- Sail Number Masts
- Tonnage Gross
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- 325' lumber
History and Notes
- 1868, Mar 28 Launched; towed by R. PRINDIVILLE.
- 1870, May 3 Made steambarge, probably high pressure engine; towed TWILIGHT, MOHAWK, FORESTER & M. STOCKTON; capacity 275,000' lumber.
- 1871 Towed 8 barges.
- 1874, Mar 28 Owned L.B. Parker, George & J.C. Lester, Marine City; towed TRANSPORT, S. CLEMENT & WOLVERINE.
- 1876, Oct Burned & scuttled near Tonawanda, NY.
- 1877, Apr 23 Owned Parker & McNeil.
- 1882 Rebuilt; 24 x 26" HPNC engine; one 7'8" x 16' @ 70# steam, tubular boiler.
- 1881, Apr Ice bound with consorts CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE & MARINE CITY bound for Cleveland, OH.
- 1887, Aug Towed ANTELOPE, QUEEN CITY & OSCAR BELL.
- 1891 Towed BOSCOBEL, BUCKEYE STATE & MARINE CITY.
- 1895, Jul 14 Ashore with barges on Garden City light reef.
- 1899 18+ 36 x 26", 330hp @ 95rpm steeple compound engine by S.F. Hodge Engine Works; One 8.5 x 15' @ 100# steam, firebox boiler (1884).
- 1901, Apr Chartered for pulpwood trade Georgian Bay to Sault & Detroit by Sulfite Fibre Co.
- 1901, Nov Ashore Scare Crow Island, Lake Huron in fog with barges THOMAS HOLLAND, MARINE CITY & BAHAMA.
- 1902, Nov 27 Ashore Starve Island Reef, Lake Erie with AMARETTA MOSHER who was wrecked there.
- 1902, Dec 26 Released; towed to Put-in-Bay.
- 1903, Jun 15 Owned William Robertson, Frankfort, MI.
- 1907, Mar 12 Owned Grace E. Robertson, Manistee, MI.
- 1910 Dismantled & burned, Sturgeon Bay.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Peter J. VanderLinden
- Marine Directory, R.L. Polk Co., Detroit
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Great Lakes Register
- F.E. Hamilton
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
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- 2008-02-25 03:50:35