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|1833k||Mare Island Navy Yard waterfront, circa 1873 to 1884 with USS Pensacola is in the foreground Ships present in the background from left to right are: USS Saranac, unidentified small ship (likely a revenue cutter), USS Vanderbilt (large side wheeler with her engines housed-over), several other unidentified ships at the yard's coal wharf and what appears to be the monitor USS Monadnock with main deck housed-over.||Darryl Baker|
|1174k||USS Saranac moored in the Mare Island channel between 1870 and 1874.||Darryl Baker|
|1588k||USS Saranac moored in the Mare Island channel between 1870 and 1874.||Darryl Baker|
|123k||USS Saranac moored in a Pacific coast harbor, during the 1870s. Collection of Medical Inspector William E. Taylor, USN, who served in this ship during 1872-1874. Donation of Mrs. William E. Taylor.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 43997.
|84k||View looking along the waterfront of Mare Island Navy Yard during the 1870s, with the city of Vallejo on the opposite side of the channel.
Ships tied up at the Navy Yard include USS Saranac (left), USS Independence (center), and a Revenue Cutter
(right center). Moored offshore are USS California (left) and
USS Pensacola (left center). The yard's floating drydock is in the right distance
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 68685, from the William H. Topley collection. Courtesy of Charles M. Loring, 1969.
|415k||USS Saranac is moored at the sea wall (background) aft of USS Jamestown laying at anchor off Mare Island circa 1874.
File name: Jamestown Saranac 1874.
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