1856 May 19 Enrolled Detroit, MI, ran Detroit to Grosse Ile & as a
night ferry to Sandwich (Windsor) Ontario.
1859 March Collision with tug FIELD on Detroit River.
1860 Regular Detroit to Windsor ferry
September 14 Return to Detroit from Saginaw to compete with new
1861 Most dependable of Detroit River ferries
1864 Large repairs; readmeasured 67 x 14.6 x 6.4', 41.83 gross tons,
20.92 net tons
1868 US 10241 44.15 tons
1872 Ran St. Clair River; St. Clair to Mooretown & Sarnia, ONT.
1873 June 17 Owned Alex N. Tregent, Detroit, change steamer to tug.
1876 June 14 Owned Daniel Warner Jr., Painesville, Ohio
1878 June 1 Owned D. Warner Jr., L. Farns & A.H. Garfield, Painesville,
1879 Rebuilt as tug; 56 tons
1881 June 10 Owned A.E. Shepard, Ironton, Michigan
July 1 Owned Shepard & R.M. Cherrie, Ironton
December 10 Owned R.M. Cherrie
1883 August 8 Owned Perry Pearson Company, Chicago. S.L. Perry,
1886 March 24 Owned Lewis A. Hall, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
1889 April 5 Vessel dismantled & abandoned
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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