1888, Jul Ran to Chicago on maiden voyage.
1889 Rebuilt as a double decker, deepened 10' at Burger & Burger Shipyard, Manitowoc, WI; full cabin, 476 gross tons, 394 net tons.
1894 Reengined, fore & aft compound, 18", 34" x 26", 485hp, 98rpm by Manistee Iron Works; reboilered at Manitowoc.
1895 Ran Green Bay - Escanaba.
1896, Aug 15 Engine breakdown.
1910 Owned Cook Steam Ship Company, Miami, FL for service between Miami & Jacksonville in oyster business.
1914 Renamed ROWE, home port New London, CT as a "mother ship" & supply tender for a fleet of oyster boats.
1929 Lying at New London dock; owned Companie de Navigation Marina, Panamanian registry, renamed MARINA.
mid 1930s Laid up (retired).
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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