was originally built as the R.C. Evans
as a sidewheel steamer. In 1859, she was sold to Rich and Company in Horicon, where upper works and a cabin were placed on her. Thus converted to a passenger boat, she was renamed the Shawano City
. In 1863, she was sold to Abel Neff and Capt. Hank Johnson, who converted her into a growser tug, renamed her the Oshkosh
, and used her to tow logs."
was apparently dismantled at Winneconne in, or shortly after late fall of 1871, and burned.