- Tonnage Gross
- Tonnage Net
- Final Location
- 15 to 30 miles off Thunder Bay Island,
- Lake Huron.
- Final Date Month
- Final Date Day
- Final Date Year
- Final How
- Foundered in storm; "lost by fire".
- Final Notes
- Bound Detroit, MI to Owen Sound, ONT; crew rescued by propeller MATAAFA & barge ALEXANDER HOLLEY.
- 1911, Mar 31 Documents surrendered.
History and Notes
- First large propeller built with iron straps instead of wood arches; longest vessel on lakes at time of build.
- 1881, May Grounded St. Clair Flats.
- 1883, Oct 4 New rudder.
- 1886, Nov Ashore Hammond's Bay.
- 1891, Oct Collided with & sank propeller CONEMAUEH, Detroit River.
- 1897, Aug 20 For sale.
- 1906, Apr 19 Owned Charles O. Duncan et al, Port Huron.
- 1907, Apr 3 Owned Phoenix Steamboat Co., Duluth, MN.
- 1907, Apr 28 Ran into Port Huron dock.
- 1908, Jan 13 Burned Algonac, MI.
- 1908, Aug 25 Owned New York Steamship Co., Detroit.
- 1908, Jul 3 Rebuilt as bulk freighter; 1,345 gross / 1,274 net tons; 2,200 gross ton capacity; owned A. W. Ferguson, Detroit.
- 1910, Oct 1 Lost.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Newspaper Clippings
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- Inland Seas, Great Lakes Historical Society
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Great Lakes Register
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Edward J. Dowling
- Unique ID
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- Date Added/Updated
- 2008-02-23 01:36:52
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