1886 To carry saw logs from Georgian Bay, etc., to supply mills of Bay
City; launched June 2; capacity 750,000 feet raw logs or
2,500,000 feet manufactured lumber
1887 Carrying lumber from Lake Superior - more profitable than saw logs
Carried cargoes lumber, railroad ties, railroad iron, coal, telegraph poles, block stone, bricks between ports from Tonawanda, New York to Duluth, Minnesota
1887, July 24 Passed through Sault Ste. Marie with load of 50,000
1889, September Carried 90,000,000 feet lumber so far & expects to
carry 125,000,000 before end of season
1890 Enrolled Port Huron, owned Loveland Transportation Company
1890, October 8 Discharged load of 800,000 bricks at Calumet & Hecla
1890, October 26 In tow of steamer JOHN N. NICHOL with 1,000,000 feet
lumber from Washburn, Minnesota to Fairport, Ohio,
blown into breakwall & wrecked at Cleveland harbor;
two crew lost
1891, March 31 Enrollment surrendered
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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