1880, May Launched.
1880, Jul 13 Enrolled Buffalo, NY.
1882 Towed barges R.C. FRYER & S.E. MARVIN Buffalo - Milwaukee, WI, cargo coal.
1883, Jan Machinery overhauled.
1883, Apr Ran Bay City, MI - Chicago, IL with lumber.
1887, Feb 24 Owned Clara Woodruff et al, Buffalo; renamed JOHN C. PRINGLE, 3 masts, towed SCOTIA.
1888, Apr 28 173.5 x 30 x 12'; towed SUNSHINE, SWEETHEART in Marquette ore trade.
1889 Towed SWEETHEART, BEN HARRISON & H.J. WEBB in lumber trade.
1892, Jun 25 Bound Buffalo - Chicago with coal & Italian marble, sunk FRED A. MORSE in collision near Thunder Bay at Alpena, MI.
1894, Apr 7 Owned H. C. Durand, Gratwick, NY.
1895, Apr 27 Owned Granger A. Hollester, Rochester, NY.
1896, Apr 25 Owned Olga Transportation Co., Tonawanda, NY; Edward G. Riestener, secretary.
1907, Mar 29 Owned Richard Burns, Detroit.
1909, Jul 6 Owned H.W. Baker, Detroit,
1909, Aug 3 Owned Hugh R. Havey, Detroit; renamed HUGH R. HAVEY.
1914, Jul 25 Owned Vera L. McDonagh, Detroit.
1917, Jan 15 Owned Sydney C. McLouth, Marine City, MI.
1918, Jun 4 Abandoned; rebuilt as PIERCE MCLOUTH.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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