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History and Notes
- 1876 Chartered Torono Navigation Co.; ran general excursion trade off Toronto, ONT.
- 1877 - 78 Extensive repairs, Picton, ONT.
- 1878 Chartered Imperial Navigation Company; continued excursion trade.
- 1878 Went over Mill Dam due to broken rudder, 8 lost.
- 1881 Owned Smith.
- 1882 Owned Hepburn, Picton.
- 1883 Operated in Niagara area; new boiler & engine.
- 1886 Rebuilt.
- 1891 Rebuilt.
- 1899 Rebuilt & lengthened at Picton; 185.16 x 26 x 9.75'; 700.29 gross / 373.87 net tons; 3 decks, 1 mast; renamed ARGYLE, C94926.
- 1907 Owned F.T. Hutchinson's Argyle Steamship Co. Ltd., Toronto;
- possibly repossessed by Hepburn later.
- 1908 Owned Lake Ontario Navigation Co., Picton.
- 1911, Feb.13 Owned Grimsby Beach & South Shore Navigation Co., Toronto.
- 1913 Operated as GRIMSBY unofficially between Toronto & Port Dalhousie, ONT; owned Margret Cook, Windsor, ONT.
- 1914 Renamed FRONTIER.
- 1915 Owned Peoples Steamboat Co., Chathem, ONT; operated between Chathem & Detroit, MI; owned Frontier Steamship Co.
- 1916 Sunk under Chathem bridge.
- 1918 Abandoned Windmill Point boneyard.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Scanner, Toronto Marine Historical Society
- Newspaper Clippings
- John O. Greenwood
- Great Lakes Register
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
- Donald V. Baut
- David Swayze Shipwreck Database
- Canal Park Marine Museum, Duluth
- Canadian Sessional
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- Date Added/Updated
- 2008-02-21 10:01:07