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American Integrity is a ship built in 1978 by Oglebay Norton Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio. She is one of the 13 1,000 footers on Lake Superior. She is the former Oglebay Norton, but her name had been changed when she and 5 of her fleet mates were sold to American Steamship Company in June, 2006. Her other former names are: Colombia Star, and the Lewis Wilson Foy (this was her first name).
Her overall length is 1000 feet, beam is 105 feet and depth 56 feet. She is able to unload 10,000 tons/hour. She has 7 cargo holds and 37 hatches. She has 14,000 horsepower and 2 propellers. She runs on a load of coal that could power an average home for 10,000 years.