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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Eugene C. Hart

Other name(s): Norland

Ship owner: Arnold Transit Co.; Green Bay Transportation Co.; Hart Transportation Co.; St. Joseph-Chicago Steamship Company

Ship builder: Burger & Burger, Manitowoc, Wisconsin

Engine builder: Manistee Iron Works

Engine re-builder: Montague Iron Works

Year ship built: 1890

Year engine built: 1890

Final disposition: Sank off South Point in Milwaukee on November 13, 1922.


Second engine in 1902.  Fore and aft, 16 in. x 36 in. with 30 in. stroke.

To coast c. 1917.  Back to Lake Michigan c. 1921.


b) Norlond (c. 1917)


1) Hart Transportation Company, Green Bay, Wisconsin

2) Green Bay Transportation Co. (Hart), Green Bay, Wisconsin

3) Arnold Transit Co.

4) St. Joseph-Chicago Steamship Company

Registry number: US. 136131

Hull number: None

Vessel type: Passenger and Freight

Height: 9.4 ft.

Width: 25 ft.

Length: 152.5 ft.

Stroke length: 26 in.

Gross tonnage: 522

Net tonnage: 470

Materials: Wood

Engine type: High pressure, non-condensing

Piston 1: 22 in.

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