- 152' 7"
- 22' 9 1/2"
- 10' 3 1/2"
- Tonnage Old Style
- 343 37/95
- 15,000 bushels
History and Notes
- 1848, Apr Launched.
- 1848, May Machinery disabled off Conneaut, OH, Lake Erie.
- 1849, Oct 23 Owned Smith Coman & Tench C. Stiles, Buffalo, NY.
- 1850, Apr 3 Owned Henry C. Walker et al, Buffalo.
- 1851, Nov 8 Owned Jesse S. Norton & Isaac P. Thompson, Toledo, OH.
- 1854, Apr 17 Owned William Sutton et al, Buffalo.
- 1854, Sep 1 Collided with & sank canalboat UNDINE, Buffalo harbor.
- 1855, May Ashore Cedar Point, OH, Lake Erie.
- 1855, Aug Ashore Neebish Island, St. Mary's River.
- 1855, Sep 28 Owned A.T. Spencer et al, Chicago, IL.
- 1857, Aug Lost rudder off Waukegan, IL, Lake Michigan.
- 1857, Sep Collided with unknown vessel, Port Washington, Lake Michigan.
- 1858, Apr 6 Owned A.E. Goodrich & Samuel A. Bryon (?), Buffalo, for Northwest Transportation Co.
- 1859, Mar New engines.
- 1861, Aug 5 Owned William Crosten; rebuilt as bark; 153.6 x 26 x 9.9'; 373 86/95 tons; one deck, 3 masts; machinery into UNION.
- 1861, Nov Sank at Chicago.
- 1862, Nov Stranded & wrecked.
- 1863-65 Owned John Gallion & Co., Racine, WI.
- Peter J. VanderLinden
- Newspaper Clippings
- Maritime History of the Great Lakes - Internet
- Lytle List
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mer
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