1884 Ran Ogdensburg - Chicago.
1884, Dec 10 Struck rock, St. Lawrence River.
1885 Owned Detroit Dry Dock Company, Detroit, MI.
1886 Owned Vermont Central Railroad.
1887, Sep 15 Aground Lake Erie; released.
1889, Nov 30 Ashore near Cape Vincent, Lake Ontario.
1896, Oct Ashore Squaw Island, Lake Michigan will go to dry dock 2 weeks for repairs.
1910 Laid up.
1911 Ran on Rutlan Transit Co.
1915 Panama Canal Act passed, forcing railroads to divest their Lake Fleets.
1916, Jun Owned Roy M. Wolvin, Lake & River Transportation Company, Montreal, QUE, renamed JOYLAND, C138108.
1917 Owned Montreal Transportation Company, Ltd.
1917, Sep In Buffalo, NY drydock.
1917 - 20 Managed by Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd.
1920, Oct Stranded near Kingston, ONT.
1922 Wrecked near Clayton, NY, Saint Lawrence River, abandoned as total loss.
1923 John E. Russell, Toronto, salvaged & took her to Toronto for complete refurbish at Russell's Yard in the Keating Channel.
1923 Owned Aube Steamship Co., Ltd., Montreal, QUE.
1925 Owned Maitland Sand & Gravel Co. Ltd., Port Maitland, ONT.
1926, Sep Beached Burnt Harbor, Manitoulin Island, Lake Huron.
1926 Converted to a sandsucker & gravel carrier.
1930 Owned Fox Island Sand & Gravel Company, Detroit, MI; home port Windsor, ONT.
1934, Aug Ashore Manitoulin Island.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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