1887, May Launched at West Bay City, Michigan; first Lake Freighter to
have a triple expansion engine
1887, May 20 Enrolled at Port Huron, Michigan
1888 Towed barge F.A. GEORGER
1889, March 12 Owned W.C. Richardson, et.al., Cleveland, Ohio
1889, October In collision with schooner DAVID YANCE, at Foot of Sugar
Island, Saint Mary's River, both vessels damaged
1890, April 19 Lost steering & crashed into Clark's Dock, Sarnia,
Ontario; demolished warehouse
1894 Towed barge J.J. BARLUM
1905 Towed barge CRETE
1916, March 16 Owned C.A. Becker, Cleveland
1917, January 11 Owned Reiss Steamship Company, Duluth, Minnesota
1917, July 21 Owned Lake & Ocean Navigation Company, Duluth
1918 Engine removed & replaced, old engine went to steamer STURGEON
BAY, new engine from GEORGE H. VAN VLECK, steeple compound, 21 +
44 x 36" stroke, 400hp at 72rpm, from King Iron Works, Buffalo,
New York, 1875, two scotch boilers 11' x 121", 150 pounds steam
from Globe Iron Works, Cleveland, Ohio, 1889
1919, April 26 Owned William Nicholson, Detroit
1928, September 28 Documents surrendered at Detroit, "dismantled"
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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