Registry and Rig Information
Dimensions and Tonnage
|History||Sold at U.S. Marshall's sale, Chicago, to Francis Bloodgood, Jr., of Milwaukee, and resold to or he represented owner (Wisconsin & Michigan Steamship Co.).Under charter, 1933, to Goodrich-West Ports Steamship Co.
During dismantling at Muskegon on March 16, 1947, five firemen were asphyxiated and nine others hospitalized by a fire. Hull was listed downbound past Detroit, July 20, 1947, in tow of tugs HELENA and MCQUEEN, and was scrapped by Steel Co., of Canada, Ltd., at Hamilton, Ont., in 1947.
|Disposition||Laid up at Muskegon, MI, c.1940. Hulls stripped, and engine removed in 1943, for use in Ford barges being reconverted at New Orleans.|
|Builder||Chicago Ship Building Co.|
|Place Built||Chicago, IL|
|Name||Begin Date||End Date||Registry||Official Number|
|Northern Michigan Transportation Co.||1899-00-00||1921-00-00||U.S.||100680|
|Chicago, Racine & Milwaukee Line||1921-00-00||1922-00-00||U.S.||100680|
|Goodrich Transit Co.||1922-00-00||1933-00-00||U.S.||100680|
|Wisconsin & Michigan Steamship Co.||1933-00-00||1936-00-00||U.S.||100680|
|Sand Products Corp.||1936-00-00||1940-00-00||U.S.||100680|
|Wisconsin & Michigan Steamship Co.||1940-00-00||1947-00-00||U.S.||100680|
|Fisher Steel & Supply Co.||1947-00-00||1947-00-00||U.S.||100680|