1873, May 22 Launched; designed by Simon Langell, St. Clair, MI.
1873, Jun 2 Enrolled Port Huron.
1873, Oct 29 In tow of JESSE H. FARWELL, sank near Detour.
1874, Feb Rebuilt 2 decks, 4 masts, 1,224 gross/1,180 net tons; towed by BIRCHEAD and V. H. KETCHUM.
1878, Nov 1 Stranded near Ludington, MI, Lake Michigan; bound Chicago-Buffalo with 65,000 bushel grain with consort, KETCHUM; released by LEVIATHAN.
1879 Rebuilt; owned L. Ellsworth, Milwaukee, WI.
1883 Towed by FARWELL.
1883, Oct 28 Ashor Detour light; owned Thomas Adams and Jesse H. Farwell, Detroit, MI.
1883, Nov Released; towed to Port Huron.
1887 In Ashland ore trade; towed by HARRY E. PACKER.
1898, Sep Leaking badly, Marquette, MI; bound for Toledo, OH.
1899 Towed by THOM ADAMS.
1899, Apr 1 Owned Tonawanda Iron and Steel Company.
1918 Sunk Atlantic Ocean.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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