Schooner Passage

Sailing Ships and the Lake Michigan Frontier
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Current format, Book, 2000, In-library use only at this time.
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Throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, schooner trade was a well-developed system of maritime transport for commodities such as grain, lumber, and iron. The schooner trade was as critical to the development of the Great Lakes region as covered wagons were to the Far West and paddle wheel steamers were to…

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