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History and Notes
- Longest surviving package freight carrier.
- 1893 Given awnings & wooden spar deck for World's Fair trade.
- 1893, Nov 11 Collision in fog with steamer THOMAS H. SMITH near Racine, WI; the SMITH sank.
- 1896, Nov 18 Struck by steamer G. W. MORLEY while lying at the St. Paul elevator, Chicago, moderate damage.
- 1898, Nov 22 Ashore in gale near Baptism River, MN; refloated, taken to Chicago.
- 1898-99 Rebuilt, lengthened, 334', 2,745 gross tons.
- 1899 Owned Canada Atlantic Transit Co., MN.
- 1914 2 new scotch boilers, 13' x 12' 6", 160# steam, built by American Ship Building Co., Cleveland, OH.
- 1942 Owned Overlakes Freight Corperation, Detroit, MI.
- 1946 Laid up, Detroit.
- 1947 Owned T. H. Browning Steamship Co., Trenton, MI.
- 1947, Jun owned Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd.
- 1947, Jul Towed by tug HELENA to Hamilton, ONT.
- 1948, Scrapped, Hamilton, ONT.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Great Lakes Register
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
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