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  • MISSOURI (1904, Steamer)
        Official No.: 200861; Final Date: 1948; Dimensions (LBD): 225' x 40' 1" x 24' 5" ; Near sister to ILLINOIS (1899), ran Chicago to Ludington, Manistee, Frankfort, Traverse City, Charlevoix & Mackinac year round 1904, April 26 Owned American Ship Building Company, New Jersey 1904, May 28 Owned Northern Michigan ...
      Official No.: 200861; Final Date: 1948; Dimensions (LBD): 225' x 40' 1" ...
  • PALMER,  WILLIAM P. (1900, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: BROAD, MAX M.;SMITH, SIDNEY E.; Official No.: 81705; Final Date: 1937; Dimensions (LBD): 242' x 42' x 26.6' ; 1910-21 To Atlantic Coast & Gulf of Mexico. 1929 Renamed BOARD, MAX M. 1930 Owned A.F. Morley, Detroit, MI. 1934 Renamed SMITH, SIDNEY E. 1936, Nov 17 Wrecked on ...
      Other Names: BROAD, MAX M.;SMITH, SIDNEY E.; Official No.: 81705; Final Date: ...
  • PATHFINDER (1892, Whaleback)
        Other Names: PROGRESS; Official No.: 150598; Final Date: 1934; Dimensions (LBD): 320' x 42' x 25' ; 1892, Jul 16 Launched; ran Buffalo to Duluth, MN with barge SAGAMORE. 1892, Sep Collision with steamer MINNEAPOLIS & schooner MASSASOIT at Detroit, MI. 1894, Jul 28 Sank schooner GLAD TIDINGS in collision ...
      Other Names: PROGRESS; Official No.: 150598; Final Date: 1934; Dimensions (LBD): 320' ...
  • SOO CITY (1888, Propeller)
        Official No.: 116217; Final Date: 22 Dec 1908; Dimensions (LBD): 171.1' x 33.5' x 12' ; 1888, Jun 18 Enrolled Port Huron, MI; ran Cheboygan, MI to St. Ignace, Mackinaw & Sault Ste. Marie with MINNIE & OSSIFRAGE. 1890-91 Chartered to Northern Michigan Line with CITY OF CHARLEVOIX & LAWRENCE; ...
      Official No.: 116217; Final Date: 22 Dec 1908; Dimensions (LBD): 171.1' x ...
  • SACRAMENTO (1895, Bulk Freighter)
        Official No.: 116682; Final Date: 1938; Dimensions (LBD): 308.2' x 42.6' x 21.2' ; Towed various Davidson barges in ore & coal trades 1895, November 15 Collided with consort PAISLEY in fog, Port Huron, Michigan, Lake Huron 1898 Towed ALGERIA, ABYSSINIA, GRANADA & PAISLEY 1898, April 28 Struck pier, Sault ...
      Official No.: 116682; Final Date: 1938; Dimensions (LBD): 308.2' x 42.6' x ...
  • 118 (1891, Barge)
        Other Names: BOSTON;FREEPORT SULLPHUR NO. 3;PURE OIL STEAM SHIP CO. BARGE NO. 9;PURE DETONOX; Official No.: 53272; Final Date: 1946; Dimensions (LBD): 292' x 36' x 22' ; 1895, Nov 4 Collision with & sank steamer BUSINESS near Grosse Point Lightship, Lake St. Clair 1895, Nov 5 Aground, Grosse Point, ...
      Other Names: BOSTON;FREEPORT SULLPHUR NO. 3;PURE OIL STEAM SHIP CO. BARGE NO. ...
  • 117 (1891, Barge)
        Other Names: PROVIDENCE; Official No.: 53271; Dimensions (LBD): 292' x 36' x 22' ; 1895, Aug 1 Collision with & sank steamer ALVA WHITE, Sault Ste. Marie 1897, Aug Struck boulder in Sault River above the canal, 1 water bottom compartment full, went to Superior, WI for repair 1901 Owned ...
      Other Names: PROVIDENCE; Official No.: 53271; Dimensions (LBD): 292' x 36' x ...
  • 101 (1888, Barge)
        Official No.: 53249; Final Date: 3 Dec 1908; Dimensions (LBD): 178' x 25.1' x 12.7' ; 1889-90 Rebuilt, lengthened, 191', 455 gross tons, The American Steel Barge Company, Duluth, MN 1890, May 15 Owned American Steel Barge Co., Buffalo, NY; readmeasured 191' x 21.01 x 12.07', 455.71 gross tons 1892, ...
      Official No.: 53249; Final Date: 3 Dec 1908; Dimensions (LBD): 178' x ...
  • PECK, E.M. (1888, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: MALTON; Official No.: 135983; Final Date: 1935; Dimensions (LBD): 252.6' x 40.2' x 18.6' ; 1889, Nov Towed barge RED WING. 1893, Jun 16 Collided with propeller S.C. HALL, Michigan Island, Lake Superior. 1895 Ashore Thirteen-foot Shoal, Lake Huron; released. 1897 Towed MASTERS. 1898 Towed TASMANIA & COMMERCE; ...
      Other Names: MALTON; Official No.: 135983; Final Date: 1935; Dimensions (LBD): 252.6' ...
  • SHENANGO NO. 1 (1895, Car Ferry (Rail Ferry))
        Official No.: 116688; Final Date: 11 Mar 1904; Dimensions (LBD): 282.6' x 53' x 19.4' ; 1904, Mar 11 Burned & sank, Lake Erie. 1906 Wreck removed.; Original Owner: United States & Ontario Steam Navigation Co.; Final Location: Conneaut, OH. Lake Erie., Burned.; Burned wreck removed in 1906.
      Official No.: 116688; Final Date: 11 Mar 1904; Dimensions (LBD): 282.6' x ...
  • SHORES, ADELLA (1894, Steambarge)
        Official No.: 107100; Final Date: 1 May 1909; Dimensions (LBD): 195.2' x 34.9' x 11.4' ; Laid down as WOLVERINE STATE; built for lumber trade; towed CONSTITUTION. 1894, Jul 25 Owned Shores Lumber Co., Ashland, WI. 1897, Mar 20 Owned Samuel & Sidney O. Neff, Milwaukee, WI. 1897, Apr Ashore ...
      Official No.: 107100; Final Date: 1 May 1909; Dimensions (LBD): 195.2' x ...
  • BELLE (1850, Steamer)
        Final Date: 16 May 1852; Dimensions (LBD): 142' x 21' 8" x 8' 2" ; 1850, Mar 17 Launched. 1850, Nov 29 Took schooner WILLIAM off rocks where it had run ashore, Dunkirk, NY; Lake Erie. 1851, Jun 16 Running daily Buffalo to Silver Creek, Dunkirk & Barcelona. 1852 Chartered ...
      Final Date: 16 May 1852; Dimensions (LBD): 142' x 21' 8" x ...
  • BELL,  MATTIE  C. (1882, Schooner-barge)
        Official No.: 91420; Final Date: 25 Nov 1895; Dimensions (LBD): 181' x 33.4' x 11.5' ; Duplicate of ROSA SONSMITH & NELLIE MASON, all built at same yard for same owners. 1882, Apr 13 Enrolled Port Huron, MI; owned L.P. Mason. 1882, Jun 3 Launched. 1889, Oct 23 In tow ...
      Official No.: 91420; Final Date: 25 Nov 1895; Dimensions (LBD): 181' x ...
  • PUT IN BAY (1911, Excursion Vessel)
        Official No.: 208636; Final Date: 1953; Dimensions (LBD): 227' x 46' x 17.3' ; 1951 Laid up; redecorated 1953, October 3 Burned, Lake Saint Clair; Final Location: Saint Clair Flats, Lake Saint Clair, Burned; 1954 Scrapped, River Rouge
      Official No.: 208636; Final Date: 1953; Dimensions (LBD): 227' x 46' x ...
  • RACINE (1856, Propeller)
        Official No.: 21708; Dimensions (LBD): 193.5' x 30.3' x 12.4' ; 1856, October 28 Owned Charles Ensign, Buffalo, New York 1860 Owned Holt, Ensign & Company, Buffalo 1961, April 3 Given new stem at Cleveland 1862 Major repairs 1863 Owned Charles Ensign, Buffalo 1863 Collision & stranded, Straits of Mackinaw ...
      Official No.: 21708; Dimensions (LBD): 193.5' x 30.3' x 12.4' ; 1856, ...
  • OMAHA (1887, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: MAPLEGREEN; Official No.: 155146; Final Date: 1925; Dimensions (LBD): 215' x 34.1' x 18.8' ; 1891, September Stranded, Gray's Reef, Lake Huron 1896, May 12 Stranded on reef 1.5 miles off Devil's Island, Lake Michigan 1898, July 28 Owned John Fitzgerald estate (W.E. Fitzgerald, executor), et.al., Milwaukee, Wisconsin ...
      Other Names: MAPLEGREEN; Official No.: 155146; Final Date: 1925; Dimensions (LBD): 215' ...
  • HYACINTH, U.S.L.H.S. (1903, Lighthouse Tender)
        Official No.: LHS; Final Date: 1957; Dimensions (LBD): 160.6' x 28' x 14' ; 1907 150.58 x 28 x 11.5; 738 gross tons. 1914 Milwaukee District U.S.L.H.S. 1917 Owned U.S. Navy, Milwaukee District. 1919 U.S.L.H.S., Milwaukee District. 1940 Owned U.S. Treasury Department, United States Coast Guard, Milwaukee U.S.C.G. 1946 Owned ...
      Official No.: LHS; Final Date: 1957; Dimensions (LBD): 160.6' x 28' x ...
  • MOWAT, OLIVER (1873, Schooner)
        Official No.: 92384; Final Date: 1 Sep 1921; Dimensions (LBD): 131.2' x 25.9' x 10.8' ; 1873, Jul 5 Launched. 1879 Owned Calvin & Breck, Kingston, ONT. 1884 341 tons. 1892 116 x 23.8 x 9.8; 272 tons. 1899 244 tons. 1905, Nov 28 Ashore & damaged with coal near ...
      Official No.: 92384; Final Date: 1 Sep 1921; Dimensions (LBD): 131.2' x ...
  • LET HER BE (1864, Steamer)
        Other Names: CHICORA;WARRENKO; Official No.: 53588; Final Date: 7 Jul 1938; Dimensions (LBD): 220' x 28' x 11' ; 1864, Feb Launched England, named because no boat could catch her; sister ship LETTER A, LET HER GO; record 21 mph. 1864, Apr 5 Sailed England - Bermuda where she arrived ...
      Other Names: CHICORA;WARRENKO; Official No.: 53588; Final Date: 7 Jul 1938; Dimensions ...
  • MANITOBA (1871, Steamer)
        Other Names: CARMONA;PITTSBURGH; Official No.: 92653; Final Date: 13 Aug 1903; Dimensions (LBD): 173' x 25' x 11' ; Early 1870's Passenger & freight service, Sarnia & Collingwood, ONT to Fort William, ONT & Duluth, MN. 1871, Aug 25 Ashore in heavy fog near Isle of Coves, ONT, Lake Huron; ...
      Other Names: CARMONA;PITTSBURGH; Official No.: 92653; Final Date: 13 Aug 1903; Dimensions ...
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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.