Machias served the U. S. Navy, the Connecticut Naval Militia.
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|USS Machias (Gunboat No. 5)|
|94k||Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Maine
View of the Yard's waterfront during the 1890s, with a gunboat (either Machias, Gunboat No. 5, or Castine, Gunboat No. 6) alongside. This photograph, published on a postal card, was taken before the ships were lengthened amidships.
Courtesy of Commander Donald J. Robinson, USN (Medical Service Corps), 1973
U.S. Navy photo NH 78205
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|84k||USS Machias (Gunboat No. 5) and USS Castine (Gunboat No. 6)
General appearance plan, with decorated mount, showing the ships' preliminary design. It was presented to the Secretary of the Navy [the Honorable Benjamin F. Tracy] by the Chief Constructor, circa the early 1890s
Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation.
U.S. Navy photo NH 99985-A-KN
Library of Congress photo LC-D4-20514
Detroit Photographic Co. photo 020515/Library of Congress photo LC-D4-20515
As initially completed. Her hull was soon lengthened amidships
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 46901
|561k||Photo from The American Navy; Belford, Middlebrook and Co., Chicago - 1898||Thomas Becher|
|62k||Off the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, 7 August 1901.
Courtesy of Howard I. Chapelle, Smithsonian Institution.
U.S. Navy photo NH 46902
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Courtesy U.S. Warships of World War I
|223k||Anchored off New Haven, Connecticut on July 4, 1908
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 46900
|75k||Photo probably taken while serving with the Connecticut State Naval Militia.
Photo from the 1914 edition of Jane's Fighting Ships
|84k||U.S. Navy photo from the 1919 edition of Jane's Fighting Ships|
|ARM Agua Prieta (R 35)|
|145k||The Mexican Gunboat Agua Prieta (R 35) was formerly the U.S. Navy gunboat USS Machias (PG-5). The ship was in commission from 1891 to circa
1935 and is photographed at Veracruz on the Gulf of Mexico. The Agua Prieta was purchased in October, 1920. This photograph was acquired by the U.S. Navy
Office of Naval Intelligence, probably as a postcard on public sale
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 93258
|01||CDR Charles Jackson Train, USN - USNA Class of 1865|
Retired as Rear Admiral
|20 July 1893 - 22 October 1894|
|02||LCDR Nathan Sargent, USN - USNA Class of 1870|
Retired as Captain
|03||CDR Bernard Orme Scott, USN - USNA Class of 1874||23 September 1903|
|04||LCDR Albert Ware Marshall, USN - USNA Class of 1896||1 April 1915|
|05||LCDR Austin Kautz, USN - USNA Classs of 1897|
Awarded the Navy Cross (1920) - Captain Kautz died on active duty 10 September 1927 while serving as Naval Attache at the American Embassy, Berlin, Germany
|26 June 1916|
|06||LCDR George E. Lake, USNRF - Awarded the Navy Cross (1920)||1918|
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