1896, May 23 Launched.
1896 Built to carry lumber & grain through Welland Canal.
1898, Oct Stranded near Cascade Rapids, released with damaged hull.
1898-00 Chartered to Atlantic Coast Steamship Co. of New York.
1900-02 Back to lakes; Argo Steamship Co., registered New Fairport, OH.
1903 Owned Atlantic Coast Lumber Co., NY; registered New York City.
1903-21 Operated Atlantic Coast.
1921 Back to lakes; owned Prindiville & Co., Chicago.
1921, Nov 17 Stranded Salmon Point, Lake Ontario; bound Chicago to Montreal with corn.
1922 Salvaged by John E. Russell & purchased by International Waterways Navigation Co. (John Russell & Robert Campbell) of Montreal; C150811.
1927 Converted to self-unloading sandsucker Canadian Vickers, Montreal; 249.3 x 41.9 x 15.3; 1643 gross/963 net tons.
1929-34 Owned Essex Transit Co., Ford, ONT; used in sand trade until Great Depression.
1935 Owned Eugene Lefebvre Montreal.
1937 Owned Sterling Construction Co., Ltd (Essex Transist Co., Windsor, ONT; idle until 1941.
1941 Owned Tees Transit Co. (Capt. Thomas A. Tees), Hamilton & made self-unloading bulk freighter at Muir Brothers Dry Dock Co., Ltd, Pt. Dalhousie; carried coal & cement.
1945 Hull damaged & laid up for winter.
1946 Owned George M. Davidson, Bayswater Shipping Co.; renamed BAYANNA.
1958, Aug Grounded near Lachine, hull damaged.
1960 Received forward cabin, stack, & foremast from self-unloader COLLIER.
1962, Nov 9 Grounded Trenton, hull damaged.
1962, Dec 7 Stranded off Belleville, ONT, Bay of Quinte.
1963, Dec 10 Refloated; taken to Deseronto, scrapped by P.E. Larose Williamsburg, ONT.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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