First large propeller built with iron straps instead of wood arches; longest vessel on lakes at time of build.
1880, Nov 23 Aground Bar Point, Lake Erie.
1881, May Grounded St. Clair Flats.
1883, Oct 4 New rudder.
1886, Nov Ashore Hammond's Bay.
1891, Oct Collided with & sank propeller CONEMAUGH, Detroit River.
1897, Aug 20 For sale.
c1903 Owned Union Transit Co.
1906, Apr 19 Owned Charles O. Duncan et al, Port Huron.
1907, Apr 3 Owned Phoenix Steamboat Co, Duluth, MN.
1907, Apr 28 Ran into Port Huron dock.
1908, Jan 13 Burned Algonac, MI.
1908, Aug 25 Owned New York Steamship Co, Detroit.
1908, Jul 3 Rebuilt as bulk freighter, 1345 gross / 1274 net tons; 2200 gross ton capacity; owned A. W. Ferguson, Detroit.
1910, Oct 1 Lost.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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