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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Manistee

Ship owner: Culver Line; Engelmann Transportation Co.; Leopold & Austrian's

Ship builder: E.M. Peck, Cleveland, Ohio

Engine builder: None

Year ship built: 1867

Final disposition: Foundered off of Ontonagon, Michigan, Lake Superior on November 16, 1883. 23 lives lost.


Rebuilt in Detroit in 1871 by Campbell & Owen Co. with new dimensions: 184 X 30 X 10 and gross tonnage of 677 and net tonnage of 513.5



1) Engelmann Transporation Co.

2) Culver Line

3) Leopold & Austrian's, Chicago, Illinois

Registry number: US. 90311

Hull number: None

Vessel type: Passenger and Freight, propeller

Height: 10

Width: 27

Length: 157

Gross tonnage: 561

Materials: Wood

Engine type: None

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