- Sail Number Masts
- 25' 8"
- 9' 8"
- Tonnage Old Style
- 257 49/95
History and Notes
- 1844, Sep 7 Enrolled Cleveland, OH.
- 1845, Jun Ran Buffalo, NY - Chicago, IL in 20 days.
- 1845, Dec 2 Lost rigging in collision with Brig CLARION.
- 1847, May 8 Aground in Lake Michigan gale.
- 1847, Sep 10 Collision with schooner FUR TRADER off Pt. Abino.
- 1847, Nov 15 Ashore near Buffalo, New York piers, jettisoned deck load of flour; released.
- 1848, Jun 30 Owned R.C. Paine, St. Joseph, MI.
- 1848, Sep 27 Ashore below Buffalo pier with schooner CONSTELLATION.
- 1849, Apr 3 Sails & rigging burned in J.F. Porter warehouse fire, St. Joseph, MI.
- 1852, Sep 21 Disabled on Lake Huron.
- 1854, Aug Sprung leak, Lake Erie with railroad iron.
- 1854, Nov Damaged on St. Clair Flats.
- 1855, Oct 28 Collided with brig CUMBERLAND in St. Clair River.
- 1856, Aug Leaking, Lake Michigan; repaired Milwaukee.
- 1856, Nov Dismasted Chicago, Lake Michigan.
- 1857, Jul 21 Capsized & sank SE of Two Rivers, WI, Lake Michigan, seen by schooner KYLE SPANGLER between Big & Little Point Au Sable.
- 1857, Jul Owend E.A. Bruce, Chicago, IL.
- 1864, Nov 4 Ashore Buffalo in gale, deck load of flour thrown over.
- Newspaper Clippings
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Donald V. Baut
- David Swayze Shipwreck Database
- C.E. Feltner Enrollments Database
- Unique ID