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Duck Hunting Lake Erie 1943–1954 By Bruce Barber
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A duck hunters stories about hunting Lake Erie 1945-1954 Hard weather hunting and few duck hunters at the time. The glory years for duck hunting big waters in foul weather
Duck Hunting Lake Erie 1945-1954 By Bruce Barber
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Duck Hunting Lake Erie during the duck hunting glory years Hard weather duck hunting in blinds and sink boxes on open water Wooden hand made decoys and boats.
The Further Adventures of Captain Bubba: Adventures on the Great Lake of Erie By D A Lambillotte
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Three pre-teens sail the Great Lake of Erie with a slightly off-beat Captain whose recollection of events is not quite reality.
Erie Built, Gunboats War of 1812 By William Bell
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This is a study of Erie and the building of the vessels used in the Battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812. There are 27 color photos and 3-D models, and two maps. This enables the reader to... More > envision where buildings and important sites stood. The 3-D models of the ships and weapons give the next best thing to seeing a tall ship standing in the harbor. Finally there are census results, an extensive source list, and lesson plans perfect for educational purposes or just exploring on your own Erie or ships of the time.< Less
A Spot On The Lake By Len Hendershott
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A full color pictorial essay of Port Stanley from 1800 to 1950 based extensively upon the scrapbook compiled by Agnes Hepburn for Port Stanley as a member of the Tweedsmuir Women's Institute.
A Spot On The Lake By Len Hendershott
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History of Port Stanley from 1800 to 1950 using material compiled by late Agnes Hepburn of the Tweedsmuir Women's Institutes of Elgin County
Lake Tales By Daniel Rowe
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Lake Tales deals with history, mystery and adventure in and around the Great Lakes. Ships of note and notable and colorful personalities are found here. Bravery and cowardice, generosity and greed... More > all the facets of humanity are present. This is the stuff of Lake Tales< Less
Flora of the Erie Islands: Its Origin, History and Change By Thomas Duncan, Ronald L. Stuckey
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In response to a request,in 2009, by the Lake Erie Island Chapter of the Black Swamp Conservancy, the Flora of the Erie Islands: Its Origin, History and Change is published to assist their... More > conservation activities and programs. Completed in 1976 and, in 1979, scheduled to be although not published, xerographic copies of the manuscript were provided to researchers studying the islands' flora. As a result, the unpublished manuscript was widely cited in publications during the past 35 years and,in published form, remains a primary research resource concerning the flora of the Erie Archipelago.< Less
Cleveland [the lake, the city, the detail] By Lauren Frey
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A collection of images from Cleveland, Ohio and the surrounding area. This book focuses on the city's relationship to the water front as well as the urban fabric. The comparisons of built... More > environment with the natural beauty of the lake provide insight to its unique character.< Less
05-The Rover Boys on the Great Lakes By Arthur M. Winfield
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From the author… So far we have followed the doings of Dick, Tom, and Sam at dear old Putnam Hall, with many larks and sports; then out upon the broad Atlantic in a daring chase which came... More > pretty close to ending in sad disaster; next into the interior of Africa on a quest of grave importance; and lastly out into the mountainous regions of the wild West, to locate a mining claim belonging to Mr. Anderson Rover. In the present tale the scene is shifted to the Great Lakes. The three boys go on a pleasure tour and, while on Lake Erie, fall in with an old enemy, who concocts a scheme for kidnapping Dick, who had fallen overboard from his yacht in a storm. This scheme leads to many adventures, the outcome of which will be found in the pages that follow.< Less