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Carolinian (ID 1445)

Civilian call sign:
Love - Fox - Charlie - Mike

Freighter: Built in 1906 as Harley by Furness-Withy Co., West Hartlepool, England; Renamed Southerner and Carolinian; Acquired by the Navy 5 October 1918 and commissioned USS Carolinian (ID 1445); Decommissioned 22 March 1919 and returned to the United States Shipping Board for return to her owners, the Garland Steamship Co., New York, NY. Fate unknown.

Specifications: Displacement 4,170 t.; Length unknown; Beam 50' 2"; Draft 23' 11"; Speed 9 kts.; Complement 35; Armament two 4"; Propulsion one 1,600ihp steam engine, One shaft.

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Carolinian 62k Photographed in 1917, while wearing World War I neutrality markings. She has been fitted with deck gun platforms.
U.S. Navy photo NH 89787
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