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07 April - 31 July 2004

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Jul 31, 2004 at 12:31:39   terri (tmoose@hot.rr.com)

:: I had a ggrandmother who worked or operated a river boat on the Ohio River around Galia, Scioto Co. in the early 1900's her name was Prudence Elikns does anyone have pics of this boat or person?



Aug 3, 2004 at 09:04:30   Nori

http://steamboats.com/research/guestbook19.html

Hi, I backed up the guestbook onto my server. Just click on the link above to find recent messages. Steamboat experts: please visit the guestbook often and answer some of these questions. It's a lot of work and I appreciate your help! ::Nori



Aug 6, 2004 at 18:35:08   glenn thomas (jukes52_19@hotmail.com)

your site is nice thanks glenn



Aug 14, 2004 at 13:08:13   Charles Shaw (superchief87@adelphia.net)

I have a copy of a Log of the SS Delta Queen if you want it.



Aug 20, 2004 at 10:21:09   Richard Oliver Snelson (rsnelson0984@mchsi.com)

I'm looking for information on the J.W. Spencer. I have a 8x10 glass negative taken by my grandfather of the steamboat in about 1895 at or near Jefferson City, MO. The photo is crystal clear showing dozens of people standing on the bow, on all decks for the photo to be taken. The Fulton Missouri Historical Society says it's one of the best photos they have seen from the period.



Aug 21, 2004 at 05:59:10   jack/locklies marina (www.lockliesmarina@aol.com)

www.lockliesmarina.com

i am searching for a pdlwhlr to operate from my marina in va ,lower rappahannock river ,excellent location ,partners, sale ,lease purchase, call 888-860-1014...jack



Aug 21, 2004 at 19:53:09   Peter (Peterprinting@yahoo.com)

I was very disappointed ....::::I found your site and was excited to see information about steamboats as I am a great fan.::::Then I see the Kerry_Edwards picture..::::Why politicize your site? Go to the Swiftboat veterans site and see what other people think ...::::I still don't understand why that's there... you undermined your value to me as a guest.::::



Aug 25, 2004 at 19:32:44   Karen Morgenthaler (etm6513@direcway.com)

Looking for information on Captain Charles Primeau out of St Louis Missouri - was captain of the "Jimm Barron June 1 to July 7th::::Was a Steamer Pilot on the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers and to Saint Louis and to Fort Benton.::::Steamboat Pilot's License # 802 on March 12, 1865.



Aug 26, 2004 at 21:19:50   susan watts (stargate1121@hotmail.com)

My husband and I were lucky enough to be able to ride the Delta Queen a number of years ago and had such a good time. I have been trying to find some caliope music like they play on the Queen ever since. Is Gabe Chengary still the captain?? he was when we rode. It was a memorable ride. We went from Davenport, Iowa to Prairie Du Chein, Wisc. This was in 1976 or 1977. It was great.::



Aug 29, 2004 at 10:26:55   Christina

your website needs help!!!! Badly. That's all I need to say! I found nothing here that I need!



Aug 29, 2004 at 10:28:29   booboo

this site sux!!!!!!!!!



Aug 29, 2004 at 10:32:18   Mandy

Mandy

This Site Needs Improvement. I agree with Christina and booboo(lol) keep up the bad work.:::::::: Love,:: Mandy



Aug 31, 2004 at 09:01:06   trish (trishaoo@yahoo.com)

looking for info and pictures of sunken ol kentucky steam ship that sunk during civil war at red river louisiana



Sep 10, 2004 at 11:20:34   Crystal Edwards (Macario @ watervalley .net)



hey!!!



Sep 11, 2004 at 03:37:19   Nori

http://steamboats.com/about.html

Hi All-::I'm in Zurich, Switzerland for the week, but when I get home I will delete all but one each of the irritable messages people have left me. I believe in freedom of speech, so all visitor's words will be preserved as a permanent record at the web site (except pornographic messages, or links to spam sites).::In regards to my support for Senator Kerry, I think he will make a good president. This is a free country and this is a site for free expression. I will continue to display my support for Senator Kerry despite several complaints from web site visitors. The Swift Boat Veterans for Truth are neither swft nor truthful. John Kerry served honorably during the Vietnam War and it took courage for him to speak out against the atrocities of war that he and other veterans witnessed during the war. The reason the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth oppose Mr. Kerry is that they are mad at him for protesting against the war. However, I (like many other Americans who lived through that era) see Vietnam the same way. I support John Kerry for president and hope that visitors to my site will consider voting for Kerry. If you want to talk to me about it, use the link above to contact me.



Oct 1, 2004 at 19:56:57   Carl McMahan (carlmcmahan55@yahoo.com)

Looking for human powered boats.:: ( 5 to 7 passanger river boats)



Oct 7, 2004 at 16:42:00   chi town (ndijonp@yahoo.com)

u need 2 tell more info . u are all dummies & fags



Oct 19, 2004 at 10:38:37   Leslie Hulberg (blaze603@hotmail.com)

There was so much history here. I didn't realize there was such a tremendous effort to save this landmark of our american history. Thank you for all your efforts in trying to save a little piece of americana for our future generations to enjoy. This website shows the love and care that so many people put into this project.



Oct 19, 2004 at 15:22:02   gwendolyn (jAmSeSsIoN@aol.com)

this is a good place . but the one and only problemis that you need more pictures of full steamboats



Nov 1, 2004 at 18:59:45   Capt. Joe Baer (magnoliabelleriverboat@cox)

www.magnoliabelle.citymaker.com

I understand you are looking for the websites of other sternwheelers. I would like to tell you that my wife saved the Bonnie Belle from almost certain doom. We bought it in March in Cape Canaveral, FL and brought it to New Orleans and are now running as the Magnolia Belle on Lake Pontchartrain. ::::Please take a look at our website...::www.magnoliabelle.citymaker.com::::Thanks,::Capt. Joe



Nov 16, 2004 at 17:19:37   James Van Wey (edud420@yahoo.com, corvettelover420@yahoo.com, j420loverofcorvettes@yahoo.com, lial_james@gaggle.net, or jaglover420@hotmail.com)

I was wondering, why didn't anyone answer my last post about a year ago. I accidentaly stumbled upon it and was wondering why no one e-mailed me! If you know how fast the steamboats went, I'm still here, waiting for an answer!!!!!!!!! Please, e-mail me at one of my numerous e-mails.::::Thanks!::::James



Nov 23, 2004 at 14:34:34   Mike Boyanton (mike@closetspaces.net)

love your site. I have several prints of a pen & ink drawing of the "Eugene" at Pine Bluff that was made from a photograph. If anyone is interested I would be happy to hear from them.



Nov 24, 2004 at 15:25:02   OBIE OLSON (va7ob@shaw.ca)

B,C, Canada

Very interesting,specialy when seeing one of the last ones on they upper n.w. Missourie river in 1933 north of Sannich ;Newtown}N.Dakota.



Dec 2, 2004 at 10:05:37   gregg holt (gholt@bmwfortworth.com)

could anyone verify a family mystery---apparently around 1790the first patent issued by the state of rhode island was issued for a steam powered passenger boat on the Providence river .I have a reproduction of a newspaper article,but it is poor condition fom 1792.thanx for any help.Gregg Holt



Dec 2, 2004 at 10:36:33   Natalie Anderson (noodleone@aol.com)

I attend Immacutlate Conception School in Towson, Maryland. I am in the eigth grade and am on this websi9te for a school project. You amazed me with all of the facts that I didn't learn in the textbook. These pictures are wonderful for people like me to get a better look at what is was really like back then. Thank you all who put this together, it was a big help. I hope that if you ever get anymore pictures that you will send them to me.::::::Natalie Anderson



Dec 4, 2004 at 20:26:21   Boxcar Whitey (boxcarwhitey@earthlink.net)

www.boxcarwhitey.com

Friends of the River,::::Keep our rivers clean and river culture goin' full boar! We've all got barges, and as long as we all tote 'em, there shouldn't be no problem.::::Thanks a Billion, ::Boxcar



Dec 4, 2004 at 20:27:23   Boxcar Whitey (boxcarwhitey@earthlink.net)

www.boxcarwhitey.com

Friends of the River,::::Keep our rivers clean and river culture goin' full boar! We've all got barges, and as long as we all tote 'em, there shouldn't be no problem.::::Thanks a Billion,::Boxcar



Dec 10, 2004 at 05:07:40   Michael Lomax (lomax8669@aol.com)

greatamericanjourneys.com

Our company Great American River Journeys recently bought the Columbia Queen (greatamericanjourneys.com) Many long time staf and crew are returning from the original DQSC to restart what was a highly succesful cruise product on the Columbia and Snake Rivers out of Portland. If anyone want to know more, e-mail me at MichaelL@GreatAmericanRJ.com.::::Michael Lomax::President/COO



Dec 13, 2004 at 06:43:28   Captain Art Wilson (greatriverharbor@aol.com)

www.greatriverharbor.com

Looking for patterns or photos of riverboat Captain uniforms. 1850 and up



Dec 13, 2004 at 11:18:43   Linda Phillips (tdlp@core.com)

I have an obituary on a James A. Green who was drowned as he worked as a carpenter on the Steamboat Bonanza. I think this was on the Ohio River near Cincinnati in the late 1800s, early 1900s. Anybody know about this boat? Thanks.



Dec 15, 2004 at 08:04:14    natalie.gittleson

::Im doing an report for school .steamboats are cool.by



Dec 15, 2004 at 09:57:10   John Polhamus (jbpolhamus@yahoo.com)

I am looking for information on the early California career and Sacramento River steamboating activities of Isaac Polhamus Jr., who came to California aboard the Black Ball Clipper "Orpheus" in 1849. He later worked for and then owned the Colorado Steam Navigation Company, operating steamboats on that river between Yuma and the upriver settlements. Where can I find information on early Sacramento river steamers, their crews and passengers? Thanks!!



Dec 15, 2004 at 09:57:41   John Polhamus (jbpolhamus@yahoo.com)

I am looking for information on the early California career and Sacramento River steamboating activities of Isaac Polhamus Jr., who came to California aboard the Black Ball Clipper "Orpheus" in 1849. He later worked for and then owned the Colorado Steam Navigation Company, operating steamboats on that river between Yuma and the upriver settlements. Where can I find information on early Sacramento river steamers, their crews and passengers? Thanks!!



Dec 16, 2004 at 10:18:22   Buck Mickey (theolepirate@yahoo.com)

I grew up on the Mississippi & fished as a boy. I remember many of the old river boats, as they passed our home in Albany, Illinois.



Dec 19, 2004 at 10:48:40   Trudi Sedgwick (trudi.sedgwick1@btinternet.com)

Hi,::trying to trace a female relative who supposedly owned a steamboat on the mississippi.::she was related to my great grandmothr in some way-Sarah Ann Tickle.::she came over to visit in late 1890's/ealry 1900's and wanted to take my grandmother back to the USA with her.::any information would be very welcome.::i have cousins in the USA and we all want to find this lady.::Trudi Sedgwick



Dec 26, 2004 at 08:25:51   Vinnie LeBlanc (vinnie99@bellsouth.net)

Looking for information on steamer Jess Willard. Operated on the bayous of south Louisiana, mainly Bayou Lafourche.My grandfather and his brother were captain and deckhand. Anything on this vessel would be appreciated.



Dec 26, 2004 at 17:31:05   jeff"tiny"hartley (mplgrove@wcnet.org)

great site!!very informative. i have been a steam freak for many years and will be back to visit often!!



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Jan 6, 2005 at 18:58:05   Judy Forman (jforman@haddonfield.k12.nj.us)

I'm looking for info re Captain John L. Hudson. Have a newspaper obit for him, but not sure if he's related to family.::"THE LATE CAPT J. L. HUDSON:::: The funeral of Capt. John L. Hudson, former superintending engineer of the Tolchester Steamboat Company, who died Saturday, will take place this afternoon from his home, 228 East Montgomery Street.:: Captain Hudson was one of the oldest marine engineers on the Delaware and Chesapeake bay . He first entered the service of the Swedesboro in 1845. In 1862 he became the chief engineer of the gart Line, the headquarters at Philadelphia, until 1881, when he became superintending engineer of the Tolchester Company."::Would appreciate any help identifying him.::Thank you.::Judy Forman



Jan 10, 2005 at 06:35:00   lauren

hey dude im checken out steambouts for our shop class were making one out of wood:: l8tr::



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Jan 11, 2005 at 18:23:36   Kevin M. Kerwin (kmkerwin@gate.net)

My g-grandfather Daniel A. Kerwin was a manufacturing blacksmith from 1849 to 1907 in St. Louis. He owned a firm on the Levee just north of Eads Bridge, founded in 1864 as "Daniel Kerwin, Blacksmith", and later "Anchor Steamboat Blacksmiths and Bolt Company" (about 1880 on). I am looking for any historical information on him or the company, especially proof that he supplied parts for Eads Bridge. I have a few ads from the Waterways Journal and city directories, and that's about it. Anything would be appreciated.



Jan 11, 2005 at 18:42:54   Kevin M. Kerwin (kmkerwin@gate.net)

My g-grandfather Daniel A. Kerwin was a manufacturing blacksmith from 1849 to 1907 in St. Louis. He owned a firm on the Levee just north of Eads Bridge, founded in 1864 as "Daniel Kerwin, Blacksmith", and later "Anchor Steamboat Blacksmiths and Bolt Company" (about 1880 on). I am looking for any historical information on him or the company, especially proof that he supplied parts for Eads Bridge. I have a few ads from the Waterways Journal and city directories, and that's about it. Anything would be appreciated. Also any info on Capt. James R. Kerwin, b.1848, d. 1910, St. Louis



Jan 13, 2005 at 08:58:31   JoAnne (anjoreid@yahoo.com)

I am looking for passenger lists for the S.S. Doric 1897, the E.J. Spence 1886, and the S.S. Siberia 1904-5. My Great-Grandfather traveled to China from San Francisco several times. We think these are the names of the ships he traveled on. His name was William K. Roberts. ::Thank You, JoAnne



Jan 19, 2005 at 14:17:14   Cliff Kennedy (ckennedy@vfr.net)

I am looking for any information on a small sternwheeler named the "Purchase". I have a photograph, circa 1910, of the "Purchase" and wondered what part of the country she hailed from. Any information would be appreciated - Thanks!



Jan 21, 2005 at 04:35:14   Rebecca Pepper (kiwistrab@yahoo.com)

Please email me with some good pictures of mississippi steamboats in the 1860's if you find some not on this site. (School project)



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Jan 26, 2005 at 12:30:22   Joe G (info@redwoodgardenbridges.com)

http://www.redwoodbridges.20fr.com

Great site !! :: Redwood Garden Bridges will bring any backyard landscape alive. Unique and beautiful they add a touch of class, placed over your Koi pond, dry Creek or stream. Experience the magic they bring to an outdoor setting as a centerpiece to your haven. Custom built to the size you need for your landscaping .We've Been Creating Bridge Masterpieces since 1998 , all our customers have been extremely happy with there Redwood Garden Bridges.::::



Jan 27, 2005 at 07:58:19   Deb Haywood (dhaywod@mail.nevada.k12.ia.us)

http://www.nevada.k12.ia.us

Our class is interested in the cargo on steamboats, specifically, things like ::did the passengers have to check it in, did they buy insurance, was there a cost, etc. ::::Thanks for your help.



Jan 28, 2005 at 08:16:49   Terry Adams (tgibooth@sbcglobal.net)

Hi! I am going on a Delta Queen trip this year (my first) and found V. Eifert's book at the library. I am in the middle of it now. When I searched her, I found your wonderful site!



Jan 28, 2005 at 08:17:06   Terry Adams (tgibooth@sbcglobal.net)

Hi! I am going on a Delta Queen trip this year (my first) and found V. Eifert's book at the library. I am in the middle of it now. When I searched her, I found your wonderful site!



Jan 28, 2005 at 08:17:07   Terry Adams (tgibooth@sbcglobal.net)

Hi! I am going on a Delta Queen trip this year (my first) and found V. Eifert's book at the library. I am in the middle of it now. When I searched her, I found your wonderful site!



Jan 28, 2005 at 08:17:15   Terry Adams (tgibooth@sbcglobal.net)

Hi! I am going on a Delta Queen trip this year (my first) and found V. Eifert's book at the library. I am in the middle of it now. When I searched her, I found your wonderful site!



Jan 28, 2005 at 08:34:24   Greg Menke (cmegreg@vci.net)

Enjoyed your site. Worked on the DQ during the early 70's and was Captain og the Belle of Louisville in 1978-79. Am currently the Director at the Seamen's church Institute Center for Maritime Education in Paducah KY.



Jan 31, 2005 at 04:38:04   Kristen (king1309@msn.com)

You need more pictures!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Jan 31, 2005 at 04:38:15   Kristen (king1309@msn.com)

You need more pictures!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Feb 1, 2005 at 19:52:39   guy (broho@hotmail.com)

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Feb 4, 2005 at 06:12:31   Art Henderson (postal_maniac57@yahoo.com)

My ancestors before me were riverboat pilots on the Ohio & Mississippi Rivers, I have found little information on there travels other than ::bits and pieces. I have found one bit on information on an GG-Uncle who was John Henderson a steamboat pilot for many years as was his brother George,::who was a first mate aboard a captured steamboat that was carrying Union Troops on the Mississippi River. They were Prisoners of War and sent to Andersonville::Georgia. They lived through the ordeal and returned back to piloting steamers. Mark Henderson another first mate/Pilot was killed in Cairo, Ill. in a river boat ::accident, either explosion or collision. :: In the spring of 1904, John Henderson, veteran river boat pilot, became critically ill at his home in California Kentucky. :: He was 76 years of age and not much hope is held for his recovery. Captain Henderson was a pilot on the Ohio River for over 40 years.:: We mention this because the captain was prominently known locally, as well as by all the river men. ::He was pilot on the Steamer ( Str) MAGNOLIA before she blew up, and also occupied the pilot house of the Steamers: WILDWOOD, CITY OF PORTSMOUTH,::FLEETWOOD,BOSTONA and LANCASTER at one time or another.:: SOURCE: Historical collections of Brown County Ohio::::::



Feb 5, 2005 at 19:55:22   Linda Herman (lindalee@pionet.net)

Have an old photo, about 100 years old. A town by a river. They have electricity. There is a steamboat with paddlewheel along the shore. It is very hard to read the name. It appears to be. W. M. (or N,or H) Lem(maybe n)man. I thought if I could find info on the boat I might be able to locate the place. I live in Western Iowa. Thanks.



Feb 6, 2005 at 04:26:15   Charlotte (Char_625@yahoo.com)

Very neat site.:: I like any information on the following boats......My gguncle was a pilot on the Str.Magnolia before she blew up he was also pilot on the following boats Strs.Wildwood, City of Portsmouth, Fleetwood, Bostona, and Lancaster at one time or another.:: His Name Capt. John Henderson b 1827-1904 0r 1905 he was a river man for over 40 years, and his home was in California, Ky.::He was the son of John and Abigail ( Livingston) Henderson::if any one has information on these Strs. or the Henderson,s love to hear from you, as we are at the famous brick wall.............Thanks Char_625@yahoo.com



Feb 6, 2005 at 14:23:46   Michael (michaelr@ottawadivorce.com)

http://www.OttawaDivorce.com

Excellent site!



Feb 11, 2005 at 11:45:09   Don Shontz (ddshontz@webtv.net)

Love cruising on the Delta Queen. Have done numerous times, and we are scheduled to go again.::



Feb 15, 2005 at 20:39:14   Linda Herman (lindalee@pionet.net)

Looking for area that steamboat, W. M. (or H. or N.) Lemman (or Lenman) was in service. Have a photo, but don't know where it was taken.



Feb 16, 2005 at 08:31:12   sara (peanutcaper5351@aol.com)

michigan

Very interesting website. but you should put in more pictures...duh!



Feb 16, 2005 at 08:33:17   sara (peanutcaper5351@aol.com)

michigan

i agree with that guy rob.::



Feb 16, 2005 at 08:50:28   Frances Trimble (ftut03@att.net)

My g.g.g.grandfather was Santa Fe trader Giles Martin Samuel. I have his letterbook that covers the mid-late 1820s and the information relates to his business conducted from Old Franklin, MO. Several of the letters mention steamboat companies, captains, etc. I'll find a favorite and post it on line. I am very interested to learn more about a Captain Clinton, who operated a steamboat on the Mississippi in this period.



Feb 17, 2005 at 17:59:43   Joeda (as)

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This site sucks!!!!!!!!!!! I dont know how to get out of the guetsbook!!!!!::



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Feb 22, 2005 at 10:45:28   bob (?)



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Feb 22, 2005 at 20:43:59   Gerri (gaf313@ameritech.net)

Thanks for the great information. My cousin, Josiah M. Swift, who died Jan.29,1892, was the propritor of the American Hotel and was an old steamboatman. At one time he had the bar on the Mary Ament and other boats out of this port (Evansville, IN) . His hotel was the resort of many of the marine fraternity according to his obituary. If anyone knows anything about this I'd love to hear from you.::Thanks for your hard work. Great Site



Feb 24, 2005 at 15:00:41   Miranda (Miranda0991@aol.com)

I had to do an extra credit report in Social Studies on Steamboats. This site helped me a lot.



Feb 25, 2005 at 12:00:43   danille (danielle61@iwon.com)

I am the granddaughter of the zubik fleet. I have alot of old movies of the boats. One story that I found intresting was the B-52 that crashed into the river and it was my grandfathers boat that saved some of the crew.



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