Concord served the U. S. Navy, the Washington Naval Militia, the Public Health Service and Coast Guard.
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|400k||Our New Navy, 1892: From left to right and top to bottom: Concord (PG-3); monitor Miantonomah(BM-5); cruiser Philadelphia (C-4); armored cruiser New York (CA-2); cruiser Pirate; cruiser Atlanta: cruiser Boston; cruiser Newark (C-1); dynamite cruiser Vesuvius; dispatch boat Dolphin (PG-24); flagship Chicago; cruiser Baltimore (C-3); gunboat Yorktown (PG 1); flagship San Francisco (C-5); coastline battleship Massachusetts (BB-2), Indiana (BB-1) and Oregon (BB-3); gunboat Petrel (PG-2); torpedo boat Cushing (TB-1); and cruiser Charleston (C-2)
Photo by Edward H.Hart from the Library of Congress
|467k||Photo from The American Navy; Belford, Middlebrook and Co., Chicago - 1898||Thomas Becher|
|108k||Photo from "Life and Heroic Deeds of Admiral Dewey: Including Battles of the Philippines" Globe Bible Publishing Co., Philadelphia 1899||John Kohnen|
|84k||Imperial War Museum photo Courtesy U.S. Warships of World War I||Mike Green|
|74k||In San Francisco Bay, California, circa the 1890s.
Collection of Lieutenant Commander Abraham DeSomer, donated by Myles DeSomer, 1975.
Note: The subject of this photograph was originally identified as USS Bennington (Gunboat 4). However, the ship's distinctive bow decoration confirms that she is
U.S. Navy photo NH 82133
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|321k||Philadelphia (Cruiser No. 4), at right, and a gunboat off the Mare Island Navy Yard waterfront, during the mid-1890s. The
latter is either Concord or USS Bennington (Gunboat No. 4)
Photo from the William H. Topley Collection, courtesy of Charles M. Loring, Napa, Ca, 1972
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 76115
|139k||In harbor, circa 1891.
Note: The inscription at the bottom of this photograph identifies this ship as USS Bennington (Gunboat 4). However, her distinctive bow decoration confirms that she is actually Concord
U.S. Navy photo NH 19-N-11225
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|133k||At anchor, at New York during the Columbian Naval Parade, on 27 April 1893
Photographed by: Loeffler, (1864-1946), courtesy of DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University
|52k||c. 1895||Philadelphia Archdiocesan Historical Research Center|
|61k||Photographed in Far Eastern waters, 1898, wearing wartime gray paint.
Courtesy of Mrs. D.M. Corn, Las Cruces, NM, in memory of Dr. K.L. Rosencrance, 1970.
U.S. Navy photo NH 71781
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|86k||Battle of Manila Bay, 1 May 1898. Photograph of a contemporary artwork, depicting Concord in action during the Battle.
Courtesy of Mr. L.Y. Spear, Electric Boat Company, Groton, CT, 1948.
U.S. Navy photo NR&L(O) 18227
|3m||Newspaper article from "The Call" San Francisco, CA 24 May 1899||Michael Mohl|
|321k||Warships of the U.S. Pacific Squadron in the moonlight, during a Latin American cruise, circa 1903-04. USS New York (Armoured Cruiser No. 2) is in the left center. The other two ships listed in no particular order are Concord and USS Bennington (Gunboat No. 4).
Donation of William L. Graham, 1977
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 85693
|125k||Bow view of Concord showing the crowd during her commissioning at Mare Island on 15 June 1903.
U.S. Navy photo PG 3 002-6-1903
|147k||Stern view of Concord during her commissioning at Mare Island on 15 June 1903.
U.S. Navy photo PG 3 003-6-1903
|156k||Bow view of Concord during her commissioning at Mare Island on 15 June 1903.
U.S. Navy photo PG 3 004-6-1903
|187k||Bow view of Concord about to leave Dry Dock No. 1 at Mare Island on 26 June 1903.
U.S. Navy photo PG 3 001-6-1903
|109k||Starboard bow view of Concord at Mare Island on 26 June 1903.
U.S. Navy photo PG 3 005-6-1903
|148k||Starboard quarter view of Concord at Mare Island on 26 June 1903.
U.S. Navy photo PG 3 006-6-1903
|116k||Broadside of Concord and Unadilla (YT 4) at Mare Island on 26 June 1903.
U.S. Navy photo PG 3 007-6-1903
|200k||Stern view of Concord at Mare Island on 26 June 1903.
U.S. Navy photo PG 3 008-6-1903
|140k||Concord's 28 foot cutter at Mare Island.
U.S. Navy photo PG 3 28 ft cutter 001
|321k||U.S. Warships and Revenue Cutters in harbor, probably in Alaskan waters, circa 1904. USS New York (Armoured Cruiser No. 2) is in the right center. USRC Bear is at left, with (in no particular order), Concord and USS Bennington (Gunboat No. 4) second and third from left.
Collection of Martin Fenne
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 102741
|100k||Post card dated 1906||Arnold A. Putnam|
|965k||Photo from "The Pacific Commercial Advertiser", Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands edition of 4 January 1906||Michael Mohl|
|106k||Photo probably taken during her service with the Washington State Naval Militia.
Photo from the 1914 edition of Jane's Fighting Ships
Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle, WA
One of the 6" guns from Concord was placed in the park in 1911
Photo by Dana Payne
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|01||CDR Oliver Ambrose Batcheller, USN - USNA Class of 1863||14 February 1891|
|02||CDR Edwin White, USN - USNA Class of 1865||6 September 1892|
|03||CDR Casper Frederick Goodrich, USN - USNA Class of 1865||10 March 1893|
|04||CDR Seth Mitchell Ackley, USN - USNA Class of 1866||25 September 1899|
|05||CDR Harrison Gray Otis Colby, USN - USNA Class of 1867||12 December 1900 - 10 April 1901|
|06||CDR William Wirt Kimball, USN - USNA Class of 1869||10 April 1901 - 26 February 1902|
|07||CDR Charles Plummer Perkins, USN - USNA Class of 1869||15 June 1903 - 25 August 1904|
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