Capt Charles R (obituary) 36.4(1980): 294
 
How Capt Clark was burnt out at the Chicago fire by William A. McDonald - about Capt. Alexander Clark on the Badger State in 1873 16.1(1960): 36-38
 
Howley, Lee C (obituary) 39.1(1983): 61
 
Humphrey, George M. (obituary) 26.1(1970): 71
 
Humphrey, Gilbert W (obituary) 35.3(1979): 215
 
I Will Try to Do the Best I Can by Frederick I. Olson - a letter written by J W Thomason to John Thorsen in 1848 27.3(1971): 188-93
 
In grandpa's wake by Esther Rice Battenfield 9.3(1953): 195-99
 
Inches, Capt. H. Chesley (obituary) 33.1(1977): 56-57
 
Indian war dance by E H Rankin - about Peter White 9.1(1953): 67-68
 
Instant seamanship by Ronald A. Schwartz - about Robert Manry's amazing leap from Great Lakes Salior to Atlantic mariner 21.3(1965): 225-29
 
Ireland, James D. by Timothy J. Runyan 47.1(1991): 57-59
 
Ireland, Robert Livingston (obituary) 37.2(1981): 137
 
Irish poet on the Lakes by Roy F. Fleming - about Thomas Moore who visited the Great Lakes in 1804 12.1(1956): 28-34
 
Iron diver by Teddy Remick Elliott P. Harrington - began being a diving/salvager in 1853 14.4(1958): 286-90
 
Jacobsen, Capt Harold (obituary) 36.1(1980): 51
 
James Fenimore Cooper and the Navy Brig Oneida by Richard F. Palmer 40.2(1984): 90-99
 
James G. Tyler, marine artist by Richard Palmer 41.4(1985): 226-30
 
John Armour of Dunnville: From canal supervisor to village patriarch by Frederick H. Armstrong 29.2(1973): 83-90
 
John Brown's Imperial Towers, end of an era by Helene Weaver 48.3(1992): 161-63
 
John Disturnell introduces the Great Lakes to America by David D. Anderson 18.2(1962): 96-106
 
John Maynard - Lake Erie Hero by Marvin A. Rapp 12.1(1956): 3-15
 
John Wilson Murray and the Johnson's Island plot by William Frank Zornow - about when the Confederates tried to liberate prisoners from Johnson's Island near Sandusky, Ohio and to capture the warship USS Michigan 6.4(1950): 249-57
 
Johnson, Capt. John M. (obituary) 15.4(1959): 320
 
Johnson, Levi, a Cleveland pioneer by Dr. Robert M. Hosler 32.3(1976): 200-02, 211-12
 
Joseph Dart and the emergence of Buffalo as a grain port, 1820-1860 by Arthur A. Markowitz 25.3(1969): 179-90
 
Joyce, Dwight P. 26.3(1970): 245
 
Judge makes law: Sir John Beverley Robinson by Philip J. Sworden 48.3(1992): 193-98
 
Keefer Lakehead Terminal by Fred Landon - about George, Samuel Colteren, Hugh, Alexander and Hugh Keefer family 18.4(1962): 267-72
 
Keenan, Roman T (obituary) 34.2(1978): 148-49
 
Kendall, Harry C. (obituary) 6.1(1950): 52
 
Kirby, Frank E. - marine engineer 7.4(1951): 278
 
Knowlton, Ralph S. (obituary) 31.3(1975): 227
 
Kozak, Charles J (obituary) 39.1(1983): 61-62
 
Kulas, Elroy John (obituary) 8.2(1952): 141
 
Lake Erie: The Ohio shore a century ago by Francis Phelps Weisenburger - an autobiographical piece 2.1(1946): 41-44
 
Lake Ontario's first chartmaker by Richard F. Palmer- about Capt Augustus Ford 39.2(1983): 91-95
 
Lake Superior lifesaver reminisces by Dr Julius F. Wolff, Jr - about John F. Soldenski 24.2(1968): 108-17
 
Lake Superior memories by Dorothy Olcott Elsmith - about William J Olcott 36.2(1980): 90-100
 
Lake Superior sentinel: The life and times of Captain Albert Ocha by Al Miller - ranges from July to Aug, 1897 49.2(1993): 93-109
 
Lang, Otto W (obituary) 35.1(1979): 53-54
 
Larsen's trip through Niagara Rapids - about Capt. Klaus P. Larsen 31.3(1975): 222
 
Last strange voyage of Capt. Roman Ulfig by John A. Young 38.3(1982): 179-82
 
Last trip of the J. F. Card by McLeod Orford - mentions Kenneth McNaughton 22.3(1966): 192-95
 
Lauchlen MacLean Morrison, Capt on the Great Lakes by Neil F. Morrison 4.1(1948): 22-28
 
Lester, Henry J. (obituary) 20.2(1964): 161
 
Life and times of Captain James Donaldson Morrison by Neil F. Morrison, Ph.D 16.3(1960): 180-89
 
Life line of America by Lawrence A. Pomeroy - about Capt. Joseph Richardson and Howard M. Hanna, Jr. 7.1(1951): 13-20
 
Life on the Great Lakes - a wheelsman's story by Fred W. 39.3(1983): 180-87; 39.4(1983): 256-75; 40.1(1984): 39-48
 
Life on the Great Lakes . . . Weather! by Fred W. Dutton 39.2(1983): 96-105
 
Life on the Great Lakes by Fred W. Dutton 37.3(1981): 164-75; 37.4(1981): 264-69; 38.1(1982): 21-25; 38.2(1982): 95-102; 38.3(1982): 183-87; 38.4(1982): 260-68 ; 39.1(1983): 31-34
 
Life on the western rivers by Don Nash - worked for the Green Line 50.1(1994): 46-53
 
Lillis, John Carl (obituary) 41.2(1985): 140
 
Lone Sailor by Robert W. Thom - about Capt. Fred Henman and Lady of the Lakes in 1898 10.2(1954): 140-41
 
Loss of the steam barge W. L. Brown by Arthur C. and Lucy F. Frederickson - includes Capt F. W. Spafford 19.3(1963): 217-19
 
Lost on Lake Michigan ice by Kathy Warnes - about Lewis Sweet on Jan 22, 1929 55.2(1999): 161-64
 
Lure of the Lakes by George P. Wakefield - mentions Charlie Robinson 42.2(1986): 134-35
 
MacGillivray, Malcolm (obituary) 37.2(1981): 137
 
MacKays of Owen Sound by Anna G. Young 14.4(1958): 302-05
 
Manning, John W (obituary) 39.1(1983): 62
 
Manuel, Capt. Lewis C. (obituary) 18.1(1962): 78
 
Margaret Fuller's Great Lakes tour by David D. Anderson 15.1(1959): 22-28
 
Mark Twain on the Lakes by Robert D. Wallace 17.3(1962): 181-86
 
Mastics, Commodore A. A. 48.2(1992): 137-38
 
Mathers of Marquette (MI) and Cleveland (OH), 1857 by Ernest H. Rankin 24.3(1968): 193-201
 
Matt, Charles E (obituary) 30.1(1974): 69
 
McDougall, Captain Alexander by Mike Fitzgibbon 49.3(1993): 161-79
 
McDougall's dream: The whaleback by George Carrington Mason - about Capt. Alexander McDougall 9.1(1953): 3-11
 
McDougall's white swan by Al Miller - the first voyages of the Christopher Columbus 49.3(1993): 180-84
 
McDowell, Robert A. (obituary) 33.2(1977): 147
 
McDowell, Thomas J. (obituary) 27.4(1971): 323
 
McKay, Capt. George Perry by George A. Marr 22.3(1966): 208-16
 
McLennan, Capt Angus (obituary) 35.1(1979): 54
 
McMaster, Susan Moulton Fraser by Beatrice Corbett 31.3(1975): 192-200
 
Meachin, James A. (obituary) 38.4(1982): 294
 
Meijers, David S (obituary) 39.1(1983): 62
 
Meno, Capt. Frank L. 3.2(1947): 121
 
Metcalf,Clarence S., 1878-1961 17.4(1962): 299-300
 
Michigan surveyor - William Ives by Marie E Gilchrist 21.4(1965): 313-21
 
Mighty Maltese of shipman's corner by C. H. J. Snider - about Louis Shickluna, the shipbuilder 25.4(1969):
323-25
 
Mineral and timber prospects in Upper Michigan: The 1858 diary of John V. L. Pruyn by Dr. Jerome Mushlat 30.2(1974): 84-94
 
Miraclous escape - about Capt Appleby and his aunt. His aunt survived 5 days in the submerged schooner New Connecticut 18.2(1962): 144-45
 
Misener, Capt. Robert T. (obituary) 19.2(1963): 156
 
Morrison, Lauchlen P. 9.2(1953): 147
 
Mr. Mather buys a boat . . or two by Roger M. Jones 49.4(1993): 264-72
 
Mulholland, Rev Kenneth W (obituary) 36.3(1980): 214
 
Murphy, Rowley W. (obituary) 31.1(1975): 65
 
Murray, Capt. John C. (obituary) 22.1(1966): 80
 
My Father, the sailor by Beatrice Corbett - about Leroy Fraser Grant 28.2(1972): 102-08
 
My first year in America by Karl-Einar 44.2(1988): 139-51
 
My twelve-year wait by William Maher Howell 34.3(1978): 176-81
 
Myron meets 1919's November by Janice H. Gerred - mentions Capt Walter Neale 41.1(1985): 9-10; rep. 52.1(1996): 1-3
 
New stamp honors Father Jacques Marquette 24.3(1968): 250
 
November storm firsthand by M. S. Macgillivray - a letter written in 1936 from James McCanal to John Campbell MacGillivray 34.4(1978): 272-74
 
O'Hara, Arthur N. (obituary) 42.1(1986): 54-55
 
O'Hara, Muriel E. (obituary) 44.4(1988): 286
 
Oldest lake captain in 1905 about Capt. John G. Parker 11.2(1955): 133
 
One Dickens of a time: Charles Dickens visits the Great Lakes region by Theodore N. Ferris 35.4(1979): 269-75
 
One inch from success: Captain Pickering and the Columbia by Richard F. Palmer 39.4(1983): 235-38
 
Osborn, Charles S. (obituary) 7.2(1951): 140
 
Osborn, Charles S. (obituary) 4.4(1948): 278-79
 
Patt, Edwin A. (obituary) 16.2(1960): 166
 
Patterson, John Norman (obituary) 37.4(1981): 291
 
Paul Kane (artist) paints Indian life around the Great Lakes by Roy F. Fleming 33.4(1977): 277-81
 
Paul Kane, painter of the Great Lakes Indians by Roy F. Fleming 1.3(1945): 37-41
 
Perkins, Mrs. Lawrence (obituary) 38.1(1982): 57
 
Perry, Oliver Hazard 19.2(1963): 139
 
Pickering, Timothy manuscript - about the 1790s manuscript located at Detroit Public Library 1.4(1945): 14-18
 
Pidgeon, William F. (obituary) 26.3(1970): 245
 
Pied piper of sweetwater seas by Richard Palmer - about Lee Murdock 51.4(1995): 62-63
 
Pomeroy, Lawrence A. (obituary) 33.1(1977): 57
 
Potts, Donald C. (obituary) 27.4(1971): 323
 
President maker goes west by Mentor L. Williams - about Thurlow Weed 4.4(1948): 263-69
 
Quaife, Dr. Milo M. 15.4(1959): 327
 
Ralph Keeler, a Huckleberry Finn of the Lakes by George Kummer 9.3(1953): 155-61
 
Rankin, Ernest H Sr. (obituary) 35.4(1979): 297
 
Reed Mansion by Herbert R. Spencer - about Charles Manning Reed in Erie, PA 20.4(1964): 313-22
 
Remarkable family of Ward - about E B Ward 17.1(1961): 58-60
 
Remick, Walter (obituary) 37.3(1981): 219
 
Reminiscences of a fisherman by Betty Trinter - mentions Joseph Barnett in Lorain, OH 27.4(1971): 10-11
 
Richardson, Capt. Hugh : First Harbour Master of Toronto by Frederick H. Armstrong 31.1(1975): 34-40, 49-50
 
Richardson, Dr Lyon N (obituary) 36.3(1980): 214
 
Robert A Thom art series by Ernest H. Rankin 23.2(1967): 173
 
Robert E. Lee visits the Great Lakes country by John F. Neidecker 30.2(1974): 125-27
 
Root, Donna L. (obituary) 38.4(1982): 292
 
Rough diamond by Anna G. Young - about Capt. Peter M. Campbell 18.2(1962): 107-11
 
Rud, Anton (obituary) 18.4(1962): 320
 
Rydholm, Capt Carl O. (obituary) 19.1(1963): 68
 
Sabin, Louis C. (obituary) 7.1(1951): 60-61
 
Saga of a Great Lakes family by Roger M Jones 50.1(1994): 64-71
 
Saga of Darius Nelson Malott by C. E. Stein - set in Essex County, Ont 25.4(1969): 279-92
 
Schneider, Cletus P (obituary) 44.3(1988): 219
 
Schoolcraft: Great Lakes explorer and lyceum lecturer by Richard L. Weaver II 26.4(1970): 293-96, 305-08
 
Sea captain's first experience by J. A. Bannister - about Capt. Alexander McNeilledge 11.3(1955): 217-19
 
Sea serpent is dead - about John Brasser 17.1(1961): 60
 
Seavey, Captain Daniel by William D. Ellis 44.4(1988): 253-57
 
Seventeen year old looks at the Lakes by Thomas Andrew Sykora - a diary 3.2(1947): 77-82; 3.3(1947): 180-84
 
Sexsmith, Stuart W (obituary) 34.1(1978): 68
 
Shipbuilding on Ward's Canal by Martin Wiener - about E B Ward 49.3(1993): 187-90
 
Sinclair, Capt. Robert A. (obituary) 38.4(1982): 292
 
Sinram, Frederick W. (obituary) 38.4(1982): 293
 
Sir George Gibbons, Canadian diplomat, and the Boundary Waters Treaty by Harriet E. Whitney 29.2(1973): 99-109
 
Skipper of the Golden Age by Clarence S. Metcalf - about Capt. Charles Hubbard 10.3(1954): 216-18
 
Slavery, succession and a steamer by Katherine Warnes - set in MI 1860 and mentions Joshua Glover, Sherman
Booth, Garrett Barry and James A. Swan 50.4(1994): 246-51
 
Smith, Leathem D. (obituary) 2.3(1946): 209
 
Snider, C H J by Rowley W. Murphy 28.2(1972): 152
 
Snodgrass, James M. (obituary) 53.1(1997): 61
 
Sockless Jerry Simpson, sailor by Frances Caswell Hanna 17.3(1962): 215-21
 
Some random memories - about H C Inches 50.3(1994): 217-33
 
Some recollections by Capt Thomas E Murray 2.1(1946): 28-32
 
Southern divines on the Great Lakes and at Niagara Falls by Mentor L. Williams - tells about Rev. C. Foster on the Sylvanlus traveling from the South to visit the Great Lakes in the 1840s 7.2(1951): 75-80
 
St Lawrence river pirate by Roy F. Fleming - about Bill Johnston 17.1(1961): 47-51
 
Stage, Charles Willard (obituary) 29.2(1973): 145
 
Story of Philo Everett's trip from Jackson, MI to Marquette in 1845 by R. A. Brotherton 1.4(1945): 23-28; 2.1(1946): 45-48
 
Story of the whaleback vessels and of their inventor, Alexander McDougall by Rev. Edward J. Dowling, S. J. 13.3(1957): 172-83
 
Sundstrom, Eugene J (obituary) 37.1(1981): 60
 
Take her to Mackinaw City, Pilot by Carl A. Norberg 42.3(1986): 150-55
 
Tayler, Capt. William (obituary) 18.1(1962): 78
 
Taylor, Capt William J. gentleman by Rev. Edward J. Dowling 3.3(1947): 169-72
 
Testimony in the Court of Enquiry on Captain Elliott following the Battle of Lake Erie 40.2(1984): 110-19, 131
 
That Grand "old man" Capt William T. Bright by Thomas B Dancey 2.2(1946): 113-17
 
Thom, Robert William in memoriam 11.2(1955): 150
 
Thomas Coltrin Keefer and the St Lawrence - Great Lakes commercial system by George A. Rawlyk 19.3(1963): 190-94
 
Thompson, Capt. Merwin S. (obituary) 23.3(1967): 250-51
 
Three shipbuilders from the Welland Canal by Peter D.A. Warwick - mentions the Simpson Bros, Donaldson & Andrews, Andrews Bros 43.1(1987): 50-59
 
Thrilling incident about the steamboat Constitution and Capt Appleby 16.2(1960): 151
 
Through inland seas (through a woman's eyes in 1904) by Louise Morgan Sill - reprint of a 1904 article 44.3(1988): 190-96
 
To Michigan by water - 1844 by Mary Per Lee Mary and William Per Lee's trip to Michigan a letter about settling in the spring in Lamont, Ottawa County, MI 10.1(1954): 51-55
 
Todia, Victor M. (obituary) 20.1(1964): 75
 
Treuhaft, William C. (obituary) 38.1(1982): 56
 
Trip up the Lakes in 1874 by Roswell C. Curtiss - a diary kept by Curtiss 29.3(1973): 163-69
 
Tripp, Almon J. (obituary) 18.3(1962): 237
 
Tucker, Bartow C. (obituary) 7.1(1951): 63
 
Turner, Grant H. (obituary) 20.1(1964): 75
 
Turner, Lawrence C. (obituary) 31.3(1975): 226
 
Two Great Lakes captains meet the war and Mr. Lincoln by Katherine Warnes - about Capt. James Byers and Capt. Amos Foster 51.2(1995): 35-39
 
Unknown visit of an unknown painter on the Great Lakes by Felix O. Lehner about Frank Buchser, a Swiss painter in 1868 8.3(1952): 160-65
 
Unsolicited immortality by Thomas J. Friel 45.2(1989): 132
 
Unsung hero of the Chicago Fire by Richard F. Palmer - about Capt. Joseph Gibson 55.2(1999): 132-33
 
Vermilion's Captain David Johnson by Betty Trinter 33.2(1977): 151-53
 
Vision of Joel Barlow by Leo Weidenthal - about the American poet and diplomat 13.1(1957): 47-49
 
Wallis, Richard (obituary) 18.3(1962): 238
 
We are going to hit you, Captain by Gregory W . Streb 51.1(1995): 1
 
Weber, Capt Alfred B (obituary) 36.1(1980): 51
 
Weigand, Edward G. (obituary) 26.2(1970): 165
 
Weston, Leslie D (obituary) 28.1(1972): 69
 
When Sir John A. put his foot down by W. Sherwood Fox - about the Bruce Peninsula, Ontario 11.1(1955): 3-9; 11.2(1955): 103-110
 
White, Peter by Ernest H. Rankin, Sr. 30.4(1974) 263-67
 
Whitehill, Walter Muir (obituary) 34.1(1978): 68
 
Who designed Perry's Brigs? by Kenneth S. Atkins - about Henry Eckford and Noah Brown 47.4(1991): 245-50
 
William Gwinn Mather, the man by Timothy J. Loya 46.2(1990): 117-33
 
William Watts: Immigrant miller edited by Charles E. Jones 25.1(1969): 12-20
 
Wing,Oscar - a Captain of the lakes by Fleetwood R. Spencer 22.2(1966): 137-41
 
Wingate, William (obituary) 37.2(1981): 136-37
 
Winter mission by David Page - personal memories 19.4(1963): 288-91
 
Wolff, Frederick M (obituary) 35.2(1979): 132
 
Woman commanded Sacketts Harbor Navy Yard - about Mrs. Alfred H Metcalf 43.3(1987): 222
 
Woman Salvage expert about Mary G. Goodman 13.1(1957): 65-66
 
Wright, Richard J (obituary) 42.3(1986): 209
 
Wright, Wilbur J. (obituary) 38.2(1982): 130
 
Ye ancient mariner by Dave Swayze - a report made by the Detroit Free Press in 1869 49.4(1993): 263
 
Young man's experience of Great Lakes ship by George Carrington Mason - autobiographical account of trips on the Great Lakes between 1895 to 1920 10.2(1954): 84-95
 
Zillmer, Albert T. (obituary) 25.4(1969): 335
 
CANALS/BRIDGES/TUNNELS Page Index
Address - Sault Ste Marie Celebration 1905 by Hon. Charles S. Osborn 11.2(1955): 91

Break at the Canadian Canal, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, 1909 by R. Harrison 35.2(1979): 104-09

Builders of the Ohio Canal 1825-1832 by Ernest M. Teagarden 19.2(1963): 94-103

Canal Park Marine Museum by Thomas R. Holden 48.3(1992): 216-23

Canal that should have . . . by John A. Burke 52.2(1996): 100-03

Changes at Historic North Channal by Alexander C. Meakin 19.3(1963): 241-42

Cooper country and the Keweenaw waterway by H. C. Inches 8.3(1952): 155-59

Cribs off Cleveland by Herbert W. Dosey - about the waterworks 18.1(1962): 66

Deep draft on the Detroit by Haviland F. Reves - about the channels connecting the Great Lakes 14.1(1958): 4-14

Erie Canal Park Study 23.2(1967): 161

Erie Canal Sesquicentennial 23.3(1967): 260

Final closing of two historic canals - the Lachines 24.3(1968): 250

First passenger ships through the seaway locks by Gordon M. Potter 14.4(1958): 323

First Welland Canal opened back in 1829 by Francis J. Petrie 25.1(1969): 62-63

Fog at the Soo by Doreen Rice 13.2(1957): 150

Gladstone - Au Train Ship Canal by Donald Chaput and Jim Schutze - set in 1870s in MI 27.4(1971): 260-78

Inception and financing of the first Welland Canal by William R. Willoughby 12.3(1956): 155-66

Inconceivable commerce by Vice Admiral Paul E. Trimble 30.3(1974): 168-77

Interlake passage by John E. Jamian 48.3(1992): 164-79

Mackinac Bridge dedication by Doreen Rice 14.3(1958): 236

Marblehead limestone for the Soo Lock by Merlin D. Wolcott 32.2(1976): 105-11

Marvelous Welland Canal by Skip Gillham 52.2(1996): 88-99

Memories of the Third Welland Canal by Rowley Murphy 19.4(1963): 260-65; 20.1(1964): 21-29; 20.2(1964): 120-28; 20.3(1964): 196-204; 20.4(1964): 295-302

New International Bridge by Doreen Rice 18.4(1962): 314-15

New York State's response to St Lawrence Seaway support in the 1920s by Kenneth Nilton 37.3(1981): 176-89; 37.4(1981): 252-57; 38.1(1982): 15-20

Niagara seaway - All American canal by Marvin A. Rapp 21.1(1965): 49-58

Northern canal of Michigan by Irma T. Ireland - about trying to build canal to connect Lake Huron and Michigan 7.3(1951): 158-66

Opening of the Erie Canal by Mrs. Martha J. Lamb 14.2(1958): 97-104

Pathway of the Lakes by Archer B. Hulbert 51.2(1995): 4-15

Potentialities of St Lawrence Seaway 18.1(1962): 60-61

Proposals for a Chatham Ship Canal, 1857-1893 by Terence Richards 24.3(1968): 202-09

Reminiscence of the Keweenaw Waterway 9.2(1953): 144

Reshaping our future: 1959 and since by Lawrence A. Pomeroy, Jr - about the St Lawrence Seaway 22.4(1966): 313-17

Rideau Canal system by F. C. Curry - Lake Ontario to Ottawa River 21.3(1965): 210-16

Saint Clair River Railroad Tunnel by John M. Kenn 31.3(1975): 175-85

Salute to the Soo Canal by M. M. Quaife 11.2(1955): 80-84

Shooting St Mary's Rapids - includes Capt Parker of Ontonogan 17.1(1961): 55

Soo and the Suez by Albert G. Ballert 12.3(1956): 207-08

Soo incident of 1909 10.4(1954): 292

Soo Locks-one hundred years ago by R. A. Brotherton 11.2(1955): 89-90

Soo Locks-second century by Gordon Macauley 11.2(1955): 85-88

St Clair and Detroit River tunnels 21.1(1965): 68

St Lawrence Canals by Frederick F. Curry 10.3(1954): 214

St Lawrence River Canals vessel by James Gilmore 12.4(1956): 243-50; 13.1(1957): 17-23; 13.2(1957): 95-104

St Lawrence Seaway and old St Lawrence Waterway by William E. Westbrook 20.1(1964): 72-73

St Lawrence seaway by N R Danielian 6.1(1949): 3-9

St Lawrence seaway by Thomas A. Sykora 12.4(1956): 298-300

St Mary's: Our first ship canal by William R. Willoughby 11.4(1955): 243-55

Three shipbuilders from the Welland Canal by Peter D.A. Warwick - mentions the Simpson Bros, Donaldson & Andrews, Andrews Bros 43.1(1987): 50-59

To the Soo by Alan W. Sweigert - about ship watchers 40.4(1984): 235-37

Tugboats on the Welland by C. H. J. Snider 48.3(1992): 180-86

Underground channel between Lake Superior and the Straits of Mackinac 12.3(1956): 222

Welland Canal weekend by Robert A. Zeleznik 15.4(1959): 319

Welland Canals Anniversary by Neil F. Morrison 10.4(1954): 287-88

Welland Canals by Rowley W. Murphy 15.3(1959): 172-79

Welland Canals by Ruth F. McMillan 23.4(1967): 316-19

Wrong route to China: The mighty St Lawrence by Nancy A.Schneider 50.4(1994): 252-65
 
CARFERRIES Page Index
Car ferries cross Lake Michigan by Earl J. Fillian 23.1(1967): 49-55

Lake Michigan carferries yesterday and today by Thomas B. Dancey 1.3(1945): 2-15

St. Lawrence car ferries by Richard Palmer 52.3(1996): 174-79
 

COAST GUARD/LIFE-SAVERS
Page Index
Aground! from collection of Alexander Meakin - about the US Life-saving Service in Sept, 1887 51.1(1995): 69-73

Becoming a surfman in 1938 by John Merrill 48.4(1992): 291-96

Building of six Revenue Cutters by John R Dickason and George P. Wakefield 42.3(1986): 189-94; 42.4(1986): 231-35; 43.2(1987): 124-28; 43.3(1987): 206-10 ; 44.1(1988): 52-54

Captain Henry J. Cleary: Lifesaver-showman by Ernest H. Rankin, Sr. 33.1(1977): 4-11; 33.2(1977): 128-30, 139-41

Coast Guard comes to Lake Superior, 1874-75 by Julius F. Wolff, Jr. 21.1(1965): 14-21

Coast Guard Mackinaw by Gordon Macauley 15.2(1959): 136-44

Coast Guard Service in the twenties, by Clint Dunathan 28.2(1972): 96-101

Early Coast Guard lightships on the Great Lakes by Truman R. Strobridge 29.1(1973): 16-26

Early lake captains, Revenue Cutters, and politics by Truman R. Strobridge - mentions Daniel Dobbins and Gilbert Knapp 29.4(1973): 240-48

Grand Haven and the Coast Guard by James Castagnera 28.3(1972): 202-05

Great Lakes Lifesaving Service by Merlin D. Wolcott - includes a list of lighthouses and their first keepers 18.1(1962): 14-21

Heroes on ninety-three cents a day by T. Michael O'Brien and Dennis L. Noble - about the Life-saving Service 33.3(1977): 192-205

It was a dark and stormy night. . . by Al Sweigert and the Mather Volunteer Crew 46.1(1990): 49-52

Lake Superior sentinel: The life and times of Captain Albert Ocha by Al Miller - ranges from July to Aug, 1897 49.2(1993): 93-109

Lifeboat demonstrations by David D Swayze 53.2(1997): 95-96

Life-saving crews on the Great Lakes submitted by A. C. Meakin - set in Sept, 1887 50.2(1994): 157

Lifesaving: 1934 Style by James O. Castagnera 27.3(1971): 212-14

Longest pull by Richard F. Palmer - mentions Capt George N Gray and the Charlotte Life-saving Station (NY) 40.3(1984): 200-04

Lyle gun 20.4(1964): 341

Man the surfboat! by Dennis L. Noble - mentions Capt. Charles C. Goodwin 31.3(1975): 207-10, 219

Marblehead Lifesaving Station by Merlin D. Wolcott 22.4(1966): 295-300

Medals of Honor by Frank R. Crevier - CG Sallie E rescues Sidney E Smith 29.3(1973): 217

Newest member of the Coast Guard's Great Lakes Fleet by Jim Castagnera - Cutter Edisto 28.1(1972): 66-67

Northwestern University Life Saving Station 21.1(1965): 68

One day's rescue work by Boatswain Anthony Glaza by Fred W. Mikko 44.3(1988): 172-75

One hundred years of rescues: The Coast Guard on Lake Superior by Dr. Julius F. Wolff, Jr. 31.4(1975): 255-65; 32.1(1976): 32-40, 49-51

Rescue in '86 by Capt. Adrian L. Lonsdale - about the rescue of Robert Wallace and David Wallace and Capt Ocha 30.1(1974): 29-34

Revenue Cutters 23.1(1967): 61

Services of Life-Saving Crews on the Great Lakes by Alexander C. Meakin 49.2(1993): 119-46

They had to go out, but the Dobbins boat brought them back by CDR William E Ehrman U S. Coast Guard (Ret) 42.4(1986): 236-45

U.S. Revenue Cutter Perry - first manned by Capt. Douglas Ottinger 7.1(1951): 63

US Coast Guard appoint Willard J. Smith 22.1(1966): 69

Vertical rescue by James P. Barry - about the Coast Guard 39.4(1983): 228-34

Water accident prevention - about how Coast Guard is pushing for boat safety in the 1950s 7.3(1951): 206


CHINA PLATES Page Index
Dining on the inland seas: Ship's china from the Great Lakes by Daniel C. Krummes 46.1(1990): 64-71

Ghosts on my walls by Molly McFalden - plates of ships 24.2(1968): 127-28, 137

Great Lakes series of Wedgewood Plates 9.2(1953): 143; 10.2(1954): 148
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