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Three masted schooner in collision with steamer City of Erie. Size: 128' x 26' x 12'  more »
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Wooden steamer carrying a cargo of grain caught fire in the coalbunker and spread throughout the entire ship. Size: 243' x 40' x 19':  more »
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Three masted schooner - appears to have been built before 1850's. Length: ~120 ft.  more »
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Two nasted brig sank in a collision with the steamer Cataract Length: 114 ft.  more »
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Wooden steamer went aground and burned  more »
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Steel steamer sank with cargo of limestone.  more »
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Steel freighter carying cargo of coal sank in a storm. Size: 253' x 43' x 18'  more »
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Unidentified barge ~137' x ~27' Rises up 8 ft off lake bottom.  more »
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Wooden steamer foundered in a storm with a cago of lumber. Size: 136' x 26' x 12'  more »
1 1 in Lake Erie
Three nasted schooner sunk in a storm Size: 130' x 27' x 10'  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
Barge carrying cargo of sulfer sunk in a storm Length: 113 ft.  more »
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Schooner-barge driven ashore in a storm. Soze: 196' x 32' x 16'  more »
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