C. Patrick Labadie Collection


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  • MARY (1845, Lakeboat)
    Ship       1845 Enrolled Oswego, New York.
    Ship     1845 Enrolled Oswego, New York.
  • MARSDEN (pre1847, Schooner)
    Ship       1847 In service; Capt. McCullam.
    Ship     1847 In service; Capt. McCullam.
  • MARINER (pre1845, Schooner)
    Ship       1845, Oct 8 For sale at auction, Kingston, ONT.
    Ship     1845, Oct 8 For sale at auction, Kingston, ONT.
  • FORESTER (1846, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 13 Nov 1865; Dimensions (LBD): 62' x 17' 6" x 0' ; 1846 Enrolled Detroit, MI; first vessel built on Muskegon Lake. 1846, Oct 15 Cleared Chicago, IL for buffalo, NY with 4,700 bushels wheat. 1846, Oct 28 Ashore in Straits. 1852, Apr 2 Aground Muskegon, MI, Lake ...
    Ship     Final Date: 13 Nov 1865; Dimensions (LBD): 62' x 17' 6" x 0' ; 1846 Enrolled Detroit, MI; first vessel built on Muskegon Lake. 1846, Oct 15 Cleared Chicago, IL ...
  • MARCURE, PETER (1841, Sloop)
    Ship       1841 - 1846 Enrolled Detroit, MI.
    Ship     1841 - 1846 Enrolled Detroit, MI.
  • GENERAL WORTH (1848, Brigantine)
    Ship       Other Names: JOHN RABER; Final Date: 10 Sep 1895; Dimensions (LBD): 118' x 25' x 10' ; 1848 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1849, Oct 20 Collided with steamer SUPERIOR off Fox Island, Lake Michigan; repaired at Beaver Island. 1850, Jun 8 Collided with steamer LOUISIANA on St. Clair River; badly damaged. ...
    Ship     Other Names: JOHN RABER; Final Date: 10 Sep 1895; Dimensions (LBD): 118' x 25' x 10' ; 1848 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1849, Oct 20 Collided with steamer SUPERIOR off Fox ...
  • JUSTICE BUTTERFIELD (1847, Schooner)
    Ship       Dubious vessel.
    Ship     Dubious vessel.
  • HANDY, T.P. (1849, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 14 Oct 1860; Dimensions (LBD): 116' 10" x 23' 11" x 9' 1" ; 1849, Nov Ran Waukegan - Detroit. 1851, Apr 7 Aground Chicago, IL. 1851, Sep 2 Damaged by fire at Tonawanda, Lake Erie. 1851, Oct 4 Owned William Jones, Black River, OH. 1852 Carried 10,522 ...
    Ship     Final Date: 14 Oct 1860; Dimensions (LBD): 116' 10" x 23' 11" x 9' 1" ; 1849, Nov Ran Waukegan - Detroit. 1851, Apr 7 Aground Chicago, IL. 1851, Sep ...
  • MONTREAL, HMS (pre1846, Schooner)
    Ship       1846 140 tons old style. 1846, Aug 11 Sold at public auction. 1852, Oct 26 Ashore East Sister Island, ONT, Lake Erie.
    Ship     1846 140 tons old style. 1846, Aug 11 Sold at public auction. 1852, Oct 26 Ashore East Sister Island, ONT, Lake Erie.
  • MORNING STAR (1845, Sloop)
    Ship       Final Date: Jul 1849; Dimensions (LBD): 60' 4" x 17' x 4' 3" ; 1846, Jun 19 Enrolled at Detroit, MI. 1846, Jul 7 Owned John B. Rogers, Detroit. 1847, Aug 4 Owned Philip Buzzard, Detroit. 1849, Apr 3 Owned Daniel Meisel, Detroit 1849, Jul Sank at Sandusky Bay, OH, ...
    Ship     Final Date: Jul 1849; Dimensions (LBD): 60' 4" x 17' x 4' 3" ; 1846, Jun 19 Enrolled at Detroit, MI. 1846, Jul 7 Owned John B. Rogers, Detroit. 1847, ...
  • MONTGOMERY (1847, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: Nov 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 113' 2" x 25' 3" x 10' 6.5" ; 1847 Enrolled Cleveland, OH; cost $9,920; Reindeer Line. 1851, Jul 18 Owned A.H. Barney & R.H. Blue, Cleveland. 1853 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1856, Nov Wrecked Lake Ontario; owned E.A. Bruce, Chicago, IL.; Original Owner: D. ...
    Ship     Final Date: Nov 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 113' 2" x 25' 3" x 10' 6.5" ; 1847 Enrolled Cleveland, OH; cost $9,920; Reindeer Line. 1851, Jul 18 Owned A.H. Barney & ...
  • MONTEREY (1847, Schooner)
    Ship       1847 - 53 Four enrollments, Lewiston District.
    Ship     1847 - 53 Four enrollments, Lewiston District.
  • MISHAWAKA (1846, Steamer)
    Ship       1846 Enrolled Detroit, MI; reportedly built as a schooner & converted to steam.
    Ship     1846 Enrolled Detroit, MI; reportedly built as a schooner & converted to steam.
  • DUNCOMBE, D. (pre1848, Schooner)
    Ship       1848 Noted during season running Buffalo, NY - Port Rowan, ONT with lumber.
    Ship     1848 Noted during season running Buffalo, NY - Port Rowan, ONT with lumber.
  • MOHAWK (1843, Steamer)
    Ship       Other Names: SIR JAMES KEMPT; Final Date: 6 Jul 1884; Dimensions (LBD): 99' x 19' 6" x 9' 10" ; 1843 Built England, assembled Kingston, ONT; first iron warship in the world. 1843, Feb 21 Launched. 1846, May 14 Lengthened 30' at Fowler & Hood Marine Railway, Kingston, ONT; 130 ...
    Ship     Other Names: SIR JAMES KEMPT; Final Date: 6 Jul 1884; Dimensions (LBD): 99' x 19' 6" x 9' 10" ; 1843 Built England, assembled Kingston, ONT; first iron warship in ...
  • MONTREAL (1843, Steamer)
    Ship       Other Names: BRITANNIA; Final Date: 1863; Dimensions (LBD): 92' x 17' x 7' ; She usually operated on Montreal-Ottawa-Kingston triangle 1844 Owned T. Maxwell. 1846 Owned S.W. Brady. 1848 Renamed BRITANNIA. 1850, Apr 17 Owned J.A. Glassford & James Archibald Walker. 1854 Owned M.K. Dickinson, Ottawa, ONT. 1855 Owned M. ...
    Ship     Other Names: BRITANNIA; Final Date: 1863; Dimensions (LBD): 92' x 17' x 7' ; She usually operated on Montreal-Ottawa-Kingston triangle 1844 Owned T. Maxwell. 1846 Owned S.W. Brady. 1848 Renamed ...
  • MONTEREY (1847, Lakeboat)
    Ship       1847 - 49 Three enrollments, Oswego, NY.
    Ship     1847 - 49 Three enrollments, Oswego, NY.
  • MONTEITH, WILLIAM (1847, Brigantine)
    Ship       Final Date: 14 Oct 1854; 1847, Sep 13 Collided with & sunk schooner COUSIN 10 miles above Erie, PA. 1848, Jul Ran Buffalo from Southport with wheat. 1848, Oct 16 At Chicago. 1849 Buffalo Creek District; 261.79 tons. 1854, Oct 14 Wrecked Lake Erie; owned E.K. Bruce, Buffalo, NY.; Final ...
    Ship     Final Date: 14 Oct 1854; 1847, Sep 13 Collided with & sunk schooner COUSIN 10 miles above Erie, PA. 1848, Jul Ran Buffalo from Southport with wheat. 1848, Oct 16 ...
  • MILLS, PEARL (1849, Lakeboat)
    Ship       1849 Enrolled Oswego, NY.
    Ship     1849 Enrolled Oswego, NY.
  • MINT (1843, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: Aug 1850; Dimensions (LBD): 76' x 13' 6" x 4' 6" ; 1843, Aug 28 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1844, Nov Aground Milwaukee, WI, Lake Michigan. 1845, Nov 22 Ashore in gale off mouth of Kalamazoo River; released. 1850, Aug Lost, stranded & broke up south of Calumet Harbor, ...
    Ship     Final Date: Aug 1850; Dimensions (LBD): 76' x 13' 6" x 4' 6" ; 1843, Aug 28 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1844, Nov Aground Milwaukee, WI, Lake Michigan. 1845, Nov 22 ...
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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.