1888, January 7 Holed by ice, Lake Superior, patched by crew
1890, March 20 Owned Wilson Transit Company, Wickliffe, Ohio
1890, October 30 Lost her propeller, Lake Superior, towed to Sault
Ste.Marie, then to Cleveland, Ohio
1892, February Lengthened 62.3 feet by Cleveland Ship Building Company
at Ship Owners Dry Dock No.1, Cleveland;
311.8' x 38.2' x 20.8', 2356.56 gross tons
1896 Reboilered, 11 x 13' scotch boilers, 120 pounds steam by
Cleveland Ship Building Company, Cleveland, Ohio
1907, October 28 Stranded in gale on Gull Rock, Manitou Island, Lake
Superior & abandoned
1909 Salvaged by Reid Wrecking Company, Sarnia, Ontario
1910 Redocumented United States, Owned James Reid Wrecking Company,
Port Huron, Michigan; reconstructed Port Huron, 2 decks, 2 masts
1913, April 11 Owned Spokane Steamship Company, Incorporated, J.T.
Reid, Port Huron
1919, September 4 An Otis elevator installed at Buffalo, New York for
automobile trade, 175 car capacity
1929, April 4 Owned Reid Transit Company, Incorportated, Port Huron
1930-32 Laid up below Port Huron
1935, December 6 Towed to Cleveland & up Cuyahoga River, woodwork
burned out then cut up by American Steel & Wire for
1935, December 18 Enrollment surrendered, Port Huron, "vessel
dismantled, reduced to scrap"
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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