1882, Sep 3 First enrolled Detroit, MI.
1882 Ran Ludington, MI - Milwaukee, WI.
1883, Jun Rebuilt & lengthened by Burger & Burger Shipyard; 177.7 x 30.2 x 12.1'; 771 gross / 632 net tons.
1885, Mar Stranded mid-Lake Michigan.
1887, Feb Lost rudder shoe in ice off Milwaukee, drydocked & repaired.
1888, Oct 17 Collided with propeller JOYS in Manistee River, MI; no damage.
1892, Nov 21 Aground near Long Point, Lake Erie, repaired at Detroit.
1901 Renamed PERE MARQUETTE 2.
1903 Owned Manlstee, Ludington, & Milwaukee Steamship Co., Manistee, MI.
1906 Owned R.O. & A.B. MacKay (Hamilton & Montreal Navagation Co. Ltd), Hamilton, ONT; renamed DUNDURN, C112207, 190 x 30.2 x 12.2', 1120 gross / 600 net tons.
1906, Feb 21 Final U.S. enrollment surrendered Milwaukee, WI, "sold foreign".
1910 Owned Inland Lines Ltd.
1912, Sep 9 Collided with canal steamer PORT COLBORNE in St. Lawrence River, no serious damage.
1913, Jan Owned Canadian Steamship Line Ltd., Montreal, QUE.
1913-14 Made a barge by Polson Iron Works at Toronto, ONT; machinery went into steel ferry LOUIS PHILIPPE (1914); 186.3 x 30.3 x 12'; 472 gross / 472 net tons.
1916, Jul 15 Stranded off Ashtabula, OH, on Lake Erie.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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