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- 300,000' lumber
History and Notes
- 1882, Apr 18 Launched; built for Muskegon, MI - Michigan City, IN, Lake Michigan lumber trade.
- 1882, Sep 8 Burned Off South Haven, MI, Lake Michigan; rebuilt at Saugatuck, MI.
- 1883, Apr 28 Rerigged with additional mast.
- 1884, Nov 21 Ashore, St. Joseph, MI, Lake Michigan.
- 1887 - 88, Winter To receive new boiler.
- 1888, Mar 3 Owned Theodore Lutz, St. Joseph, MI, et al.
- 1890, Aug 5 Owned George G. Oliver, Michigan City, IN, et al.
- 1890, Sep 19 Grounded Sturgeon Bay, Lake Michigan; repaired.
- 1892 Reboilered; 8' x 12' firebox boiler, 125# steam by Johnson Brothers, Ferrysburg, MI.
- 1896 Engine rebuilt, Michigan City.
- 1902, Feb 11 Owned Marine Navagation Co., Michigan City.
- 1904, Apr 18 Rebuilt, 129.9 x 27.7 x 9.5', 251.48 gross / 154.14 net tons.
- 1904, Aug 12 Collided with & sunk by propellers C.A. BLACK & LILLIE, St. Clair Flats Ship Canal; raised & repaired.
- 1910, Feb 18 Owned John M. Campbell, Michigan City.
- 1910, Nov 21 Owned Douglass Transportation Co., St. Clair, MI.
- 1922, Apr 28 Abandoned.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Newspaper Clippings
- Marine Directory, R.L. Polk Co., Detroit
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Great Lakes Register
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy||
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