Altona:

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Altona
Book Stern-wheelers Up Columbia: A Century of Steamboating in the Oregon Country
Author Randall V. Mills
Published California: Pacific Books, Palo Alto, California,
Pages 64, 189
Altona (133.8 tons) Subscribe to view
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Altona (bark; Capt. Carver; noted in directory of 1894) Subscribe to view
Altona (bark; Capt. Collins; noted in directory of 1898) Subscribe to view
Altona (bark; Capt. Collins; noted in directory of 1899) Subscribe to view
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Altona (bark; Capt. M. A. Marsters; noted in directory of 1895) Subscribe to view
Altona (bark; Capt. M. A. Marsters; noted in directory of 1897) Subscribe to view
Altona (bark; Capt. Marsters? M. A.; noted in directory of 1896) Subscribe to view
Altona (bark; Capt. Thos. A. Marsters; noted in directory of 1891) Subscribe to view
Altona (bark; Capt. Thos. A. Marsters; noted in directory of 1892) Subscribe to view
Altona (bark; Capt. Thos. A. Marsters; noted in directory of 1893) Subscribe to view
Altona (barkentine) Subscribe to view
Altona (Barque; Canadian; Official Number: 97175, built 1890, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Canada) Subscribe to view
Altona (Barquentine; 1890, Parrsborough) Subscribe to view
Altona (Built 1899, Portland, OR, USA; Name given in 1899; Passenger/Freight Vessel, 329 tons) Subscribe to view
Altona (Canal boat; built Chicago IL, 1853; 108.18 tons; enrollment certificates) Subscribe to view
Altona (freighter; 5892 tons; launched in 1921; photographed in 1928, 1929, early 1930 & '39 (1940 torpedoed)) Subscribe to view
Altona (Iron Screw Steamer; London; built 1872; 1814 gross tons; official number: 68359) Subscribe to view
Altona (Motor Vessel) Subscribe to view
Altona (of Hamburg, J Hellerich, Master, 4352/2787 tons, from the port of Brisbane to Sydney, New South Wales, 2 January 1906) Subscribe to view
Altona (of Hamburg, R. Schuldt, Master, 2726 / 4312 tons, from the port of Sourabaya Brisbane Via Newcastle to Sydney, New South Wales, 9th July 1909) Subscribe to view
Altona (of Hamburg, R. Schuldt, Master, 2726 tons, from the port of New York Via Williamstown to Sydney, New South Wales, 21st June 1909) Subscribe to view
Altona (Pampt, captain) Subscribe to view
Altona (Schooner; Canadian; Official Number: 100617, built 1894, Sable River, Nova Scotia, Canada) Subscribe to view
Altona (Schooner; Canadian; Official Number: 94961, built 1889, Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada) Subscribe to view
Altona (schooner; Capt. Barker; noted in directory of 1858) Subscribe to view
Altona (schooner; Capt. Barker; noted in directory of 1859) Subscribe to view
Altona (Steamer; 402 tons; from Alton, Illinois; directory of 1855) Subscribe to view
Altona (Steamer; 402 tons; from St. Louis, Missouri; directory of 1855) Subscribe to view
Altona (steamer; Capt. G. K. Hoar; noted in directory of 1874) Subscribe to view
Altona (steamer; Capt. G. K. Hoar; noted in directory of 1875) Subscribe to view
Altona (steamer; Capt. G. K. Koar; noted in directory of 1876) Subscribe to view
Altona (steamer; Capt. Mulier; noted in directory of 1878) Subscribe to view
Altona (steamer; Capt. Muller; noted in directory of 1877) Subscribe to view
Altona (steamer; Capt. Muller; noted in directory of 1879) Subscribe to view
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Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Altona (Stranded, 1916-12-10; Prospect) Subscribe to view
Altona -- str.
Book The H. W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest
Author Gordon R. Newell, ed.
Published Superior Publishing Company, Seattle,
Page 48
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Altona, steamship (1872)
Journal American Neptune (1941-1990; Vols. 1-50)
Published Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Mass.,
ISSN 0003-0155
Pages XVIII, 68
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