1862, May 25 Boiler explosion, Windmill Point, outlet of Lake
St.Clair, 4 lives lost
1862 Owned Captain John Sloan, et.al.; raised & brought to port
1863 Lengthened & rebuilt at Detroit, Michigan by S. McDonald,
97 x 19.9 x 7.9', 117 gross tons
1863 Owned R.L. Felcher, Saginaw, Michigan
1863, July 30 Owned Captain C.H. Carey
1864 Owned John Henderson, Detroit
1866 Owned Hackett, et.al., Detroit
1868, April 3 Re-engined, 200hp engine from Locomotive Works
1870 Large repairs, recaulked
1871, March 14 Owned or chartered Northwest Transportation Company,
1871, September 5 Owned J.R. Gillet, Detroit
1871, November Damaged in collision with schooner SHERWOOD at mouth of
1873 Owned Gillet, et.al., Detroit
1875, July 27 Broke shaft & lost propeller in about 45 feet water,
1877, May 10 Struck by ferry D.SCOVILLE while laid up at Sombra,
Ontario & sunk
1881, May 24 Raised, towed to Windsor, Ontario; engine & boiler to go
into W.C. Pratt's new steambarge, building at Walkerville
1881, November 30 Enrollment surrendered Port Huron,
Michigan, "wrecked in foreign waters"
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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