Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1912) as John B. Trevor
362x39x18 Owned by F. S. Wiley, Port Arthur; to Canadian Northwest Steamship Co. 1913; to Montreal Transportation Co. 1917; to Canada Steamship Lines 1920; to Dominion Iron & Steel Co., Sydney N. S. 1926. Built by American Steel Barge Co., West Superior Wisconsin 1895. Engine 20-32-54x42 by S. F. Hodge, Detroit. Sold foreign 1918 and cut apart for transfer to ocean. Purchaser defaulted, ship laid up at Quebec and later Halifax. Soon returned to Lakes. Boiler exploded 19/6/19 Kingston, 4 killed. Damaged by fire during lengthy layup 08/07/24 Halifax.
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