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|200k||USS Tennessee (Armored Cruiser No. 10) transiting the Panama Canal, circa 1915-1916, in tow of Mariner. A canal dredge is in the center background.
Courtesy of Leonard R. Efrein, 1972.
U.S. Navy photo NH 76320
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|127k||Photographed prior to 1917, while still in civilian service
U.S. Navy photo NH 100237
|103k||Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 99408||Robert Hurst|
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|242k||Tied up outboard of the tugs Bohio and Empire.For recognition at a distance, Panama Canal tugs wore the first initial of their names on their stacks. Mariner in 1914 made the first continuous Atlantic to Pacific passage through the canal
Panama Canal Commission photo from "U.S. Army Ships and Watercraft of World War II" by David H. Grover
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