- Original Owner
- U.S. Revenue Cutter Service
- Propulsion Type
- Tonnage Old Style
History and Notes
- May have been first named TYLER.
- Fifth iron vessel constructed on Great Lakes.
- 1845 Apr 10 Beached to prevent sinking on her trials.
- 1846 Sent down Mississippi River, refitted with sidewheels, side-lever engine.
- 1846 Dec 9 Left Cincinnati for New Orleans, armed with 5 guns.
- 1847 July Transferred to US Coast Survey. Ran between New York & North Carolina ports.
- 1861 Rebuilt Boston Navy Yard with wooden hull, 366 tons.
- 1861 May 31 Back to Revenue Service.
- 1861 Nov 23 Back to Coast Survey duty.
- 1865 Struck a mine, minor damage.
- 1879. Retired from Coast Survey work, decommissioned.
- Newspaper Clippings
- Donald V. Baut
- Canney, US Coast Guard & Revenue Cutters
- Unique ID