1853, Oct 18 Enrolled, Buffalo, NY.
1853, Oct 10 Maiden trip Cleveland - Buffalo with flour & merchandise.
1853, Oct 29 Ashore near Long Point.
1854, May 4 Collision with canal boat AUTOCRAT.
1854, Aug Sunk Canadian schooner WATER WITCH in collision upper end of lake; bound Detroit to Goderich, ONT; one lost.
1855, May 7 Owned American Transportation Co, Buffalo, Rufus C. Palmer, President; ran on Lake Erie Line, Buffalo - Detroit, Toledo & Sandusky.
1860, Feb 28 Owned William Williams, Harry Martin & Andrew J. Rich, Buffalo, NY.
1860, Mar 28 Owned John Malcomson, Hamilton, ONT C33517; renamed MAGNET; ran on Lake Ontario.
1863 Refastened & repaired.
1865 Sunk at Cornwall, ONT.
1866, Oct Aground St. Lawrence River.
1866, Nov Collision with schooner FLYING CLOUD, Lake Ontario.
1867 Sunk in collision with steamer BAY STATE 7 miles below Kingston,
grain laden, bound for Montreal, QUE.
1869 Owned Proctor, Montreal, QUE.
1869, Nov Aground Hamilton, Lake Ontario.
1871, Jul 15 Sunk, Lachine Canal, Cote Saint Paul of Jacques Line;
bound to Toronto with peas & flour.
1871, Jul 31 Raised.
1871, Aug 8 Machinery removed, made a barge for lumber trade; owned
1873 Owned Seymour & Gardner, Ogdensburg.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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