1888, May 22 First enrolled, Buffalo, NY.
1888 Ran Buffalo, NY & Duluth, MN.
1897, Nov 22 Struck Ballard reef, Detroit, MI & sank in 20' water; struck by steamer MARISKA while still in water.
1900 Owned Lake Transit Co., Duluth, MN.
1903, May 9 Aground Squaw Island, Lake Michigan; repaired.
1906, Oct 27 Collided north breakwall, Cleveland, OH., sank; recovered.
1906, Nov 28 Owned Captain J. H. H. Brown, repaired Cleveland.
1909, Oct Repaired Buffalo after collision with barge, St. Clair River.
1911 Chartered Flour City Steamship Line.
1913 Owned Boland & Cornelius, Buffalo.
1916, Apr 10 Owned Coastwise Steamship Co., Boston, MA.
1916 Cut in two by American Shipbuilding Co., Buffalo; to coast, reassembled by Davie Ship Building & Repairing Co., Lauzon, QUE.
1920 Tonnage change, 1973 gross tons, 1179 net tons.
1922 Owned Bessie A. Somerville, Pensacola, FL.
1926 Owned William Comfoot, Portland, OR.
1927 Owned Lackawanna Steamship Co., Boston, MA.
1929 Scrapped & abandoned, Boston, MA.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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