C. Patrick Labadie Collection
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  • MARENGO (1831, Schooner)
        1831, Jun 30 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1835, Nov Beached in Grand Traverse Bay, MI; little damage. 1838, Jun 27 Capsized, Lake Erie.; Original Owner: Oliver Newberry
      1831, Jun 30 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1835, Nov Beached in Grand Traverse ...
  • FRANKLIN (c1835, Schooner)
        1835 - 42 Four enrollments, Chicago, IL. 1835 Enrolled Cape Vincent, NY. 1835, Oct Aground, upper Lakes. 1840 In service Chicago, IL - Buffalo, NY in grain trade. 1841, Sep 30 Ashore Long Point; released.
      1835 - 42 Four enrollments, Chicago, IL. 1835 Enrolled Cape Vincent, NY. ...
  • DUGAN, JOHN (1837, Schooner)
        Other Names: RACHEL; TWO BROTHERS; Also noted as built Prescott, ONT by George S. Weeks. 1846 Rebuilt Kingston, ONT; renamed RACHEL, 120 tons. 1851, Dec 1 Sunk, Welland Canal with flour. 1854 Rebuilt, owned McDonald & Co., Toronto, ONT; renamed TWO BROTHERS. 1863 Owned William McDonald, Wallaceburg, ONT; 224 tons; ...
      Other Names: RACHEL; TWO BROTHERS; Also noted as built Prescott, ONT by ...
  • EAGLE (1837, Schooner)
        Final Date: 5 Nov 1838; Dimensions (LBD): 67' 6" x 18' x 6' 2" ; 1837 Rebuilt, Buffalo, NY; owned William C. Davison & James Sloan. 1838 Owned William & John Davison, Buffalo. 1838, Nov 5 Wrecked, Lake Erie.; Final Location: Elk Creek, near Erie, PA. Lake Erie., Wrecked.; Driven ...
      Final Date: 5 Nov 1838; Dimensions (LBD): 67' 6" x 18' x ...
  • MORGIANA (pre1836, Schooner)
        1836 Enrolled Oswego, NY. 1841 Contracted to take the first shipment of 4,100 bushels wheat from Lucas County, OH to Buffalo, NY.
      1836 Enrolled Oswego, NY. 1841 Contracted to take the first shipment of ...
  • MITCHELL, A.C. (1839, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 54' x 22.5' x 5.5' ; 1839, Jul 3 Enrolled, Detroit, MI. 1840 Damaged, Lake Erie. 1841, Apr 3 Owned William J. Willard & Lusher Gay, Troy, NY. 1841, Oct 19 Owned William H. Harbeck, New York, NY. 1847 Enrolled, Chicago, IL. ; Original Owner: Edward C. Bernard ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 54' x 22.5' x 5.5' ; 1839, Jul 3 Enrolled, ...
  • NORTH AMERICA (1832, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 68' x 18' 9" x 6' 9" ; 1832 Enrolled Sackett's Harbor. 1835, Mar 23 Owned Luther Wright. 1836, May 10 Enrolled Sacketts Harbor as new; may be rebuild or different vessel. 1837, May 12 Owned Norman Little et al, Buffalo, NY. 1840, Apr 24 Owned Thomas P. ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 68' x 18' 9" x 6' 9" ; 1832 Enrolled ...
  • NONSUCH (1834, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1837; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 30' x 0' ; 1834, Jun 28 First arrived Kingston; ran Ottawa River. 1837 Abandoned.; Original Owner: Ottawa & Rideau Forwarding Co.
      Final Date: 1837; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 30' x 0' ; 1834, ...
  • HARRISON (1839, Schooner)
        1846, Dec 3 Ashore near Buffalo Harbor, Lake Erie. 1848, Mar 15 Lost anchor & chain at Buffalo. 1854, Oct 22 Wrecked, Twenty Mile Creek, ONT. 1848, Aug Owned Smith & Brother, Maumee City, OH; ran Toledo - Buffalo. 1848, Dec 3 Lost deckload, leaking at Buffalo. 1852, Sep 19 ...
      1846, Dec 3 Ashore near Buffalo Harbor, Lake Erie. 1848, Mar 15 ...
  • BY, JOHN (1832, Steamer)
        Final Date: 25 Oct 1833; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 26' x 0' ; Regular route, York (Toronto) - Kingston, ONT; one of earliest sternwheelers; one of first high pressure engines.; Original Owner: Robert Drummond; Final Location: near Port Credit, close to Toronto, ONT. Lake Ontario., Wrecked on shore.
      Final Date: 25 Oct 1833; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 26' x 0' ...
  • MILWAUKIE (1836, Other)
        Final Date: 16 Nov 1842; Dimensions (LBD): 113' x 26' 8" x 10' 6" ; 1836, May 16 Enrolled Buffalo, NY; ran Buffalo - Lake Michigan. 1836, Oct 1 Collision with schooner HUDSON in Buffalo gale; repaired. 1836, Dec 15 Aground at Sandusky, OH with TEXAS. 1837, May 29 Owned ...
      Final Date: 16 Nov 1842; Dimensions (LBD): 113' x 26' 8" x ...
  • LADY OF THE LAKE (1833, Steamer)
        Dimensions (LBD): 57' 6" x 10' x 4' 8" ; 1833, Aug 19 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1836, Oct 29 Owned Justin Rice et al, Detroit. 1837, Mar 24 Owned Elliott Gray, George W. Gallagher & Justin Rice, Detroit. 1839, Jul 17 Owned Lewis Davenport, Detroit.; Original Owner: Hopley Drew et ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 57' 6" x 10' x 4' 8" ; 1833, Aug ...
  • LADY COLBOURNE (1833, Steamer)
        Dimensions (LBD): 80' x 17' x 0' ; 1838, Dec 4 Burned at her dock, Windsor, ONT; owned Duncan McGregor, Chatham, ONT. 1847, Jun 16 Collided with steamer PIONEER near Sorel, QUE; one died.
      Dimensions (LBD): 80' x 17' x 0' ; 1838, Dec 4 Burned ...
  • KEEFER (1830, Schooner)
        Final Date: 3 Nov 1855; 1846 Rebuilt Port Dalhousie, ONT. 1853, Nov 24 Ashore Thirty Mile Point, 1,660 barrels flour. 1854 Topsail schooner; owned T. Dick & Co., Toronto, ONT. 1855, Nov 1 Wrecked, Erie, PA.; Final Location: Erie Harbor, Erie PA. Lake Erie.; Bound for Toronto, drove on reef ...
      Final Date: 3 Nov 1855; 1846 Rebuilt Port Dalhousie, ONT. 1853, Nov ...
  • EAGLE (1839, Schooner)
        Final Date: 18 Apr 1848; Dimensions (LBD): 65' x 17' 8" x 3' ; 1839, May 16 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1841, Jul 21 Owned L.M. Mason, Port Huron, MI. 1843, Jul 18 Owned George W. Goodwin & Anthony Morass, Port Huron.; Original Owner: S. A. Jones; Final Location: 20 miles ...
      Final Date: 18 Apr 1848; Dimensions (LBD): 65' x 17' 8" x ...
  • EAGLE (1831, Steamer)
        Dimensions (LBD): 140' x 24' x 9' 6" ; 1846, May Wrecked Metane, QUE.
      Dimensions (LBD): 140' x 24' x 9' 6" ; 1846, May Wrecked ...
  • HIGHLANDER (1834, Steamer)
        1846 Rebuilt; ran Montreal, QUE - Toronto, ONT. 1849, Nov 12 Broke machinery, St. Lawrence River. 1853, Apr Broke machinery, Kingston; disabled for some time. Gone by 1858.
      1846 Rebuilt; ran Montreal, QUE - Toronto, ONT. 1849, Nov 12 Broke ...
  • GENERAL THORNTON (1837, Schooner)
        Final Date: 31 Aug 1850; Dimensions (LBD): 56' x 15' x 7' ; 1838 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1841, Jun 28 Owned Micajah Chancey & Charles Harding. 1843, Jul 26 Owned Theodore E. Phelps, Van Buren County. 1845, May 13 Owned John P. Chapin, Chicago, IL. 1846, Jun 2 Owned John ...
      Final Date: 31 Aug 1850; Dimensions (LBD): 56' x 15' x 7' ...
  • CONSTELLATION (1837, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1848; Dimensions (LBD): 150' 6" x 28' 6" x 12' 1" ; 1837, Apr 1 Launched, ran Buffalo, NY - Chicago, IL. 1837, Jul 19 Owned Andrew Cochrane et al. 1838, Apr 27 Owned Rufus C. Palmer et al. 1840 Engine damaged. 1842, Jun 29 Altered & repaired, ...
      Final Date: 1848; Dimensions (LBD): 150' 6" x 28' 6" x 12' ...
  • NEW YORK (1833, Steamer)
        Final Date: 20 Dec 1841; Dimensions (LBD): 141' 1" x 24' x 10' 2" ; 1833, Jun 20 Launched; ran Buffalo, NY - Detroit, MI. 1833, May 10 Enrolled Buffalo. 1834, May 28 Collision with ENTERPRISE at Dunkirk, Lake Erie. 1834, Jul Burst steam pipe, Lake Erie. 1836 Sailed on ...
      Final Date: 20 Dec 1841; Dimensions (LBD): 141' 1" x 24' x ...
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C. Patrick Labadie Collection


The Thunder Bay Sanctuary Research Collection is an unusual one and reputed to be one of the finest in the country regarding Great Lakes Maritime History. It represents one of the largest single repositories of historical material concerning 19th Century Great Lakes vessels in existence. Mr. Pat Labadie compiled much of this collection over the course of 40 years, with a deliberate goal of indexing every vessel to sail the lakes between 1800 and 1900. The collection has since grown to over 30,000 vessel images and data on approximately 14,000 individual vessels. This makes Alpena one of only a few sites in the country that has a collection of this magnitude. Mr. Labadie donated his collection to the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary & Underwater Preserve. The collection is housed at the Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library.