• Propeller
  • 15ffw
  • 180f Length
  • Wolfe Island, St. Lawrence River
  • 44°13’59.1″N 76°12’08.8″W

Dimensions: 180.1 x 34.2 x 14.6  745 GT – 595 NT
Type of Wreck: Steamer Bulk Propeller
Location of Wreck: Brackey Bay Wolfe island 44°13’59.1″N 76°12’08.8″W 4
Place and Builder: Trenton MI
Year Built: 1884
Mooring Shore Snorkel Dive

1884. Homeport, Cleveland, O. 180.1 x 34.2 x 14.1 Of 700 indicated horse-power. A crew of 7       Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1911      
1887, Oct 24 Owned John C. Fitzpatrick, et al, Cleveland, OH.
1888, Apr 17 Owned Thomas Nester, Detroit, MI.
1895 Reboilered, 12′ 3″ x 11′ 6″, 130# steam scotch boiler, Dry Dock Engineering Works, Detroit, MI.
1910, Apr 12 Owned Nester Lumber Co., Duluth, MN.
1910, Jul 15 Owned Nester Lumber Co., MI.
1911, Apr 13 Owned Fairport Transportation Co., Fairport, OH.
1912 Rebuilt, coal trade.
1916, May 10 Enrollment surrendered, Cleveland; vessel sold Canadian.
1916, Sep Owned, Manley Chew, Midland, ONT; C134270; converted to a motor vessel?
1919 Large repairs.
1920, Dec 3 Burned, Lake Ontario.            

Buffalo Morning Express       April 18, 1884, 6-2 #

The new STM. SCHOOLCRAFT was launched at Trenton, near Detroit, on Tuesday. She is 180 ft. long, 34 ft. beam and 14 ft. hold. She will carry 700,000 ft. of lumber.

Merchant Vessel List, U. S. 1911 #

Steam screw SCHOOLCRAFT. U. S. No. 115990. Of 745 tons gross; 595 tons net. Built Trenton, Mich., 1884. Homeport, Cleveland, O. 180.1 x 34.2 x 14.1 Of 700 indicated horse-power. Crew of 7

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