- Original Owner
- Minnesota Steam Ship Co.
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- Tonnage Net
History and Notes
- 1897, Aug 5 Collided with & sank tug RIVER QUEEN at Detour, MI.
- 1900, Oct 27 Collision with steam WILBER, E.P. Lake St. Clair; serious damage to bow.
- 1901 Owned Pittsburg Steam Ship Co.
- 1924 Reconstructed by Pittsburg Steam Ship Co; given new tank tops; 352' x 44'1" x 26'1"; 2815 gross tons.
- 1936 Owned Marine Shipbuilding Co.-Pidgeon River Lumber Co.
- 1937, Sep Renamed FLORENCE.
- 1938 Owned Geistman Transportation Co.
- 1938, Apr Renamed MAUREEN H; owned Lakehead Transportation Co., Fort William, ONT.
- 1938 Renamed FLORENCE J; C170554.
- 1949 Renamed OWENDOC; owned Great Lakes Lumber & Shipping Co., Ltd.
- 1949 Owned N.M. Paterson.
- 1960 owned N.M. Paterson & Sons Ltd., Fort William.
- 1962 Renamed BAND, C.S.
- 1960-73 Used as grain storage facility Goderich, ONT.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Dossin Great Lakes Museum
- American Bureau of Shipping
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- 2008-02-22 22:01:31