1873, Jul 2 Launched Trenton, MI.
1873, Aug 9 Enrolled Detroit; ran Saginaw, MI-Ogdensburg, NY.
1875, May Holed by collision with steamer FRED KELLEY, Toledo, OH; raised and repaired.
1877, Nov Pulled off beach near Port Stanley.
1879, Apr 25 Owned Simon J. Murphy, Joseph Heald and Ernest Crippen, Montague, MI.
1880 Extensive repairs.
1882, Jul 25 Owned E. E. Crepin and Simon Murphy; 265.67 gross/203.42 net tons.
1884 20 x 26"hp engine, Riverside Iron Works, Detroit.
1886, May 20 Owned E. E. Crepin, Chicago and Andrew Flagsted, Montague, MI.
1886, Jun Damaged in Lake Michigan squall; sank Chicago, IL.
1887, Apr 4 Owned A. D. Campbell and H. W. Cook, Michigan City, IN.
1887, May Ran on Dunlap's reef; released by tug GEORGE NELSON.
1889, Apr 16 Owned Theo Lutz, St. Joseph, MI; Alex D. Campbell and Henry Cook, Michigan City, IN.
1890, May 29 Owned James Innes, Thomas Cowan and Penoyer Brothers, AuSable, MI.
1890, Sep 9 Owned Innes, Penoyer, AuSable, MI and E. K. Porter, Lorain, OH; lumber business Oscoda and Lake Erie.
1891, Feb 10 Owned Carlos Liebert, William Quinlan and James Lennac, Detroit, MI.
1896, Jul 18 Stranded on rocks off Point Lafayette while towing SURPRISE and CASCADE near Bois Blanc Island, Detroit River.
1900, Oct 5 Sank in collision with SIR WILLIAM SIEMENS in St. Clair River laden with cedar posts and shingles.
1900, Oct 18 Raised.
1901, May 9 Owned William E. Lennae, Detroit.
1901, Oct 19 Foundered Lake Erie.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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