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In November of 1906, the steamer Grand View broke from her moorings and drifted on the rocks at the head of Governer's Island, opposite Clayton, New York.  more »
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The steamer Lewiston and three of the barges that were in tow ran aground on Hinckley Flats.  more »
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Believed to be the schooner Sam Cooke also referred to as the Battersby Island Wreck. This shipwreck is that of a three masted schooner.. The Sam Cooke was built at Oswego, New York in 1873. In 1882 the Cooke was blown towards Battersby Island by a strong...  more »
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The 343 foot freighter, Eastcliffe Hall, was built in Montreal in 1954.  In 1970 this ship was carrying a load of pig iron and struck the concrete bouy at Chysler Shoal. shesank on the slope of the St Lawrence River.  NIne lives wre lost.     more »
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The three masted schooner A E Vickery was built at Three Mile Bay, NY in 1861. An incompetent river pilot ran the Vickery on a shoal when entering the American Narrows. The 136 foot schooner slipped off shoal and sank soon afterwards. The Vickery was...  more »
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The steamer Oconto was on her first trip carrying a cargo of silks, cotton, boots and 15 passengers. She struck Granite State shoal in July of 1886. There was an unsuccessful salvage attempt and the Oconto slide down the steep side of the channel and...  more »
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The French bulit the Iroquois in 1759. The British captured the ship in and renamed her the HMS Anson. In 1763 the Anson struck a shoal off Susan Island and sank.  more »
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The Keystorm was a cargo steamer. She was built at new Castle in Great Britain in 1909 for the Keystorm Transportation Company of Montreal. She measures 250 feet in length with a 42.5 foot beam. On October 26, 1912 on night with much fog, she ran into the...  more »
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The Henry C. Daryaw was a 220 ft long steel freighter that sank in 1941 when she ran upon a shoal between American and Canadian Channels. The navigator did not see the shoal in a deep fog and Daryaw ran into it striking her bow. The Daryaw flipped upside...  more »
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The Banshee is a wooden propeller steamboat. She was on route from Port Stanley (Lake Erie) to Montreal with a cargo of 6000 bushels of weat, 250 barrels of flour, and 300 kegs of butterr. The Banshee ran into a terrific strom on August 21, 1861 and lost...  more »
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Built in 1965 for the Algoma fleet, the Jodrey was a fairly new 623 foot Canadian self un-loader. On November 21 1974 while traveling upbound on the St. Lawrence River, the Jodrey struck a navigational buoy and quickly began taking on water. She ran up on...  more »
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Wooden steamer 220 feet length stranded on Ford Shoal and broke up.  more »
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Two masted schooner. Ran onto a shoal during a storm.  more »
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Wooden steamer loaded with coal. Stranded in a storm on Wautoma Shoals and went to pieces.  more »
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Two masted Canadian schooner standed, sank, and went to pieces on Wautoma Shoals  more »
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