- Sail Number Masts
- 25' 8"
- Tonnage Old Style
- 317 68/95
- 13,000 bushels
History and Notes
- 1855, Aug 3 Owned William G. Catlin et al, Detroit, MI.
- 1855, Aug 14 Collided with propeller TOLEDO, Lake Huron.
- 1855, Sep 28 Owned H.N. Strong, Detroit.
- 1855, Nov 20 Collided with schooner VELOCITY, Long Point, Lake Erie.
- 1857, Oct 6 Owned William H. Goodnow, Detroit.
- 1858, Feb 6 Owned H.N. Strong, Detroit.
- 1860, May 26 Sailed for Providence, RI.
- 1861, Mar 4 New deck & repairs, Detroit.
- 1861, Jul 6 Collided with schooner S.A. DOUGLAS, Pidgeon Bay, Lake Erie; both damaged.
- 1862, Apr 3 Owned Captain Hugh Coyne.
- 1862, Nov Collided with bark NEWSBOY, Manitowoc, WI, Lake Michigan.
- 1868-69 Rebuilt at J.P. Clark's Shipyard, Detroit.
- 1869, Sep Dismasted, Lake Michigan; towed to Detroit.
- 1869, Oct Collided with schooner VAMPYRE or VAMPIRE, Saginaw River, Lake Huron; barge.
- 1874 Repaired.
- 1876 Owned W. Kelly, Chicago, IL.
- 1880 Owned Charles Coats, Saugatuck, MI.
- 1883, Apr 20 Repaired Martel's shipyard, Saugatuck, MI.
- 1891, Dec 4 Arrived at New York City, NY.
- 1898 In commission.
- Newspaper Clippings
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Donald V. Baut
- C.E. Feltner Enrollments Database
- C. Patrick Labadie
- Unique ID