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The Frances Smith : Palace Steamer of the Upper Great Lakes, 1867-1896
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This warping tug was capable of towing a log boom across a lake and then portaging itself to the next body of water. Steam-powered and rugged, it was one of the pioneers in the mechanization of the forest industry and for more than thirty years was ubiquitous in northern Ontario until eclipsed by its worthy successor the Russel tug. A richly illustrated story from the glory days of passenger travel on the Great Lakes. Its passenger and freight vessels could be found on the Great Lakes as far west as Duluth, Minnesota, and as far east as the Lower St.
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Lawrence River. The passenger steamers were known collectively as the Great White Fleet. These ships — from day-excursion vessels to well-appointed cruise ships — had rich histories. The sheer scope o Lawrence River near Rimouski. For David Creighton, her voyage still continues.
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It tells of the rescue of two American men from a propellerless cruise ship as it drifts out to sea in hurricane-force winds. Three ships, two Canadian, one American, fight to save it. How successful were they? What kind of people would take these risks for others?
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