- Sail Number Masts
- 25' 8"
- 11' 9.5"
- Tonnage Old Style
History and Notes
- 1852, Nov 4 Enrolled Cleveland, OH; ran Dunkirk - Cleveland, Sandusky & Toledo, OH.
- 1852, Nov 15 Bound Chicago, IL, threw overboard deck load, Lake Huron.
- 1852, Nov 21 First arrival Detroit, MI - Buffalo, NY with 3,000 barrels flour, 700 hogs.
- 1853, Apr 13 Ashore one mile above Huron with beef & flour.
- 1853, Jul 25 Owned Alonzo Sprague, Cleveland, OH; Dunkirk, Cleveland, Sandusky & Toledo Line.
- 1854, Apr 18 Ashore near Thunder Bay, Lake Huron.
- 1854, May 26 Owned Nelson W. Napler et al, Chicago, IL; 400 tons.
- 1854, Sep 21 Safe, False Presque Isle following storm.
- 1854, Nov Repaired.
- 1855, Mar 9 Owned Albert Neely, George R. Eckley et al, Chicago, IL.
- 1855, May 15 Owned American Transportation Co., Buffalo, NY; Rufus Palmer, President.
- 1856 Ran Milwaukee, WI - Sheboygan, WI.
- 1857, Nov Lost rudder off Port Stanley, ONT, Lake Erie.
- 1858, Sep Ran Detroit River.
- 1859 Repaired.
- 1860, May Sunk, collision with scow schooner near China, MI, St. Clair River.
- 1860, Jul 6 Owned Henry Martin, William Williams & Andrew Rich, Buffalo, NY.
- 1860, Jul 7 Owned John W. Sargent, Cleveland, OH; ran Cleveland - Saginaw, MI.
- 1860, Nov Ashore & wrecked near Bailey's Harbor near Milwaukee, WI with wheat & flour in 8' water.
- 1861, Apr Recovered.
- 1861, Aug 18 Owned Dean Richmond, Batavia, NY.
- 1862, May 29 Owned Thomas D. Dole et al.
- 1862, Sep Sprang leak & stranded near Euclid, OH.
- 1862, Oct 8 Owned Thomas Coatsworth, Buffalo, NY.
- 1863 Major repairs at Buffalo shipyards by Walsh.
- 1863, May Ashore Malden, ONT; released following day.
- 1864 On Evans' Buffalo, Milwaukee & Chicago Propeller Line.
- 1865, Sep 4 Readmeasured 161 x 25.4 x 9.9; 540.33 gross tons.
- 1867, Nov 17 Caught in gale, Lake Erie; 350 barrells cargo jettisoned; sheltered Port Dover, ONT.
- 1868, May 5 Owned S. W. Morgan, Manitowoc, WI & John Gordon, Detroit, MI.
- 1868, Dec Sunk 2 miles off Pt. Pelee, Lake Erie, in 16 feet water.
- 1869, Jul Raised.
- 1869, Dec Cut by ice & sunk Pigeon Bay near Leamington; owned C. Chamberlain, Detroit & AuSable, MI.
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Newspaper Clippings
- Lytle List
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- Inland Seas, Great Lakes Historical Society
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Donald V. Baut
- David Swayze Shipwreck Database
- C.E. Fe
- Unique ID
- Scanned Image Height (pixels)
- Scanned Image Width (pixels)
- Image Sequence Number
- Date Added/Updated
- 2008-02-21 11:31:34