Registry and Rig Information
Dimensions and Tonnage
|Rebuilds||Rebuilt in 1874. Rebuilt in 1882, no change of tonnage.|
|History||Owner, A.C. Burt, terminal date estimated; possibly more owners between A.C. Burt and Thomas Axworthy.Ashore at Black River (Lorain), OH, August 24, 1871, with cargo of 46,963 bushels oats. Released August 26 by tug SATELLITE.
Ashore on Bois Blanc Island, Straits of Mackinac, c.May 18, 1876; released with minor damage.
While in tow of steamer WILLIAM H. BARNUM, along with consorts I.N. FOSTER and DUROY (which is an incorrect newspaper spelling), about 9 p.m., August 19, 1883, was struck by squall. SUNNY SIDE struck FOSTER, stoving in former's bow; tow line broke two hours later as vessel's stove-in bow filled, and she rolled over and sank in thirty fathoms water. Accident occurred about four miles off North Fox Island, Lake Michigan, and vessel was bound from Escanaba, MI, for Cleveland, OH, with iron ore. No loss of life. Final document surrendered at Cleveland, OH, February 5, 1884, endorsed \"Vessel sunk and abandoned.\"
|Builder||Campbell & Owen|
|Place Built||Detroit, MI|
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