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History and Notes
- 1893, Jul Cargo 3,010 gross tons ore; largest load ever taken out of Lake Superior.
- 1893, Aug From Buffalo, NY, 3,400 tons coal; largest coal cargo brought to head of Lakes.
- 1893, Sep 16 3100 tons ore from head of Lakes.
- 1894, May 9 Collision with whaleback A.D. THOMSON at foot of Little Lake George, St. Mary's River; temporary repairs made Sault Ste. Marie, MI.
- 1894, Oct 30 Wheel chain broke, Lake Huron; towed by steamer CALEDONIA to Detour, MI for repairs.
- 1895, Oct 29 Ashore Bois Blanc Island, MI, Detroit River.
- 1896, Jul 5 Grounded Mud Island due to wheel chain parting.
- 1898, Nov Struck reef off Duck Island, Lake Huron.
- 1905 Rebuilt; 432' x 45' x 25'; 3931 gross / 2901 net tons; water-ballast system; 1 deck with hold-beams; hatches on 24' centers; engine rebuilt 19", 31", 52" x 44", 1100hp, 85rpm; 2 scotch boilers from Willamette Iron & Steel Works, Portland, OR(1918); 15'6" x 11'; 185#.
- 1906, Nov Aground Southeast Shoal, near Amherstburg, ONT.
- 1930 Owned Valley Camp Steamship Co., Cleveland, OH.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Newspaper Clippings
- Great Lakes Register
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
- Donald V. Baut
- American Bureau of Shipping
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- 2008-02-20 22:17:30