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|103k||In port, prior to World War I.
U.S. Navy photo NH 102202
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Seneca first served as a coal barge for the Minesweeping Division at Tompkinsville, N.Y. In January 1918, she moved to Providence, R.I.; and she spent the last months of the war as a floating base at Shelburne, Nova Scotia. In February 1919, she relieved Bushnell as temporary tender for Submarine Division 5, and served as such (primarily as an accommodation ship) at Philadelphia from 4 March to 28 May and at Norfolk from 29 May until detached on 29 August. She was ordered sold on 10 September 1919 and was delivered to her purchaser, the Neptune Line of New York City, on 1 October 1919.
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