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History and Notes
- 1903 Ran Chicago - South Haven Line carrying passengers & fruits.
- 1906, Sep 26 Capt A. Leighton lost overboard between Chicago & South Haven.
- 1909, Jun 1 Owned Chicago & South Haven Steamship Co., Manistee.
- 1915 - 1916 Overhauled at Manistee Iron Works; new boilers (6 - 14 1/2 x 11 1/2' scotch boilers).
- 1918, May Owned U. S. Government.
- 1918, Jun 30 Commandeered by Navy, taken to Kraft shipyard, Southern Chicago & rebuilt.
- 1918, Dec 13 Arrived Boston, never used.
- 1919, Oct 23 Striken from Navy list.
- 1919, Dec 30 Owned Fred G. Crosby, Miami, FL.
- 1920, Jan 15 Rebuilt at Fall River, MA; renamed CITY OF MIAMI.
- 1920, Feb 6 Owned Havana - American Steamship Co.
- 1923, May 16 Arrived back at Milwaukee.
- 1923, May 19 Renamed E. G. CROSBY; ran Milwaukee, Grand Haven & Muskegon Line.
- 1925, May 11 Owned Detroit Grand Haven & Milwaukee Railway Co.
- 1925, Dec 19 Tampa, FL; running to Havana.
- 1926, Aug 19 Back to Milwaukee; laid up at Jones Island.
- 1930 Towed to Sturgeon Bay, WI.
- 1935, Dec 5 Burned.
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- Beesons Marine Directory
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- 2008-02-20 20:08:53
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