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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Lyman M. Davis

Ship owner: Brinen Lumber Co.; Graham Bros.; H. C. Daryaw; Mason Lumber Co.; McCollough & Spencer; Sunnyside Amusement Park

Ship builder: J.P. Arnold, Muskegon, Michigan

Year ship built: 1873

Final disposition: Burned as a spectacle in Toronto on June 29, 1934 (or August 1933).


Sold Canadian in 1912.  Last commissioned schooner on the Great Lakes.



1) Mason Lumber Co.

2) Brinen Lumber Co., Muskegon, Michigan

3) McCollough & Spencer, Napawee, Ontario (C. 130436)

4) Graham Bros., Kincardine, Ontario

5) H. C. Daryaw, Kingston, Ontario 

6) Sunnyside Amusement Park, Toronto, Ontario 1933

   (Last owner)

Registry number: US. 15934

Hull number: None

Vessel type: Schooner

Height: 9.4

Width: 27.2

Length: 123

Gross tonnage: 195

Net tonnage: 185

Materials: Wood

Engine type: None

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