Built for passenger trade between Sania, ONT & Green Bay, WI.
1859, Nov 24 Launched.
1862 Owned John Pridgeon & W.K. Muir, Detroit, MI; stayed in Canadian registry; converted to tug.
1863, Jul 29 Grounded, Chanty Shoals.
1866, Jul 30 Bought by Minister of Marine & Fisheries, Ottawa, ONT; rebuilt Goderich, ONT by Henry Marlton; 479 gross / 456 net tons; Comissioned as Survey Gunboat #29 H.M.S. PRINCE ALFRED in the Fenian uprising; patrolled St. Clair River & Lake Huron for 10 years.
1867, Sep Aground opposite St. Clair.
1869 - 70, Winter Rebuilt.
1876 Sold out of service to John Stewart Nesbit et al, Winsor, ONT.
1877 Converted to Wrecking Tug; owned Canadian Towing & Wrecking (Alexander Crawford, Windsor or A.R. Schulenberg, Windsor).
1878, May 4 Sank at dock, Windsor.
1883, May 25 Owned International Wrecking & Transportation Co; repairs; new 22 + 40 x 27" steeple compound engine; boilers repaired; renamed MICHIGAN.
1884 Owned Laughlin & McCallum, Windsor; engines put into WM. PRINGLE; hull made into barge or lighter.
1884 - 85 Broken up; hull abandoned at Sandwich Point, near Windsor.
1885, May 25 Scrapped.
1886, Apr 1 Registry closed.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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