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|71k||Filipino Insurgents of General Guevara's army on board the U.S. Navy collier Nanshan, 26 April 1902, while being transported
from the mouth of the Gandara River to Catbalogan, Samar, where they formally surrendered. This surrender ended the guerrilla warfare in the Philippines that began in
Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation. Collection of CAPT. Washington Irving Chambers, donated by CAPT. E. R. Chambers, 1951. US Navy History and Heritage Command photo #: NH 105297
|59k||USS Nanshan at anchor off Guaymas, Mexico, 26 December 1915. Photographed by Hopkins. The original photograph is printed on post card ("AZO") stock.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 92196, from the collection of Thomas P. Naughton, 1973.
|88k||USS Nanshan moored pierside at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA., circa July-August 1914. Based on Nanshan's new paint job she must have just gotten out of dry dock. She was in dock #2 at Mare Island from 8 to 15 July 1914.
US Navy photo.
|87k||USS Nanshan at anchor, circa 1920. The World War I modifications included four 6-pounder guns, two at each end, and the
crows-nests and life-rafts on both masts. Nanshan was refitted as the target repair ship in the Pacific in early 1920.
US National Archives, RG-19-N box 9, Photo No. 19-N-11437 a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|CAPT. Stovell, E. H. (British Marine Service)||6 April 1898 - ?|
|MASTER Prideaux, William D. (Naval Auxiliary Service)||10 January 1910 - ?|
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