1880, Apr 24 Enrolled Milwaukee, WI.
1882 Owned McCormick & Co., Milwaukee, WI.
1884 Renamed CITY OF GREEN BAY.
1885, Jun Chartered to Wisconsin Central Railroad serving Lake Superior out of Ashland, WI.
1885, Aug Owned McCormick et al & Thomas Hawley.
1885, Oct Owned Thomas Hawley.
1887, Nov 18 Upper works destroyed by fire at dock in Green Bay; rebuilt as propeller, Manitowoc, WI; 134 x 26 x 7.5', 257 gross / 178 net tons.
1891 Owned Haspold, Chicago, IL; ran Lake Superior.
1892, Jun 10 198.74 gross / 121.73 net tons.
1893 Owned J.D. Lundquist, Marinette, WI; 257.23 gross / 178.78 net tons.
1898 Owned Booth P. Co., Chicago.
1902 Owned P.C. Maloney, Green Bay.
1903 Owned M. & P. Transportation Co., Green Bay.
1905 Owned Harts Steamship Line, W.P. Schilling et al, Green Bay.
1908 Owned Green Bay Transit Co.; converted to dredge, Bay City 134 x 22.58 x 7', 208 gross / 142 net tons.
1909, Aug 19 Burned & sunk, Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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