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  • The Old Andrew Johnson
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Journal, 20 Nov 1896     The Old Andrew Johnson It will go to the Junkshop before long

    The revenue cutter Johnson, which has been stationed during the past season in the St. Mary's river to enforce the regulations relating to the navigation of that channel, has been ordered to Milwaukee for the ...

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Journal, 20 Nov 1896   The Old Andrew Johnson It will go to the Junkshop before long

    The revenue cutter Johnson, which has been stationed during the past season in the St. Mary's river to ...

  • GRESHAM split in two
    Image       Photograph of the United States Coast Guard cutter GRESHAM split in two.
    Image     Photograph of the United States Coast Guard cutter GRESHAM split in two.
  • GRESHAM after being on the Ogdensburgh Marine Railway
    Image       Photograph of the United States Coast Guard cutter GRESHAM split in two.
    Image     Photograph of the United States Coast Guard cutter GRESHAM split in two.
  • GRESHAM on the Ogdensburgh Marine Railway
    Image       Photograph of the United States Coast Guard cutter GRESHAM on the marine railway in Ogdensburg being split in two because she was too long and too deep to go down the St. Lawrence canals and was required during the Spanish-American War.
    Image     Photograph of the United States Coast Guard cutter GRESHAM on the marine railway in Ogdensburg being split in two because she was too long and too deep to go down ...
  • Accident to the Revenue Cutter "Gresham"
    NewspaperText  Scientific American (New York), 10 Jul 1898    

    ACCIDENT TO THE REVENUE CUTTER "GRESHAM." On April 26 the United States revenue cutter " Gresham " stopped at Ogdensburg, N. Y., on her way from the upper lakes to the scene of naval activity. The "Gresham" is 205 feet in length and draws about 12 feet of water. She ...

    NewspaperText  Scientific American (New York), 10 Jul 1898  

    ACCIDENT TO THE REVENUE CUTTER "GRESHAM." On April 26 the United States revenue cutter " Gresham " stopped at Ogdensburg, N. Y., on her way from the upper lakes to ...

  • Accident to the Revenue Cutter "Gresham
    NewspaperText  Scientific American (New York), 10 Jul 1898    

    ACCIDENT TO THE REVENUE CUTTER "GRESHAM." On April 26 the United States revenue cutter " Gresham " stopped at Ogdensburg, N. Y., on her way from the upper lakes to the scene of naval activity. The "Gresham" is 205 feet in length and draws about 12 feet of water. She ...

    NewspaperText  Scientific American (New York), 10 Jul 1898  

    ACCIDENT TO THE REVENUE CUTTER "GRESHAM." On April 26 the United States revenue cutter " Gresham " stopped at Ogdensburg, N. Y., on her way from the upper lakes to ...

  • Gresham (Propeller), U235598
    TextNewspaper       ex WALTER Q. GRESHAM,...
    TextNewspaper     ex WALTER Q. GRESHAM,...
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