1850, June 4 First trip Detroit, Michigan to Buffalo, New York; cost
$100,000; finished at Detroit
1850, June 25 Enrolled Detroit, ran Detroit to Buffalo with MAYFLOWER
& ATLANTIC replacing EMPIRE on North Shore Line
1850, August 6 Collision with schooner ADRIAN on Lake Erie
1850, December Broken rudder
1851, April Ran 200 miles in 11 hours 15 minutes, winning race with
1852, April Stuck in ice at Erie
1852, July 5 Broken machinery at Buffalo
1852, October Shaft broken off, Long Point
1853, November 18 Laid up, Detroit
1854 Reported to run Lake Michigan but shows Detroit to Buffalo &
1854, November 27 Rescued passengers of grounded MAYFLOWER at Point
1856 Owned Detroit & Cleveland Steamboat Navigation Company; replaced
CLEVELAND in Detroit to Cleveland run with MAY QUEEN & MORNING
1857 Ran Cleveland & Detroit to Superior City with NORTH STAR
1858, April 2 Refurbished & repaired
1858, April 11 Stranded Point Pelee; pumped out by DART; repaired
Detroit, ran Detroit to Cleveland with MAY QUEEN
1859, September 8 Grounded in fog at Mama Juda; released by U.S.S.
1862 Made a sloop rigged lumber barge at Trenton, Michigan for towing
service, 250 x 53 x 13', 900 gross tons; engine went to MORNING
1862, November Unrigged; towed by tug WINSLOW carrying 782,000' lumber
1866, October 20 Owned J.S. Ayers, et.al., Port Austin, Michigan;
repaired; unrigged barge 245.5 x 36.4 x 12.8', 1
mast, 578 gross tons
1872, May Dragged onto reef by ice & sunk near Point Abino enroute to
1872, August Recovered
1873, October 20 Wrecked, Lake Huron
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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