1872 Enrolled as barge
1876, September 23 Altered to steambarge with 1 mast, 1 high-pressure,
non-condensing engine, 14 x 16", 260hp at 140rpm by
Pound Manufacturing Company, Lockport, New York
1880, July 22 Enrolled Buffalo, owned Chandler J. Wells
1881, May 3 Enrolled Port Huron, Michigan, owned Nelson & Barney
Mills, Marysville, Michigan; in lumber trade
1887, April 16 Rebuilt 112.2 x 23.7 x 7.6, 2 masts, 204.26 gross tons,
140.72 net tons; boiler possibly replaced to firebox
6' x 11' by Sutton & Wood of Buffalo
1899, December Loaded with coal, went ashore on Ballast Island, Lake
Erie, cargo saved & vessel salvaged
1901, June 22 Owned S.M. Burnham, Port Huron & Ella D. Smith, Algonac,
1905, May 25 Owned S.M. Burnham & Oliver Durand, Port Huron
November 14 Sprang leak & beached, broken up in storm
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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