1867, May 29 Enrolled Chicago, IL; ran Milwaukee - Grand Haven & Lake Superior.
1868 Owned Detroit & Cleveland Steamboat Co, Chicago; ran Detroit - Cleveland.
1869, Feb 3 New arches, vessel strengthened at Campbell, Owen & Co. drydock, Chicago.
1870, Aug Machinery broke, Lake Erie.
1874, Aug Aground Bois Blanc Island, Detroit River.
1874, Oct Collision with tug L.P. SMITH at Cleveland.
1875, Jul 15 Engine cylinder head blew out; towed to Detroit.
1875, Dec 19 Burned.
1876, Jan REengined by that of DETROIT (1859) & rebuilt Detroit Dry Dock.
1877 Damaged by fire at dock.
1880, Nov Collision with barge PROGRESS at Bois Blanc Island.
1885 Owned Red Star Line, Detroit; rebuilt as day boat; renamed GREYHOUND; ran Detroit - Cleveland & Port Huron.
1886, Apr 5 Rebuilt, 241.4 x 33.6 x 10.4', 621 gross tons; engine rebuilt by W.A. Fletcher Works, two 15'6" x 12'6" boilers by John McGregor.
1898, Aug 18 Engine wrecked, St. Clair River; repaired Riverside Iron Works, Detroit; new feathering wheels.
1899 Owned White Star Line, Detroit.
1900 Ran Sugar Island Route.
1902, Apr 30 Changed to barge at Detroit, 478 gross tons; owned Joseph H. Berry, Grosse Pointe, MI.
1904 Sank in slip, Detroit.
1905, Jun 5 Raised.
1908 Abandoned, burned.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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