Ships and shipping lines:
Detailed data sheets
- Picton built ships, from Registry entries and multiple other sources
The schooner BIGLER
- a slow boat with a jubaju; five versions of a song about her
Schooner C. GEARING
Schooner DAN WILLIAMS (other names: Alexander, Mary Gormally)
The two-masted schooner KATIE ECCLES and three-masted schooner OLIVER MOWAT
Benjamin Ioset's "Stage 2 Research Report of the 2019 Last Schooners Project" (Texas A&M University)
Sailing barge KINGHORN
- the Letters of John Ross Richardson (OHS)
- "The story of the Nancy
" by Col. E. Cruickshank (OHS)
Schooner OLIVER MOWAT
- press report of a a bad weather incident, 1879
- press report of her loss, 1900
The PRINCE EDWARD
- a Murney ship
The SOUTHERN BELLE
- ex-Rothesay Castle
- convict ship
Schooner W.J. SUFFEL
- accident report, Oswego, 6 August 1887
- based or trading in Quinte
Bateau, (batteau) (battoe)
- early transport, rivers and Great Lakes
Captain Nelson Palmatier, 1854-1937
- early memories of the rescue of the crew of the schooner St. George
Early shipping in Prince Edward County
Early Sail Vessels and Steamboats on Lake Erie
- 1881, Francis A. Dewey
The Edmund Fitzgerald
- the song of her loss
First steam ships on the Great Lakes
- some brief notes
"First Steamer on the Great Lakes"
- Richard F. Palmer (with permission), Inland Seas
, Spring 1988
Early steamships on the Great Lakes
- Fred Erving Dayton, 1929
Glenora ferries: (i) Early years
, (ii) Later years
and (iii) bibliography
Marine losses on the Great Lakes 1854
"Schooner Days" by C.H.J. Snider in the Toronto Evening Telegram
The Silver Covenant Chain
Other articles of first nation interest
Hunting and fishing
and the Crown, evolving definitions
- legal documents
Dr. Peter Martin - white man, or, Oronhyateka - Mohawk indian?
"Our Caughnawagas in Egypt"
- By Louis Jackson, of Caughnawage, Captain of the Contingent, 1884-1885.
Canoes, Canadian aboriginal
- F.W. Waugh, Canadian Field-Naturalist, vol. XXXIII, no.2, May 1919.
Precursor of Indian-White Warfare on the Northern Great Plains; John C. Ewers, 1975.
These pages refer to Benjamin Hallowell, the father, R.N Officer and head of Customs in Boston at the time of the Tea Party; his son and namesake, who became one of Lord Nelson's "band of brothers"; HMCS Hallowell, a WWII Flower class corvette. The Naval Marine Archives' building, The Victory, is located on part of the original Ontario land grant to Hallowell.