1822, May 13 First enrolled, New York
1822-1827 Ran Detroit, Michigan to Buffalo
1822, August 14 Disabled near Cleveland, Ohio, Lake Erie; repaired at
1823, September 27 Damaged in gale, no detail
1824, April 28 Owned Asa H. Center, et.al., Buffalo Creek, New York
1826 Reported rebuilt
1827, April 20 Owned Jahaziel Sherman, Buffalo
1827, November 6 Aground Sandusky Bay, Ohio, Lake Erie; released
1828, Fall Laid up at Buffalo Creek
Winter of 1829-1830 Rebuilt with new boilers by Beals, Mayhew &
Company, Buffalo; returned to Detroit & Buffalo
1831, June 5 Damaged in storm at Black River, Ohio, Lake Erie
1831, January 9 Owned William T. Pease, et.al., Buffalo
1832 Chartered by U.S. War Department during Black Hawk War
1833 Engine removed & put into WATERLOO
1834, April 9 Owned Jacob A. Barker, et.al., New York
1837, October 31 Rebuilt as full-rigged ship, Havre, Michigan; William
McHollister (?), master carpenter; 1 deck, 3 masts,
128 x 29 x 10.67; 358.93 old tons; owned Harry
1840, May 27 Owned Gibson T. Williams, et.al., Buffalo
1841, April 19 Owned Samuel W. Hawes, Buffalo, et.al.
1841, October 11 Owned Phillip Allen, Buffalo
1843, June 24 Owned George A. Moore (Morre?), Buffalo
1843, October 22 Ashore & wrecked, Michigan City, Indiana, Lake
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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