1869, Aug 6 First enrolled Detroit, MI
1872 Tower MARINER & JOHN MARK, Saginaw-Ogdensburg, lumber trade
1872, Oct 22 Aground Hickleys Flats, St. Lawrence River, tryed to released grounded schooner S. H. LATHROP; both released by revenue cutter CHASE
1874, Mar 6 Owned Eber R. Ayers & Barney Wilds, Sandusky, OH
1876, Apr 16 Ashore Pte. aux Barques, MI, Lake Huron
1879, Oct 10 Owned John S. Miner, Alpena, MI
1880 Major relpairs
1882, Mar 2 Owned Miner Lumber Co., Alpena
1882 Major repairs
1883, May 30 Sunk, collision with schooner HOLLAND, Detroit River; raised, drydocked, Detroit
1886 1 firebox boiler; 8 1/2 x 14'; Pheonix Iron Works, Port Huron, MI
1888, May 10 223.69 net tons
1890's Towed MONITOR & CITY OF THE STRAITS, lumber trade
1898, Oct 26 Owned Charles L. Boynton & Charles D. Thompson, Port Huron
1899, Aug 28 Owned Hammermill Paper Co., Erie, PA
1901, Mar 12 Owned Moses W. Humphrey, Ashtabula, OH
1901, Apr 9 Owned Mary Humphrey & Anna E. Parker, Detroit
1902, Sep 18 Owned John J. Boland, Buffalo, NY
1904, May 27 Stranded, burned
1904, Jun 30 Documents surrendered, Buffalo
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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