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History and Notes
- 1889, Apr 23 Launched; Cost $160,000; 3 bulkheads, double-bottom ballast tanks.
- 1890 Operated by Lackawanna Line; carrying record grain cargos.
- 1894, Aug Collided with schooner AHIRA COBB, Mud Lake; upbound with coal in heavy fog.
- 1895, Oct 18 Owned Kelderhouse et al, Buffalo; sunk in collison with WM. H. GILBERT, near Sault Ste. Marie; raised.
- 1899 Owned G.W. Maythem et al, Republic Steamship Co., Buffalo.
- 1902 Owned Charles Beyschlag, St. Clair, MI.
- 1905, Jun 5 Owned Wisconsin Transportation Co., affiliate of C. Reiss Coal Co., Sheboygan, WI.
- 1912 Transferred to North American Steamship Co., also affiliate of Reiss.
- 1916 Owned Lake Transportation Co., Buffalo.
- 1919 Great Lakes Transportation Co. Ltd, James Playfair, Midland, ONT (C138218); Renamed GLENSTRIVEN; 274.7 X 42.2 X 20.5; 2152 gross/1585 net tons; used in grain trade.
- c1919 Bridge structure rebuilt; wood masts replaced with steel pipe spars.
- 1923, Nov 16 Wrecked at South West Shoeal off Cove Island, 5 miles west of Tobermory; 160,000 bushels oats.
- 1923, Dec 5 Refloated by Reid Wrecking Co., Sarnia, taken to Tobermory for temporary repairs, to Collingwood for drydock & inspection.
- 1924 Scrapped.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Newspaper Clippings
- Great Lakes Register
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
- Donald V. Baut
- David Swayze Shipwreck Database
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- 2008-02-20 12:42:29