1884 Launched Wyandotte, MI; enrolled Cleveland, OH; sister of ALBANY, COST $200,000; ran package freight trade Buffalo, Milwaukee & Chicago.
1894 Reboilered Cleveland, OH, one 16 x 13' @ 135# steam, scotch boiler by Globe Iron Works, Cleveland.
1912, Mar Owned Port Huron & Duluth Transportation Co.; ran Port Huron to Duluth; converted to passenger & package freight at Port Huron; renamed LAKEWOOD.
1915 Reconverted to package freight at Toledo for coal & sand trade; one 16 x 13' oil fired scotch boiler by Marine Boiler Works (1915).
1917, Apr 7 Owned Northwestern Transportation Co., Port Huron, MI.
1919, Apr 29 Owned Frank J. Peterson & George A. Collinge, Cleveland; shortened at Wyandotte to bulk freighter, 246 x 38.5 x 16', 1,351 gross tons.
1925 Converted to sand sucker at Buffalo; 20" centrifugal pump largest of it's kind on a lake vessel.
1930 Owned Buffalo Gravel Corportation, Buffalo, NY.
1938 Made self unloader.
1947 Renamed K.V. SCHWARTZ; owned Schwartz Sand & Gravel.
1953 Renamed ALGONAC; owned Construction Materials Corp, Detroit, MI.
1962 Owned Seaway Cartage Co.; reduced to barge; engines removed; towed by tug GOTHAM, Detroit.
1965, Dec 29 Owned Michael Toth, Toledo, OH.
1973 Hull cut down, lying at Toledo, to be filled with stone, sunk & used as breakwater, Erie Beach Rd, Lakeside.
1974 Owned Walter Kolbe, Port Clinton, OH.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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