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  • COLWELL, GEORGE L. (1880, Steambarge)
    Ship       Official No.: 85629; Final Date: 30 Oct 1899; Dimensions (LBD): 154.2' x 30.7' x 10.9' ; 1880, Jul 13 Enrolled Port Huron, MI. 1881 Towed barges to AuSable, Oscoda & Cleveland in lumber trade. 1884, Jul 10 Owned George L. Colwell, Detroit & B.S. Colwell, Portville, NY; new machinery this ...
    Ship     Official No.: 85629; Final Date: 30 Oct 1899; Dimensions (LBD): 154.2' x 30.7' x 10.9' ; 1880, Jul 13 Enrolled Port Huron, MI. 1881 Towed barges to AuSable, Oscoda & ...
  • CONEMAUGH (1880, Package Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 125858; Final Date: 21 Nov 1906; Dimensions (LBD): 251.3' x 36' x 15.3' ; Ran Fairport, OH - Chicago, IL. 1880, Sep 14 Enrolled Port Huron, MI. 1880, Nov Sank, Straits of Mackinac, MI. 1881, Jun Broke crank pin, cylinders & bedplates off Lexington, MI; repaired at Pt. ...
    Ship     Official No.: 125858; Final Date: 21 Nov 1906; Dimensions (LBD): 251.3' x 36' x 15.3' ; Ran Fairport, OH - Chicago, IL. 1880, Sep 14 Enrolled Port Huron, MI. 1880, ...
  • TELEPHONE (1880, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Other Names: TWO MACS; Official No.: 145219; Dimensions (LBD): 50' x 12' x 6' ; 1883, Sep 22 Dragging anchor in gale; saved. 1899 Owned H.B. Kishman. 1913 Owned Robert McKay & Angus McDonald, Goderich, ONT; readmeasured 55.3 x 13 x 6', 24 gross tons, 16 net tons.
    Ship     Other Names: TWO MACS; Official No.: 145219; Dimensions (LBD): 50' x 12' x 6' ; 1883, Sep 22 Dragging anchor in gale; saved. 1899 Owned H.B. Kishman. 1913 Owned Robert ...
  • KEEPSAKE (1880, Scow Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 80573; Final Date: Jul 1911; Dimensions (LBD): 72.6' x 19.9' x 3.7' ; 1880, Sep 21 Registered Windsor, ONT. 1886 Owned Joshua Cucor, Maidstone, ONT. 1911, Jul Wrecked North side Gill Island Reef, Lake Erie; owned Henry Fleury, Belle River, ONT.; Original Owner: William Miller; Final Location: Gull ...
    Ship     Official No.: 80573; Final Date: Jul 1911; Dimensions (LBD): 72.6' x 19.9' x 3.7' ; 1880, Sep 21 Registered Windsor, ONT. 1886 Owned Joshua Cucor, Maidstone, ONT. 1911, Jul Wrecked ...
  • BROTHERS (1880, Steamer)
    Ship       Other Names: ST. LAURENT; Official No.: 80735; Final Date: 19 Oct 1917; Dimensions (LBD): 127' x 25' x 8' 6" ; c1883 Rebuilt, 367 gross tons. 1899 Owned Fortier, QUE. 1900 Rebuilt, 126 x 25; 546 gross tons; renamed ST. LAURENT. 1901 Owned Maritime & Industrial Co., Levis, QUE. 1909 ...
    Ship     Other Names: ST. LAURENT; Official No.: 80735; Final Date: 19 Oct 1917; Dimensions (LBD): 127' x 25' x 8' 6" ; c1883 Rebuilt, 367 gross tons. 1899 Owned Fortier, QUE. ...
  • MIDDLESEX (1880, Steambarge)
    Ship       Other Names: WOODLANDS; Official No.: 91307; Dimensions (LBD): 190' x 32.5' x 12.3' ; One of largest lumber steamers on Lakes. 1880, Nov 29 Launched. 1880, Apr 26 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1881, Nov 18 Burned at L'Anse, MI, Lake Superior. 1882-83 Raised, taken to Algonac, MI; rebuilt by John J. ...
    Ship     Other Names: WOODLANDS; Official No.: 91307; Dimensions (LBD): 190' x 32.5' x 12.3' ; One of largest lumber steamers on Lakes. 1880, Nov 29 Launched. 1880, Apr 26 Enrolled Detroit, ...
  • MELBOURNE (1880, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: EMPIRE NO.1; Official No.: 91253; Final Date: 1930; Dimensions (LBD): 168.8' x 31.6' x 12.6' ; 1880, Jun 8 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1884 Towed by NIPIGON. 1890 Towed by F.W.WHEELER. 1893, May Ashore Keweenaw Point, Lake Superior. 1904, Aug 14 Sunk by collision in propeller NIPIGON, Russel Island, ...
    Ship     Other Names: EMPIRE NO.1; Official No.: 91253; Final Date: 1930; Dimensions (LBD): 168.8' x 31.6' x 12.6' ; 1880, Jun 8 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1884 Towed by NIPIGON. 1890 Towed ...
  • GRATWICK, W. H. (1880, Steambarge)
    Ship       Other Names: JOHN C. PRINGLE;HUGH R. HAVEY; Official No.: 80777; Final Date: 1917; Dimensions (LBD): 143' x 30.7' x 12' ; 1880, May Launched. 1880, Jul 13 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1882 Towed barges R.C. FRYER & S.E. MARVIN Buffalo - Milwaukee, WI, cargo coal. 1883, Jan Machinery overhauled. 1883, Apr ...
    Ship     Other Names: JOHN C. PRINGLE;HUGH R. HAVEY; Official No.: 80777; Final Date: 1917; Dimensions (LBD): 143' x 30.7' x 12' ; 1880, May Launched. 1880, Jul 13 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. ...
  • GOOD HIT (1880, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 85633; Final Date: 12 Jun 1887; Dimensions (LBD): 95.5' x 17.7' x 8' ; 1880 Ran Cleveland, OH - Ogdensburg, NY with iron & flour, White Rock - Toledo with salt. 1881, Aug Converted to steambarge, Oswego. 1883, Oct 29 Disabled 10 miles from Cleveland; returned towed by ...
    Ship     Official No.: 85633; Final Date: 12 Jun 1887; Dimensions (LBD): 95.5' x 17.7' x 8' ; 1880 Ran Cleveland, OH - Ogdensburg, NY with iron & flour, White Rock - ...
  • GERMANIA (1880, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 85651; Dimensions (LBD): 90' x 19' x 9' ; 1899 Owned R.H. Cook.; Original Owner: R.H. Cook
    Ship     Official No.: 85651; Dimensions (LBD): 90' x 19' x 9' ; 1899 Owned R.H. Cook.; Original Owner: R.H. Cook
  • AMERICAN EAGLE (1880, Excursion Vessel)
    Ship       Official No.: 105936; Final Date: 1944; Dimensions (LBD): 105' x 24.5' x 9' ; 1882, May 18 Boiler explosion near Kelly's Island, Lake Erie; 5 killed; was racing steamer JAY COOKE. Owned Andrew Wehrle, Middle Bass, OH. 1884 Struck a reef 1 1/2 miles west of Kelly's Island. 1890 Cut ...
    Ship     Official No.: 105936; Final Date: 1944; Dimensions (LBD): 105' x 24.5' x 9' ; 1882, May 18 Boiler explosion near Kelly's Island, Lake Erie; 5 killed; was racing steamer JAY ...
  • MASON, LOTTIE (1880, Scow Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 48533; Dimensions (LBD): 70' x 19.7' x 5.9' ; 1894 Sunk at South Haven, MI, Lake Michigan. 1900, Jun Raised; for lumber and course freight.
    Ship     Official No.: 48533; Dimensions (LBD): 70' x 19.7' x 5.9' ; 1894 Sunk at South Haven, MI, Lake Michigan. 1900, Jun Raised; for lumber and course freight.
  • LUELLA (1880, Ferry)
    Ship       Official No.: 80591; Final Date: 1944; Dimensions (LBD): 66' x 13.25' x 5.5' ; 1896 Rebuilt. 1899 Owned Toronto Ferry Co. 1930 Owned Toronto Ferry Co. 1934 Retired from service. 1935 Abandoned, Hanlan's Point, Toronto. 1944 Broken up.; Final Location: Hanlan's Point, Toronto, ONT. Lake Ontario., Broken up.
    Ship     Official No.: 80591; Final Date: 1944; Dimensions (LBD): 66' x 13.25' x 5.5' ; 1896 Rebuilt. 1899 Owned Toronto Ferry Co. 1930 Owned Toronto Ferry Co. 1934 Retired from service. ...
  • FARGO (1880, Scow Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 37488; Final Date: 1902; Dimensions (LBD): 49' x 13.4' x 4' ; 1888, Jul 23 Owned Christie H. Walter; enrolled Port Huron, MI. 1891, Aug 26 Owned Mary Hall. 1902, May 28 Surrendered Detroit, MI; abandoned.; Original Owner: B. Tagu
    Ship     Official No.: 37488; Final Date: 1902; Dimensions (LBD): 49' x 13.4' x 4' ; 1888, Jul 23 Owned Christie H. Walter; enrolled Port Huron, MI. 1891, Aug 26 Owned Mary ...
  • LOGIE, JESSIE P. (1880, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 76145; Final Date: 18 Sep 1920; Dimensions (LBD): 41' x 11.8' x 6' ; 1881, Aug 13 Owned C.A. Eddy, E. Saginaw, MI. 1897 Owned M.I. Wilcox Co; renamed M.L.WILCOX. 1899 Owned M.I. Wilcox Co; 4'10" x 8'6" firebox boiler, 110# steam by Gray & Wildman, Saginaw, MI; ...
    Ship     Official No.: 76145; Final Date: 18 Sep 1920; Dimensions (LBD): 41' x 11.8' x 6' ; 1881, Aug 13 Owned C.A. Eddy, E. Saginaw, MI. 1897 Owned M.I. Wilcox Co; ...
  • CUYLER, GEORGE W. (1880, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Other Names: BEAVERTON; Official No.: 85638; Final Date: 14 May 1926; Dimensions (LBD): 69' x 14.6' x 6' ; 1880, Sep 27 Enrolled Port Huron. 1902 Sold Canadian; C111809; renamed BEAVERTON. Date unknown Owned C. Beck Manufacturing Co., Penetanguishene, ONT; home port Sault St. Marie; 64'0" x 14'6" x 5'4"; ...
    Ship     Other Names: BEAVERTON; Official No.: 85638; Final Date: 14 May 1926; Dimensions (LBD): 69' x 14.6' x 6' ; 1880, Sep 27 Enrolled Port Huron. 1902 Sold Canadian; C111809; renamed ...
  • STICKNEY, NATT (1880, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 130184; Final Date: 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 80.8' x 18' x 9' ; Built to handle dredges. 1886 Missing after leaving Cheboygan, MI. 1887, Mar 24 Owned L.L. Johnson; registered Port Huron, MI. 1899 Owned D.D. Johnson. 1922 Abandoned.; Original Owner: Carkin, Stickney & Cram
    Ship     Official No.: 130184; Final Date: 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 80.8' x 18' x 9' ; Built to handle dredges. 1886 Missing after leaving Cheboygan, MI. 1887, Mar 24 Owned L.L. Johnson; ...
  • STICKNEY, GEORGE (1880, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 85646; Final Date: 1908; Dimensions (LBD): 40.25' x 11.16' x 3.25' ; 1892 Rebuilt; HPNC engine by Bloecker & Co., Grand Haven, MI(1892); 11 x 9"; 60hp; 200rpm; 1 vertical boiler(1892); owned Walsma & VanToll; Grand Haven. 1908 Abandoned.
    Ship     Official No.: 85646; Final Date: 1908; Dimensions (LBD): 40.25' x 11.16' x 3.25' ; 1892 Rebuilt; HPNC engine by Bloecker & Co., Grand Haven, MI(1892); 11 x 9"; 60hp; 200rpm; ...
  • OCONTO (1880, Steamer)
    Ship       Official No.: 155113; Dimensions (LBD): 77' x 16' x 4'
    Ship     Official No.: 155113; Dimensions (LBD): 77' x 16' x 4'
  • GARLAND (1880, Ferry)
    Ship       Other Names: CITY OF SARNIA; Official No.: 85619; Final Date: 1947; Dimensions (LBD): 107.2' x 29.4' x 11.7' ; 1880, Jul 22 Collided with, and sank, steam yacht MAMIE near Grassy Island on lower Detroit River, MI. 1881, Jun Sold by Detroit Dry Dock Co. to Capt. Pridgeon et al, ...
    Ship     Other Names: CITY OF SARNIA; Official No.: 85619; Final Date: 1947; Dimensions (LBD): 107.2' x 29.4' x 11.7' ; 1880, Jul 22 Collided with, and sank, steam yacht MAMIE near ...
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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.