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This is a list of shipwrecks during the Great Lakes Storm of 1913.

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Ships foundered
ShipGross tonsLength (ft)Beam (ft)BuiltCargoApproximate locationDamage ($)Deaths
Lake Superior
Leafield1,454269351892steel railsAngus Island100,00018
Henry B. Smith[1]6,631525551906iron oreMarquette, Michigan350,00025
Lake Michigan
Plymouth (Barge)776225351854lumberGull Island5,0007
Lake Huron
Argus4,707436501903coalPoint aux Barques, Michigan136,00028
James Carruthers7,862550581913grainGoderich, Ontario410,00022
Hydrus4,700416501903iron oreGoderich, Ontario[citation needed]136,000[citation needed]27[1]
SS John A. McGean[1]5,100452521908coalSturgeon Point, Michigan240,00022[1]
Charles S. Price6,322524541910coalPort Huron, Michigan340,00028
Regina1,95626942.51907steel pipe, package freightHarbor Beach, Michigan125,00020
Isaac M. Scott6,372524541909coalSturgeon Point, Michigan340,00028
Wexford2,104250401883steel rails8.6 miles NNE of Grand Bend, Ontario125,000(actual number uncertain) 17 to 24 victims reported
Lake Erie
United States lightship LV-82 Buffalo180105211912nonePoint Abino, Ontario, Canada25,0006 {Lightship salvaged}
Ships stranded
ShipGross TonsLength (ft)Beam (ft)BuiltCargoApprox LocationDamage ($)Notes
Lake Superior
Fred G. Hartwell6,223504581908unknownPoint Iroquois, Michigan30,000rebuilt
Huronic3,330321431902passengersWhitefish Point, Michigan30,000
J.T. Hutchinson3,734346481901unknownPoint Iroquois, Michigan40,000
Major1,864303411889unknownCrisp Point, Michiganunknownrebuilt
William Nottingham4,234377501902wheatWhitefish Bay, Michigan75,0003 men lost
Scottish Hero2,202297401895unknownunknown500
Turret Chief1,881273441896unknownCopper Harbor, Michiganunknownrebuilt 1914 as Salvor
L.C. Waldo4,466472481896iron oreGull Rock, Michiganunknownrebuilt 1916 as Riverton
St. Marys River
Meafordunknownunknownunknownunknownunknown500
Lake Michigan
Halsted (Barge)497191321873lumberWashington Harbor,unknown
Louisiana1,753287391887emptyWashington Harbor,burned to waterline
Pontiac2,298300401889unknownSimmon's Reef7,500
Lake Huron
Acadian2,305246.5431908unknownThunder Bay, Michigan30,000
Lightship # 61 aka 'Corsica Shoals'16087'2'21'6'1893noneForced from Corsica Shoals to Point Edward Canada-reportedly contributed to loss of 'Matthew Andrews' {See article United States lightship Huron (LV-103)}refloated
Matthew Andrews7,014532561907unknownCorsica Shoal2,500refloated
Howard M. Hanna Jr.5,667500541908coalPort Austin, Michiganrebuilt 1916
Henry A. Hawgood6,839552561906unknownWeis Beach7,000refloated
J.M. Jenks4,644414501902unknownGeorgian Bay25,000
Matoa2,311310401890coalPoint aux Barques, Michigan117,0000
D.O. Mills6,598532581907unknownHarbor Beach, Michigan45,000refloated
Northern Queen2,476300411889unknownKettle Point 44, Ontario25,000
A.E. Stewart3,943356501902unknownThunder Bay, Michigan30,000refloated
St. Clair & Detroit Rivers
W.G. Pollock4,872420521906unknownSt. Clair Flats5,000
Saxona4,716418501903unknownLake St. Clair1,500
Victory4,527450481895unknownLivingston Channel12,000
Lake Erie
Donaldson (Barge)unknownunknownunknownunknownunknownCleveland, Ohio800
C.W. Elphicke12,058273421889flaxLong Point, Ontariounknown
FultonunknownunknownunknownunknownunknownBar Point2,500
G.J. Grammer4,471418481902unknownLorain, Ohio1,500refloated
Pittsburgh Steamship
Co. Barges
unknownunknownunknownunknownunknownCleveland, Ohio100,000unmanned
1. The steamer C.W. Elphicke reportedly struck a submerged obstruction on Lake Erie, off Long Point, on October 21, 1913, during a gale; it was beached just above the Long Point Lighthouse 212 hours later. Before it could be salvaged, the November gale hit and it became a total loss. No lives lost. It was on voyage from Fort William, Ontario, for Buffalo, NY, with cargo of flax.
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Vessels gallery[edit]

  • 'Leafield'

  • 'Henry B Smith'

  • 'Argus'

  • 'Plymouth'

  • 'James Carruthers'

  • 'Hydrus'

  • 'John A McGean'

  • 'Charles S Price'

  • 'Charles S Price' wreckage

  • 'Regina'

  • 'Isaac M Scott'

  • 'Wexford'

  • 'Lightship LV-82' salvaged

  • 'Louisiana'

  • 'L.C. Waldo' Aground

  • 'Howard M Hanna Jr' aground

  • 'Northern Queen'

  • 'Turret Chief'

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  1. ^ abcdEllison, Garret (November 9, 2015). 'Wreck of the Hydrus, lost in 1913 storm, discovered in Lake Huron'. The Grand Rapids Press. Mlive Media Group. Retrieved November 9, 2015.
  • Brown, David G. (2002). White Hurricane. International Marine / McGraw-Hill. ISBN0-07-138037-X.
  • 'Great Lakes Vessel Wrecks'. Maritime History of the Great Lakes. Retrieved February 11, 2005.
  • 'The Great Storm of 1913: Vessels Totally Destroyed'(PDF). Newsletter, Winter 2003, Save Ontario Shipwrecks, Inc. Archived from the original(PDF) on April 24, 2005. Retrieved February 2, 2005.
  • 'Great Lakes Vessels Online Index'. Historical Collections of the Great Lakes. Archived from the original on February 7, 2005. Retrieved February 16, 2005.
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