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ANNUAL REPORT

of the

LAKE CARRIERS' ASSOCIATION

1909

(a work in progess)
 


  • INTRODUCTION
  • Relations With Employes
  • Strike
  • WELFARE PLAN AND REGISTRATION OF EMPLOYES
  • - Licensed Officers' Rooms
  • - Enrollment
  • Proposed Fourth Lock at the Sault
  • New Lock, Canadian Sault
  • Accidents to Locks
  • Traffic Statement of Canadian Locks
  • Lock and Canal Now Under Construction
  • Canal Widening, Sault Ste. Marie
  • Middle Neebish Channel
  • Livingstone Channel
  • Traffic Lime Kiln Crossing
  • Wyandotte Channel
  • Fighting Island Channel
  • Detroit River Tunnel
  • Buffalo Harbor
  • BLACK ROCK HARBOR AND CHANNEL -
  • - Lake Erie Entrance
  • - Harbor and Channel
  • Erie Harbor
  • ASHTABULA HARBOR -
  • - Its Growth, Progress and Present Condition
  • - Improvements of Lake Shore RY
  • - Improvements of Pennsylvania R.R.
  • - Government Improvements
  • - Ashtabula Bridge
  • Fairport Harbor
  • Cleveland Harbor
  • Sandusky Harbor
  • Chicago River
  • Calumet River
  • Milwaukee Harbor
  • Portage Lake and Superior Canal
  • Ashland
  • Duluth-Superior Harbor
  • Private Lights, Aids to Navigation and Water Signals
  • Southeast Shoal Lightship
  • Cleveland Harbor Pierhead Lights
  • Lorain Harbor Lights
  • ST. CLAIR MIDDLE GROUND -
  • - West Side Gas Buoy
  • - Canadian Gas Buoy
  • Mud Lake Gas Buoy
  • Canadian Lights and Buoys, St. Marys River
  • Fog Signal, Big Pt. Sable
  • Big Island, St. Louis River, Duluth
  • ELEVENTH LIGHTHOUSE DISTRICT -
  • - Isle Aux Peche Range
  • - Fort Gratiot Range
  • - Detour Light
  • - West Neebish Channel Lights
  • - Lower Hay Lake Cut Range
  • - Marquette Main Light
  • - Marquette Breakwater Light
  • - Duluth Harbor, North Pier Light
  • - Split Rock Lighthouse
  • - Two Harbors Light
  • - Rock of Ages Lighthouse
  • Submarine Signal at Detour
  • Acetylene Gas Buoys
  • North Point Light, Milwaukee
  • Martin Reef Light Vessel
  • White Shoal Light House
  • Transfer of White Shoal Lightship to Gary
  • Reorganization of the Lighthouse Department
  • Report of Committee on Aids to Navigation
  • East and West Bound Courses
  • Georgian Bay Ship Canal
  • Welland Canal
  • OPERATIONS OF LAKE SURVEY, 1909 -
  • - South End of Lake Michigan
  • - Kenosha Harbor
  • - West Shore of Lake Huron
  • - Primary Triangulation
  • - West End of Lake Erie
  • - Cleveland Harbor
  • - Investigation of Lake Levels
  • - Preservation of Niagara Falls
  • - Miscellaneous Activities
  • - Summary of Chart Work
  • - Information Service, 1909
  • Life Saving Service
  • Wireless Telegraph
  • Loss of Life
  • Medals of Honor
  • The Farmer is King?
  • Edwin Townsend Evans
  • Proposed Sailors' Institute
  • Operations of Shipping Offices
  • Membership and Tonnage
  • Vessel Losses, 1909
  • Vessel Launches, 1909
  • Shipbuilding on the Lakes
  • - Construction Table, 1910
  • Growth of Canadian Tonnage
  • Shipbuilding in Scotland
  • The Largest Wooden Vessel in the World
  • Sailing Vessels
  • The "Clermont"
  • Commerce St. Marys Falls Canal
  • Cargo Handling Records
  • Average Ore Cargoes
  • Season's Ore Shipments
  • Iron Ore on Lake Erie Docks
  • IRON ORE TRADE OF THE LAKES
  • - Yearly Shipments
  • - Rail Freights
  • - Lake Freights
  • - Prices of Iron Ore
  • - Prices and Production of Pig Iron
  • The Value of Exhaust Steam
  • The Heaviest Freight Train
  • Miscellaneous Notes
  • Electrifying Fogs
  • Circulars Issued by the President, 1909
  • Grain Shortages
  • Grain Shoveling Statement
  • Complimentary
  • Acknowledgments
  • OBITUARY -
  • - Gibson L. Douglass
  • - Lafayette S. Sullivan
  • - Abram W. Colton
  • Statement of Grain Superintendent
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