Table of Illustrations

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
Segwun in 1983
Ship of the Month No. 120 Pontiac (I)
More About Whalebacks
Table of Illustrations
1 Extremely early photo shows PONTIAC, in the colours of the Cleveland Iron Mining Company, downbound in the Weitzel Lock at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.
2 PONTIAC looked like this after her collision with ATHABASCA in the Little Lake George Channel of the St. Mary's River, July 14, 1891. Note the fact that her entire foredeck is missing.
3 The completely severed bow and stern sections of GOUDREAU lie on the shoal off Lyal Island, Lake Huron, after the stranding of November 23, 1917.

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