1887 Oct 1 Launched.
1887 Oct 6 Enrolled Port Huron; built for ore & coal trade; cost $125,000; US85977.
1893, Jul 20 Fire damage at St. Paul & Western Dock, Connors Point.
1894 Towed barge BIWABIK.
1897 Rebuilt & lengthened to 277.2' probably Bay City, MI; 2,320 ton capacity.
1897, Nov 25 Stranded on rocks North Manitou Island.
1897, Dec 3 Released by wrecking tug FAVORITE; repaired Milwaukee.
1902 Owned F.T. Bentley, Chicago, IL.
1904 May 18 Owned Mills Transportation Company; Henry McMoran, agent,
Port Huron, MI; towed barge CHECOTAH; 1296 HP.
1910, Apr 13 Owned Harris W. Baker, Detroit, MI.
1911, May 4 Owned H.W. Baker & Richard Pipkorn, Alpena, MI.
1914, Mar 20 Owned Richard Pipkorn, Alpena & Helen McDougall, Detroit.
1917, Apr 25 Owned William Spencer, Erie, PA.
1917, May 29 Owned Henry E.Fish, Masonic Temple, Erie, PA.
1918, Feb 4 Owned Central Steam Ship Company, Duluth, MN.
1919, Jun 13 Stranded & heavily damaged Dead Man's Rock, Lake Superior (also reported as Flatland Island, ONT); salvaged by Whalen Interests, Port Arthur, ONT & claimed for salvage bill.
1920 Owned James Whalen, Canadian Towing & Wrecking, Fort William, ONT C138863.
1923 Owned Dominion Towing & Salvage; cut down to barge; renamed GREEN
RIVER; 275 x 40 x 22', 1750 gross tons, 1681 net tons.
1930 Owned Sincennes-MacNaughton (Sin-Mac), Montreal, QUE.
1931 Stripped, scuttled Thunder Bay.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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