SNOOK, T.W. (1873, Steambarge)


Year of Build:
1873
Official Number:
24949
Construction and Ownership
Built at:
Mt. Clemens, MI
Vessel Type:
Steambarge
Note: Houses aft.
Hull Materials:
Wood
Number of Decks:
1
Builder Name:
Frank C. Leighton
Original Owner and Location:
T.W. Snook, Mt. Clemens
Power
Power:
Sail
Number of Masts:
1
Propulsion:
Screw
Engine Type:
High Pressure (including HPNC)
# Cylinders:
1
Propulsion Notes:
16 x 18", 260hp @ 120rpm engine from ARIZONA (1867).
Dimensions
Length:
133.6'
Beam:
24.1'
Depth:
9.2'
Tonnage (gross):
168.54
Tonnage (net):
124.19
Capacity:
200,000' lumber
Final Disposition
Final Location:
St. Clair River.
Date:
  1921
How:
Abandoned.
History

1873, Jun Launched from John A. Saunders shipyard; towed ARIZONA.

1873, Nov 15 Ashore near Alcona, MI.

1878 Opened Straits.

1879 Owned C.H. Cook et al, Whitehall, MI.

1880 Repaired & refastened; ran Chicago, IL to Whitehall, MI & between.

1882 Owned Cook & Martin, Whitehall.

1883, Fall Holed at South Haven, MI.

1884 Owned C.M. Cook, Montague; rebuilt.

1888 Owned W.E. Rice, VanBuskirk et al, St. Clair.

1890, Mar 19 Owned G. Griffen, Oscoda, MI; 133.6 x 27.7', 168 gross tons.

1891, Apr 22 Owned William Crockett, St. Clair, MI.

1892, Apr 22 Owned G.G. Griffith, Oscoda.

1894, May 10 Owned Harris W. Baker, Detroit; rebuilt as wrecker.

1916 Owned D.W. Lockhart, Sandusky, OH; rebuilt as sand dredge; used on Lake Erie.

1919 Owned Joseph A. Boland, Buffalo, NY.

1920 Owned Mae Lockhart, Detroit.

1921 Abandoned St. Clair River.

Notes
From the Collection of:
C. Patrick Labadie
Contact
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
USA
(989)356-6188

SNOOK, T.W. (1873, Steambarge)
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SNOOK, T.W. (1873, Steambarge)