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Timeline

Timeline for the Hudson River Day Line

1863 – Hudson River Day Line began operations
1863 - Daniel Drew purchased for Hudson River Day Line [built 1860]
1863 – Armenia purchased for Hudson River Day Line [built 1847], operated 1863 season only
1864 – Chauncey Vibbard built for Hudson River Day Line
1880 – Albany built for Hudson River Day Line
1883 – Armenia sold
1886 – Daniel Drew burned, Kingston Point, New York
1887 – Chauncey Vibbard ceased regular operation for Hudson River Day Line
1887 – New York built for Hudson River Day Line
1903 – Mary Powell acquired for Hudson River Day Line [built 1861]
1906 – Hendrick Hudson built for Hudson River Day Line
1908 – New York burned, Newburgh, New York
1909 – Robert Fulton built for Hudson River Day Line with vertical beam engine from New York
1913 – Washington Irving built for Hudson River Day Line
1913 – DeWitt Clinton built
1917 – Mary Powell last season of service
1920 – DeWitt Clinton purchased by Hudson River Day Line
1924 – Alexander Hamilton built for Hudson River Day Line
1925 – Chauncey M. Depew purchased by Hudson River Day Line
1926 – Washington Irving sank
1927 – Peter Stuyvesant built for Hudson River Day Line
1930 – Albany ceased Hudson River Day Line operation. Sold 1934.
1939 – DeWitt Clinton last season of service for Hudson River Day Line
1940 – Chauncey M. Depew last season of service for Hudson River Day Line
1948 – Hendrick Hudson last season of service for Hudson River Day Line 
1956 – Robert Fulton sold for conversion to a community center, Bahamas
1962 – Peter Stuyvesant last season of service for Hudson River Day Line
1971 – Alexander Hamilton last season of service for Hudson River Day Line