1848 Laid down as ODDFELLOW, launched GLOBE.
1848, Jun 21 Enrolled Detroit; ran Buffalo, NY - Chicago, IL.
1849, Mar 12 Damaged in freshet, Chicago; repaired.
1849, Apr 30 Broke machinery, Euclid Creek, Lake Erie.
1850, May 10 Owned Joshua Maxwell, Buffalo.
1850, Jul Burned on Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron; fire extinguished.
1852 Torn from mooring in flooding with ILLINOIS & BUFFALO.
1852, May Carried 300 - 400 passengers, 3000 barrels flour, pork & beef.
1853 Owned Joshua Maxwell & Amos Pratt, Buffalo, NY.
1853, May 11 Slightly damaged by fire, Detroit River.
1853, Aug 7 Struck by lightning, Lake Huron.
1854, Nov 14 Slightly damaged in collision with vessel at Buffalo.
1855, Jan 13 Aground Milwaukee, WI with LOUISIANA.
1856, Jun 20 Altered from steamboat to propeller by C.A. Van Slyke, Buffalo; capacity 300,000 bushels corn, 1200 tons freight; ran Milwaukee - Buffalo in 81 hours; two oscillating engines, two boilers, cast iron Philadelphia propeller; owned Maxwell & Co.
1856, Sep Damaged in collision with dock, Detroit.
1856, Sep Collision with schooner A.J. RICH, Detroit River.
1856, Oct Struck pier, Milwaukee.
1858, Mar 9 Capsized, Detroit River, 100 cattle lost.
1859, May 14 Owned Robert M. Scanlin & Amos Pratt.
1859, May 6 Owned Albert Helmer, Lockport, NY.
1860, Oct 12 Lost anchor & chain, Point aux Barques, Lake Huron.
1860, Nov 6 Boiler exploded Hales Dock, Chicago; 16 lives lost.
1861, Mar Machinery raised.
1861, Apr Hull raised; reduced to mud scow, Miller's & Hood's Dry Dock.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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