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COMPANY HISTORIES Page Index
Algoma Central Railway by Carol Johnson 43.1(1987): 2-7

Algoma Central steamships by Doreen Rice 23.3(1967): 225-30

Algoma Central steamships, 1970 by Doreen Rice 26.4(1970): 263-65

Allis-Chambers: Great Lakes arsenal of democracy during World War I by Walter F. Peterson - about the company 18.4(1962): 256-60

Around the lakes, 1989 - about Goodrich Transportation Company 20.2(1964): 164

Bankbook for Clevelanders - about Central National Bank 21.3(1965): 247

Big tow by J. W. Alexander and W. L. Oliphant - about the Ganley Tug Line to Sault Mills 17.4(1962): 264-72

Bob-Lo boats - a living tradition by Haviland F. Reves 13.3(1957): 184-97

Bradley Transportation Line by Gerald F. Micketti 35.1(1979): 13-20

Building "yippies" in the Thousand Islands by George K. Houghton - about the Hutchinson Brothers Boat Works 28.3(1972): 196-201

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

Bygones from a bygone era - about the Canadian National Railways 28.3(1972): 233

Canada Steamship Lines, Limited by John B. Dempsey, II 15.1(1959): 4-14

Canadian Pacific Railway Company Steamship Lines - last of an era by Lorenzo Marcolin 22.1(1966): 3-16

Canadian Pacific steamships and the Plimsoll load lines by Lorenzo Marcolin, MD. 35.1(1979): 35-38, 47-51

Cape Vincent's (NY) role in the Northern Transportation Company fleet by Charles Armstrong 4.3(1948): 152-58

Cement afloat by Roy L. Peck - about the Huron Portland Cement Co 21.1(1965): 36-40

Coal for Sheboygan by William A. McDonald - about the C. Reiss Company and mentions the following ships: the schooners Montgomery, John Schuett, W. H. Rounds and the steam barge Nevada 17.1(1961): 15-14

Colonel McKnight's Lake Superior Line by W. R. Williams - about Sheldon McKnight 16.2(1960): 138-44

Composite Steamers by W. A. McDonald - built by the Detroit Dry Dock Co 15.2(1959): 114-16

Concerning Tin Stackers 9.4(1953): 294

Crossing Lake Michigan by Herbert A. Rehfeld - set in 1920s about the Pere Marquette steamers 21.3(1965): 187-93

Days of the Hart Steamboat Line by Oakman 28.4(1972): 302-05

Detroit, Belle Isle and Windsor Ferry Company 1891-1907 by Haviland F. Reves 20.2(1964): 148-49

Early history of the International Shipmasters' Assn 7.3(1951): 207-08

Eastland Navigation Company, 1907- 1914 by David W. Francis 34.2(1978): 96-102; 34.3(1978): 182-89

Erie fleet about the Erie Railroad 7.3(1951): 204-05

Family affair . . . the Mitchell Steamship Company by Mary Louise Mitchell Schaefer assisted by Pauline G Fanslow 39.4(1983): 249-54

Four long and one short: A history of the Great Lakes Towing Company by Alexander C. Meakin 30.4(1974): 231-41; 31.1(1975): 14-27; 31.2(1975): 117-24, 133-38; 31.4(1975): 278-90; 32.1(1976): 17-27; 32.2(1976): 112-21; 32.3(1976): 192-99; 32.4(1976): 255-62; 33.1(1977): 37-42, 51-55; 33.2(1977): 113-20; 33.3(1977): 206-14; 33.4(1977): 293-94, 303-10; 34.1(1978): 13-20

Georgian Bay epoch - ships and shipbuilders at Coldwater by William R. McNeil & Patrick Folkes - about the Hayes Brothers 39.2(1983): 106-11

Georgian Bay Line by Donald E. Poste 14.4(1958): 299-301

Georgian Bay Line by Richard H. Braun 54.3(1998): 175-83

Gilchrist Transportation Company by John S. Watterson 15.3(1959): 215-21

Goodrich Line by R G Plumb 1.2(1945): 18-24; rep. 50.3(1994): 202-08

Grand River Line by John Derler 22.4(1966): 323-25

Great Lakes cruise ship to Tidewater by Albert W. Bradley - about Georgian Bay Lines excursion ship 17.1(1961): 66-70

Great Lakes Steamship Company by Milton J. Brown 13.2(1957): 142-44

Great white squadron by Henry Folger - about the Thousand Island Steamship Co in the 1870s 23.2(1967): 152-53

H to the 50th power: Hall Corporation's golden anniversary by Robert D. Graham 34.4(1978): 252-61

Historical collection of Insurance Company of North America 24.3(1968): 261

History of the Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Company by A T Zillmer 2.2(1946): 75-80; 2.4(1946): 257-65

History of the Hudson's Bay Company Post at Little Current, Ontario compiled by Frank A. Myers 15.2(1959): 88-96; 15.3(1959): 222-32; 15.4(1959): 276-82; 16.1(1960): 47-59

History of the Northern Steamship Company by Al Miller 55.1(1999): 18-30

Hudson's Bay Company receives awards of merit 26.3(1970): 184

I knew them when . . . by William Anderson & John Zeile - about the Candler Brothers Fleet 48.4(1992): 262-80

Ice, Water Allouez Express by Al Miller - about the Cleveland-Cliffs Co in 1941 50.2(1994): 86-93

Imperial's Ice flight by Gordon R. McKean - about Imperial Oil Co 21.2(1965): 144

Incidents - amusing, tragic and otherwise by A. T. Killmer - about the Cleveland and Buffalo Transit Lines and mention the ships State of Ohio, City of Buffalo, City of Erie 22.3(1966): 185-93

Islands ho! The story of a boat line by Theodore N. Ferris, Jr. - about the Neuman Boat Lines 29.1(1973): 27-32

Lake Erie Excursion Company by A. T. Killer 16.4(1960): 275-82

Lake Michigan Car Ferry Transportation Company by George W. Hilton 18.1(1962): 27-38

Life on the western rivers by Don Nash - worked for the Green Line 50.1(1994): 46-53

Lure of the Lakes by George P. Wakefield - talks about George Goetz's fleet 41.2(1985): 138-39

Matthews Boat Company spans 84 years by Samuel A. Jaeger 46.3(1990): 170-73

Memories of the D&C: An informal look at the Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company by William Clark Robinson 26.1(1970): 7-19

Michigan's Indian Factory at Detroit, 1802-1805 by Dr. Russell M. Magnaghi 38.3(1982): 171-78

Michigan's Indian Factory at Mackinac, 1808-1812 by Dr. Russell M Magnaghi 39.1(1983): 22-30

Miller Boat Line by Andy Sykora 38.4(1982): 245-51

Needle ice and wild ducks by Alexander C. Meakin - about the Great Lakes Towing Company 25.2(1969): 123-28

New England Transportation Company by W. R. Williams 14.1(1958): 50-54

New steamboat line - about the Crosby Transportation Line 23.1(1967): 55

Northwest Transportation Company by W. R. Williams 18.2(1962): 112-18

Ocean Marine Insurance by John E Frankel 18.2(1962): 140-41

Ogdensburg ships 12.3(1956): 221

Oglebay Norton Company by E. L. O'Connor 13.4(1957): 320; 14.2(1958): 115-19

Oglebay, Norton Anniversary Map 10.2(1954): 149

One hundred crossings by R. G. Plumb - about the Pere Marquette fleet 10.2(1954): 96-101

Ontario Car Ferry Company, 1905-1950 by W. A. Howard 6.2(1950): 111-113

Owen Sound Transportation Co, Ltd 24.3(1968): 250

Pacific Coast Steamship records 2.2(1946): 133

Pictures along the waterfront: An informal view of the D & C Navigation Company by William C. Robinson 26.3(1970): 188-94

Pittsburgh "supers" by Gary S. Dewar - about he Pittsburgh Steamship Company 48.1(1992): 2-19

Portage Lake Ferry Sam Eales and John Martin ran this ferry 8.2(1952): 133-34

Pulpwood fleet by Carl C. Hanks (about Roen fleet) 10.2(1954): 79-82

Rags of the Greene Line by Don Naish 49.1(1993): 44-46

Road to the lower Lakes by Nancy A. Schneider - about Cleveland Company 54.2(1998): 102-10

Rockefeller fleet by Roger M. Jone 3.3(1947): 131-36

Rutland railway lake steamers by William C. Pletz 21.4(1965): 277-87

Sandusky and Cleveland - Railroad rivals in the 1850s by Paul P. Laning 28.3(1972): 189-95

Sandusky Indian Factory 1806 - 1812 by Russell M. Magnaghi 39.3(1983): 174-79, 192

Sherwin-Williams Co.'s Lake shipping venture 6.1(1950):

Small trust boat sail - about US Steel 17.1(1961): 60

Story of the D & C by Francis Duncan - about the Detroit and Cleveland Steam Navigation Co 7.4(1951): 219-28; 8.1(1952): 49-55; 8.2(1952): 90-98; 8.3(1952): 167-76; 8.4(1952): 268-74; 9.1(1953): 27-34; 9.2(1953): 125-29; 9.3(1953): 181

Story of the Goodrich Line by Capt. D. J. McGarity - author was a sailor for the Line 14.3(1958): 221-26

Tin stackers (errata and addenda) 10.2(1954): 144-45

Tin stackers by Rev. Edward J. Dowling, S. J. - about Pittsburgh Steamship Company 9.2(1953): 79-85; 9.3(1953): 175-79; 9.4(1953): 271-80; 10.1(1954): 43-50

Vessels visit at Buffalo, 1841 to 1870 - about ships built at Union Dry Dock Co. yard at Buffalo, NY 10.3(1954): 224-25

We are pleased to announce, by Gerald D. Gilbert - about the Ann Arbor railroad and the Arthur K Atkinson 36.3(1980): 177-78

Wilson Fleet, freight pioneers by Jewell R. Dean 2.3(1946): 159-64

Wooden boats and wooden boxes: Recollections of the Great Lakes by Ernest L. Ellenberger - about the Smead Box Company in Cleveland, OH 47.3(1991): 209-10

CRUISES/VOYAGES Page Index
1860 vacation jaunt by J. E. Snow - diary of Aug 17 trip 6.3(1950): 177-84

Around Lake Superior, summer 1978 by Dr. Julius F. Wolff, Jr. 35.2(1979): 112-15

Bound down, a summer cruise in 1897 by Elise Janet French 4.1(1948): 47-53

Buffalo to Chicago in 1839 by Fred Landon 4.3(1948): 168-72

By canoe to Lake Superior in 1838 by Fred Landon - about Rev. James Evans 29.1(1973): 33-36, 45-46

Cruising down the river by Dan W. Weber 11.4(1955): 295-96

Detroit to Buffalo in 1834 14.4(1958): 317

First trip by steam to Lake Superior (1845) by Lewis Marvill 22.4(1966): 301-04

Great Lakes cruising clubs 21.2(1965): 165

Lakes Journey of 1850 52.4(1996): 311-17

Midsummer voyages on Northern Seas 20.2(1964): 147

St Lawrence steamboat days by Frederick Curry 7.4(1951): 264-71

Stormy voyage in 1850 by F. H. Armstrong 18.3(1962): 219-24

Summer season, 1898 18.2(1962): 135

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

Vacation voyages on inland seas by Paul T. Hurt, Jr. - about his personal recollections 7.2(1951): 91-98; 7.3(1951): 167-73; 7.4(1951): 257-63

Visit to Lake Superior - 1866 by Ernest H. Rankin 16.1(1960): 14-24

Winter mission by David Page - personal memories 19.4(1963): 288-91

Winter trip to Mackinac by Lee Miller 22.1(1966): 71

Wolseley Expedition crosses the Great Lakes by James P. Barry 24.2(1968): 91-107
 
EXPOS/SHOWS Page Index
1980 Mid-America Boat Show 36.1(1980): 58

1981 Mid-America Boat Show by T. A. Sykora 37.1(1981): 64

1982 Mid-America Boat Show by Thomas A. Sykora 38.1(1982): 62

21st Annual Cleveland Mid-America Boat Show 33.4(1977): 321

Canadian Universal and International Exhibition - 1967 23.2(1967): 162

Cleveland Exhibit 1.1(1945): 41

Feature attraction - Sports and Travel Shows by William R. Wingate 32.2(1976): 148-49

Glamour on the waterfront by Theodore N. Ferris - about the Great Lakes Expo in 1936 37.3(1981): 213

Great Lakes Historical Society at Cleveland's Mid-America Boat Show '77 by Thomas A. Sykora 33.1(1977): 69-70

Great Lakes Historical Society at the 1979 Mid-America Boat Show by Thomas H. Sykora 35.1(1979): 63-64

Man and his world - theme at Expo 1967 24.2(1968): 173

Mid-America Boat Show (1975) by Thomas A. Sykora 31.1(1975): 72-74

Mid-America Boat Show by Thomas A. Sykora 32.1(1976): 63-65

Mid-America Boat Show, 1974 by Capt. Herbert W. Dosey 30.1(1974): 70-71

Mid-America exposition - about the event 3.2(1947): 117-18

Model Boat Competition and Lifesaving Display at the Mid-America Boat Show by Thomas A. Sykora 34.1(1978): 70-72

River and harbors convention (1907) 33.4(1977): 282-86
FERRIES Page Index
Sault Ste Marie ferries by Doreen Rice 20.2(1964): 115-19

Straits of Mackinac ferries by Doreen Rice 14.2(1958): 108-14
 
FICTION Page Index
Six buckets by Neil E. Jones 51.3(1995): 57; 51.4(1995): 50-58
 
HISTORY - GENERAL Page Index
Addenda to the Lewis Cass Expedition of 1820: Letters from Lewis Cass to David Bates Douglass by Dr. Sydney W. Jackman 28.1(1972): 17-35

Ancient Chippewa Indian prayer 13.2(1957): 122

Bicentennial USA 31.1(1975): 3-6

Colonial trail blazers around western Lake Erie by Paul F. Laning 19.4(1963): 266-76

Development of the Lake Superior Region by Hon. Peter White 11.2(1955): 92-102

Devil and Champlain by Frank R. Kramer - about the explorer in the Great Lakes 7.3(1951): 147-59

Discovery of Lake Erie by Lucien Campeau S. J. 40.4(1984): 238-53

Dutch settlement of Great Lakes cities in the mid nineteenth century by John H. Yzenbaard 27.1(1971): 18-27

Early exploration of Lake Erie and Lake Huron by McLeod Orford 24.4(1968): 267-78

Early Lake Superior 14.4(1958): 316-17

Early news of the Upper Peninsula by Ernest H. Rankin - about the Alger Echo (a tabloid) 25.1(1969): 85

From Fort Niagara to Mackinac in 1767 - a letter written by John Porteous 2.2(1946): 86-97

From shore to shore by Miriam Mansfield Stimson 28.3(1972): 171-82

George F Porter and the second Cass Expedition by J Henry Porter 1.3(1945): 16-20

Great Britain To Celebrate U.S. Bicentennial by Rosemary Kovacs 31.4(1975): 330

Great Lakes Indian lore by Capt. Herbert W. Dosey 31.2(1975): 97-112

Henry Bayfield's hydrographic survey of Lake Huron by Scott D. Wilson 48.2(1992): 117-27

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft visits Lake Superior by Ernest H. Rankin 20.3(1964): 205-10

Iron money 26.3(1970): 233

Iron money - about the currency in the Upper Peninsula 3.3(1947): 193-95

Jesuits in the Lake Superior country by Russell M. Magnaghi 41.2(1985): 190-203

License issued to Youngs L. Morgan by Henry R. Schoolcraft, Indain Agent - issued on July 29, 1822 18.4(1962): 299

Life on Lake Erie a century ago by Grace Hunter 22.1(1966): 17-28; 22.2(1966): 111-20; 22.3(1966): 196-207

Map of "Novelle France" 8.4(1952): 283

Moving and losing locomotives by John Hoxland White, Jr. 52.1(1996): 56-62, 69

Niagara odyssey by John Eastman 29.4(1973): 249-61

Norsemen in medieval America: An appraisal of the evidence by W. R. Anderson 34.3(1978): 190-99

Painting commemorates Lewis Cass Expedition by Ernest H. Rankin 26.1(1970): 49-55

Ports of entry and collectors of customs in Upper Canada, 1797-1841 by Frederich H. Armstrong 26.2(1970): 137-44

Red Jacket's medal - about the leader of the Seneca 18.1(1962): 77-78

Rush-Bagot Agreement (Ont) 23.3(1967): 260

Sir George Gibbons, Canadian diplomat, and the Boundary Waters Treaty by Harriet E. Whitney 29.2(1973): 99-109

Struggle to establish civilization on the Michigan Iron Range by Nancy A. Schneider 54.1(1998): 24-31

Turning point dates on the Great Lakes, March 22, 1938 - pictures 40.4(1984): 286-89

U.S.-Canada border friction by James P. Barry 45.2(1989): 75-89; 45.3(1989): 183-91; 45.4(1989): 256-71

Upper Lakes of North America by Richard Palmer 54.2(1998): 111-18

View of the Great Lakes in 1648: A tribute to the Jesuit Relations by Theodore D. Wakefield 32.3(1976): 184-91
Wilkins Expedition: Disaster site debate by Daniel E. Marsalek 40.1(1984): 55-57

HYMNS/SONGS Page Index
For those in peril on the sea by Fred Landon - a hymn 20.1(1964): 3-4

Keep the lower lights burning - song about a shipwreck 18.1(1962): 54
 
INDUSTRIES Page Index
Aborted Cooper Expedition to Lake Superior country, 1800 by Dr Russell M. Magnaghi 36.2(1980): 80-86

American grain trade of the Great Lakes, 1825-1873 by Thomas D. Odle 7.4(1951): 237-45; 8.1(1952): 23-28; 8.2(1952): 99-104; 8.3(1952): 177-92; 8.4(1952): 248-54; 9.1(1953): 52-58; 9.2(1953): 105-109; 9.3(1953): 162-67; 9.4(1953): 256-62

America's first railroad by Richard Palmer 46.4(1990): 242-44

Barrels to barrows, buckets to belts: 120 years of iron ore handling on the Great Lakes by John A. Burke 31.4(1975): 266-77

Big tugs and big rafts - A story of Georgian Bay lumbering by W R Williams 3.1(1947): 11-16

Buffalo and the Great Lakes trade - 1825-1900 by Marvin A. Rapp 17.1(1961): 18-24; 17.2(1962): 143-49

Commerce of the Lakes 12.3(1956): 221

Commercial wrecking on the Great Lakes by Alexander C. Meakin 24.1(1968): 3-15; 24.2(1968): 118-26

Copper on the "the saltless seas" compiled by Nancy Schneider 53.3(1997): 161-69

Direct trade between our lake ports and Europe 21.2(1965): 148-50

Early Great Lakes trade with Europe by George V. Brown - covers the years 1847-63 17.1(1961): 4-9

Era of pig iron in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan by Dr. Herbert J. Brinks 25.3(1969): 225-34

Exploration for natural gas in Ohio by E. Perry Bendler 18.4(1962): 281-90

First U.S. ore carrier trip into the Seaway by James Gallagher - mentions E G Grace 41.2(1985): 89-99

French interest in Lake Superior copper by Donald Chaput 26.1(1970): 20-35

Frontier railroads in Ohio's Great Lakes region by Paul F. Lansing 10.3(1954): 180-86

Future of the Great Lakes - overseas general cargo operations by Dr. Donald A. Gandre 31.4(1975): 303-10

Future taconite development in the Lake Superior area by John S. Wilbur 20.4(1964): 277-88

Great Lakes iron ore carrier by E. B. Williams 18.3(1962): 172-89

Great Lakes, 1850-61 by Andrew T. Brown - about copper and iron industries 7.1(1951): 29-32; 7.2(1951): 93-104; 7.3(1951): 185-89

Greatness of the Great Lakes by William Ganson Rose - as a commerce and business center 6.2(1950): 67-73

Hazards for hookers: The lumber ships of Lake Superior by Julius F. Wolff, Jr. 50.3(1994): 161-77; 50.4(1994): 266-76, 310

Historic mines of Isle Royale by George R. Fox 8.4(1952): 234-41; 9.1(1953): 43-51

Ice industry at Put-in-bay by Thomas H. Langlois 4.1(1948): 41-43

Incredible logging ships - pictures 54.3(1998): 206-07

Iron age dawns on Lake Superior by Nancy A. Schneider 53.4(1997): 274-81

Iron Mines of Steep Rock Lake, Ontario by Hugh M. Roberts 6.3(1950): 139-43

Iron trail retraced by rail by Elizabeth deCourcy Greene 18.4(1962): 325-26

Joseph Dart and the emergence of Buffalo as a grain port, 1820-1860 by Arthur A. Markowitz 25.3(1969): 179-90

Lake Erie Region, gas and oil producing formations (map) 18.4(1962): 280

Logs for Saginaw by Robert C. Johnson development of raft-towing on Lake Huron 5.1(1949): 37-41; 5.2(1949): 83-90

Lumber ports of Marinette-Menominee in the nineteenth century by Carl E. Krog 28.4(1972): 272-80

Marquette's iron ore docks by Ernest H. Rankin 23.3(1967): 231-37

Midland Blast Furnace (Midland, Ont) by W. R. Williams 19.4(1963): 308-10

Mineral and timber prospects in Upper Michigan: The 1858 diary of John V. L. Pruyn by Dr. Jerome Mushlat 30.2(1974): 84-94

Ore and coal exchange by Thomas Andrew Sykora - about the organization to coordinate traffic 14.3(1958): 192-98

Ore docks by Eric Hirsimaki 47.3(1991): 165-78

Potato ships of Lake Michigan by Theodore S. Charrney 44.1(1988): 46-51

Railroad ferry boats on the Niagara River by Erik Heyl 17.2(1962): 97-104; (conjecture refuted) 17.3(1962): 225-26

Recent changes in coal traffic on the Great makes by Donald A. Gandre 34.1(1978): 51-58

Recent changes in the flow pattern of iron ore on the Great Lakes by Dr. Donald A. Gandre 27.4(1971): 247-59

Rivalry between Chicago and Wisconsin lake ports for control of the grain trade by Patrick E. McLear 24.3(1968): 225-33

Underwater recovery of locomotive by John H. White Jr. 52.3(1996): 234-36

Up the grades on ore 53.3(1997): 178-911

Upper Great Lakes lumber era by Randall E. Rohe 40.1(1984): 16-29

West to east - New cargoes for the inland seas - transporting coal from the west 29.3(1973): 211-12

Wings over Lake Erie by Donald S. Bowman 49.1(1993): 4-7


LIGHTHOUSES Page Index
Au Sable Light, sentinel of the "Great Sands" by James L. Carter 33.2(1977): 96-105

Braddock's Point Light by Barbara A. Carden 41.2(1985): 220-23

Brief history of the Split Rock Lighthouse by Glenn Sandvik 28.3(1972): 206-08, 217-22

Buffalo piers and lighthouses 100 year ago 1.1(1945): 37-38

Canadian lighthouse lens and fog systems on the Great Lakes before automation by Harry T. Crump 49.2(1993): 84-87

Caribou Island Light by Harry T. Crump - located on Lake Superior 49.3(1993): 185-86

Caribou Light by James L Carter 42.3(1986): 167

Caribou Lighthouse by B. Chisholm & A. Gutsche 54.4(1998): 260-63

Caribou retires 3.2(1947): 118-19

Demise of the Maumee Bay Range Lights by Steve Cook 36.3(1980): 165-67

Early lighthouse construction: A case study by David W. Francis 44.4(1988): 290-99

Fairport Lighthouse (Ohio) 1.2(1945): 48

First federal lighthouse on the Great Lakes by Herbert R. Spencer 22.2(1966): 127-28

First Georgian Bay lighthouse by W. R. Williams 12.2(1956): 134

First lighthouse on Lake Ontario near Kingston by R. A. Preston 13.3(1957): 198-204

First lighthouse on the Great Lakes by Lillian Rae Benson - about the Mississauga Light 1.2(1945): 14-17

Gibraltar Point Light by Rowley Murphy 3.3(1947): 150-54 ; 3.4(1947): 248-53

History of Whitefish Point Light by Janice H. Gerred 45.2(1989): 90-91

Horseshoe Reef Lighthouse by Alec McEwen 43.2(1987): 141-49

House clan at Whitefish Point by Janice H. Gerred 45.1(1989): 26-27

Improved signal lamp developed in Oswego (NY) 51.1(1995): 31, 77

Jewel of Lake Erie by Ellen McKenzie Lawson - about the lighthouse near Lorain, OH 45.3(1989): 153-54

Journal of shipwrecks in the vicinity of the lighthouse at Waugoshance (MI) 3.1(1947): 21-24

Lake Superior lifesaver reminisces by Dr Julius F. Wolff, Jr - about John F. Soldenski 24.2(1968): 108-17

Light house on Gibraltar Point, York, 1809 26.4(1970): 312

Light shall never fail by Loretta A. Brandon - about the Presque Isle Lighthouse 44.1(1988): 2-4

Light that shone for a hundred years by Pearl E Killinen - about the lighthouse located at Fairport Harbor, OH 2.2(1946): 98-100

Lighthouse and shipwrecks . . . Thirty Mile Point by Ronald Findlay - in Somerset, NY 52.2(1996): 152-56

Lighthouse glows again at Barcelona (NY) 18.2(1962): 151

Lighthouse luminaries by Kathleen Warnes 42.3(1986): 156-66

Lightkeeper Caribou Island by Harry T. Crump 49.4(1993): 314-15

Marble head Lighthouse by Merlin D. Wolcott - located on Lake Erie in Ottawa Co., OH 10.4(1954): 274-73

Marblehead Lighthouse supplement by Merlin D. Wolcott 37.2(1981): 84-89

Mariners' Memorial Lighthouse Park by Willis Metcalfe - located Milford, Ont 24.2(1968): 173

Old lighthouse lens 2.2(1946): 128-29

Otter Island Light by Fred Landon 12.4(1956): 304-05

Point Pelee Lighthouse 14.1(1958): 67

Presque Isle Lighthouse 21.2(1965): 165

Silver Creek Lighthouse 8.3(1952): 211

Through the new rearview lens by Alan W. Sweigart 54.3(1998): 170-73

To disappear from Lake Erie - about the Erieau Lighthouse 4.4(1948): 279

Trip to lonely Caribou-Island outpost of the Lakes by James L. Carter 35.1(1979): 4-12; 35.2(1979): 95-103; 35.3(1979): 201

Whitefish Point Light by James M. Ripley 24.4(1968): 279-84

Whitefish Point Lighthouse by Janice H. Gerred -lists lighthouse keepers 29.2(1973): 131

Whitefish Point Lighthouse Historical Marker by Janice H. Gerred 30.3(1974): 222

Wicks, wrecks, & the wilderness: An overview of the historic lighthouses and shipwrecks of Isle Royale by Thom Holden 53.1(1997): 36-49; 53.2(1997): 130-41
 
MAGAZINES Page Index
Columnist joins Seaway viewers by John W. Love 14.3(1958): 237-38

Spirit of the Lakes by Charles E. Frohman - a magazine history 29.2(1973): 110-12

Twenty-fifth birthday: Inland Seas 1945-1970 by Donna L. Root 26.1(1970): 3-6


MARITIME HISTORY Page Index
1857 depression on the Lakes by R. G. Plumb 10.4(1954): 290-91

50th year reader the old lake triplets by Dana T. Bowen - reprint 50.3(1994): 194-98

Addenda to "They sailed away on Lake Superior," by Dr. Julius F. Wolff, Jr. 30.1(1974): 47

All aboard as it used to be by George A. Vargo 12.4(1956): 300

Approaching our 200th Anniversary 31.3(1975): 245

Assessment of the Bicentennial by John W. Warner 32.4(1976): 247

At the end of the nineteenth century contributed by John Burke 54.1(1998): 5-6

Black and white and color freighters in literature 22.2(1966): 153-54

By land and sea by Herbert W. Dosey 11.1(1955): 10-16

Calming troubled waters: The organization, procedures and operations of the International Joint Commission by Michael F. Scheuer 36.1(1980): 4-11

Captains in procession by Anna Young 13.4(1957): 299-300

Charles Dickens on Lake Erie by David D. Anderson 17.1(1961): 25-30

Chicago kid 2.1(1946): 60-61

Cleveland Power Squadron 1.1(1945): 38-39; rep. 26.3(1970): 241

Come back again, for the first time by Alan W. Sweigert 46.4(1990): 298-99

Crews of the British Squadron at Put-in-Bay by Robert Malcolmson 51.2(1995): 16-29; 51.3(1995): 43

Crews on early Great Lakes vessels by Richard F. Palmer 49.4(1993): 259-62

Do all lawyers know? by Charles E Frohman - about the Western Reserve area of OH 30.3(1974): 183-85

Early Lake Erie island steamers in stereoscopic pictures by Merlin D. Wolcott 34.1(1978): 21-25

Early sailing on Lake Superior 26.2(1970): 152-53

Erie - The record of a lake by Kenneth Cottingham 16.2(1960): 131-37; 16.3(1960): 215-23

Extended Navigation Season Studied by Dwight Boyer 27.1(1971): 50-51

Extraordinary case of salvage by William Vessey -set in 1853 23.1(1967): 15-21

Farewell to shore by Myrtle Reynolds Adams 13.1(1957): 38

Fictitious islands of Lake Superior by Conrad E. Heidenreich 43.3(1987): 168-77

Firehold University by J. J. Garth - about working below decks 39.3(1983): 188-93

First American boat on Lake Ontario - 1789 32.3(1976): 224

First complete map of Great Lakes returns from England - 1641 45.3(1989): 155-56

Fishermen on Canadian Lake Superior: One hundred years by John L. Goodier 45.4(1989): 284-306

Fitting out on the Great Lakes 55.1(1999): 42-54

Five miles out and 100 feet down by Randall R Nelson 43.3(1987): 194-98

Ford-built cars once freighters were! 21.4(1965): 334-35

Formation and history of the "Greatest" Lakes by Russell McKee 22.4(1966): 283-94

From fur trading post to seaport by Anna G. Young 18.3(1962): 199-201

Ghosts of the Great Lake by Rowley W. Murphy - mentions the Minnedosa and J. P. Radenmuller, a lighthousekeeper 17.2(1962): 88-96; 17.3(1962): 195-201

Grand old Ladies of the Great Lakes by Alan W. Sweigert 45.4(1989): 237-45

Grant them a safe return 13.1(1957): 68-69

Great Lakes built sub rescued B-29 crew by Wayne B. Cahoon, Jr. 46.4(1990): 245-47

Great Lakes in ancient times and a glimpse into the future by E. B. Williams 18.2(1962): 87-95

Great Lakes in United States-Canadian relations: The first stock-taking by N. P. Dreisziger 28.4(1972): 259-71

Great Lakes overseas service, 1946-1957 14.2(1958): 149

Great Lakes, 1850 - 1861 by Andrew T. Brown 6.3(1950): 161-65; 6.4(1950): 234-39

Great Lakes: Molders of industry by Bertram B. Lewis 23.1(1967): 28-32

Hard days and nights of the Lakes 48.1(1992): 65

Hay scow by Richard Palmer 53.4(1997): 242-47

Historic ships of the Great Lakes 10.3(1954): 221

Historic shipwrecks of the Great Lakes by Dana Thomas Bowen - Capt. William P. Benham of the Nahant is mentioned 8.1(1952): 3-13

Horace Greeley on Michigan's Upper Peninsula by David D. Anderson 17.4(1962): 301-06

Horse Boy excerpted by Richard F. Palmer - position onboard ship 41.3(1985): 154-57

Hulett story by Eric Hirsimaki - about loading and unloading the cargoes 47.2(1991): 82-95

Hulls and engines 8.2(1952): 134

I, too, was fascinated by Ernest H. Rankin, Sr. 34.4(1978): 284-85, 293-95
 
Impact of the 1783 Treaty of Paris on the Great Lakes by Captain John H. Bruce 40.1(1984): 6-7

In retrospect by Dr. Julius F. Wolff, Jr. - about the Nov, 1976 32.2(1976): 122-24

Inland Seas of 1862 by Ernest H. Rankin, Sr. 34.1(1978): 26-31

Inland seas of North America: Our greatest natural resource by Edgerton B. Williams 26.2(1970): 91-101

International border excitement hides in dull documents by Richard F. Palmer 44.1(1988): 70-71

International hydrological decade by Beatrice Corbett 27.1(1971): 3-7

International Joint Commission's role in maintaining stable water levels by William R. Willoughby 28.2(1972): 109-18

Isle Royale Compact of 1844 by Russell M. Magnaghi 33.4(1977): 287-92

It'll never catch on, Mr. Ford - Henry Ford on the James A Farrell (Pittsburgh steamer) with Capt. Bailey in 1913 22.1(1966): 70-71

Lake Erie 12.3(1956): 212-14

Lake Erie Anecdote by DeForest Mellon 10.4(1954): 295

Lake Erie exploration to 1800: A selected list of materials in the Cleveland Public Library by P W McDermott 1.2(1945): 2-7

Lake harbors and commerce, 1840 18.1(1962): 53-54

Lake Michigan navigation in the 1850's by Ralph G. Plumb 7.4(1951): 229-36

Lake Michigan shipping 1830-1850 by R. G. Plumb 5.2(1949): 67-75

Lake Superior - 1854 by Ernest H. Rankin 19.4(1963): 311-17

Lake Superior - exploration and mapping by Deidre S. Tomaszewski 55.2(1999): 106-18

Lake Superior and early navigation by R. A. Brotherton 13.1(1957): 50-53

Lake trip on an ore carrier in 1897 12.3(1956): 216-18

Lakehead to the seas by Albert W. Bradley - trip through GL 15.2(1959): 149-51

Lakes as they looked in Moby Dick 12.3(1956): 209

Learn to sail in '76! 32.1(1976): 65

Magnitude of the Lakes - traveling on the Lakes 20.2(1964): 146

Major ports of the Great Lakes - Their tonnages and principal traffic in 1948 by Albert G. Ballert 8.2(1952): 113-17

Marine casualties on the Great Lakes 1863-1873: An analysis by David W. Francis 42.4(1986): 261-69

Marine Intelligence - recover hull from first steamer of Lake Superior 6.1(1950): 47-51

Men who sought stone for their daily bread by Richard Palmer - about stone hookers 47.4(1991): 251-52

Michigan State Naval Brigade by Duane Ernest Miller 45.3(1989): 157-64

Naval construction on the Great Lakes by Capt. Marvin H. Gluntz, US Navy 13.4(1957): 256-68

Navigation news of 1860 by Neil F. Morrison, Ph.D 16.4(1960): 283-88

Navigation on Lake Erie, 1825-1860 by Pamela Wilson Reeves 14.4(1958): 256-63; 15.1(1959): 55-60; 15.2(1959): 97-105; 15.3(1959): 200-06; 15.4(1959): 306-11; 16.1(1960): 25-31; 16.2(1960): 100-10

Navigation on the river - a steamer nearly sunk 8.4(1952): 285

Navigation to Detroit, 1860 - mentions the Ruby, Forester, Pearl, Sea Bird, John Wesley 18.1(1962): 50

New look on the Great Lakes by Gordon Macauley 9.2(1953): 92-96

New York Rule by George J. Joachim 41.2(1985): 130-35

News around the Lakes, 1895 18.3(1962): 228

Nostalgia by Etta F. Gilbert 11.4(1955): 299-300

November shipping disasters by Fred Landon 11.3(1955): 221-22

Old tar's twister by Richard F. Palmer 42.3(1986): 168-76; 43.4(1987): 252

One hundred years ago on Lake Ontario by Polly Rogers Hunt 9.3(1953): 217-19

One night on Lake Superior by Gregory W. Streb - set in 1942 52.3(1996): 167-68

Overnight passenger boat by William C. Robinson 25.1(1969): 49-56

Paterson sailors memorial - located in Ft Williams, Ont 23.1(1967): 72-73

Perils of late navigation on the Great Lakes by James Oliver Curwood 26.4(1970): 268-74

Philosophy of a sailor by H. C. Inches 10.1(1954): 64-65

Piracy on Lake Erie by Charles E. Frohman about steamboat Philo Parsons in Sept 1864 and Capt. Walter Ashley 14.3(1958): 172-80

Port your helm: The cross chain steering dilemma 100 years ago by John A. Burke 55.2(1999): 134-37

Recollections of life on the river by Don Naish 52.2(1996): 157-58, 156

Recollections of the Great Lakes, 1874-1944 by Lauchlen P. Morrison 4.3(1948): 173-76; 4.4(1948): 219-27; 5.1(1949): 52-53; 5.2(1949): 106; 6.1(1950): 106; 6.2(1950): 105-110; 6.3(1950): 177-84; 6.4(1950): 258-62; 7.1(1951): 46-53; 7.2(1951): 118-27

Remembering steamboating by Potter Kendall 49.2(1993): 82-83

Reminiscences of Lake Michigan by Ralph G. Plumb 8.3(1952): 147-54

Royal Naval establishment at Penetanguishene by Elsie McLeod Jury 25.3(1969): 213-16

Rum runners by Richard F. Palmer 45.4(1989): 246-49

Rumrunning on the Detroit River by Kathleen Warnes 53.3(1997): 170-77

Run for your money by Robert A. Zeleznik - about a ride on the Bob-Lo boat 16.3(1960): 239

Sailing ships on Lake Ontario by Richard F. Palmer 40.1(1984): 8-15

Salute to some old Lakes steamers by Helen Ball 37.2(1981): 114-15

Saturday, Nov 13, 1852 - value of a harbour 8.4(1952): 291

Scrimshaw - the art from the sea by Robert A. Curtis 43.4(1987): 276

Scuba diving for history on the Great Lakes by Lorenzo Marcolin 31.1(1975): 7-13

Serious Lake commerce -- how early? by Richard F. Palmer 48.3(1992): 224-25

Shipping - the next 100 years 23.4(1967): 334

Ships and Shores by Herbert W. Dosey 11.3(1955): 164-74

Sixty years ago: vessels lost in 1902 18.4(1962): 309

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

Some business aspects of tanker transportation in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River areas by G. Keith Whynot 30.4(1974): 268, 277-86

Some summer observations by I. S. H. Metcalf 2.4(1946): 232-34

Spirit of '26 by Herbert W. Dosey - about rum running across Lake Erie during Prohibition. mentions Capt. George Redlen 9.2(1953): 119-24

Spring by Alan W. Sweigert 40.1(1984): 2-5

Ten days' tugboating by Lawson D. Browne, Captain - 1975 40.3(1984): 159-69

U.S. Lake Survey, 1841- 1974 by Frank A. Blust 32.2(1976): 91-104

Underwater exploration 9.1(1953): 71

Unique Great Lakes operation by James P. Barry 38.1(1982): 4-14

United States-Canadian treaties affecting Great Lakes commerce and navigation by Gilbert R. Johnson 3.4(1947): 203-07; 4.2(1948): 113-19

Waters astern by Herbert W. Dosey 8.1(1952): 14-22

Way things once were by Richard Palmer 53.2(1997): 129

Westward ho, on the waters of the Great Lakes! by Carl A. Norberg 46.4(1990): 275-78

When the airpower rode on paddle wheels by Commander John D. Alden, US Navy about WWII 18.2(1962): 119-22

Who should own the Lakes? Negotiations preceding the Treaty of Ghent by Michael F. Scheuer 38.4(1982): 236-44

Year-round navigation on the Great Lakes by Vice Adm. Paul E. Trimble 32.4(1976): 248-54

Your grandfather's diesel by George Wakefield 50.1(1994): 14-16

MERCHANT MARINES Page Index
Kings Point (NY) Academy's contribution to the American Merchant Marine 6.3(1950): 144-52

They look to the sea for their future by Thomas B. Dancey visit to US Merchant Marine Cadet School in Pass Christian Mississippi 6.1(1950): 10-17

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