Described as 8-11 miles/hour boat built to carry lumber Green Bay, WI-Chicago, IL.
1866, Dec Launched Peshtigo, WI.
1869, Apr Passenger & package freighter chartered New York Central Line.
1869, May Union Steamboat Company Line (charters) owned Pestigo Lumbering Co., Chicago, IL.
1869, Sep 3 Burned St. Clair River, 3 miles below St. Clair; cargo railroad & pig iron, 150 tons general merchandise; 3 lives lost.
1873 Raised & dismantled; owned Thomas Craig.
1876 Rebuilt Algonac, MI, Abram Smith.
1876, Jul 24 Enrolled as barge; one deck, one mast; 503.89 gross tons; US31430, owned Come Allen & John K. Harrow, Algonac, MI; capacity 65,000' lumber.
1883 Rebuilt; owned L. B. Parker, Marine City, MI - 1880's & 1890's.
1883 166.8 x 32 x 10.8', 503.89 gross/478.7 net tons.
1886 Re-rigged as 3 mast schooner; 168.5 x 30.6 x 17.3'; 570 gross tons.
1891, Mar 31 Enrolled Port Huron, MI; 503 gross tons, 2 masts.
1895, Dec Sunk by ice after grounding near Turtle Light, Lake Erie; later recovered.
1900, Sep Coal laden for Soo, sprang leak, brought into Alpena, MI; sank at dock.
1903, Feb 12 Owned L. B. Parker et al, Marine City, MI.
1903, May 7 Sold Canadian, Wallaceburg, ONT.
1904 Reported sunk.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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