1871, Sep 20 Enrolled Erie, PA.
1871 - 1878 Ran package & passenger trade between Buffalo, New York & Duluth, MN.
1871, Oct Aground Peach Island, Detroit River.
1875 Repainted & repaired.
1876, May 20 Received wooden bottom outside of her iron one.
1878 - 1892 Pooled in Lake Superior Transit Co., same run.
1890, Jan 30 New upper works.
1890, Nov 6 Man thrown overboard in heavy weather, off Eagle Harbor, MI, Lake Superior.
1891, Jun 5 Grounded, upper end of Lake George (Georgian Bay?) flats; cleared.
1891, Jun 4 Aground Lake George Flats, St. Mary's River.
1891, Jun 16 Aground near Drummonds Island, MI.
1891, Sep 22 Struck schooner BYRON WHITAKER in storm on Lake Huron; damaged stem.
1894, Apr 21 In ice, Portage Bay, MI.
1910 Owned Montreal & Lake Erie Steamship Co. (managing owner Jacques & Co., Montreal, QUE) Toronto, ONT; renamed CITY OF HAMILTON, C126526; 220 x 32.5 x 14', 1574 gross tons, 869 net tons; fore & aft compound engine, 22 & 44 x 36", 550hp, 85rpm, Polson Iron Works, Toronto, 1910;
2 Scotch boilers, 10 x 11', 127 pounds, Polson Iron Works, Toronto.
1914 Owned Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., ran Montreal - Toronto - Hamilton express package freight route with sister CITY OF OTTAWA.
1927 Renamed CITY OF WALKERVILLE, withdrawn from service & laid up at Kingston, ONT.
1928 Owned John E. Russell, Toronto; rebuilt as barge, Toronto Dry Dock Company, Ltd, Toronto; 922 gross tons, 216.5 x 32.8 x 14.4'; renamed ROY K. RUSSELL.
1930 Owned Ohio Tanker Corporation, renamed JAPAN; rebuilt as tanker barge, Buffalo Shipbuilding Co., 1239 gross tons.
1932 Owned John E. Russell, Toronto; renamed ROY K.RUSSELL, chartered Llyod Tankers Ltd.
1935 Stranded (possibly due to an explosion) Port Credit, ONT, Lake Ontario.
c.1936 Scrapped Hamilton, ONT.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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