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  • SIMLA (1903, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Official No.: 112144; Final Date: 1926; Dimensions (LBD): 225.6' x 34.8' x 15' ; 1903 Engines installed at Polson Iron Works, Limited, Toronto, Ontario 1911 Towed BURMA & CEYLON 1914 Owned Montreal Transportation Company 1920s Retired, laid up Portsmouth, Ontario; engines into steel canaller MAPLEHEATH 1926 November 23 Burned, Portsmouth, ...
    Ship     Official No.: 112144; Final Date: 1926; Dimensions (LBD): 225.6' x 34.8' x 15' ; 1903 Engines installed at Polson Iron Works, Limited, Toronto, Ontario 1911 Towed BURMA & CEYLON 1914 ...
  • PURITAN (1901, Propeller)
    Ship       Other Names: OTTAWA; COX, GEORGE M.; Official No.: 150898; Final Date: 27 May 1933; Dimensions (LBD): 235' x 40.5' x 21.9' ; 1901, April Launched; laid down as OTTAWA for Chicago Steamship Company, sold before completion; ran Chicago, Illinois to Benton Harbor, Michigan, Saint Joseph, Michigan & Holland, Michigan against ...
    Ship     Other Names: OTTAWA; COX, GEORGE M.; Official No.: 150898; Final Date: 27 May 1933; Dimensions (LBD): 235' x 40.5' x 21.9' ; 1901, April Launched; laid down as OTTAWA for ...
  • Tug ARTHUR D.
    ImageShip       "Tug ARTHUR D., 1905"
    ImageShip     "Tug ARTHUR D., 1905"
  • EUREKA (1909)
    Shipcomment       Other Names: SCOTT, T. J.
    Shipcomment     Other Names: SCOTT, T. J.
  • Yacht WINYAH in the Thunder Bay River
    ImageShip       The yacht DUNGENESS was constructed in Maryland and delivered in 1894 as Andrew Carnegie's private yacht. Frank W. Fletcher purchased the yacht in 1898 and brought it to Alpena on Lake Huron, renaming it WINYAH. At 115 feet, it was one of the most elegant and showiest vessels of the ...
    ImageShip     The yacht DUNGENESS was constructed in Maryland and delivered in 1894 as Andrew Carnegie's private yacht. Frank W. Fletcher purchased the yacht in 1898 and brought it to Alpena on ...
  • FLORENCE M
    ImageShip       The small ferry FLORENCE M. at an unknown location.
    ImageShip     The small ferry FLORENCE M. at an unknown location.
  • Dredge DEFIANCE in Thunder Bay River
    ImageShip       Greiling Brothers Company of Green Bay Wisconsin dredge DEFIANCE working in the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. Herman A. and Charles H. Greiling became partners in 1894.
    ImageShip     Greiling Brothers Company of Green Bay Wisconsin dredge DEFIANCE working in the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. Herman A. and Charles H. Greiling became partners in 1894.
  • ALVINA (1901, Yacht)
    Ship       Official No.: 107623; Dimensions (LBD): 180.9' x 26' x 16.9' ; 1903 Philadelphia. 1907 New York City. 1909 Duluth, Thomas F. Cole. 1917 Went to Belgium to assist with relief work 1916.; Original Owner: Alex S. Cochrane
    Ship     Official No.: 107623; Dimensions (LBD): 180.9' x 26' x 16.9' ; 1903 Philadelphia. 1907 New York City. 1909 Duluth, Thomas F. Cole. 1917 Went to Belgium to assist with relief ...
  • ETHEL S. (Fish Tug)
    Ship       Original Owner: Frank M. Stabel
    Ship     Original Owner: Frank M. Stabel
  • IROQUOIS (1901, Ferry)
    Ship       Other Names: ALASKA SHELL; Official No.: 100730; Final Date: 15 Apr 1984; Dimensions (LBD): 214' x 34.4' x 21.2' ; 1901 Built for Arnold Transit Co, passenger service Mackinac Island - Sault Ste. Marie, MI. 1903 Chartered to W. H. Singer, ran Duluth - Isle Royale. 1906 Chartered to Dunkly-Williams, ...
    Ship     Other Names: ALASKA SHELL; Official No.: 100730; Final Date: 15 Apr 1984; Dimensions (LBD): 214' x 34.4' x 21.2' ; 1901 Built for Arnold Transit Co, passenger service Mackinac Island ...
  • SARDINIA (1903, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Official No.: 200293; Final Date: 1939; Dimensions (LBD): 61' x 17' x 6.75' ; Final Location: Bay City, Michigan, Lake Huron, Abandoned
    Ship     Official No.: 200293; Final Date: 1939; Dimensions (LBD): 61' x 17' x 6.75' ; Final Location: Bay City, Michigan, Lake Huron, Abandoned
  • HUTCHINSON, J.T. (1901, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Other Names: ROCK, H.A.;LESLIE, ALEXANDER; Official No.: 77457; Final Date: 19 Jun 1971; Dimensions (LBD): 346' x 48' x 28' ; 1903, Nov 29 Stranded 5 miles above Eagle Harbor, MI, Lake Superior. 1906, Apr 23 Aground St. Mary's River; released. 1908, Mar 2 Collision with fuel lighter, Northwestern Fuel ...
    Ship     Other Names: ROCK, H.A.;LESLIE, ALEXANDER; Official No.: 77457; Final Date: 19 Jun 1971; Dimensions (LBD): 346' x 48' x 28' ; 1903, Nov 29 Stranded 5 miles above Eagle Harbor, ...
  • OSBORNE, CHASE S. (1906, Tug (Towboat))
    Ship       Other Names: GUARDIAN; Official No.: 203098; Dimensions (LBD): 128' 4" x 25' 2" x 12' 6" ; 1913 Owned Security Trust Co., Detroit, MI. 1914 Owned Pringle Barge Line, Cleveland, OH; 1 mast. 1916 Owned U. S. Shipping Board, went to Atlantic Coast, used as ice-breaker, Maine coast. 1920 Owned ...
    Ship     Other Names: GUARDIAN; Official No.: 203098; Dimensions (LBD): 128' 4" x 25' 2" x 12' 6" ; 1913 Owned Security Trust Co., Detroit, MI. 1914 Owned Pringle Barge Line, Cleveland, ...
  • SHEARWATER (1901, Naval Vessel)
    Ship       Other Names: VEDAS; Dimensions (LBD): 183.5' x 34.1' x 14' ; 1901 Stationed West Indies 1925 Decommissioned, renamed VEDAS, C151087 1926 Owned Shearwater Company, Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia; rebuilt as a sealing boat, but never used as such 1930 Engaged in rum running on Great Lakes 1935 Picked up by ...
    Ship     Other Names: VEDAS; Dimensions (LBD): 183.5' x 34.1' x 14' ; 1901 Stationed West Indies 1925 Decommissioned, renamed VEDAS, C151087 1926 Owned Shearwater Company, Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia; rebuilt as ...
  • NEPTUNE (1901, Bulk Freighter)
    Ship       Other Names: CONNELLY, WILLIAM M.;MARTIAN; Official No.: 13091; Dimensions (LBD): 346' x 48' x 28' ; 1904, Jul 5 Aground Nine Mile Point, St. Mary's River, cargo coal. 1913 Owned Interlake Steamship Co, Cleveland, OH. 1914 Reconstructed. 1916, Jun 5 Aground Simmon's Reef, Lake Michigan, coal laden. 1937 Owned Dolores ...
    Ship     Other Names: CONNELLY, WILLIAM M.;MARTIAN; Official No.: 13091; Dimensions (LBD): 346' x 48' x 28' ; 1904, Jul 5 Aground Nine Mile Point, St. Mary's River, cargo coal. 1913 Owned ...
  • MUNCY (1902, Package Freighter)
    Ship       Other Names: C.T. JAFFRAY;ROSLAGEN; Official No.: 93322; Final Date: 1960; Dimensions (LBD): 350' x 46' x 30' ; 1902, Sep 20 Launched. 1916 Owned Great Lakes Transit Corp, Buffalo, NY. 1926 Renamed C.T. JAFFRAY. 1942 Owned U.S. Maritime Commission, Washington, D.C. 1943 Rebuilt for ocean service at Todd Galveston Dry ...
    Ship     Other Names: C.T. JAFFRAY;ROSLAGEN; Official No.: 93322; Final Date: 1960; Dimensions (LBD): 350' x 46' x 30' ; 1902, Sep 20 Launched. 1916 Owned Great Lakes Transit Corp, Buffalo, NY. ...
  • HAWGOOD, H.B. (1903, Propeller)
    Ship       Other Names: PENECOST MITCHELL; Official No.: 96663; Final Date: 1946; Dimensions (LBD): 414' x 50' x 28' ; 1903 - 15 Owned Acme Transit Co., Cleveland, OH. 1913, Sep 13 Driven ashore Weis Beach, 2 miles above Port Edwards, ONT, Lake Huron. 1916 - 43 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Co.,Cleveland; renamed ...
    Ship     Other Names: PENECOST MITCHELL; Official No.: 96663; Final Date: 1946; Dimensions (LBD): 414' x 50' x 28' ; 1903 - 15 Owned Acme Transit Co., Cleveland, OH. 1913, Sep 13 ...
  • EASTLAND (1903, Steamer)
    Ship       Other Names: USS WILMETTE; Official No.: 200031; Final Date: 1948; Dimensions (LBD): 265' x 38.2' x 19.5' ; 1904 Overhauled & remodeled, Port Huron, MI. 1906, May 23 Owned Michigan Transportation Co., Michigan City, IN. 1907, Apr 12 Owned Eastland Steamship Co., Rocky River, OH. 1909, May 10 Owned Eastland ...
    Ship     Other Names: USS WILMETTE; Official No.: 200031; Final Date: 1948; Dimensions (LBD): 265' x 38.2' x 19.5' ; 1904 Overhauled & remodeled, Port Huron, MI. 1906, May 23 Owned Michigan ...
  • MONTEZUMA (1903, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: 93397; Final Date: 1939; Dimensions (LBD): 342' x 46' x 21.6' ; Sister to CHIEFTAN; last vessel built at the Davidson shipyard; last wooden vessel of her size. 1903, Jul 30 Enrolled Port Huron, MI. 1904 Owned Davidson Steamship Co, Duluth, MN. 1906, May 10 Leaking at Ashtabula, ...
    Ship     Official No.: 93397; Final Date: 1939; Dimensions (LBD): 342' x 46' x 21.6' ; Sister to CHIEFTAN; last vessel built at the Davidson shipyard; last wooden vessel of her size. ...
  • MANISTIQUE, MARQUETTE & NORTHERN NO. 1 (1903, Car Ferry (Rail Ferry))
    Ship       Other Names: MILWAUKEE; Official No.: 93363; Final Date: 22 Oct 1929; Dimensions (LBD): 338' x 56' x 19.42' ; 1904 Owned Union Trust Co, Chicago, IL. 1906 Owned Manistique-Marquette & Northern Railroad Co, Manistique, MI. 1908 Owned Manistique & Northern Railroad Co, Manistique. 1908, Jan 5 Damaged in ice off ...
    Ship     Other Names: MILWAUKEE; Official No.: 93363; Final Date: 22 Oct 1929; Dimensions (LBD): 338' x 56' x 19.42' ; 1904 Owned Union Trust Co, Chicago, IL. 1906 Owned Manistique-Marquette & ...
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