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History and Notes
- Built to carry cars from Conneaut, OH to Port Dover, ONT.
- 1895, Nov 30 First enrolled Toledo, OH.
- 1898, Oct 20 Collided with dock & elevator of American Malting Co. at Milwaukee, WI, Lake Michigan.
- 1898, Dec 9 Owned Detroit, Grand Rapids & Western Rail Road Co., Muskegon, MI; renamed MUSKEGON.
- 1900 Ran into ice & rudder broke in gale.
- 1901, Oct 1 Owned Pere Marquette Rail Road Co., Muskegon.
- 1901, Oct 9 Renamed PERE MARQUETTE 16.
- 1901, Dec 21 Sunk Ludington, MI, Lake Michigan; raised.
- 1904, Jan 9 Owned Pere Marquette Steamship Co., Manitowoc, WI.
- 1906, Apr 19 Owned Pere Marquette Railroad Co., Ludington, MI.
- 1917, Apr 28 Owned Peter Edwards, Sault Ste. Marie, MI.
- 1918, Feb 27 Owned Hammermill Paper Co., Erie, PA.
- 1918, Mar 21 Cut down to bulk freighter for pulpwood trade; Renamed HARRIET B.
- 1921, Jan 18 Reduced to barge; 1 deck, 3 masts, plain head, square stern; 2,340 gross/ 2,072 net tons.
- 1922, May 3 Sunk off Two Harbors, MN in collision with steamer QUINCY A SHAW.
- 1922, May 11 Documents surrendered, Erie, PA.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Telescope, Great Lakes Maritime Institute
- Newspaper Clippings
- Milwaukee Public Library
- Inland Lloyds Marine Directory
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Great Lakes Register
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Dossin Great L
- Unique ID
- Louis Pesha
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- 2008-02-25 06:23:27