1861, Feb 27 Launched.
1861, Apr 15 Enrolled Cleveland, OH.
1862, Oct Ashore Presque Isle, Lake Huron with flour.
1864, May 1 Readmeasured 135 x 25.7 x 10.8; 479.73 tons.
1866 Tri-weekly runs Ogdensburg, NY, Detroit, MI & Lake Michigan.
1866, Sep Broke Machinery at Pultneyville, Lake Ontario; repaired.
1868 350 ton capacity.
1869 Ran Ogdensburg & Chicago, IL daily line.
1869, May Broke machinery at Detroit; repaired.
1870 Lake Michigan line.
1871, Oct Machinery disabled Lake Huron; repaired Detroit, MI.
1871 10 round trips Lake Superior.
1871, Oct Aground Point aux Barques, Lake Huron.
1872, Oct Collision with schooner CONRAD REID.
1873, Jul Stuck on river near Kingston, ONT; partially filled with water.
1873, Jul 11 Sunk at Gananoque, St. Lawrence River.
1876, Mar 23 Owned Northern Transit Co., Rockport, OH.
1879, Aug 28 Same owners, Glen Haven, MI; homeport Grand Haven, MI.
1880 Ran Cleveland, OH - Sarnia, ONT.
1881, May 6 Owned John Hurley, Detroit, MI; rebuilt as steambarge for lumber trade; 1 deck, 1 mast; 136.6 x 25.7 x 10.8; 265.32 gross tons; 188.08 net tons; towed several barges for next 10 yrs.
1882 Repaired; boiler rebuilt.
1885, May Chartered to load lumber at Tawas, MI for Cleveland, OH.
1887, Oct Grounded White Shoals; damaged.
1888, May 10 Owned L.P. Mason et al; E. Saginaw, MI.
1889, Mar 11 Owned John Homegardner et al; Sandusky, OH.
1895, Mar Owned Theodore Greetham, Detroit, MI.
1897, May 15 Abandoned.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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