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  • WOCOKEN (1880, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 80778; Final Date: 14 Oct 1893; Dimensions (LBD): 251.6' x 37.2' x 18.5' ; 1881, March 12 Receiving interior iron arch 150' long, 26" wide, 1" thick at Cleveland, Ohio 1883, May Damaged in gale, Lake Michigan 1883, July Broke her crank pin & damaged engine on Saginaw ...
    Ship     Official No.: 80778; Final Date: 14 Oct 1893; Dimensions (LBD): 251.6' x 37.2' x 18.5' ; 1881, March 12 Receiving interior iron arch 150' long, 26" wide, 1" thick at ...
  • WOLF, W.H. (1881, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 80821; Dimensions (LBD): 62.1' x 16.5' x 9.3' ; 1889, February 27 Owned Jacob Johnson, et.al., Chicago, Illinois 1895, November 23 Owned Miles Barry, et.al., Chicago, Independent Tug Line 1898, May 25 Reboilered with new style of boiler 1898, August 3 Owned Barry Brothers Independent Tug Line, Chicago ...
    Ship     Official No.: 80821; Dimensions (LBD): 62.1' x 16.5' x 9.3' ; 1889, February 27 Owned Jacob Johnson, et.al., Chicago, Illinois 1895, November 23 Owned Miles Barry, et.al., Chicago, Independent Tug ...
  • WOLF, WILLIAM H. (1887, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 81164; Final Date: 20 Oct 1921; Dimensions (LBD): 285' x 42.3' x 19.2' ; 1887, August 8 Launched; 2 people killed, 5-6 seriously injured when the Northwestern Fuel Company shed collapsed 1899 Owned West Division Steam Ship Company, Chicago, Illinois 1921, September 18 Sprang leak & sank in ...
    Ship     Official No.: 81164; Final Date: 20 Oct 1921; Dimensions (LBD): 285' x 42.3' x 19.2' ; 1887, August 8 Launched; 2 people killed, 5-6 seriously injured when the Northwestern Fuel ...
  • WONDER (1889, Propeller)
    Ship       Official No.: 81794; Final Date: 6 Sep 1908; Dimensions (LBD): 94.5' x 19.5' x 5.1' ; 1908, April 23 Owned Ashtabula Steamship Company, listed as a sandsucker steamer; Final Location: Ashtabula, Ohio harbor, Lake Erie, Stranded in gale; Located near outer breakwall after being towed in a salvage attempt
    Ship     Official No.: 81794; Final Date: 6 Sep 1908; Dimensions (LBD): 94.5' x 19.5' x 5.1' ; 1908, April 23 Owned Ashtabula Steamship Company, listed as a sandsucker steamer; Final Location: ...
  • WOOD DUCK (1880, Canalboat)
    Ship       1880, October 4 Ashore between Big & Little Sandy, no damage; Original Owner: B.D. Houghton
    Ship     1880, October 4 Ashore between Big & Little Sandy, no damage; Original Owner: B.D. Houghton
  • WOODS, ARTHUR (1888, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 106554; Final Date: 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 54.6' x 15.6' x 6' ; 1888, May 26 Launched; towed mud scows & dredges. 1888, May 29 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1898, Sep Damaged by fire, Dunkirk, NY. 1922 Abandoned.; Original Owner: Hingston & Woods
    Ship     Official No.: 106554; Final Date: 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 54.6' x 15.6' x 6' ; 1888, May 26 Launched; towed mud scows & dredges. 1888, May 29 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1898, ...
  • WOODS, FRANK (1888, Steambarge)
    Ship       Official No.: 120709; Final Date: 1940; Dimensions (LBD): 120' x 25.6' x 10.6' ; 1888, Apr 28 Enrolled Grand Haven, MI for lumber trade. 1889, Apr 12 Owned R.C. Brittain. 1889, May 28 Owned Ralph C. Brittain & Catherine J. Colborne, Michigan City, IN. 1890, Nov 14 Cylinder head blew ...
    Ship     Official No.: 120709; Final Date: 1940; Dimensions (LBD): 120' x 25.6' x 10.6' ; 1888, Apr 28 Enrolled Grand Haven, MI for lumber trade. 1889, Apr 12 Owned R.C. Brittain. ...
  • WOOLSON, MARY (1888, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 91988; Final Date: 8 Jul 1920; Dimensions (LBD): 179.1' x 34.8' x 13.2' ; 1888, Apr 20 Enrolled Port Huron, MI; towed by GERMANIA & BRITANNIC in Ashland ore trade. 1890 Towed by C.H. BRADLEY. 1891, Mar 17 Owned Bradley Transportation Co. with C.H. BRADLEY, BRIGHTIE & BURLINGTON. ...
    Ship     Official No.: 91988; Final Date: 8 Jul 1920; Dimensions (LBD): 179.1' x 34.8' x 13.2' ; 1888, Apr 20 Enrolled Port Huron, MI; towed by GERMANIA & BRITANNIC in Ashland ...
  • WORTHINGTON, H. LUELLA (1880, Steambarge)
    Ship       Other Names: NESSEN, N.J.; Official No.: 95603; Final Date: 22 Oct 1929; Dimensions (LBD): 148.6' x 27.9' x 11.5' ; 1880, Jul 24 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1881, Apr 25 Enrolled Detroit; 2 decks, 150.2 x 27.9 x 19.1', 647.06 gross/ 558.5 net tons; towed GOLDEN FLEECE, J.E. GILMORE, EXILE & ...
    Ship     Other Names: NESSEN, N.J.; Official No.: 95603; Final Date: 22 Oct 1929; Dimensions (LBD): 148.6' x 27.9' x 11.5' ; 1880, Jul 24 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1881, Apr 25 Enrolled ...
  • WRIGHT, A. J. (1880, Canalboat)
    Ship       Official No.: 29920; Dimensions (LBD): 96' x 17.8' x 8.6' ; pre1886 Owned Capt. John Prindiville 1886, Jul 27 Owned C. A. Jex, Port Huron, MI; operated Port Huron-Port Austin, MI 1890 Owned Rochester, NY 1893, Jan 7 Caught fire, burned to water's edge, Grand Haven, MI, Lake Michigan; owned ...
    Ship     Official No.: 29920; Dimensions (LBD): 96' x 17.8' x 8.6' ; pre1886 Owned Capt. John Prindiville 1886, Jul 27 Owned C. A. Jex, Port Huron, MI; operated Port Huron-Port Austin, ...
  • WRIGHT, A. W. (1880, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 105851; Final Date: 1925; Dimensions (LBD): 169.7' x 33.3' x 10.8' ; date unknown Made a 2 mast barge 1880, Apr 27 First enrolled Port Huron, MI 1881, May Towed by CHAUNCEY HURLBUT in coal trade Erie, PA-Chicago, IL 1882 Owned East Saginaw parties, MI 1890, 1898, 1899, ...
    Ship     Official No.: 105851; Final Date: 1925; Dimensions (LBD): 169.7' x 33.3' x 10.8' ; date unknown Made a 2 mast barge 1880, Apr 27 First enrolled Port Huron, MI 1881, ...
  • WRIGHT, ALBERT, J. (1881, Propeller)
    Ship       Other Names: SMITH; Official No.: 105993; Final Date: 24 Oct 1930; Dimensions (LBD): 115' x 21.6' x 9' ; 1881, Jun 9 First enrolled Buffalo, NY 1881 Operated Buffalo-Niagara River ports 1885, May 9 Owned South Shore Transportation Co., Chicago, IL 1886, Apr 28 Owned John B. Lyon, Chicago 1886, ...
    Ship     Other Names: SMITH; Official No.: 105993; Final Date: 24 Oct 1930; Dimensions (LBD): 115' x 21.6' x 9' ; 1881, Jun 9 First enrolled Buffalo, NY 1881 Operated Buffalo-Niagara River ...
  • WRIGHT, ALFRED P. (1888, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 106539; Final Date: 16 Nov 1915; Dimensions (LBD): 286' x 41.5' x 22.3' ; 1896, May Towed M. BACON 1898, Jul Towed H. D. ALVERSON 1899 Owned J. C. GILCHRIST, Cleveland, OH 1915, Nov 16 Burned; last owned Buckeye Steam Ship, Cleveland; Original Owner: Frank Perew; Final Location: ...
    Ship     Official No.: 106539; Final Date: 16 Nov 1915; Dimensions (LBD): 286' x 41.5' x 22.3' ; 1896, May Towed M. BACON 1898, Jul Towed H. D. ALVERSON 1899 Owned J. ...
  • WRIGHT, JOHN W. (1881, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 76208; Dimensions (LBD): 52' x 13.7' x 5.6'
    Ship     Official No.: 76208; Dimensions (LBD): 52' x 13.7' x 5.6'
  • WYLAND, J. L. (1885, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 76562; 1899 Owned L. C. Edson; 60 x 14 x 5.6'; 22 gross/18 net tons
    Ship     Official No.: 76562; 1899 Owned L. C. Edson; 60 x 14 x 5.6'; 22 gross/18 net tons
  • WYMAN, CHARLES E. (1882, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 126005; Final Date: 30 May 1919; Dimensions (LBD): 132.33' x 29.16' x 8.58' ; 1882, Apr 26 First enrolled Grand Haven, MI 1902 Owned R. A. Hilty & Geo. F. Siebring, Milwaukee, WI 1903 Owned Geo. F. Siebring & A. Bolster, Milwaukee 1906 Transferred to New York, NY ...
    Ship     Official No.: 126005; Final Date: 30 May 1919; Dimensions (LBD): 132.33' x 29.16' x 8.58' ; 1882, Apr 26 First enrolled Grand Haven, MI 1902 Owned R. A. Hilty & ...
  • WYOMING (1887, Package Freighter)
    Ship       Other Names: MAPLEGLEN; Official No.: 81150; Final Date: 1925; Dimensions (LBD): 241' x 40' x 24' ; 1887, 1888 Chartered Western Transit Co. 1890 Chartered Lackawanna Transportation Co., Chicago trade 1891, Oct 10 Struck, left dent on nose of BARTLETT, Buffalo, NY, Lake Erie 1897, May 20 Burned, Port Huron, ...
    Ship     Other Names: MAPLEGLEN; Official No.: 81150; Final Date: 1925; Dimensions (LBD): 241' x 40' x 24' ; 1887, 1888 Chartered Western Transit Co. 1890 Chartered Lackawanna Transportation Co., Chicago trade ...
  • X-10-U-8 (1888, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 27012; Final Date: 1917; Dimensions (LBD): 44' x 15.7' x 4' ; 1890 Grand Haven District 1891 Owned William C. Ransom, South Haven 1904 Owned Mary V. Allers, South Haven; sailed by Captain Charles Allers, who often loaded his ship with apples & installed a hand press cider ...
    Ship     Official No.: 27012; Final Date: 1917; Dimensions (LBD): 44' x 15.7' x 4' ; 1890 Grand Haven District 1891 Owned William C. Ransom, South Haven 1904 Owned Mary V. Allers, ...
  • YAKIMA (1887, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 27630; Final Date: 10 Jun 1905; Dimensions (LBD): 279' x 40.5' x 20.6' ; 1887, September 29 Enrolled Cleveland, Ohio 1889 Towed 102 1889, December 4 Wintered, Duluth, Minnesota 1890, March 27 Owned Wilson Transportation Company, Wickliffe, Ohio, Thomas Wilson, president; towed 104 & 105 1890, October Collision ...
    Ship     Official No.: 27630; Final Date: 10 Jun 1905; Dimensions (LBD): 279' x 40.5' x 20.6' ; 1887, September 29 Enrolled Cleveland, Ohio 1889 Towed 102 1889, December 4 Wintered, Duluth, ...
  • YANKEE (1884, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 27625; Final Date: 17 Sep 1893; Dimensions (LBD): 38' x 12.3' x 3.5' ; 1884, November 1 Enrolled Port Huron, Michigan 1891, April 28 Owned J.A. Recors, Port Huron District 1893, September 17 Wrecked, Lake Huron; Original Owner: H.E. Reynolds; Final Location: Off Port Elgin, Ontario, Lake Huron, ...
    Ship     Official No.: 27625; Final Date: 17 Sep 1893; Dimensions (LBD): 38' x 12.3' x 3.5' ; 1884, November 1 Enrolled Port Huron, Michigan 1891, April 28 Owned J.A. Recors, Port ...
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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.