1855, October 22 Capsized, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1856, May 16 Sunk by collision with schooner TELEGRAPH off Point Sable
1859, July 11 Owned William T. Thorp, et.al., Milwaukee
1860 Owned Bachelor & Stronach, Milwaukee
1860, October 24 Owned William H. Otto, et.al., Milwaukee
1862 Large repairs
1863, March 2 Owned M.S. Tyson, Milwaukee
1864, March 16 Owned M.S. Tyson, et.al., Milwaukee
1868 107.42 gross tons
1870 Rebuilt as 3 mast schooner at Manitowoc, Wisconsin; lengthened,
109.9' x 23.9' x 7', 143 gross tons
1876 Owned Gifford & Company, Milwaukee
1879 Owned Engleman, et.al., Manistee, Michigan; 170 gross tons
1881 Renamed A.B.C.F.M. (American Board of Commissioners of Foreign
1882 Owned at Chicago
1884 Wrecked, Gills Pier; raised & repaired, Davidson's Yard,
1899 Owned J. Saveland
1902 Abandoned, Greenfield Avenue Slip, Milwaukee, later removed &
scuttled, Lake Michigan
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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