- Sail Number Masts
- Tonnage Gross
History and Notes
- Designed for Saginaw Bay lumber trade.
- 1867, Jun 11 First enrolled Port Huron, MI.
- 1868, Apr 14 Owned Wm. Stewart, Algonac.
- 1870, Late Oct Waterlogged in storm on Lake Erie, towed to Port Huron for repairs.
- 1870s Owned Northern Transportation Co., Detroit, MI; Cleveland, OH & Saginaw, MI lumber trade; towed by TRADER & BURLINGTON.
- 1871, Oct Grounded, head of Hog Island, MI; released.
- 1873, May 23 Struck by PARAGON, Windsor, ONT, Lake St. Clair.
- 1881 Owned H.G. Blanchard, Detroit; rebuilt & lengthened to 150' at West Bay City, MI; 300.88 gross/ 285.84 net tons; towed by MAYFLOWER in Bay City & Cleveland service.
- 1885 Towed by JUSTICE FIELD.
- 1889, Mar 6 Owned W.V. Penoyan, AuSable, MI.
- 1889-90 Rebuilt, Dunford & Alverson Shipyard, Port Huron.
- 1890s Towed by NELLIE TORRENT.
- 1892, Spring Owned H.P. Mayor.
- 1898 Owned C.A. Chamberlain, Detroit; waterlogged near Sand Beach, MI, Lake Huron.
- 1904 Owned Joseph Berry, Detroit; Georgian Bay & Lake Superior lumber trade.
- 1905, May 16 Sunk & abandoned, Detroit.
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Red Book
- Newspaper Clippings
- John O. Greenwood
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
- David Swayze Shipwreck Database
- C.E. Feltner Enrollments Database
- C. Patrick Labadie
- Board of Lake Underwriters Marine Directory
- Blue Book
- Beesons Marine Directory
- American Bureau of
- Unique ID