"Rose Standish," probably named for Rose Standish, the wife of Miles Standish, was a side wheel steamer with a walking beam engine.
"Built in Brooklyn 1863 - sold to Frontier Steamboat Company of Calais, Maine, in 1887 - 154 feet length over all - 27 foot Beam, 392 gross tons. The Rose Standish sailed the Saint Croix River between Maine and New Brunswick. From Calais, Maine to East Port, Maine, over to Saint Andrew, New Brunswick, Canada, making stops to other small communities in between." - According to Craig Martin Little on his Little Ships of the Maritimes web site. - 2007