First vessel built by Detroit Dry Dock Co.
1867 Carried largest cargo, 780 tons iron ore, through Soo Locks by sail.
1868, Sep 20 Grounded near St. Martin's Island, Green Bay, Lake Michigan.
1868, Oct 31 Converted to (schooner) barge, Detroit, MI.
1872, Apr 24 Waterlogged Pt. Washington, WI.
1875, Sep Damaged rigging near Apostle Islands, WI.
1876 Chartered by Pridgeon's Chicago & Sarnia Line.
1877, Sep Collided with & sank schooner HIPPOGRIFF off Kenosha, WI, Lake Michigan.
1878 Chartered by Spencer's Chicago & Sarnia Line.
1879 Owned J. Pridgeon, Detroit; grain trade Chicago - Buffalo; new deck.
1881 Owned S. A. Murphy.
1881, Jul Sprang leak, towed to Cleveland, OH for repairs.
1887 Owned E. J. Vance.
1888 - 89 Rebuilt Smith Yard, Algonac, MI.
1889, Apr 30 Owned Oscoda Salt & Lumber Co., MI.
1890, Mar 11 Owned Thomas S. Lester.
1898, Sep 25 Waterlogged in gale, crew rescued by Middle Island Life-Saving Station, towed to Alpena, MI, then towed to Marine City for repairs.
1907, Jul 13 Sunk in collision.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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