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History and Notes
- 1873 Keel laid but work stopped due to financial panic.
- 1874, Aug Launched; home port Rochester, NY..
- 1875 Rochester, NY.
- 1882, Apr First arrival of season at Duluth, MN with 9,000 barrels lime & cement.
- 1885 Owned J.W. Moore et al, Cleveland, OH.
- 1886, Sep Aground at Soo Canal, ran into by schooner B.F. BRUCE, damaging her stack & upper works of after cabin.
- 1887, Nov 17 Aground Grosse Point, Lake St. Clair.
- 1889, Nov Aground at Two Harbors, MN; released & loaded last cargo of ore for season.
- 1893, Jun Aground in Mud Lake, St. Mary's river.
- 1893, Aug 17 Beached at Iroquois Point, Lake Superior, to prevent sinking.
- 1893, Aug 24 Released by tug FAVORITE, taken to Soo.
- 1895, May 3 Ashore at Morgan Point, Lake Erie; caught fire & burned.
- 1895, Nov 30 Owned William Strong, to be rebuilt at Tonawanda, NY.
- 1899, May 10 Enrolled at Buffalo, NY; renamed ELIZA H. STRONG, US136733; readmeasured, new fore & aft engine by King Iron Works, Buffalo, center mast removed, 781 gross / 614 net tons.
- 1901, Aug 29 Sprung a leak & abandoned off Munising, Lake Superior; towed to port by steamer MUELLER wnich claimed salvage; court returned vessel to owner, who had to pay $3,000 salvage claim.
- 1904, Oct 26 Burned, Lake Huron.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Telescope, Great Lakes Maritime Institute
- Peter J. VanderLinden
- Newspaper Clippings
- Marine Directory, R.L. Polk Co., Detroit
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Frederick Ston
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- 2008-02-21 10:41:18