1871, Oct Launched.
1871, Oct 16 Enrolled Sandusky, OH.
1872, Jun Collided with & sunk tug ODDFELLOW.
1873 Owned George A. Marsh, Sandusky, OH.
1877, Aug 11 Inspected Sandusky, owned Marsh & Co., Sandusky; HPNC 20 x 22" engine; 1 tubular boiler 6.5 x 12' @ 90# steam by Philip Riter Boiler Works; 15 passenger capacity.
1879 Owned A.L. Marsh, Sandusky.
1880, Nov 2 To Leamington, ONT to raise hull of LAKE BREEZE.
1881 Repaired & repainted.
1887 Owned Eliza Cornwall, Port Huron District.
1887, Oct Struck International Bridge at Sault Ste. Marie, towing raft of logs.
1891, Aug 24 Owned J.C. Helms & A.F. Swanstrom, Duluth, MN.
1893 Owned Smith Fee Tug Co.; chartered to Stevens; repaired.
1893, Aug 12 Owned B.B. Inman Tug Line, Duluth.
1895, Mar 2 Owned J.C. Helm & A.F. Swanstrom.
1898, Jan 18 Owned D.E. Stevens, Duluth.
1899, Oct Blamed for collision of steamer PEERLESS & schooner STEWART.
1906 Owned James Pryor, Houghton, MI.
1909 Owned A.S. McDonald, Duluth.
1910 Owned Zenith Dredge Co., Duluth, A.S. McDonald; reboilered Brothers Co. firebox boiler.
1930's Laid up durning depression, Zenith Dredge Shipyard.
1939 In commission at Houghton, MI.
1937, Aug 4 Holed & sank, Keweenaw Penisula enroute to Portage Canal; raised week or 2 later; repaired Houghton.
1940 Dismantled; hull sank as breakwater, Amnicon River.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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