Named for Village of Douglas, MI.
1882, Apr 24 Inspected & enrolled Grand Haven, MI.
1882, Oct 6 Owned R. M. Moore & Philetus Purdy, Saugatuck, MI.
1883 Ran Chicago, Saugatuck & Douglas.
1883, Sep 24 Grounded near Saugatuck.
1886 Rebuilt; 2 decks; passenger & package freight; 225 tons; owned Thompson Line, St. Clair, MI.
1889, Dec 16 Owned R. B. & Lewis McElroy, McElroy Transportation Co., Milwaukee, WI; ran Milwaukee & Muskegon; ran Milwaukee - Muskegon.
1892, Jun 12 Collision with & sinking of ALICE E. WILDS off Milwaukee, WI.
1894, Apr 16 Enrolled Marquette; owned Soo Line Railroad Co.; F. D. Underwood, president; may have run Gladstone - Menominee, MI.
1895, Apr 8 Owned John S. Thompson, St. Clair, MI, Cleveland & Oscoda Transportation Co.; Thompson Line with PILGRIM; ran Detroit & St. Clair River to North Lake Huron ports through 1900.
1901 Rebuilt, Marine City or St. Clair as steam barge carring lumber; cabin's removed; 230.46 gross / 123.21 net tons; capacity 200,000 feet lumber.
1907, Jul 31 Grounded Walpole Island, Detroit River.
1907, Oct 31 Sank Lake St. Clair; raised following Mar by Harris Baker.
1908, Sep 25 Owned Harris W. Baker, Detroit, MI.
1914, Apr 16 Owned John Ginzel, Wyandotte; sand & gravel work.
1916 Laid up.
1920, Mar 30 Abandoned, Detroit District.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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