The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Annie (Steamboat), U105206, 1 Jul 1873

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STEAMER FOR PINE LAKE:-- We are happy in being able to announce the arrival of a steamer for Pine Lake. On Monday last the ANNIE, owned by Capt. Wm. Mees & Son, arrived and her Capt. Jas. Mees, announced it as his intention to remain if the people give him sufficient encouragement. On Tuesday he gave a free excursion to the head of South Arm, and has made two trips per day since, getting a good list of passengers and considerable freight.
Inasmuch as a steamer of this kind is much needed in this place, we hope our people will encourage the enterprise in every manner possible. She is about 60 feet in length by twelve feet in width; has a neat and commodious cabin, and makes good time. She will lay up at Charlevoix, making two trips on Monday to the head of Pine Lake remaining two hours at Charlesvoix, to give people an opportunity to trade. Saturday two trips will be made to South Arm in the same manner. On other days she makes a circuit of the entire lake.
      Charlesvoix Sentinel
      July 12, 1873
Steam paddle ANNIE, U. S. No. 105206, of 28.23 tons. Built 1871 at Green Bay, Wis. Home port, new Orleans.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1884

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Annie (Steamboat), U105206, 1 Jul 1873