De Tour, Michigan shorefront (2 of 2)

Cyanotype view of shorefront at De Tour, near the mouth of the St. Mary's River. The cordwood on the dock was probably stacked there for sale to passing steamboats and especially the steam tugs, which towed schooners both to and from the Sault at the head to the St. Mary's River.
Abstract/Description: Cyanotype view of shorefront at De Tour, near the mouth of the St. Mary's River. The cordwood on the dock was probably stacked there for sale to passing steamboats and especially the steam tugs, which towed schooners both to and from the Sault at the head to the St. Mary's River.
Subject(s): Cities and towns
Lumber
Date Created: 1885 (approximate)