|The American Spirit arrived Sunday (above) to load taconite at the CN Dock in West Duluth. It will take that cargo down to Zug Island, a man-made, heavily industrialized island in the city of River Rouge, just south of Detroit. The American Spirit used to be called the George A. Stinson. As the Stinson, it carried taconite for National Steel. When National Steel declared bankruptcy several years ago, the Stinson was renamed the American Spirit by the owner, American Steamship. National Steel had facilities at Zug Island, but sold them to US Steel when the company went bankrupt.