- Sail Number Masts
- 88' 6"
- 24' 8"
- 8' 9.5"
- Tonnage Old Style
- 168 32/95
History and Notes
- Named for John Jacob Astor's Assistant & chief agent of American Fur Co., 1820's; traded between Detroit & Sault connecting with JOHN JACOB ASTOR from Lake Superior ports.
- 1837 / 38, Fall Caught in ice for winter 12 miles off Bar Pt. at mouth of Detroit River.
- 1842, Sep 20 Owned Michigan Insurance Co., Detroit.
- 1843, May 6 Owned American Fur Co.
- 1845 Lost, Copper Harbor.
- 1846, Apr 29 Owned A. Henry Geisse & James A. Armstrong, Detroit.
- 1847 Rebuilt & enlarged Buffalo, NY; 114 x 25'4" x 7'5"; 228 43/95 tons.
- 1848 Ran Buffalo - Detroit with grain and flour.
- 1848, May 19 Ashore in fog near Milwaukee, WI.
- 1848, Nov 15 Collision with barque UTICA at Buffalo, NY pier; rig & upper works damaged.
- 1851, Aug 7 Capsized Lake Erie near Pt. Pelee, lumber laden.
- 1851, Sep 23 Lost part of deck loads lumber, Lake Michigan.
- 1854 Buffalo District.
- 1860 Owned C. Lindgren, Chicago, IL.
- 1863, Mar 27 Enrolled Buffalo, NY.
- 1863, Jun 22 Owned Keit, Chicago.
- 1863, Aug 12 Owned Knud Knutson & Andrew Thompson, Chicago.
- 1863, Fall Lost, east coast Washington Island.
- Walter Lewis
- Newspaper Clippings
- Marine Review
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Donald V. Baut
- Detroit & St. Clair River Towing Association, c.1867
- David Swayze Shipwreck Database
- Board of Lake Underwriters Marine Directory
- Unique ID