1894, Sep 13 Launched.
1894, Oct 16 Enrolled Cleveland, OH.
1896 Chartered to Great Lakes Steamship Co, Buffalo, NY; ran Buffalo, NY - Cleveland, OH & Manitowoc, WI.
1898, Nov 28 Collision with steamer COLGATE, Duluth, MN.
1899, May 11 Owned Bessemer Steamship Co., Cleveland, OH; converted at Cleveland to bulk freighter, iron ore trade; 400.42 x 42.66 x 24.25', 3746 gross / 2970 net tons; renamed JAMES B. EADS.
1901 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Co, Cleveland.
1915, Jun 7 Collision with freighter Chicago, St. clair River; received two new watertube boilers.
1920 Reconstructed, 2704 gross / 1610 net tons, 1 deck, arch construction.
1926 Owned Nassau Ship & Dredge Co., Chicago, IL.
1927 Owned Midland Steamships Ltd, James Playfair, manager, Midland, ONT; C153126.
1934 Owned Gordon C. Leitch, Toronto, ONT.
1935 Owned Norris Steamships Ltd., Toronto.
1940 Owned Upper Lakes & St. Lawrence Transportation Co, Ltd, Toronto.
1960 Owned Upper Lakes Shipping, Ltd, Toronto; diesel crane added.
1960, Sep 30 Collision with craneship WILLIAM H. DONNER, Toledo, OH; repaired Port Weller.
1963 Owned A. Newman & Co, St. Catharine's, ONT, for scrapping.
1967 Scrapped, Port Weller.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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