1889, Jun 15 Launched
1889, Jun 29 Enrolled Grand Haven, MI as lumber barge.
1893, Dec 16 Owned Graham and Morton Transportation Co. Benton Harbor, MI; 460.71 gross/337.12 net tons.
1894, Feb Caught in ice with steamer CHICORA off St. Joseph, MI.
1895, Jun 10 Rebuilt as passenger propeller, 2 decks, 1 mast; 177.7 x 26.1 x 10', 554.49 gross/451.68 net tons; renamed CITY OF LOUISVILLE; 20 + 40 x 30", 350hp @ 98rpm, fore and aft compound engine; 1 10' 6" x 14' @ 100# steam firebox boiler, Johnston Brothers; old machinery into tug ANDY.
1895, Sep Struck by lightening.
1901, Jan 18 Burned Benton Harbor opposite Colby Hinckley Mill; watchman killed.
1901, Jun 24 Owned Hart Steamboat Line, Green Bay, WI; rebuilt with 3 decks, 2 masts; 460 gross/337 net tons.
1902, Jan 10 Renamed HARRIET A. HART; ran Green Bay to Cheboygan and Mackinaw.
1905, Jun 15 Burned 3-4 miles SE of Detour Village, Straits of Mackinac; sank or said to have beached on Bois Blanc Island; owned Green Bay Transportation Co., Green Bay, WI.
Raised. See final disposition.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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