- Tonnage Old Style
- 210 85/95
History and Notes
- 1864, May 21 Enrolled Buffalo; one of most powerful tugs on Lakes; used by Navy Department on Atlantic, end of Civil War.
- 1865 Readmeasured 131.28 net tons; owned Evans & Kilmaster & Co., Tonawanda, NY.
- 1866, Jul 7 Owned John Demass & George C. Codd, Detroit, MI.
- 1871, May Aground Lake Michigan.
- 1872, Jun 10 Rebuilt Detroit; owned L.A. Smith, Port Hope, ONT; renamed S.S. EDSALL, C61153; 110 x 18.5 x 93', 150 gross / 94 net tons.
- 1875, Sep 4 Burned Fox Island.
- 1876, Oct Owned Andrew Wilson, Toronto, ONT; repaired.
- 1880, Nov 22 Owned James Murray, St. Catharines, ONT.
- 1884, May 17 Owned Canadian Minister of Marine & Fisheries, Dominion Government, Ottawa, ONT.
- 1885 Used to survey Georgian Bay & North Channel, Lake Huron.
- 1894 Renamed BAYFIELD.
- 1903, Mar 31 Owned E.J. Harrison, Owen Sound, ONT; renamed HARRISON.
- 1909, Mar 13 Renamed CHURCHILL.
- 1910 Owned Shipman, Sault Ste. Marie, ONT; sunk & abandoned, Bruce Mines, ONT.
- 1913 Broken up.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Richard J. Wright, Bowling Green State University
- Marine Review
- Marine Directory, R.L. Polk Co., Detroit
- Lytle List
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- Great Lakes Register
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroi
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- 2008-02-21 14:18:36
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