- Engine Number Propellers
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- Final Location
- Near New York highway 104; remains burned & covered.
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History and Notes
- 1889, Jun 10 Enrolled Grand Haven, MI, fruit shipping trade.
- 1891, Mar 6 Remodeled for passenger service, upper deck added; 277 gross / 199 net tons.
- 1891, Mar 19 Owned H. W. Williams, South Haven & Lora A. Wiley, Lansing, MI.
- 1892, Mar 28 Owned H. W. William Transportation Co., South Haven.
- 1893 Chartered by Morton & Graham, St. Joseph.
- 1898 New machinery 14 & 28 x 20 engine, Montague Iron Works; 17' x 12' firebox boiler, Johnston Bros.
- 1902, Apr 29 Owned Dunkley - Williams Co., Michigan City, IN.
- 1903, Jul 10 Burned at Chicago dry dock; rebuilt, 135 gross ton; enclosure removed from upper deck.
- 1907 Laid up, decline in fruit crop.
- 1908, May 9 Owned George T. Arnold, Mackinaw Island.
- 1908, Aug 24 Owned Duckley - Williams Co., Michigan City.
- 1909, May 5 Owned Oliver M. Norton, Chicago.
- 1909, Jun 1 Owned Chicago & South Haven Steam Ship Co.
- 1911, Jun 11 Refitted after 3 year layup; taken to Charlotte, NY, Lake Ontario.
- 1911, Jun 16 Grand Haven, owned Ontario Navigation Co., Irondequoit, NY.
- 1927, Nov 23 Abandoned.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Newspaper Clippings
- Milwaukee Public Library
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Great Lakes Register
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Emerson H. Knack
- Dossin Great Lakes Museum
- Donald V. Baut
- C.E. Feltner Enrollments Database
- C. Patrick Laba
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- 2008-02-21 13:30:39