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Then The view from Federal Hill in 1900 shows an industrial Inner Harbor filled with steamships.
The Mississippi gave birth to these towns in steamship days, and its flooding over the years strangled many of their futures.
Lorenzo A. Kelsey, a New York native, was in the lumber business in Youngstown, ran hotels in Cleveland and then became a steamship captain.
Built in 1924, the Lady Alexandra served as a steamship in British Columbia until 1952.
Their ship was the Pannonia — a British steamship carrying 840 passengers.
There are inventors, too, including Thomas Edison of Ohio and Robert Fulton of Pennsylvania, cradling a steamship in his hand that might just be a stand-in for the ship of state.
While the image of European immigrants on steamships passing by the Statue of Liberty may be the idealized version of the country's immigration history, more often than not, Americans today have a different ancestry narrative to tell.
YANNISPORT, Mass. - At least six people were injured when a high-speed ferry struck a jetty in Hyannisport, Massachusetts, and began taking on water, the U.S. Coast Guard and steamship authority said.
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