1875 Built for use in ore & grain trade
1887 Repaired, ceilings & keelson
1888 Owned George C. Hollister, Tonawanda, New York; repaired steam
1889 Owned H.Kelly, Sandusky, Ohio
1893 Owned Captain G. Corning, Saginaw, Michigan
1901 Owned George Ryan, Saginaw; listed as barge
1906 Owned J.W. Robinson, North Tonawanda, New York
1917 Owned J.E. Sheehan, port of hail Buffalo, New York
1920 Owned Theodore Dunn Transportation Company, Detroit; home port
1922 Owned Winard Schlosse, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1923 Re-rigged for sail using remains of masts cut down at conversion
1930, September 26 Foundered & sank 20 miles off Sheboygan, Wisconsin,
Lake Michigan, carrying pulpwood from Manitoulin
Island to Muskegon Paper Company;
crew rescued by freighter WILLIAM NELSON
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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