- Original Owner
- Minnesota Steamship Co.
- Ownership Notes
- Managed by Pickards, Mather and Co.
- Tonnage Gross
- Tonnage Net
History and Notes
- 1899, Aug 12 Launched; laid down as TENNESSEE; sold before completion, named for Hawaiian mountian; one of largest quadruple expansion engines installed on lakes vessel; enrolled Duluth, MN.
- 1901 Merged into Pittsburg Steam Ship Co.; part of U.S. Steel.
- 1902, Oct 13 Lost tow of BARGAE 129 in heavy seas near Vermillion Pt., Lake Superior, sunk her in collision.
- 1903, May 18 Sunk tug EDWARD GILLEN in collision near Duluth-Superior harbor.
- 1922 Rebuilt Pittsburg Steam Ship Co., 430 X 50 X 28.5', 4322 gross / 3239 net tons.
- 1926 Rebiolered 2 Babcock and Wilcox Watertube boilers @ 200# steam, same size.
- 1945, Jun 9 Owned Upper Lakes and St. Lawrence Transportation Co. Ltd., Toronto, ONT; C174977; renamed MAUNALOA II; 438 X 50.2 X 24', 4678 gross / 2949 net tons; towed barge JOHN FRITZ in grain trade Toronto - Goderich - Pt. Colborne.
- 1960 Owned Upper Lakes Shipping, Ltd., Toronto.
- 1971, Jun 11 Last cargo Thunder Bay to Toronto.
- 1971, Jun 18 Sold for scrap Strathearn Terminals, Hamilton, ONT.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Scanner, Toronto Marine Historical Society
- Newspaper Clippings
- Inland Lloyds’ Marine Directory
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
- Donald V. Baut
- Canadian List of Shipping
- American Bureau of Shipping
- Unique ID
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- Date Added/Updated
- 2008-02-22 21:47:14