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Illustration showing passengers abandoning the wreck of the S.S. ATLANTIC (CANADIAN ILLUSTRATED NEWS, April 5, 1873)

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An incident at the wreck of the S.S. Atlantic (Canadian Illustrated News, April 5, 1873)

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Jennifer Baetz
Brendan McNally
Glenn Wright, Research Officer, Library and Archives Canada

We gratefully acknowledge the contribution of the Department of Canadian Heritage, whose financial assistance through Canadian Culture Online (CCO) made this work possible.

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Photograph of sailing vessels awaiting lockage in old Welland Ship Canal, circa 1890-1900

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Sailing vessels awaiting lockage in old Welland Ship Canal, ca. 1890-1900