- 176' 10"
- 27' 6"
- 10' 1"
- Tonnage Old Style
- 462 39/95
history and notes
- 1848, Jun 3 Enrolled Detroit, MI; ran Chicago,IL, Kenosha & Racine & Milwaukee, WI & St. Joseph, MI.
- 1849 Ran Michigan Central Line, New Buffalo to Chicago.
- 1848, Jul Broke piston head off Black River; repaired Cleveland.
- 1848, Sep 14 Broke walking beam & cylinder head.
- 1849, Mar Damaged in Chicago flood.
- 1851 Ran Detroit to Soo.
- 1853, May 25 Collision with brig FASHION in Detroit River.
- 1854 Detroit Customs District.
- 1854, Sep 23 Sank propeller ILLINOIS in collision at Chicago; ran Chicago to Milwaukee.
- 1855, Aug 11 Sunk mouth of Chippewa Creek; released.
- 1855, Oct 3 Owned William Clement & Thomas Butlin, Detroit & William Cooper, Forestville, MI.
- 1855, Oct 3 Rebuilt as barkentine; machinery into FOREST QUEEN then SAGINAW.
- 1855, Dec Ashore east coast Lake Michigan.
- 1856, Oct Ashore Thunder Bay Island, Lake Ontario.
- 1860, Apr 21 Owned A.H. Holden, Russel Green, Chicago, IL; 3 masts.
- 1862 Ashore Lake Ontario.
- 1863 Owned F.B. Gardner, Chicago.
- 1863, Nov Ashore Lake Erie; released.
- 1867, Jul 15 Owned Galen Eastman; reduced to barge; capacity 250,000' lumber.
- 1867 Wrecked, Lake Michigan.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Newspaper Clippings
- National Archives
- Lytle List
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Gerry Metzler
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Unique ID