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SHIPBUILDING Page Index
Cleveland ship yards - listing of ships built in 1890 27.3(1971): 219

Design variations in vessels for Great Lakes and salt water service by Gary S. Dewar 41.2(1985): 158-61

Fighting ships from Bay City by Bert C. Brennan 1.3(1945): 21-25

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

Harry Defoe, shipbuilder extraordinary by Marvin H. Gluntz 16.2(1960): 88-94

History of shipbuilding in Cleveland, Ohio by Richard J. Wright 12.4(1956): 232-42; 13.1(1957): 29-37; 13.2(1957): 110-17

Inland seas and overseas: Shipbuilding on the Great Lakes during World War II by K. Jack Bauer 38.2(1982): 84-94; 38.3(1982): 165-70

List of the hulls built by F W Wheeler & Co in Bay City, MI by Russell Brown 1.4(1945): 44-55

Michigan shipbuilding cities 1800-1900 by E. Chaput 54.4(1998): 317-39

Oswego ship building by Richard F. Palmer 55.1(1999): 2-4

Other vessels built at Clayton, New York by Richard Palmer 49.2(1993): 156-59

Perry's Cleveland built navy ship 19.2(1963): 135

Ship building in Vermilion (Ohio) by C. S. Metcalf 10.1(1954): 66

Ship construction - research and development by E. B. Williams 17.4(1962): 256-63

Shipbuilding at Chaumont Bay (NY) by Richard F. Palmer 48.4(1992): 241-54

Shipbuilding days in old Oswego (NY) by Dr. Harold D. Alford 13.2(1957): 88-94; 13.3(1957): 219-25; 13.4(1957): 306-12

Shipbuilding in Little Sturgeon Bay, 1866- 1874 by Walter M Hirthe 32.4(1976): 270-80; 33.1(1977): 12-21

Shipbuilding in the Niagara Peninsula: A study in nineteenth century enterprise by Bruce A. Parker 36.2(1980): 87-95; 36.3(1980): 179-85

Shipbuilding in Vermilion by Steven L. Barry 49.3(1993): 191-98

Shipbuilding on Ward's Canal by Martin Wiener - about E B Ward 49.3(1993): 187-90

Shipyards at Chippewa, Ontario by Erik Heyl 18.3(1962): 215-18

War shipbuilding on the Great Lakes by Leathem S. Smith 2.3(1946): 147-54

Wooden ship building by H. C. Inches 7.1(1951): 3-12
SHIIPPING HISTORY - GENERAL Page Index
Age of sail ended on Ontario by Richard Palmer - last of the schooners 46.1(1990): 6-10

Bateau sails again by Frederick Curry 18.1(1962): 72

Boats on the Great Lakes in 1818 4.1(1948): 67-68

Bound away - freshwater and saltwater, 1976 by Walter Havighurst 32.3(1976): 171-83

Bulk freight vessel by Lawrence A. Pomeroy, Jr 2.3(1946): 191-200

Bulk freighter of the Great Lakes by Frank E. Kirby and A. P. Rankin 34.3(1978): 218-23

Bumboats by Theodore N. Ferris - about the floating general stores 34.1(1978): 59-60

Canadian bulk construction 1945-59 by Gary S. Dewar 43.1(1987): 24-42; 43.2(1987): 102-23

Canadian steam packet service of the Upper Lakes by Dr. W. R. Wightman 46.4(1990): 248-64

Changes in the existing fleet, 1945-1970 by Gary S. Dewar 45.2(1989): 95-116; 45.3(1989): 165-82
 
Chicago's passenger ships by Clarence J. Root covers the years 1888-1904 5.1(1949): 26-36

Comparison of the largest Great Lakes bulk carriers 1911-50 46.2(1990): 144-45

Cost of steamboating 1830s - 1840s by Richard F. Palmer 48.1(1992): 49-58

Decade of great ships: 1948-58 by Walter C. Cowles 45.3(1989): 193-211

End of the coastal steamer service by Fred Landon 11.1(1955): 68-70

Evolution of Great Lakes ships by Bernard E. Ericson 25.2(1969): 91-104; 25.3(1969): 199-212

Excursion Steamers by Alan W. Sweigert 40.2(1984): 121-23

Eye opening view of Great Lakes shipping as seen three-quarters of a century ago by John A. Burke - from Ralph Williams' Honorable Peter White 41.4(1985): 232-43

Fire fighting ships by Herbert W. Dosey 17.3(1962): 172-76

Fireboats in Milwaukee by James R. Maher and John J. Sutschek 18.1(1962): 22-26

Fish boats under sail 53.1(1997): 2-14

Great Lakes drftwood, schooners and scows by H. C. Inches and Chester J. Partlow 20.4(1964): 289-94

Great Lakes driftwood schooner-scows augmented by Richard E. Palmer 42.2(1986): 78-83

Great Lakes ferries in San Francisco Bay 24.4(1968): 336

Great Lakes perspective - the schooners 39.3(1983): 154-55

Hinged freighters - concept for the future? by James A Ripley 22.3(1966): 241-42

Lake Michigan, 1925: Sailing with the last of the windjammers by Carl A. Norberg 35.4(1979): 258-68

Lumber carriers of the Lakes by W. R. Williams 11.3(1955): 203-207

Lure of the Lakes: SCs in my life by George Wakefield - sub chasers 45.2(1989): 133-35

Mail boats of Detroit by Herbert W. Dosey 17.4(1962): 307-10

Memorable yacht: From halcyon days to Holocaust by William P. Rapprich 28.2(1972): 87-95

Old St Lawrence river steamers 18.2(1962): 152

On-coming events - Tall Ships by Richard F. Palmer 40.2(1984): 138-39

Operation of tugboats on the Great Lakes by Theodore N. Ferris 37.1(1981): 13-15

Package freighter: Victims of war by Daniel O. Fletcher 17.2(1962): 131-37; (supplementary comment) by A. T. Killmer 17.3(1962): 222-24

Passenger steamers on Lake Erie by Steve Cook 35.2(1979): 145-46

Pole boats (1905) 25.4(1969): 321-22

Rebuilding the Great Lakes US bulk cargo fleet by George Palmer 54.1(1998): 52-67; 54.2(1998): 149-65

Rebuilding the post-war bulk Fleet by Gary S. Dewer 42.2(1986): 84-101

St Lawrence river steamers by Allen Westcott 20.2(1964): 100-03

Steam vessels on Lake Ontario, 1845 11.2(1955): 147-48

Steamboats on Lake Erie, 1839 11.2(1955): 146

Story of the whaleback vessels and of their inventor, Alexander McDougall by Rev. Edward J. Dowling, S. J. 13.3(1957): 172-83

Turret ships on the Lakes 4.2(1948): 139-40

U.S. Fleet Lakes to Europe 11.3(1955): 219-20

U.S. Maritime Commission L6-type ore carriers by Gary S. Dewar 49.1(1993): 15-43

Vanishing fleets by Rev. Edward J. Dowling - the story of the Great Lakes package freighters 2.1(1946): 7-16

Vessels from Great Lakes for service on Atlantic 34.2(1978): 133-34

Wood burners by George A. Waterbury 3.4(1947): 208-10; rep. 45.4(1989): 307-10

Wooden ships return by George Wakefield 52.3(1996): 228-30
SHIPWRECKS/DISASTERS Page Index
Aground off Ludington by Frances C. Hanna - about the J H Rutter and Capt Jerry Simpson 53.1(1997): 28-32

Before the days of radar: Ship collisions on Lake Superior by Dr. Julius F. Wolff, Jr 25.2(1969): 137-49

Bones of the schooners by George Wakefield 51.3(1995): 22-25

Canadian shipwrecks on Lake Superior by Dr. Julius F. Wolff, Jr. 34.1(1978): 32-43; 34.2(1978): 113-20; 34.3(1978): 200-06; 34.4(1978): 275-83; 35.1(1979): 21-26

Canadian steamer rescued by a woman submitted by Richard Palmer 54.3(1998): 189-92

Captain Plumb's wreck - 1808 by Edward J. McHugh 51.1(1995): 49-50

Cartiercliffe Hall fire by Dr. Julius F. Wolff, Jr. 35.3(1979): 196-200

Demise of the schooner La Petite by Dana Thomas Bowen 32.1(1976): 28-31

Divers recovering parts of ship by Herman Archunde - wreck located near Pultneyville, NY and thought to be the St Peter 27.2(1971): 332

Early disasters of Lake Erie by I. S. M. 1.1(1945): 13-17

Great Lakes vessels lost on the Caribbean by Skip Gillham 49.1(1993): 8-14

Interest intensifies in ancient shipwreck by Richard F. Palmer - about the HMS Anson 51.2(1995): 30-31

Iroquois Project by Dennis & Kathi McCarthy - shipwreck yields data for computer to reconstruct ship 54.3(1998): 193-94

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

Lake Erie mystery: A solution by Peter C. Zwick - set in 1763 about missing ships 39.2(1983): 123-25

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

October 1, 1988: Wreck of the schooner-barge St. Clair by Alexander Meakin 48.3(1992): 205-07

October 20 1888: The capsizing of the schooner Reed Case's yawl by Alexander Meakin 113-16

Old wreck of the steamer Winnipeg 26.3(1970): 232

Ship fires on Lake Superior by Dr. Julius Wolff 36.4(1980): 246-53; 37.1(1981): 16-25; 37.2(1981): 107-13; 37.3(1981): 182-88 ; rep. 54.2(1998): 86-101; 54.3(1998): 229-37; 55.1(1999): 10-17

Ships that went down to the seas by H A Musham 1.4(1945): 2-13; 2.1(1946): 17-27

Shipwreck country revisited by Julius F. Wolff, Jr - wrecks located on the Michigan side of Lake Superior 23.2(1967): 104

Shipwreck Preserve on Lake Erie by Jack Stuart Ott and Gerald C. Metzler 45.1(1989): 28-20

Shipwrecks for study, not stripping by Richard Palmer 47.2(1991): 99-100

Shipwrecks of Lake Ontario by Roy F. Fleming 32.3(1976): 213-20

Shipwrecks of Lake Superior, 1900-1909 by Dr. Julius F. Wolff, Jr. 27.1(1971): 28-38 ; 27.2(1971): 113-18, 127-30; 27.3(1971): 174-87; 27.4(1971): 297-306; 28.1(1972): 51-63

Sinking of Ann Arbor No. 4 by Gerald D. Gilbert 35.2(1979): 110-11

Sinking of the steamer Indiana by Kenneth D. LaFayette 36.2(1980): 119-20

Sinking of the Wells Burt by John McManamon, S. J. 46.3(1990): 174-82

Thanksgiving Day on Lake Michigan 1889: The wreck of the steamer Calumet 30.4(1974): 256-62

They sailed away on Lake Superior by Dr. Julius F. Wolff, Jr. - about missing ships 29.4(1973): 262-74, 283-85

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

Wreck hunting in Superior by Julius F. Wolff, Jr. 39.2(1983): 112-22

Wreck of the Alex Nimick by Janice H. Gerred 31.2(1975): 139-40

Wreck of the Altadoc by Janice H. Gerred 42.4(1986): 230

Wreck of the Chauncy Hurlbut recalled by Janice H. Gerred 33.4(1977): 333

Wreck of the George A. Graham by Arthur Lower 41.2(1985): 185-89

Wreck of the Josephine creates new law by G. David Locke 47.2(1991): 109-10

Wreck of the Kershaw, Moonlight, and Kent by R. A. Brotherton - set in 1895 4.2(1948): 124-26

Wreck of the Mary Ward by Robert W. Thom 4.4(1948): 234-37

Wreck of the Monticello 24.1(1968): 34-40, 49

Wreck of the Pontiac 2.2(1946): 134

Wreck of the Speedy by Richard F. Palmer 42.1(1986): 66-71

Wreck of the Starucca by Janice H. Gerred 35.4(1979): 276-78

Wreck of the steamboat Martha Ogden by Richard F. Palmer 55.1(1999): 5-9

Wreck of the steamer Monarch by James P. Barry 36.1(1980): 12-19

Wreck of the Tonawanda by Jack Messmer 36.3(1980): 186-88, 197

Wreck of the Wexford found 31.2(1975): 154

Wreck of the Wm C. Moreland by Janice H. Gerred 44.3(1988): 170-71

Wrecks on Lake Ontario - 1820, 1840 52.1(1996): 66-69
 
TERMINOLOGY Page Index
Audible signals effect rescue 21.2(1965): 158

Bells of land and sea by Irl V. Beall - about bell ringing 20.4(1964): 267-76; 21.1(1965): 22-35

Billboard lettering on the Great Lakes by Gary S. Dewar 44.1(1988): 21-31, 51

Care and feeding of the crew by Gregory W. Streb and William L. Wallace 55.2(1999): 119-31

Color and color psychology on shipboard by Harry Scheid 17.2(1962): 138-42

Electronic history-finders by Fred D. Leete, III - uses sonar to find wrecks 19.4(1963): 292-96

Facts explode myths about colors by Harry H. Scheid 18.2(1962): 131-35

First ship communication 1907 19.2(1963): 140-41

His own Beaufort's scale 9.4(1953): 297

How a log book is kept 33.4(1977): 337

Innovations for passengers - in 1925 radio concerts and moving picture shows were being performed on boats 21.3(1965): 247

Lake vessel reporting system 23.4(1967): 333-34

Lakespeak: The language of Great Lakes - seaway route by Capt. John J. Lawrence and Robert D. Graham 40.1(1984): 49-54 PART 2????

Life blood of a ship 24.3(1968): 237

Male vs. female cooks submitted by Richard F. Palmer 55.2(1999): 158

Raise flag, hoist glass, me hearties by Al Mastics - about flags 17.2(1962): 156-57

Reluctant acceptance of wireless use on the Great Lakes by Richard Gebhart 49.2(1993): 149-53

Sailor talk 18.2(1962): 146

Ship to shore radio broadcast demo from the yacht Thelma (first one to occur) 15.4(1959): 324

Sounding: three long and two short by Anna G. Young 16.2(1960): 111-14

Sparks on the Great Lakes by Ralph C. Folkman - about wireless radio in 1916 31.3(1975): 201-06; rep. 51.4(1995): 68-74

Unseen helper by Gerald D. Gilbert - about radio 35.4(1979): 291-92

What are they saying? By Herbert W. Dosey - about steam whistles on ships 15.2(1959): 131-35

What is tonnage? terms 22.2(1966): 154

TRIVIA Page Index
Postcard craze by Richard F. Palmer 50.1(1994): 39-45

Sailor's choice about Christmas dinner 19.1(1963): 64

Season's greetings Chritsmas trees on decks 22.1(1966): 69

Ships convey greetings - about Christmas cards 23.1(1967): 73

WAR HISTORY Page Index
150 years of peace under a six-month pact: The Great Lakes armament arrangement by Esther Rice Battenfeld 23.2(1967): 137

Afterword to the Battle of Lake Erie by Marjorie Cahn Brazer 33.3(1977): 180-83

Battle of Lake Erie (a roster with notes) by C. S. Metcalf 4.4(1948): 245-48

Battle of Lake Erie after 175 years: Commemoration and controversy by Timothy J. Runyan and Jan M. Copes - mentions Daniel Dobbins 44.4(1988): 264-73

Battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812 by Phoebe-May Bowen 43.3(1987): 178-87

Battle of Sandy Creek revisited by John A. Stevens 55.2(1999): 165-69

Bicentennial of British evacuation of Fort Ontario observed in Oswego by Richard F Palmer 52.4(1996): 253-58

Brief sketches of the officers who were in the Battle of Lake Erie by Usher Parsons, MD 19.3(1963): 172-89

British Great Lakes Forts by Carl E. Krog 42.4(1986): 252-60

British Navy conclusion by Patrick J. Jung 53.3(1997): 204-07

British personnel at battle of Lake Erie by Skaggs, Morrisey, Hendry 54.4(1998): 298-314

Canadian warship construction on the Great Lakes and Upper St. Lawrence by Dan G. Harris, Lt Cmdr RCNR (ret) 42.2(1986): 115-26

Chicago gunboats: Ships of the Illinois Naval Militia by John Laudermilk 41.2(1985): 162-71

Chicago's missing U-Boat by John Laudermilk - about the UC-97 45.1(1989): 2-9

Civil War and Great Lakes steamers by Erik Heyl 15.4(1959): 256-70

Confederate prisoners of war on Lake Erie by Kathleen Warnes 52.4(1996): 302-10

Confederate raiders on Lake Erie by William Frank Zornow 5.1(1949): 42; 5.2(1949): 101-105

Controversial relationships among the British, Battle of Lake Erie by Bob Malcomson 46.3(1990): 187-97

Conversions of WWII ships for Great Lakes service by Gary S. Dewar 41.1(1985): 28-45

D-Day, the Great Lakes and I-LYA by James Snodgrass 50.4(1994): 241-42

Deep water sailors - shallow water soldiers by Gerard T. Altoff - about the Battle of Lake Erie 46.1(1990): 24-42; 46.2(1990): 146-59; 46.3(1990): 224-39; 46.4(1990): 279-89; 47.1(1991): 65-79; 47.2(1991): 140-59; 47.3(1991): 215-38
 
Erie executions by Edward James McHugh 48.4(1992): 297-304

Fresh water flat tops by Brian Higgins - about WWII 43.4(1987): 264

George Washington's Cleveland Navy by Kay Prettyman 37.2(1981): 102-06

Great lakes battleship by David D. Swayze 50.4(1994): 244-45

Great Lakes Portal in 1866 (against Fenians) 9.4(1953): 295

Great warship that waited and waited and . . . by Richard F. Palmer mentions New Orleans and Chippewa 40.4(1984): 272-85

Green flags and red-coated gunboats: Naval activities on the Great Lakes during the Fenian Scare by Richard J. Wright 22.2(1966): 91-110

Gunboats on the lower lakes during the Fenian Scare by Fred Landon 19.1(1963): 47-54

Inland seas and overseas: Shipbuilding on the Great Lakes during World War II by K. Jack Bauer 38.2(1982): 84-94; 38.3(1982): 165-70

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

King's cannon by Edward J. McHugh - about Ft Malden, Ont 47.3(1991): 179-85

Lake Ontario Battles 53.3(1997): 192-95; 53.3(1997): 196-203; 53.4(1997): 282-95

Last battle of Lake Erie by T. D. Wakefield - about the 1838 battle of Pelee Island 13.3(1957): 205-06

Last battlefield of Dollard des Ormeaux by Thomas E. Lee - about the 1660 battle 16.4(1960): 256-68

Lincoln and the Great Lakes seaway by William Frank Zarnow 10.4(1954): 231-34

Location of British Fort Sandusky (Ohio) by Homer M. Beattie 6.4(1950): 226-33

Matthew Fontaine Maury's 1845 Defense Plan for the Great Lakes frontier by Edward L. Towle 22.4(1966): 267-82

Other hero of the Battle of Lake Erie by Alexander C Meakin 44.4(1988): 274-80

Pearl Harbor and the war in the Pacific - an opinion by James M. Snodgrass 48.1(1992): 59-60

Perry's victory on Lake Erie by John Bennett 2.3(1946): 155-58

Photographing the War of 1812 by Alan W. Sweigert 47.3(1991): 211-14

Racing sailor looks at the Battle of Lake Erie by James M. Snodgrass 44.2(1988): 132-38

Sept. 1813: The decidedly indecisive engagements between Chauncey and Yeo by Tom Malcomson 47.4(1991): 299-313

Six little schooners by Frederick C. Curry - about the War of 1812 2.3(1946): 185-90

Stars and Bars over Lake Erie by Richard J. Wright 20.1(1964): 5-14; 20.2(1964): 104-14

Steamboats and the Black Hawk War by Kathleen Warnes 52.3(1996): 180-86

Submarines for WWII by Kathleen Warnes 42.1(1986): 12-23

Testimony in the Court of Enquiry on Captain Elliott following the Battle of Lake Erie 40.2(1984): 110-19, 131

Three British women and the Battle of Lake Erie by Robert Malcomson 46.1(1990): 11-17

Trailing Roger's rangers through the firelands by Wallace B. White about Robert Rogers in the 1760s 6.1(1950): 18-25; 6.2(1950): 80-88

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

US Naval forces on the Great Lakes by Clyde E Feuchter - about the War of 1812 1.2(1945): 33-35

Valuable, dependable Navy by Patrick J. Jung - about the Upper Great Lakes fleet during American Revolution 53.1(1997): 68-75; 53.2(1997): 142-50

War shipbuilding on the Great Lakes by Leathem S. Smith 2.3(1946): 147-54

War that won the peace by Al Mastics - Sept 10, 1813 19.2(1963): 131-34

World War II secrets of Lake Michigan by Harry C. Brockel 34.2(1978): 103-12

WEATHER Page Index
1905 - Lake Superior at its worst by Julius F. Wolff, Jr 18.3(1962): 190-98; 18.4(1962): 273-79

Addenda - October 1848 27.3(1971): 193

Advantages of winter transport cited 33.2(1977): 160

Big blow by T. O'Meara - about the Armistice Day storm of 1940 and mentions Capt Rotta 2.4(1946): 236-39

Breaking King Winter's hold on Lake Erie by David T. Glick 16.4(1960): 323

Breaking the bottleneck by Nancy A. Schneider 55.2(1999): 124-31

Charles Whittlesey's early studies of fluctuating Great Lakes water levels by Edward L. Towle 21.1(1965): 4-13

Comet over the Great Lakes by Theodore D. Wakefield 41.4(1985): 231

Day it rained ink: Air pollution in Detroit, 1762 by Dr. Harry Relsey 27.4(1971): 279-82

Duel with Superior by James Hough - about the commercial fisherman on the Lake Superior during the Fitzgerald storm 53.1(1997): 33-35

Fall Gale by Myrtle Reynolds Adams 12.4(1956): 266

Fall sailing on the Lakes by Betram B. Lewis 6.4(1950): 225

First look at icebreaking by Chuck Bowman - set in 1971 on the Ojibwa 27.4(1971): 283-86, 295-96

Georgian Bay gales 9.2(1953): 145-46

Great Earthquake of 1663 by Theodore D. Wakefield 35.3(1979): 181-88

Great Lakes perspective - Winter 39.4(1983): 226-27

Great Lakes water levels 20.3(1964): 238-39

Great spring gale of 1894 by David Swayze 48.2(1992): 99-112

Great St. Clair River slush pile of 1984 by Gretchen Driftmyer, Carol Johnson and Al Sweigert 40.2(1984): 126-28

Great Storm of 1913 remembered by Paul J. Schmitt 44.3(1988): 154-69

Great storm of November 9, 1913 2.2(1946): 134-35

Great storms of October 1929 2.2(1946): 127-28

Home for Thanksgiving - a letter about the Armistice Day Storm in 1940 35.3(1979): 189-91

Ice 52.4(1996): 250-52

Ice forms bridge in Niagara Gorge (1976) 32.1(1976): 80

Icebreaking in Lake Erie by K. N. Black - set in 1862/63 20.1(1964): 49-53

Icebreaking on the Great Lakes, winter 1917 by James 0. Castagnera 27.1(1971): 47-49

Lake Erie weather forecasts 25.2(1969): 161

Lake Michigan's fall fury by Kathy Warnes - set in 1875 54.4(1998): 257-59

Longer Lakes Season Needed 27.1(1971): 52

Lunar tidal wave in the North American lakes 1850s 20.3(1964): 228-29

More on the Ice Jam of '84 by Stuart Sheill 42.2(1986): 127-29

November storm firsthand by M. S. Macgillivray - a letter written in 1936 from James McCanal to John Campbell MacGillivray 34.4(1978): 272-74

November storm, 1966 23.1(1967): 71

October gales on Lake Michigan, 1898 26.4(1970): 315

Permissive conservancy legislation for beach erosion control by Arthur E Morgan 3.1(1947): 8-10

Predicting lake levels by Charles E. Frohman 29.3(1973): 182-85

Pseudo tides in Lake Erie by N. Wilson Britt 10.4(1954): 294

Rise and fall of the water of Lake Superior 21.2(1965): 150

Six inches of partly cloudy by Dick Goddard 41.4(1985): 244-54
 
Skill averts crisis by George Ayoub 29.3(1973): 216
 
Spring along Lake Erie by Constance Sheehan 23.1(1967): 40

Storm of 1905 - about Capt E O Whitney 2.1(1946): 58-59

Storm of 1940 by Capt. R. W. Parsons - about Lake Michigan 17.3(1962): 202-06

Storm of 1940 by Captain R. W. Parsons 52.1(1996): 22-25

Storm Once Again by Captain Robert A. Sinclair 27.3(1971): 194-98, 207-11

Storm tides, seiches and Great Lakes water levels: an historical note by Edward L. Towle 20.3(1964): 180-84

Tale of two seiches - in Buffalo, NY in 1904 1.4(1945): 55-56

Tower may help tell how water affects weather - near Muskegon 19.4(1963): 326-27

US breaks ice to speed defense - Great Lakes are opened early - April 1941 47.3(1991): 200

Water against land by Rowley Murphy 4.2(1948): 75-82

Water levels of Lake Erie by F. A. Blust 19.1(1963): 26-29

Water levels of Lake Erie by Sherman Moore 27.1(1971): 102-06

Water levels of Lake Ontario by F. A. Blust 18.2(1962): 136-39

Weather and the Great Lakes by H. N. Burke 13.2(1957): 138-41

When ice was king by Alexander C. Meakin - in Nov & Dec 1926 39.4(1983): 239-45

Winter comes to the St Lawrence by W. H. Van Allen 19.1(1963): 3-11

Winter operations through ice by Earl J. Fillian - car ferries 21.2(1965): 144
 
YACHT CLUBS Page Index
Bay View Yacht Club 75 years by H.Andrew Kimmel & Samuel A. Jaeger - located in MI 48.1(1992): 74-76

Buckeye Lake Yacht Club -- 1906-1993 by Samuel A. Jaeger 49.1(1993): 68

Cleveland Yachting Club: The past twenty years by A. A. Mastics 26.2(1970): 123-28

Columbia Yacht Club by Carl Norberg 48.3(1992): 211-15

Commodore Perry Yacht Club by Samuel A. Jaeger 47.3(1991): 193

Dozen days in the Sandusky Yacht Club Centennial (OH) 50.2(1994): 152-53

Great Lakes Cruising Club 1974 Rendezvous 30.3(1974): 221-22

Great Lakes Cruising Club Special Rescue Award - given to Capt. J A Hinds and the Spartan 29.4(1973): 300-01

Historic Buffalo Yacht Club by Samuel A. Jaeger 47.4(1991): 266-67

Historic definition: What is a Yacht Club? 48.3(1992): 208

History of Associated Yacht Clubs by Steve Cook 33.3(1977): 246-47

History of Kingston Ontario Yacht Club by Samuel A. Jaeger & Elizabeth Lazier 48.4(1992): 305-07

History of the Cleveland yacht Club by Al Mastics 4.3(1948): 185-94; 4.4(1948): 238-44

History of the Grosse Pointe Yacht Club by Samuel A. Jaeger 48.2(1992): 146-47

How yachts became standardized by A. A. Mastics 25.2(1969): 149-51

Mug with a stormy past by A. A. Mastics - about the Cleveland Yachting Club 26.1(1970): 56-57

Oswego Yacht Club by Richard Palmer 50.4(1994): 278-83

Sandusky Sailing Club history by Samuel A. Jaeger & James M. Snodgrass 47.1(1991): 33-35

Some reflections on the origins of yacht clubs by George P. Wakefield 54.1(1998): 17-23

Yachts and yachtsmen I remember 1900-1940 by George P. Wakefield 47.2(1991): 130-39
 
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