1857, July 31 Enrolled at Cleveland, Ohio; built as a river tug
1858 In Detroit River Tug Association.
1862 Owned J. Bridges, Detroit.
1863 Owned John Pridgeon, Detroit.
1863 Large repairs.
1863, Jul 10 Recommissioned following repairs after being sunk in collision with schooner NABOB, Lake Huron.
1863, Aug Burned Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron.
1865, April 27 Readmeasured 116 Gross Tons.
1867 Owned M. Hunter, Detroit.
1869 Owned Livingstone & Company, Detroit; rebuilt 126.4 tons.
1871 In collision with tug GEORGE E. BROCKWAY at Point aux Pelee, Lake
Erie, repaired at Detroit.
1873 Owned W. Walker, Detroit.
1875 Owned W. Livingstone, Junior, Detroit; 126 gross tons
1876 Sunk, Detroit River at Amherstburg.
1876 Owned J. Norval, et al, Detroit.
1879 Owned James Lewis, Detroit.
1881 Rebuilt; 132.73 tons, 80.72 net tons.
1884, Oct 6 Aground Middle Island Shoal, Lake Erie.
1885 Owned B. M. Parker, Detroit.
1887 Owned Detroit Dry Dock Company, Detroit
1887 Owned George Hall, Ogdensburg, NY.
1889 Owned C. H. Blakesley, Rochester, NY.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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