1907                                  Milinokett                                  1946

Steel Great Lakes bulk freighter

Built at Ecorse MI by Great Lakes Engineering Works, Hull 30
Launched July 11, 1907

524’ LOA, 504’ LBP, 54’ beam, 30’ depth
1 deck, arch cargo hold construction, hatches @ 12’, coal-fired boilers, triple expansion engine, 1800 IHP

Enrolled at Detroit MI Aug 12, 1907 (#12
504.0 x 52.2 x 31.0, 6215 GT, 4947 NT     US 204393     to:
Great Lakes Engineering Works

Reenrolled at Detroit MI Aug 30, 1907 (Temp #15) to:
Milinokett Steamship Co., Bay City MI, Howard L. Shaw, Mgr. (home port Duluth MN)

Entered service 1907

Permanent enrollment at Duluth MN Sept 5, 1907 (#10)

Sold Feb 20, 1916 to Beaver Steamship Co. , Cleveland OH, H. K. Oakes, Mgr. (home port to Fairport OH) and renamed Herbert K. Oakes.

Sold 1925 to Bethlehem Transportation Corporation, Cleveland OH, H. K. Oakes, Mgr. and renamed Steelton  (2)

Traded in 1943 with strs. Lehigh  (2) and Saucon to U. S. War Shipping Administration, Washington DC on the purchase price of strs. Lehigh  (3) and Steelton  (3) and renamed Cornwall.  Operated during World War II by Bethlehem Transportation Corporation.

Laid up at end of 1944 season at Erie PA.

Sold for scrap 1946 to Steel Company of Canada.  Towed to Hamilton ON June 1946 and scrapped there.



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