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  • Collections: C. Patrick Labadie Collection
  • Decade: 1820-1829
  • ENTERPRISE (1829, Schooner)
        Final Date: 1836; 1830 Enrolled Genessee, NY. 1830 - 1836 Six enrollments Oswego, NY. 1834 Rebuilt 55 tons old measure; enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1836 Sank, Lake Ontario.; Original Owner: H. Gallop and R. Cole; Final Location: 4 miles below Big Sodus Bay, NY. Lake Ontario., Sank.; All hands lost but ...
      Final Date: 1836; 1830 Enrolled Genessee, NY. 1830 - 1836 Six enrollments ...
  • LA GRANGE (1826, Schooner)
        Final Date: 17 Nov 1835; Dimensions (LBD): 74' x 20' x 7.58' ; 1826, Jun 24 Launched. 1826, Aug 4 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1828, Nov 20 Transported 2 companies of Second Regiment Infantry from Green Bay. 1835, Nov 17 Ashore in storm, Lake Erie; owned Oliver Newberry, Cleveland, OH.; Original ...
      Final Date: 17 Nov 1835; Dimensions (LBD): 74' x 20' x 7.58' ...
  • LAFAYETTE (1824, Schooner)
        Final Date: Oct 1838; Dimensions (LBD): 79.5' x 13.25' x 2.16' ; 1835, Nov Ashore in gale & sank, Mackinac, MI., Lake Michigan, with flour & passengers. 1838, Oct Wrecked, Lake Michigan.; Original Owner: John Dows, Ira B. Carry, John Newell; Final Location: Lake Michigan., Wrecked.
      Final Date: Oct 1838; Dimensions (LBD): 79.5' x 13.25' x 2.16' ; ...
  • MILAN (1825, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 54' 5" x 16' 3" x 5' 6" ; 1825, Sep 3 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1828, Aug 22 Owned Edward Burke & Samuel Bosworth, Buffalo. 1828, Dec Aground, Dunkirk, NY. 1830, May 1 Owned Samuel Bosworth, Buffalo.; Original Owner: Ebenezer Johnson & Samuel Wilkinson
      Dimensions (LBD): 54' 5" x 16' 3" x 5' 6" ; 1825, ...
  • POCAHONTAS (1820, Schooner)
        1820 First enrolled Sackets Harbor, NY.
      1820 First enrolled Sackets Harbor, NY.
  • CAROLINE (1827, Schooner)
        Final Date: 7 Dec 1839; 1824 Enrolled Genesee, NY; new vessel. 1829 Enrolled Ogdensburg, NY. 1832, Dec 2 Bound Oswego, NY to Ogdensburg, capsized & abandoned by crew; recovered & towed to Oswego; owned J.T. Trowbridge, Oswego. 1833 Enrolled Oswego. 1835 Enrolled Maumee, OH. 1835 Enrolled Oswego. 1837 Changed tonnage ...
      Final Date: 7 Dec 1839; 1824 Enrolled Genesee, NY; new vessel. 1829 ...
  • YOUNG LION (1827, Schooner)
        Final Date: 6 Jul 1836; 1827-36 Eight enrollments Buffalo, NY. 1828, Oct Went ashore Otter Creek, Canada; got off. 1829, Nov Aground Portland, NY; got off; little damage. 1833, Oct Arrived Cleveland, OH with sails split in storm; cargo flour. 1836, Jul 6 Sank in lake Erie storm; owned Smith, ...
      Final Date: 6 Jul 1836; 1827-36 Eight enrollments Buffalo, NY. 1828, Oct ...
  • DALHOUSIE (1820, Steamer)
        1820, Oct 23 Maiden voyage; ran Montreal - Terrebonne. "Short lived."
      1820, Oct 23 Maiden voyage; ran Montreal - Terrebonne. "Short lived."
  • SAVAGE (1827, Sloop)
        Dimensions (LBD): 52.1' x 14.11' x 5' ; Supplied forts & Indian trading posts in Northwest, including Saginaw, Mackinac, Green Bay & St. Joseph. 1929, Dec Blown across bar at St. Joseph & spent winter in St. Joseph River; feared lost.; Original Owner: Oliver Newberry
      Dimensions (LBD): 52.1' x 14.11' x 5' ; Supplied forts & Indian ...
  • TORONTO (1824, Steamer)
        Structurally weak; difficult to keep dry; hard to keep on course; grounded on numerous occasions. 1880, Dec 13 Auctioned off.
      Structurally weak; difficult to keep dry; hard to keep on course; grounded ...
  • PENN, WILLIAM (1826, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1837; Dimensions (LBD): 95' x 25' x 8' ; 1826, May 11 Enrolled Presque Isle; to run Erie, Pennsylvania to Buffalo, New York 1826, May 18 Launched Erie Pennsylvania 1827, August 10 Broke flange on fly wheel, Lake Erie 1828, July Ran Buffalo to Green Bay, Wisconsin 1829, ...
      Final Date: 1837; Dimensions (LBD): 95' x 25' x 8' ; 1826, ...
  • KING, RUFUS (1826, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1845; 1845 Abandoned.
      Final Date: 1845; 1845 Abandoned.
  • COLUMBUS (1826, Schooner)
        Final Date: Nov 1842; 1826 - 30 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1830 - 38 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1831, Aug 2 Owned Isaac S. Smith, Buffalo, NY. 1842, Nov Lost on Lake Michigan, "brig".; Final Location: Michigan City, Indiana, Lake Michigan
      Final Date: Nov 1842; 1826 - 30 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1830 - ...
  • THE BROTHERS (1820, Schooner)
        Final Date: 1835; 1835 Reported wrecked at Buffalo.; Final Location: Buffalo, NY piers. Lake Erie., Wrecked.; Landed on top of pier; total loss.
      Final Date: 1835; 1835 Reported wrecked at Buffalo.; Final Location: Buffalo, NY ...
  • CHAMBLY (1820, Steamer)
  • DREAD (1823, Schooner)
        1823 Three enrollments, Portland. 1823, Sep 7 Aground Long Point, Lake Erie; bound Buffalo, NY - Detroit, MI with 30 emigrants from Ontario Co. 1832 Of Black Rock.
      1823 Three enrollments, Portland. 1823, Sep 7 Aground Long Point, Lake Erie; ...
  • ROBBINS (pre1825, Schooner)
        1825 Rebuilt as sidewheel steamer, Sacketts Harbor, New York, 50 old- style tons
      1825 Rebuilt as sidewheel steamer, Sacketts Harbor, New York, 50 old- style ...
  • MOLSON, JOHN (1829, Steamer)
  • GEORGE IV (1828)
        1831, Apr Aground at Toronto, ONT, along with LADY COLBORNE & LADY HILLIER; released.
      1831, Apr Aground at Toronto, ONT, along with LADY COLBORNE & LADY ...
  • GEORGE (1821, Schooner)
        1821 First enrolled Cape Vincent, NY. 1821 - 25 Enrolled Genesee. 1825 Enrolled Ogdensburg, NY. 1826 - 31 Enrolled Genesee, NY.
      1821 First enrolled Cape Vincent, NY. 1821 - 25 Enrolled Genesee. 1825 ...
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C. Patrick Labadie Collection


The C. Patrick Labadie Collection within the Thunder Bay Sanctuary Research Collection is 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.