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History and Notes
- 1888 Enrolled as BR95265; first vessel to carry cargo Montreal, QUE to Chicago, IL without trans-shipment.
- 1889, Oct 9 Disabled Sand Beach with wheat cargo for Montreal.
- 1889, Nov 20 Grounded Topsail Island.
- 1890 Owned Hagerty & Crandle, Toronto, St. Lawrence & Chicago Steam Navigation Co. Ltd.
- 1890, Fall Lengthened at Polson Iron Works, Owen Sound, ONT; 246.1'; 1,507 gross/ 977 net tons; 3rd mast added; capacity 60,000 bushels.
- 1892, Jun Aground Mud Lake.
- 1893, Jul Ashore Knife Island, Lake Superior; repaired West Superior, Duluth, MN.
- 1893, Oct 16 Cabins stove in by Lake Superior gale.
- 1897, Apr 4 Ashore Rock Island Reef, upper St. Lawrence River, repaired Detroit.
- 1897, Dec 4 Stranded East Charity Shoal, Lake Ontario in storm; released later that month.
- 1898 Rebuilt Kingston, ONT; 246 x 35 x 21.1'; owned Prescott & Lake Superior Navigation Co.
- 1907, May 18 Owned R.O. & A.B MacKay & C.A. Jacques, Hamilton, ONT; formed Rosedale Ltd, a subsidiary of Island Navigation Co.
- 1912, Nov 11 Stranded Detour Point, bound Kingston to Fort William.
- 1915 Refitted Port Arthur for ocean service.
- 1919, Apr 8 Wrecked Bristol Channel.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Scanner, Toronto Marine Historical Society
- Newspaper Clippings
- Great Lakes Register
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
- Dossin Great Lakes Museum
- David Swayze Shipwreck Database
- Canadian Registers
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- 2008-02-25 04:03:23
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