1898, May Launched; ran Marquette, Michigan to Ohio ports
1915 Reconstructed Great Lakes Engineering works, Ashtabula, Ohio;
3486 net tons
1922 Two forced draft scotch boilers 13'9" x 11', 225 pounds steam, by
Toledo Shipbuilding Company
1950 Owned Cleveland Cliffs Transportation Company, Cleveland
1955 Owned Huron Transportation Company, Detroit, renamed E.M.FORD
1956, April 19 Collided with A.M.BYERS on Saint Clair River near
Algonac, bow damaged
1956, June Rebuit by Christy Corporation, Sturgeon Bay as self-
unloading cement boat, 406 x 50 x 24.7', 4498 gross/3395
net tons; new pilothouse
1965 Owned Huron Portland Cement Company, division of National Gypsum
1977, January 17 Damaged by fire at Milwaukee
1979, December 24 Sunk at Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1980, January 20 Raised & repaired at Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
1988 Owned Inland Lakes Transportation Company, Alpena, Michigan
1999 Retired, used as cement-storage hulk at Saginaw, Michigan
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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