1867, Jul 1 Enrolled Chicago, IL, built for Lake Michigan lumber trade.
1869, Mar 12 Owned Horatio Hill, et.al., Chicago.
1869, Sep Damage in Lake Michigan gale.
1873, Mar 6 Owned John N. Staples, Chicago.
1873, Mar 12 Owned Charles H. Shepard, Chicago.
1873, Aug 25 Owned Edward Buckley, Manistee, MI.
1875, Mar 4 Owned John J. Bush, Lansing, MI.
1876, Sep Sunk, Manistee, MI, Lake Michigan; raised.
1880, May 12 Owned Mary E. Richardson, Milwaukee.
1880, Oct Arrived Milwaukee in a sinking condition after steam pipe burst.
1881 Ran fruit trade, Chicago - Saugatuck.
1881, Apr Waterlogged & sunk at mouth of Muskegon River.
1881, May Raised by tug LEVIATIHAN; rebuilt as barge.
1882, Jul Experimented with burning crude oil for fuel, in a process developed by a Mr. Zack of Milwaukee.
1882, Jul Ashore north of Muskegon, two lives lost in attempt to release.
1883, Aug New engine, 18 x 18", larger wheel.
1889, Apr Owned Thomas Richardson, Milwaukee; boiler replaced.
1889, Oct 29 Released from bottom near Fox Point with 30,000' lumber & 100,000 shingles.
1891, May 1 Owned Thomas Richardson, et.el., Milwaukee.
1894, Mar 31 Owned C.H. Ellis, et al, Milwaukee; towed MORNING STAR.
1899 Towed GRACE GRUMMOND & NOAH'S ARK.
1907, Mar 19 Owned John Schroeder Lumber Company, Milwaukee.
1913, Sep 25 Owned Douglass Transportation Co, Saint Clair, MI.
1915, Oct 16 Sunk steamer MAUDE in collision, St. Clair River in thick fog.
1926, Nov 17 Owned Nicholson Transit Co, Detroit.
1929, Dec 27 Documents surrendered Detroit, "vessel dismantled & abandoned".
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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