1866, October 29 Launched; ran passengers & freight between Detroit,
Michigan & Cleveland, Ohio; took place of CITY OF
1871, April Collided with steamer ISLAND QUEEN, Michigan Central Dock,
1871, August Collided with steambarge BUFFALO, Detroit
1877, June 10 Burned, Shelby Street, Detroit
1877, September 2 Owned Detroit Dry Dock Company
1877, October 6 Rebuilt as lumber barge with 2 spars; 850,000'
capacity; 622.02 gross tons; ran lumber trade for
McGraw & Company, Bay City, Michigan; engine to CITY
OF DETROIT, 1878, which replaced RICE
1879 Owned McVittie, et.al., Detroit, Michigan
1880, November 26 Rigged as 2 mast schooner-barge at Buffalo, New York
1881, May Grounded in fog, Clark's Wharf, Sarnia, Ontario
1882 Owned Buffalo, New York
1882, September Lost rudder off Sturgeon Point, Michigan, Lake Huron &
collided with tow steambarge POTOMAC; found adrift off
1884 Owned R.R. Heffard, Buffalo
1885, August Owned Patrick O'Day
1887 Chicago lumber trade
1888, September 30 Wrecked
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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