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Catalog Number 69
Object Name Records
Scope & Content MAP

A Map of Alabama with Steam Boat Routes.
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BOOKLET

Log And Incidents Of The Voyage Of Steamboat Cora,
Capt. Joe. Armstrong, From Philadelphia For Mobile.
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NEWSPAPER ARTICLE

'Bones' bring Suwannee's steamboat days to surface.

The steamboat Louisa in Branford was one of many boats that navigated the Suwannee River in the late 1800s. Branford became a busy port and ship-building center. (Photo)
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POST CARD

Gen. Richard Montgomery, Montgomery, Al. (Photo)
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INSIDE THE BOATS (Photo's)
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BOOKLET

An American History
Third Edition

"THE SUBJECT OF HISTORY IS THE LIFE OF PEOPLES AND HUMANITY"
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PICTURE

A picture of a steamboat.
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AN ACT

TO INCORPORATE THE ST. STEPHENS STEAM BOAT COMPANY.
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THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
CERTIFICATE OF ENROLLMENT

Enrollment. In conformity to Title L. "Regulation Of Vessels In Domestic Commerce," of the Revised Statutes of the United States.
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PICTURE

On Steamer Charles Macalester - Capacity 1700 - En Route For Mount Vernon. (Photo)
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Copy of these documents found in the Steamboats file in the Archives bldg.















Collection Steamboats