- Propulsion Type
- 17' 4"
- Tonnage Old Style
- 105 7/95
History and Notes
- 1857, Jul 20 Enrolled Buffalo, NY.
- 1857 Rebuilt by John P. Clark at Detroit, MI; owned T.G. Barnes, Superior, WI; ran Duluth, MN to Superior on Lake Superior until 1862.
- 1859, Aug 6 Sold by W. S. Marshall & D. C. Reed to H. Holcomb; ran Superior to nearby towns.
- 1860 Owned Thomas G. Barnes, Superior.
- 1862 Ran on Detroit River; 150hp.
- 1864, Aug 3 Owned W. Willard; exploded boiler on Detroit River; 1 death.
- 1865, May 29 Owned James Mercer.
- 1866, Oct Owned John Hutchings, Detroit; carried shingles & lath Detroit to Toledo.
- 1868, Jun 27 Owned T. Christie.
- 1868, Oct 25 Sunk by steamer PHIL SHERIDAN at Windsor.
- 1871, Sep 22 Owned H.C. Harmon, Algonac, MI; broke rudder at Detroit.
- 1872 Owned G. W. Nichols; rebuilt by Campbell & Owen; C61156; renamed THOMAS WEBB; 92.3 x 18 x 6.8', 83 gross/ 57.33 net tons.
- 1872, Dec Owned H. T. & F. W. Pulford, Windsor.
- 1873 Foundered Detroit River near Belle Isle; raised; abandoned Port Maitland.
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Peter J. VanderLinden
- Newspaper Clippings
- Lytle List
- List of Merchant Vessels of the United States
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Gerry Metzler
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Dossin Great Lakes Museum
- Donald V. Baut
- Unique ID