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History and Notes
- 1868 Owned Goodrich Transportation Co., Chicago, IL.
- 1868, Jul 8 Owned Detroit & Cleveland Steam Boat Co., Chicago.
- 1869, Feb 3 New arches, vessel strengthened at Campbell, Owen & Co. drydock, Chicago.
- 1870, Aug Machinery broke, Lake Erie; will be laid up several weeks.
- 1875, Jul 15 Engine cylinderhead blew out; towed to Detroit.
- 1875, Dec 19 Major rebuild at Detroit Dry Dock; received second engine from the DETROIT (1859), 60" x 12', built by Shephard Iron Works, Buffalo, NY.
- 1886, Apr 5 Rebuilt, arches removed, strapping installed, hull cut down 4', main deck lowered 4"; 241.4 x 33.6 x 10.4'; 621 gross tons; engine rebuilt by W.A. Fletcher Works; two new 15'6" x 12'6" boilers by John McGregor.
- 1886, Jul 10 Owned Red Star Line, Detroit; renamed GREYHOUND.
- 1898, Aug 18 Connecting rod broke & wrecked engine; towed to Detroit for repairs by Riverside Iron Works; origional wheels replaced by new feathering wheels.
- 1899 Owned White Star Line, Detroit.
- 1901 Last trip, Port Huron, MI to Detroit.
- 1902 Owned Joseph H. Berry, Grosse Pointe, MI; laid up to be dismantled.
- 1903, Apr 30 Listed as barge.
- 1907, Jun 29 Enrollment surrendered, "Abandoned as unfit".
- 1908 Burned at Crane Street boneyard, Detriot.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Newspaper Clippings
- Lytle List
- List of Merchant Vessels of the United States
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Great Lakes Register
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Edward J. Dowling Collection
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