See 100 Great Lakes ships of the US and Canadian fleets up close and in action at various ports, rivers, locks, and lakes. Featured on Volume One are:
Alpena, American Republic, Michipicoten, Stewart J. Cort, Capt. Henry Jackman, Montrealis, Louis R. Desmarais, Canadian Century, H.L. White, Buckeye, Pineglen, Algoway, Canadian Progress, Columbia Star, Southdown Challenger, Algowest Reserve, Michigan / Great Lakes, Algosteel, Joseph H. Thompson, Edward L. Ryerson, Adam E. Cornelius, Frontenac, Paul R. Tregurtha, Kaye E. Barker, Catherine DesGagnes, Algocen, Chief Wawatam / Avenger IV, Mackinaw, Niagara, John J. Boland (3), Algonorth, Arthur M. Anderson, American Spirit, Mapleglen, Algonova, Myron C. Taylor, Joseph L. Block, Badger, Canadian Enterprise, Charles M. Beeghly, Algorail, Algoport, Canadian Trader, Cartierdoc, Earl W. Oglebay, Kinsman Independent, E.M. Ford, J.L. Mauthe, Valley Camp.
Featured on Volume two are:
Quebecois, Fred R. White Jr., Edgar B. Speer, Calumet, American Mariner, Canadian Voyageur, Algoisle, Voyageur Indépendant, John J. Boland (4), Paul H. Townsend, Great Lakes Trader, Walter J. McCarthy Jr., Lee A. Tregurtha, Capt. Ralph Tucker, Cedarglen, Roger Blough, Buffalo, Pere Marguette 41, Manistee, Windoc, Algobay, Philip R. Clarke, Indiana Harbor, Columbus, James Norris, John B. Aird, James R. Barker, Cuyahoga, Canadian Transport, Assiniboine, Wilfred Sykes, CSL Laurentien, Canadian Mariner, Herbert C. Jackson, Manitowoc, American Fortitude, Saltie Dog #1, Armco, Voyageur Pioneer, Algomarine, Atlantic Huron, Canadian Prospector, Ojibway, Lewis Wilson Foy, Middletown, Jean Parisien, Agawa Canyon, Earl W., Sundew and the Canadian Transfer.