LumbermanThree-masted, twin-centerboarded schooner.
|Vessel Built:||1862, H. Litchfield, Blendon's Landing, (Grand Haven), MI as a bark|
|Vessel Specifications:||127x24x7, 160g 152n|
|Type of Vessel:||Schooner, Three-Masted|
|Depth to Deck:||58 ft (17m)|
|Depth to Bottom:||65 ft (19m)|
|How it Sunk:||Bound Chicago for Kewaunee, WI., she capsized in a squall and sank to her topmasts in 60 feet of water. Crew scrambled up the masts as she went down and were rescued by the steamer MENOMINEE after several hours.
The wreck was later flattened as a navigational hazard.|
|Date of Loss:||1893, Apr. 20|
|Place of Loss:||S of Milwaukee, 6 mi off the mouth of Oak Creek|
|References:||Shipwreck File by Dave Swayze|