1896, May Launched Cleveland.
1896, Jun 30 Temporary enrollment Cleveland.
1896, Sep 8 Permanent enrollment Duluth.
1898, Jul Towed barges NASMYTH & WHITWORTH.
1905, Jun Collided with SYLVANIA off Whitefish Point, Lake Superior; sustained 80' hole in side.
1906 New boilers, 2 induced draft scotch boilers, 14'6" x 11'6", 180# steam, Detroit Shipbuilding Co.
1921 Reconstructed, 1 deck, arch construction, 4 compartments, hatches 24' centers, 3,850 gross tons / 2,705 net tons.
1930 Owned Paisley SS Co., operated Valley Camp SS Co.
1931 Owned Lakewood SS Co., operated Valley Camp SS Co.
Pre 1935 Acquired Columbia Trans. Co.
1943 Renamed WOLVERINE.
1954 Owned Merrit, Chapman & Scott; made into barge.
1956 Broke in half while being used to store sand during Mackinac Bridge construction, sunk St. Ignace.
1956 Sold to Roen SS Co. and raised same year.
1965 Traded to U.S. Maritime Commission; idle Sturgeon Bay, WI.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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