Longest surviving package freight carrier.
1893 Given awnings & wooden spar deck for World's Fair trade.
1893, Nov 11 Collision in fog with steamer THOMAS H. SMITH near Racine, WI; the SMITH sank.
1896, Nov 18 Struck by steamer G. W. MORLEY while lying at the St. Paul elevator, Chicago, moderate damage.
1898, Nov 22 Ashore in gale near Baptism River, MN; refloated, taken to Chicago.
1898-99 Rebuilt, lengthened, 334', 2,745 gross tons.
1899 Owned Canada Atlantic Transit Co., MN.
1914 2 new scotch boilers, 13' x 12' 6", 160# steam, built by American Ship Building Co., Cleveland, OH.
1942 Owned Overlakes Freight Corperation, Detroit, MI.
1946 Laid up, Detroit.
1947 Owned T. H. Browning Steamship Co., Trenton, MI.
1947, Jun owned Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd.
1947, Jul Towed by tug HELENA to Hamilton, ONT.
1948, Scrapped, Hamilton, ONT.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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