Built for lumber trade, Montague & Grand Haven to Chicago; also had passenger accomodations
1876, May 12 Enrolled Grand Haven
1882, October 1 Damaged in collision with barges towed by steamer
BUSCOBEL on Lake Michigan
1883 Rebuilt, 246 gross tons & 183 net tons
1888, May 8 Owned Kelley Island Lime & Transportation Company,
1889, May 16 Carrying time, burned at Algonac, Michigan; declared
1890, April 12 Owned Alex Anderson, et.al., Marine City, Michigan;
rebuilt at Anderson Shipyard, 2 masts, one deck,
137.9 x 27 x 11 feet, 369 gross tons, 260 net tons
1891, April 27 Owned Hubbard, Blood, et.al., Marine City; towed barges
ALBANY, JANE RALSTON & CHAS.SPADEMAN
1894 Towed ALICE RICHARDS, JANE RALSTON & GRACE WHITNEY
1900, April 18 Owned J.C. Miller, Marine City
1902, February 1 Owned Leonard Wilton, et.al., Detroit (Grace Harbor
1905, December 9 Damaged by fire at Grace Harbor Lumber Company in
1908, September 22 Owned Wells & Eber, Tonawanda, New York
1909, June 28 Burned at Parry Sound, Ontario
1909, June 30 Documents surrendered at Buffalo, New York
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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