1813 Built for US Navy as gunboat; took part in Battle of Lake Erie
later same year & subsequently used as hospital ship for wounded
1814, August 12 Anchored at head of Niagara River, along with the OHIO
& SOMERS, were attacked by six or eight English
vessels; she escaped
1816 Used in surveying Canadian boundry under command of Stephen
1819 Refitted & turned over to Revenue Cutter Service Service at
1821, August 2 Returned to navy, remained inactive
1825, August 8 Sold & used as cargo vessel
1830 Taken to Detroit & name changed to CAROLINE
1840s Retired & tied up on Spring Lake near Ferrysburg & Grand Haven;
eventually allowed to sink
1900 Remains may have been turned over to Field Museum or used for
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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