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  • ADELE (1889, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 107191; Final Date: 14 Jun 1936; Dimensions (LBD): 48.4' x 10.4' x 3.6' ; Built to use as river & shipyard tug. 1895, Sep 11 First enrolled Port Huron, MI. Date Unknown Converted from steam engine to gas motor. 1911, Jun 26 Documents surrendered Port Huron, vessel "abandoned ...
    Ship     Official No.: 107191; Final Date: 14 Jun 1936; Dimensions (LBD): 48.4' x 10.4' x 3.6' ; Built to use as river & shipyard tug. 1895, Sep 11 First enrolled Port ...
  • ADELIA (pre  1882, Sloop)
    Ship       Official No.: 105415; 1882 Owned Detroit.
    Ship     Official No.: 105415; 1882 Owned Detroit.
  • ADMIRAL (1883, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 106156; Final Date: 31 Dec 1884; 1884, Dec 31 Boiler explosion.; Final Location: Chicago River near 22nd. St. Lake Michigan., Boiler explosion; The boiler exploded while she was trying to dock the barge D.M. WILSON. Pieces of the tug and remains of the crew (3-5) were scattered all ...
    Ship     Official No.: 106156; Final Date: 31 Dec 1884; 1884, Dec 31 Boiler explosion.; Final Location: Chicago River near 22nd. St. Lake Michigan., Boiler explosion; The boiler exploded while she was ...
  • ADMIRAL (pre  1886, Barge)
    Ship       Used as an excursion barge on St. Louis River at Duluth, MN. 1887 Towed by MAGGIE CARROLL at Duluth. 1887, Jun 4 Fitted up for excursion parties.
    Ship     Used as an excursion barge on St. Louis River at Duluth, MN. 1887 Towed by MAGGIE CARROLL at Duluth. 1887, Jun 4 Fitted up for excursion parties.
  • ADRELEXA (1886, Propeller)
    Ship       Official No.: 90702; Dimensions (LBD): 46' x 10.2' x 3.6' ; 1895 Owned J. Scott, Toronto, ONT. C.1903 Rebuilt as passenger vessel, 61 x 10 x 5'. Moved from Georgian Bay to Lake Temiskaming, ONT. 1907 Owned Upper Ontario Steamboat Co. 1917 Owned E. Adamson, Toronto.
    Ship     Official No.: 90702; Dimensions (LBD): 46' x 10.2' x 3.6' ; 1895 Owned J. Scott, Toronto, ONT. C.1903 Rebuilt as passenger vessel, 61 x 10 x 5'. Moved from Georgian ...
  • ADRIATIC (1889, Schooner-barge)
    Ship       Official No.: 106676; Final Date: 1930; Dimensions (LBD): 202' x 34.58' x 16.5' ; Cost $50,000 1892, Jan 7 Owned M. A. Bradley & Capt. George Stone, Cleveland, OH. 1905, Dec 12 Fire broke out of engine room & burned at Escanaba, MI, Lake Michigan. 1913 Third vessel fitted with ...
    Ship     Official No.: 106676; Final Date: 1930; Dimensions (LBD): 202' x 34.58' x 16.5' ; Cost $50,000 1892, Jan 7 Owned M. A. Bradley & Capt. George Stone, Cleveland, OH. 1905, ...
  • ADRIENNE (1884, Excursion Vessel)
    Ship       Other Names: SEARCH LIGHT; Official No.: 106249; Final Date: 29 May 1916; Dimensions (LBD): 74.5' x 16.6' x 7' ; Reported to have a capacity for 105 passengers. 1890 Ran Manistee to Onekama and Frankfort, MI, some summers out of Chicago. 1894, Apr 27 Enrolled owner Maria Crysler, Harbor Springs, ...
    Ship     Other Names: SEARCH LIGHT; Official No.: 106249; Final Date: 29 May 1916; Dimensions (LBD): 74.5' x 16.6' x 7' ; Reported to have a capacity for 105 passengers. 1890 Ran ...
  • ADVANCE (1886, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 90775; Final Date: 25 Oct 1903; Dimensions (LBD): 48.8' x 15.1' x 4' ; 1897 Owned W. Holder, Windsor, ONT. 1903 Owned William A. Kennedy, Manitoulin Island.; Original Owner: William Balmer (Bulmer); Final Location: Between Spanish River and Soo. Lake Huron., Fire; Caught fire and burned, total loss. ...
    Ship     Official No.: 90775; Final Date: 25 Oct 1903; Dimensions (LBD): 48.8' x 15.1' x 4' ; 1897 Owned W. Holder, Windsor, ONT. 1903 Owned William A. Kennedy, Manitoulin Island.; Original ...
  • AGGIE (1887, Yacht)
    Ship       Official No.: 92730; Final Date: 1925; Dimensions (LBD): 47.3' x 12' x 5.4' ; 1920 Owned Christopher Armstrong, Oakville, ONT.
    Ship     Official No.: 92730; Final Date: 1925; Dimensions (LBD): 47.3' x 12' x 5.4' ; 1920 Owned Christopher Armstrong, Oakville, ONT.
  • AGNES (1880, Scow Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 105925; Final Date: 1908; Dimensions (LBD): 149' 9" x 30' 9" x 10' 5" ; 1880, Fall Cleveland and Oscoda Lumber Trade. 1888-89 Rebuilt at Smith Yard, Algonac, MI. 576 gross tons, 572 net tons. 1900 Cleveland District, barge. 1900 Owned John E Garey, Saginaw, MI. 1902 Owned ...
    Ship     Official No.: 105925; Final Date: 1908; Dimensions (LBD): 149' 9" x 30' 9" x 10' 5" ; 1880, Fall Cleveland and Oscoda Lumber Trade. 1888-89 Rebuilt at Smith Yard, Algonac, ...
  • AGNES (1884, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 95325; Final Date: 1936; Dimensions (LBD): 50' x 13.6' x 6' ; 1899 Owned Crawford, Meaford, ONT; fishtug.; Final Location: Spanish River, ONT, Georgian Bay. Lake Huron., Abandoned.
    Ship     Official No.: 95325; Final Date: 1936; Dimensions (LBD): 50' x 13.6' x 6' ; 1899 Owned Crawford, Meaford, ONT; fishtug.; Final Location: Spanish River, ONT, Georgian Bay. Lake Huron., Abandoned.
  • AGNES C. (1887, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 106743; Dimensions (LBD): 50' x 10' x 4.6' ; 1896, Nov 26 Sunk by steamer P.H. BIRCKHEAD. 1899 Owned by Henry Rahr, Green Bay.
    Ship     Official No.: 106743; Dimensions (LBD): 50' x 10' x 4.6' ; 1896, Nov 26 Sunk by steamer P.H. BIRCKHEAD. 1899 Owned by Henry Rahr, Green Bay.
  • AID (1885, Barge)
    Ship       Official No.: 90533; Final Date: 1917; Dimensions (LBD): 153.2' x 24.4' x 11.7' ; 1910 Owned James Buckley. 1910, Nov 26 sold Tirondeau & Alex Dessours, Berthier, QUE.
    Ship     Official No.: 90533; Final Date: 1917; Dimensions (LBD): 153.2' x 24.4' x 11.7' ; 1910 Owned James Buckley. 1910, Nov 26 sold Tirondeau & Alex Dessours, Berthier, QUE.
  • AID (1886, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 92295; Final Date: 1914; Dimensions (LBD): 68' x 18' x 3.6' ; OHawa River tug 1899 Edward & Co., Ottawa, ONT
    Ship     Official No.: 92295; Final Date: 1914; Dimensions (LBD): 68' x 18' x 3.6' ; OHawa River tug 1899 Edward & Co., Ottawa, ONT
  • AILEEN (1882, Yacht)
    Ship       Official No.: 85511; Final Date: 1909; Dimensions (LBD): 6.5' x 11.8' x 8.3'
    Ship     Official No.: 85511; Final Date: 1909; Dimensions (LBD): 6.5' x 11.8' x 8.3'
  • AJAX (1886, Scow Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 29970
    Ship     Official No.: 29970
  • AKELEY, H. C. (1881, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 95639; Final Date: 13 Nov 1883; Dimensions (LBD): 231.6' x 35.1' x 18.7' ; 1881, May 20 Enrolled Grand Haven, MI; valued $110,000.00. 1882, Jun 9 Milwaukee, Wolf & Davidson's Shipyard, machinery repairs. 1883, Jul Drydocked after grounding. 1883, Nov 13 Sunk.; Master Carpenter: John Calllister; Original Owner: ...
    Ship     Official No.: 95639; Final Date: 13 Nov 1883; Dimensions (LBD): 231.6' x 35.1' x 18.7' ; 1881, May 20 Enrolled Grand Haven, MI; valued $110,000.00. 1882, Jun 9 Milwaukee, Wolf ...
  • ALASKA (1884, Propeller)
    Ship       Official No.: 85719; Dimensions (LBD): 61.8' x 15.3' x 4.8' ; 1884 Registered Prescott, ONT; owned William J. Murphy, ferryman. 1899 Owned W.J. Murphy, Prescott, ONT. 1903 Transferred to Ottawa.
    Ship     Official No.: 85719; Dimensions (LBD): 61.8' x 15.3' x 4.8' ; 1884 Registered Prescott, ONT; owned William J. Murphy, ferryman. 1899 Owned W.J. Murphy, Prescott, ONT. 1903 Transferred to Ottawa.
  • ALBANI (1882, Propeller)
    Ship       Official No.: 83040; Final Date: 1910; Dimensions (LBD): 78.6' x 13.6' x 7' ; 1899 Owned Comstock, Brackville.
    Ship     Official No.: 83040; Final Date: 1910; Dimensions (LBD): 78.6' x 13.6' x 7' ; 1899 Owned Comstock, Brackville.
  • ALBANY (1884, Package Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 106306; Final Date: 7 Nov 1893; Dimensions (LBD): 267' x 38.5' x 13.8' ; Noted as 2400 tons Similar to SYRACUSE & BOSTON. First American vessels built of steel, $200,000. 1884, Aug 21 Launched at Wyandotte, MI. 1887, Nov Stranded on Bois Blanc Island, corn & flour cargo ...
    Ship     Official No.: 106306; Final Date: 7 Nov 1893; Dimensions (LBD): 267' x 38.5' x 13.8' ; Noted as 2400 tons Similar to SYRACUSE & BOSTON. First American vessels built of ...
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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.