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History and Notes
- 1896, May Launched Cleveland.
- 1896, Jun 30 Temporary enrollment Cleveland.
- 1896, Sep 8 Permanent enrollment Duluth.
- 1898, Jul Towed barges NASMYTH & WHITWORTH.
- 1905, Jun Collided with SYLVANIA off Whitefish Point, Lake Superior; sustained 80' hole in side.
- 1906 New boilers, 2 induced draft scotch boilers, 14'6" x 11'6", 180# steam, Detroit Shipbuilding Co.
- 1921 Reconstructed, 1 deck, arch construction, 4 compartments, hatches 24' centers, 3,850 gross tons / 2,705 net tons.
- 1930 Owned Paisley SS Co., operated Valley Camp SS Co.
- 1931 Owned Lakewood SS Co., operated Valley Camp SS Co.
- Pre 1935 Acquired Columbia Trans. Co.
- 1943 Renamed WOLVERINE.
- 1954 Owned Merrit, Chapman & Scott; made into barge.
- 1956 Broke in half while being used to store sand during Mackinac Bridge construction, sunk St. Ignace.
- 1956 Sold to Roen SS Co. and raised same year.
- 1965 Traded to U.S. Maritime Commission; idle Sturgeon Bay, WI.
- 1972-73 Scrapped.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Newspaper Clippings
- Miracle Bridge at Mackinac
- John O. Greenwood
- Great Lakes Register
- Dossin Great Lakes Museum
- Donald V. Baut
- American Bureau of Shipping
- Ahoy & Farewell
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- 2008-02-20 15:03:18
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