Monitor (Schooner), 27 Mar 1862
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Another launch took place at 4:00 from the shipyard of J.M. Jones. This vessel has been built for the firm of Trowbridge & Wilcox, of this city, and is of about 24,000 bu. capacity. She is called the MONITOR and will be commanded by Capt. J.H. Starkweather.
Detroit Free Press
March 27, 1862
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VESSELS BUILT AND BUILDING AT BLACK RIVER, O. -- Three-masted schooner Wm. JONES, 513 tons, for J. A. Redington & Co., Cleveland.
Scow MONITOR, 89 tons, for Lafrinier & Hutchinson, Cleveland.
There are four vessels building. One by Wm. Jones of 480 tons, for H. Kelley, Milan. One of 200 tons for Mr. Allen, Black River. One by G. W. Jones of 400 tons and another of 150 tons.
Buffalo Daily Courier
Wednesday, June 4, 1862 (condensed)
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- William R. McNeil
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