3 edition of Lost passenger steamships of Lake Michigan found in the catalog.
Lost passenger steamships of Lake Michigan
Ted St. Mane
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ted St. Mane|
|LC Classifications||HE630.M5 S7 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010022981|
A History of Passenger Steamships on the Inland Seas. "This book is an important contribution to Great Lakes maritime history, covering an era usually ignored or addressed only piecemeal." book is a gem worthy of the attention of everyone interested in passenger service on the world's largest freshwater lake system."-The Michigan That time the Great Lakes' biggest luxury steamship was set ablaze in Lake St. Clair that marked the waning days of the once mighty Great Lakes steamships. ago, Michigan lost Toledo, got
Northwest Orient Airlines Flight was a DC-4 propliner operating its daily transcontinental service between New York City and Seattle when it disappeared on the night of J The flight was carrying 55 passengers and three crew members; the loss of all 58 on board made it the deadliest commercial airliner accident in American history at the :// She is the lesser known among a trio of Lake Michigan shipwrecks that week. On Oct. 22, the SS Milwaukee train car ferry sank off Milwaukee with all 52 hands. On Oct. 29, the SS Wisconsin steamer
Just more than 20 percent of lost vessels are in Lake Michigan, second only to Lake Huron. Heavy passenger travel and trade between Chicago, combined with dangerous winds, ended the careers of /18/2nd-oldest-confirmed-shipwreck-found-in-great-lakes. Joel Stone, in his book on passenger steamships, discusses notable examples from the Great Lakes region. George DeBaptiste, a free Black man in Detroit, was a leader of this ://
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Ted St. Mane is a historian and passenger steamship enthusiast who has spent several years researching the fascinating history of Lake Michigan's "lost" passenger steamship industry. Frequently engaged as a speaker on topics of local history, he is also co-owner and director of operations for MLT Group Advertising & Marketing in Rochester Very little of the book is about "Lost Passenger Steamships Of Lake Michigan".
After reading the text a title such as WE TRAVELED BY STEAMBOAT, A GREAT LAKES SAGA OF PEOPLE AND SHIPS would be far closer to the content. If your looking for a Lake Michigan lost passenger steamship I refer you to pages 65 to 72 and to ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Vanished industry --Immigration and westward expansion --The passenger experience --Breakfast --Lunch --Dinner --Burning of the propeller Phoenix, --Burning of the steamer Niagara, --Loss of the Lady Elgin on Lake Michigan, --Loss of the propeller Hippocampus, 3 The Passenger Experience Breakfast Lunch Dinner Burning of the Propeller Phoenix, Burning of the Steamer Nïagara, Loss of the Lady Elgin on Lake Michigan, Loss of the Propeller Hippocampus, Steamer Sea Bird Burned, Steamer Vernon Sinks in Lake Michigan, 4 Working the Lakes 73 Free shipping on orders of $35+ from Target.
Read reviews and buy LOST PASSENGER STEAMSHIPS OF LAKE MICHIGAN (Paperback) at Target. Get it today with Same Day Delivery, Order Pickup or Through fascinating tales and splendid images, Lost Passenger Steamships of Lake Michigan presents the romantic and sometimes dangerous story of a vanished industry that once connected communities all along Lake Michigan's :// Through fascinating tales and splendid images, Lost Passenger Steamships of Lake Michigan presents the romantic and sometimes dangerous story of a vanished industry that once connected communities all long Lake Michigan's :// From the arrival of the first steamship to Lake Michigan in through the turbulent booms and busts of more than years, passenger steamers of this bygone era provided an essential link for immigrants, excursionists, businesspeople and leisure travelers.
On offer were dining, dancing, day trip Lost Passenger Steamships of Lake Michigan. Item # Unit Price: $ Qty Detailed Description: Mane. Passenger steams have provided an essential link for a wide variety of people, from the first ship arriving to Lake Michigan in through the population and economic spurts of over years ago.
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$ ME Historic Shipwrecks of Penobscot Bay. $ MI Steamships dominate the passenger and package business. However there were miles of lumber yards along the South Branch of the River supplied by schooners from the forests near Lake Michigan.
Lumber was transshipped to the Illinois & Michigan Canal and to Chicago’s many railroads for use on the treeless prairie.
Coal was another major :// Byfleets of relatively luxurious passenger steamers plied the waters of the lower lakes, especially the major industrial centers of Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, Cleveland and Toronto.
The first steamboat on the Great Lakes was the passenger carrying Walk-In-The-Water, built in to navigate Lake :// Lost Passenger Steamships of Lake Michigan - Ted St. Mane - 楽天Koboなら漫画、小説、ビジネス書、ラノベなど電子書籍がスマホ、タブレット、パソコン用無料アプリで今すぐ読める。 STEAMBOATS OF THE GREAT LAKES. Ninety thousand square miles of the Great Lakes, stretching 1, miles in length, remained a transportation waste until when the first American schooner was launched, and with no outlet to the South or Atlantic coast the number of craft increased slowly.
A steamboat was built on Lake Ontario inand in Walk-in-the-Water, tons, was OF THE GREAT -- For many years prior to Lake Erie was without a daily line of steamers between Cleveland and Buffalo; while passenger boats on routes between Buffalo and Lake Michigan and Lake Superior ports occasionally stopped at Cleveland, their stops at intermediate ports precluded anything like rapid movement, and with a heavy through traffic ?ID=c Lost Passenger Steamships of Lake Michigan, Ted St.
Mane, The History Press, Shipwreck, Monsters, and Mysteries of the Great Lakes (Paperback or Kindle), Ed Butts, Tundra Books, Graveyard of the Lakes, Mark. L Thompson, Wayne State University Press. Valerie van Heest said her new book solves the longtime mystery of what happened to Northwest Flightwhich disappeared while crossing Lake Michigan in Several days later, the remains of the ship were discovered in two pieces on the bottom of Lake Superior, only 17 miles from the safety of Whitefish Bay.
All 29 crew members were lost. Every Novem the bell at the Mariner’s Church in Detroit, Michigan, rings 29 times in their :// The wooden-hulled steamship left Milwaukee at 5 a.m.
on Jan. 21,with its load of flour, crew of 22 and one passenger, a pharmacist heading home to ://