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Research - Ships and Shipwrecks
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1   Link   Historical Collections of the Great Lakes
The Historical Collections of the Great Lakes (HCGL) is part of the Center for Archival Collections at Bowling Green State University. Its purpose is to collect, preserve, and make available to scholars, students, and the public, historical materials documenting the Great Lakes region and connecting waterways. The HCGL's collections include materials related to commercial shipping, shipbuilding, navigation, maritime law, commercial fishing, shipwrecks, yachting, labor history, popular literature, freshwater ecology, recreation, and the history of Great Lakes ports.
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2   Link   Lake Carriers' Association
LAKE CARRIERS' ASSOCIATION represents U.S.-flag vessel operators on the Great Lakes. The Association's 18 member companies operate 55 U.S.-flag self-propelled vessels ("lakers") and integrated tug/barge units ranging in length from 494 to 1,013.5 feet. Cargo movement by LCA fleets and other U.S.-flag Lakes operators has topped more than 125 million tons in a year. Iron ore, limestone and coal are the primary commodities carried by LCA members. Other cargos include cement, salt, sand, and grain. The vast majority of cargos carried by U.S.-flag Lakers move between U.S. ports, in what is commonly referred to as the Jones Act trades.
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3   Link   Schooner Man
Schooner Man "is a site for you if you love the sight of the schooner on the sea. The feel of your feet on the deck of the schooner as it rides over the ocean waves. The power of the wind as it fills the sails and move a mighty schooner on it way. If you enjoy the challenge of facing the elements from the clear star filled nights to the wind blowing at gale force... you're a schooner man. We have information on tall ships from the Seven Seas and the sweet seas too. If you are looking for information on a schooner, brig, brigantine, bark and fully rigged tall ship start your search here. So visit with us these tall ships of yesterday and meet the seafarers that sailed them.
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4   Link   S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald Online
Welcome to S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald Online, the most complete and thorough source of information on the internet regarding the ship. S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald Online is dedicated to informing others about the sinking, which took the lives of twenty-nine men 35 years ago, affecting dozens of families and a countless number of friends and comrades of the shipping industry.
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5   Link   Wisconsin's Great Lakes Shipwrecks
A partnership of the Wisconsin Historical Society and the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute.
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6   Link   Dexter/Buccaneer
Photos of the Dexter later known as the Buccaneer which was sunk by the UASC as a diving attraction in Lake Michigan.
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7   Link   Brendon Baillod's site
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