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History and Notes
- 1873 On Milwaukee - Manistee route.
- On Chicago, Milwaukee & Manistee route.
- 1876, Feb Struck bottom, broke wheel at Manistee harbor.
- 1876, Aug 17 Refastened, given arches at Manitowoc, WI.
- 1880 On Milwaukee, Grand Haven & Ludington route.
- 1882, Feb 10 Extensive repairs, especially decks.
- 1882, Apr 26 On Chicago, Green Bay & Escanaba route.
- 1882, December 4 Stuck in ice, Two River Point, Lake Michigan.
- 1883, Apr Released by the ARTIC & repaired, Manitowoc.
- 1883 Rebuilt, 165.4' x 29' x 10', 736 gross tons; 9' x 14' firebox
- boiler, Variety Ironworks, Cleveland, OH.
- 1884 On Milwaukee, Ludington, Manistee & Frankfort route.
- 1889 On Green Bay, Escanaba, Menominee & Manistique route.
- 1892, Mar 31 Owned S.B. Grummond, Detroit, MI; re-engined with HP
- engine from tug Wm. A. MOORE 36" x 40", built by Murphy Ironworks,
- Detroit, 1869; electric plant installed.
- 1892 Renamed STATE OF MICHIGAN, put on Detroit - Mackinaw Island route.
- 1893 Received new 22", 40" x 36" steeple compound engine.
- 1894, Apr 4 Ashore or stranded North Point, Thunder Bay.
- 1894, Apr 8 Reported at Kenosha Shoals 20 miles north of Alpena; released.
- 1896 On Detroit - Cleveland route.
- 1897 Laid up on Canadian shore of Detroit River.
- 1897, Oct 1 Overhauled, engines & boilers gone over, cabins repainted.
- 1900, Apr 16 Owned Chicago & Muskegon Transportation Co, Miles Barry; ran Chicago - Milwaukee.
- 1901, Oct 18 Sank, Lake Michigan.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- National Archives
- Marine Directory, R.L. Polk Co., Detroit
- Life Saving Service
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Great Lakes Register
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
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- 2008-02-21 08:47:32