1874, May Sprang leak, damaged wheat cargo; repaired
1876, June 23 Collided with scow RADICAL off Sheboygan, Wisconsin,
1876, November 4 Grounded Zela Shoal, Lake Michigan
1879, November 18 Grounded Peche Island, Detroit River
1880 Towed by MINNEAPOLIS
1880, November 22 Grounded, Bar Point, Lake Erie
1881, April Double-topsail removed
1883 Repaired; new decks
1883, June 14 Collided in fog with schooner J.B.PENFIELD,
Point AuSable, Lake Huron
1883, November 12 Grounded, St.Clair River
1885 Towed by AUSTRALASIA & GEORGE T. HOPE; repaired
1886 Repaired; caulked; sank near Amherstburg, Ontario, Detroit River;
towed by J.R.WHITING in spring & BESSEMER in fall
1887 Towed by MANISTIQUE & THOMAS W. PALMER
1887, March Sold
1887, September 8 Collided with schooner WALLULA, Chicago, Illinois,
1887, November Grounded, Detroit River
1888 Owned Michigan Navigation Company, Detroit
1888, September Collided with GLADSTONE
1888, October Owned Brown & Company, Duluth, Minnesota & Ben Birdsal,
1888, November In tow of PALMER, both collided with schooners MARY &
PHILO SCOVILLE, which were at anchor, Lake Huron?
1889-93 Towed by SAMOA
1889, October 3 Collided with steambarge ROUMANIA, Sugar Island,
1891 Owned James McKenzie et.al., Buffalo, New York
1893, July 19 Sunk by collision
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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