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  • AYLMER (1846, Steamer)
        Official No.: 33282; Dimensions (LBD): 111' x 25' ; 1860-66 Owned Union Forwarding Co., Ottawa, ONT. Reportedly broken up in 1864.
      Official No.: 33282; Dimensions (LBD): 111' x 25' ; 1860-66 Owned Union ...
  • BELLE ELIZA (1866, Scow Schooner)
        Official No.: 2421; 1868 Tonnage changed 103 gross, lengthened. 1871 Owned John Duff, Pt. Clinton.
      Official No.: 2421; 1868 Tonnage changed 103 gross, lengthened. 1871 Owned John ...
  • BELLE (1876, Fish Tug)
        Official No.: 71184; Dimensions (LBD): 31' x 9.5' x 4' ; 1878 Owned William Pilgrim, Meaford, ONT; home port, Owen Sound. 1884 Owned John McRae, Meaford. 1911, Oct Reported broken up.
      Official No.: 71184; Dimensions (LBD): 31' x 9.5' x 4' ; 1878 ...
  • SWEETHEART (pre1892, Yacht)
        1892, Oct 30/31 Owned Gilbert, Duluth, MN; cut loose & damaged by logs in Gray's boom.
      1892, Oct 30/31 Owned Gilbert, Duluth, MN; cut loose & damaged by ...
  • SWEETHEART (1867, Schooner)
        Official No.: 22397; Final Date: 6 Jul 1913; Dimensions (LBD): 175' 4" x 32' 6" x 13' 4" ; 1868, Jul 24 Ashore south of Chicago, IL., Lake Michigan. 1869, May Collision damage, Chicago. 1870, Nov Dismasted Manitous, Lake Michigan; owned H.N. Strong. 1872, Nov 12 Ashore Duluth Lighthouse, MN., ...
      Official No.: 22397; Final Date: 6 Jul 1913; Dimensions (LBD): 175' 4" ...
  • THOMPSON, C.D. (1893, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 126998; Final Date: 19 Feb 1940; Dimensions (LBD): 81' x 19.16' x 11' ; 1893, September Launched, Port Huron, Michigan 1893, October 14 Enrolled, Port Huron 1899, April Repaired Fitzgerald's dock 1929 Owned Thomas Durocher, Detour, Michigan 1930 Owned Standard Dredge Company, New York, New York 1940, February ...
      Official No.: 126998; Final Date: 19 Feb 1940; Dimensions (LBD): 81' x ...
  • TRANSIT (1856, Car Ferry (Rail Ferry))
        Official No.: 33472; Final Date: 1867; Dimensions (LBD): 140' x 34.2' x 9' ; 1865, January 16 Holed by ice in river outside Detroit; Original Owner: Great Western Railroad Company
      Official No.: 33472; Final Date: 1867; Dimensions (LBD): 140' x 34.2' x ...
  • CIGAR BOAT (1849, Schooner)
  • EXPERIENCE (1859, Propeller)
        Final Date: 1861; Dimensions (LBD): 46' 9" x 12' 8" x 3' 8" ; 1859, Aug 9 Enrolled Chicago, IL. 1861 Abandoned.; Original Owner: James Miller
      Final Date: 1861; Dimensions (LBD): 46' 9" x 12' 8" x 3' ...
  • EXCELSIOR (1861, Ferry)
        Final Date: 1876; Dimensions (LBD): 40' x 16.4' x 4' ; 1863 Enrolled Suspension Bridge, NY. 1868, Jul 3 Owned Francis Harris, Jaret Freeman & John B. Adams, St. Charles, MI. 1869, Nov 9 Burned Portmouth (Bay City), MI; owned Samuel Hunt, St. Charles. 1876 Abandoned.
      Final Date: 1876; Dimensions (LBD): 40' x 16.4' x 4' ; 1863 ...
  • ERICSON (1840, Steamer)
        Dimensions (LBD): 87' x 16.4' x 5.5' ; 1841, Jun 10 Maiden voyage to Montreal, QUE via Lachine Canal, 100 tons cargo, 740 bushels flour & 2 cases merchandise; first Canadian propeller on Great Lakes. 1845 Owned Tobin & Morrison et al, Montreal. 1847, Mar 3 Owned George Sanderson assignees, ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 87' x 16.4' x 5.5' ; 1841, Jun 10 Maiden ...
  • PIPER, A.S. (1880, Fish Tug)
        Official No.: 105898; Final Date: 14 Oct 1890; Dimensions (LBD): 54' x 12' x 7' ; 1884 Owned George O. Spear, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Final Location: Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, Lake Michigan, Fire; Caught fire at dock & burned to total loss Scuttled in bay, hulk reportedly a hazard until 1904 No ...
      Official No.: 105898; Final Date: 14 Oct 1890; Dimensions (LBD): 54' x ...
  • FAVORITE (1865, Schooner)
        1866 Owned J. Curry, Sangeen, ONT.
      1866 Owned J. Curry, Sangeen, ONT.
  • ALPHA (1882, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: PRINCETON;ATLAS; Official No.: 115833; Dimensions (LBD): 57' x 15.7' x 8.4' ; 1884 Owned Al Maytham et al, Buffalo, NY. 1892 Owned Maytham Tug Line, Buffalo. 1896, Jun Rebuilt & new 7'2" x 13',150# firebox boiler by Lake Erie Boiler Works (1897?). 1897 Some sources confuse this vessel ...
      Other Names: PRINCETON;ATLAS; Official No.: 115833; Dimensions (LBD): 57' x 15.7' x ...
  • RUNG BROTHERS (1894, Yacht)
        Official No.: 111065; Dimensions (LBD): 51' x 9' x 3' ; 1895 Capsized, 7 of 15 drowned; survivors rescued by tug E. C. MAYTHAM. 1899 Owned Amelia Burley.; Original Owner: Burley Brothers
      Official No.: 111065; Dimensions (LBD): 51' x 9' x 3' ; 1895 ...
  • OXFORD (1847, Scow Schooner)
        Final Date: 23 Oct 1849; Dimensions (LBD): 75' 2" x 18' 10" x 3' 10" ; 1847-49 Enrolled Cleveland, Ohio 1848 Ran from Pt.Clinton, Ohio 1849, May 14 Owned C.C. Butts, Cleveland, Ohio 1849, July 14 Owned L.M. Brown, Cleveland 1849, October 23 Sank; Original Owner: R. Johnson, et.al.; Final ...
      Final Date: 23 Oct 1849; Dimensions (LBD): 75' 2" x 18' 10" ...
  • GREYHOUND (1887, Schooner)
        Official No.: 90766; Final Date: 16 Sep 1897; Dimensions (LBD): 45' x 5' x 0' ; 1887, Jul 25 Registered Goderich, ONT. 1897, Sep 16 Wrecked.
      Official No.: 90766; Final Date: 16 Sep 1897; Dimensions (LBD): 45' x ...
  • GOLDEN EAGLE (c1866, Schooner)
        Official No.: 10628; 1866 - 68 Three enrollments Sandusky, OH.
      Official No.: 10628; 1866 - 68 Three enrollments Sandusky, OH.
  • GLOBE (1851, Schooner)
        Final Date: 5 Dec 1858; 1854 - 1856 Enrolled Chicago. 1854, Oct Ashore, east shore Lake Michigan with ROBERT CAMPBELL, ST. CLAIR, ROSSITER & others. 1858, Dec 5 Wrecked, Lake Michigan.; Final Location: East shore, Lake Michigan., Wrecked.; Bound Kalamazoo - Chicago, wrecked near Holland; 7 - 22 lives lost.
      Final Date: 5 Dec 1858; 1854 - 1856 Enrolled Chicago. 1854, Oct ...
  • FRANK (1862, Barge)
        Dimensions (LBD): 95.7' x 19.3' x 8.9' ; 1864 Owned McMartin, Montreal, QUE. 1874 Owned Montreal Transportation Co; 145 net tons.
      Dimensions (LBD): 95.7' x 19.3' x 8.9' ; 1864 Owned McMartin, Montreal, ...
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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.