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History and Notes
- One of largest lumber steamers on lakes.
- 1881, Nov 18 Burned at L'Anse, MI, Lake Superior.
- 1882-83 Raised, taken to Algonac, MI; rebuilt by John J. Hill at Abram Smith Yard as a 3 mast schooner-barge; 186' X 32.5' X 12.4', 618.46 gross tons; towed by JAMES DAVIDSON.
- 1883 Owned Stewart, et al, Algonac.
- 1887, Apr 19 A 2 mast schooner.
- 1890, Apr 14 Owned John Kelly, Saginaw, MI.
- 1894 Owned Shores Lumber Co., Ashland, WI.
- 1898, Dec 13 Crushed by ice, Pelee Island, Lake Erie; towed to Cleveland.
- 1900 Owned Albert Soper Lumber Co., Chicago, IL.
- 1903 Owned J.A. Calbick & Co., Chicago.
- 1906 Owned Marine Transportation Co., Ogdensburg, NY.
- 1913 Owned Captain Henry Brock, Cleveland, OH.
- 1916 Owned R.R. McCormick, Chicago.
- 1916 Owned Ontario Transportation & Pulp Co.
- 1917, Aug 8 Stranded St. Lawrence River near Morrisburg, ONT.
- 1917-18 Rebuilt, Sorel QUE; 184' X 32.5' X 12.3', 646 gross tons.
- 1918, Mar 20 Sold to The Barge Twin Sisters Co., Quebec; renamed WOODLANDS, C138504.
- 1918 Owned Atlas Transportation Co., Montreal, QUE.
- 1928 Owned Sincennes-MacNaughton Lines, Montreal, QUE.
- 1929, May Registry closed, broken up.
- Peter J. VanderLinden
- Julius Wolff
- John O. Greenwood
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
- David Swayze Shipwreck Database
- C. Patrick Labadie
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- 2008-02-22 22:48:21