- Original Owner
- J. Goodman
- Ownership Notes
- Built, Richmond City, finished, Cleveland; 1st steam whistle on lakes 1847 by chief engineer William McCae or McGee
- Engine Type
- 11.6 or 7.6
- Tonnage Old Style
- 472 41/95
History and Notes
- 1838, May Hit pier, Grand River (Fairport) OH, broke a wheel.
- 1838, Oct 26 Collision with steamer COMMODORE PERRY in fog, 20 miles above Dunkirk, NY, towed to Dunkirk & repaired.
- 1839, Apr 26 Collision with steamer ILLINOIS, Detroit River, repaired.
- 1839, Jun 10 Collision with steamer LEXINGTON near Conneaut, OH, repaired.
- 1840, Nov 14 Broke a tiller chain in storm, made Erie, PA & repaired.
- 1841,, Apr 23 Owned, Rufus C. Palmer, Buffalo, NY.
- 1841, Nov 22 Sprang leak, Lake Erie, put back to port, 2 feet of water in hold within a few inches of the fire grates.
- 1843, Jun Broke walking beam while racing the British steamer AMERICA, repaired, Oswego, NY.
- 1843, Sep Collision & sank schooner EQUATOR.
- 1843-44 Rebuilt, new upper cabins & deck, bows extended & raised.
- 1846, Mar Broke away from her mooring in flood, Buffalo; driven into dock & damaged with 20 other vessels.
- 1847, Apr 25 Owned, Jeremiah N. Peabody & Co., Buffalo.
- 1847, May 4 Tiller chain broke, collided with pier, Cleveland, OH.
- 1847, May 29 Towed disabled steamer NEW ORLEANS into Cleveland.
- 1848, Sep 26 Owned, George W. Holt, Buffalo, NY.
- 1849, May 4 Broke crank, towed back to Buffalo for repairs.
- 1849, Oct 15 Owned, George W. Holt, et al, Buffalo.
- 1850, Nov Ashore in fog near Buffalo.
- 1851 Dismantled, engine into steamer MINNESOTA, Cleveland.
- 1853, Feb 2 Ashore, Buffalo, released.
- 1854 Rebuilt as sail vessel.
- 1862 Wrecked, Lake Erie.
- 1872, Nov 8 Wrecked, Lake Erie.
- Steamboat Bill
- Lytle List
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Gerry Metzler
- F.E. Hamilton
- Donald V. Baut
- David Swayze Shipwreck Database
- C.E. Feltner Enrollments Database
- C. Patrick Labadie
- Unique ID