1846-58 Eight enrollments Buffalo, NY.
1847, May 7 Ashore north of Chicago with wheat.
1847, Jun 1 In drydock, minor repairs.
1847, Sep 28 Ashore below East Pier, Buffalo, NY with wheat.
1847, Nov Rigging damaged in Lake Erie gale.
1851, Nov 28 Sunk while at anchor by steamer NIAGARA, Detroit River near Malden with 10,000 corn bushels.
1853 Raised by James Melross, Detroit. Rebuilt as schooner, 108 x 24 x 9.
1854 Struck bar with 10,500 bushels corn, towed to Tonawanda to check damage & reload.
1860 Owned G.G. Travis, Buffalo; 237 tons.
1863 Owned Zann, Conneaut, OH.
1864 Large repairs; owned Gabriel Hoyt, Bufflao.
1865 Vessel to Atlantic Ocean.
1866 Owned Henry Zahn, Sandusky, OH.
1885 Registered Winterport, Maine.
1886, Feb 15 Foundered.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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