First Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 94 x 20 Rebuilt: Portsmouth, Ontario, Canada in 1846
92x18x7 Owned by Macpherson & Crane, Montreal 1841, 1850; later W. Allen, Chatham Ont. Built by Macpherson & Crane, Portsmouth Ont. and launched11/04/44. Used on Montreal-Ottawa-Kingston triangle until about 1860, then Detroit and Thames Rivers, occasionally Lake Erie. "Little pollywog steamer" (Chatham 1860). "The old Canadian sidewheel steamer which left Detroit last season  to ply between Buffalo and Dunnville has returned to this port [Detroit] and has resumed towing on the river" ("Globe"). Probably rebuilt from "Dragon"1841.
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