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History and Notes
- Named for Fred Cumberland, manager Northern Railway.
- 1871, Aug 9 Launched Port Robinson, ONT.
- 1871, Oct First trip, Collingwood & Port Arthur, ONT.
- 1871, Dec Stranded in fog 7 miles W. of Clapperton Island; released by tug MANITOBA.
- 1872, Apr Extensive improvements.
- 1872, Nov Frozen in ice for winter, Bear Lake; arrived Collingwood May 6, 1873.
- 1873 Owned Perry & Co., Toronto, ONT.
- 1873, Jul 3 Stranded Horse Shoe Harbor below Brooke, ONT, Owen Sound Bay; heavy fog.
- 1874, Oct 8 Stranded at Neppognon River.
- 1874, Oct or Nov Storm, jettisoned cargo in Lake Superior; foundered Prince Arthur's Landing(Thunder Bay); raised subsequently.
- 1875 Overhauled, Detroit, MI.
- 1875, Oct 25 Stranded Thunder Cape(Bay) 3 miles from Silver Islet in snowstorm & gale; released by tugs.
- 1877, Jul 26 Wrecked.
- 1877, Aug 24 Registry closed.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Thom Holden
- Scanner, Toronto Marine Historical Society
- Newspaper Clippings
- Lake Superior Marine Museum Association
- Julius Wolff
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroi
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- 2008-02-20 22:00:14
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This image is now available from the Alpena County Public Library Great Lakes Maritime Collection site. This MLibrary collection will be retired on April 16, 2018.
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