J. A. Munroe (pile Driver)
The J. A Munroe, - 83 tons, 62 feet, was built at Astoria as a stern -wheel piledriving vessel. Gordon Newell, Maritime Events of 1905, H.W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest., p. 113.
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W. F. Munroe (steamer)
The W. F. Munroe, which was about the same size as the Merwin, [108 feet long, 22 feet beam four feet two inches hold] made her trial trip November 10, 1883 in command of Captain Brownfield, and has been actively employed since that time. Among those last in charge were Capt. George Benson and Engineer George G. Swan. E. W. Wright, Marine business of 1883, Lewis and Drydens Marine History of the Pacific Northwest. [Written in 1895]. , p. 306.
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