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  • PRENTICE, JAMES H. (1885, Schooner)
        Official No.: 76581; Final Date: 19 Sep 1934; Dimensions (LBD): 167.6' x 32' x 12.2' ; 1885, June 13 Enrolled Port Huron for lumber trade 1885, August 18 Owned Lewis D. Sanborn, East Saginaw 1886, April 24 Owned John Kelly & L.D. Sanborn; rebuilt as propeller, 760.17 gross/472.32 net tons, ...
      Official No.: 76581; Final Date: 19 Sep 1934; Dimensions (LBD): 167.6' x ...
  • ALGOMAH (1881, Ferry)
        Official No.: 106022; Final Date: 1945; Dimensions (LBD): 127' x 33' x 11' ; 1881, Aug 13 New vessel launched Detroit. 1881 Wrecked in snow storm near St. Ignace, MI. 1882, Oct 15 Collision with propellor ONEIDA. 1883, May 30 Bow sheathed with steel. 1885 Owned Detroit. 1886, May 4 ...
      Official No.: 106022; Final Date: 1945; Dimensions (LBD): 127' x 33' x ...
  • PONTIAC (1889, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: GOUDREAU; Official No.: 150476; Final Date: 23 Nov 1917; Dimensions (LBD): 300' x 40' x 24.8' ; 1889, July Launched; to haul iron ore from Lake Superior 1890 Cleveland Iron Mining Company merged with Iron Cliffs Company, Marquette, Michigan, forming Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company; vessels enrolled at Marquette, Michigan; ...
      Other Names: GOUDREAU; Official No.: 150476; Final Date: 23 Nov 1917; Dimensions ...
  • DANFORTH, GRACE (1888, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: CORNELL; Official No.: 86017; Final Date: 21 Dec 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 72' x 17.4' x 10' ; 1891, Sep 23 Sank Buffalo, NY, Niagara River. 1899 Owned Hand & Johnson Tug Line, Buffalo. 1900, Apr 17 Fire damage, Buffalo, Lake Erie. 1906 Rebuilt at Buffalo. 1907 Renamed CORNELL. ...
      Other Names: CORNELL; Official No.: 86017; Final Date: 21 Dec 1922; Dimensions ...
  • ARIEL (1881, Ferry)
        Official No.: 106032; Final Date: 1948; Dimensions (LBD): 95.9' x 28.9' x 11.1' ; 1881, Dec 17 Enrolled Detroit; ran Joseph Campan Street to Walkerville until 1922. 1899 Stevens Tug Line. 1902 New Scotch boiler 11 x 11, Desmer & Ritchie, Detroit, MI. 1922 State of Michigan Highway Department; used ...
      Official No.: 106032; Final Date: 1948; Dimensions (LBD): 95.9' x 28.9' x ...
  • WEATHERLEY, J. L. (1886, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: FARLEY, JOHN H.;FIRE CHIEF; Final Date: 1969; 1894, May 9 Sank, Cleveland Harbor, OH, Lake Erie; raised; rebuilt Buffalo, David Bell; renamed JOHN H. FARLEY; 90 x 22 x 7.5; 109 gross tons 1938 Renamed FIRE CHIEF; C170129; rebuilt 83.9 x 22.1 x 9.5; 156 gross/86 net tons; ...
      Other Names: FARLEY, JOHN H.;FIRE CHIEF; Final Date: 1969; 1894, May 9 ...
  • BRUCE (1882, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 83145; Final Date: 13 Feb 1906; Dimensions (LBD): 44' x 12' x 5.2' ; 1882, Apr Launched. 1882, May 26 Registered St. Catharines, ONT. 1899 Owned W. Lemoine, St. Catharines. 1906, Feb 13 Registry closed.; Original Owner: James Munro or John Cloy
      Official No.: 83145; Final Date: 13 Feb 1906; Dimensions (LBD): 44' x ...
  • INEZ (1884, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 85427; Final Date: 1914; Dimensions (LBD): 65' x 15.9' x 8' ; 1899 Owned S. Hopkins, St. Catharines, ONT. 1908 Transferred to Ft. William.; Original Owner: Duncan Armstrong; Final Location: Possibly Fort William. Lake Superior, Abandoned.
      Official No.: 85427; Final Date: 1914; Dimensions (LBD): 65' x 15.9' x ...
  • FREEMASON (1883, Propeller)
        Official No.: 83294; Final Date: 1894; Dimensions (LBD): 96' x 21' x 5' ; 1883, Jun 19 Registered Kingston, ONT; ran on Rideau Canal; later owned F.A. & I.B. Folger, Kingston. 1892 Owned Craig & Co.
      Official No.: 83294; Final Date: 1894; Dimensions (LBD): 96' x 21' x ...
  • FERN (1883, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 120527; Final Date: 28 Jun 1901; Dimensions (LBD): 64.6' x 18.2' x 6.2' ; 1883, Jun 4 Owned L. Sicken, Marine City, MI. 1884, Nov Owned Arthur Heminger; ashore Crawford's Quarry, Lake Huron, MI. 1894 Aground Eagle River Reef while salvaging. 1897, Sep 3 Collision with schooner PORTER ...
      Official No.: 120527; Final Date: 28 Jun 1901; Dimensions (LBD): 64.6' x ...
  • FRED S. (1889, Schooner)
        Official No.: 120783; Final Date: 1901; 1889, Oct 17 Enrolled Grand Haven, MI. 1889, Nov Left for New Orleans, LA. 1890, Jun 18 Property changed. 1901, Aug 22 Document surrendered; wrecked, abandoned in Mississippi.; Original Owner: Ed. Swailes; Final Location: Shieldsboro, MS., Wrecked & abandoned.
      Official No.: 120783; Final Date: 1901; 1889, Oct 17 Enrolled Grand Haven, ...
  • MARQUETTE (pre1884, Fish Tug)
        1884, Dec Mentioned at Marquette, MI.
      1884, Dec Mentioned at Marquette, MI.
  • MARION (1889, Steambarge)
        Other Names: HORN, CHARLES; Official No.: 92102; Final Date: 16 May 1926; Dimensions (LBD): 202.2' x 34.7' x 13.1' ; 1889, May Launched Milwaukee, WI. 1889, Jun 24 Enrolled Milwaukee; coal, grain & lumber trade. 1889, Sep 17 Collision with PHILLIP D. ARMOUR at St. Clair Flats. 1890, Mar 17 ...
      Other Names: HORN, CHARLES; Official No.: 92102; Final Date: 16 May 1926; ...
  • FOSTER, D. (1885, Excursion Vessel)
        Official No.: C90555 OR C90552; Final Date: 10 Sep 1887; Dimensions (LBD): 48' x 18' x 5.6' ; 1886 Rebuilt, 64.9' x 13.3' x 5', 66.5 gross tons. 1887, Sep 10 Burned at Port Burwell. ; Original Owner: David M. Foster; Final Location: Port Burwell, ONT. Lake Erie., Burned.; Bound ...
      Official No.: C90555 OR C90552; Final Date: 10 Sep 1887; Dimensions (LBD): ...
  • FOX, HATTIE A. (1882, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: MENTOR; Official No.: 95706; Final Date: 14 Jul 1908; Dimensions (LBD): 52.9' x 15.6' x 6.7' ; Intended to be called LORENA. 1882, Jul 19 First enrolled Chicago, IL. 1884, Feb Renamed MENTOR. 1890 Owned Fitzsimmons & Connell Co., Chicago. 1905, Aug Owned A. Green, Hancock, MI; rebuilt ...
      Other Names: MENTOR; Official No.: 95706; Final Date: 14 Jul 1908; Dimensions ...
  • MANHATTAN (1887, Bulk Freighter)
        Official No.: 91905; Final Date: 27 Oct 1903; Dimensions (LBD): 252.4' x 38' x 19.4' ; 1887, Apr 12 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1888, Apr 5 Same owner, Milwaukee, WI, S. Clement, President; frequently carried iron ore Escanaba, MI - Cleveland, OH. 1888, Oct 19 Loaded 1800 tons ore one hour ...
      Official No.: 91905; Final Date: 27 Oct 1903; Dimensions (LBD): 252.4' x ...
  • HALL, JOHN E. (1889, Steambarge)
        Official No.: 76790; Final Date: 13 Dec 1902; Dimensions (LBD): 139' x 28.6' x 10.9' ; 1889, Mar 27 Enrolled Milwaukee, WI; owned Samuel Hall, Manitowoc. 1890 Towed barge ADIRONDACK & schooners SCAMPER & NAIAD in Chicago & Midland grain trade. 1891, Mar 19 Enrolled Detroit, MI; owned R.H. White ...
      Official No.: 76790; Final Date: 13 Dec 1902; Dimensions (LBD): 139' x ...
  • HALL, DUDLEY P. (1881, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 157040; Final Date: 1910; Dimensions (LBD): 67.4' x 16.2' x 9' ; 1881, May Launched; harbor tug. 1890 Owned Pardee Cook, Ludington, MI. 1892 Owned John R. Clark, Chicago, IL. 1896 Owned Miles Barry. 1900 Owned Dunham Towing Co. 1907 Owned Great Lakes Towing Co., Cleveland, OH. 1910 ...
      Official No.: 157040; Final Date: 1910; Dimensions (LBD): 67.4' x 16.2' x ...
  • GYPSY (1888, Propeller)
        Official No.: 86324; Dimensions (LBD): 53' x 8.5' x 3.4' ; 1892, Jul Sunk in collision with steamer PILGRIM at Buffalo, NY. 1901 Owned T.C. Zealand, Chicago, IL.
      Official No.: 86324; Dimensions (LBD): 53' x 8.5' x 3.4' ; 1892, ...
  • EAGLE (1887, Passenger Steamer)
        Official No.: 135941; Dimensions (LBD): 64' x 13.8' x 7.8'
      Official No.: 135941; Dimensions (LBD): 64' x 13.8' x 7.8'
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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.