1862, Sep 22 Enrolled Buffalo, NY.
1882, Aug 26 Launched; first iron boat built by its builders & owned by its owners.
1882, Oct Grounded river at Buffalo, damaging discharge pipe.
1882, Nov Ran Buffalo - Milwaukee, WI 62.25 hrs, fastest trip to date.
1883, Nov 21 Holed & grounded 6 miles below Sand Beach.
1886, Fall Towed by propeller LYCOMING from mid-Lake Michigan to Manitou Islands.
1891 Two firebox boilers 10 x 15'6" at 125 pounds steam by Lake Erie Boiler Works, Buffalo.
1894, Sep Collision with steamer ROBERT MILLS at Waugohance light, Straits of Mackinaw.
1895 Arrived Milwaukee, WI with 100 tons ice on deck.
1902 Renamed BINGHAMPTON.
1906, Dec Ashore 2 miles NE Skillagallee light; released by tug FAVORITE.
1906, Dec 15 Temporarily repaired St. Ignace, MI.
1910, May Ashore in fog S. Manitou Island; released by tug FAVORITE.
1910 Changes in boiler & engine, 1 stack.
1912 265.5 x 39.7 x 13.2; 2143 gross / 1549 net tons.
1915, Sep Owned Atlantic coast.
1917 Owned United States Shipping Board.
1920 Owned United States Steam Ship Co., New York City; Milton S. Cohen.
1921 Sold to Panama.
1921, Jul 16 Burned Gannet Atlantic Ocean.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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