1853 Trip time between Buffalo, NY & Cleveland, OH 13 hours; Burns 1 ton coal every 40 miles.
1853, May 31 First enrolled Cleveland, OH.
1853, Jun 8 Maiden trip, Cleveland - Buffalo.
1853, Jul 22 Owned Alonzo Sprague, Cleveland.
1853, Nov 14 Owned Michigan Southern Rail Road Co., Detroit, MI.
1854, Apr 17 Owned William Foot et al, Buffalo.
1855 Chartered People's Line, ran Buffalo & Chicago, IL.
1856, May 11 Owned Western Transportation Co., Tonawanda, NY.
1860, Nov 30 Broke crank pin & connections off Grand River, OH.
1861, Dec Burned to water's edge, Buffalo.
1861-62 Rebuilt; larager accommodation for freight & more elegant cabins.
1864, Apr 28 Owned Buffalo & Detroit Transportation Co., Buffalo.
1865, May 2 Owned G. Traverse, Buffalo; readmeasured 169.85' x 27' x 11.4'; 622.42 tons.
1870 Towed barge MARQUETTE.
1871, Apr 13 Owned Kelderhouse, Buffalo.
1872, Apr 4 Owned Murdock et al, Bay City, MI.
1872, Sep 24 Reportedly stranded in gale west of Erie, PA.
1872, Nov 23 Hole cut by ice, returned Bay City Nov 27.
1873, Oct 7 Owned Amos Easton, Bay City.
1874, Sep 3 Towed REBECCA, SILVIA MORTON, SOPHIA SMITH, & MCRRIMAC.
1874, Sep 5 Owned Thomas G. Lester, Wenona (Bay City), MI.
1875, Sep 2nd oldest propeller on the Lakes.
1876, May 8 Condemned & dismantled, Detroit.
1877 Removed from under bridges of Bay City, burned.
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