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  • GENOA (1873, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 85276; Dimensions (LBD): 188.9' x 34.1' x 12.2' ; 1875, Dec Major repairs, Stevens & Presley Dry Dock Co., Cleveland. 1880 Towed by steamer SPARTA in ore trade. 1890 Towed by steamer J.H. OUTHWAITE. 1892 Owned Corning & Edgar, Bay City, MI; towed by C.H. GREEN. 1902 Owned ...
    Ship     Official No.: 85276; Dimensions (LBD): 188.9' x 34.1' x 12.2' ; 1875, Dec Major repairs, Stevens & Presley Dry Dock Co., Cleveland. 1880 Towed by steamer SPARTA in ore trade. ...
  • CUBA (1872, Package Freighter)
    Ship       Other Names: IONIC;MAPLE BRANCH; Official No.: 125028; Final Date: 1947; Dimensions (LBD): 231.7' x 35.7' x 13.3' ; 1872, Jun 15 Launched; sisters JAVA, RUSSIA, ARABIA, SCOTIA; ran Buffalo, NY - Duluth, MN & Chicago, IL. 1872, Jun 15 Hard aground St. Clair Flats; released by tug STRANGER. 1877 Ran ...
    Ship     Other Names: IONIC;MAPLE BRANCH; Official No.: 125028; Final Date: 1947; Dimensions (LBD): 231.7' x 35.7' x 13.3' ; 1872, Jun 15 Launched; sisters JAVA, RUSSIA, ARABIA, SCOTIA; ran Buffalo, NY ...
  • FORTUNE (1875, Ferry)
    Ship       Other Names: BAWATING;FORTUNE; Official No.: 120202; Dimensions (LBD): 104.5' x 29' x 11' ; 1875, Apr Launched; ran Detroit, MI. - Windsor, ONT. 1880 Worked to free 21 vessels from ice on Lake Erie. 1881 Sold by Sammuel Thorton to Detroit River Tug Co. 1881, Jun 7 Sold by Detroit ...
    Ship     Other Names: BAWATING;FORTUNE; Official No.: 120202; Dimensions (LBD): 104.5' x 29' x 11' ; 1875, Apr Launched; ran Detroit, MI. - Windsor, ONT. 1880 Worked to free 21 vessels from ...
  • RUSSIA (1873, Package Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 110063; Final Date: 30 Apr 1909; Dimensions (LBD): 231.7' x 35.7' x 13.3' ; 1872 Enrolled Buffalo; ran Buffalo, NY-Chicago, IL and Milwaukee, WI with CUBA, JAVA, SCOTIA, CORORADO, NEBRASKA and RANOKE, Union Steamboat Line. 1873, Sep Collision, steamer JOHN A. DIX near Limekilns, Detroit; cargo grain. 1876, ...
    Ship     Official No.: 110063; Final Date: 30 Apr 1909; Dimensions (LBD): 231.7' x 35.7' x 13.3' ; 1872 Enrolled Buffalo; ran Buffalo, NY-Chicago, IL and Milwaukee, WI with CUBA, JAVA, SCOTIA, ...
  • FRED (1873, Yacht)
    Ship       Dimensions (LBD): 40' x 7.2' x 3.3' ; 1877, Aug 25 Owned G. G. Tindall, Fremont, OH.
    Ship     Dimensions (LBD): 40' x 7.2' x 3.3' ; 1877, Aug 25 Owned G. G. Tindall, Fremont, OH.
  • FRANKFORT (1871, Steambarge)
    Ship       Official No.: 9967; Final Date: Sep 1874; Dimensions (LBD): 104' x 24' x 8' ; 1871, May 20 Enrolled Detroit; traded Frankfort, MI - Escanaba, MI. 1872 Owned Frankfort Iron Co., Detroit, MI; S. L. Fuller, secretary. 1872, Oct Grounded inside piers, Frankfort, MI. 1874, Apr 7 Owned M. C. ...
    Ship     Official No.: 9967; Final Date: Sep 1874; Dimensions (LBD): 104' x 24' x 8' ; 1871, May 20 Enrolled Detroit; traded Frankfort, MI - Escanaba, MI. 1872 Owned Frankfort Iron ...
  • FOSTER, I.N. (1872, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 100031; Final Date: 1926; Dimensions (LBD): 134.9' x 26.2' x 11.5' ; 1872, Apr 6 Launched. 1872, Apr 25 Enrolled Port Huron, MI. 1874, Nov Ashore Ashtabula, Lake Erie; released. 1878, Mar 29 Owned D.P. & A.B. Foster, Cleveland, OH. 1878, Sep 19 Owned D.P. Foster & Henry ...
    Ship     Official No.: 100031; Final Date: 1926; Dimensions (LBD): 134.9' x 26.2' x 11.5' ; 1872, Apr 6 Launched. 1872, Apr 25 Enrolled Port Huron, MI. 1874, Nov Ashore Ashtabula, Lake ...
  • MAGIC (1877, Steamer)
    Ship       Official No.: 91001; Final Date: 28 Mar 1892; Dimensions (LBD): 76.42' x 12.5' x 5' ; 1877, Jul 3 Enrolled Genesee, NY. 1881 Rebuilt 85.42' x 12.5' x 6'; 63.88 gross / 36 net tons. 1891 Owned M. Dye, Clayton, NY. 1892, Mar 28 Owned Ripson; burned, Lake Ontario.; Original ...
    Ship     Official No.: 91001; Final Date: 28 Mar 1892; Dimensions (LBD): 76.42' x 12.5' x 5' ; 1877, Jul 3 Enrolled Genesee, NY. 1881 Rebuilt 85.42' x 12.5' x 6'; 63.88 ...
  • MAMIE (1875, Excursion Vessel)
    Ship       Other Names: MAGNA, FANNIE H.; Official No.: 90777; Dimensions (LBD): 51' x 9.5' x 4.2' ; 1877, Sep Assisted in transporting passengers from RUBY near Detroit when RUBY was seized by U.S. Marshalls. 1880, Jul 22 Sunk in collision with steamer GARLAND just below Grassy Island on Detroit River, drowning ...
    Ship     Other Names: MAGNA, FANNIE H.; Official No.: 90777; Dimensions (LBD): 51' x 9.5' x 4.2' ; 1877, Sep Assisted in transporting passengers from RUBY near Detroit when RUBY was seized ...
  • HACKETT, R.J. (1870, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 21934; Final Date: 12 Nov 1905; Dimensions (LBD): 208.1' x 32.5' x 12.6' ; 1870, Mar 31 Enrolled Detroit as first bulk freighter built specifically for iron ore trade; first to operate with a barge consort. 1871, Jun Aground Thunder Bay, Lake Huron. 1871, Sep Collision with YOUNG ...
    Ship     Official No.: 21934; Final Date: 12 Nov 1905; Dimensions (LBD): 208.1' x 32.5' x 12.6' ; 1870, Mar 31 Enrolled Detroit as first bulk freighter built specifically for iron ore ...
  • HALE, E.B. (1874, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 135012; Final Date: 8 Oct 1897; Dimensions (LBD): 217.8' x 34.8' x 17.9' ; 1874, Jun 11 Launched Cleveland, OH; built for iron ore, coal & grain trade. 1874, Jun 20 Enrolled Cleveland. 1874, Jun 21 Arrived Detroit on 1st trip. 1880 Towed ALVA BRADLEY in ore trade. ...
    Ship     Official No.: 135012; Final Date: 8 Oct 1897; Dimensions (LBD): 217.8' x 34.8' x 17.9' ; 1874, Jun 11 Launched Cleveland, OH; built for iron ore, coal & grain trade. ...
  • HAMMOND, NELLIE (1877, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 130124; Final Date: 8 Oct 1897; Dimensions (LBD): 69.5' x 17' x 6.2' ; 1888, Apr 4 Sunk off Racine, WI. 1889, Apr Lost. 1892, Oct 28 Wrecked against piers in storm, Muskegon, MI; cargo 3,000 bushels wheat. 1897, Oct 8 Foundered, Lake Michigan.; Final Location: Near mouth ...
    Ship     Official No.: 130124; Final Date: 8 Oct 1897; Dimensions (LBD): 69.5' x 17' x 6.2' ; 1888, Apr 4 Sunk off Racine, WI. 1889, Apr Lost. 1892, Oct 28 Wrecked ...
  • DUDLEY, HERBERT (1875, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 72556; Dimensions (LBD): 114' x 24.3' x 10.1' ; 1875 Rebuilt 120' x 25' x 10', 199 gross tons. 1876 Owned J. Richardson, Kingston, ONT. 1879 Owned J. Parsons, Kingston. 1882 Owned Jas. Richardson & Son, Kingston. 1887, Dec 8 Aground Bay of Quinte, Lake Ontario. 1898 Blown ...
    Ship     Official No.: 72556; Dimensions (LBD): 114' x 24.3' x 10.1' ; 1875 Rebuilt 120' x 25' x 10', 199 gross tons. 1876 Owned J. Richardson, Kingston, ONT. 1879 Owned J. ...
  • DOWNEY, NELLIE P. (1873, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: Jun 1884; Dimensions (LBD): 84' x 20' x 7.3' ; 1873, Aug 6 Launched. 1874, Oct Damaged by collision, Lake Ontario. 1884, Jun Sank, Lake Erie.; Master Carpenter: Robert Robinson, Kingston.; Original Owner: Mr. Downey & Captain C. Allen; Final Location: Near Oswego, NY. Lake Erie., Sank.
    Ship     Final Date: Jun 1884; Dimensions (LBD): 84' x 20' x 7.3' ; 1873, Aug 6 Launched. 1874, Oct Damaged by collision, Lake Ontario. 1884, Jun Sank, Lake Erie.; Master Carpenter: ...
  • ELIZABETH (rebuilt 1873, Schooner)
    Ship       1873, May 7 Rebuilt, Dunnville, ONT; builder William Quider; 45' x 16' x 4'; 2 masts, 1 deck. 1873, Jul 9 Sold to David O'Conner, Pickerham, by Leppe, Dunnville.
    Ship     1873, May 7 Rebuilt, Dunnville, ONT; builder William Quider; 45' x 16' x 4'; 2 masts, 1 deck. 1873, Jul 9 Sold to David O'Conner, Pickerham, by Leppe, Dunnville.
  • DOW, GEORGE (1875, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 77819; Dimensions (LBD): 42' x 13' x 4.8' ; 1878 Owned H. Wordsworth, Port Rowan, ONT. 1886 Owned Henry Woodward, Port Rowan.
    Ship     Official No.: 77819; Dimensions (LBD): 42' x 13' x 4.8' ; 1878 Owned H. Wordsworth, Port Rowan, ONT. 1886 Owned Henry Woodward, Port Rowan.
  • MORNING STAR (1874, Barge)
    Ship       Official No.: 90642; Final Date: 4 Nov 1880; Dimensions (LBD): 181' x 33' x 12' ; 1874, Mar Launched. 1874, Apr 25 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1875 Towed by steambarge MENDOTA. 1876, Jul 19 New decks & cabins. 1878, Aug 20 Caught fire near Bay City, MI, Lake Huron. 1880, Nov ...
    Ship     Official No.: 90642; Final Date: 4 Nov 1880; Dimensions (LBD): 181' x 33' x 12' ; 1874, Mar Launched. 1874, Apr 25 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1875 Towed by steambarge MENDOTA. ...
  • BROTHERS (1874, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 71143; Final Date: 1907; Dimensions (LBD): 44.8' x 13.8' x 4.8' ; Home port Kincardine, ONT. 1905 Same owners. 1907 Out of existance.; Original Owner: James Thornburn
    Ship     Official No.: 71143; Final Date: 1907; Dimensions (LBD): 44.8' x 13.8' x 4.8' ; Home port Kincardine, ONT. 1905 Same owners. 1907 Out of existance.; Original Owner: James Thornburn
  • DUNDEE (1870, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 103819; Final Date: 1911; Dimensions (LBD): 125.16' x 23.5' x 10' ; 1871 Owned Alexander, St. Catharines, ONT. 1873, Jun 3 Aground Port Colborne, Lake Erie, with grain; released. 1876, Feb 11 Collision by propeller ALMA MUNRO, which parted her moorings at Port Stanley, ONT. 1878 Owned W. ...
    Ship     Official No.: 103819; Final Date: 1911; Dimensions (LBD): 125.16' x 23.5' x 10' ; 1871 Owned Alexander, St. Catharines, ONT. 1873, Jun 3 Aground Port Colborne, Lake Erie, with grain; ...
  • DUKE, JOHN H. (pre1872, Barge)
    Ship       Final Date: Sep 1872; 1872, Sep Wrecked.
    Ship     Final Date: Sep 1872; 1872, Sep Wrecked.
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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.