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History and Notes
- 1881, May 14 Enrolled Buffalo, NY; A.W. Colton, manager Wabash Line.
- 1881, May 20 Owned Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railroad; enrolled Toledo, OH.
- 1822, Nov 24 Largest vessel to pass through the Sturgeon Bay Canal.
- 1890, Jan 20 Enrolled Detroit, MI; owned A.W. Colton, president of The Lake Erie Transportation Co., Monroe, MI.
- 1906 Rebuilt as a package frieghter, 218' X 32' X 12.8', 591 gross/ 451 net tons.
- 1906, Apr 13 Enrolled Detroit, MI; owned M.W. Humphrey, Detroit.
- 1906, Jul 28 Enrolled Rochester, NY; owned Frank L. Upton, Charlotte, NY.
- 1907, May 2 Collided with & sank the BYRON WHITAER between Bois Blank Island & Amherstburg, ONT in the Detroit River.
- 1907-08 Renamed FELIX CARBRAY.
- 1908, Jan 15 Enrolled Detroit; owned A.W. Ferguson, Detroit.
- 1908, Jan 31 Owned Detroit Transportation Co., Detroit.
- 1909, May 11 Owned Fremont B. Chesbrough, Emerson, MI, Chippewa County.
- 1910, Oct 24 Enrolled Ogdensburg, NY.
- 1910, Dec 15 Enrolled New York, NY.
- 1912 To the coast.
- 1912, Feb 1 Owned Atlantic Equipment Co.
- 1916 Renamed CRESSCENT.
- 1916, Feb 5 Owned Arthur L. Crowley, Boston, MA.
- 1916, Feb 5 Owned Spanish-American Iron Co.
- 1916, Feb 27 Foundered off Cape Hatteras, NC.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Newspaper Clippings
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
- Donald V. Baut
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- 2008-02-21 12:56:02