1856, October 1 Enrolled Detroit, Michigan; similar to CITY OF BUFFALO
1856, April 23 Launched
1856, August 4 Maiden trip Buffalo, New York to Detroit, Michigan; ran
this route regular service with SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
1857, June Burned, Buffalo harbor
1857, July Laid up during panic
1858, November 11 Repaired Clark's Dry Dock, Detroit, Michigan
1859 Ran Cleveland to Buffalo; engine of old EMPIRE STATE
1860 Ran on Lake Erie & Buffalo Steamboat Company
1860, July 7 Damaged in collision with schooner SON AND HEIR at
1861, September Laid up
1862 Made a barkentine at Monroe, Michigan by Jones; owned A.J. Frink
& J. Morey; engine into ATLANTIC built New York City; ran Buffalo
to Chicago, Illinois in grain trade; capacity 60,000 bushels
1863 Enrolled Buffalo; 1,341 gross tons
1863, May Cleared Chicago with record cargo 73,000 bushels oats &
1,000 barrels pork
1863, September 2 Dismasted on Lake Michigan near Manitous
1864, October 8 Wrecked
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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