Registry and Rig Information
Dimensions and Tonnage
|Rebuilds||Remeasured, Cape Vincent, NY, April 2, 1865 (138 x 27.58 x 11; 345.59 gross - 328.32 net).|
|History||First enrollment issued at French Creek, NY, District of Cape Vincent, April 26, 1864.Final U.S. enrollment surrendered at Port Huron, MI, June 9, 1910, and endorsed \"sold alien.\"
Dropped from enrollment, Sandusky, OH, November 11, 1890, and endorsed \"abandoned.\" Redocumented at Port Huron, MI, June 6, 1892.
Driven ashore on Middle Island, MI, Lake Huron, on November 2, 1890, while seeking shelter from gale. Was in tow of tug CRUSADER, bound from Escanaba, MI, for Sandusky, OH, with cargo of iron ore at time of casualty. Tug EFFIE L. went out from Alpena, MI, to strip the wreck. No lives lost. Vessel was recovered, apparently the following spring, and rebuilt.
|Disposition||While in tow of propeller FAIRMOUNT, vessel sprang a leak, then tow line parted off Port Maitland, Ontario, Lake Erie, on August 10, 1910; taken in tow by propeller VENEZUELA, but she foundered before she could be beached on Long Point. Was on voyage Walkerville, Ont., for Kingston, with machinery.|
|Place Built||Clayton, NY|
|Name||Begin Date||End Date||Registry|