The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
W. H. Stevens (Schooner), 20 Mar 1862

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REPAIRING OF VESSELS AT MILWAUKEE. - The Wisconsin says the schooner W.H. STEVENS is being converted into a brig, and when finished will have a capacity of about 15,000 bushels. The schooner THREE BELLS is receiving a new deck, and is being recaulked. The schooner STELLA is receiving a new deck, new ceiling, frames, bowsprit and jib-boom, and is being overhauled generally.
      The schooner HENRY NORTON, is also receiving new beams, new stantions, &c., and the schooner BRIGHAM is receiving a new deck.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Thursday, March 20, 1862

Schooner W.H. STEVENS. Of 297 tons. Built Cleveland, 1855 by peck & Masters. Home port, Milwaukee. Owned by J. Harris. Class A 2. Value $7,500.
      Board of Lake Underwriters
      Lake Vessel Register, 1860

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W. H. Stevens (Schooner), 20 Mar 1862