- Sail Number Masts
- Tonnage Old Style
History and Notes
- 1863, May 11 Purchased as a Lighthouse Tender by Shubrick, chairman of the Lighthouse Board(predecessor to the U.S. Lighthouse Service), 11th Lighthouse District; last sailing lighthouse tender on the lakes.
- 1869-79 Used during building of lighthouse at Spectacle Reef, Lake Huron, MI.
- 1873, Oct Driven on Skillagalee Reef; steamer ANDREW JOHNSON assisted.
- 1874, Fall Towed to Bay City, MI; rebuilt.
- 1875 Rebuilt as barge at Bangor; 1 deck; 1 mast.
- 1875, Jul 8 Owned H.B. Moore et al, Bay City; 88 gross tons.
- 1876, Apr 21 Owned Edward Taubert, Bay City.
- 1880, Mar 27 Owned H.B. Kirby et al, Detroit, MI.
- 1880, Jul 27 Owned Frank V. Holston, Ashland, WI.
- 1881, Jun 27 Enrolled as sloop-barge.
- 1882, Mar 4 Damaged in storm when torn from moorings in Duluth, MN harbor; driven on beach; purchased by William Morrin, Bayfield, WI.
- 1883, Jun 8 Pulled off beach; rebuilt; owned Henry Turelson, Duluth, MN.
- 1883, Sep 28 2-mast schooner.
- 1885 88.03 gross/83.63 net tons; schooner.
- 1888, Jun 13 Owned Fred H. Russell, Duluth.
- 1889, Jul 16 Owned Elizabeth Matthews et al.
- 1889, Oct Ashore about 25 mi. s. of Duluth; removed by tugs RECORD & PATHFINDER.
- 1890, Mar 1 Owned Byron B. Inman, Duluth.
- 1890, Apr Owned E.A. Carter, J. Degurgas, Ludington, MI.
- 1890, Sep Struck pier Racine, WI harbor.
- 1890, Nov 1 Ashore Manistee, MI.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Newspaper Clippings
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Detroit & St. Clair River Towing Association, c.1867
- Board of Lake Underwriters Marine Directory
- Unique ID