1873 Keel laid but work stopped due to financial panic.
1874, Aug Launched; home port Rochester, NY..
1875 Rochester, NY.
1882, Apr First arrival of season at Duluth, MN with 9,000 barrels lime & cement.
1885 Owned J.W. Moore et al, Cleveland, OH.
1886, Sep Aground at Soo Canal, schooner B.F. BRUCE collided with her, damaging her stack & upper works of after cabin.
1887, Nov 17 Aground Grosse Point, Lake St. Clair.
1889, Nov Aground Two Harbors, MN; released & loaded last cargo ore for season.
1893, Jun Aground Mud Lake, St. Mary's river.
1893, Aug 17 Beached Iroquois Point, Lake Superior, to prevent sinking.
1893, Aug 24 Released by tug FAVORITE, taken to Soo.
1895, May 3 Ashore Morgan Point, Lake Erie; caught fire & burned.
1895, Nov 30 Owned William Strong, to be rebuilt at Tonawanda, NY.
1899, May 10 Enrolled Buffalo, NY; renamed ELIZA H. STRONG, US136733; readmeasured, new fore & aft engine by King Iron Works, Buffalo, center mast removed, 781 gross / 614 net tons.
1901, Aug 29 Sprung leak & abandoned off Munising, Lake Superior; towed to port by steamer MUELLER, which claimed salvage; court returned vessel to owner, who had to pay $3,000 salvage claim.
1904, Oct 26 Burned, Lake Huron; owned Strong Transportation Co, Tonawanda, NY.
1905, Sep 14 Reid Wrecking Co. to begin work removing engine & boiler, dynamiting hull.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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