1881, Apr 21 Launched; first & only 5 masted schooner to sail Great Lakes; largest schooner in the world at the time; ran Chicago, IL - Buffalo, NY in grain & coal trade.
1881, May 20 Aground at wharf, Erie harbor, coal laden.
1881, Jul 18 Aground, Lime Kilns, Amherstburg, Lake Erie; drydocked Chicago.
1881, Sep 13 Sank schooner C.K. NIMS on Lake Erie.
1882, May 25 Rammed by schooner C.B. BENSON.
1882, Jun 1 Repaired.
1883 Reduced to tow barge; towed by IRON CHIEF; largest cargoes 1,959 tons coal to Duluth, MN; 100,000 bushels wheat from Chicago, IL.
1884 Towed by IRON DUKE for Ohio Central Coal contract.
1885 Part of Wilson fleet taking coal Lake Erie - Duluth; towed by propeller GEORGE SPENCER.
1885, Aug Largest cargo iron ore in sail vessel 2,620 net tons.
1885, Oct 18 Aground, Lime Kilns.
1886, Jun 15 Aground St. Clair River in fog.
1886 Reduced to a barge.
1887, May 23 Owned James Corrigan, Duluth, MN; towed by AURORA.
1889, Nov 25 Foundered, Lake Michigan.
1890, Apr 4 Salvage attempts failed, vessel abandoned.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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