Intended for Passenger, mail & packet service; ran Toronto, Kingston & Prescott.
1843 Ran Toronto - Niagara stopping at Queenston & Lewiston.
1850 Rebuilt, replacing wooden paddle wheels with iron; on Canadian Mail Line.
1853 Lost her tow in a squall outside Oswego, NY.
1854 Registered Montreal; 349 tons.
1855 Sunk in Hatters Bay Near Kingston, ONT; raised 1858.
1858, Nov Ashore at Oswego with cargo wheat.
1861 Owned Abbey Brothers, Port Robinson, ONT.
1861 Owned Carruthers, Toronto.
1862 Received cabins of MISSISSIPPI (1853).
1863 Operated Grand Haven & Racine, Lake Michigan.
1863 Badly damaged by fire at Niagara; sold to Wards, Detroit, MI; rebuilt by H.G. Garrett, Jones yard; 2 decks, 1 mast, original engines overhauled; new boilers 163 x 22.1 x 11'; 624 tons; renamed RACINE.
1864, May 1 Relaunched at Detroit.
1864, Fall Owned E.M. Carruthers & Perry, Montreal, QUE; reregistered Canadian; ran Collingwood - Lake Superior on Lake Superior Royal Mail Line; renamed ALGOMA.
1866 17 trips to Lake Superior; overhauled or rebuilt Detroit in Sep.
1867 Struck rock & grounded off Sandy Island, Lake Superior.
1869 Ran weekly Collingwood - Bruce Mines & intermediate ports; 787.56 gross tons; 623 net tons.
1870 Overhauled in Detroit; returned to Collingwood.
1870 Chartered with CHICORA to ferry Manitoba bound troops to Fort William; Jul, carried 80 tons freight, 40 excursionists & several men of 21st Battalion.
1871 14 round trips Collingwood - Fort William.
1872 Overhauled & repainted.
1873 Owned Francis Smith, Collingwood.
1874 Machinery broke 5 miles SE Lonely Island, Georgian Bay.
1875 Broke crank of paddle shaft.
1877, Aug Dismantled.
1877, Winter Foundered Collingwood, Lake Huron; recovered.
1881 Collingwood to North Shore ports.
1882, May 25 Gone to boneyard near Collingwood.
1888 Dismantled Collingwood.
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