Oswego was once a shipbuilding mecca
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Oswego was once a shipbuilding mecca

By RICHARD PALMER Contributing Writer On Oct. 20, 1888, the Oswego Palladium published an interesting article concerning the rise and fall of the wooden shipbuilding industry in Oswego. The article was the result of an interview with Clark Cooley, the canal collector, who had extensive knowledge on the subject. Following is the article.

01 March 2011 - 11:35

By RICHARD PALMER Contributing Writer On Oct. 20, 1888, the Oswego Palladium published an interesting article concerning the rise and fall of the wooden shipbuilding industry in Oswego. The article was the result of an interview with Clark Cooley, the canal collector, who had extensive knowledge on the subject. Following is the article.

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