1873, Jun 17 Launched; built for iron ore trade; ran Cleveland, OH - Marquette, MI; one of the largest carriers on the Lakes.
1873, Aug 11 Enrolled Buffalo, NY; home port; towed schooner PELICAN & later CHARLES WALL & RICHARD WINSLOW.
1874 Five round trips to Lake Superior.
1874, May Sprung leak, Lake Huron; repaired
1874, Jun Disabled machinery, Bar Point; repaired.
1878, Apr 9 Rebuilt 2 decks, 1429.78 gross / 1206.18 net tons; 232.33 x 36.16 x 14'.
1878, Jun 4 Aground Sault Ste. Marie, Lake Superior.
1879, Apr 28 New main mast; grain trade.
1883, Aug Lost mast, Lake Superior.
1885, May 23 Aground, Strawberry Island, Lake Superior, with coal.
1887, Nov 9 Sunk, Lorrain, OH, Lake Erie after hitting wreck of steamer PHILIP WALTER with 1500 tons iron ore; raised & repaired.
1888 New boiler & engine.
1890, Mar 5 Extensive repairs Cleveland Dry Dock Co.; 2 mast.
1890, Aug Collision with schooner BELE HANSCOM near Marine City, MI, Lake Huron.
1893, Apr 20 Owned John J. Wade, Chicago,IL; hauling salt.
1894, Sep 8 Ashore S. Manitou Island.
1895, Jul 26 Owned Helen M. & Richard Winslow, Buffalo, NY.
1895, Nov 4 Owned Neslon S. Wipple, Detroit.
1897, Jul 28 Ashore Sand Beach, Lake Huron.
1897, Sep 11 Stranded St. Helena shoal, Straits of Mackinaw.
1897, Nov 12 Stranded near Point Sable, Lake Huron.
1897, Dec 2 Burned, Lake Huron.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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