No source to describe her career or build information prior to her rename (and/or rebuild) as RHODE ISLAND in 1838
Possibly laid down as SAGINAW & finished as RHODE ISLAND
1838 Renamed RHODE ISLAND
1838, April 10 Owned Julius Eldred, et.al., Detroit, Michigan
2 decks, 2 masts, scroll head
116.5 x 17.5 x 8.83, 164.39 old-style tons
1843, April 18 Rebuilt at Detroit; 140 x 19.08 x 7.75', 210.71
Renamed SAINT CLAIR
Owned John Robinson, Detroit
1843, July 10 Owned Albert Ives, et.al., Detroit
1844, June 1 Free from ice, Lake Erie
1845, April 22 Picked up disabled schooner HENRY AINSWORTH off
Fairport, Ohio, Lake Erie
1845, March 4 Owned John Robinson, Detroit
1846, November 13 Sunk in 18' water by RED JACKET, near Port Huron,
Michigan, Lake Huron; recovered
1847, September 22 Owned William Kelley, Detroit
1850, August 8 Owned John Watkins, Detroit; 1 deck, 1 mast, scroll
head, plain stern
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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