Detroit, April 28. - A dispatch from Alpena reports the steamer C. S. BALDWIN, iron laden, on the reef, near Thunder Bay Light, full of water, but lying easy, and hopes are entertained of saving her.
April 30, 1877
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The steam barge S.C. BALDWIN, during a blinding snow storm on Saturday morning, went ashore on the reef at North Point. The barge was heavily loaded with iron ore, and went down in a short time. The crew were saved by the life boat from the life saving station at Thunder Bay and the little tug FARRAR.
Port Huron Daily Times
Monday, April 30, 1877
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The tug WINSLOW, with pumps, etc., has gone to the relief of the steam-barge S. C. BALDWIN, ashore near Thunder Bay Light, Lake Huron.
May 2, 1877
There will be about $7,000 expended on the steam barge S.C. BALDWIN, which is now being repaired at detroit. Seventy-five men are steadily working upon her.
May 19, 1877
Steam screw S.C. BALDWIN. U. S. No. 23957. Of 418.18 tons. Home port, St. Clair, Mich. Of 287 nominal horsepower.
Merchant vessel List, U. S., 1871