The Civil War Connections Blog

Monitor Log: 2 April 1862

Remarks  Wednesday April 2nd/62

 

From Midnight to 4 A.M.. light airs from E.S.E. with clear pleasant weather                                                                                                                                   William Flye

 

From 4 to 8 A.M.  wind E. & cloudy weather workmen came on board to work

on Pilot House at8 a.m.  English sloop of war came in during the night

fired our National Salute with flag at the Main

E. V. Gager

 

From 8 to Meridian  Strong breezes from Eastward hazy weather delivered

to tug boat 90 buckets of coal.  Received a package of belting

Louis Stodder

 

From Meridian to 4 P.M.  Cloudy weather wind S.E

Geo. Frederickson

 

 

From 4 to 6 PM  Wind & weather same

William Flye

 

From 6 to 8 P.M. Light-winds cloudy & dark

E. V. Gager

 

From 8 to Midnight  Light winds & cloudy

Louis Stodder