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Shipping Literature of the Great Lakes

From Niagara to the sea via Toronto , Rochester , 1000 Islands , Rapids ,
Montreal , Quebec , and Saguenay . Buffalo : Matthews - Northrup Co . , ( 1900 ) .
( 16 ) p . Illus . , maps . CaOTPB , CtY , MSaP , NBuHi , ViNeM . Niagara to the
sea via ...

Author : LeRoy Barnett

Release : 1992

Publisher : East Lansing : Michigan State University Press

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"During the last century and a half, the Great Lakes shipping companies have printed a substantial amount of material relating to their operations. These publications are mainly sailing schedules, tourist promotional pieces, annual reports, and so forth, primarily issued in the form of pamphlets and brochures. This literature is scattered all across North America in scores of public repositories, quite often uncataloged in ephemera collections. This situation makes it very difficult for someone to find Great Lakes navigation paper, particularly if they are looking for a specific item.".

Down the River to the Sea

CHAPTER I—NIAGARA. The brilliant sunshine of a July day lighted up the great
cataract and the rich verdure of the surrounding landscape, bringing out all the
wonderful variety of hue in the surging mass of falling water, the snowy clouds
that ...

Author : Agnes Maule Machar

Release : 2020-08-05

Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand

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Reproduction of the original: Down the River to the Sea by Agnes Maule Machar

From Niagara to Montauk

This bridge of islands is known as the Frontenac Arch. Much younger rocks of
sedimentary (Paleozoic) origin flank the arch on both sides of the border. These
strata were laid in the Paleozoic sea horizontally across what later became the ...

Author : Cecil R. Roseberry

Release : 1982-01-01

Publisher : SUNY Press

ISBN : 9780873954969

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New York State offers a variety of spectacular natural settings--mountains and valleys, lakes, rivers, and sea and shore. Provided here is the historical and geologic background necessary for the full enjoyment of these scenic pleasures. Both native and visitor alike will appreciate the local lore surrounding our most fascinating scenic localities, and the geologic information will enhance their delight in each panorama. Included are: Niagara, The Ridge Road, The Rock Cities, Allegany State Park, Allegheny Reservoir, Letchworth State Park, Mendon Ponds Park, The Finger Lakes, Harris Hill, Watkins Glen, Enfield Glen, Taughannock Falls, Ithaca College Campus, Mormon Hill, Chimney Bluffs, Montezuma Marshes, Clark Reservation, Little Falls Gorge, Moreland Park, Whetstone Gulf, The Thousand Islands, The Adirondacks, Mount McGregor, Prospect Mountain, Lake George, Mount Defiance, Gore Mountain, Indian Pass, Blue Mountain Lake, Long Lake, Lower Ausable lake, High Falls Gorge, Whiteface, Mount Marcy, Ausable Chasm, Cohoes Falls, The Indian Ladder, Howe Caverns, The Taconic Range, Bash Bish Falls, The Catskills, Wall of Manitou, Kaaterskill Falls, Scenic Chair Lifts, Mohonk and Minnewaska, Sam's Point, Mount Beacon, Storm King Mountain, West Point, Bear Mountain, The Palisades, Ward Pound Ridge, Central Park, Fort Tryon Park, Inwood Hill Park, Bronx Park, Fort Wadsworth, Prospect Park, The Great Sand Barriers, Caumsett State Park, Orient Point, Hither Hills, Montauk Point, Byways and Detours.

Over land and sea: a log of travel round the world in 1873-74

NIAGARA . From Chicago to Niagara — Lakes Huron and Erie - BuffaloAt
Niagara - Prospect Park and Point — The American Fall — The Horse - shoe Fall
— Descent of Twenty Million Cubic Feet of Water every Minute - Nature ' s
Symbol of ...

Author : Arthur George GUILLEMARD

Release : 1875

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Sea Power in Its Relations to the War of 1812

thousand troops were to be withdrawn from the Niagara frontier. Wilkinson
arrived at Sackett's from Washington, August 20. Chauncey was then in port, after
the gale which had driven both him and Yeo down the lake. He sailed on the 29th
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Author : Alfred Thayer Mahan

Release : 2011-02-03

Publisher : Cambridge University Press

ISBN : 1108026087

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Published in 1905, this is a detailed study of the origins and conduct of the Anglo-American war of 1812.

Sea Power in Its Relations to the War of 1812 Vol II

[107] Contemporary and subsequent movements are to be regarded in their
bearing on this plan. The first object was the concentration at Sackett's, for which
some three thousand troops were to be withdrawn from the Niagara frontier.

Author : Alfred Thayer Mahan

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Sea Power in Its Relations to the War of 1812, Volume I

The latter are impartial, as between the American parties ; their only bias is to
constitute a fair case for Barclay, by establishing the surrender of the American
flagship and the hesitancy of the " Niagara " to enter into action. This would
indicate ...

Author : Alfred Thayer Mahan

Release : 2009

Publisher : Ardent Media

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Decision at Sea

After that, it got more complicated, for besides Brown and Dobbins, there were
few at Erie with the expertise necessary to ... 38 In May, Perry learned of a
pending attack on Fort George, downriver from Niagara Falls on the Canadian
side of the ...

Author : Craig L. Symonds

Release : 2006-10-23

Publisher : Oxford University Press

ISBN : 9780199754885

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From thunderous broadsides traded between wooden sailing ships on Lake Erie, to the carrier battles of World War II, to the devastating high-tech action in the Persian Gulf, here is a gripping history of five key battles that defined the evolution of naval warfare--and the course of the American nation. Acclaimed military historian Craig Symonds offers spellbinding narratives of crucial engagements, showing how each battle reveals the transformation of technology and weaponry from one war to the next; how these in turn transformed naval combat; and how each event marked a milestone in American history. - Oliver Hazard Perry's heroic victory at Lake Erie, one of the last great battles of the Age of Sail, which secured the Northwestern frontier for the United States - The brutal Civil War duel between the ironclads Monitor and Virginia, which sounded the death knell for wooden-hulled warships and doomed the Confederacy's hope of besting the Union navy - Commodore Dewey's stunning triumph at Manila Bay in 1898, where the U.S. displayed its "new navy" of steel-hulled ships firing explosive shells and wrested an empire from a fading European power - The hairsbreadth American victory at Midway, where aircraft carriers launched planes against enemies 200 miles away--and where the tide of World War II turned in the space of a few furious minutes - Operation Praying Mantis in the Persian Gulf, where computers, ship-fired missiles, and "smart bombs" not only changed the nature of warfare at sea, but also marked a new era, and a new responsibility, for the United States. Symonds records these encounters in detail so vivid that readers can hear the wind in the rigging and feel the pounding of the guns. Yet he places every battle in a wide perspective, revealing their significance to America's development as it grew from a new Republic on the edge of a threatening frontier to a global superpower. Decision at Sea is a powerful and illuminating look at pivotal moments in the history of the Navy and of the United States. It is also a compelling study of the unchanging demands of leadership at sea, where commanders must make rapid decisions in the heat of battle with lives--and the fate of nations--hanging in the balance.

From Niagara to Mackinac in 1767 ...

The only Islands in it ly near the Mouth of St . Laurence River , of which there are
a number . Some of them are remarkable for the quantity of Sea Gulls coming to
hatch on them that one can in a very little time load a boat with eggs , which are ...

Author : John Porteous

Release : 1938

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Congressional Record

THE HATCHERY AT NIAGARA SPRINGS For those not familiar with Idaho's
geography, Hells Canyon is on the western ... The ideal temperature of the spring
water shaves a year from the growing time of the fish, which therefore head to
sea a ...

Author : United States. Congress

Release : 1969

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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)

Sea Changes

It was one thing to go through storm-damaged property and sort good from bad,
and fume over the indiscriminate nature of natural disasters. It was tragic, for
example, that those awful coasters from Niagara Falls survived while your
favorite ...

Author : Bill Branley

Release : 2006-06-01

Publisher : One Sock Press

ISBN : 0977856100

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A midlife romance about two people who meet on a commuter ferry and begin a rocky yet heartwarming relationship. Told from the viewpoint of the main character, Peggy, the story follows the couple from Seattle to Downeast Maine and from the Nation's Capitol to New Orleans, while their emotional journey ranges from sadness to confusion to happiness at finding each other late in life.

Shoe and Leather Journal

A Shoe Window—A correspondent in the Shoe and Leather Gazette gives the
following as a. good way to suspend ... It is at this spot of incomparable beauty
and scenic grandeur that the journey from Niagara to the Sea by the steamers of
the ...

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Release : 1902

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Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Other British Provinces in North America

The magnificent St. Lawrence, of which these Lakes are but the expansions in its
course, rises in the Lake of the Woods, ... from Niagara to the Chaudiére,
Montmorenci, and St. Ann's—and the gigantic scale of its opening into the sea-it
is ...

Author : James Silk Buckingham

Release : 2011-10-27

Publisher : Cambridge University Press

ISBN : 1108033377

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This 1843 publication describes the society and economy of Canada as observed by the British social reformer James Silk Buckingham.

Secret Beaches of the Salish Sea

nIagara road one of the closest beaches to the ferries, a long wooded descent to
a secluded shore with an upper beach of fine, white sand and lots of beach logs
location, signs and parking Your loins girded for a fine afternoon of sand and sea
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Author : Theo Dombrowski

Release : 2012-05-15

Publisher : Heritage House Publishing Co

ISBN : 1927051312

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The fourth volume in the Secret Beaches series, one of two on the Salish Sea, covers 93 beaches in the southern Gulf Islands, including Salt Spring, Galiano, Saturna, Mayne, Thetis and Pender. At some locations, the selling point is a view of sandstone eroded into astounding curves and honeycombed lattices. At others, it's the chance of seeing the resident orcas of J1, K1 and L1 pods, whose summer home is the Gulf Islands. Theo's hand-drawn maps are indispensable, as each island marks its public beach access points differently, if they mark them at all. His detailed entries give comprehensive descriptions and an illustrative photo or painting for each beach. As usual, the charming paintings and photos are done by Theo himself. Whether seconds from the ferry or farther along a twisting, unsigned back road, the beach best suited to your adventure waits to be found in Secret Beaches of the Salish Sea.

The St. Lawrence Waterway to the Sea

industries will prefer first Niagara Falls or the vicinity of the Long Sault Rapids .
Ultimately , no choice will exist ; it must be Montreal . . . . . . Electric current from
the Long Sault Rapids and from Niagara Falls will meet at Oswego , practically
135 ...

Author : Francis Clinton Shenehon

Release : 1924

Publisher : United States : s.n.

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Dining on Inland Seas

Author : Daniel Krummes

Release : 1997

Publisher : Traverse City, Mich. : Nautical Works Press

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The Civil War at Sea

2 The Blockade and Blockade-Runners LATE ON THE NIGHT OF MAY 10, 1861,
four weeks after the first shot of the war was fired at Fort Sumter, the screw
steamer USS Niagara appeared off the entrance to Charleston Harbor. Officially,
the ...

Author : Craig L. Symonds

Release : 2012

Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN : 0199931682

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Continuing in the vein of the Lincoln-prize winning Lincoln and His Admirals, acclaimed naval historian Craig L. Symonds presents an operational history of the Civil War navies - both Union and Confederate - in this concise volume. Illuminating how various aspects of the naval engagement influenced the trajectory of the war as a whole, The Civil War at Sea adds to our understanding of America's great national conflict. Both the North and the South developed and deployed hundreds of warships between 1861 and 1865. Because the Civil War coincided with a revolution in naval techonology, the development and character of warfare at sea from 1861-1865 was dramatic and unprecedented. Rather than a simple chronology of the war at sea, Symonds addresses the story of the naval war topically, from the dramatic transformation wrought by changes in technology to the establishment, management, and impact of blockade. He also offers critical assessments of principal figures in the naval war, from the opposing secretaries of the navy to leading operational commanders such as David Glasgow Farragut and Raphael Semmes. Symonds brings his expertise and knowledge of military and technological history to bear in this essential exploration of American naval engagement throughout the Civil War.

Bridges: A Tale of Niagara

His clarinet drew them, like honeybees drawn to the flower, drinking the nectar
that flowed from his horn and nourishing their souls with it. Hundreds jammed
into his concerts, elbow touching elbow, wall to wall, a sea of humanity, yet in his
 ...

Author : dk LeVick

Release : 2011-03-15

Publisher : Publish Green

ISBN : 1936782006

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When a faded picture from a by-gone era sets in motion a perilous quest for five young men, they not only encounter harrowing danger in the forbidden, historical laden Niagara Gorge, but are forced to confront the swirling illusions of the world they knew changing their lives forever. "The day we decided to go down into the gorge of Niagara Fallsto walk on the ice bridgehad started out normal enough but quickly showed itself as anything but normal " Living in the City of Niagara Falls in the early 1960s, winters were simple for teenagers - like snowball fights and warm-ups at Ol Gordys general store, arguing about his wall of pictures. Its become a ritualsipping Cokes while studying the old photographs listening to Ol Gordys tales of adventure from long ago. "Ol Gordy was obsessed with Niagara and talked about it with anyone who would listenand with those who wouldnt, too. He knew everything there was to know about the Falls, especially from back in those old days, and he steered every discussion back to the times represented by those old dusty pictures." An ice ball to Kevins face, coupled with one picture in particular, sets them off on a journey to stand on the ice bridge of Niagara Falls, despite or perhaps because of Ol Gordy warnings that its not only extremely dangerous but against the law. The 'ice-bridge' of Niagara Falls steeped in history - fraught with tragedy - challenged by daredevils, bootleggers and tourists alike, lures them from the world they know down into the mysterious Niagara Gorge in the dead of winter. As in a time machine, they enter an exhilarating world of massive ice sculptors, impassable rapids and unassailable walls of ice. After a face-to-face encounter with the mighty Niagara Falls itself, from the bottom up, they find themselves in a rush to avoid being rescued while facing a series of life and death struggles with a Niagara they never knew existed. Peeling back time, we meet the hermit who lived on the Falls and who achieved his quest - to become one with it; we experience the day the Falls stopped and explore a riverbed never before exposed to human footprints until the water returns in a frenzy; through the eyes of a runaway girl we witness the cruelty of slavery as she rides the Underground Railroad with her mammy and pappy - paying the fare to ride that train to freedom and we feel the deception and hatred clashing between cultures when the path of a British drummer boy converges with that of an Iroquois brave at the Devils Hole massacre on the top of the escarpment. Bridges is much more than a simple tale of camaraderie and teenage exploits. Author d k LeVick creates a fascinating and engaging tale that is rich in both historical fact and ingenious fiction, as he weaves stories of long-ago, bringing together a series of unique historical events in a twist of mystery and revelation with the group of 1962 teenagers caught up in the complexities of a changing world around them. LeVicks narrative is so evocative that you will feel youre along on the various expeditions; his attention to detail is so precise that you might just hear the ice crack and feel a tremor beneath your feet. Bridges takes you on a kaleidoscope journey of adventure and history exploring the questions confronting people of all ages through all times.

Our Inland Seas

She plies between the Niagara River, Rochester, Oswego, and the Thousand
Islands. An important link in the voyage from Niagara to the sea is the line of
steamers operated by the Niagara Navigation Company, which ply between
Lewiston, ...

Author : James Cooke Mills

Release : 1910

Publisher : Chicago : A.C. McClurg & Company

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