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  • Decade: 1840-1849
  • FASHIONS (1849, Scow Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 64' 10" x 16' x 3' 2" ; 1850, Jul 1 Capsized in a squall about 15 miles east of Cleveland, OH. 1852, May 20 Enrolled Cleveland. 1853 Enrolled Sandusky, OH.
      Dimensions (LBD): 64' 10" x 16' x 3' 2" ; 1850, Jul ...
  • LOUISE (pre1846, Schooner)
        1846, Feb 26 Owned Ross Mitchell Co, Moffat, Murray & Co, Kingston, ONT.
      1846, Feb 26 Owned Ross Mitchell Co, Moffat, Murray & Co, Kingston, ...
  • FAIRFIELD (1846, Schooner)
        Final Date: 29 Sep 1869; Dimensions (LBD): 128' x 26' x 11' ; 1846, May 2 Launched Oswego, NY; enrolled Oswego. 1854 Enrolled French Creek, NY. 1856 Rebuilt, same tonnage. 1858, Jan Dragged ashore, Clayton, NY; released & repaired. 1861 Owned Carey & Calvin, Clayton; large repairs. 1861, Jul Lost ...
      Final Date: 29 Sep 1869; Dimensions (LBD): 128' x 26' x 11' ...
  • EXCELSIOR (1847, Schooner)
        Final Date: Nov 1862; 1847, Apr 14 Launched Milan, OH; enrolled Buffalo; ran Detroit - Buffalo & Chicago with grain & lumber. 1848, Oct Towed schooner JOSEPHINE. 1849 Enrolled Buffalo Creek District. 1849, Mar Damaged in freshet at Chicago, IL. 1852, Apr Owned Fox & Bruce, Buffalo. 1853, May 30 ...
      Final Date: Nov 1862; 1847, Apr 14 Launched Milan, OH; enrolled Buffalo; ...
  • FANCY (pre1846, Revenue Cutter)
        1846, Aug 14 Capt. Dobbins, in war of 1812 left Buffalo, NY with FANCY to command the ERIE.
      1846, Aug 14 Capt. Dobbins, in war of 1812 left Buffalo, NY ...
  • EUROPE (1844, Brig)
        Final Date: Oct 1850; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 25.5' x 9.4' ; 1844, Apr Launched. 1844 - 1847 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1845, Jun 16 Struck by squall off Fairport, OH; lost fore & main topmasts; returned for repairs. 1846, Mar Repaired from freshet at Buffalo. 1846, Apr 23 Collided with ...
      Final Date: Oct 1850; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 25.5' x 9.4' ; ...
  • EUREKA (1847, Brig)
        Dimensions (LBD): 137' x 26' x 0' ; 1847, May 8 Enrolled Cleveland, OH; worked as grain hauler Buffalo - Chicago. 1847, Jun 8 Lost part of rigging in blow off Buffalo. 1848, Nov 2 Struck bar going into Buffalo & drifted ashore with 13,000 bushels corn. 1849, May 1 ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 137' x 26' x 0' ; 1847, May 8 Enrolled ...
  • ETNA (1841, Scow Schooner)
        Final Date: 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 68' 11" x 18' 11" x 6' 4" ; 1841, Jul 22 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1842, Aug 20 Owned Jeremiah Ellsworth, Silver Creek. 1843 Rebuilt, 94.71 tons. 1845 Ran ashore at Kalamazoo harbor during a gale; lumber laden, bound for Chicago. 1847 Nov Ashore near ...
      Final Date: 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 68' 11" x 18' 11" x 6' ...
  • DOVER (1848, Scow Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 63' 6" x 15' 9" x 2' 2" ; 1848, Jul 1 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1851, Dec 1 Owned Eli Lonevant, Frenchtown, Monroe Co, MI. 1856, Jul 10 Owned Francis Sanscrant, Monroe Co. 1857, Nov 17 Owned Louis Dubreuit, Newport (Marine City) & Eli Sanscrainte, Monroe Co. 1858, ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 63' 6" x 15' 9" x 2' 2" ; 1848, ...
  • SHEPPARDOON (1845, Schooner)
        Dubious vessel. Schooner Bonnie Doon and/or L. B. Shepard??
      Dubious vessel. Schooner Bonnie Doon and/or L. B. Shepard??
  • MANHATTAN (1847, Propeller)
        Final Date: 1 Sep 1859; Dimensions (LBD): 140' x 25' 2.5" x 9' 11.5" ; 1847, Mar 13 Enrolled Cleveland, OH; ran Buffalo, NY - Chicago, IL. 1847, Jun 3 Ran on Mackinac reef in fog; released by revenue cutter ERIE. 1847, Jun 19 Collision with brig SALTILLO, sinking her ...
      Final Date: 1 Sep 1859; Dimensions (LBD): 140' x 25' 2.5" x ...
  • NORTHWESTERN (1847, Schooner)
        Final Date: 30 Sep 1850; 1847 Enrolled Oswego, NY. 1850, Apr Owned Robert Green et al. 1850, Sep 30 Sank, Lake Huron.; Final Location: 14 miles above Presque Isle, MI. Lake Huron., Sank.; Bound Oswego, NY - Chicago, IL, sank in collision with steamer MONTICELLO. 2004 Wreck located.
      Final Date: 30 Sep 1850; 1847 Enrolled Oswego, NY. 1850, Apr Owned ...
  • CALIFORNIA (1849, Scow Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 74.6' x 18.9' x 5.1' ; 1851 - 61 Detroit District. 1854, Dec 16 Beached 4 mi. north Lexington, MI with load of shingles; refloated.
      Dimensions (LBD): 74.6' x 18.9' x 5.1' ; 1851 - 61 Detroit ...
  • BURLINGTON (1842, Brig)
        1842 Enrolled Cleveland, OH; new vessel. 1844 - 1853 5 enrollments Cleveland, OH. 1847 Reportedly off the Lakes. 1848, Nov 25 Wrecked in gale near Sackett's harbor, loaded with wheat. 1853, Oct 28 Sprang a leak & ran ashore at Cat Fish Creek, Canada; cargo coal. 1854, Nov 20 Wrecked ...
      1842 Enrolled Cleveland, OH; new vessel. 1844 - 1853 5 enrollments Cleveland, ...
  • BUCKEYE (1841, Schooner)
        1841 Enrolled Portland, OH. 1842, Nov 20 Ashore near Conneaut, OH in gale. 1844 - 45 Enrolled Sandusky, OH. 1844 Lost main mast off Conneaut, OH. 1848, Oct Rebuilt at Sandusky. 1854 Enrolled Chicaago, Il; tonnage changed to 167.
      1841 Enrolled Portland, OH. 1842, Nov 20 Ashore near Conneaut, OH in ...
  • CALVIN, DEXTER (1842, Schooner)
        Built for stave trade. 1850, Nov 24 Sprung leak Lake Erie, cargo railroad iron, ran back into canal. 1850 Rebuilt Garden Island. 1860 Owned C. Maddock, Kingston, ONT. ; Original Owner: D Calvin fleet
      Built for stave trade. 1850, Nov 24 Sprung leak Lake Erie, cargo ...
  • CALEDONIA (1842, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 91' x 18.3' x 8.9' ; 1850 Rebuilt, Toronto. 1850, May 30 Registered Montreal. 1851, Nov 3 Reported ashore & total wreck, Port Burwell. 1851 - 52 Thoroughly repaired. 1854 Rebuilt Toronto, owned McMurrick & Co. 1856 Large repairs, owned Robert Moody, Port Credit. 1857 Owned T. Herrington. ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 91' x 18.3' x 8.9' ; 1850 Rebuilt, Toronto. 1850, ...
  • DUNCOMBE, D. (pre1848, Schooner)
        1848 Noted during season running Buffalo, NY - Port Rowan, ONT with lumber.
      1848 Noted during season running Buffalo, NY - Port Rowan, ONT with ...
  • MOHAWK (1843, Steamer)
        Other Names: SIR JAMES KEMPT; Final Date: 6 Jul 1884; Dimensions (LBD): 99' x 19' 6" x 9' 10" ; 1843 Built England, assembled Kingston, ONT; first iron warship in the world. 1843, Feb 21 Launched. 1846, May 14 Lengthened 30' at Fowler & Hood Marine Railway, Kingston, ONT; 130 ...
      Other Names: SIR JAMES KEMPT; Final Date: 6 Jul 1884; Dimensions (LBD): ...
  • MONTREAL (1843, Steamer)
        Other Names: BRITANNIA; Final Date: 1863; Dimensions (LBD): 92' x 17' x 7' ; She usually operated on Montreal-Ottawa-Kingston triangle 1844 Owned T. Maxwell. 1846 Owned S.W. Brady. 1848 Renamed BRITANNIA. 1850, Apr 17 Owned J.A. Glassford & James Archibald Walker. 1854 Owned M.K. Dickinson, Ottawa, ONT. 1855 Owned M. ...
      Other Names: BRITANNIA; Final Date: 1863; Dimensions (LBD): 92' x 17' x ...
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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.