- Tonnage Gross
- Tonnage Net
- 3,000 tons
History and Notes
- 1886, Sep 5 Launched, designed by George B. Mallory.
- 1886, Nov 17 Inspected; first lake steamer with 3 cylinders.
- 1887, Apr 30 Holed by ice off Cheboygan, MI; repaired Buffalo, NY.
- 1887, Oct Aground near Milwaukee; released by tugs WELCOME, HAGGERMAN, STARKE and propellers CLARION and CONESTOGA.
- 1887, Oct Hard aground Grosse Pointe, Lake St. Clair.
- 1894 302.5 x 40 x 16', 2,781 gross/2,347 net tons.
- 1916, Feb 22 Owned Great Lakes Transit Corp.
- 1916, Nov 19 Sold to Coast, cut in two by American Ship Building Co. Buffalo, NY; reassembled and lengthened, Davie Ship Building Co., Lauzon, QUE.
- 1918 310.1 x 40 x 22.7', 2,971 gross/2,098 net tons; rebuilt New York City.
- 1923 Sold British; renamed PAPYRUS.
- 1924 Sold Dutch; renamed DECOSTA.
- 1925 Sold Canadian; renamed PAPYRUS; C157554; 311.5 x 40.4 x 22.9', 3,051 gross tons.
- 1926 Owned Haitian.
- 1927 Scrapped Italy.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
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- 2008-02-25 08:35:33
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