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  • CROCKETT, DAVY (1834, Steamer)
        Other Names: COLONEL CROCKETT; Final Date: Aug 1836; Ran St. Joseph River, St. Joseph - Niles. 1834, May 9 Wrecked, St. Joseph, MI. 1836, Aug Wrecked.; Final Location: St. Joseph River, 7 mi. upstream from Berrien Springs, MI., Stranded & wrecked.; 1839 Machinery put into the new PATRONAGE.
      Other Names: COLONEL CROCKETT; Final Date: Aug 1836; Ran St. Joseph River, ...
  • MICHIGAN (1833, Steamer)
        Dimensions (LBD): 145' x 29' x 11.2' ; Length overall 156'; beam over the guards 53'. Largest steamer on the Lakes; "Queen of the Lakes". 1833, Apr 27 Launched; ran Buffalo, NY & Green Bay, WI. 1833, Sep 30 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1834 13 day, 2,000 mile excursion tour to ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 145' x 29' x 11.2' ; Length overall 156'; beam ...
  • COBOURG (1833, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1847; Dimensions (LBD): 152' x 36' x 11' ; 1833 Ran Prescott - Niagara, ONT. 1835, Aug 6 Grounded near Brockville, ONT, St. Lawrence River. 1834 Both owners died aboard of cholera. 1834, Nov New boilers installed, general overhaul, engines improved. 1837, Oct 26 Aground on sand bar ...
      Final Date: 1847; Dimensions (LBD): 152' x 36' x 11' ; 1833 ...
  • BY, JOHN (1832, Steamer)
        Final Date: 25 Oct 1833; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 26' x 0' ; Regular route, York (Toronto) - Kingston, ONT; one of earliest sternwheelers; one of first high pressure engines.; Original Owner: Robert Drummond; Final Location: near Port Credit, close to Toronto, ONT. Lake Ontario., Wrecked on shore.
      Final Date: 25 Oct 1833; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 26' x 0' ...
  • PERRY, OLIVER H. (1834, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1843; 1835 Enrolled Maumee City, Ohio 1835 Boiler exploded 1838, April 26 In collision with steamer Buffalo off Erie, Pennsylvania, damage to wheelhouse & shaft, towed to Erie Harbor, sank, raised & repaired 1843 Abandoned
      Final Date: 1843; 1835 Enrolled Maumee City, Ohio 1835 Boiler exploded 1838, ...
  • OAKVILLE (1834, Steamer)
        Other Names: HAMILTON; 1833 Used on Lake Ontario. 1836 Renamed HAMILTON; rebuilt, Kingston, ONT, 300 tons; owned N. Hewson, Hamilton, ONT. 1839 Owned Ottawa Co. 1840 Rebuilt as a barge; renamed UNION. 1842 Owned D. Bethune. ; Original Owner: J. Mills
      Other Names: HAMILTON; 1833 Used on Lake Ontario. 1836 Renamed HAMILTON; rebuilt, ...
  • MINNESETUNK (1834, Steamer)
        Other Names: GODERICH; 1834 Built to run Goderich - Sandwich (Windsor), ONT with passengers & freight. 1839, Jul In collision with steamer ERIE at Malden, ONT, sunk in Detroit River; renamed GODERICH. 1841 Engine & boiler offered for sale, not known if hull raised.
      Other Names: GODERICH; 1834 Built to run Goderich - Sandwich (Windsor), ONT ...
  • GENERAL PORTER (1834, Steamer)
        Other Names: SIR CHARLES ADAM;H.M.S. TORONTO; Final Date: 1858; Dimensions (LBD): 147' 1" x 27' 10" x 9' 3" ; 1834, Jun 7 Enrolled Buffalo, NY; ran Buffalo to Detroit, occasionally Lake Erie & Niagara River. 1835, Mar 22 Sunk at layup dock, Buffalo; ice cracked discharge pipe & flooded ...
      Other Names: SIR CHARLES ADAM;H.M.S. TORONTO; Final Date: 1858; Dimensions (LBD): 147' ...
  • BROCKVILLE (1833, Steamer)
        Dimensions (LBD): 145' x 23' ; Operated Bay of Quinte - Prescott, ONT. Converted to 3 masted schooner in Portsmouth (near Kingston), in 1848 Out of service by 1856.
      Dimensions (LBD): 145' x 23' ; Operated Bay of Quinte - Prescott, ...
  • WHITE PIGEON (1832, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 77' 1" x 22' 2.5" x 8' 4" ; 1832, Jun 23 Enrolled Detroit, MI 1834 Abandoned?; change of ownership; enrolled Detroit. 1836, Aug Grounded, Detroit River. 1837, Jun 29 Owned Pease, Chester & Co., Detroit. 1839, Oct Ashore Michigan City, Lake Michigan.; Original Owner: De Garmo Jones
      Dimensions (LBD): 77' 1" x 22' 2.5" x 8' 4" ; 1832, ...
  • PERSEVERANCE (1832, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1843; Dimensions (LBD): 45' x 12' 6" x 4' 9" ; 1832 Enrolled at Presque Isle, Pennsylvania 1833 Enrolled at Buffalo, New York 1834 Enrolled at Detroit, Michigan 1835 Abandoned 1843 Broken up at Monroe, Michigan
      Final Date: 1843; Dimensions (LBD): 45' x 12' 6" x 4' 9" ...
  • GENERAL GRATIOT (1831, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1841; Dimensions (LBD): 84' x 15' 3" x 4' 1/2" ; Suspect build place was Michigan, not Ohio 1831 May 18 Launched; first steamer in Detroit & Saint Clair river service June 6 Enrolled Detroit, Michigan; second steamer ever enrolled there; ran Detroit to Port Huron three times ...
      Final Date: 1841; Dimensions (LBD): 84' x 15' 3" x 4' 1/2" ...
  • NORTH AMERICA (1834, Steamer)
        Final Date: 14 Jan 1847; Dimensions (LBD): 147' 8" x 26' x 10' ; 1834 Enrolled Cleveland, OH; sailed Buffalo, NY - Detroit, MI in three days, stopping at Dunkirk, Silver Creek, Erie, Ashtabula, Cleveland, Norwalk, Huron, Sandusky & Perrysburg. 1835, Sep 19 Bound Detroit - Buffalo, collision with brig ...
      Final Date: 14 Jan 1847; Dimensions (LBD): 147' 8" x 26' x ...
  • GORE (1839, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1861; Dimensions (LBD): 135' x 15.5' x 9' ; 1839, Apr 22 Launched 1839, June First trials (failed) 1839, Jul 16 second trial 1839, July 18: went into service 1840, August broke a shaft 1840, Nov on route, Toronto, Cobourg, Rochester 1842 running Kingston to Rochester 1844 running ...
      Final Date: 1861; Dimensions (LBD): 135' x 15.5' x 9' ; 1839, ...
  • NONSUCH (1834, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1837; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 30' x 0' ; 1834, Jun 28 First arrived Kingston; ran Ottawa River. 1837 Abandoned.; Original Owner: Ottawa & Rideau Forwarding Co.
      Final Date: 1837; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 30' x 0' ; 1834, ...
  • ROB ROY (1832, Schooner)
        Other Names: CYNTHIA; WESTERN; Final Date: 27 Apr 1842; 1832, Oct Owned Duncan McGregor, Chatham, ONT; wrecked, Goderich. 1833, May Rebuilt, Chatham; renamed CYNTHIA, sidewheel steamer, 60-100 tons; 60hp engine from steamer THAMES; owned D. McGregor, Thames Steam Navigation Co., ran Chatham-Sandwich, Marden & Goderich. 1838, Jan 8 Carried 200 ...
      Other Names: CYNTHIA; WESTERN; Final Date: 27 Apr 1842; 1832, Oct Owned ...
  • GREAT BRITAIN (1830, Steamer)
        Other Names: ELEONORA; Final Date: 18 Apr 1848; Dimensions (LBD): 147' x 23' x 12' ; 1830, Oct 16 Launched; Lake Ontario mail steamer, largest steamer built on Lakes since 1816 FRONTENAC. 1832, May 16 Towed 15 schooners & a Durham boat upstream Prescott, ONT - Kingston, ONT. 1834, Oct ...
      Other Names: ELEONORA; Final Date: 18 Apr 1848; Dimensions (LBD): 147' x ...
  • NEWBERRY, OLIVER (1833)
        Final Date: 1841; Dimensions (LBD): 120' 8" x 19' 9" x 7' 8" ; 1833, Nov 16 Enrolled Detroit, MI; daily service Detroit - Toledo. 1836, Jun 17 Owned Detroit & Maumee Steamboat Co, Maumee, OH. 1836 Rebuilt, Perrysburg; ran Cleveland - Detroit. 1839, Apr Foundered near Toledo, OH in ...
      Final Date: 1841; Dimensions (LBD): 120' 8" x 19' 9" x 7' ...
  • NAVIGATOR (1834, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 69' x 18.83' x 7.33' ; 1834 Enrolled Presque Isle, PA. 1835, Sep 25 Owned James C. Evans et al, Buffalo, NY. 1840, Oct 2 Damaged in Lake Erie gale at Buffalo. 1842, Apr 6 Owned Horace Snow, Buffalo. 1843 Rebuilt; 107 tons. 1844 Repaired. 1848, Apr 18 ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 69' x 18.83' x 7.33' ; 1834 Enrolled Presque Isle, ...
  • CONSTITUTION (1835, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 79.5' x 20' x 8.5' ; 1835, Sep 1 Enrolled Oswego, NY. 1837, Oct 28 Owned Hubbard & Co, Chicago, IL. 1839, Jun 13 Owned Guerdon S. Hubbard & H. Griswold, Chicago. 1840 Ran Chicago, IL - Buffalo, NY. 1840, Jun 24 Owned Smith & Webster, Chicago, IL. ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 79.5' x 20' x 8.5' ; 1835, Sep 1 Enrolled ...
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