The steamship Louisianne is aground (25 Oct 1910)

The steamship Louisianne is aground near Sombrero Light. The cutter Forward took 286 passengers to Key West and is returning for more. (25 Oct 1910)

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Key West bureau reports: The (22 Oct 1910)

Key West bureau reports: The American steamer Herman Frasche is aground at Crockers Reef in 3 fathoms of water. The British steamer Inventor rescues 6 men from the schooner Marta and 10 men from the bark Hugo, both adrift in the Gulf. The schooner Huron is safe but the masts must be chopped away. The Norwegian steamer Fos is wrecked at Marquesas. Schooners Vivian and Standard break moorings, drift to sea and are lost. (22 Oct 1910)

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The winds are still too (22 Oct 1910)

The winds are still too strong for the steamer Mascotte to come in the ship channel. Mascotte anchors off Cape Florida and tug Bruster brings in the passengers. (22 Oct 1910)

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The 4-masted schooner off Boca (20 Oct 1910)

The 4-masted schooner off Boca Ratone is the Harry T. Heywood with a load of gravel for the extension. The vessel is sunk 8 feet below the surface. (20 Oct 1910)

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Miami is without mail and (20 Oct 1910)

Miami is without mail and telegraph. The steamer Virginia sinks off Boca Chita and 6 steamers are aground between Knight’s Key and Key West. A water logged schooner loaded with phosphate is sighted off Knight’s Key. (20 Oct 1910)

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