Registry and Rig Information
Dimensions and Tonnage
||Reconstructed in winter, 1921-1922 (3554 gross - 2719 net). Work done by Rudd Machine Co., Cleveland, OH.
||In collision, September 18, 1925, with steamer J.J.H. BROWN, about 700 feet below St. Clair Canal buoys, in Lake St. Clair. YOSEMITE was upbound with coal and settled on bottom west bank of river. Tug ABNER C. HARDING and lighter RESCUE lightered 800 tons of coal and vessel was refloated on September 19th. Taken to Toledo to unload cargo, she struck Ash Consul Street Bridge on departing Toledo, September 21, doing considerable damage to bridge. Was taken to Lorain for repairs by American Ship Building Co.
||Sold to Boston Metals Co., 1953. Scrapped at Buffalo, NY, in 1954.
||Detroit Ship Building Co.