Dimensions: 222.8 x 34.8 x 18.7  
Type of Wreck: Propeller
Location of Wreck: Amhesrt Island, Known but unidentified
Mooring: YES

List of Vessels on Registry Books of the Dominion of Canada on the 31st. Day of December, 1920 #

Propeller MAPLEGREEN.* Official Canadian Number 134350. Built at Milwaukee, WI in 1887 Of 1251 gross tons; 800 tons reg. Homeport, Montreal, Que. Owned by the Canada Steamship Lines, Montreal, Que. 222.8 x 34.8 x 18.7 and of 66 horsepower. * Formerly OMAHA.      

Milestones #

1891 – September Stranded, Gray’s Reef, Lake Huron
1896 – May 12 Stranded on reef 1.5 miles off Devil’s Island, Lake Michigan
1898 – July 28 Owned John Fitzgerald estate (W.E. Fitzgerald, executor), et.al., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1899 – April 22 Owned W.E. Fitzgerald, et.al., Milwaukee
1902 – 2 masts
1907 – April 11 Owned Sidney O. Neff, et.al., Milwaukee
1908 – March 16 Owned Lucy J. Neff, et.al., Milwaukee
1911 – June 13 Owned Henry Russel, Ogdensburg, New York
1914 – June 9 Enrollment surrendered, Ogdensburg, “sold foreign”
1914 – Owned at Montreal, Quebec, C134350
1917 – Owned C.S.L. (Canadian Steamship Line?)
1920 – Renamed MAPLEGREEN
1925 – Removed from Kingston boneyard, dismantled & scuttled            

Herman Runge List #

Steam screw OMAHA.* U. S. No. 155146. Of 1,251 gross tons. Built at Milwaukee, Wis., in 1887. 222.8 x 34.8 x 18.7   * Renamed MAPLEGREEN – Canada – [C 134350]      

Merchant Vessel List, U. S. #

Steam screw OMAHA.* U. S. No. 155146. Of 1,231.08 gross tons; 939.62 tons net. Built Milwaukee, Wis., in 1887. Homeport Milwaukee, Wis. 215.0 x 34.1 x 18.1      

Preliminary List of Canadian Merchant Steamships       Inland & Coastal. 1809 to 1930. World Ship Society #

1891 Bulk freighter MAPLEGREEN. Official Canada No. 134350. Of 1251 gross tons. Built Milwaukee, Wis. 1887. as OMAHA. Became Canadian 1915 and renamed MAPLEGREEN 1920. 223 X 35 X 19 DISPOSITION:– Abandoned 1924

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