The Great Lakes Historical Society
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 C. Van Raalte, Holland, Michigan, Black Lake (Lake Macatawa), coastal schooner, Lake Michigan, Michigan City, Indiana, A.C. Van Raalte, Grand Traverse Bay, Grand Haven, Traverse City, Elk Rapids, Northport, Manistee, Muskegon, Captain O. Evans, Hitchcock & Gibson, Buffalo, New York, John T. Edwards, St. Joseph, P.P. Allen, Martin Green, Berrien County, Farrar & Trefft & Knight of Buffalo, Lake Michigan Transportation Company, Burton, Skylark, St. Joseph, steamer, Dirk Van Raalte, Peter J. Oggel, Dr. Phillip Phelps, Lucy Green, Arie Woltman, J.M. Jones of Detroit, Amos Fox and Mr. Ross of Petoskey, Captain Dodge of Detroit, Escanaba, Mackinaw, steamer Music, Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad, Smith Brothers of Cheboygan, Charles H. Caskey and J.M. Burbeck of Harbor Springs, Captain W.A. Snyder of Grand Haven, Captain A.C. Mayo, Bron, and Hofstra of Muskegon, Star of Duluth, tug Lizzie Frank, Muskegon Lake, Andrew Onderdonk of Chicago, William J. Ross of Chicago, Charles R. Leihy of Bayfield, Wisconsin, Schroeder Lumber Company of Ashland, Wisconsin, tug Ashland
Repository citation: Reynolds, Geoffrey D., "Maritime Namesakes of A.C. Van Raalte" (1999). Faculty Publications. Paper 67.
Published in: Inland Seas, Volume 55, Issue 4, Winter January 1, 1999, pages 270-275. Copyright © 1999 The Great Lakes Historical Society, Vermillion, Ohio.