Duplicate of LAKE ERIE & LAKE MICHIGAN.
1872, Jun 20 Launched Port Dalhousie.
1873 Ran Montreal, QUE - Chicago, IL; owned Larkin, St. Catharines.
1877, Jun 30 Readmeasured 411.65 tons.
1879, Nov 21 Assisted to shelter by tug JOHN A. MACDONALD off Point Traverse; sheltered South Bay.
1880 Ran Toledo, OH - Montreal in grain trade.
1881 Towed barges.
1882 Ran Detroit, MI - Toronto, ONT.
1882, Aug Sunk or grounded near Montreal.
1883, Jun Aground Morrisburg, St. Lawrence River.
1884, May 1 Owned R.O. & Elizabeth MacKay, Hamilton, ONT.
1888, May 1 Owned R.O. & A.B. MacKay; burned & sank at Charlotte, ONT.
1888, Oct 31 Owned Robert Osborne MacKay, Adam Brown MacKay, Hamilton & Aneas Donald MacKay, Georgetown, British Guiana.
1888, Dec 20 Burned Clayton, NY, wreck sold to Thomas Ryan, Buffalo, NY.
1889 Rebuilt, Buffalo, as steambarge; renamed CHARLES C. RYAN US126622; 138.5 x 30 x 13', 491 gross / 404 net tons.
1890, Jun 7 Foundered, Lake Huron.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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