1863, May Boiler explosion, 3 dead, Chicago, IL; sunk.
1880, Sep 18 Damaged in collision with tug FLOSSIE THIELCKE on Chicago River; used in excursion business.
1880, Sep 27 Refitted as a tug again.
1881, Feb Owned Jas. R. Sinclair.
1887 Rebuilt at Toledo, OH; 69.0' x 15.7' x 8.5'; 38.1 gross / 19.01 net tons.
1887, May 31 Renamed PATHFINDER.
1888, Jan 16 Enrolled Toledo, OH; owned Edward S. Smith, Duluth.
1890, Mar 27 Owned Edward Smith, Fred W. Smith, & J.W. Fee.
1891, Apr 23 Owned Smith Fee Co., Duluth, MN.
1893, Oct 14 Owned B.B. Inman, Duluth, MN.
1895, Sep 1 Collided & sank with tug MEDINA in race for tow of steamer JOLIET; one drowned; Duluth, MN.
Recovered and rebuilt.
1898 Owned James McGee, Duluth, MN.
1899 Owned C.S. Barker, Duluth, MN.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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