1893, Jun 8 Launched.
1893, Jun 28 Enrolled Port Huron; towed N. BLOOM.
1894, Sep 5 Ashore Point Abino; copper laden.
1895, May 30 Bound Buffalo-Milwaukee, burned on Lake Erie; towed to Ashtabula, OH, sank.
1895, Jul Raised; rebuilt Port Huron by Jenks.
1897, Nov 25 Ran on beach Point Abbaye, Lake Superior, coal laden; released by COLTON, CROZE and VALERIE.
1898, Apr 10 Aground Mission Point with coal.
1898, Oct Chartered, Atlantic Transportation Co.; rebuilt, Jenks, 178 x 35 x 20.15, 2 decks, 2 masts; 1,162 gross/925 net tons.
1899, Mar 11 Owned F. C. Cates, New York, NY.
1899, Jun 12 Owned F. H. Danger, Port Huron, MI.
1899, Jun 29 Owned William H. Jenks, Port Huron, MI; 1,014 gross/777 net tons.
1900 Rebuilt Algonac, MI, 1 deck, 2 masts as steambarge, lumber trade; 889 gross/629 net tons.
1900, May 14 Owned A. O. Spence, E. Cleveland, OH.
1902 Towed CELTIC.
1903 Towed NASSAU and MASSASOLT.
1906 Towed barge MYSTIC.
1912, Apr 11 Owned White Transportation Co., Buffalo; James A. White, president, ran with barge SCOTIA.
1918, Feb 26 Owned John J. O'Hagan, Tonawanda, NY; Runnels Steamship Co., Buffalo.
1919, Nov 14 Stranded Lake Superior.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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