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  • 3 Mast Schooner
    Image       Schooners were made in different sizes. Every schooner must be fore-and-aft rigged and have a minimum of two masts. They had the ability to carry large loads and were more controllable. Maintenance costs were lower and it did not take many men to man the vessel.
    Image     Schooners were made in different sizes. Every schooner must be fore-and-aft rigged and have a minimum of two masts. They had the ability to carry large loads and were more ...
  • Schooner in Thunder Bay River
    Imagemystery       An unknown three-mast schooner is docked at the Butterfield and Crable Mill near Dock Street (North Second Avenue) and the swing bridge in the Thunder Bay River.
    Imagemystery     An unknown three-mast schooner is docked at the Butterfield and Crable Mill near Dock Street (North Second Avenue) and the swing bridge in the Thunder Bay River.
  • Vessels JOHN T. GREENE and RALPH at mouth of Thunder Bay River
    Image       The 2-mast schooner JOHN L. GREENE and tug RALPH anchored at the mouth of the Thunder Bay River in 1894. The RALPH was one of a small fleet of tugs owned by the Gilchrist and Fletcher Company. AT the time of the photograph, the GREENE was owned by D.D. Ludwig ...
    Image     The 2-mast schooner JOHN L. GREENE and tug RALPH anchored at the mouth of the Thunder Bay River in 1894. The RALPH was one of a small fleet of tugs ...
  • Comstock Lumber Mill Log Bank on Thunder Bay River and Schooner SEA BIRD
    Image       "Comstock Logs on Banking Grounds & Railway Bridge, Dam and Footbridge, June 13, 1888"
    Image     "Comstock Logs on Banking Grounds & Railway Bridge, Dam and Footbridge, June 13, 1888"
  • Thunder Bay River Scene
    Image       A scene along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, with stacks of lumber along the shores and vessels tied up along the river banks.
    Image     A scene along the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan, with stacks of lumber along the shores and vessels tied up along the river banks.
  • Lower Gap, end of 7th Street, Thunder Bay River
    Image       "Lower Gap, end of 7th Street, 1884"
    Image     "Lower Gap, end of 7th Street, 1884"
  • Lower Sorting Gap, Thunder Bay River
    Image       "Lower Sorting Gap, 1894"
    Image     "Lower Sorting Gap, 1894"
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