Registry and Rig Information
Dimensions and Tonnage
|Rebuilds||Rebuilt, Milwaukee, WI, April 21, 1888 (165.33 x 28.33 x 12.33; 710.35 gross - 516.52 net). Rebuilt, Chicago, IL, May 10, 1895 (185.42 x 33.25 x 12.50; 835.20 gross - 588.14 net).|
|History||First enrollment issued at Cleveland, OH, August 3, 1870.Government records give Cleveland, OH, as place of build. American Bureau of Shipping indicates Ogdensburg, NY. A newspaper article dated June 20, 1870, cites a \"new barge\" going to Cleveland to receive her machinery. A.C. Keating was an Ogdensburg builder.
Vessel was renamed CITY OF CHARLEVOIX at Milwaukee, WI, on April 21, 1888, and KANSAS at Duluth, MN, on March 14, 1904.
As CHAMPLAIN: Burned at Fishermans Island, Grand Traverse Bay, Lake Michigan, on June 17, 1887; twenty-two lives lost. Hull towed into Harbor Springs, MI, then taken to Milwaukee, WI, for rebuilding.
As CITY OF CHARLEVOIX: Stranded in thick, smoky weather, September 7, 1894, three miles north of Charlevoix, MI; $2500 loss. Stranded on reef at Northport, MI, October 4, 1903; released next day.
|Disposition||Burned at Lay-up dock, Manistee, MI, on October 27, 1924. Final enrollment surrendered at Duluth, MN, November 24, 1924.|
|Place Built||Ogdensburg, NY|
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|CITY OF CHARLEVOIX||1888-00-00||1904-00-00||U.S.||5848|