The Isaac Collins is floated (25 Nov 1911)

The Isaac Collins is floated and is waiting to be towed into port. Other ships currently in port: Dr. Lykes, Francis E, Captain Collier, R. A. Bill and several Nassau schooners. (25 Nov 1911)

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Wreckers working day and night (24 Nov 1911)

Wreckers working day and night have consigned to the sea all of Isaac Collins cargo in a desperate attempt to free the vessel. The ship is withstanding the adverse weather conditions. (24 Nov 1911)

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The schooner Isaac Collins bound (23 Nov 1911)

The schooner Isaac Collins bound for Nassau with a cargo of lumber is aground on the bar at Cape Florida. Heavy seas threaten to ruin the vessel. (23 Nov 1911)

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Wreckers Take Notice: The US (6 Nov 1911)

Wreckers Take Notice: The U.S. marshall at Miami warns all parties interested in wrecking not to trespass upon the American schooner, Star of the Sea. Said vessel is aground on French Reef. (6 Nov 1911)

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