Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1877)
Later Registration: U.S.A. (1889)
First Rebuild: Official Number: 74376 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 111 x 21 -- 141 tons Rebuilt: Quebec, Quebec, Canada in 1878
Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Kingston, Ontario, Canada
111x21x10 Owned by H. Jewell, Port Robinson Ont. 1877; W. Tait, Quebec 1878; to A. McArthur, Toronto 1881; C. M. Garvey, Sarnia 1886. Built by Redney Sons & Archibald, Wilmington Delaware 1864. Originally used as tug on St. Lawrence below Montreal, transferred to Lower Lakes 1882. Engines 30x30 by builder. Vessel rebuilt 1882 by W. Power, Kingston to 113x21x10 and re-engined: 30x26 by Davidson & Doran, Kingston. Damaged by fire 27/11/88 Port Huron, Michigan, to U. S. registry. Wrecked 13/06/21 Lake Ontario.
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