1896-1901 Owned Bessemer Steamship Co., Duluth, MN.
1897, May 1 Enrolled Duluth, MN; owned Bessemer Steamship Co. of West Virgina.
1901-36 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Co., Cleveland, OH.
1925 Rebuilt, 366 x 45 x 26; 3040 gross tons, 2958 net tons. Home port Duluth, MN.
1936 Owned Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Co., John P. Geistman, Duluth, MN.
1936-38 Owned Pigeon River Timber Co., Ltd., Port Arthur, ONT, C158269, 366 x 45 x 21.42, 3003 gross tons. Renamed BLANCHE H.
1938-42 Owned Lakehead Transportation Co., Fort William, ONT.
1942-49 Owned Great Lakes Lumber & Shipping Co., Ltd., Fort William, ONT.
1949 Renamed BLACK RIVER; owned Quebec & Ontario Transportation Co., Ltd., QUE.
1952, Nov Rebuilt as single screw diesel bulk carrier by Port Weller Dry Docks Ltd.; 366 x 45.1 x 21.5; 3395 gross tons, 3003 net tons; capacity 2100 cords pulp or 2310 tons. 6 cylinder diesel engine by Burmeister & Wain Ltd., built in 1931, reconditioned at installation; 21 5/8 inch cylinders with 35 7/16 inch stroke, 4 cycle direct drive, 1650 bhp.
1979 Owned Marine Salavage, Ltd., Port Colborne, ONT.
1979, Oct 22 Arrived under own power Rameys Bend, ONT for scrapping, resold instead.
1979-83 Owned Cayman Shipping Corporation, Georgetown, Grand Cayman. Registered in Panama. Renamed TUXPANCLIFFE.
1983, Mar Siezed for dock bills, Houston, TX. Taken to Corpus Christi & scrapped.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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