Sea History 005 - Autumn 1976

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Camden (All are active cruise ships during summer months. Address; Camden, Maine) Adventure-Fishing schooner; built at Essex, Mass. in 1926. Bowdoin-Exploration schooner; built at East Boothbay, Maine in 1921. Mattie-Coastal schooner; built at Patchogue, New York in 1882. Mercantile-Coastal schooner; built at Deer Isle, Mainein 1916. Stephen Taber-Coastal schooner; built at Glenwood, New York in 1871.

MARYLAND Baltimore U.S.S. Constellation-Corvette; built at Norfolk, Virginia in 1855. Baltimore Seaport, Constellation Dock, Baltimore, Md. 21202 Five Fa/ham-Lightship; built in 1926. Address as above. Maggie Lee-Skipjack; built at Pocomoke City, Md. in 1903. Address as above. U.S.S. Torsk-Submarine; built at Kittery, Maine in 1944. Address as above. Nobska-Interisland steamer; built at Bath, Maine in 1925. Baltimore, Maryland. Restaurant vessel. Piney Point Dorothy Parsons-Bugeye; built at Oriole, Md. in 1901. The Harry Lundeberg School, Piney Point, Md. 20674 Joy Parks-Skipjack; built at Parksley, Virginia in 1936. Address as above. Relief-Lightship. Address as above. St. Michaels Edna E. Lockwood-Bugeye; built at Tilghman's Island, Md. in 1889. Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, P .O. Box 636, St. Michael's, Md. 21663 Rosie Parks-Skipjack; built at Wingate, Md. in 1955. Address as above. MASSACHUSETTS U.S.S. Constitution-Frigate; built at Boston, Mass. in 1797. Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Constitution, Boston, Mass. 02129 General Greene-Coastguard cutter; built at General Greene-Coastguard cutter; built at Camden, N.J. in 1927. Newburyport, Mass. (reportedly going to Portsmouth, Va.) Great Republic-Sloop; built at Gloucester, Mass. in 1900. Gloucester, Mass. Now undergoing restoration. Nantucket-Lightship. Nantucket, Mass. Peter Stuyvesant-River steamboat; built at Wilmington, Del. in 1927. Anthony's Pier 4 Restaurant, Boston, Mass. Now a restaurant. Relief-Lightship. New Bedford, Mass . Fall River PT-796-PT Boat; built at New Orleans, La. in 1945. U.S.S. Massachusetts Memorial Commission, Battleship Cove, Fall River, Mass. 02721 U.S.S. Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.-Destroyer, built at Quincy, Mass. in 1945. Address as above.

U.S.S. Lionfish-Submarine; built at Philadelphia, Pa. in 1944. Address as above. U .S.S. Massachusetts-Battleship; built at Quincy, Mass. in 1942. Address as above.

MICHIGAN Alvin Clark-Lake schooner; built at Trenton Michigan in 1846. Mystery Ship Seaport, Menominee, Michigan Huron-Lightship. Port Huron, Michigan Keewatin-Lake passenger steamer; built at Glasgow, Scotland in 1907. Saugatuck Marine Museum, P .O . box 436, Douglas, Michigan49406 Reiss-Tugboat; built at Cleveland, Ohio in 1913 . Address as above. Valley Camp-Lake freighter; built at Lorrain, Ohio in 1917. S.S. Valley Camp, P .O. Box 1668, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 49783

MINNESOTA Wi/kie-Sternwheel steamboat; Julius C . Wilkie Steamboat Museum, Winona, Minn. 55987 Edna G.-Tugboat; built at Cleveland, Ohio in 1896. Two Harbors, Minn.

Julius C.

MISSISSIPPI Margaret Emilie-Oyster schooner; built at Biloxi, Miss. in 1912. Biloxi, Miss.

MISSOURI Goldenrod-Showboat; built at Parkersburg, W . Va. in 1909. St. Louis, Mo. Active showboat. U.S.S. Inaugural-Minesweeper; built at Winslow, Wash. in 1944. St. Louis, Mo.

MONTANA (no name)-Sternwheel river scow. Poplar, Mont. NEW JERSEY Alexander Hamilton-Sidewheel river stea-

Maj. Gen. Wm. H. Hart-Harbor ferryboat; built at Staten Island, N. Y. in 1925. Floating school. Mathilda- Tugboat; built at Sorel, Quebec in 1899. Proposed for restoration. New York Central No. 29-Steam harbor lighter; built at Staten Island, N.Y. in 1912. Peking-Four-masted bark; built at Hamburg, Germany in 1911. Pioneer-Coaster schooner; built at Marcus Hook, Del. in 1885. Sail training vessel. Wavertree-Full-rigged ship ; built at Southampton, England in 1885.

NORTH CAROLINA U.S.S. North Carolina-Battleship; built at Brooklyn, N .Y. in 1941. U.S.S. North Carolina Battleship Memorial, P.O. Box 417, Wilmington, N.C. 28401 Wilmington (Fleet being assembled for a seaport museum, no name as yet. Address; Wilmington, N.C.) Annie B.-Tugboat; built at Milford, Del. in 1926. Edward M.-Oyster dredger; built at Reedville, Va. in 1920. Geneva May-Skipjack; built at Winona, Maryland in 1908. Harry W. Adams-Fishing schooner; built at Lunenberg, N.S. in 1937. OHIO Delta Queen-Sternwheel river steamer; built at Stockton, Calif. in 1926. Operating passenger vessel. Greene Line Steamers, Inc., 322 E. Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 W.P. Snyder-Sternwheel river towboat; built at Pittsburg, Pa. in 1918. Ohio River Museum, Front Street, Marietta, Ohio 45750

mer; built at Baltimore, Md. in 1923. Atlantic Highlands, N. J . Proposed for restoration. Now on beach. Binghampton-Harbor ferryboat; built at Newport News, Va. in 1905. Edgewater, N.J. Restaurant vessel. Miss New York-Harbor ferryboat; built at Staten Island, N .Y. in 1938. Edgewater, N.J. Proposed restaurant. Thomas M. Freeman-Bugeye; built at Madison, Maryland in 1889. Smithville, N. J . U.S.S. Ling-Submarine; built at Philadelphia, Pa. in 1943. The Submarine Memorial Assoc., P.O. Box 395, Hackensack, N.J. 07602

OKLAHOMA U.S.S. Batfish-Submarine; built at Portsmouth, N.H . in 1943 . Muskogee, Oklahpma

NEW YORK Modesty-Oyster sloop; built at Green-

tage Ship Guild of the Port of Philadelphia, P.O. box 791, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010 Nellie & Mary-Oyster schooner; built at Bridgeton, N.J . in 1891. Undergoing restoration. Philadelphia U.S.S. Becuna-Submarine; built at Groton, Conn. in 1944. Penn's Landing, Philadelphia, Pa. Quest-Former fishing schooner, built Thomaston, Maine in 1920. Address as above.

port, N.Y. in 1923. Suffolk Marine Museum, Montauk Highway, Sayville, N.Y. Prissila-Oyster sloop; built 1888. Address as above. South Street Seaport, Manhattan Ambrose-Lightship; built at Camden, N.J. in 1907. South Street Seaport Museum, 16 Fulton Street, New York, N.Y. 10038 Lettie G. Howard-Fishing schooner; built at Essex, Mass. in 1893.

OREGON U.S.S. Banning-Patrol craft; built at Portland Oregon in 1944. Hood River, Oregon Columbia-Lightship; built at Quincy, Mass. in 1908. Columbia River Maritime Museum, 16th & Exchange Streets, Astoria, Oregon 97103 Crosline-Ferryboat; built at Seattle, Wash. in 1925. Coos Bay, Oregon PENNSYLVANIA Barnegat-Lightship; built in 1904. Heri-


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