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Lake Superior Shipwrecks
Niagara
Post-Depositional Impacts

According to the Duluth Evening News, June 16, 1904, a salvage effort was quickly organized and on June 16, the Niagara's "boiler, engine, machinery, and iron and steel work" had been recovered and placed in the Whitney Brother's dock in Duluth. According to the report, only the wooden hull was not recovered.


|--Niagara-- |--Historic Description-- |--Construction and Career--|
|--Log Rafting and the Lake Superior Timber Industry-- |--Description of the Wreck Event--|
|--Post-Depositional Impacts-- |--Present Description-- |--Significance-- |--Photographs--|
|--Minnesota Lake Superior Shipwrecks-- |
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