1863, August 1 Enrolled Detroit, Michigan; first Lakes steamer to heat
her cabins with steam radiators; sister to PEWABIC; ran
Cleveland, Ohio & Detroit to Lake Superior
1863, August 27 Owned McKnight & Walbridge, et.al.
1865, August 10 Collision with steamer PEWABIC on Lake Huron off
Alpena, Michigan, sinking her in 110' water
1865, August 13 Scuttled Saint Mary's River, Sault Saint Marie to
extinguish fire of lime cargo in holds, sparked by
PEWABIC collision; raised
1866, June 2 Owned Daniel T. Charles, Albany, New York; readmeasured
198.5 x 20.6 x 13', 956.82 gross tons
1868, September 11 Owned James Findlater, Detroit & Daniel T. Charles,
Albany, New York
1871 New deck
1871, November Holed & sunk near Gibraltar Island & Put-in-Bay, Lake
1873, June 7 Burned by dock fire with warehouses; converted to
schooner at Algonac, Michigan; 549 gross tons, 197.7 x
31.2 x 11.3'
1878, August 4 Burned Detroit River; towed to Rouge River & scuttled
1881 Raised; rebuilt Port Huron as barge; owned J.P. Harrow, Algonac,
William Baker, New Baltimore & John Lozen, Marine City; renamed
1913, August 29 Owned H.N. Ralph & Adelaide Jek, Toledo, Ohio
1918, December 18 Owned Charles W. Hannah, Detroit, Michigan
1925, January 15 Documents surrendered; abandoned
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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