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|87k||Photographed at the time of her acquisition by the Navy in May 1917. Later renamed SP-711. Behind Kiowa is a Herreshoff 62' 4" motorboat of the Apache (SP-729) type and several other Section Patrol boats. USS Tonopah (Monitor No. 8) is on the other side of the pier, with her superstructure visible.
U.S. Navy photo NH 101991
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|83k||Lockwood's Basin, Boston, Massachusetts. View of the basin looking down the pier, taken by Alton M. Blackinton, Boston, circa 1918, showing USS Moosehead (ID 2047) in the center and section patrol boats. USS Alacrity (SP-206) is at the far left. The patrol boats in the left center foreground are (from left to right): USS Kiowa (SP-711); USS Skink (SP-605); unidentified; USS Whistler (SP-785); and USS Lynx II (SP-730).
U.S. Navy photo NH 42147
|85k||In Lockwood's Basin, Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1918, with USS Moosehead (ID 2047) on the left and four patrol boats at right. The latter are (from outboard): USS Kiowa (SP-711), USS Skink
(SP-605), USS Whistler (SP-784) and USS Lynx II (SP-730). Photographed by Alton M. Blackinton, Boston.
U.S. Navy photo NH 45268
|??||Boatswain's Mate Third Class Henry Eldredge Sweet, USNRF||27 May 1918|
A tribe of warlike and predatory American Indians, who at one time resided in Missouri. They later moved southward and often joined the Comanches in raids on other tribes and American settlers. Some members of the tribe still reside on a reservation in Oklahoma.
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