1853, May 9 Launched; fitted out in Oswego's West Harbor; one of largest vessels on Lake Ontario.
1853, Jul 5 First trip to Chicago, IL, laden with salt & lumber.
1854 369 tons; Oswego District.
1855, Jul 2 Grounded Peach Island, Lake St. Clair.
1856, Dec 2 Grounded Mackinac, Straits of Mackinac, iced in; released next spring.
1858, Apr Sprung leak on Lake Michigan; repaired Chicago.
1859, Oct 9 Grounded Cleveland, Lake Erie.
1860 Owned Chapin, Chicago.
1863 Owned A.B. Lyon, Chicago.
1863, May 19 Collided with brig ROBERT BURNS, Cheboygan, Lake Huron.
1863, Aug Grounded, St. Clair Flats.
1863, Sep Collided with steamer DREADNOUGHT, St. Clair River.
1864 Owned Sears, Buffalo, NY; 278 gross tons, 136.5 x 25.4 x 11.7'.
1866 Owned Hunter & Murdock, E. Saginaw, MI.
1866, Sep Collided with bark MAITLAND, Lake Huron.
1867, Sep 4 Enrolled Port Huron; owned A.H. Hunter, East Saginaw, MI.
1868, Apr 11 Owned Charles Cash, Algonac, MI.
1868, Jul 18 Damaged, possibly in collision.
1868, Jul 22 Changed to barge at Saginaw.
1870, Feb New deck & deck beams, A. & S.L. Smith's shipyard, Algonac.
1879 278 ton barge.
1884 Owned G. Janssen, East Saginaw.
1890, Nov 20 Documents surrendered, wrecked.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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