1857, September 5 Enrolled Cleveland, Ohio; sister to DACATOH, GALENA
& MENDOTA; ran Buffalo to Chicago with above &
FOUNTAIN CITY, EVERGREEN CITY, CUYAHOGA & KENOSHA
1860 Ran Buffalo & Cleveland to Mackinac & Green Bay; Racine &
1864, August Damaged in collision with barque CHENANGO on Lake Huron;
1865 Readmeasured 2 decks, one mast, 193.3 x 30.5 x 11',
841.23 gross tons
1866, September 10 Owned Sheldon Pease, Buffalo & Mary Richmond,
Batavia, New York
1867, May 2 Owned S. Pease & William G. Fargo, Buffalo
1869 Sunk schooner FREMONT in collision
1870, March 22 Owned Western Transfer Company, Tonawanda, New York &
1870, March 26 Owned Union Steamboat Company, Buffalo, New York,
Stephen D. Caldwell, president
1871, August 9 Owned William E. Warriner, Detroit
1873, April 26 Owned Alpena Transport Company, Detroit; ran lumber
trade to Tonawanda; new arches, smokestack & rudder
1876 Made schooner barge, 496.04 gross/472.61 net tons
1877, May 18 1 deck, 1 mast barge, owned Charles Bewick, Detroit,
rebuilt Morley's Yard
1878, April 1 Made 3 masted schooner
1879, April 12 Owned Charles Bewick, Detroit & A.H. & William B.
Comstock, Alpena, Michigan
1882, March 29 Owned William W. Tyler, Buffalo; Charles Hebard,
Pequaming, Michigan & Michael Williams, Port Huron,
1886, April 1 Owned William W. & Ella A. Tyler, Buffalo, New York;
towed by ALPENA
1889, April 4 Owned Edward C. Pecor, Charles Hubel & W.C. Brown,
1889, July 9 Owned Edward C. Pecor; towed by SAMUEL MATHER
1890, September 2 Owned Duncan M. Smith, et.al., China, Michigan
1890, September 5 Owned John R. McGregor, Saginaw, Michigan, et.al.
1891, April 23 Owned H.J. Davis, et.al., Buffalo, New York
1896 Towed by OGEMAW
1898, September 7 Wrecked, Lake Superior
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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