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Madison, Indiana, Marine Ways
Steamboats; Dry docks; Shipyards--Indiana--Madison; Rowboats; Jefferson County (Ind.); Steamboats
Madison had two steamboat facilities that built and repaired river craft: the Madison Marine Railway Shipyard began in 1851 and continued operations through World War II: Madison Dry Dock Company was founded...
Depot and Freight House at Madison, Indiana
Commerce; Business districts; Indiana--Madison
"Crown Hill" at Madison, Indiana
Steamboats; Towboats; Boats; Ohio River; Summer
Steamboats; Commerce (Ship); Boats; Transportation
The Congo was a sternwheel packet that ran between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. She was built in Harmar, Ohio in 1890. She collided with a barge and sank in 1896.
"Joseph B. Williams" Pushing Barges
Steamboats; Transportation; Boats; Commerce (Ship)
"Packet Governor Morton" at Indianapolis
Steamboats; Paddle steamers; Transportation; Boats
"Indianapolis and Waverly" is painted on the boat indicating it travelled on the White River.
"City of Memphis"
Steamboats; Boats; Transportation; Commerce (Ship)
The ship was built at Jeffersonville, Indiana, in 1898. She was 200 feet x 36 feet x 6 feet. She ran from St. Louis to Memphis.
"A.L. Mason" at the Madison Marine Ways
Steamboats; Transportation; Boats; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
"Alexander Mackenzie" in a Lock at Louisville
Steamboats; Paddle steamers; Transportation; Bridges; Boats
Sinking of the Steamer "City of Louisville" in a Flood and Ice Gorge
Steamboats; Natural disasters; Floods; Boats; Transportation
"City of Louisville" Trapped in Ice
Steamboats; Natural disasters; Ice; Transportation; Boats
Boiler Deck of the "J.M. White"
Steamboats; Transportation; Steamboats--Passenger accommodation; Boats
The J.M. White was built in Jeffersonville, Indiana, in 1878, and said to be the finest side-wheel cotton packet ever built. It burned December 13, 1886, at Point Coupee Parish in Louisiana. A cargo of...
Barge "Vesta" Near Madison, Indiana
Steamboats; Barges; Bridges; Boats; Transportation
Cabin of the "Tacoma"
Steamboats; Transportation; Boats
Shown in the picture are Captain and Mrs. Gordon C. Greene, Tom and Chris Greene and Jesse Hughes. The Tacoma was built in New Richmond, Ohio in 1883. It operated for 39 years and was based in Cincinnati....
Transportation; Steamboats; Boats; Commerce (Ship)
Cargo is being loaded onto the ship.
"Sultana" at Helena, Arkansas
Steamboats; Transportation; Boats; Sultana (Steamboat); United States --History --Civil War, 1861-1865
The boilers of the Sultana exploded April 27, 1865 when it was near Memphis, Tennessee. 1,238 lives were lost, most of them Union soldiers who had been prisoners of war returning home.
"Sprague" the Largest Towboat in the World
Steamboats; Towboats; Boats; Commerce (Ship); Transportation
The Sprague was a sternwheel river towboat 315 feet long, 664 feet beam, 7 feet 6 inches deep. The paddle wheel was 40 feet wide and 37 feet in diameter and operated at 11 revolutions per minute. In April,...
Cabin of the "Tom Greene"
Steamboats; Steamboats--Passenger accommodation; Pianos
The Tom Greene was built in W. Virginia in 1923, by the Marietta Manufacturing Company. The ship won two races with the Betsy Ann in 1929 and 1930.
Steamboat "Tom Greene" Being Used as a Freighter
Steamboats; Boats; Transportation; Commerce (Ship); Air pollution
Steamboat "Tom Greene" on the Ohio River Near Madison, Indiana
Steamboats; Ohio River; Transportation; Boats; Air pollution
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