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C. F. Sargent (ID 3027)

Sunk 25 September 1918

Coastwise Collier Barge:

  • Laid down in 1874 by C. Pendleton, Yarmouth, ME
  • Launched 8 July 1892
  • Acquired by the Navy 18 October 1917 and placed in service
  • Struck from the Navy Register 31 July 1918
  • Sank 25 September 1918 off Hen and Chicken Shoals, Cape Henlopen, at the mouth of the Delaware Bay.

    Specifications:

  • Displacement 1,689 t.
  • Length 220' 3"
  • Beam: 41' 3"
  • Draft 26' 2".
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    C. F. Sargent 694k c. 1899
    Seattle, WA
    There appears to be a traffic jam on the Seattle waterfront. Foreground left, is the square-rigged Downeaster C. F. Sargent, out of Bath, Maine. The other vessels are the steamships, Umatilla, Alki and the Walla Walla, all prominent coastwise or Alaska passenger vessels
    Photo from Maritime Memories of Puget Sound by Jim Gibbs and Joe Willamson, 1957
    Tommy Trampp
    C. F. Sargent 117k Photographed prior to her World War I Navy service
    U.S. Navy photo NH 102194
    Naval Historical Center

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