1874, Mar 18 Ran for Merchant's Lake & River Steamship Line between Montreal & Chicago.
1875, Apr 3 Ran for Western Express Line Montreal - Chicago.
1878, Apr 15 Ran for Chicago & Collingwood Line.
1879, Owned S. L. St. John.
1880, Apr 18 Received new arches.
1880, Mar 17 Ran for Merchant's Line Montreal & Chicago.
1880, Jul 12 Collided with GEO. A. MARSH off Forestville, MI, Lake Huron.
1882, Owned Jex Bros., Toledo, OH.
1882, Sep 27 Raised & rebuilt as steambarge during winter.
1883, May 12 Enrolled as OTEGO (US155075); 139' x 26' x 13.7'; 334 / 228 tons.
1883, May 15 Maiden trip as OTEGO.
1883, May 24 Owned, Potter, Birdsall & Co., Cleveland, OH.
1887, Mar 8 Owned, John H. Jacobs et al, Marquette, MI.
1887, May - Aug Engaged coal, wheat, stone carring trade between Marquette, Buffalo, Milwaukee, Detroit, Cleveland & other lower Lake ports.
1889, Oct 6 Mate M. Fisher, wheelsman T. Rowland killed during storm; steamer damaged.
1889, Oct 12 Repaired, Port Huron.
1893, Mar 21 Owned Smith Fee Co., Duluth, MN.
1893, May 3 Carring coal, Soo - Duluth.
1894, Oct 8 Struck by passenger steamer CITY OF TRAVERSE at 10:00 a.m. in Sixth Av. slip, Duluth.
1894, Oct 30 Libel suit from Crawford Steam Engine works.
1895, Apr 29 Sunk at 5 Ave. W., Duluth; raised by tug EFFIE, L.
1895, Jul 11 Owned Joseph Doville, Cleveland, OH.
1895, Oct 17 Burned.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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