Susan P. Gateley is an Upstate New York native, and has authored multiple books on Lake Ontario including Legends and Lore of Lake Ontario and Maritime Tales of Lake Ontario. She has an MS in fisheries and has been a sailor, educator and Great Lake advocate for half a century. More information, including videos and author blog, can be found at her website susanpgateley.com.
Formed by glaciers more than twelve thousand years ago, Lake Ontario has captivated nature lovers for generations. Unique among the Great Lakes for having once been connected to the sea, fossils from ocean life have been found near the lake's shores.
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A Maritime Tale of Lake Ontario. In the year 1880 Young Mollie McIntyre, recently widowed and now owner of the family operated cargo schooner Gazelle, fights two battles to keep her business afloat- one with Lake Ontario, the other with the male dominated waterfront of her day. Inspired by Oswego's Dr. Mary Walker, Rochester's Susan B.
Local author Susan Peterson Gateley tracks down the real Maid of the Mist and investigates the meaning behind the names Soup Harbor, Sheba Island and the Devil's Nose.
Battles, shipwrecks and abundant adventures await in this volume of maritime tales by local author Susan Gately.
A cat's place is at home in her garden, not out on a great lake getting wet! Or so thinks Twinkle Toes when she's shanghaied aboard the yacht Ariel for a Lake Ontario cruise to Canada along with her mother Dusty and her cousin Miss Piggy. But then Twink learns of a mystery and the quickest way to get home to solve it. Includes a great glossary of sailing terms.
Journey with the Jesuits, sail on a schooner during the great gale of 1880, take a night passage aboard the yacht, Titania to a special small island, discover the last U.S.-Canadian lake commerce and explore North America's most famous canal with author-sailor Susan Peterson Gateley.
From the tragic ends of several family-owned cargo schooners of the 19th century to the improbable outcome of a fishing trip on Lake Ontario taken in 2002, sailor/writer Susan Peterson Gateley chronicles maritime disasters, acts of heroism, and some close calls on Lake Ontario.
(Whiskey Hill Press, 2006; 95 pages)
Author: Susan Peterson Gateley
Thousands of acres of public land and miles of shoreline along Lake Ontario invite your exploration. Gateley also includes information on lake shore geology, marshes, wildlife and seasonal highlights for hikers, beach combers and canoers. The area covers Wayne, Cayuga, Oswego, and southern Jefferson Counties.
(Whiskey Hill Press,2003;157 pages)
Author: Susan Peterson Gateley
The south shore of Lake Ontario in the state of New York is an important staging area for migrating birds during the spring. It serves as both corridor and concentration points to northbound birds who depend on its forested and brushy areas for food and cover. Description of a dozen great places between Webster and Oswego, NY for bird watching along Lake Ontario, seasonal highlights and bird observatories.
Visit the author's website at: www.silverwaters.com