U.S.S. Olympia-Armored cruiser; built at San Francisco, Calif. in 1891. U.S.S. Olympia, Penn's Landing, Philadelphia, Pa. 19106 Gaze/a Primeiro-Grand Banks barkentine; built at Cacilhas, Portugal in 1883. Philadelphia Maritime Museum, 321 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19106 U.S.S. Intrepid-Aircraft Carrier; built at Newport News, Virginia in 1943. Philadelphia Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa. Moshu/u-Four-masted bark; built at Port Glasgow, Scotland in 1904. Philadelphia, Pa. Proposed restaurant. SOUTH CAROLINA U.S.S. Yorktown-Aircraft Carrier; built at Newport News, Va. in 1943 . Patriots Point Development Authority, P .O. Box 634, Charleston, S.C. 29402 TEXAS U.S.S. Texas-Battleship; built at Newport News, Va. in 1914. The battleship Texas Commission, San Jacinto Battlegrounds, Houston, Texas U.S.S. Cava/la-Submarine; built at Groton, Conn. in 1944. Submarine Seawolf Commission, P.O. Box 1575, Galveston, Texas 77550 U.S.S. Stewart-Destroyer escort; built at Houston, Texas in 1944. Address as above. VERMONT Ticonderoga-Sidewheel lake steamboat; built at Shelburne Harbor, Vt. in 1906. Shelburne Museum, Inc., Shelburne, Vt. 05482 VIRGINIA Cross Rip-Lightship; built in 1915. Portsmouth, Virginia 23705 Delaware-Lightship; built at Bath, Maine in
1923. Hampton, Virginia (currently looking for new home) Dorothy-Tugboat; built at Newport News, Va. in 1890. Newport News, Virginia WASHINGTON Equator-Schooner; built at Benicia, Calif. in 1888. Everett, Wash. U.S.S. Missouri-Battleship; built at Brooklyn, N.Y. in 1944. Bremerton Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington Kirkland Arthur Foss-Tugboat; built at Portland, Ore. in 1889. Northwest Seaport, Box 395, Kirkland, Wash. 98033 Relief-Lightship; built at Camden, N.J. in 1904. Northwest Seaport (above) Wawona-Three-masted schooner; built at Fairhaven, Calif. in 1897. Northwest Seaport (above) WISCONSIN Meteor-Whaleback lake freighter; built at Superior, Wis. in 1896. Superior, Wisconsin U.S.S. Cobia-Submarine; built at Groton, Conn. in 1944. Manitowoc Maritime Museum, 809 South 8th Street, Manitowoc, Wis. 54220 BRITISH COLUMBIA Moyie-Sternwheel lake steamer; built at Nelson, B.C. in 1898. Kaslo, B.C. Sicamous-Sternwheel lake steamer; built at Okanagan Landing, B.C. in 1914. Penticton, B.C. St. Roch-Steam schooner; built at Vancouver, B.C. in 1928. Maritime Museum, 1905 Ogden Street, Vancouver, B.C. Z6j 3j9
MANITOBA Keenora-Lake steamboat; built in 1897. Manitoba Marine Museum, Selkirk, Manitoba NEWFOUNDLAND Grace Boehner-Fishing schooner; built at West La Have, Newfoundland in 1919. Twillingate, Newfoundland NOVA SCOTIA Theresa E. Connor-Fishing Schooner; built at Lunenburg, N.S. in 1938. Lunenburg Fisheries Museum, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia North Cape-Dragger; Lunenburg Fisheries Museum (above) Reo II-Small power vessel; built 1932. Used as rum runner. Address as above. ONTARIO H.M.C.S. Haida-Destroyer; built at Newcastle upon Tyne, England in 1943. Ontario Place Corporation, 8 York Street, Toronto, Ontario M5J 1R2 Ned Hanlon-Tugboat; built in 1932. Marine Museum of Upper Canada, Exhibition Park, Toronto 2B Ont. Segwun-Lake steamboat; built at Glasgow, Scotland in 1887. Gravenhurst, Ontario Tri//ium-Sidewheel ferryboat; built in 1910. Toronto, Ontario. Active ferryboat, restored. YUKON Keno-Sternwheel river steamer. Dawson City, Yukon. Klondike-Sternwheel river steamer; built at Whitehorse, Yukon in 1937. Whitehorse, Yukon. Tutshi-Sternwheel lake steamer; Carcross, Yukon.
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