Holland Historical Trust
Maritime Namesakes of A.C. Van Raalte is an article that concerns the history of the great lakes ships that bore his name for over eighty years.
Albertus Christiaan Van Raalte, A.C. Van Raalte, maritime history, Great Lakes, Black Lake, Lake Macatawa, Ottawa County, Michigan, schooner, steamer, Hitchcock & Gibson of Buffalo, New York, J.T. Edwards, St. Joseph, Michigan, Burton, Skylark, St. Joseph, Lake Michigan Transportation, De Hope, Arie Woltman, skipper, Alice Lubbers Woltman, Dirk B. Van Raalte, D.B.K Van Raate, Rev. P.J. Oggel, Peter Oggel, Dr. Philip Phelps, Grand Haven, Michigan, Lucy Green, New York City, Ottawa County Sheriff, Traverse City, Michigan, Captain Dodge, Detroit, Escanaba, Petoskey, Mackinaw, Music, Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad, Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, Mackinaw Island, Smith brothers, Cheboygan, W.A. Snyder, Grand Haven Tug Association, Star Duluth, Lizzie Frank, Muskegon, Charles R. Leihy, Bayfield, Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Shroeder Lumber Company, Ashland, raft tug, log rafts, booms, lumber mills
Repository citation: Reynolds, Geoffrey D., "Nautical Namesakes of A.C. Van Raalte" (1999). Faculty Publications. Paper 1119.
Published in: Review, Volume 12, Issue 2, Summer July 1, 1999, pages 4-6. Copyright © 1999 Holland Historical Trust, Holland, MI.
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