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Salvage Boat the "T.F. Eckert"
Steamboats; Transportation; Salvage vessels; Ohio River
The Eckert was built in 1870 at Cincinnati. She was owned by the Underwriter Wrecking Company and was well known on the Ohio, Mississippi, and Missouri rivers. The ship was sent to wrecks to do salvage...
"City of Vevay"
Steamboats; Transportation; Commerce (Ship); Ohio River
Built in 1881, and originally called the City of Frankfort, the ship was renamed Vevay in 1884, and ran between Cincinnati and Madison, Indiana, from around 1888-1895.
"City of Louisville" near Madison, Indiana
Steamboats; Boats; Transportation; Air pollution
The ship was built in 1894, in Jeffersonville, Indiana by the Howard Company. It was 301 feet long and 42.7 feet wide x 7 feet deep. It was built for the Louisville-Cincinnati trade and had 72 staterooms....
"City of Cincinnati" at Madison, Indiana
Steamboats; Transportation; Boats; Ohio River
The ship was built in 1899 in Jeffersonville, Indiana, by the Howard Shipyard. It was lost in the ice at Cincinnati in January, 1918.
Captain George Ashby at the Wheel of the "Ed. Myer"
The Ed Myer was built in Jeffersonville, Indiana, in 1909 by the Howard Steamboat Company. It was lost in ice at Helena, Arkansas, in 1918.
"Andes 2nd" at Madison, Indiana
Steamboats; Boats; Transportation; Paddle steamers
The 2nd Andes was built in Cincinnati in 1877, and was owned by the Wheeling & Cincinnati Packet Co. It primarily travelled back and forth between Wheeling, West Virginia, and Bellaire, Ohio. In May, 1895,...
"Harvester" at the Madison Marine Ways
Steamboats; Boats; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company; Transportation
The" Harvester" was built at Madison in 1896 with machinery from the ship "My Choice." It was partially wrecked by a cyclone at St. Louis May 27, 1896, and rebuilt. It was destroyed by a storm in 1909...
"America" Anchored at Madison
Steamboats; Boats; Rivers; Transportation; Pollution; Air pollution
The America was built at the Howard Shipyard in Jeffersonville, Indiana, in 1917. The ship burned in 1930.
"Virginia" on Her Maiden Voyage From Cincinnati to Wheeling, West Virginia
Steamboats; Bridges; Transportation
The Virginia was built in 1895 at Cincinnati. January 1, 1896, she sailed to Wheeling, West Virginia. During her career the ship had several name changes. She worked into the late 1920s. Here the smokestacks...
Steamboats; Transportation; Ferries
The ship was built in 1888, at the Howard Ship Yard in Jeffersonville, Indiana. It was owned by the Louisville & Jeffersonville Ferry Company and a subsidiary Fern Grove Amusement Company. It operated...
Remains of the "Ohio"
Steamboats; Fires--West Virginia--Parkersburg; Transportation
The ship was built in 1898 at Ft. Clarington, Ohio, as the Avalon. In 1908 it was renamed Ohio. The ship burned at Parkersburg, W. Virginia, February 2, 1916.
"Cincinnati" Leaving the Emosworth Lock on the Ohio River
Steamboats; Transportation; Ohio River; Ohio River--navigation; Air pollution
The Cincinnati was built in 1924 at Midland, Pennsylvania (hull) and completed at Cincinnati. It made succesive Mardi-Gra trips from 1924-1930. The ship appeared in the celebration of the completion of...
Steamboats; Bridges; Transportation; Commerce (Ship)
The Betsy Ann was built in Dubuque, Iowa, in 1899. She primarily worked the Pittsburgh-Cincinnati area and was known for having run 3 staged races at Cincinnati in 1928, 1929, and 1930. The ship was dismantled...
Steamboats; Commerce (Ship); Transportation
The ship was built in 1898 in Jeffersonville, Indiana. It worked out of New Orleans on the Ouachita River and later to Vicksburg and Greenville. Here she appears to be loaded with bales of cotton. The...
Towboat the "T.H. Davis"
Steamboats; Towboats; Transportation
The ship was built in 1898-1899 out of the ship the Bob Prichard.
Packet "Lizzie Bay"
Steamboats; Transportation; Commerce (Ship); Horses; Carriages & coaches; Ohio River
The ship was built in Madison, Indiana in 1886. For many years the Lizzie Bay traveled back and forth from Madison, Indiana, to Cincinnati. This view shows it near Madison.
Ferry the "Ohio"
Ferries; Boats; Transportation
The ferry is on the Ohio River near Lamb, Indiana. It was built at Paducah, Kentucky in 1924, and operated between Carrollton, Kentucky and Lamb, Indiana. It burned in 1936.
"Longfellow" on the Green River
Steamboats; Barges; Commerce (Ship); Transportation
The ship was built in 1872, in Jeffersonville, Indiana, by the Howard Company and operated as a towboat and a packet. The Longfellow is shown here with several barges.
Steamboats; Shipyards; Transportation
The ship was a Coast Guard cutter built in Dubuque, Iowa, in 1919. The ship was based at Evansville, Indiana. It is shown being worked on at the Madison Marine ways.
On the Deck of the "J.M. White"
Steamboats; Boats; Transportation
The J.M. White was built in Jeffersonville, Indiana, in 1878, by the Howard Steamboat Company. It was the 276th boat built by the Howards and considered to be their "crowning effort." The ship was destroyed...
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