1889, August 17 Launched Buffalo, New York; cost $100,000
1889, September 9 Enrolled Buffalo; coal & lumber trade; towed
MICHIGAN as consort
1889, October Aground St.Clair Flats
1889, November Damaged in collision with T.W.PALMER at Chicago,
1890, June 4 Stranded Eagle Harbor, Keweenaw Point, with consort
MICHIGAN, both ore laden; released by tugs MORSE &
HEBARD; sheltered Copper Harbor, Lake Superior
1890, October 25 Lost consort MICHIGAN off Point aux Barques
1892 Sunk Chicago, Illinois, with 55,000 bushels rye
1893 Towed VERONA with railroad ties, Georgian Bay to Duluth,
Minnesota; towed VINLAND in lumber trade
1894 Towed MAXWELL, FLINT & S.J.TILDEN
1897, November Aground 5 miles below Soo with VINLAND
1900 New deck
1903, March 26 Owned Frank R. Gilchrist, Cleveland, Ohio, et.al.
1904, April 11 Owned Merida Steamship Company, Mentor, Ohio, et.al.
1910 Stranded Split Rock, Lake Superior; repaired Superior, Wisconsin
1911, May 23 Two masts
1915, April 14 Owned Petrol Traffic Company, Duluth, Minnesota; towed
1916 Reboilered, 13'2" x 12', 155 pound steam, scotch boiler by Marine
Boiler Works, Toledo, Ohio
1920 Owned Alfred E. Matthews, Toronto, Ontario; C14166, renamed
CYLATON, then CLINTON, 217 x 36.7 x 14.7', 1231 gross/727 net tons
1925, June 6 Owned Seneca Washed Gravel Corporation, Buffalo, New
York; made sand dredge, renamed VIKING
1935, October 10 Scrapped
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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