1887 Feb 2 Launched, $130,000.
1887 Jun 1 Enroll Cleveland, OH.
1888, Jun 12 Bound Escanaba - Ashtabula, ran aground on 11' shoal, 2 miles southwest Peninsula Point Light, Lake Michigan.
1889, Sep 17 Returned to Cleveland from Astabula after 36 cargoes aggregating nearly 90,000 gross tons ore & record of close to 40,000 miles.
1899, Jul 27 Owned National Steel Co.
1901, Jun 3 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Co, W. Virginia; in ore & coal trade.
1910, Jan 7 Reported owned Port Huron & Duluth Steamship Co. to be converted to package freighter.
1910 Rebuilt as passenger freighter at Milwaukee, WI; 2425 gross / 1813 net tons.
1910, Apr 21 Towed Milwaukee - Cleveland, OH to have cabin work finished at Globe yards.
1910, May 24 Renamed LAKELAND.
1910, Sep 20 Beached after collision with barge JOHN SMEATON, Little Rapids Cut, St.Mary's River.
1915 Running Duluth - Port Huron.
1917, Mar 8 Owned Northwestern Steamship Co., Port Huron.
1919, Jun 28 Owned Frank J Peterson, Cleveland, OH & George A. Collinge, Conneaut, OH.
1920, Jan 19 Owned Tri-State Steamship Co., Lake County, OH.
1924, Dec 11 Documents surrendered; lost / foundered, no lives lost.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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