The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kellogg (Scow), U162599, sunk, 8 Sep 1910

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KELLOGG Scow, of 489 tons built 1899. Official U. S. Number 162599. With two persons on board , vessel foundered Sept. 8, 1910, twelve miles N. W., Little Point au Sable, Mich. No lives lost but vessel a total loss.
      Loss of U. S. Vessels on the Great Lakes,
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S. A., 1911

      The revenue cutter TUSCARORA will scour Lake Michigan in search of the derelict stone scow KELLOGG, which dumped her cargo off Ludington in the gale in which car ferry No. 18 went down with many of her crew. The KELLOGG's hull, with decks awash, has been sighted a number of times, and navigators are fearful of meeting it.
      Buffalo Evening News
      September 20, 1910

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William R. McNeil
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Kellogg (Scow), U162599, sunk, 8 Sep 1910