- Sail Number Masts
- Tonnage Old Style
History and Notes
- 1845 Enrolled Oswego, NY; new vessel designed for Welland Canal trade; largest vessel on Lake Ontario.
- 1845, Nov 12 Ashore Port Dalhousie, ONT with wheat & flour.
- 1845, Dec Repaired, $1,500; damage at Niagara, NY.
- 1846-1848 Enrolled Oswego, NY.
- 1848, Apr 17 Driven on reef Racine, WI in gale & damaged.
- 1849 Enrolled Oswego District; 269.14 tons.
- 1850 Went ashore on rocks at the West Sister, towed into Put-in-Bay by U.S. Steamer MICHIGAN.
- 1853 Lost jibboom & jib, fore mast & gaff off Waukegon. Split fore sail, fore top gallant sail & main topsail.
- 1855 Enrolled Milwaukee.
- 1858 Enrolled Chicago.
- 1861 Enrolled Mikwaukee.
- 1862 Enrolled Chicago.
- 1864 Owned D. M. Eldred, Chicago.
- 1866 Described as 320 ton brigantine.
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Donald V. Baut
- Detroit & St. Clair River Towing Association, c.1867
- C.E. Feltner Enrollments Database
- Unique ID
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This image is now available from the Alpena County Public Library Great Lakes Maritime Collection site. This MLibrary collection will be retired on April 16, 2018.
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