1881, May 14 Enrolled Buffalo, NY; A.W. Colton, manager Wabash Line.
1881, May 20 Owned Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railroad; enrolled Toledo, OH.
1822, Nov 24 Largest vessel to pass through the Sturgeon Bay Canal.
1890, Jan 20 Enrolled Detroit, MI; owned A.W. Colton, president of The Lake Erie Transportation Co., Monroe, MI.
1906 Rebuilt as a package frieghter, 218' X 32' X 12.8', 591 gross/ 451 net tons.
1906, Apr 13 Enrolled Detroit, MI; owned M.W. Humphrey, Detroit.
1906, Jul 28 Enrolled Rochester, NY; owned Frank L. Upton, Charlotte, NY.
1907, May 2 Collided with & sank the BYRON WHITAER between Bois Blank Island & Amherstburg, ONT in the Detroit River.
1907-08 Renamed FELIX CARBRAY.
1908, Jan 15 Enrolled Detroit; owned A.W. Ferguson, Detroit.
1908, Jan 31 Owned Detroit Transportation Co., Detroit.
1909, May 11 Owned Fremont B. Chesbrough, Emerson, MI, Chippewa County.
1910, Oct 24 Enrolled Ogdensburg, NY.
1910, Dec 15 Enrolled New York, NY.
1912 To the coast.
1912, Feb 1 Owned Atlantic Equipment Co.
1916 Renamed CRESSCENT.
1916, Feb 5 Owned Arthur L. Crowley, Boston, MA.
1916, Feb 5 Owned Spanish-American Iron Co.
1916, Feb 27 Foundered off Cape Hatteras, NC.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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