1887-92 Three enrollments Grand Haven, MI; ran passenger & freight service to Chicago, IL.
1888, apr 12 Owned Sands & Maxwell Lumber Co., Pentwater, MI.
1892, Jul 23 Rebuilt by John W. Callister at Grand Haven; 2 decks, 1 mast, same dimensions; 228.79 gross/ 147.84 net tons; owned Wallace B. Griffen et al, Saugatunk, MI.
1893 New cabin added.
1904, Apr 2 Owned John F. Henry et al, Saugatuck.
1905, Sep 22 Chartered to Nesson Transportation Co., Manistee, MI to run between Ludington, MI, Pentwater & Milwaukee, WI.
1906, Jul 13 Chartered to Green Bay Transportation Co. for season.
1907, Aug 23 Chartered to F.E. Lewellyn, Montague, MI to run Montague to Milwaukee.
1909, May 24 Enrolled Chicago; owned Nesson Transportation Co., Manistee.
1910, Jun 1 American documents surrendered at Chicago; sold Canadian; owned Pelee & Lake Erie Navigation Co., Pelee Island, ONT; C126193; renamed ALFRED CLARKE.
Ran passenger service from Leamington, ONT to Kingsville, Amherstburg, Windsor & Pelee.
1914, May 8 Enrolled Marquette, MI then May 28 enrolled Detroit, MI; owned Charles McCauley & John J. Cleary, Escanaba, MI; renamed SAUGATUCK.
1919, Jun 20 Enrolled Chicago; owned Phil Kegel & Joseph M. Wagner; rebuilt as excursion steamer; 96.96 gross/ 59.09 net tons; ran Chicago Municipal pier & Lincoln Park.
1921, Apr 29 Same owner.
1924, May 23 Rebuilt by T. Berget at North Branch River Ship Yard; same owner.
1931, Jul 7 Documents surrendered Chicago; vessel abandoned & sunk having lain in North Ave Basin, Chicago River for 2 years; scuttled in Lake Michigan.
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