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Hiawatha (SP 183)


Built in 1914 by Lawley & Sons, Boston, MA as Donaire; Acquired from her owner, A. W. Stanley of Miami, FL and commissioned Hiawatha (SP 183), 10 May 1917; Loaned to the Maryland State Conservation Commission, 11 December 1919; Returned to Navy control, 16 March 1920; Sold to the Department of Agriculture, 1 October 1920. Fate unknown.
Specifications: Displacement 89 t.; Length 98'; Beam 17'; Draft 5'; Speed 10 kts; Armament one 3-pounder and one 1-pounder.
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Hiawatha/Inca 71k Probably photographed in the Norfolk, Virginia, area in 1917-18. USS Inca (SP 1212) is at left, wearing the Naval Aviation star insignia. The Wallace Brothers gasoline engine machine shop is at right.
USN Photograph NH 101791
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