Steamboats.com River Log

23 Aug. 2002 to 27 Sept. 2002

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Aug 23, 2002 at 13:49:38Nori (steamboatmail@aol.com)
http://steamboats.com
Yep, the new guestbook is working. Try it out.

Aug 23, 2002 at 17:31:21marion slaughter (maddmarion@aol.com)
was ther a steamship explosion on the mississippi around1868 or 1890's around Ill.

Aug 30, 2002 at 15:02:28kevin fitch (kfitch910@aol.com)
could somebody please give me as much possible info on John Fitch as possible?d.o.b./date of death/place of vbirth/place of death/hometown/wifes name/kids names/mothers name/fathers name.Any help at all would be greatly appreciated!

Sep 1, 2002 at 21:21:18JB (jnbsteel@accex.net)
Looking for any info on my grandfather Pierce. He worked on a steamboat on the Ohio River (from Tenn to Ohio). Don't know what his job was but he was a good card player. Any info much appreciated. Great website. Been looking for something like this.

Sep 5, 2002 at 14:06:24B.Dean (benitadmock@hotmail.com)
In the listing there was mention of a Belle of Louisville Print by C. W. Vittitow...but no mention of it in the sight..have been looking for one...have any information???

Sep 5, 2002 at 14:06:34B.Dean (benitadmock@hotmail.com)
In the listing there was mention of a Belle of Louisville Print by C. W. Vittitow...but no mention of it in the sight..have been looking for one...have any information???

Sep 5, 2002 at 14:14:06Jessica (tiggerjessica@hotmail.com)
Class prodject

Sep 12, 2002 at 09:35:13Nori
http://steamboats.com/museum/a.html
There's a large, beautiful steamboat for sale. Help save this boat. Click on the URL above to see photos and find out more information.

Sep 14, 2002 at 15:39:45Al Graham (Gender:F) (Alscom1@aol.com)
You need more pics. Asap. I say this because I am doing a project for school and I need some pics. Now I think that you have no pics., so let me tell every one in school not to go to this web site because it's a waste of time. Please get some pics before alot of kids start telling everyone at school that this web site blows!!!!

Sep 15, 2002 at 12:32:52Susan Fox (woolfolk2@aol.com)
I am looking for information on Richard Henry Woolfolk, an owner of steamboats, I'm told in the mid 1800's. He was from Louisville, Kentucky. He was also in the chandler business.

Sep 15, 2002 at 16:09:54colin rhoads (lrhoads@gte.net)
this was a very informative site

Sep 15, 2002 at 16:10:04colin rhoads (lrhoads@gte.net)
this was a very informative site

Sep 16, 2002 at 10:13:20Kris Garnjost (krgarnjost@adelphia.net)
Hi Nori. I've written a note before. As an old DQ waiter from the late 70's and early 80's I love your site. I'm always hoping to run into other old DQ people. Keep it going. Thanks. Kris::

Sep 16, 2002 at 15:09:08Jason Skelton (jasons@skeltonelectric.com)
I am looking for any information on a US Corp of Engineers dredge boat called C.B. Reese. ::

Sep 16, 2002 at 17:08:32Barbara Hameister (riverbird87@aol.com)
Just returned from a Sons and Daughters meeting in Marietta where I was urged to explore this site.Glad I did! Great!

Sep 16, 2002 at 23:31:12jackson (paydayhill@webtv.net)
My grandfather, FRED E. PAUL (1884-1958), was a steamboat man. He received his captain's ticket in 1910 and served in that capacity until his death in 1958. I am writing our family history and am searching for information about hi and/or any of the boats on which he served (names furnished upon request). His main work was on the White River in Arkansas. Thank you. Remember to greet the cranes 'standing on the water' for they are often old steamboat men warning you of snags.

Sep 19, 2002 at 11:06:58Tanya Graham (Tanya.S.Graham@swl02.usace.army.mil)
Hello, I work for the Corps of::Engineers in Little, AR. We were reorganizing and we came across an old picture of the steamboat, Katie::Robbins. We would like to post some facts along with the photo but are::having trouble finding information on this particular steamboat. I'm interested in knowing the dates in which it was used, what it was used for, and the waterways it traveled. If you can help at all with supplying me with this information I would be much grateful!! Thank you for your time!!::

Sep 22, 2002 at 02:08:21Darryl Gallagher (darrylg@attbi.com)
Would anyone have any history on a steamboat named Three Rivers? I have a six foot model I am trying to sell and I'd like to give more information on it.

Sep 27, 2002 at 17:12:02Russ Ryle (theryles@bluemarble.com)
My grandfather, Stanley Stegemiller, worked on the government dredge Mallory in the late 20's and early 30's on the Ohio River. Active in the Cincinnati area, it worked on constructing the now old and removed 110' x 600' lock and dam system. Later, it did chanel improvements. Can anyone help me find a good picture of this boat? More inof on it? FYI, Harry Louden, long time DQ pilot, worked on the boat at the same time. Thanks! Russ






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