- 131' 5.76"
- 25' 11.04"
- 11' 2.28"
- Tonnage Old Style
- 353 89/95
History and Notes
- 1856, Oct Aground Belle Island, Detroit River; released.
- 1858, Jun Owned G.W. Jones, Cleveland, OH.
- 1858, Oct Damage, 400 bushels wheat.
- 1860 Owned T. Branch, Milwaukee, WI.
- 1862, Jun Struck pier, Cleveland harbor, with cargo iron ore.
- 1862, Jul Collision with brig GLOBE on Lake St. George.
- 1863 Owned G. W. Jones, Cleveland, OH.
- 1863, Jul Collision with propeller MENDOTA, St. Clair River.
- 1863, Aug Sunk at mouth St. Mary River with cargo iron ore; stripped & abandoned.
- 1865, Aug 27 Schooner MOSELLE outfitting to raise this vessel.
- 1866 Large repairs.
- 1868 Owned Buffalo, NY; 265.25 gross tons.
- 1869, Aug Damaged in collision with propeller DEAN RICHMOND at Buffalo, NY.
- 1870 Large repairs.
- 1871 Owned Talcott & Co., Buffalo.
- 1873 Repaired.
- 1874, Aug Ashore Detroit River.
- 1875, Sep Sunk in collision with Grand Trunk Railway Dock at Marine City, MI, grain laden.
- 1876 Owned Cardinell et al, Buffalo.
- 1888 Sunk Erie Basin; owned Connelly Brothers.
- 1889, May 24 Owned John Pringle; will raise & rebuild Algonac, MI.
- 1899 Owned Andrew Kelley; 130 x 26 x 10', 265 gross / 251 net tons.
- 1900 Same owner, Buffalo, NY; 130 x 25.8 x 10.4.
- 1901 Out of registry.
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Newspaper Clippings
- International Ship Masters Association
- Inland Seas, Great Lakes Historical Society
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Board of Lake Underwriters Marine Directory
- Blue Book
- Beesons Marine Directory
- American Bureau of Shipping
- Unique ID