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  • HUTCHINSON, JOHN M. (1893, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: DRAG; Official No.: 200703; Final Date: 1951; Dimensions (LBD): 75' x 20.8' x 9.3' ; 1899 Owned Buffalo Fire Department. 1904, Mar 31 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1930 Owned Carroll Brothers, Buffalo. 1930 Owned Canadian, C155296 renamed DRAG, 80 x 20.75 x 8.25', 107 gross / 21 net tons. ...
      Other Names: DRAG; Official No.: 200703; Final Date: 1951; Dimensions (LBD): 75' ...
  • MARSHALL, SAMUEL (1888, Steambarge)
        Other Names: BRANTFORD; Official No.: 116232; Dimensions (LBD): 198' x 34.3' x 15.2' ; 1888 Aug 3 Enrolled Grand Haven, MI. 1889, Mar 13 Owned Edward Smith et al, Buffalo, NY; towed D. P. Dobbins. 1892 Carried coal Lake Erie to Two Harbors and Duluth. 1895 Towed MANITOWOC and S. ...
      Other Names: BRANTFORD; Official No.: 116232; Dimensions (LBD): 198' x 34.3' x ...
  • CHURCHILL (1890, Schooner-barge)
        Official No.: 126629; Final Date: 13 Oct 1898; Dimensions (LBD): 202.4' x 38.3' x 16.3' ; 1890, May 17 Lauched; cost $45,000. 1890, Aug 6 Enrolled Port Huron, MI; owned A.W. Comstock, Alpena, et al; towed by steamer NIKO 1890 - 1898. 1892, Apr 12 Owned Warde Tansportation Co., J.J. ...
      Official No.: 126629; Final Date: 13 Oct 1898; Dimensions (LBD): 202.4' x ...
  • GORDON, CHARLES F. (1919, Schooner)
        Other Names: WEBSTER, J.O.;WING, J.T.;PERRY, OLIVER H.;WING, J.T.; Final Date: 28 Sep 1958; Dimensions (LBD): 147' x 34.66' x 13' ; 1923, Mar 12 Aground Key Sal, Bahamas, bound Neuvitas, Cuba - Turks Island. 1923 Owned J.O. Webster, Miami, FL.; 140.42 x 33.42 x 41', 431 gross / 373 net ...
      Other Names: WEBSTER, J.O.;WING, J.T.;PERRY, OLIVER H.;WING, J.T.; Final Date: 28 Sep ...
  • GUIDING STAR (1867, Propeller)
        Official No.: 85079; Final Date: 31 Aug 1892; Dimensions (LBD): 163.9' x 26.9' x 11.8' ; 1867, Sep 17 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1868 Ran New York Central Line with CITY OF DETROIT & BURLINGTON. 1868 617.17 gross tons US85079. 1870, Jul 17 Boiler blew up, sinking vessel at Port Maitland, ...
      Official No.: 85079; Final Date: 31 Aug 1892; Dimensions (LBD): 163.9' x ...
  • HORN, JOSEPHINE (1865, Schooner)
        Final Date: 25 Nov 1868; 1865 Enrolled Milwaukee, WI. 1866 Lost foremast, Lake Michigan. 1868, Nov 25 Wrecked Clay Banks, WI, Lake Erie.; Final Location: Clay Banks, WI. Lake Erie., Wrecked.
      Final Date: 25 Nov 1868; 1865 Enrolled Milwaukee, WI. 1866 Lost foremast, ...
  • DALHOUSIE CITY (1911, Excursion Vessel)
        Other Names: ISLAND KING II; Official No.: 130312; Final Date: 1961; Dimensions (LBD): 199.8' x 37' x 13.9' ; Designed by George Owen. 1911, Jun 24 Christened. 1911. Aug 14 First Voyage to Toronto; ran opposite GARDEN CITY through 1917 & then NORTHUMBERLAND through 1948. 1908 Owned Canadian Northern Railway. ...
      Other Names: ISLAND KING II; Official No.: 130312; Final Date: 1961; Dimensions ...
  • SARANAC (1846, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 56' x 16' 5" x 5' 10" ; 1847, May 25 Ashore 30 miles east of Chicago, Illinois, Lake Michigan 1851, April Ashore with lumber below Calumet River, Lake Michigan 1855, October 28 Ashore near Saint Joseph, Michigan, Lake Michigan; lost captain 1857 Rebuilt at New Buffalo, Michigan ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 56' x 16' 5" x 5' 10" ; 1847, May ...
  • MAID OF THE MIST (1885, Excursion Vessel)
        Official No.: 90692; Final Date: 22 Apr 1955; Dimensions (LBD): 71.2' x 16.1' x 6.6' ; 1885, Jun 10 Registered St. Catharines, ONT; owned Richard S. Carter & Frank LaBlond, Niagara Falls; Niagara Falls excursion trade. 1934 Extensive rebuild. 1955, Apr 22 Burned, Niagara River.; Original Owner: Maid of the ...
      Official No.: 90692; Final Date: 22 Apr 1955; Dimensions (LBD): 71.2' x ...
  • DRUMMOND, JESSIE (1864 - 65, Barkentine)
        Official No.: 51665; Final Date: 2 Dec 1902; Dimensions (LBD): 134' x 23' x 12' ; 1865 346 gross tons; ran Ontario - Hamburg, Germany with walnut lumber & steel rails. 1866, Jun Damaged sails, rigging, Lake Huron. 1869, Jun Lost Centreboard, Lake Ontario. 1869, Nov Aground Lake Ontario, wheat ...
      Official No.: 51665; Final Date: 2 Dec 1902; Dimensions (LBD): 134' x ...
  • CHICORA (1892, Propeller)
        Official No.: 126902; Final Date: 21 Jan 1895; Dimensions (LBD): 198.5' x 35' x 13.6' ; Ran Chicago, IL - Benton Harbor, MI year round. 1892, Jun 25 Launched. 1894, Feb 26 Stuck in ice 5-12 miles off Benton Harbor; released. 1895, Jan 21 Foundered.; Master Carpenter: John C. Parker; ...
      Official No.: 126902; Final Date: 21 Jan 1895; Dimensions (LBD): 198.5' x ...
  • LAURA GRACE (1901, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 107171; Dimensions (LBD): 76' x 16' 6" x 11' ; 1910, Dec Involved in the salvage of the steel steamer DUNELM, Port Arthur, ONT. 1918, Dec 6 Aground Rochester, Lake Ontario. 1919 Owned Montreal Transportation Co., Port Arthur, ONT. 1920 Not listed in Canadian _Liste des Navires_, no ...
      Official No.: 107171; Dimensions (LBD): 76' x 16' 6" x 11' ; ...
  • HART, FANNIE C. (1888, Steambarge)
        Other Names: ROWE, MARINA; Official No.: 120718; Dimensions (LBD): 142.8' x 30' x 10.6' ; 1888, Jul Ran to Chicago on maiden voyage. 1889 Rebuilt as a double decker, deepened 10' at Burger & Burger Shipyard, Manitowoc, WI; full cabin, 476 gross tons, 394 net tons. 1894 Reengined, fore & ...
      Other Names: ROWE, MARINA; Official No.: 120718; Dimensions (LBD): 142.8' x 30' ...
  • BROOKS, LEROY (1891, Yacht)
        Other Names: STOKES, HENRY;ABURG;DAWN LIGHT; Official No.: 141143; Dimensions (LBD): 75' x 14.6' x 7.6' ; 1894, May Seized by Canadian Government for infringement of fishery laws; released June 12. 1905 Owned H.D. Rehburg, Toledo, OH. 1910 Owned J.E. McQueen, Amherstburg, ONT; rebuilt as tug C116320, 71.3 x 15.2 x ...
      Other Names: STOKES, HENRY;ABURG;DAWN LIGHT; Official No.: 141143; Dimensions (LBD): 75' x ...
  • BUCKNOR, W.G. (1837, Schooner)
        Final Date: 28 Sep 1849; Dimensions (LBD): 75' x 21' x 7' ; 1844, Apr 17 Ashore at Southport (now Kenosha) WI, towed to Chicago, IL. 1847 Owned at Chicago, Simpson, McDonald & Clark. 1849, Sep 28 Foundered.; Final Location: North of Milwaukee, WI. Lake Michigan.; Sprang a leak, the ...
      Final Date: 28 Sep 1849; Dimensions (LBD): 75' x 21' x 7' ...
  • NEWLAND, J.B. (1870, Schooner)
        Official No.: 75366; Final Date: 1937; Dimensions (LBD): 112.9' x 26' x 7.8' ; 1870, Aug 18 Enrolled Milwaukee, WI. 1873, Sep 16 Owned F. Keller. 1874, Jun Outfit damaged, Lake Michigan. 1876, Mar 14 Owned H. Jones. 1882, Aug 15 Rebuilt; 111 x 26 x 8, 157.76 gross / ...
      Official No.: 75366; Final Date: 1937; Dimensions (LBD): 112.9' x 26' x ...
  • ANN MARIA (Schooner)
        Official No.: 387; Final Date: 1902; Dimensions (LBD): 131.2' x 26.3' x 11.3' ; 1865 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. c1865 Readmeasured 256.19. 1866 Enrolled Conneaut. 1869 Possibly stranded Stoney Island, Lake Huron. 1871-79 Owned M. Capron, Conneaut. 1880, Nov 6 Reported wrecked with 7 lives lost. 1884 Rebuilt. 1887, Apr 21 ...
      Official No.: 387; Final Date: 1902; Dimensions (LBD): 131.2' x 26.3' x ...
  • BRUCE (1882, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 83145; Final Date: 13 Feb 1906; Dimensions (LBD): 44' x 12' x 5.2' ; 1882, Apr Launched. 1882, May 26 Registered St. Catharines, ONT. 1899 Owned W. Lemoine, St. Catharines. 1906, Feb 13 Registry closed.; Original Owner: James Munro or John Cloy
      Official No.: 83145; Final Date: 13 Feb 1906; Dimensions (LBD): 44' x ...
  • CHINOOK (1904, Other)
        Official No.: 162193; Dimensions (LBD): 130' x 32' 2" x 8' 2" ; Converted to derrick - barge. 1930 Owned Ralph W. Jex, Toledo, OH; homeport Detroit, MI.
      Official No.: 162193; Dimensions (LBD): 130' x 32' 2" x 8' 2" ...
  • WHALEN, EDWARD C. (1913, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: MCLEAN, JOHN;ADANAC III; Official No.: 134013; Dimensions (LBD): 76' x 19' x 10' ; 1920 Owned Great Lakes Dredging & Contracting Co., Ltd., Ottawa, ONT. 1938 Owned Consolidated Dredging Co., Ltd., Toronto, ONT. 1947, Oct 17 McKeller River, struck a bank, sunk and raised, (1 life lost) 1954, ...
      Other Names: MCLEAN, JOHN;ADANAC III; Official No.: 134013; Dimensions (LBD): 76' 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.