Three features of Choctaw’s stern cabin that match with historical images: a square window, ladder, and doorway situated just beneath the point where the funnel, connected to the smoke box uptake in the vessel’s boiler room, protrudes from the cabin. Source: Northwest Michigan College/Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary.

Three features of Choctaw’s stern cabin that match with historical images: a square window, ladder, and doorway situated just beneath the point where the funnel, connected to the smoke box uptake in the vessel’s boiler room, protrudes from the cabin. Image courtesy of Northwestern Michigan College/Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Download larger image (jpg, 217 KB)

 

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