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Winnebago (ID 2353)


Freighter: Built in 1900 as Haugarland by Craig, Taylor, and Co., Stockton, England; Renamed Hampton and Heathcraig; Acquired by the Navy 9 February 1918 at Hoboken, NJ; Commissioned USS Winnebago (ID 2353), 6 March 1918 at New York; Decommissioned 11 June 1918, struck from the Navy list and returned to her owners, the American Transatlantic Co.; Sold in 1923/1924 to the Albert Jensen of Aktieselskab, Copenhagen, Denmark and renamed Fie Jensen; Renamed Ontario in 1926; Scrapped in 1927 at Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Specifications: Displacement 9,625 t.; Length 360' 7"; Beam 48' 2"; Depth of hold 20' 2"; Draft 24' 7"; Speed 8.75 kts.; Complement 176; Armament one 5" and one 3".


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Winnebago 132k In port, possibly when inspected by the Third Naval District on 4 February 1918.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 105238
Robert Hurst

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