was following and watching the Fitzgerald. Cowle (1902) k in Whitefish Bay with the loss of 14 lives after colliding with the Isaac. House after house was draped in black crepe and families sat in mourning. The Steamer Fitzgerald, chartered by the Olgebay Norton Company of Cleveland, was bound from Superior, Wisconsin, to Detroit, Michigan, with 26,216 tons of taconite pellets when it disappeared during the storm. "After that time all the bodies that came up seemed to be women and children Repa recalled. 4728.674N 9059.898W /.477900N.998300W /.477900; -90.998300 (Amboy (shipwreck) SS America passenger and delivery ship that ran aground on a reef off the shore of Isle Royale. Such tragedies are rare in this day and age. 450615N 873713W /.104167N.620278W /.104167; -87.620278 (Alvin Clark (schooner) SS Anna. His son Paul was a student in the sophomore class. Lloyd Breslau of the Coast Guards research and development center, who were flown to the scene from Groton, Connecticut, said their sonar findings showed two objects - - - presumably the fore and after sections of the Fitzgerald - - - - lying between 150. Marie, Michigan and Sault Ste.
List of shipwrecks in the Great Lakes - Wikipedia
McGean 1913 Lost in storm off Harbor Beach in Lake Huron in the Great Storm of 1913. Ely (shipwreck) SS Scotiadoc Rammed by the freighter Burlington in heavy fog off Trowbridge Island, near the Sleeping Giant. 450652N 87044W /.11444N.01222W /.11444; -87.01222 (Frank O'Connor) Gallinipper 1851 A schooner that sank in a gale off the coast of Centerville. Smith A tugboat that sank under tow off Long Point, Lake Erie. "The passengers appeared to recognize the potential dangers of the ship better than the management or the inspectors did Hilton wrote. 6 SS Kaliyuga October 1905 A wooden steamship lost in a storm.