Built for coal, ore & lumber trade; later used in the sand trade.
1886, Aug 17 - 1903 Enrolled Suspension Bridge, NY; owner William Dulac et. al., Mt. Clemens, MI; Chicago Lumbering Co. Manistique, MI.
1886-1903 Owned Tonawanda Barge Line, Tonawanda, NY.
1890 "Steel arches, keelsons, recaulked."
1890, May Ran down tug WALES at Tonawanda; went to dry dock for repairs to stern.
1891-1894 Owned Charles Weston, Tonawanda.
1893, Nov Collision with unknown schooner near Straits of Mackinac, damage to cabin & stern.
1894, Sep Aground Parisian Island, Whitefish Bay, Lake Superior; released by tug MERRICK.
1902 Capacity 700,000 board feet lumber.
1904, Apr 7 Owned L.R. McLaren et. al., Toledo, OH; converted to sand-dredge.
1907 James A. Maddigan, Buffalo, NY.
1908, Jun 5 Owned W.J. Clarke et. al., Toledo.
1908 Acquired Eli Jacques & Sons, Duluth, MN; fitted for sand trade with A-frame & clamshell rig.
1914, Mar 6 Enrolled Detroit, MI; same owners.
1917, Mar 26 Owned United Fuel & Supply Co., Detroit.
1921, Dec 17 Documents surrendered, "Vessel dismantled & hulk disposed of".
1997, Oct Remains discovered in Lake Huron off Lexington, MI.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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