- Propulsion Type
- 24' 6"
- Tonnage Old Style
- Tonnage Gross
History and Notes
- 1888 Built to carry package freight, Lake Erie ports-Lake Michigan.
- 1888, Sep Struck bottom, Detroit River; holed bottom; repaired, Detroit.
- 1900 Chartered to Canada, Atlantic Transit Co., ran Depot Harbor, Georgian Bay to Milwaukee and Chicago.
- 1905 Operated by Lake Transit Co., Buffalo; ran Lake Erie-Lake Michigan ports.
- 1911 Operated by Buffalo Tansit Co., same route.
- 1913 Owned Sidney C. McLouth's River Transit Company, Marine City, MI; carried bagged cement for Huron Cement Co. from plants around Great Lakes.
- 1924 Chartered to Minnesota, Atlantic Transit Co., Duluth, MN; ran Duluth-Buffalo.
- 1927 Owned Minnesota Atlantic Transit Co.; renamed TEN, part of "Poker Fleet".
- 1934 Renamed NINE.
- 1941 Owned Steel Company of Canada; was to be scrapped but, purchased by Powell Transports, Ltd, Winnepeg, MAN; renamed STARBUCK, official C173515; ran grain trade Lake Superior-Georgian Bay.
- 1956 Laid up, Fort William, ONT.
- 1958 Owned Knudsen Shipbuilding Co., Duluth, scrapped.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Newspaper Clippings
- John N. Bascom
- Great Lakes Register
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
- Donald V. Baut
- American Bureau of Shipping
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- 2008-02-25 05:28:24