Named after Secretary of War; built to survey Great Lakes.
c1857 Renamed SEARCH.
1860, Jul Broke shaft near Goderich, ONT, Lake Huron.
1878, Jun 15 Owned S. B. Grummond, Detroit, MI; renamed GRACE GRUMMOND, US85552; 136.5 x 22 x 8.6, 195.11 gross tons, one mast; ran passenger excursions in Detroit area.
1878, Aug Ran Chicago, IL - South Haven, MI.
1880, May Ran Cleveland, OH - Port Stanley, ONT.
1880, Oct 21 Owned Frank D. Welcome, Detroit.
1882, May 12 Same owner, South Haven; ran Chicago - South Haven.
1883, May 5 Owned F. D. Welcome with Patrick Lawler & Peter O'Connor, Chicago; 98.35 net tons.
1883, Oct Broke crosshead near Michigan City, IN, Lake Michigan.
1884, Feb Ran Duluth - Agate Bay for Duluth & Iron Range Railroad.
1884, May 7 Owned Patrick Lawler & Peter O'Connor, Chicago.
1884, Sep 16 Owned Peter O'Connor, Chicago.
1884, Nov 5 Burned at dock, South Haven, Lake Michigan; laid up until rebuilt.
1887, Aug 12 Rebuilt as 3 mast schooner; 136.6 x 21.8 x 9; 205.5 gross / 195.23 net tons; owned John Saveland, F. C. Maxon, & M. O. Parker, Milwaukee, WI.
1897, Apr 7 Owned Charles H. Ellis & H. H. Schroeder, Milwaukee.
1898, Dec 30 Damaged by fire, Green Bay, WI.
1904, Mar 31 Documents surrendered, sold Canadian; renamed BALTIC, C116761; owned Galna & Dauter, Parry Sound, ONT.
Late 1930s Abandoned Port Maitland, ONT, then towed to Clear Creek, east of Port Burwell & used by Kolby Fish Co. as breakwater for tugs.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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