A medium clipper ship built in 1853 by Fernald & Pettigrew, Portsmouth, NH.
Her dimension were 181'8"×39'6"×21'3" and tonnage 1180 tons OM
and 1054 tons NM.
- 1853 July 15
- Launched at the shipyard of Fernald & Pettigrew, Portsmouth, NH, for Samuel Tilton & Co., Boston. Captain John B. Fisk previously commander of the
- 1853 October 4
- Left Boston for Philadelphia.
- 1853 November 27
- Sailed from Philadelphia to San Francisco via
- Sailed from Boston to San Francisco in 107 days under
command of Captain Young. This was the fastest passage for that year.
- Captain David R. Lecraw.
- 1866 April
- Sold to Washington Libby & Co.
- Captain Carlton.
- Captain Mayhew.
- Sold to Thomas Scott & J.A. Stewart, Tacoma.
- Sold to Taku Canning Co. for $6000 and was reduced to a
- Stranded on the mud flats at Seymour Narrows and became a
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