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  • HOPE, GEORGE T. (1883, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: CULLIGAN; Official No.: 85800; Final Date: 27 Sep 1912; Dimensions (LBD): 263' x 39.1' x 19' ; 1883, Jul Launched. 1883, Aug 13 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1883, Oct Aground Buffalo, Lake Erie. 1884 Towed SUR WATSON. 1885 Towed DAVID VANCE, Duluth, MN, grain trade. 1886, Sep 3 Aground, ...
      Other Names: CULLIGAN; Official No.: 85800; Final Date: 27 Sep 1912; Dimensions ...
  • IRON CHIEF (1881, Schooner-barge)
        Official No.: 100287; Final Date: 3 Oct 1904; Dimensions (LBD): 212.33' x 35' x 17.5' ; 1881, Jul 19 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1882, Apr 22 Converted to propeller at Detroit; fitted with steeple compound engine, 22" x 48" x 36", by Christie & DeGraff, Frontier Iron Works, Detroit; also 10' ...
      Official No.: 100287; Final Date: 3 Oct 1904; Dimensions (LBD): 212.33' x ...
  • INDIANAPOLIS (1904, Propeller)
        Official No.: 200920; Final Date: 1939; Dimensions (LBD): 180' x 32' x 18.5' ; 1904, May Launched. 1904, May 24 Enrolled Toledo, OH. 1904 Owned Indiana Transportation Co., Michigan City, IN. 1905 Owned George H. Lent, Seattle, WA. 1906 Owned International Steamship Co., Portland, OR. 1911 Owned Tacoma, Seattle, Everett ...
      Official No.: 200920; Final Date: 1939; Dimensions (LBD): 180' x 32' x ...
  • GRIFFITH, G.P. (1848, Steamer)
        Final Date: 17 Jun 1850; Dimensions (LBD): 193.3' x 28.1' x 11.3' ; 1848, Apr 18 Enrolled Detroit; ran Buffalo - Sandusky & Toledo with steamer TROY. 1849, Oct 17 Collided with schooner CALIFORNIA which filled & drifted ashore. 1850, Jun 17 Burned, Lake Erie, 212 - 287 lives lost. ...
      Final Date: 17 Jun 1850; Dimensions (LBD): 193.3' x 28.1' x 11.3' ...
  • QUEEN OF THE LAKES (1872, Steamer)
        Official No.: 20593; Final Date: 20 Sep 1898; Dimensions (LBD): 108' x 19' x 4.2' ; 1872, May 25 Launched, first iron vessel built in Michigan. 1873 Repairs, new engines. 1884 Enrolled Charlevoix, MI. 1886, May Owned Joseph Lloyd, Duluth, MN. 1887 Rebuilt, weather deck structure raised 18 in.; machinery ...
      Official No.: 20593; Final Date: 20 Sep 1898; Dimensions (LBD): 108' x ...
  • HARRISON, BENJAMIN (1889, Schooner)
        Official No.: 3424; Dimensions (LBD): 175' x 32' x 12' ; Date unknown Owned Olga Transportation Company, Tonawanda, NY. 1889 Towed by JOHN C. PRINGLE with SWEETHEART & H.J. WEBB. 1895 Owned H.C. Durand, Rochester, NY. 1896 Owned Hollister Brothers, Gratwick, NY. 1897 Owned Edward G. Riesterer, Tonawanda. 1904 Owned ...
      Official No.: 3424; Dimensions (LBD): 175' x 32' x 12' ; Date ...
  • SENECA CHIEF (1825, Canalboat)
        Dimensions (LBD): 73' 3" x 13' x 3' ; 1825, Oct 26 First canal boat that passed from Lakes to tide water at Lockport, Erie Canal, Hudson River to Atlantic. Later owned by Robert Hunter et al, S.B. Jermaine et al, Freeman Goodman Et al & John Hartman et al; ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 73' 3" x 13' x 3' ; 1825, Oct 26 ...
  • HANLAN, JOHN (1884, Ferry)
        Official No.: 85519; Dimensions (LBD): 71' x 16' x 6' ; 1884, Aug 29 Burned at dock, Toronto, ONT. 1899 Owned John Hanlan, Toronto, ONT. 1930 Owned Lawrence Solman, Toronto.
      Official No.: 85519; Dimensions (LBD): 71' x 16' x 6' ; 1884, ...
  • HART, EUGENE C. (1890, Propeller)
        Other Names: NORLUND; Official No.: 136131; Final Date: 13 Nov 1922; Dimensions (LBD): 129.5' x 25' x 9.5' ; 1890, Jul 13 Enrolled Milwaukee, WI. 1893, Apr 3 Lengthened at Milwaukee, 152.42 x 25 x 9.33', 522.46 gross / 470.19 net tons. 1894 Ran Mackinaw route. 1899, Jun 17 Owned ...
      Other Names: NORLUND; Official No.: 136131; Final Date: 13 Nov 1922; Dimensions ...
  • LORD, JARVIS (1873, Bulk Freighter)
        Official No.: 75499; Final Date: 17 Aug 1885; Dimensions (LBD): 178.3' x 32.6' x 18' ; 1872, Nov Launched; second double-decked vessel on Lakes; coarse freight for iron ore & coal trade. 1873, May 19 Enrolled Port Huron. 1874 Ran on Ward's Lake Superior Line, 11 round trips to Lake ...
      Official No.: 75499; Final Date: 17 Aug 1885; Dimensions (LBD): 178.3' x ...
  • HARTNELL, GEORGE E. (1896, Barge)
        Other Names: GLENSANNOX;PORTSMOUTH; Official No.: 86348; Final Date: 1938; Dimensions (LBD): 352' x 44.2' x 22.3' ; 1898 Towed by S.R. KIRBY. 1911, Jul 27 Collision with steamer SENECA at Chicago, IL, Lake Michigan. 1914, Jun 27 Aground Duluth, MN. 1916, May 8 In tow of S.R.KIRBY when lost on ...
      Other Names: GLENSANNOX;PORTSMOUTH; Official No.: 86348; Final Date: 1938; Dimensions (LBD): 352' ...
  • 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 ...
  • IROQUOIS (1892, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: WINDSOR ; Official No.: 100524; Final Date: 1923; Dimensions (LBD): 242' x 41' x 20' ; 1892, Apr Launched. 1892, May 17 Enrolled Port Huron, MI. 1897 Owned W. C. Richardson et al, Cleveland, OH. 1897, Jun Collision with propeller INTER OCEAN, Detroit River. 1899 Towed J.J. BARLUM. ...
      Other Names: WINDSOR ; Official No.: 100524; Final Date: 1923; Dimensions (LBD): ...
  • 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 ...
  • FAIRMOUNT (1903, Propeller)
        Official No.: 112276; Final Date: 23 Aug 1915; Dimensions (LBD): 248.5' x 42' x 20.5' ; 1915, Aug 23 Stranded in Bahamas.; Original Owner: Montreal Transportation Co., Ltd.; Final Location: Bahamas. Atlantic Ocean., Stranded.; Bound Newport News - Cienfuegos with coal, stranded & was abandoned.
      Official No.: 112276; Final Date: 23 Aug 1915; Dimensions (LBD): 248.5' x ...
  • FARWELL, JESSIE H. (1881, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: FOLLETTE, JAMES W.; Official No.: 76203; Final Date: 16 May 1923; Dimensions (LBD): 212.2' x 35.6' x 19.6' ; 1881, Apr Launched Gibraltar, MI; often towed J. H. RUTTER. 1881, May 23 Enrolled Detroit, MI. 1881, Jun Ran ore Escanaba, MI - Ashtabula, OH. 1885, Oct 12 Aground ...
      Other Names: FOLLETTE, JAMES W.; Official No.: 76203; Final Date: 16 May ...
  • EUREKA (1899, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: KETCHIKAN;NIZINA (JAPAN);NIZINA MARU; Official No.: 136740; Final Date: Oct 1916; Dimensions (LBD): 237.5' x 42' x 23.4' ; 1899, May 13 Launched. 1899, Jun 19 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1901 Owned Globe Navigation Co, Seattle, WA. 1907 Owned Pacific Coast Steamship Co, San Francisco, CA. 1917 Owned Alaska Steamship ...
      Other Names: KETCHIKAN;NIZINA (JAPAN);NIZINA MARU; Official No.: 136740; Final Date: Oct 1916; ...
  • FERN, U.S.S. (1871, Lighthouse Tender)
        Other Names: GOPHER, U.S.S.; Official No.: LHS; Dimensions (LBD): 155' x 27.25' x 13' ; 1890, Jan 30 Owned U.S. Navy; converted to auxiliary naval vessel; 160 x 28 x 11.75'; performed general duties along east coast; during Spanish American War, ran Key West, FL - Santiago & Guantanamo Bay, ...
      Other Names: GOPHER, U.S.S.; Official No.: LHS; Dimensions (LBD): 155' x 27.25' ...
  • ETRURIA (1902, Propeller)
        Official No.: 136977; Final Date: 18 Jun 1905; Dimensions (LBD): 414' x 50' x 24' ; 1902, Apr 12 Enrolled Port Huron. 1903, Mar 25 Rebuilt Cleveland, OH, 414' x 50' x 28', 4653 gross / 3,415 net tons. 1905, Jun 18 Collided with steamer AMASA STONE in fog ten ...
      Official No.: 136977; Final Date: 18 Jun 1905; Dimensions (LBD): 414' x ...
  • ETHEL (1895, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: R. C. CO. TUG #1;R. C. L. TUG #1;ARGUE MARTIN; Official No.: 103332; Dimensions (LBD): 64' x 19.2' x 9' ; 1930 Sold to Harrigan Tug Lines, Port Dalhousie, ONT. 1930 -mid Chartered to Lloyd Tankers. 1938 Owned Russell Construction Co. Ltd., Toronto, ONT; renamed R. C. CO. ...
      Other Names: R. C. CO. TUG #1;R. C. L. TUG #1;ARGUE MARTIN; ...
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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.