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History and Notes
- 1884, Sep 17 Enrolled Buffalo, NY.
- 1884, Oct 3 Arrived Milwaukee maiden trip with 3,150 tons of salt, largest cargo ever carried by Great Lakes vessel.
- 1885, Apr 8 Contracted with Northwestern Fuel Co. to carry 75,000 tons coal from Buffalo, Erie & Ashtabula-Lake Superior ports.
- 1886, Sep 30 Owned N.P. Huntington & J.C. Corrigan, Cleveland, OH.
- 1887, Apr Beached Machinaw, avoiding ice floe.
- 1888, Mar Received one No.117 William steam steerer at $1,600.
- 1889, Apr 26 Stranded Gull Rock, Michigan Island, Lake Superior; freed by tug RECORD, badly damaged.
- 1889, May 8 Towed by tug MOCKING BIRD to Cleveland, damages $11,000; back in business 3 weeks later.
- 1891, Mar 23 Replaced 3 spars Toledo, OH.
- 1892, Feb 18 Enrolled Cleveland, change residence of managing owner to Wickliffe, OH.
- 1892, Nov 15 Steering gear gave out near Duluth.
- 1893, Aug 1 Owned Corrigan Transit Co., Wickliffe, OH.
- 1896, Oct 17 Burned & sank Whitefish Point; with coal from Lake Erie-Milwaukee, WI; crews rescued.
- Steamboat Bill, Steamship Historical Society of America
- International Ship Masters Association
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Dossin Great Lakes Museum
- David Swayze Shipwreck Database
- C. Patrick Labadie
- Board of Lake Underwriters Marine Directory
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- 2008-02-20 13:57:16
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