1867, Jul 18 Launched Detroit, MI.
1867, Sep 25 Enrolled Port Huron; ran Cleveland, OH - Lake Huron ports in lumber trade.
1870, Oct 28 B.W. Jenness added as minor owner; used as tow in Saginaw Bay lumber trade for Northwestern Transportation Co.
1871, Apr 28 Grounded at flats with 6 barges in tow.
1872, Apr 22 Owned Bay City & Cleveland Transportation Co., Clark Haywood, president.
1872, Sep 15 Collision with bark BURNSIDE off Pt. aux Barques, Lake Huron.
1874 Disabled machinery; towed to Detroit.
1877 Repaired, new arches, hog rost.
1880, Apr 3 District change, Detroit; 356.94 gross / 277.22 net tons.
1881 & 1882 Repaired.
1884 Dismantled; made a barge; 339 net tons, capacity 750 tons or 525,000' lumber; machinery into THOMAS S. CHRISTIE at F.W. Wheeler shipyard, West Bay City, MI.
1885, Apr 28 Rebuilt as schooner, 2 masts, 339.10 net tons.
1886, Sep 1 Owned Omer W. Blodgett, Detroit.
1889, Apr 22 District changed to Buffalo, NY.
1892, Mar 19 Owned Grant Blodgett, Buffalo.
1994, Mar 19 Rebuilt; rig changed to 3 masts; new donkey steam boiler for working anchors & lines.
1899, Apr 10 Owned Grant Blodgett et al, Bay City, MI.
1902, Apr 2 Owned Jenness Transportation Co., Duluth, MN district.
1912, Oct 14 Owned W.D. Hamilton, Chicago, IL; Hines Lumber Co.
1916, Mar 31 Documents surrendered; converted to barge for river & harbor use exclusively.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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