The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Monohansett (Propeller), 24 Sep 1891

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West Bay City, Mich., Sept. 24 - The propeller S.C. CLARKE, which was without all owner at Chicago for several days, has been brought here, and will be thoroughly repaired during the winter. The repairs to the MONOHANSETT at Davidson's yard are completed, so far as that yard is concerned for the present, and the vessel is now at the Bay City dry dock for the work on the hull.
      The Marine Review
      September 24, 1891

West Bay City Mich., Oct. 15. - The MONOHANSETT, which has been in the Bay City dry dock for repairs that could not be made at Davidson's shipyard, has been returned to the yard and a force of men are now at work on the cabins and decks of the vessel, which will be almost a new one when it has received all the repairs contemplated.
      The Marine Review
      October 15, 1891

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Monohansett (Propeller), 24 Sep 1891