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LOG BOOK – JUNE 20th 1902 TO OCTOBER 4th 1902


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20 June 1902

LOG BOOK OF THE U. S. S. Perry, Second Rate, of __/_ Guns, COMMANDED BY Captain Walstein A. Failing, U. S. R.G.S. Attached to -- Squadron, Commencing June 20, 1902, at Port Townsend, Wash.


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20 June 1902

LIST OF OFFICERS Attached to and on board the U.S.S. Perry, commanded by Captain W. A. Failing, U.S.R.G.S., during the period covered by this Log Book, from June 20, 1902

Walstein A. Failing - Captain

Howard M. Broadbent - First Lieutenant

George B. Maher - Chief Engineer

Henry K. Spencer - 1st Ass't. Engineer

Walter A. Wiley - Second Lieutenant

Theodore G. Lewton - 2d Ass't. Engineer

Thomas M. Molloy - Third Lieutenant

R. Newton Hawley - Surgeon

H. B. Jones - Pilot

LIST OF OFFICERS

Walstein A. Failing Captain -

Howard M. Broadbent First Lieutenant -

George B. Maker Chief Engineer -

Henry K. Spencer 1st Ass't Engineer -

Walter A. Wiley Second Lieutenant -

Theodore G. Lewton 2d Ass't Engineer -

Thomas M. Malloy Third Lieutenant -

R. Newton Hawley Surgeon -

H. B. Jones Pilot -


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LOGS FOR JUNE 1902


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port townsend wash

Lat 48.1, Long -122.8


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20 June 1902

port townsend wash

Lat 48.1, Long -122.8

U.S.S. Grant - Received from U.S.S. Grant, 1 Navy Azimuth Tables, 1 Navy Chart Catalogue.

Received from U.S. Hydrographic, 1 set of charts for use on summer's cruise. Crew employed receiving stores and variously. Permanent hull board met and submitted report to Commanding Officer.

At 12:00, underway and out of harbor.

At 3:40, anchored in outer harbor, Victoria, B.C., in 8 fms. water, 30 fms. port chain.

At 8:00, underway and out of harbor.

USS Grant - Received from 1 Navy Azimuth Table, 1 Navy Chart Catalogue


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union bay bc

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21 June 1902

yellow id lt

Lat 22.6, Long 59.5

At 9:30, made fast to coal wharf at Union Bay, B. C. Engineer force raking off cylinder head and blowing down boiler. Draft before coaling, 7'-7" forward, 10'-1" aft. Prepared for coaling. At 11:10, commenced coaling.

At 9:30 AM made fast at coal wharf at Union Bay, B.C.


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union bay bc

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22 June 1902

union bay bc

Lat , Long

At 10:00, inspected ship. Omitted muster on account of stores being stored on deck. Granted liberty to one watch.

U.S. Consular Agent Clinton - Officer called on U.S. Consular Agent Clinton during afternoon.

US Consular Agent Clinton - called on during afternoon


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union bay bc

Lat , Long

2, 793 rations served


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23 June 1902

union bay bc

Lat 23.10, Long

Crew coaling ship. Filled boiler with fresh water.

Mid to 7am: Calm and overcast and raining. Coaling ship

7am to 4pm: Calm, overcast and raining. Crew coaling ship. Filled boiler with fresh water.

4pm to Mid: Calm and overcast. Rainy to Clearing.


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union bay bc

Lat , Long

coal: 208320 - Amount Rec'd


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24 June 1902

union bay bc

Lat 24.10, Long -125.2

Crew employed bagging coal and putting it on quarter-deck. Finished coaling, having received 93 tons Comox coal.

coal: 93 tons - Comox coal

Filled fresh water tanks. Draft after coaling, 5 ft. 6 ins. forward, 11 ft. 6 ins. aft. Crew employed storing sacked coal on deck and cleaning ship.

Sea. Anderson, Ord. Sea. Devereaux - Surgeon having reported Sea. Anderson and Ord. Sea. Devereaux unwell, excused them from heavy work.

At 12:00, cast off from wharf and underway.

coal: 93 tons - Received

Seaman Anderson - Unwell reported to surgeon

Ord.Sea. Devereux - unwell reported to surgeon

Mid to 8 am: Calm, overcast and raining.

8am to Merid: Light E'ly airs and overcast.

Merid to 4 pm: Light SE breeze and cloudy. Pleasant weather. At 1200 cast off from wharf and underway. At 1:25 yellow ID. ST.abeam, stood up Lambert channel. At 2:00, Pt. Plichfre. At 310, Cape Lazo, Co. WNW.

4 pm to 6 pm: Light SE airs and partly clear. At 515, Cape Mudge Lt.Ho. abeam slowed to half speed and stood up Discovery Passage for Seymour Narrows.

6pm to 8 pm: Calm and partly clear. At 630, Grange Pt. At 705, Race Pt. At 720, through Seymour Narrows.

7pm to Mid: Calm and partly clear to clear. At 820, anchored in Ella Harbor.


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pulteney pt east 3 miles

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

coal: 234570 - Exp:17100

Distance made good since Mid: 140 miles


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25 June 1902

elk bay bc

Lat 50.6, Long -127.9

Mid to 8 am: Calm and clear. At 425, underway and to the northward. At 510, slowed down on account of fog-rifts ahead. At 517, full speed. At 700, Canfr Pt. At 725, passed helm cheu Id. At 747, Yorls Id.

8 am to Merid: Calm to West airs and cloudy with light drizzle at intervals. At 905, stopped for 3 minuutes to adjust part of . At 940, Boat Harbor Id. abeam. At 1100, Slert Bay. At 1115, through Palse Passage. Merid: Pulteney Pt, East 3 miles. Steering various courses.

Merid to 4 pm: West airs to light WNW breeze and cloudy with rain at times. Steaming on Co. W x N 1/2 N. At 100, Masternon Ids. abeam, Co. W 1/2 S. At 135, Duncan Id, close abeam. Christie passage

4 pm to Mid: Light WNW breeze to airs and cloudy with rain at times. At 445, Egg Id Lt. abeam. At 700, anchored in safety cove


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sister idsclose abeam

Lat 48.4, Long -123.9

Distance made good since Mid. 158 miles


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26 June 1902

finlayson channel

Lat 52.1, Long -127.9

Carpenter overhauling dinghy.


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27 June 1902

chatham sound

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2


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Lat 54.57, Long -131.00

Steamer Perry -

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28 June 1902

haystack id

Lat 28.10, Long -1.5

H. M. Patdui, Special Treasury Agent - H. M. Patdui, Special Treasury Agent went ashore to examine cannery. 37 Chinese certificates.

Boarded tug, Messenger, Friday Hbr. Jensen, tender, and examined Chinese Caborees.

steamer City of Topeka - At 12:10, passed steamer City of Topeka bound to southward.

hauled up for the Hog Rks.

Issued clothing to crew and gave afternoon to make and mend.

Received on board, one destitute Indian for transportation to Sitka, Alaska, and issued him one ration.

H.M.Pulding - Special Treasury Agent went ashore to examine causeway

Messenger, Friday Hbr,~,tender - Boarded tug and examined Cl~ laborers

City of Topeka - bound to southward

- Received on board one destitute Indian for transportation to Sitka, Alaska

Mid to 7am: Calm and overcast. At 530, underway. At 640,Haystack Id., Through to Morgan Passage. At 805, anchored off Wales Harbor, Alaska, H.M. HalderrySpecial Treasury Agent went ashore to examine cannery.

7am to Merid: Overcast and rainy. Light NE airs. Boarded tug, messenger, Friday hbr., At 945, underway, over log(43.7). At 1025 Haystack Id.(46.5)At 1145, Boat Harbor abeam, 1 1/2 mile, Co. NW 1/2(60.8)

Merid to 4pm: Some wind and weather. At 1210, passed steamer laity of Topeka bound to southern and at 100, Black Rla abeam. At 148, Pivsis Ids abeam.(87.1),hauled isp for Hog Rlsa. At 207, Hog Id. Breezy abeam,(84.4). At 258, Spice Id. Breezy abeam(94.2) At 327 in log at Hupt buoy (98.6). At 350, anchored off Ketchikan, Alaska.

4pm to Mid: Calm and partly clear. Received on board, one destitute Indian for transportation to Litka, Alaska, and issued him one ration.


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reef pt nne 2 miles

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Distance made good since Mid: 187.0 miles


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29 June 1902

wrangel narrows

Lat 56.4, Long -132.6

steamer Humboldt - At 3:00, passed steamer Humboldt.

Steamer Humboldt - Passed

Mid to 8am: Calm to SW breeze, light. Cloudy. At 420, underway and to the northward. At 440, over log.(91.6). At 506, Leleaconel Id. (2.5). At 647 Guard Id.(7.5). At 618, Srindall Id.(14.3), Clarence Strait. At 700, Ship Id(21.4)

7am to Merid: Calm and cloudy. Pleasent weather. At 100 inspected ship. At 1008, Lincoln Rls Buoy(53.2). At 1135, Round Pt. (68.4). During watch, steered various courses through Clarence Strait. and Stickine Strait. Merid: Reef Pt.

Merid to 4PM: Partly clear to overcast. Calm to light westerly airs. Steaming through Surunes Strait. At 150, Pt Alexander, in log (90.1) At 200, entered Wrangel Narrows, steering various courses. At 300, passed steamer Humboldt. At 400, Proleevy Pt., over log (90.5).

4pm to 6pm: Sai weather with NW breeze, light. At 454, Wood Pt.(97.91). At 517

6pm to 8pm: Calm weather.

8pm to Mid: Light variable airs and partly clear. At 800


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mendenhall glacier n 12 e 10 miles

Lat 12.8, Long 45.0


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30 June 1902

stephen passage alaska

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

At 3:12, slowed down, took in log (86.7). Stopped and took in ice from floating piece.

J. J. Coyle - Special Agent, Treasury Department, J. J. Coyle, came on board and informed Cond'g Officer that ha had work detaining him at Juneau.

Am. str. Seaolin - Boarded the following:- Am. str. Seaolin, Juneau, York, master, general inds.

Am. gasoline tug Henry Frick - Am. gasoline tug, Henry Frick, Seattle, Frick, master, wrecking.

Am. str. Newport - Am. str. Newport, Seattle, Moore, master, Juneau to Unalaska, mail + passengers.

Am. str. Rustler - Am. str. Rustler, Juneau, Campbell, master, Juneau to Skagway, mail.

Am. str. Yukon, Juneau, laid up. -

Am. str. Jupiter - Am. str. Jupiter, Tacoma, Lazue, master, papers not available, no one on board.

At 3:59, fire quarters and abandon ship; water in 30 seconds.

Exercised 6-Pds. gun's crew at drill.

Synopsis of Abstract of Journal. Underway - 257 km 58 m. Dist. - 2438.1 Rations issued - 539 S+S - 70 km 15 m S+S - 516.5 St. ex. - 187 km 43 m St. ex. - 1921.6 Anchor - 462 km. 02 m. Officers pres. - 236 An- 7 26/30 RGS Crew - 953 An- 31 23/30 Coal on hand - 88 tons. 450 lbs. Rec'd - 129 tons. 1750 lbs. Total - 217 tons. 2200 lbs. Expd - 153 tons. 390 lbs. Reng - 64 tons. 1870 lbs. Vessels reported - 1 Bessels boarded: Am. - 7

Stopped and took in ice from floating piece

J.J.Coyle - Special Agent, Treasury Department, J.J.Coyle came on board and informed Comd'g Officer that he had work detaining him at Juneau

Am.str.~eaol~ - Boarded Am.str.~eaol~,Juneau,Yorke,master,general ~

Am.gasoline tug,Henry Flinch - Boarded Am.gasoline tug,Henry Flinch,Seattle,Flinch,master, ~ing

Am.str.Newport - Boarded Am.str.Newport,Seattle,Moore,master,Juneau to UUalaska,mail&passengers

Am.str.Rustler - Boarded Am.str.Rustler,Juneau,Campbell,master,Juneau to Skagway,mail

Am.str.Yulson - Boarded Am.str Yulson,Juneau,laid up

Am.str.Jupiter - Boarded Am.str.Jupiter,Tacoma,Lazur,master,papers not available,none on board



LOGS FOR JULY 1902


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

coal: 145170 - Exp: 6000

Distance made good since Mid: 42.0 miles


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1 July 1902

deadmans reach alaska

Lat 54.1, Long -0.6

Destitute Indian left the vessel.

Rush - Officers of Perry and Rush exchanged calls.

- Destitue Indian left the Vessel

Rush - Comand'g Officiers of Perry and Rush exchanged calls

Mid to 8am: Calm and overcast. At 530, underway. At 600, Povertin Id. At 622, Rose Rock Buoy. At 627, yellow Pt. At 632, Middle Pt. Rk. At 644, Liesnoi Shoal Buoy. At 649, through Sergiois Narrows. At 751, West Francis Rock Buoy. At 730, Kaise Ids. At 746, Entrance Id.

8am to 4pm: Light SW airs and overcast with light drizzle at times. At 808, Whitestone Narrows Buoy. At 950, made fast to docks at Sitka. At 1100 commenced coaling. Destitute Indian left the vessel.

4pm to Mid: Gentle SW breeze to airs and overcast. At 600, granted liberty to one, one watch.


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

coal: 138370 - Exp:2100


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2 July 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Crew employed coaling ship. Left 5 bbls. of oil, and 19 coaling boards ashore in warehouse on wharf.

steamer Newport - At 11:30, steamer Newport came alongside and discharged cargo. At 3:15, Newport cast off and left the harbor.

U.S.S. Rush - Received one large boat load of water from U.S.S. Rush.

coal: 47 2040/2240 tons - steaming coal

Left 5 bbls of oil and 19 coaling loads ashore in warehouse on wharf.

Steamer Newport - came alongside and discharged cargo

Newport - cast off and left the harbor

U.S.S. Rush - Received one large boat load of water from

coal: 47 tons & 2080 llbs steaming coal -

Mid to 8am: Calm and cloudy. Coaling ship.

8am to 4pm: Overcast with SW airs to gentle SW breeze. Crew employed coaling ship. Left 5 bbls of oil, and 19 coaling loads ashore in warehouse on wharf. At 1130, steamer Newport came alongside and discharged cargo. At 315, Newport cast off and left the harbor. Received one large boat load of water from USS Rush.

4pm to Mid: Light SW breeze to airs and overcast, rain. At 500, finished coaling. have received onboard, 47 2080/2240 tons steaming coal.


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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3 July 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Worked engine at dock to test machinery.

C. Anderson, sea. and C. McGee, c. h. - C. Anderson, sea., and C. McGee, c. h., absent.

steamer Santa Ana - At 7:40, steamer Santa Ana arrived in port.

B. Yamaguchi, boy - Quarantined B. Yamaguchi, boy for 30 days for neglect of duty.

C. Anderson, sea. and C. McGee, c. h. - At 10:20, C. Anderson, sea., and C. McGee, c. h., returned on board. Quarantined Anderson for 30 days, it being his third offense, and McGee for 15 days, his first offense, in over-staying liberty.

G. Anderson, sea. - absent

C.McGee, c.h., - absent

Steamer Santa Ana - arrived in port

B.Yamaguchi - Quarantined B.Yamaguchi, boy for 30 days for neglect of duty

C.Anderson - returned on board, quarantined for 30 days it being his third offense in overstaying liberty

C.McGee - returned on board, quarantined for 15 days, his first offense in overstaying liberty

Mid to 8am: Calm, overcast, and rainy. Worked engine at docks to test machinery. At 650, cast off from wharf and steamed to Anchorage. At 740, steamer Santa Ana arrived in port.

8am to 4pm: Same wind and weather.

4pm to Mid: Same wind and weather.


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

coal: 240630 - exp:2000 Rem: 238630


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4 July 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

At 8:00, fired one gun and dressed ship rainbow fashion. Liberty crew on board.

Suspended all unnecessary work and observed the day as a holiday.

Gov. Brady - Com'd'g Officer paid official call upon Gov. Brady of Alaska.

At noon, fired a salute of 21 gins. Drilled 6-pdr. gun's crew twice, preparatory to firing salute. Granted liberty.

Fired sunset gun. Expended this day 23 saluting charges.

J. Funita and B. Yamaguchi, boys - J. Funita and B. Yamaguchi, boys, deserted.

At 8.00, fired gun and dressed ship rainbow fashion.

Gov Brady of Alaska - Com'd'g Officier paid official call upon

At noon fired a salute of 21 guns.

Fired sunset gun. Expended this day 23 saluting charges

J. Fu~ita and B Yamaguchi - Boys deserted

Gov. Brady of Alaska - Com'd'g officer said official call upon Gov. Brady of Alaska

J. ????ta - J. ????ta and B. Yamaguchi, boys, deserted

B. Yamaguchi - J. ????ta and B. Yamaguchi, boys, deserted


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mt edgecumbe alaska wxn 12 miles

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5 July 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

At 10:12, underway, stood out of harbor by main ship channel.

Sam and John Johnsson - Shipped two Indian boys, Sam and John Johnsson for cruise.

Sam - Shipped two Indian boys, Sam and John Johnson for cruise

John - Shipped two Indian boys, Sam and John Johnson for cruise


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Lat 59.03, Long -141.92


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6 July 1902

cape st elias cuter breakers abeam 347

Lat 59.03, Long -141.92


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orca alaska

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7 July 1902

off cape st elias alaska

Lat 35.9, Long -5.3

Special Agent Kutchin - inspected cannery

Am.Str.Wildcat - Boarded Am.Str.Wildcat,San Francisco,McPherson,master,fishing

Am.bk.J.D.Peters - Boarded Am.bk.J.D.Peters,San Francisco,Snow,master,coal

Am.Str.~lmkit - Boarded Am.Str. ~lmkit,Orca,Olsen,master,fueling

Agent Kutchm - left on Steamer Wildcat for cruise to canneries near Copper River


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gica alaska

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

18 rations served

18 rations served

Steamer Perry - Officers: 9, P.O.&Crew: 32, Rations: 251.9, Served: 18

coal: 192430 - Exp 2000

Steamer Perry - Rem. 190430, At Anchor 24:00


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8 July 1902

orcaalaska

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orcaalaska

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9 July 1900

orcaalaska

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Special agent Kutchin - returned from Copper River


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seal rocksxe12e

Lat 54.0, Long -130.8


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10 July 1902

cape clean

Lat 54.0, Long -130.8

American bark J.D.Peters - American bark J.D.Peters of Seattle in tow

Comd'g Officier received an order from Capt Snow of the Peters on Supt of Clugnik Cannery for 7 tons of caol to replace that expended in towing the Pteres.

Peters - cast off

Aleutian backs - underway with Aleutian backs in tow

Aleutian backs - underway with Aleutian backs in tow


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ptbeder se34s15 miles

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11 July 1902

kissalof cook inlet

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

Steamer Excelsior - Passes steamer Excelsior bound eastward

Special Agent Kutchin - Left vessel to inspect cannery

Lieut Molloy - left vessel to board vessels

Am Str Jennie - Boarded Am. Str Jennie, San Francisco, Esser, master, fishing

Steam launch Arthur - boarded steam launch Arthur, under tonnage, no papers

Am.str.Reporter - Boarded Am.str.Reporter,San Francisco,Christenson,master,fishing

77 Chinese with certificate at cannery


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kissalof alaska

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12 July 1902

east foreland nnw12w

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5

Special Agent Kutchin - left vessel to inspect cannery and board vessels

Steamer Tyanic of San Francisco anchored nearby.The master came on board with one of his crew who received medical treatment from our surgeon. He also stated that the master who preceded him had left the vessel with its papers at Kissalof.

Am.str Tyonic - Boarded Am.str.Tyonic,San FRancisco,Johnson,master,fishing.

Gasoline Launch Por Kenai - Boarded gasoline launch Por Kenai, under tonnage, no papers

Mr Elias ~, - Superintendant of Kenai Cannery came pn board to pilot vessel to Pyonek Cannery and return.


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At anchor for 10:30


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13 July 1902

west foreland abeam

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5

Steamer Tyonic - waited for steamer

Surgeon Hawley boarded Tyonic to treat seaman with a broken leg.


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14 July 1902

raspberry point

Lat 54.1, Long -169.8

Surgeon treated one patient at Wooded Id.


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15 July 1902

mgak idabeam

Lat 57.1, Long 113.9

Am.bark, Present - Boarded Am.bark Present,San Francisco,Rose,master,waiting for cargo of canned salmon


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16 July 1902

alitak bay kadiale id alaska

Lat -23.1, Long -135.0

Am.str.,Equator - Boarded Am.str.,Equator,Seattle,Mallet,master,fishing

Special Agent Kutchin and officier visited cannery at head of Alitak Bay

Am.str.Alitak - Boarded Am.str.Alitak,San Francisco,Rasmussen,master,fishing

Boarded two small sloops. 75 Chinese certificates


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17 July 1902

north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Special Agent, Surgeon Hawley and boarding officier left vessel in launch to visit cannery in Clugnils Lagoon

Am.str. Afoquals - Boarded Am.str.Afoquals,San Francisco,Moller,fishing

Am.ship,Two Brothers - Boarded Am.shio Two Brothers,San Francisco,Wilson,waiting for cargo

Am.ship Jessie S.Thompson - Boarded Am.ship Jessie S.Thompson,Seattle,Mu~,waiting for Cargo

75 Chinese certificates at Lagoon Bay

Surgeon Hawley administered treatment to three Chinese laborers whose hands were eaten by acid


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SLIGHT SOUTH BREEZE


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Lat -0.03, Long -0.02

-


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19 July 1902

Mid. to 4am. Calm to light SSW breeze, partly clear to partly cloudy with fog. Vessel steaming through Ummak Pass, Co. W 1/2 S. At 3:00, Co. SW 1/2 W (68.2).

Captain W. A. Failing - Under the command of

W. ~ Wiley - signed the log

H B. ~~~~ - signed log

~~~ M. Malloy - signed log


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-

-


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20 July 1902

Captain W. A Failing R. L. S -


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dutch harbor alaska

Lat -0.02, Long -0.02


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21 July 1902

dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Mid to 8am: Calm and overcast. Coaling ship

8am to 4pm: Calm to light SSE breeze and overcast and partly foggy.

4pm to Mid: Moderate NE breeze to light NE airs and cloudy with fog at times.

Dr Vogel - Dr Vogel, U.S.M.H.S. made official call upon Comd'g Officier

Am.st.launch, Vladimir - Boarded Am.st.launch, Vladimir, Uualaska, ~

Am.sch.Selina - Boarded Am.sch.Selina,Uualaska,Handy,master,laid up

Am.sch.Hunter - Boarded Am.sch.Hunter,Uualaska, u.c.b

Am.sch.J.B.Ward - Boarded Am.sch.J.B.Ward

Am.sch.Everett Hayer - Boarded Am.sch.Everett Hayer

Am.sch.Bear - Boarded Am.sch.Bear,Seattle,Lee,master

Am.sch.Challenge - Boarded Am.sch.Challenge,Uualaska,Peterson,master,Uualaska to Atba,coal tender

Am.ship, Jabez Howes - Boarded Am.ship,Jabez Howes,San Francisco,Clapp,master, C~ to Dutch Hbr,coal


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off priest rla alaska

Lat 53.8, Long -167.0

coal: 208320 lbs -


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22 July 1902

akun head bearing sexe14e

Lat 53.9, Long -165.9

Mid to 8am: Calm to SSE airs. Overcast to cloudy. At 5:00, Steamer Roanoke came in and made fast to wharf.

8am to Meridian: Light SSE airs to moderate NW breezes and cloudy. Crew employed coaling ship and filling tanks with fresh water. At 1030, finished same. Draft forward 8.5ft; aft 11.5ft. Received from North American Commercial Co., 93 tons coal and 1400 gallons fresh water. At 1100, cast off from wharf. At 1115, ahead and stood out of harbor. U.S. Deputy Marshal J.R. Richards on board for transportation to Ugashik and Nusbagek to secure witnesses and evidence in murder trials. Merid. Off Priest Rock. Boarded in Dutch HArbor. Amer Sts. Roanoke, Chicago, Weaver, water, _to Seattle passengers.

Merid to 4PM: Moderate NW to West breezes and overcast. At 1:00, Priest Rks., SE 1/2 S, Co. NNE 1/2 E, set staysails. At 1:05, took departure, Akun Head, NE 3/4 E, Cape Morgan, E 1/4 S,(30.4). At 2:48, North Head, Akutan Id., abeam, distant 7.7 miles (46.5). Crew employed cleaning ship and preparing for sea. At end of watch, under steam and sail, Co. NNE 1/2 E.

4pm to 6pm: Moderate west wind, overcast, cloudy, and _. Course NNE 1/2 E. At 4:15, Akun Head, bearing SE x E 1/4 E, (60.7), set foretopsail, foretopgellant sail,main sail, and jib.

6pm to 8pm: Moderate west breeze and overcast. At 7:20, in square sails. At 7:30, in main sail.

8pm to Mid: Light west breeze. Overcast with light drizzle latter part. At 8:00, Co. NE x N. At 11:30, (31.6),

Steamer Roanoke - Steamer Roanoke came in and made fast to wharf

Received from North American Commercial Co, 93 tons Comox coal

U.S.Deputy Marshal J.R.Richards on board for transportation to Ugashite and Nushhagak to secure witnesses and evidence in murder trials.

Am.str.Roanoke - Boarded Am.str.Roanoke,Chicago,Weaver,master,Nome to Seattle,passengers


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position at noon

Lat 56.10, Long -161.93


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23 July 1902

bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long 118.1

Captain W. A. Failing R . L.S - At sea berring sea

Mid to 4am: Light west breeze. Cloudy and overcast. Steaming and under Staysails, Co. NE x N, entire watch. At 12:10, sounded in 30 _. At 2:00, sounded in 39 _. water. At 3:25, Sinak Id. bearing SE x S, (69.0) sounded in 38 1/2 _.

4am to 8am: Light west wind. Overcast and hazy. Co. NE x N.

8am to Meridian: Gentle SW breeze. Overcast with light drizzle at times. At 8:00, stopped and allowed all hands to fish. At 11:00, ahead under steam and staysails on Co. NE x N. Merid: Lat 56-06' N. Long 161-56' W

Merid to 4PM: Light SW to NE Breezes. Overcast and misty. At 12:55, in main - staysail, (31.0). At 12:30, sounded in 31 _ water,(27.0). Steaming on Co. NE x N.

4pm to 6pm: Light NE breeze. Overcast and threatening. Steaming on Co. NE x N.

6pm to 8pm: Light NE breeze and overcast.

8pm to Mid: Light NE to east breeze and cloudy.


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ngarlik alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 117.2


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24 July 1902

cape greig bearing nxe

Lat 47.7, Long 117.2

Captain W. A Failing R.L.S - At Sea Buitol BAy

Steam Tug Ugashik - Steam Tug Ugashik of San Francisco came alongside

Special Agent Kutchin went ashore and inspected cannery of A.P.A'ssu

Tug Ugashik came alongside and took boarding officer and Special Agent Kutchin up river to inspect canneries and board vessels

Deputy Marshal Richards, Surgeon and another officer left vessel on Ugashik to get witnesses and evidence in murder case.

Inspected certificates of 236 Chinese laborers at three canneries

Am.str. Collis - Boarded Am.str.Collis,San Francisco,Billman,master,cannery tender

Am.str,Ngas~ - Boarded Am.str. Ngas~,San Francisco,Clare,master,cannery tender

Surgeon made post mortem examination of murdured Japanese at upper or Red Salmon Co cannery.

Received on board for transportation to Dutch Harbor, two Japanese boys, K.H.Tasaka and S.Wynaka, witnesses in a murder case.


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ngaslik alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

coal: 184 450 -


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25 July 1902

ugashik alaska

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

Am.Coalinga - Boarded Am.Coalinga,San Francisco,Gunderson,master,San Francisco to Ugashik,waiting for cargo

Am.bark,Himalaya - Boarded Am.bark.Himalaya,San Francisco,Thorssen,master,cannery ~

Am.ship Lucile - Boarded Am.ship Lucile,San Francisco,Anderson,master

Am.str.Cathie Killeran - Boarded Am.str,Cathie Killeran,Ugashik,Williams,master,tending cannery

Tug Cathie Killeran came alongside.Surgeon treated two men on tug.

Rev Mr N.P.Kacheroff came on board as guest of Comd'g Officer for passage to Nushagak

At lower cannery inspected 83 Chinese certificates

Mid to 8am: Light SW breeze and cloudy. Lowered steam launched and sent boarding officer to board vessels. Passing coal from deck to bunker. Boarded the following vessels; Sm Coalinga, San Francisco, Gunderson, master, San Francisco to Ugashik, waiting for_. Sm _, Himalaya, San Francisco, Thompson, master, San Francisco to Ugashik. Sm slip, Sucile, San Francisco, Anderson, master, San Francisco to Ugashik. Sm str, Cathrie Killeran, Ugashik, Williams, master,

8am to Merid: Light to moderate SW breeze and cloudy. At 9:15, tug Cathrie Killeran came alongside. Surgeon treated two men on tug. Unbent old jib and mainstaysail and bent new ones. At 11:40, Rev Mr. N.P. Kasheroff came on board as guest of Commanding Officer for passage to Nushagah. At lower cannery, inspected 83 Chinese certificates. Crew variously employed.

Merid to 4PM: Moderate SW breeze and clear. Hoisted steam launch. At 1:50, underway, down and out Ugashik River at half speed, tug Ugashik ahead indicating channel. At 3:05, Ugashik left, returning to cannery. Ahead full speed. Received water from cannery. At 3:35, outer buoy abeam, Co. NW, over log(88.6), Cape Greig bearing N 1/2 E, set fore and mainstaysails, jib and mainsail.

4PM to 6PM: Moderate SW breeze and partly clear. At 4:02, exercised at fire quarters and abandon ship, water in 33 seconds. At 4:45, Co. NNW(95.6). At 5:00, Co. NxW. At 5:07, Co North,(49). At end of watch, steaming under staysails, jib and main sail on Co North.

6PM to 8PM: Fresh NW wind and cloudy. At 7:10, Igagils abeam, Co. NW

8PM to Mid: Same wind and weather. At 8:15, Co. NNW(38.8). At 8:30, sounded in 9 _(41.0), Co. NxW 1/2 W. At 8:45 anchored, Bristol Bay.


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naknek alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5

coal: 174 750 -


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26 July 1902

bristol bay alaska

Lat 47.7, Long -52.7

Captain W.A. Failing R L S - Brirtol Bay, Alaska

Schooner Mary D. Henrie - Passed

Supt Nelson of Naknek Cannery - called on board on Special agent Kutchin

Am.str.Quinnat - Boarded Am.str.Quinnat,San Francisco,Kokerity,master,cannery tender

Mid to 8am: Light SW to moderate SSW breeze. At 5:00, underway with lead going in about 9 and 10_, Co. NxW. At 5:00, raised 10 vessels at anchor bearing NxW. At 6:12, passed schooner Mary D. Hume. At 7:30, anchored off Nakuck in 5 1/2 _. water, 45 _. port chain. Cannery at mouth of river bearing NE x E 3/4 E, Cape Sivarof, bearing NE x E 1/4 E, and Johnston's Hill, S x E 1/2 E. Crew employed cleaning ship.

8am to 4pm: Fresh to gentle SW breeze and partly clear. Hull board met and reported condition of vessel undamaged as far as can be ascertained. Crew employed in fore scrubbing decks and cleaning ship. Gave afternoon to crew to mend clothing. Supt. Nelson of Nakurek cannery called on board Special Agent Kutchin. Boarded Sm St. Zuinnat, San Francisco, Kokesity, master, cannery tender.

4PM to Mid: Light SW airs and partly clear.


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naknek alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5


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27 July 1902

off naknek river alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5

Captain W. A. Failing R L S - Left Nakmek Rurer, Alaska

Special Agent Kutchin and boarding officer left on Sayak to inspect canneries and board vessels

Am.bark,B.P.Cheney - Boarded Am.bark,Cheney,San Francisco,Johnson,San Francisco to Nakuck,supplies

Am.ship,Invincible - Boarded Am.ship,Invincible,San Francisco,Mackenzie

Am.bark,Reaper - Boarded Am.bark,Reaper,San Francisco,Scherman

Am.ship,Tacoma - Boarded Am.ship,Tacoma,San Francisco,Pederson

Am.ship,Bohemia - Boarded Am.ship,Bohemia,San Francisco,Whaiiman

am.bark,Coryphone - Boarded Am.bark,Coryphone,San Francisco,Jobson

Am.ship,Eclipse - Boarded Am.ship,Eclipse,San Francisco,Larsen

Am.ship,Standard - Boarded Am.ship,Standard,San Francisco,Getchell

Am.shio,Isaac Reed - Boarded Am.ship,Isaac Reed,San Francisco,Kelly

Am.str.Sayala - Boarded at Kogguing Am.str,Sayala,San Francisco,Olsen, Nakuck to Kogguing,salt

Am.sch.Prospero - Boarded Am.sch.Prospero,San Francisco,Brandeman,waiting for cargo

Inspected 164 Chinese certificates at Kogguing and 161 certificates at Hallville

Boarded 9 vessels during day


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nakmek alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5

coal: 167 250 -


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28 July 1902

naknek river alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5

Am.str,President - Boarded at Naknek, Am.str.President,San Francisco,Anderson,cannery tender.

Inspected 88 Chinese certificates


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Lat 58.42, Long -158.08

coal: 165250 -


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29 July 1902

johnsons hill bearing east

Lat 15.5, Long -127.9

Str.President - Came alongside and brought Special Agent Kutchin and boarding officer

Mr Johnson Superintendant of cannery came on board as pilot.

Rev Mr Kasheresoff - Left vessel


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nushagak riveralaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9


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30 July 1902

nushagak river alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Am.sch.Premier - Boarded Am.sch.Premier,San Francisco,Olsen,Blaine to Ugashik,lumber

Am.ship,Star of France - Boarded Am.ship,Star of France,San Francisco,Bergman,San Francisco to Nashagale,supplies

Am.ship,Indiana - Boarded Am.Ship,Indiana,San Francisco,Bolton,San Francisco to Nishagale,supplies

Am.bark,Electra - Boarded Am.bark,Electra,San Francisco

Am.ship,M.P.Grace - Boarded Am.ship,M.P.Grace,San Francisco,Fisher,San Francisco to Nishagale,supplies

Am.shio C.P.Sargent - Boarded Am.ship,C.P.Sargent,San Francisco,Gammous,San Francisco to Nishagale,supplies


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nushagals river alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9


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31 July 1902

nushagals river alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Mid to 8am: Calm to SSE airs and overcast and rainy. At 6:15, tug Queen came alongside. Special Agent Kutchin and Lieut. Wiley left vessel in tug to inspect canneries. Deputy Marshal Richards left vessel to go to Nushagak to arrest a native accused of murder. Hoisted anchor and _ bridge cloths.

8am to 4pm: Gentle SSW to SW wind and overcast to cloudy. At 8:45, steam launch left vessel with boarding officer to visit canneries down the river. Crew variously employed. At 12:30, tug Queen returned with Special Agent and boarding officer and Deputy Marshal.

4Pm to Mid: Light SSE breeze to calm. Cloudy to overcast and misty. At 10:00 launch returned with party.

Am Ship., Sintrain - Boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am bails., Euterpe - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am St tug, Hilda - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am ship., Star of Italy - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am schooner, Antelope - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am st tug, Alarm - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am ship, St. Nicholas - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am, st tug, Nuten - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am st tug, Mary D. Hume - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am ship, St. Paul - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am bails, Gary E. Goss - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am bails, Henry Morse - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Am st tug, Kogging - boarded in lower Nushagals River

Inspected 529 Chinese certificates at the different canneries.

Am st, Queen - boarded in upper Nushagals River

Am Sch. Selma - boarded in upper Nushagals River

Inspected 425 Chinese certificates at canneries

tug Queen - At 6:15, tug Queen came alongside.

Special Agent Hutchins and Lieut. Wiley - Special Agent Hutchins and Lieut. Wiley left vessel in tug to inspect canneries.

Deputy Marshal Richards - Deputy Marshal Richards left vessel to go to Nushagak to arrest a native accused of murder.

At 8:45, steam launch left vessel with boarding officer to visit canneries down the river.

At 12:30, tug Queen returned with Special Agent and boarding officer and Deputy Marshal.

Am. ship., Sintram - Boarded in lower Nushagak River:- Am. ship., Sintram, San Francisco, Elsrem, light, waiting for cargo.

Am. bark, Enterpe - Am. bark, Enterpe, San Francisco, Swanson, coal, waiting for cargo.

Am. st. tug, Hilda - Am. st. tug, Hilda, San Francisco, Sarsen, cannery tender.

Am. ship, Star of Italy - Am. ship, Star of Italy, San Francisco, Wester, waiting for cargo.

Am. Schooner Antelope - Am. Schooner Antelope, Astoria, Bjorkengren, waiting for cargo.

Am. st tug Alarm - Am. st tug Alarm, Astoria, Brye, cannery tender.

Am. ship, St. Nicholas - Am. ship, St. Nicholas, Camden, Brown, waiting for cargo.

Am. st. tug, Nuten - Am. st. tug, Nuten, Astoria, Crim, cannery tender.

Am. st. tug Mary D. Hume - Am. st. tug Mary D. Hume, Seattle, Chester, cannery tender.

Am. ship, St. Paul - Am. ship, St. Paul, New York, Townsend, waiting for cargo.

Am. bark, Guy C. Goss - Am. bark, Guy C. Goss, Seattle, Gilmore, waiting for cargo.

Am. bark Henry Morse - Am. bark Henry Morse, San Francisco, Reynolds, waiting for cargo.

Am. st tug, Koggining - Am. st tug, Koggining, San Francisco, Peterson, cannery tender.

Inspected 529 Chinese certificates at the different canneries.

Am. str. Queen - Boarded in upper Nushagak River:- Am. str. Queen, San Francisco, Sorensen, cannery tender.

Am. sch. Selma - Am. sch. Selma, under tonnage.

Inspected 425 Chinese certificates at canneries.


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At Anchor- 508hrs. - 52 mins; Underway - 239 hrs. - 08 mins; S&S- 66 hrs.- 37 mins;SS. Ex. - 168hrs.- 31 mins

Distance 2363.2 miles; S&S. - 620.1 miles; SS. Ex. - 17443.1 miles

coal: 64 tons - 1810lbs - coal on board

coal: 68 tons 2030lbs - Bal

coal: 205 tons 1690 lbs - Total

coal: 136 tons 1860lbs - Expd

coal: 140 tons 2000lbs - Coal rec'd

Officers present. - 279 - Av. -9 P.O. Crew present - 992 - Av. -32

Rations _ - 559; Rations counted. - 155

Vessels boarded. Am - 66

Synopsis of Abstract for July, 1902 At Anchor - 508 hrs.-52 mins. Underway - 235 hrs.-08 mins. S+S. - 66 hrs.-37 mins. St. Ex. - 168 hrs.-31 mins. Distance - 2363.2 miles. S+S - 620.1 miles. St. Ex. - 1743.1 miles. Coal on board - 64 tons-1810 lbs. Rec'd - 140 tons-2000 lbs. Total - 205 tons.-1690 lbs. Expd - 136 tons-1860 lbs. Bal - 68 tons-2030 lbs. Officers present - 279 - Av.-9 P.G.S. Crew present - 992 - Av.-32 Rations issued - 559 Rations contd.-155 Vessels boarded.:- Am.-66.

coal: 140 Tons 2080lbs - Rec'd in July 1902



LOGS FOR AUGUST 1902


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nushagak river alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

coal: 150650 -


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1 August 1902

Mid to 8am: Calm to light NNW airs. Overcast and rainy. Washed clothes pumped up boiler

8am to 4pm: Calm to gentle NE breeze and overcast and rainy. At 8:00, started fires under boiler. At 11:30, Comd'g Officer and Executive Officer left vessel in steam launch to cross the river. Ass't Eng's Spencer and Pilot Jones left on tug down river. Special Agent Kutchin and boarding officer left on tug Nogials at 9:20, to inspect canneries up river. At 11:30, Special Agent and boarding officer returned on board.

4pm to Mid: Light NW breeze to calm and raining.

Washed clothes. Pumped up boiler.

At 10:30, Comd'g Officer and Executive Officer left vessel in steam launch to cross the river.

Ass't Eng'r Spencer and Pilot Jones - Ass't Eng'r Spencer and Pilot Jones left on tug down river.

Special Agent Kutchin - Special Agent Kutchin and boarding officer left on tug Togiak at 9:20, to inspect canneries up river. At 11:30, Special Agent and boarding officer returned on board.

tug Togiak - Special Agent Kutchin and boarding officer left on tug Togiak at 9:20, to inspect canneries up river. At 11:30, Special Agent and boarding officer returned on board.


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nushagale river alaska

Lat 53.4, Long 73.9


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2 August 1902

nushagak river alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Permanent hull board met and reported no change in vessel since last report. Quarters and portion of drills omitted on account of other duties.

At 4:05, exercised at fire quarters and abandon ship. Water in 32 seconds.

Mid to 8am: Slight NE airs to NW breeze and cloudy to rainy. Performed incomming duties.

8am to 4pm: Moderate to gentle East breezes and cloudy with passing showers. Permanent hull board wet and reported sea change in vessel since last report. Quarters and portion of drills ommited onn account of other duties.

4pm to Mid: Cloudy with passing showers and light ENE airs. At 4:05, exercised at fire quarters and abandon ship. Water in 32 seconds.


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nushagak river alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9


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3 August 1902

nushagak river alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Crew employed getting ship ready for inspection. At 10:00, inspected ship, muster being omitted on account of showery sultry weather. Suspended unnecessary work for the rest of the day.

Special Agent H. M. Kutchin - Special Agent H. M. Kutchin, this day, finished inspection of the canneries on the Nushagak River.

Frank H. Lascy, A. Lascy, F. E. Lascy, and J. Henry Smith - A survey party consisting of Frank H. Lascy, A. Lascy, F. E. Lascy, and J. Henry Smith came on board for transportation to Dutch Harbor.

Mid to 8am: Slight airs to breezes from NE. Cloudy. Morning duties performed.

8am to 4pm: Gentle NE to ENE breezes; overcast to partly clear. Crew employed getting ship ready for inspection. At 10:00, inspected muster being omitted on account of sultry weather. Suspended unnecessary work for the rest of the day. Special Agent Kutchin, this day, finished inspection of the canneries Nushagak River. A survey party consisting of Frank H. Lascy, A. Lascy, F.E. Lascy, and J. Henry Smith came on board for transportation to Dutch Harbor.

4pm to Mid: Gentle ENE to NW breezes; partly clear.

W.A. Failing, R.C.S. - captain

H.M.Broadbent - 1st Lieutenant

Frank H.Lascy,A.Lascy, F.E. Lascy and henry Smith - come on board for transportation to Dutch Harbor

W.A.Wiley, - Second Lieutenant

W.A. Wiley -


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nushagak river bar alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9


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4 August 1902

nushagak river alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Superintendent Johnson - At 9:05, underway under slow bell, Superintendent Johnson of canneries piloting. At 11:00, Mr. Johnson left vessel.

Expended 2 saluting charges.

steamer President - At 11:25, over log (49.2), flank bearing East. Following in wake of steamer President.

steamer President - Steaming in the wake of the steamer President.

U.S.S. Thetis - At 12:40, passed U.S.S. Thetis.

steamer President - At 12:45, left steamer President, Co. SE 1/2 E.

Mid to 8am: Light NE airs to light North breeze. Cloudy. Passing showers. Morning duties performed.

8am to Merid: Gentle NNE to moderate NE breeze and cloudy to overcast with passing showers. Expended 2 saluting charges. At 9:05, underway under slow bell, Superintendent Johnson of canneries piloting. At 11:00, Mr. Johnson left vessel. At 11:25, over log (49.2), Elsule bearing East. Following in wake of Steamer President. Crew variously employed.

Merid to 4pm: Moderate NE breezes and cloudy to overcast and squally. Steaming in the wake of the Steamer President. At 12:40, passed U.S.S. Thetis. At 12:45, left steamer President, Co. SE 1/2 E. At 1:00, set fore and main staysails, (63.6). At 1:45, sounded in 7 fires. water(71.4), At 3:00, in staysails,(83.7). At 3:30, Co. SW x S 1/2 S, (88.8), set fore and main staysails.

4pm to 6pm: Gentle South breeze and cloudy. At 4:13, (96.2), in staysails. Co. SW x S 1/2 S.

6pm to 8pm: Light NW wind and overcast. Co. SW x S 1/2 S.

8pm to Mid: Light WSW to SW airs and partly cloudy. At 9:00, sounded 0/17fires. At 10:00, sounded 0/20 fires. Steaming on Co. SW x S 1/2 S, entire watch.


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Lat 55.88, Long -162.78


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5 August 1902

bristol bay alaska

Lat 47.7, Long -52.7

Mid to 4am: Light airs to breezes SW. Cloudy to overcast with light fog latter part. At 1:16, (92.2), sounded in 36 fires. At 2:00, sounded 35 fires. sounded in 34 fires. Steaming on Co. SSW 1/2 W.

4am to 8am: Overcast and SW airs. At 6:15, (44.5), sounded in 40 fires. At 7:00, sounded in 50 fires. Performed morning duties.

8am to Merid: Gentle SW to moderate SW breeze and overcast. Vessel steaming on course south. At 9:00, Co. SW x S 1/2 S. At 12:00, Co. SSW. Crew variously employed.

Merid to 4PM: Moderate to fresh SW breeze and overcast with light mist at end of watch. Moderate head sea. At 12:40, (9.0), Co. S x W. At 1:40, (19.2), Co. SW xS. At 2:10, north end of Sinlas Id., S x E,(24.1) At 3:00, north end of Ainale Id. bearing SE x E, distant 8.0 miles. At end of watch Co. SW x S. Crew employed at odd jobs.

4pm to 6pm: Moderate SW breeze and cloudy. Steaming on Co. SW x S.

6pm to 8pm: Moderate SW breeze and cloudy.

8pm to Mid: Moderate SW breeze. Overcast and ugly. Moderate bearin sea. Vessel rolling heavily at times. At 9:10, Cape Sapies abeam,(93.0). At 1050, sighted a vessel and burned leoston signal and received reply. Slowed speed to 60 revolutions per minute. At 11:30, (17.1), Co. SW 1/2 S. Under steam on Co SW 1/2 S.

Moderate SW breeze. Overcast and ugly. Moderate beam sea. Vessel rolling heavily at times.

At 10:50, sighted a vessel and burned Coston signal and received no reply.

M. Molloy - Entry

HB Jones, pilot - Entry

W.A. Wiley, navigator - Entry


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dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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6 August 1902

at sea behring sea

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Mid to 4am: Moderate SW breeze and partly cloudy. Steaming Co. SW 1/2 S. At 2:40, Co. SW x S 1/2S,(43.7). At 3:15, Co. SSW,(49.8). At 3:30, Co S x W1/2W,(51.2).

4am to 8am: Gentle SW breeze and cloudy to overcast. At 7:00, in log(88.4). At 7:06, Priest Rocks, stood into Nualaska Bay. Performed incomming duties.

8am to Merid: Gentle SW breeze and overcast. At 8:40, made fast to wharf at Dutch Harbor. A. Lascy, Frank H. Lascy, P.E.Lascy, and J. Henry Smith, U.S. Deputy Marshall Richards and two witnesses K.H. Pasalsa, and S. Wynaka, left the vessel. At 9:00, H.B.M. gunboat Shearwater anchored in harbor.

Merid to 4PM: Gentle SW breeze and cloudy to overcast. At 1:00 commenced coaling ship.

4pm to Mid: Light SW airs and overcast.Granted usual liberty.

A. Lascy, Frank H. Lascy, F.E. Lascy, J. Henry Smith, U.S. Deputy Marshall Richards, K. H. Tasaka, S. Wynaka - A. Lascy, Frank H. Lascy, F.E. Lascy, and J. Henry Smith, U.S. Deputy Marshall Richards and two witnesses K. H. Tasaka, and S. Wynaka, left the vessel.

At 1:00, commenced coaling ship.

A. Lazcy; Frank H. Lazcy, P.E. Lazcy, J. Henry Smith, M.S. Deputy Marshall Richards, K.H. Pasalsa, S. Wynaka - Left vessel

Gumboat Shearwater - Anchored


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dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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7 August 1902

dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Mid to 8am: Light SW airs to light SE breezes and cloudy. Coaling ship. Boarded vessel at wharf.

8am to 4pm: Light SE breezes; cloudy with passing showers. Crew employed coaling and watering ship. At 2:30, finished _ , having received 2800gallons of fresh water and 631/2 tons steaming coal from N.A. C. Co. Collector of Customs D.H. Jarvis and Deputy Collector Causten came on board for transportation to inspect Customs stations between Dutch Harbor and Sitha. Landed all mail at Dutch Harbor. Prepared to get underway and at 3:20, cast off from wharf and stood out on forenoon, Surgeon Hawley attended court at Nualaska as witnessin murder case. Boarded vessel.

4pm to 6pm: Gentle SE breeze and cloudy with passing showers. At 4:35, Priest Rock abeam, Co. N x E3/4 E.(97.0). At 5:00, Co NNE. At 5:30, Co NNE1/2E.(6.3), set fore and main staysails.

6pm to 8pm: Gentle to moderate SE breezes and cloudy with passing showers. At 6:13, in staysails,(13.7), Co. NE 1/2 E. At 6:37, Sigals Cape abeam, (17.7). At 7:37, Skim Head, (28.3).

8pm: to Mid: Moderate SE breeze and cloudy to overcast with rain at times. At 11:00, Co NE 1/2 E. Standing through Niuniabs Pass.

Am Str. Brunswick, Am. sch C.H. Hill - Boarded

coal: 63.5 ton - N.A.C.C. Collector

Surgeon Hawley - attended court as witness in a murder case

coal: 63 1/2 tons - received 63 1/2 tons steaming coal from N.A.C. Co.

D.H. Jarvis - Collector of Customs D.H. Jarvis and Deputy Collector Causten came on board for transportation to inspect Customs stations between Dutch Harbor and Sitka.

Surgeon Hawley - Sugeon Hawley attended court at Unalaska as witness in murder case.

Brunswick - Boarded:— Am. str. Brunswick, San Francisco, Kochler, master

C.A. Hill - [ Boarded:— ] Am. str. C.A. Hill, San Francisco, Melberg


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ukolnoi id ese 20 miles

Lat 22.6, Long 59.5


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8 August 1902

at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Mid to 4am: Gentle SE breezes and overcast. Steaming on Co. NE 1/2 E entire watch. At 4:00, Cape Lagaref bearing N 1/2 E.

4am to 8am: Gentle SE breeze to calm and overcast. At 5:44 Cape Pankof of abeam(25.0), Co N x E 1/2 E. At 7:13, (39.8), Co. NNE 7/8 E, Ninga Id. abeam. cleaning ship.

8am to Merid: Variable airs and breezes. Overcast with light drizzle at times. At 9:25, Cape Bold, (61.3). At 10:40, Inner Illiasik,(73.2), Co. NNW 1/2 W. At 11:07,(77.8), Moss Cape, Co. N x W 1/4 W. At 11:23, (80.8), Cape Bauson, Co. NNE. Crew cleaning ship and clearing coal from decks. During watch steaming on various courses.

Merid to 4PM: Light SE breeze and partly clear with some fog. At 12:16, (89.4),Co. NE x E. Steaming along NW shores of Kolicoc and Wosnessenski Ids. Then stood across for Uuga Id. At 4:00, rounded Cape Stchienidina and stood to Ed

4pm to Mid: Light SE breeze to SW airs; overcast and drizzling at times. At 5:20, in log(37.7). At 5:45, came to in Uuga harbor, 9 fires. water, 30 fires, port chain. Collector Jarvis and Dep Coll. Causten inspected customs station. At 7:30, underway. At 9:05, Anchored in Humboldt Hbr, 9 fires.water, 30 fires. port chain.

[Customs] Collector Jarvis - At 5:45, came to in Umga Harbor, 9 fms. water, 30 fms. port chain. Collector Jarvis and Dep. Coll. Causten inspected Customs station.


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Lat 55.57, Long -159.00


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9 September 1902

humboldt harbor alaska

Lat 54.2, Long -165.6

Mid to 8am: Calm to SE airs and partly clear. Collector Jarvis and Dep. Coll. Causten inspected customs station ashore. Boarded one schooner. At 7:05, underway. At 7:15, over log(46.3). At 7:22, Range Id.(47.6). At 8:00, Stigle Id. abeam(54.2). Quarters and portion of drills omitted during the watch on account of duties of vessel.

8am to Merid: Gentle SE breezes and clear. Crew scrubbing decks and cleaning ship. At 8:50, N.E. end of Adronica Id. abeam,(62.1), Co. NE x E 1/4 E, set all sail. At 9:41, exercised at fire quarters and abandon ship. Water in 37 seconds. At 10:20, in square sails and fore spencer. At 10:30, Kupreanof Point abeam, Co NE 1/2 N,(86.5). At 12:00, in ainsail.

Merid to 4PM: Clear and pleasant. Light SSW airs to breezes. At 1:00, up all bedding. At 1:30,(15.2), NE xN. At 2:00, furled square sails. At 3:00, Co. NE x N 1/2 N. At 3:43,(39.0), Castle Rock, bearing N x W 1/2 N. Steaming and under jib and staysails. Pennant hull board wet and reported, no appearant change in vessels condition since last report.

4pm to 6pm: Gentle SSW breeze; cloudy and overcast. Steaming and under jib and staysails, Co. NE x N 1/2 N. At 4:50, Tuliumist Pt. bearing NW x W 1/2 W, distant 12.0 miles,(51.0)

6pm to 8pm: Gentle SSW breeze and overcast. Steaming and under jib and staysails on Co. NE x N 1/2 N.

8pm to Mid: Gentle SSW breeze and overcast and threatening. At *:55, foggy Cape(95.4). Steaming and under jib and staysails on Co. NNE 1/2 E. Boarded: Am Sch. Euina, Marzona, Benson, master, light.

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karluls alaska

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10 August 1902

north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Mid to 4am: Fresh SSE breeze and overcast. Steaming and under staysails and jib. Co. NNE 1/2 E. At 3:15, set fore and main spencers.

4am to 8am: Fresh SSE breeze and raining overcast. At 6:40, in all sail(98.1). At 7:00 in log. At 7:30, came to anchor off Karluk, Alaska in 17 fires, water, 45 fires port chain.

8am to 4pm: Light NE to moderate SE breezes and overcast and rainy. Set clocks ahead 1 hour (to 150 degrees meridian time) At 11:00, inspected ship muster omitted on account of inclement weather and duties of vessel. Boarding vessels and inspecting canneries. Collector Jarvis went ashore and returned.

Note. Upon requesting the Superintendent of the Karluk Cannery and the Chinese foreman that the Chinese labor certificates be produced for inspection, I was informed that they were in the keeping of a Chinese labor contractor in San Francisco, who would come up with themon the next steamer and that the certificates would be produced when the laborers were ready to land at San Francisco at the end of the season. At 3:50, underway, and out of harbor.

4pm to Mid: Moderate SE breeze to light ENE airs. Overcast and rainy to cloudy. Steaming through Shelak of Strait along shores of Kadials Id. At inspected canneries and boarded vessels.

Am st tug. Uyals; Am st launch, Delphine; Am st tug. Ugainuls - Boareded at Karluk

231 Chinese certificates at Karkuk Boarded at Uyals: Am st. Equator, Seattle, Moris, cannery tender. Am ship, America, San Francisco, Harding, Seattle to Uyak, cannery supplies. 126 Chinese certificates at Uyak.

Collector Jarvis - Went ashore and returned

Jacobsen - boarded at Karluk

Delpluire - boarded at Karluk

Korford - boarded at Karluk

Morris - boarded

Harding - boarded


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aff woods island alaska

Lat 59.9, Long -147.4


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11 August 1902

between p and st george reef

Lat 56.6, Long -169.6

Mid to 8am: Calm to light south breeze and cloudy. At 3:20, steamer Newport left the harbor. At 4:15, underway. At 4:50, over log(1.3). At 6:00, Cape Ugak. At 7:00, Noisy Id. At 8:00, Entrance Pt. Performed morning duties.

8am to 4pm: Light ENE airs to moderate SSE breeze. Cloudy to misty. Steaming through Karluk Strait, Center Id. Channel, and Usinka Narrows. Passed between Tivins and St. George Reef. Stood in for Kodiak Hbr. At 11:30, in log(68.4). At 11:50, anchored off Wooded Id in 13 fires. water, 25 fires port anchor. Rove off dinghy falls. Collector Jarvis visited Custan House at Kodiak. Boarded one vessel.

4pm to 6pm: Moderate SSE breeze and rainy. At 4:00, underway and out of harbor. At 4:12, NE end of Wooded Id. close abeam(68.9). At 4:30, Kodiak Rock abeam SE x E 3/4 E, set course NNE 1/4 E(71.7), set jib, staysails, and main sail.

6pm to 8pm: Moderate SSE to SE breezes and overcast and rainy. Steaming and under jib,staysails and mainsail on Co. NNE 1/4 E.

8pm to Mid: Moderate SE breeze. Overcast with drizzle at times. Steaming and under jib, staysails, and mainsail on Co. NNE 1/4 E.

Boarded: Am Sch. Lydia, Kodiak, laid up.

Collector Jarvis - Visited at Kodiala

Lydia - boarded

A B Jones - Pilot

Mid to 8am. Calm to light South breeze and cloudy. At 3:20, steamer Newport left the harbor. At 4:15, underway. At 4:50, over log (1.3). At 6:00, Cape Ngala. At 7:00, Noisy Rd. At 8:00, Entrance Pt. Performed morning duties.


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horning bay east 1 mile

Lat 36.1, Long -5.3


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12 August 1902

at sea portlock bauck north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Asst. Engr. H.K. Spencer - Sick and off duty

Mid to 4am: Moderate ESE gale to fresh ENE breeze. Overcast and rainy. Steaming and under stay sails and mainsail, and jib. Co. NNE 1/4E. entire watch.

4am to 8am: Fresh ENE breeze. Overcast and rainy. At 7:45 in mainsail. Steaming and under jib and staysails on Co NNE 1/4 E.

8am to Merid: Fresh to moderate ENE breeze. Overcast and rainy. At 9:00, sounded in 65 fires water. Crew employed at odd jobs between decks. At 10:07,(51.6), Co. N x E and then for land to S d and W d. At Asst. Ens H.N. Spencer, sick and off duty. At 10:40, (57.7), Cape Cleace, in all sail and up channel with Montague Island on starboard land.

Merid to 4pm: Strong ENE breeze. Overcast with rain squalls. Steaming up Prince William Sound. At 1:00, Grace Rock abeam,(80.61). At 2:00 set staysails. At 2:45, in staysails,(98.6). At 3:10, North end of Montague Id. abeam,(3.2). At 3:35, Co.North,(7.7).

4pm to 6pm: Strong ENE breeze. Overcast, foggy, and rainy. At 4:10, Co. N x W.(13.4) At 5:45, north end of Glacier Id.(30.4). Steaming on various courses, following the land.

6pm to Mid: Light ENE airs to calm. Overcast with rain early part of watch. At 6:05, Pt. Treemantle. At 8:25, anchored off Sivanport, Alaska, 10 fires water, 30 fires port chain.

~ Asst. Eng'r H.H. Spencer - ~ Asst. Eng'r. H.H. Spencer, sick and off duty.


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swanport alaska

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6


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13 August 1902

swanportalaska

Lat 38.5, Long -28.6

Jarvis - Inspect

Columbia - boarded

Perry - boarded

Mid to 8am: Calm. Overcast and foggy. At 6:30, Collector Jarvis and Deputy Collector Causten left vessel in steam launch to inspect Custan House at Valdes. Crew employed lowering steam launch and at morning duties.

8am to 4pm: Calm to light SW airs. Partly foggy to cloudy. Filled up fresh water tanks from water on surface of harbor. Backed out port anchor chain and renewed all shackle pins and then hove in to 30 fires. Cleared decks. At 11:30, Collector Jarvis and party returned from Valdez. Boarded vessels.

4pm to Mid: Calm and cloudy to end of day. Crew variously employed. Hoisted steam launch.

Boarded at Swanport: Am Sch. Columbia, Seattle, loged in. Am Str, L.J. Perry, Seattle, _, Valdez to Esca, passengers & freight.

Collector Jarvis and Deputy Collector Causten left vessel in steam launch to inspect Custom House at Valdeo

Am.sch.Columbia - Boarded at Swanport, Am.sch,Columbia,Seattle,laid up

Am.str,L.J.Perry - Boarded at Swanport,Am.str,L.J.Perry,Seattle,Thomson,Valdes to Orca,passengers and freight


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Lat 60.13, Long -146.48


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14 August 1902

swanport alaska

Lat 60.2, Long -146.6

Mid to 8am: Wind and weather as per columns. At 4:05, underway. At 4:15, over log(50.9). At 5:13, Stanton Narrows,(60.2). At 6:15, Pt. Freemantle,(71.2). At log(50.9). At 6:51, Knowles Head abeam, Co. SSE 1/2 E,(76.7). Performed morning duties.

8am to Merid: Overcast with light drizzle at times and gentle SE breeze. At 9:00, Co. SE xS. At 10:30, Co. SE,(11.1). At 10.52, Cape Hinchinbrook beaming NE, 3 miles,(14.7). At 11:00, Co. East,(15.9). Crew variously employed. Steaming on Co. East.

Merid to 4PM: Light to fresh ENE breezes. Cloudy. Moderate sea Steaming on Co. East.

4PM to 6PM: Wind and weather as per columns. Cloudy. Moderate head sea. At 4:00, Co. E 1/4 N. Steaming on Co E 1/4 N.

6PM to 8PM: Fresh ENE breeze and cloudy. Moderate head sea. At 6:21, Cape St. Elias beaming NE 1/2 E,(83.5). At 6:45, Cape St. Elias, beaming N 1/2 E,(87.8). distant 4.3 miles, Co. ENE

8PM to Mid: Fresh ENE breeze and partly clear. Steaming on Co. ENE.


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yalsutat bay alaska

Lat 54.2, Long -165.7


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15 August 1902

at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -165.7

Babcock - injured

Spencer - off sick list

Special Agent Kutchin - inspection

Surgeon Hawley - helps "native man"

Special Agent Kutchin - inspection

Seaman Johnston - replacing fireman Babcock, who is off duty

D? - boarded, nobody on board

Mid to 4AM: Moderate ENE breeze. Partly clear. Heavy to moderate head sea. Vessel pitching heavily at times. Steaming on Co. ENE.

4AM to 8AM: Moderate to gentle ENE breezes and cloudy. At 7:00, Co. NE x E. Performed morning duties.

8am to Merid: Gentle ENE breeze. Partly clear to overcast. Steaming on Co. NE x E. At 9:25, Pt. Mauby beaming NW x N, distant 8.0 miles,(83.5). At 9:40, Co. ENE 1/4 E,(36.2). At 10:50, Cape Phillips abeam,(48.^), in log. 1Asst. Eng's. H.N. Spencer off sick list. Fireman Babcock injured by being struck across chest and arm by starting bas at engine, treated by surgeon and off duty. At 11:05, anchored in Yakutat Bay, 18 fires, water, 30 fires port chain. Special Agent Kutchin inspected saltery on shore. Boarded vessel. Set clocks ahead one hour(135 degrees merid. time)

Merid to 4PM: Light SE airs and partly clear. At 12:50, underway. While off _, Surgeon Hawley prescribed for native man and dressed injured hands of white man. At 1:05, stopped off lower saltery. Special Agent Kutchin inspected salteries. Detailed Seaman Johnston to fire room in place of Fireman Babcock, off duty. At 3:12, underway out of Bay, over log(48.6). At 3:47, Ocean Cape, abeam 2 miles, Co. ESE 1/2 E,(54.2). At 3:55, fire quarters and abandon ship. Water in 42 seconds.

4pm to 6pm: Light ESE airs and partly clear. Steaming on Co. ESE 1/2 E.

6pm to 8pm: Gentle ESE breeze and partly clear. Steaming on Co. ESE 1/2 E.

8pm to Mid: Gentle ESE breeze. Partly clear to clear. Gentle beam swell. Steaming on Co. ESE 1/2 E.

Boarded- Am.Sch. Daumthess, Everett, nobody on board, light

H.H.Spencer - 1st engi H.H. Spencer off sick list

Fireman Babcock - Fireman Babcock injured br being struck across chest and arm by starting bar at engine, treated br Surgeon and off duty.

Special Agent Kutchin - inspected saltery on shore

Surgeon Hawley - prescribed for native man and dressed injured hands of white man

Seaman Johnston - detailed to fireroom in place of Fireman Babcock, off duty

Am.sch Dauntless - Boarded Am.sch Dauntless, Everett, nobody on board, light


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peril strait alaska

Lat 12.7, Long 43.4


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16 August 1902

sitka harbor

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Collector Jarvis and Deputy Collector - Left vessel

Mid to 4am: Gentle ESE breezes and clear. Steaming on Co. ESE 1/2 E.

4am to 8am: Gentle ESE breeze to airs and clear. Steaming on various courses along coast.

8am to Merid: Light ESE breeze and clear. At 10:00, entered Salisbury Sound. At 11:23, slowed down while passing through Whitestone Narrows. At 11:27, ahead full speed.

Merid to 2pm: Light ESE breeze and partly clear. Standing down Neva and Olga Straits. At 12:35, in log(72.0). At 1:00, made fast to mooring buoy in Sitka Harbor. Collector Jarvis and Deputy Collector Causten left vessel.

2pm to Mid: Light SW airs to calm and cloudy to overcast. Hull board wet and found no appearant change in condition of vessel. A portion of drills and routine omitted during week on account of weather and other duties of vessel. Comd'g Officer of Marines Station made official call upon Comd'g Officer of this vessel. Received from Department G.C.# 70, 71, &72. Also instructions as to retirement. Granted liberty.

Deputy Collector Canston - Collector Collector Jawi~ and Deputy Collector Canston left vessel

Deputy Collector Canston - Collector Collector Jawi~ and Deputy Collector Canston left vessel

Collector Jawi~ - Collector Collector Jawi~ and Deputy Collector Canston left vessel

Collector Jawi~ - Collector Collector Jawi~ and Deputy Collector Canston left vessel


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Officers 9, P.O. & Crew 32, Rations 1799, Served 18, Rem. 1781, Coal 75590, Exp 3000, Rem 72590, At Anchor, 24:00 Sitka Alaska


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17 August 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Babcock - Sent ashore to naval hospital

W. Bobcock, Fireman - sent ashore and placed in Naval Hospital at this port


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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18 August 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Steamer Bonita - came alongside

Steamer Bonita - came alongside

Steamer Bonita - came alongside


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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19 August 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

coal: -

Three prisoners from Sitka jail at work coaling ship. Engineers force at work in Department. Received coal from Navy pile.

Mid to 8am: Gentle SE breeze to calm. Overcast and rainy. Coaling ship. Reveiving coal from Navy pile. Draft before coaling, 7'-4" forward, 10'aft.

8am to 4pm: Light SW to SSE breeze. Overcast and rainy. Crew employed coaling ship. Three prisioners from Sitka jail at work coaling ship. Engineers force at work in Department. Received coal from Navy pile.

4pm to Mid: Calm to light NE breeze. Overcast and rainy. At 6:00, granted liberty.


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

coal: 113010 ibs -


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20 August 1902

deadmans reach

Lat 54.1, Long -3.2

coal: 50 tons -

Babcock - Returned on board from naval hospital

E.H. Justice, qm, and C. Anderson, sea, absent without leave

E.H.Justice, qm, returned on board and quarantined until further orders for intoxication and overstaying liberty

coal: 50+ tons -

Fireman Babcock - returned on board from Naval Hospital

C Anderson, sea, returned on board and quarantined until further orders for intoxication and overstaying liberty

E. H. Justice, quatermaster - absent without leave

C. Anderson, seaman - absent without leave

E. H. Justice, quartermaster - returned on board and quarantined until further order for intoxication and overstaying liberty

coal: having received 50 tons -

Babcock, fireman - returned on board from Naval Hospital

C. Anderson, seaman - returned on board and quarantined until further order for intoxication and overstaying liberty


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Lat 57.60, Long -134.78


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21 August 1902

pt craven

Lat 57.0, Long 45.0

Special Agent Kutchin - inspection

Beaver - boarded, nobody on board

Hummeland - boarded

Kodat - boarded

Steering compass developed great sluggishness apparently due to local magnestism.

Am.str Beaver - Boarded Am.str Seattle, nobody on board,laid up,will remain in Alaska

Am.Str,Phillip F Kelley - Boarded Am.str Phillip F Kelley,Seattle,Hummeland,Seattle to Sitkole Bay,towing.

Inspected 72 Chinese certificates at Sitkok Bay

Am.str.Kodat - Boarded Am.str Kodat,San Francisco,Healy,cannery tender.

Inspected 36 Chinese certificates at Funter Bay

Special Agent Kutchin -

Am. str. "Beaver" - Boarded at Sitkoh Bay: Am. str. Beaver, Seattle, nobody onboard, laid up, will remain in Alaska

Am. str. "Phillip H. Kelley" - Boarded at Sitkoh Bay: Am. str. Phillip H. Kelley, Seattle, Hun~land, Seattle to Sitkoh Bay, towing

Am. str. "Kodat" - Boarded at Funter Bay: Am. str. Kodat, San Francisco, Healy, cannery tender


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dundas bay alaska

Lat , Long


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22 August 1902

funter bay alaska

Lat 47.7, Long -52.7

Babcock - off sick

Seaman Johnston - returned to fireroom

Bertha - boarded

Marina - boarded

Cheney - boarded

George P(?) - boarded

Earter - boarded, nobody on board

At 8.50, stopped to get ice from floes. Passed extensive ice floes.

Inspected canneries and boarded vessels. Vessel detained on account of fog.

Am.schr Bertha - Boarded Am.schr Bertha, Juneau,Partridge,fishing

Am sloop Marina - Boarded Am.sloop Marina, Juneau, Johansen, from Hoonah, trading

Am.st.tug C.C.Cheney - Boarded Am st.tug C.C.Cheney,Seattle,Almes,fishing

Am.st tug George T - Boarded Am.st.tug George T, Seattle, Martin, fishing and cannert tender

Am sloop Easter - Boarded Am sloop Easter, nobody on board, less than 5 tons

Stopped to get ice from floes

Passed extensive ice floes

Babcock, fireman - off sick list and on duty

Johnston, seaman - returned from fireroom to deck

Native woman received medical

Am. Schn. "Bertha" - Boarded at Dundas Bay: Am. Sch. Bertha, Juneau, Partridge, fishing

Am. sloop "Marina" - Boarded at Dundas Bay: Am. sloop "Marina", Juneau, Johansen, from Hoonah, trading

Am. st. tug "C. C. Cheney" - Boarded at Dundas Bay: Am. st. tug "C. C. Cheney", Seattle, Almes, fishing

Am. st. tug "George T." - Boarded at Dundas Bay: Am. st. tug "George T.", Seattle, Martin, fishing and cannery tender

Am. sloop, "Easter" - Boarded at Dundas Bay: Am. sloop, "Easter", nobody on board, less than 5 tons


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dundas bay alaska

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23 August 1902

dundas bay alaska

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Mid to 8 am. Calm, overcast and foggy. At 7.20, underway.

8 am to merid. Calm to light SE breeze. Overcast and foggy. Vessel detained by fog and floating ice. Cannery bearing West, Pt. Casolos bearing ESE. At 11.50, underway.

Merid to 4 pm. Light to gentle shifting breezes and overcast. Rain showers. At 1.55, Pt. Adolphus abeam.

4 pm to 6 pm. Gentle NE to SW breeze and overcast. At 4.15, Sister Ids abeam. At 4.55, Rocky Id. abeam. At 5.40, Pt. Howard abeam.

6 pm to 8 pm. Light South breeze and overcast and rainy. At 7.20, Pt. Whidby.

8 pm to mid. Light south breeze to SW airs. Overcast and rainy. At 8.30, anchored in William Henry Bay, Alaska.


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off kochu island alaska

Lat 4.0, Long 9.7


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24 August 1902

william henry bay alaska

Lat -4.6, Long 55.5

Special Agent Kutchin -

Chilkat - boarded at Pyramid Harbor

Elsie - boarded at Pyramid Harbor

Oriental - boarded at Pyramid Harbor

Light SE airs and overcast and rainy. At 5.03, underway. At 7.45, Glacier Pt.

8 am to Merid. Light SE airs to breezes and overcast and rainy. At 8.25, anchored in Pyramid Harbor, Alaska. At 10.45, underway. At 11.20, anchored off cannery near Kochu Island.

Merid to 4 pm. Light SE breeze and overcast and rainy. At 2.45, underway. At 3.06, stopped. At 3.20, ahead. At 4.00, rounded Seduction Pt.

4 pm to 6 pm. Light SE breeze to calm. Overcast and raining steadily. At 5.30, lay to off cannery. At 6.00, ahead.

6 pm to mid. Calm to light SW airs. Overcast and raining. At 6.30, anchored off cannery at head of Chilkoot Inlet.

Mid to 8am: Light SE airs and overcast and rainy. At 5:03, underway. At 5:05, over log(95.5). At 7:45, Glacier Pt.

8am to Merid: Light SE airs to breezes and overcast and rainy. At 8:25, anchored in Pyramid Harbor, Alaska in 25 feus. water. 55 fices port chain. Special Agent Kutchin visited cannery. Chinese certificates had been inspected by officer from the Rush. Boarded vessels Sungear treated three men from cannery. At 10:45, underway. At 11:20, anchored off cannery near Kochin Island in 15 fius.water, 30 ficus port chain.

Merid to 4pm: Light SE breeze and overcast and rainy. At 2:45, underway. At 3:06, stopped and lowered boat to examine fish trap. At 3:20, boat returned, ahead, over log(29.1). At 4:00, rounded Seduction Point.

4pm to 6pm: Light SE breeze to calm. Overcast and raining steadily. At 5:03, in log(44.0). At 5:30, lay to off cannery. At 6:00, ahead.

6pm to Mid: Calm to light SW airs. Overcast and raining. At 6:30, anchored off cannery at head of Chilkat Inlet in 15 fiues. water, 30 fius port chain.

Boarded at Pyramid HArbor: Am.Str. Chilkat. Elsie. Am.Ship Oriental


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chilkoot inlet alaska

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25 August 1902

chilkoot alaska

Lat 22.2, Long 113.9

Superintendent Dorber - boarded to confer with Special Agent Kutchin

George P(?) - boarded at Chilkoot Inlet

Favorite - boarded at Chilkoot Inlet

Jubiter - boarded at Fritz Cove

Mid to 8am: Calm and overcast and rainy. Supertendant Forbes of cannery came on board to confer with Special Agent Kutchin. Morning duties performed.

8am to Merid: Calm to light breezes and clearing. Crew employed coaling and watering ship. Received on board 7 tons steaming coal from P.P.&N. Co. in return for towing the company's bails J.S. Peters, July 10, 1902. Received 2100 galls. fresh water. Boarded vessels. Special Agent Kutchin inspected cannery at this place.

Merid to 4pm: Cloudy to overcast with light drizzle at times. Light to gentle SE breezes. At 12:30, underway. At 1:10, over log(44.0). At 2:37, Seduction Pt(52.8). At 3:22, Eldred Rock(65.0) Exercised guns crew at drill. Crew variously employed. Steaming on various courses down Lynn Canal.

4pm to 6pm: Moderate SE breeze. Overcast with rain squalls. Steaming down Lynn Canal. At 4:10, Sherman Rk abeam, Co.SE 3/4 E,(72.6). At 5:00, Co. SE 1/4 E, Pt St. Mary abeam. At 5:20, Pt. Bridget abeam(84.0). At 5:50, Vanderbilt Rk. buoy abeam(88.8).

6pm to 8pm: Moderate SE breeze. Overcast and rainy. At 6:13, Sentinel L. Ho. abeam,(92.5). At 6:40, Brid Id. At 7:00, Asou Id.

8pm to Mid: Moderate SE to gentle NE breezes. Overcast and rainy. At 8:00, in log. At 8:20, anchored in Fritz Cove

Superintendent Forbes, Special Agent Kutchin - Superintendent Forbes of cannery came on board to confer with Special Agent Kutchin.

coal: 7 tons - steaming coal from P.P.+N. Co. in return for towing the company's bark J. D. Reters, July 10, 1902

J. D. Reters - Received on board 7 tons steaming coal from P.P.+N. Co. in return for towing the company's bark J. D. Reters, July 10, 1902.

Special Agent Kutchin - Special Agent Kutchin inspected cannery at this place.

Received 2100 galls. fresh water. Boarded vessels.

Exercised gun's crew at drill.

Am. str. George T. - Boarded at Chilkoot Inlet:- Am. str. George T., Seattle, Martin, Seattle to Chilkoot Inlet, cannery tender.

Am. str., Favorite - Am. str., Favorite, Seattle, Nylund, Petersburd to Chilkoot Inlet, cannery tender.

Am. str. Jubiter - Boarded at Fritz Cove:- Am. str. Jubiter, Tacoma, Rapp, Juneau to Tea Harbor, cannery tender.


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4


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26 August 1902

fritz cove alaska

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

Target practice

Henry Finch - boarded

Yukon - boarded

Prospector - boarded

Lone ~~~man - boarded

McKinley - boarded

Fa~allon - boarded, nobody on board

Flossie - boarded, nobody on board

Took off 75 fathom shackle and transfered it to 15 fm. shot, on account of old shackle not fitting the wildcat. Issued three rations to native who exhibited recommendations showing that he had rendered services to white men in early times. Boarded vessels. Held small arm target practice ashore. Exercised small arm division on shore. Expended 95 rounds of 6 m.m. rifle ammunition and 164 rounds of .38 calibre revolver ammunition.

Am. st. tug Henry Finch - Boarded at Juneau:- Am. st. tug Henry Finch, Seattle, Finch, towing duty.

Am. st. tug Yukon - Am. st. tug Yukon, Juneau, Cummings, towing duty.

Am. st. tug Prospector - Am. st. tug Prospector, Juneau, Orr, towing duty.

Am. st. tug Lone Fisherman - Am. st. tug Lone Fisherman, Juneau, Bohm, laid up.

Am. st. tug McKinley - Am. st. tug McKinley, Tacoma, Lansdale, towing duty.

Am. str. Favallon - Am. str. Favallon, Port Townsend, Nord, nobody on board.

Am. str. Flossie - Am. str. Flossie, -, Juneau to Douglas City, nobody on board.

Issued three rations to native who exhibited recommendations showing that he had rendered services to white men in early times.

Held small arms target practice ashore. Exec and small arm divisions on shore. Expended 95 rounds of 6 m.m rifle ammunition and 114 rounds of 38 calibre revolver ammunition.

Am.st.tug Henry Finch - Boarded Am.st.tug Henry Finch, Seattle, Finch, towing duty

Am.st.tug Yutson - Boarded Am.st.tug Yutson, Juneau, Cummings, towing duty

Am.st.tug Prospector - Boarded Am.st.tug Prospector,Juneau,Orr,towing duty

Am.st.tug Lone Fisherman - Boarded Am.st.tug Lone Fisherman,Juneau,Bohm,laid up

Am.st.tug McKinley - Boarded Am.st.tug McKinley, Tacoma, Lansdale, towing duty

Am str Farallon - Boarded Am str.Farallon, Port Townsend,Nord, nobody on board

Am str. Flossie - Boarded Am str. Flossie, Port Townsend, Juneau to Douglas City, nobody on board


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4


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27 August 1902

stephens passage

Lat 52.1, Long 16.7

N. Johnston - returned on board

Annie - boarded

tug ~ote~~ - boarded, nobody on board

Steamer Spokane - left wharf

Am.sch Annie - Boarded Am Sch. Annie,Port Townsend,Johnson, Talen Inlet to Juneau, fishing

Gasoline Tug Totem - Boarded Gasoline Tug Totem,Seattle, nobody on board


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toulea alaska

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28 August 1902

petersburg cannery

Lat 22.2, Long -3.0

Am.st tug Bonita - Boarded Am.st.Tug Bonita, Seattle, Hobson,cannery tender

Am.st Tug Minion - Boarded Am.st.tug Minion, Seattle, Nobody on board

Am.st.tug Hattie Gage - Boarded Am.st.tug Hattie Gage, Wrangel, Fulton, cannery tender

Am.st.tug Ella Rohlffs - Boarded Am.st.Tug Ella Rohlffs, Wrangel, Faner,cannery tender

Am st.tug Reguhild - Boarded Am.st.tug Reguhild, Wrangel, Hofstadt, laid up

Am.st.tug Baranoff - Boarded Am.st.tug Baranoff, Wrangel, laid up

Am.st.tug Vesper - Boarded Am.st.tug Vesper, Wrangell, Lee, fishing

Am.st.tug Antelope - Boarded Am.st.tug Antelope, Wrangel, laid up

Am.st.tug Alaska - Boarded Am.st.tug Alaska,Wrangel,Miller, towing duty

Am.st.tug Bear - Boarded Am.st.tug Bear, Douglas, Butler, lighthouse tender

Am.st tug Catherine H - Boarded Am.st.tug Catherine H, Whateau, Sumner, cannery tender

Am ship, L.J.Morse - Boarded Am ship L.J.Morse, San Francisco, Marshal, San Francisco to Petersburg, supplies


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soreen ids close abeam

Lat 22.6, Long -130.7

Steamer Perry -

coal: 90780 -


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29 August 1902

955 am reef point alaska abeam in stikine strait

Lat 56.1, Long -132.6

Steamer Dirig~ - passed steamer Dirig~


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lowig alaska

Lat 35.7, Long 73.9

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30 August 1902

anchored lloring naha bay alaska

Lat 35.7, Long -0.6

Lieut. Molloy - Special Agent Kutchin with Lieut. Molloy went ashore to visit canneries and board vessels

Special Agent Kutchin - Special Agent Kutchin with Lieut. Molloy went ashore to visit canneries and board vessels

Sent out boat and picked up native child who had fallen into bay.

Special Agent Kutchin - Special Agent Kutchin and party returned from fish hatchery

Am. ship "Balclutha" - Am. ship, Balclutha, San Francisco, Bremor, San Francisco to Loring

Am. st. tug "Kayak" - Am. st. tug Kayak, San Francisco, Hamilton, Tolstoi Bay to Loring, fish

Am. st. tug "Novelty" - Am. st. tug Novelty, San Francisco, Millen, Buller's bay to Loring, fish

Am. st. tug "Arctic" - Am. st. tug Arctic, San Francisco, Stack, Morris Sound to Loring, fish

Am. st. tug "Alert" - Am. st. tug Alert, ketchikan, Moore, Neets Bay to Loring, fish


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ketchikan alaska

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7


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31 August 1902

tatoosh id

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7

Am. sch. "Ora S." - Boarded at Ketchikan: Am. sch. Ora S., Ketchikan, Reynolds, nobodu on board

Am. sloop "Anna" - Boarded at Ketchikan: Am. sloop Anna, Ketchikan, nobody on board, under 5 tons

Am. gasoline launch "Rowapaco" - Boarded at Ketchikan: Am. gasoline launch Rowapaco, Inadra, Larsen, cannery tender, n.o.b.

Am. str. "Messenger" - Boarded at Ketchikan: Am. str. Messenger, Friday Hbr., Jansen, Friday Hbr. to Ketchikan, cannery tender

Steaming down Tongass Narrows. At 10:00, inspected sloop. Omitted muster because of rainy weather. Granted liberty to one watch. Boarded vessels.

At 10:00 liberty party returned.

Boarded at Ketchikan: Am. Sch. Ora S., Ketchikan, Reynolds, nobody on board. Am. sloop, Anna, Ketchikan, nobody on board, under 5 tons. Am. gasoline launch Romafraco, Quadra, Larsen, cannery tender, n.o.b. Am. Str. Messenger, Friday Hbr., Jansen, Friday Hbr. to Ketchikan, cannery tender. Inspected 43 Chinese certificates at Ketchikan.


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coal: 120 tons - received by august

Synopsis of Abstract for August: Hrs. at anchor - 468.0 Underway - 276.0 S&S - 50-21; St. Ex. - 225-39; Miles cruised - 2637.6; S&S - 513.6; St. Ex. - 2124.0; Coal on hand - 68 tons , 2030#; received - 120 tons, 2130#; Total - 189 Tons, 1920#; Exp'd - 160 tons, 300#; Bal. - 29 tons, 1620#; Officers present - 279 - Av. 9; PO & Crew present - 990 - Av. 31 29/38; Rations issued - 559; Rations count'd - 155; Vessels boarded: --; Avg.: 56

Synopsis of Abstract for August



LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1902


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new metlakahtla alaska

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1 September 1902

320 pm anchored off ketchikan alaska

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7

Ppicked up a skiff with sail and a store-pipe. Sent it ashore.

Special Agent Kutchin - Stopped of cannery at Ketchikan, sent boat ashore with Special Agent Kutchin and boarding officer.

At 5:00 picked up a skiff with sail and a stove-pipe. Sent it ashore. At 7:20, anchored off New Metlakahtla, AK

At 3:05, stopped off cannery at Ketchikan, sent boat ashore with Special Agent Hutchins and boarding officer. At 3:10 ahead again. At 3:20, anchored off Ketchikan.


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ketchikan alaska

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7


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2 September 1902

ketchikan alaska

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7

G. Williams, fireman - liberty men returned except G. Williams, fireman, and C. McGee, C. H.

C. McGee, C. H. - liberty men returned except G. Williams, fireman, and C. McGee, C. H.

Mid to 8 am. Gentle ESE to light SE breeze and overcast and misty.

8 am to 4 pm. Light SE to NE breezes. Cloudy to overcast and rainy.

4 pm to mid. Moderate ESE breeze and overcast and rainy.

Mid to 8 am. Gentle ESE to light SE breeze and overcast and misty.

8 am to 4 pm. Light SE to NE breezes. Cloudy to overcast and rainy.

4 pm to mid. Moderate ESE breeze and overcast and rainy.


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gull pt alaska ne 3 miles

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7


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3 September 1902

deception pt wrangell strait

Lat 56.5, Long -132.4

E. Justice, qm - E. Justice, qm, quarantined 30 days for overstaying liberty

H. M. Kutchin special agent - Special Agent H. M. Kutchin left vessel

steamer "Santa Anna" - passed steamer Santa Anna

Br. str. "A~~~ of Victoria" - Br. str. "A~~~ of Victoria", B. b., anchored in the Strait

E. Justice, ~~~ quarantined 30 days for overstaying liberty.


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deception pt alaska

Lat 22.2, Long 113.9


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9 April 1902

wrangell strait

Lat 22.2, Long -132.4

Found North Ledge red buoy #6 out of place and non almost in mid-channel abreast Blind Id.

Am. barge "Clopeck No. 3" - boarded Am. barge "Clopeck No. 3", Petersburg

Am. sloop "Amazone" - boarded Am. sloop, Amazone, Richardson, Olsen, fishing

Am. sch. "Baltic" - boarded Am. sch., Baltic, Foinhaven, Lindsay, fishing


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pt astley ne 12 e 4 34 miles

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5 September 1902

stephens passage

Lat 56.5, Long -132.4

Surgeon gave medical aid to native child

Sam Johnson, boy - Discharged Sam Johnson and John Johnson, boys, by authority of Department Letter of August 11, 1902, but kept them on board for passage to Sitka.

John Johnson, boy - Discharged Sam Johnson and John Johnson, boys, by authority of Department Letter of August 11, 1902, but kept them on board for passage to Sitka.

Discharged Sam Johnson and John Johnson, boys, by authority of Department Letter of August 11, 1902, but kept them on board for passage to Sitka.

Captain N. A. Failing - Under Command of


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north passage pt sw 12 45 miles

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0


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6 September 1902

peril strait

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

K. Satake, boy - Shipped on two month's probation, G.O. #13, R.C.S, K. Satake and Yoshiharu Ruruga, boys.

Yoshiharu Ruruga, boy - Shipped on two month's probation, G.O. #13, R.C.S, K. Satake and Yoshiharu Ruruga, boys.


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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7 September 1902

deadmans reach alaska

Lat 54.1, Long -3.2

str. "Bonita" - passed by str. Bonita

H-Ki - H-Ki entered

Str. "Bonita" - Steamer Bonita left port


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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8 September 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Sam Johnson, boy - Sam and Johnson having been discharged as boys on the 5th instant were this day paid in vouchers by Collector of Gustovus

John Johnson, boy - Sam and Johnson having been discharged as boys on the 5th instant were this day paid in vouchers by Collector of Gustovus


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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9 September 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

U.S.S. "Rush" - U.S.S. Rush came into port


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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10 September 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

coal: 80 tons - from the Navy Coal Pile

coal: 80 tons -


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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11 September 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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12 September 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

N. Johnston, o.s. - quarantined N. Johnston, o.s. for two weeks for drunkenness

John Ferman, coal heaver - liberty men returned except John Fennan

John Ferman, coal heaver - returned on board very drunk

U.S.S. "Rush" - exchanged with U.S.S. Rush surplus articled of clothing for ones needed

John Ferman, coal heaver - didn't return from liberty

W. Johnston - quarantined for two weeks for drunkenness

John Ferman, coal heaver - returned on board very drunk

U.S.S. Rush - exchanged surplus articles of clothing for one needed


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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13 September 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

D. Sommervill, seaman - quarantined D. Sommervill, sea., two weeks for drunkness

D. Sommerville, sea. - Quarantined two weeks for drunkenness


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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14 September 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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15 September 1902

sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

W. Blackwood, ord. sea. - libery men returned except W. Blackwood

W. Blackwood, ord. sea. - W. Blackwood, ord. sea. returned. Quarantined him for two weeks for overstaying care on shore

George Fitts, son of Surgeon Fitts - George Fitts, son of Surgeon Fitts, W.S.N., came on board for transportation to Seattle.

Surgeon Fitts, W.S.N. - George Fitts, son of Surgeon Fitts, W.S.N., came on board for transportation to Seattle.

W. Blackwood, ord. sea. - failed to return from liberty

W. Blackwood, ord. sea. - returned. Quarantined for two weeks for overstaying leave ashore.

George Fitts, son of Surgeon Fitts, USN - came on board for transportation to Seattle.

Vessel remained in port this day for the arrival of mail steamer in order to receive official mail.


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deadmans reach alaska

Lat -1.3, Long 143.6


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16 September 1902

neva strait kakul narrows

Lat 54.1, Long -3.2

U.S.S. "Rush" - exchanged signals with U.S.S. Rush

E. Justice, qm - Quarantined E. Justice, qm, for drunkness and sleeping on watch

Quarantined E. Justice (?) for drunkeness and sleeping on watch.

4pm Ancored in Deadman's Reach.

U.S.S. Rush - exchanged signals

E. Justice - Quarantined for drunkenness & sleeping on watch.

Sent out two boats to fish.


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yasha id se 12 s 1 12 miles

Lat 30.3, Long 112.2


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17 September 1902

wrangell strait

Lat 57.0, Long 143.6

W. Blackwood, ord. sea. - W. Blackwood, ord. sea., sick and off duty

W. Blackerroc sick and off duty

Crew enjoyed... port.... painting and various odd jobs

W. Blackwood, ord. sea. - sick & off duty


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n entrance wrangell strait alaska

Lat 56.5, Long -132.4


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18 September 1902

wrangell strait alaska

Lat 56.5, Long -132.4

At 9:30, quarters, cutlass and pistol drill. Drilled 6-pdr. guns crew and held R.~.G. Target practice.


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lincold rks nnw 35 miles

Lat 56.1, Long -132.7


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19 September 1902

off deception point alaska

Lat 22.2, Long 113.9

steamer "Santa Ana" - passed steamer Santa Ana

steamer "Cottage City" - stopped near steamer Cottage City, aground. Sent officer and offered assistance, which was declined.

steamer "Spokane" - steamer Spokane arrived and at 9:00 left

steamer "Humboldt" - arrived and left during evening

Steamer "Princess May" - arrived and left during evening

4pm to midnight: Steamers Humbolt and Princess May arrived and left during the evening. Granted liberty. At 10:00 liberty men returned.

Passed steamer Santa Ana

At 10:25 stopped near steamer Cottage City, aground. Sent officer & offered assistance, which was declined.


Anchored off Ketchikan

Steamer Humboldt - arrived & left during evening

Steamer Princess May - arrived & left during evening


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new metlakahtla alaska

Lat -8.7, Long 115.2


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20 September 1902

ketchikan alaska

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7

Surgeon healed 6 patients ashore.

Filled all tanks with fresh water

Surgeon healed 6 patients ashore.

Surgeons treated 6 patients ashore.


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entrance kaigalmee strait

Lat 35.7, Long -0.6


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21 September 1902

metlakatla alaska

Lat 56.0, Long -132.6

Steaming down Clarence Strait, Dixon Entrance & Cordova Bay.


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american bay alaska

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5


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22 September 1902

american bay alaska

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5


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Lat 54.53, Long -131.27


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23 September 1902

american bay alaska

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6


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barnaby mt close abeam

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5


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24 September 1902

port simpson british colombia canada

Lat 6.9, Long 79.8


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old bella bella bc

Lat 6.9, Long 79.8


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25 September 1902

swanson bay british columbia canada

Lat -33.9, Long 178.4

Steamer Cottage Leity - passed in tow of tug Pioneer

Tug Francis Cutting - Anchored nearby

- Large passenger steamer passed by

Steamer Cottage City - passed in tow of tug Pioneer

Francis Cutting, tug - anchored nearby

At 7:00, large passenger steamer passed and burned red, white, red, signal. Answered her with a Revenue Cutter Service caston signal.


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Lat 51.15, Long -127.83


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26 September 1902

bella bella british colombia canada

Lat 6.9, Long 79.8

Steamer Farallon - Passed

At 8:00 set clocks ahead one hour 9:00 the standard time 120 meridian

Farallon, steamer - passed


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off elk bay bc

Lat , Long


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27 September 1902

at 853am milly island 916 at 952 eastend of he island 15 at 1052 ripple point 109 at 1120 chatham point 150

Lat 50.6, Long -126.9


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union bay british columbia

Lat 6.9, Long 79.8


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28 September 1902

at 8am steaming down gulf of georgia at 940 cape lazo abeam at 945 rounded cape lazo stood in for union bay at 1100 made fast to coal pier at union bay b c

Lat 50.0, Long -125.2


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union bay bc

Lat , Long


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29 September 1902

union bay bc

Lat , Long

coal: 62 tons -

Thor M Molloy, 3rd Lieut -

W A Wiley, Navigator -

coal: 62 tons - having received 62 tons of steaming coal


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union bay bc

Lat , Long


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30 September 1902

union bay bc

Lat , Long

W A Wiley, 2nd Lieut -

W A Wiley, Navigator -


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Thos M Molloy, 3rd Lieut -

W A Wiley, Navigator -



LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1902


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union bay bc

Lat , Long


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1 October 1902

union bay bc

Lat rrR, Long 48.5

Thos M Molloy, 3rd Lieut -

W A Wiley, 2nd Lieut -

Thos M Molloy, 3rd Lieut -

W A Wiley, 2nd Lieut -


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pilot pt wash close abeam

Lat , Long


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2 October 1902

gulf of georgia bc

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5

Thos M Molloy, 3rd Lieut -

USS Grant - At 6:30, anchored off Port Townsend in 7 fms waters 20 fms port chain USS Grant in port

USS Grant - Returned to USS Grant the cruise log of that vessel.

Delivered to Special Deputy Collector Blackwood the payrolls of this vessel for the cruise

At 10:05, underway

Received mail

John L Gonnan - Enlisted John L Gonnan as bugler

E Justice, qm - Granted E Justice, qm, 3 days temp leave

Pilot H B Jones - Discharged Pilot H B Jones as of Department telegram of this date

W A Wiley, 2nd Lieut -

W A Wiley, Navigator -


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seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3


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3 October 1902

seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

C McGoe, fireman - At 7:00, liberty men returned, except C McGee, fireman

Capt D F Toyier - At 8:30, Capt D F Toyier of USS Grant came on board in obedience to Department order to examine and report upon articles condemned by last board of survey. Crew employed restowing articles, painting hurricane deck and dispeway and at various works

USS Grant - At 8:30, Capt D F Toyier of USS Grant came on board in obedience to Department order to examine and report upon articles condemned by last board of survey. Crew employed restowing articles, painting hurricane deck and dispeway and at various works

C McGee, fireman - C McGee, fireman, returned

Geo Fitts - At 7:00, Geo Fitts left the vessel

Mr McSnary, gunner - Granted 2 days temporary leave to Mr. McSnary, gunner

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut -

W A Wiley, Navigator -


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seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3


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4 October 1902

seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Captain W A Failing, RCS -

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut -

USS Grant - At 10:00, USS Grant left port

Rudder port of stearn launch carried away. Had a new one made at Hutton's shop

W A Wiley, 2nd Lieut -

W A Wiley, Navigator -

Mid to 8am: Calm and clear to foggy. Liberty men returned, performed morning duties.

8am to 4pm: Calm to light SW breeze and foggy to clear. At 100:00 U.S.S. Grant left port. Crew employed in forenoon, scrubbing decks and at various odd jobs. In a afternoon, suspended work and aired bedding.Rudder port of steam launch carried away. Had a new one made at Hutton's shop.

4pm to Mid: Light SW airs to calm. Clear. Granted liberty to one watch.


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[Logs for October 5th 1902 to July 11th 1903 not included]



LOG BOOK – JULY 12th 1903 TO OCTOBER 10th 1903


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Captain F Tuttle, USRCS - Commanded by Captain F Tuttle, USRCS


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LOGS FOR JULY 1903


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seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3


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12 July 1903

seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

H.M. Kutchins - Passage. Special Treasury Agent

K Krauczumas - Passage. Immigrant Inspector

W.D. Kimball - Guest of surgeon Hawley

Chas Holt, ordinary seaman - Enlisted Chas Holt as ordinary seaman

H G Hamlet, 2nd Lieut -

H M Kutchin, Special Treasury Agent - H M Kutchin, Special Treasury Agent, and K Krauezwas, Immigrant Inspector, reported on board for passage, Department letter June 26, 1903 (CFS)

K Krauezwas, Immigrant Inspector - H M Kutchin, Special Treasury Agent, and K Krauezwas, Immigrant Inspector, reported on board for passage, Department letter June 26, 1903 (CFS)

Surgeon Hawley - W D Pinball, came on board as guest of Surgeon Hawley

W D Pimball, came on - W D Pinball, came on board as guest of Surgeon Hawley

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut -

1:13, underway for Port Townsend.

W A Whittier, 3rd Lieut -

Received wig-wag message reading Ft. Flagler. leveled about and at 2:22 turned for Port Townsend.

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut -

C McKeim, gur - C McKeim, gur, unfit for duty

R N Hawley, Surgeon -

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut, Navigator -

Mid to 9am: Cloudy and calm. Morning work done. Liberty party returned. Enlisted Chas. Holt as ordinary seaman.

9am to Merid: Wind and weather as per cols. muster and inspection; preparing for sea. H.M. Kutchins, Special Treasury Agent, and K. Krauczunas, Immigration Inspector reported on board for passage, Department letter June 26, 1903(). W.D. Kimbrall came on board as guest surgeon

Merid to 4pm: Wind and weather as per cols. 1:13, underway for Port Townsend. Set number. 2:10, West Pt. 3:43, PT. N o Point.

4pm to 6pm: Wind and weather as per cols. 5:40, Bush Pt. 5:15, Narrow store Pt. Received wig-wag message reading Ft.Flagler. Circled about and at 2:22 turned for Port Townsend. 5:45, came to anchor at Port Townsend

6pm to Mid: Wind and weather as per cols. Granted liberty.


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victoria bc

Lat 55.0, Long -122.8


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13 July 1903

at 902 brotchey ledge 265

Lat 56.0, Long -4.8

At 6:10, underway

H G Hamlet, 2nd Lieut -

W A Whittier, 3rd Lieut -

W D Kimball - W D Kimball left vessel

W A Whittier, 3rd Lieut -

At 6:52, underway out of harbor

H G Hamlet, 2nd Lieut -

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut -

C McKein, gun, unfit for duty -

R N Hawley, Surgeon -

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut -


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union bc

Lat 49.3, Long -123.8

Straits if Georgia BC

AT ANCHOR 16-10 UNDERWAY 7-50 S&S STEAM 7-50 RATIONS 3133 EXPD 27 CORUTD 9 RE~~G 3106 OFFICERS 8 P.G.PLRES 36 PASSENGERS 2


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14 July 1903

435 ballinac id lt abeam

Lat 35.7, Long -5.3

8am to 4pm watch recorded that Executive Officer sent to Department a telegram regarding Com'd'g Officer's mental condition.

H. M. S. "Flora" - passed H. M. S. Flora


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union bc

Lat 6.9, Long 79.8


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15 July 1903

810pm cast off and stood down baynes sound 915 yellow id lt abeam 503 1117 ballinac lt 734 co e 38 s

Lat 35.9, Long -5.3

coal: 82 tons -

coal: 82 tons -

coal: 82 tons - comox coal

C. McKeim, qm - unfit for duty


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seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3


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16 July 1903

410 passed patos id lt and stood for rosario straits

Lat 19.6, Long -3.0

W A Whittier, 3rd Lieut -

H G Hamlet, 2nd Lieut -

F Gartered, bugler - 4PM to Mid F Gartered, bugler, deserted during the night

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut -

C McKeim, gnr - Sick Report: C McKeim, gnr, unfit for duty. Sanced foot.

R N Hanley, Surgeon -

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut, Navigator -

F. Gartered. bugler - deserted during the night

C. McKeim, qm - unfit for duty. Lanced foot.


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seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3


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17 July 1903

W Martin, boy - Rated W Martin, boy to bugler

F Keiboad, - Enlisted F Keiboad, boy

H G Hamlet, 2nd Lieut -

Capt W A Failing, RCS - Capt W A Failing, RCS, detached by Dept telegram 17 to inst and to medical board at Port Townsend; left vessel in obedience to same.

Sent four men to Roslyn Coal wharf to sack coal

W A Whittier, 2nd Lieut -

C McKeim, grn - C McKein, grn, in prossing

R N Howley, Surgeon -

W A Failing, Captain, RCS, Comd'g -

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut, Navigator -

W. Martin, boy - rated to bugler

F. Keibord, boy - enlisted

W. A. Failing, Capt., R. C. S. - Capt. W. A. Failing, R. C. S., detached by Dept. telegram 17 ~~ inst. and to medical board at Port Townsend; left vessel in obedience to same

C. McKeim, qm - improving


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seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

coal: 40320 lbs -


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18 July 1903

port townsend

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

coal: 18 tons -

H G Hamlet, 2nd Lieut -

8:35, cast off from buoy and at 8:55, made fast to Roslyn Coal wharf. Hallboard met and reported no change in condition of vessel.

Capt F Tuttle - 12:00, Capt F Tuttle reported for duty in obedience to Dept telegram 16th

12:57, underway

coal: 18 tons -

W A Whittier, 3rd Lieut -

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut -

6:15, underway, over log (3.6).

H G Hamlet, 2nd Lieut -

8PM to Mid. Moderate to stiff West breezes and foggy. Squally. 8:15 Dungenness fog roliestle

W A Whittier, 3rd Lieut -

F Tuttle, Captain, RCS, Comd'g -

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut, Navigator -

F. Tuttle, capt. - reported for duty in obedience to Dept. telegram 16th inst.

coal: 18 tons -

Dungenness fog whistle


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straits of fuca

Lat 48.67, Long -125.58


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19 July 1903

at 755am took departure from waddah island buoy

Lat 51.8, Long -176.6

At 11:00 set clocks to local apparent time

sticking coal below

Launch "Agnes" - sighted gasoline launch "Agnes" of Seattle

gasoline launch "Agnes" of Seattle - sighted at 9:20am


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 48.68, Long -126.42

coal: 199300 lbs. -


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20 July 1903

C. McKeim, qm - improving


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 50.22, Long -133.08

coal: 177200 lbs. -


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21 July 1903

C. McKeim, qm - returned to duty


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 51.00, Long -138.97

coal: 157560 lbs. -


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22 July 1903


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 52.03, Long -143.92

coal: 137360 lbs. -


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23 July 1903

Lat 52.05, Long -144.17

At 1:40 passed steamer bound to Ed. distant about 8 miles (49.6). Set number. Lat. 52-03 N. Long. 144-10 W.


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 53.18, Long -150.18

coal: 117060 lbs. -


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24 July 1903


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 53.82, Long -156.83


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25 July 1903

H. G. Hamlet, 2 Lieut. - off duty


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 53.40, Long -163.25

coal: 77560 lbs -


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26 July 1903

Passed steamer heading East. Burned two night signals but received no response.

H. G. Hamlet, 2d Lieut. - returned to duty

Mid to 4AM Overcast to partly cloudy. Stiff SSW breeze. Rough cross sea.

W A Whittier, 3rd Lieut -

4AM to 8AM Fresh to strong breeze from SSW to South. Rough head sea. Vessel rolling heavily.

F Tuttle, Captain -

8 AM to Merid. Overcast to cloudy. Fresh SSW breeze. Rough cross sea. Rolling heavily. Omitted muster on account of stormy weather.

Thos. M. Molloy, 2nd Lieut -

Merid. to 4 PM. Partly cloudy to overcast gloomy. Fresh breeze SSW. Rough cross sea.

Struck below all coal remaining on deck.

W A Whittier, 3rd Lieut -

4PM to 6PM. Overcast and gloomy with drizzle latter part. Rough beam seas. Rolling heavily. Strong SxE gale.

6PM to 8PM. Overcast and cloudy. Raining. Moderate gale SE. Rough. 6:30, in head sails and main staysail (76.5). Slow speed. Co. WxS. Vessel rolling deeply.

H G Hamlet, 2nd Lieut -

9:45, passed steamer heading East. Burned two night signals but received no response. 10:00, in log, tached ship, in Trysail, heading by the wind, SE1/2E.

8PM to Mid. Wind and weather the same.

W. A. Whittier, 3rd Lieut -

H G Hamlet - Sick Repot: 2nd Lieut H. G. Hamlet returned to duty.

R N Hanley, Surgeon -


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 54.10, Long -164.58

coal: 59060 lbs. -


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27 July 1903

800 akun head abeam 06 mile

Lat 54.0, Long 118.1

Binnacle of standard compass blown onto deck, breaking the glass and battering the metal parts.

C. Holt, o.s. - unfit for duty

Mid. to 4AM. Overcast and gloomy. Fresh SSE breezes. Rough cross sea.

Thos M Molloy, 2nd Lieut -

4AM to 8AM. Cloudy. Moderate gale SSE. Rough.

Vessel rolling deeply, breaking mess and other gear fore and aft.

H G Hamlet, 2nd Lieut -

8AM to Merid. Very fresh SSE breeze. Heavy sea. Overcast and rainy.

Vessel rolling heavily.

W. A. Whittier, 3rd Lieut -

Merid. and 4PM Wind and weather as per cols.

4:00, fog lifted

Binnacle of standard compass blown onto deck, breaking the glass and battering the metal parts.

Thos. M. Molloy, 2nd Lieut -

4PM to 6PM. Overcast and foggy. Fresh breeze SSE. Rough sea.

W. A. Whittier, 3rd Lieut -

6PM to 8PM. Fresh breeze SE. Woolies. Foggy. Smooth.

H. G. Hamlet, 2nd Lieut -

C. Holt, os. - Sick Report: C. Holt, os., unfit for duty.

R N Hawley, Surgeon -


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dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 157320 lbs -

coal: 206510 lbs -


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28 July 1903

105 am rocky point unalaska bay alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 70 520/2240 tons -

Br. sch. "Victoria" - Boarded at Dutch Harbor: Br. sch. Victoria, Victiroa, B. C., Macanlay, light, to sealing grounds

Br. sch. "Libbie" - Boarded at Dutch Harbor: Br. sch. Libbie, Victoria, B. C., W. Heater, light, to sealing grounds

Br. sch. "Penelope" - Boarded at Dutch Harbor: Br. sch. Penelope, Victoria, B. C., G. Heater, light, to sealing grounds

Br. sch. "Casco" - Boarded at Dutch Harbor: Br. sch. Casco, Victoria, B. C., Munro, light, to sealing grounds

Br. sch. "Director" - Boarded at Dutch Harbor: Br. sch. Director, Victoria, B. C., McDougall, light, to sealing grounds

Br. sch. "C. B. Rand" - Boarded at Dutch Harbor: Br. sch. C. B. Rand, Victoria, B. C., Searl, light, to sealing grounds

Br. sch. "Enterprise" - Boarded at Dutch Harbor: Br. sch. Enterprise, Victoria, B. C., Delonchery, light, to sealing grounds

Am. sch. "Hunter" - Boarded at Dutch Harbor: Am. sch. Hunter, Unalaska, light, laid up, nobody on board

Br. sch. "Ida & Etta" - Boarded at Dutch Harbor: Br. sch. Ida & Etta, Victoria, B. C., Nelson, light, to sealing sealing.

Passengers boarding the ship.


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bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3

coal: 184710 lbs. -


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29 July 1903

black hill

Lat 57.1, Long -171.7

Lost lead and depth recorder while sounding.

C. Holt, o.s. - Sick report: C. Holt, o.s., unfit for duty


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off lake mendilaof alaska

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

coal: 171710 lbs. -

coal: 171710 lbs. -

-


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300 July 1903

mouth of ugashik river

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

C. Holt, o. s. - Sick report: unfit for duty


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bristol bay alaska

Lat 47.7, Long 117.2

coal: 166010 lbs. -

coal: -


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31 July 1903

cape menchikof

Lat , Long

C. Holt - Unfit for duty; improving

Tug "Ugashik" - boat returned in tow of tug "Ugashik". Tug waiting for high water to pilot vessel in.

C. Holt, o. s. - Sick report: unfit for duty; improving



LOGS FOR AUGUST 1903


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magaslik river alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

coal: 3800 lbs. -

-


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1 August 1903

Steamer President - Mail delivery from Nushagak and Igagik


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Lat , Long


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ugashik river

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

Nicolas Thayor - Passenger

Lucile -


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bristol bay alaska

Lat 58.30, Long -157.85

-


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2 August 1903

etolin pt

Lat 55.0, Long 114.2

Star of Italy -

W.A. Whittier -

W.A. Whittier -

tug "Ugashik" - underway with tug Ugashik leading as pilot out the channel

Geo. Wester - received on board Capt. Geo. Wester of ship Star of Italy as pilot to Nakuck and Nushagak

st. "Nakuck" - came alongside and took on board the inspector with the gunner to assist to inspect the cannener

Delivered to steamer Nakuck, 2 sacks paper mail and 3 packages first-class mail for Nakuck, 3 sacks paper mail and 3 packages first class mail for Koggiung, and 2 packages first class mail for general delivery.


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bristol bay alaska

Lat -18.1, Long 178.4

Officers 8. P.O. & Crew 36. Passengers 3. Rations 2593. Served 27. Rem. 2566. C~ 148870. Exp. 4600. ~. 144710. ~24:00

Boarded -- Am. 11


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3 August 1903

st. "Geo. F. Haller" - passed in

Lieut. Molloy - left vessel on tug Nakuck to board vessels

tug "Nakuck" - returned with Lieut. Molloy

Am. sch. "Prosper" - Boaded: Am. sch. Prosper, San Francisco to Bristol Bay, Jorgensen, cannery supplier

Am. ship "Alex Gibson" - Boaded: Am. ship Alex Gibson, San Francisco to Bristol Bay, Wayland, cannery supplier

Am. ship "M. P. Grace" - Boaded: Am. ship M. P. Grace, San Francisco to Bristol Bay, Jobson, cannery supplier

Am. ship "Tacoma" - Boaded: Am. ship Tacoma, San Francisco to Bristol Bay, Pedersen, cannery supplier

Am. ship "Bohemia" - Boaded: Am. ship Bohemia, San Francisco to Bristol Bay, Whalman, cannery supplier

Am. ship "Columbia" - Boaded: Am. ship Columbia, San Francisco to Bristol Bay, Leibig, coal

Am. bk. "Reaper" - Boaded: Am. bk. Reaper, San Francisco to Bristol Bay, Borgman, cannery supplier

Am. ship "Santa Clara" - Boaded: Am. ship Santa Clara, San Francisco to Bristol Bay, Larson, cannery supplier

Am. bk. "B. B. Cheney" - Boaded: Am. bk. B. B. Cheney, San Francisco to Bristol Bay, Miller, cannery supplier

Am. ship "Oriental" - Boaded: Am. ship Oriental, San Francisco to Bristol Bay, Wilson, cannery supplier

Am. ship "Eclipse" - Boaded: Am. ship Eclipse, San Francisco to Bristol Bay, Larsen, cannery supplier


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cape suvarof ne 5 miles

Lat -18.1, Long 178.4


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4 August 1903

Mid. to 4am. Calm to light North airs. Cloudy and gloomy. Thos. M. Malloy, 2d Lieut.

4am to 8am. Calm and cloudy. Morning work done. H.G. Hamlet 2d Lieut.

8am to Merid. Cloudy, drizzling and gloomy latter part. Light South breeze. Ship swung to ebb at 9:30. Crew variously employed. W.A. Whittier, 3rd Lieut.

Merid. to 4PM. Wind and weather as per cols. At 2:00, tug N~ came alongside with inspecting party from cannery. Crew variously employed. Thos. M. Malloy, 2d Lieut

4PM to 6PM. Cloudy, squally, and gloomy. Gentle breeze SE to ESE. 4:35, steamer President passed in. Slack water 5:37, 9gms. water. At 5:48, swung to flood. W.A. Whittier, 3rd Lieut.

steamer President - passed in

6PM to 8PM. Cloudy and squally. Gentle to moderat SE breeze. H.G. Hamlet 2d Lieut.

8PM to Mid. Wind and weather as per cols. 11:05, underway. 11:20, over log (67.7), Co. SSW. Under one bell. At 12:00, Co. SW. Sounding along. Thos. M. Malloy, 2d Lieut.

Tug Nalsiels - Came alongside with inspecting party from cannery


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bristol bay alaska

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0


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5 August 1903

Thistle - steamer - sighted

4 am to 8 am. Cloudy and hazy. Gentle to modrate breeze SE. Steaming on various courses and speeds into Nuskagak River. 4.40, made Cape Etolin N 1/2 E (7.2). 6.20 Nichols Hills abeam, distant 6 miles. 6.50, dropped anchor. Nichols Hill SW x S 1/2 S, Igushik Pt WNW, Ekuk Pt N 1/2 W.

8 am to merid. Wind and weather as per cols.

Merid to 4 pm. Cloudy and gloomy. Gentle East to moderate ESE breezes.

4 pm to 8 pm. Cloudy. Moderate ESE breeze.

President - steamer - passed close by and anchored.

Sea Witch - San Francisco to Nushagale, McSauglin, cannery supplies

Star of Italy - San Francisco to Nushagale, Wester, coal

Enterpre - from San Francisco to Nushagale, Swanson, cannery supplies

Harry Morse - from Astoria to Nushagale, Reynolds, cannery supplies

Indiana - from San Francisco to Nushagale, Bolton, cannery supplies

Hilda - from San Francisco to Nushagale, Peterson, cannery tender


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off nushagak river alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9


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6 August 1903

Lat , Long

America - Seattle to Nushagak, Swain, cannery supplies

Rattler - San Francisco to Nushagak, Eynes, cannery tender

Berlin - San Francisco to Nushagak, Peterson, cannery supplies

Mary D Hume - San Francisco to Nushagak, Mackenzie, cannery tender

Nuten - Astoria to Nushagak, Pedersen, cannery tender

CAptain F. Duttle -


coal: -

-


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nushagak alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Steamer Perry -


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7 August 1903

Electra - San Francisco to Nushagak, Petersen, cannery supplies

Big Bonanza - San Francisco to Nushagak, Deucland, cannery supplies

North King - Astoria to Nushagak, Elsa, cannery tender

CF Sargent - Astoria to Nushagak, Gauuuous, cannery supplies

Tyone - San Francisco to Nushagak, Nicholson, cannery tender

President - San Francisco to Nushagak, Anderson, cannery supplies

Siutraw - San Francisco to Nushagak, Johnson, cannery supplies

Isaac Reed - San Francisco to Nushagak, Lorenz, cannery supplies

special agent Kutcheis and hasty officer - left ship

10:00 swing to flood tide 2:05 swing to ebb tide. The part mentioned above returns at 2:00

9:09 flood tide

List of people boarding vessel?


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nushagals alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Steamer Perry -


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8 August 1903

Captain F. Dutte -


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nushagak alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Steamer Perry -


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9 August 1903

Captain F. Dutte R.C.S. -


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bering sea

Lat 56.23, Long -162.07

Steamer Perry -


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10 August 1903

Captain F. Dutte R.C.S. -

lunar corona and rainbow


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berring sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3

Steamer Perry -


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11 August 1903

nac co wharf dutch harbor

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Captain F. Duttle, R.C.S. -


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dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Steamer Perry -


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12 August 1903

Captain F. Duttle, R.C.S. -

Mid to 9 am. Clear and calm.

HBMS Shearwater - left port, 10.00 am.

4 pm to mid. Cloudy. Light breeze SE, increasing to fresh.


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dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Steamer Perry -


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13 August 1903

Captain F. Duttle, R.C.S. -

H. S. S. Manning - Commanding Officer called on

H. S. S. Manning - Commanding Officer called on


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dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Steamer Perry -


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14 August 1903

Captain F. Duttle, R.C.S. -

Mid to 9 am. Clear. Calm to light SE airs.

9 am to 4 pm. Wind and weather as per cols.

4 pm to mid. Partly cloudy. Light SEly airs ending in moderate breeze.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.35, Long -164.37


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15 August 1903

Captain F. Duttle -


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north end of fox id wsw 7 miles

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Steamer Perry -


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16 August 1903

Captain F. Duttle -

Mid to 4 am. Overcast, misty and foggy. Light SSW breeze to South airs.

4 am to 8 am. Cloudy. Thick fog. Light breezes south to East. 6.55 made Fox Id NE 3/4 E. 7.02 underway. 7.34 West Cape abeam. 7.54 Fox Id abeam 1 mile.

8 am to merid. Cloudy, foggy and drizzling. Fresh SSE to South breezes. 10.22 anchored off Deer Id. North end Fox Id WSW, south tangent SW 1/2 S.

Merid to 4 pm. Fresh breezes South. Rain and fog.

4 pm to 6 pm. Wind, weather and sea the same.

6 pm to 8 pm. Thick and raining. Moderate to fresh breeze South. Fresh squalls.

8 pm to Mid. Light South airs and drizzling.


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at sea pacific ocean

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

Steamer Perry -


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17 August 1903

high id

Lat 15.5, Long -52.7

Captain F. Duttle -

Lt. H. G. Hamlet - went ashore and at 8:00, returned

Dr. R. N. Hawley - went ashore and at 8:00, returned

Pavlof Volcano in sight and smoking

A. Wallen, sea. - Sick report: unfit for duty. Prescribed for 6 natives at Belkofski


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Steamer Perry -


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18 August 1903

Captain F. Duttle -


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat -23.1, Long -3.0

Steamer perry -


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19 August 1903

Captain F. Duttle -


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myals bay alaska

Lat 30.3, Long -154.9

Steamer Perry -


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20 August 1903

Captain F. Duttle -

Set clocks to 150th meridian standard time


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nothing

Lat , Long

none -


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none -


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gulf of alaska

Lat 58.42, Long -147.87

Steamer perry -


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21 August 1903

Captain F. Duttle -

brief glimpse of aurora borealis at 1:20

H.I. Hauckt - 2d Luitenant

W. A. W. Littier - 3rd luitenant

Dhr. M. Molloy - 2d Luitenant, Navigator


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gulf of alaska

Lat 57.50, Long -140.42

Steamer Perry -


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22 August 1903

Captain F. Duttle -


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mt edgecombe se 13 miles

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Steamer Perry -


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23 August 1903

kulichkof rk

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Captain F. Duttle -

Santa Aug - Passed steamer "Santa Aug" of San Francisco, bound out.

John ~ White - John ~ White, destitute seaman, left vessel. Issued one ration per day to White during his stay on board.

A. Wallen - Sick reprt:- A Wallen, sea., returned to duty.


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

steamer perry -


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24 August 1903

Captain F. Duttle -


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

steamer perry -

coal: 181888 -


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25 August 1903

kulichkof rocks

Lat 44.1, Long -1.5

Captain F. Duttle -

Edward De Groff - Recieved from Edward De Groff, 101 1/4 ££ fresh meat for rations.

coal: 81 ~~ -


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

steamer perry -

R.A.G. drill and target practice


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26 August 1903

rocky id

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Captain F. Duttle -

Aurora borealis.

Working through drift ice.

Passed much drift ice.

stopped for R.A.G. target practice, expending 2 rounds cannon shell and 20 rounds 45-70 sub-calibre ammunition.

Am. Str. C.C. Cherry -


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funter bay lynn canal alaska

Lat 47.7, Long -52.7

steamer perry -


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27 August 1903

bear id

Lat 22.6, Long 59.5

Captain F. Duttle -

Am. st. tug "Elsie" - Boarded at Pyramid Harbor: Am. st. tug Elsie, Frisco, Hyvarinen, Frisco to Pyramid Hbr., cannery tender

Am. st. tug "Chilkat" - Boarded at Pyramid Harbor: Am. st. tug Chilkat, Frisco, land up, out of commission, cannery tender

Am. ship "Star of France" - Boarded at Pyramid Harbor: Am. ship, Star of France, Port Gamble, Rose, Frisco to Pyramid Hbr., supplies.


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skagway alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

steamer perry -


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28 August 1903

skagway

Lat -10.0, Long 16.7

Captain F. Duttle -

steamer "Taku Jack" - stopped to receive mail from steamer Taku Jack

steamer "Vira Real" - stopped to speak steamer Vira Real

Capt. Andrus - Capt. Andrus, U.S.A., made courtesy call which was returned

Am. Bk. "J. D. Peters" - Boarded and examined at Chilkoot, Alaska: Am. Bk. J. D. Peters, Seattle, Dusco, Seattle, Chilkoot, cannery supplies

Am. gas launch "Taku Jack" - Boarded and examined at Chilkoot, Alaska: Am. gas launch Taku Jack, Seattle, N. O. B.

Am. str. "Petrol" - Boarded and examined at Chilkoot, Alaska: Am. str. Petrol, Blaine, Levy, Towing


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skagway alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Steamer Perry -


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29 August 1903

Captain F Duttle -

steamer "Al-Ki" - steamer Al-Ki arrived in port

Officers made up trip to Bennet as guests of W.P.&Y.R.R. and returned in afternoon


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skagway alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Steamer Perry -


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30 August 1903

Captain F. Tuttle -

Steamer Al-Ki - left port


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skagway alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Steamer perry -


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31 August 1903

indian rock

Lat -10.0, Long 39.7

Captain F. Tuttle -

Br. str. "Princess May" - British steamer Princess May arrived

Steamer "Dolphin" - Steamer Dolphin arrived in port, made fast to wharf and left shortly afterwards

coal: 160 tons (778 lbs) - summary of abstract (august 1903)



LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1903


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haines mission alaska

Lat , Long

steamer perry -


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1 September 1903

lynn canal

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

Captain F. Tuttle -

Steamer "Rustler of Juneau" - sent officer to offer assistance to steamer Rustler of Juneau, ashore inside buoy no.2

stopped off Sentinel Id. and sent boat to inquire if light keeper needed anything

Rustler - Sent officer to offer assistance to steamer Rustler of Juneau


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taku inlet alaska

Lat 38.5, Long -28.6

Steamer perry -


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2 September 1903

greeley pt

Lat -8.7, Long -4.5

Captain F. Duttle -

Insp. Kranczunas - sent dinghy ashore with Insp. Kranczunas

Insp. Kutchin - sent dinghy ashore with Insp. Kranczunas and Insp. Kutchin.

Encountered considerable drift ice.

McRinley - Boarded at Taku Hbr.:- Am. st. tug McRinley, Tacoma, Campbell, cannery tender

Dashing Wave - Boarded at Taku Hbr.:- " barge Dashing Wave, Takoma, Spinney, canned and salt fish.

Cornelia Cook - Boarded at Taku Hbr.:- " st. tug Cornelia Cook, Seattle, Crockett, cannery tender.


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

steamer perry -


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3 September 1903

treadwell wharf douglas

Lat 54.1, Long -4.5

Captain F. Duttle -

T. Hornichi - Liberty party returned except T. Hornichi, boy. Learning that it was his intention to desert, sent the gunner to obtain information. 9:15, gunner returned. Horinchi was last seen crossing to Douglas City.

T. Hornichi - E.F. Relley delivered T. Hornichi, boy, on board, having captured him in hiding at Douglas City.

E.F. Relley - E.F. Relley delivered T. Hornichi, boy, on board, having captured him in hiding at Douglas City.

Thos. Williamson, O.S. - Liberty men returned except Thos. Williamson, O.S.


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Steamer perry -


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4 September 1903

rounded marmion id

Lat 47.7, Long -52.7

Captain F. Duttle -

Thos. Williamson, O.S. - Thos. Williamson, O.S., returned drunk, disorderly, and insolent and assaulted Ord. Sea. C. Haas., who brought him off in dinghy, cutting his head with tin pan. Placed Williamson in double irons in the "brig" on bread and water for five days by order of Com'd'g Officer.

Ord. Sea. C. Haas - Thos. Williamson, O.S., returned drunk, disorderly, and insolent and assaulted Ord. Sea. C. Haas., who brought him off in dinghy, cutting his head with tin pan. Placed Williamson in double irons in the "brig" on bread and water for five days by order of Com'd'g Officer. Surgeon attended Haas.

City of Topeka - Steamer City of Topeka arrived in port.


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pt hayes ene 13 miles

Lat 47.7, Long -52.7


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5 September 1903

pt hayes

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Star No. 24 - Boarded:- Am. barge Star No. 24, Port Townsend, Humphreys, Canning tender.

A. ~d D. No. 3 - Boarded:- Am. Periv A. ~d D. No. 3, Port Townsend, Privart, Canning tender

P.P. & N. Co. No. 4 - Boarded:- Am. Periv P.P. & N. Co. No. 4, Petersburg, laid up.

hacklabill - Am. gad. sch. haslabill, Seattle, Yack ~~, Jumea, trading.

P.P. & N. Co. No. 8 - Boarded:- Am. Periv P.P. & N. Co. No. 8, Petersburg, laid up.

P.P. & N. Co. No. 5 - Boarded:- Am. Periv P.P. & N. Co. No. 5, Petersburg, laid up.

Lizzie S. Swensson - Am. Periv Lizzie S. Swensson, Sitka, N.O.B.

Lauise - Am. Str. Lauise, Portland, N.O.B.


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killisnoo alaska

Lat , Long


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6 September 1903

south arm of pillar bay

Lat 12.5, Long -70.0


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pillar bay alaska

Lat 12.5, Long -70.0


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7 September 1903

hamilton id

Lat 30.6, Long 114.6

W.A. Whittier, 3rd LT - Logkeeper

W. A. Whittier, 3rd LT -

Molloy 2nd LT - Logkeeper


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skalkan strait alaska

Lat 22.6, Long 59.5


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8 September 1903

anchored in labouchere bay

Lat 56.5, Long -132.4

Ord. Sea. Williamson - Released Ord. Sea. Williamson from irons and confinement and turned him to work by order of Com'd'g Officer.

Loui Loy - Received on board for passage to Ketchikan, Loui Loy, Chinaman, apprehended by Inspector Kranczunas for violation of immigration laws. Issued him one ration.

Inspector Kranczunas - Received on board for passage to Ketchikan, Loui Loy, Chinaman, apprehended by Inspector Kranczunas for violation of immigration laws.

City of Seattle - steamer City of Seattle came into port and laft shortly after.

Helen Payne - Boarded at Wrangel:- Am.gasoline sch. Helen Payne, Portland, laid up.

Garnet - Boarded at Wrangel:- Am. barge, Garnet, Wrangel, Olsen, lumber for Sitkok Bay

Gussie L. - Boarded at Wrangel:- Am. sch. Gussie L., Fairhaven, Leonard, household goods for Wrangel.

Raguhild - Boarded at Wrangel:- Am str. Raguhild, Seattle, laid up.

Hope - Boarded at Wrangel:- Am. tug Hope, Ketchikan, laid up.

Clotin - Boarded at Wrangel:- Am. launch Clotin, Wrangel, laid up.

Ira - Boarded at Wrangel:- Am. launch Ira, Wrangel, laid up.

Gleason - Boarded at Wrangel:- Am. launch Gleason, laid up.

Baranoff - Boarded at Wrangel:- Am. tug Baranoff, Wrangel, laid up.

Llewelyn J. H~~se - Boarded and examined at Labouchere Bay:- Am. shp. Llewelyn J. H~~se, San Francisco, Marshall, San Francisco, Labouchere Bay, Canning supplies.

Hattie Gage - Boarded and examined at Labouchere Bay:- Am. str. Hattie Gage, San Francisco, Morley, (Fishing)

Ella Rohlffe - Boarded and examined at Labouchere Bay:- Am. str. Ella Rohlffe, San Francisco, Farr~, (Fishing)


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fort wrangel alaska

Lat 56.5, Long -132.4


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9 September 1903

kasaan

Lat 56.2, Long 6.2

steamer "Georgia" - off Lincoln Rk. passed steamer Georgia bound north

steamer Dolphin - passed steamer Dolphin

steamer Princess May - passed steamer Princess May

Am. str. "Eagle" - boarded am. str. Eagle, Kassan, N. O. B.

Am. sch. "Earl" - Am. sch. Earl, Kassan, ~~.

Georgia - passed steamer Georgia bound north.

Dolphin - passed steamers Dolphin and Princess May.

Princess May - passed steamers Dolphin and Princess May.

Eagle - Boarded:- Am str. Eagle, Kassan, N.O.B.

Carl - Boarded:- Am sch. Carl, Kassan, N.O.B.


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kasaan village alaska

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3


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10 September 1903

anchored at loring

Lat 35.7, Long -0.6

Hamlet - Messrs. Hamlet, Farwell, Kutchin, and Dr. Hawley left vessel to visit the hatchery.

Kutchin - Messrs. Hamlet, Farwell, Kutchin, and Dr. Hawley left vessel to visit the hatchery.

Dr. Hawley - Messrs. Hamlet, Farwell, Kutchin, and Dr. Hawley left vessel to visit the hatchery.

Farwell - Messrs. Hamlet, Farwell, Kutchin, and Dr. Hawley left vessel to visit the hatchery.

Inspector Krauczunas - Inspector Krauczunas returned with Gow Yee, Chinese, in custody for violation of Chinese exclusion law.

Gow Yee - Inspector Krauczunas returned with Gow Yee, Chinese, in custody for violation of Chinese exclusion law. Issued one ration to Gow Yee.

Maid of Orleans - Boarded at Yes Bay:- Am. sch. Maid of Orleans, Seattle, Michalson, loading with canned salmon.

Rosie - Boarded at Yes Bay:- Am. gasoline launch, Rosie, Seattle, nobody on board.

William H. Macy - Boarded at Loring. Am. shp. William H. Macy, San Francisco, Groth, San Francisco, Loring, Canning supplies.

Annie M. Nixon - Boarded at Loring. Am. str.Annie M. Nixon, Seattle, Baillie, Yes Bay, Fishing.

Mikado - Boarded at Loring. Am. str. Mikado, Gilmore, Loring, Touring.

Arctic - Boarded at Loring. Am. str. Arctic, San Francisco, Stack, Loring, Fishing.

Bertha - Boarded at Loring. Am. slp. Bertha, Wrangell, Jackson, Loring, Light.

Annie M Nixon - Boarded ship at Loring


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loring alaska

Lat 35.7, Long -0.6


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11 September 1903

tougan narrows

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7

British Steamer Princess May - Came into port at 9:45pm then left again

Loui Loy - Loui Loy and Gow Yee deliverd to U.S. Marshal Shoup at request of Insp. Krauczunas and left vessel.

U.S. Marshal Shoup - Loui Loy and Gow Yee deliverd to U.S. Marshal Shoup at request of Insp. Krauczunas and left vessel.

Gow Yee - Loui Loy and Gow Yee deliverd to U.S. Marshal Shoup at request of Insp. Krauczunas and left vessel.

Insp. Krauczunas - Loui Loy and Gow Yee deliverd to U.S. Marshal Shoup at request of Insp. Krauczunas and left vessel.

Special Agent Kutchin - Special Agent Kutchin left the vessel.

Princess May - British steamer Princess May came into port, and at 9.45, left again.

Alice - Boarded:- Am. slp Alice, Loring, N.O.B.

Novelty - Boarded:- Am. str. Novelty, San Francisco, N.O.B.


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ketchikan alaska

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7


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12 September 1903

Dolphin - steamer Dolphin arrived and at 2:45, departed, heading to Sd.

Bertha - 2:50, steamer Bertha arrived. Hailed her and requested her to stop at Ketchikan at request of agent of S.C. Co.

Captain Tuttle - Captain Tuttle and Lieuts. Hamlet and Molloy testifying before grand jury relative to violation of fishery laws at Chilkoot Inlet.

Hamlet - Captain Tuttle and Lieuts. Hamlet and Molloy testifying before grand jury relative to violation of fishery laws at Chilkoot Inlet.

Molloy - Captain Tuttle and Lieuts. Hamlet and Molloy testifying before grand jury relative to violation of fishery laws at Chilkoot Inlet.

Received from Ketchikan Wharf Co. 3000 gals. fresh water.

Bertha - 4:10, steamer Bertha left port.

Warz - Boarded:- Am. Slp. Warz, Ketchikan, N.O.B.

Canita - Boarded:- Am.str. Canita, Ketchikan, N.O.B.

Skit - Boarded:- Am. Scow. Skit, Ketchikan, N.O.B.

Alert - Boarded:- Am. str. Alert, Ketchikan, N.O.B.

Yesper - Boarded:- Am. str. Yesper, Ketchikan, N.O.B.

Typhoon - Boarded:- Am. slp. Typhoon, Ketchikan, N.O.B.

Steamer Dolphin - 2.00 arrived, 2.45 departed.

Steamer Bertha - 2.50 arrived.

steamer Bertha - 4.10 left port.


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ketchikan alaska

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7


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13 September 1903

Liberty party returned


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ketchikan alaska

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7


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14 September 1903

rennock id

Lat 55.2, Long -131.5

Agent Kutchin - Agent Kutchin and Deputy Collector Pugli came on board.

Insp. Krauczunas - Insp. Krauczunas left vessel.

Deputy Collector Pugli - Agent Kutchin and Deputy Collector Pugli came on board.

Duigo - 1.30, steamer Duigo, bound north, arrived, and at 2.40, left again.

Humboldt - stamer Humboldt passed heading to Nd.

F. Tuttle, Captain - In Command of

H.G. Hawlet - watch Mid to 9am

W.A. Whitter, 3rd Lieut - watch 9am to 4pm

M. Mallory, 2nd Lieut. - watch 4pm to Mid.


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ray anchorage duke island alaska

Lat -17.9, Long 146.2


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15 September 1903

duke pt

Lat 55.4, Long 146.2

Officer examined 40 Chinese certificates.


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ray anchorage duke id alaska

Lat 38.5, Long -28.6


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16 September 1903

kelp rk

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7

Dep. Collector Pugh - gt. Kutchin and Dep. Collector Pugh left ship.

Agt. Kutchin - Agt. Kutchin and Dep. Collector Pugh left ship.

Cottage City - steamer Cottage City arrived in port.

"Cottage City" - "Cottage City" left south.

Farallon - steamer "Farallon" arrived in port from south.

Klatawa - Boarded and examined at Ketchikan: Am. str. Klatawa, Ketchikan, N.O.B.

Faurie L. - Boarded and examined at Ketchikan: Am.str. Faurie L., Ketchikan, N.O.B.

Ida - Boarded and examined at Ketchikan: Am. sch. Ida, Ketchikan, N.O.B.

Augusta - Boarded and examined at Ketchikan: Am. gas. slp Augusta, N.O.B.

Atalanta - Boarded and examined at Ketchikan: Am. Sch Atalanta, Seattle, Bruce, Ketchikan, Prospecting.

Boarded and examined 5 ships at Ketchikan


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ketchikan alaska

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7


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17 September 1903

pt tolstoi

Lat 22.4, Long 55.5

City od Seattle - steamer "City of Seattle" arrived in port from Sd. and left again.

Escort no. 2 - passed Br. tug "Escort No. 2" bound south with tow "Henriette".

Henriette - passed Br. tug "Escort No. 2" bound south with tow "Henriette".

Mrs. Beagle - Mrs. Beagle and Mrs. Pugh, came on board as guests of Com'd'g Officer.

Mrs. Pugh - Mrs. Boagle and Mrs. Pugh, came on board as guests of Com'd'g Officer.

Farallon - passed steamer "Farallon" bound north.


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observation idclarence strait alaska

Lat 56.0, Long -132.6


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18 September 1903

northerly id

Lat 56.2, Long 113.9

F. Nielsen, sea. - F. Nielsen, sea., disrated to ordinary seaman by Com'd'g Officer for impertinence.

Queen City - Boarded:- Am. st. tug Queen City, Seattle, Kelton, Wrangel to Lincoln Rks, towing duty.

Mid to 4 am. Overcast and rainy. Gentle Ely breeze with frequent squalls

4 am to 8 am. Wind and weaher as per cols. 4.50, underway. 6.15 Nesbit Rocks NE x N. 7.04 Round Pt N x W 1/2 N. 7.40 So. Craig Pt N 1/2 W.

8 am to merid. Wind and weather as per cols. 8.09 Woronkofaki Pt NNE 3/4 E. 8.40 anchored at Wrangel. 9.39 underway out of harbor. 10.05 Five Mile Id distant 0.6 miles. 11.03 Station Id distant 1.2 miles. 11.40 Northely Id distant 1.6 miles. 11.48 Vichnefski Rocks.

Merid to 4 pm. Overcast and rainy. Moderate WSW to light SW breeze. 12.36 the Eye Openers spindle abeam, distant 0.6 miles. 1.00 Shingle Id abeam. 1.37 Pt. Baker. 2.03 Labourchere Id. 2.26 Beanclerc Id. 2.47 Pt. Aurelius. 3.40 Pt. St. Albans.

4 pm to mid. Wind and weather as per cols. 4.28 Fairway Id. 4.57 anchored in Port McArthur.


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port mc arthur alaska

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6


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19 September 1903

kulichoff rks

Lat 57.0, Long 45.0

Shipped sea over bow and stove in forecastle bulkhead and turtle-back doors.

U.S.S. Thetis - exchanged signals with U.S.S. Thetis bound South.

Received mail.

Passengers left the vessel.

U.S.S. "Thetis" - exchanged signals with U.S.S. Thetis


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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20 September 1903

In forenoon, Commandant of U.S. Marine guard paid official call on board. Com'd'g Officer returned it in afternoon.

U.S.S. Rush - U.S.S. Rush arrived in port.

E. De Groff - Received from E. De Groff, 1 deer carcass, weight 101 1/4 lbs. for fresh rations.

U.S.S. Rush - Officer detailed to make courtesy call on U.S.S. Rush.

U.S.S. "Rush" - arrived in port


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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21 September 1903

Pioneer - Towing off scow "Pioneer" with water for tanks.

Received G.O. #78, too late to be read at muster this day.

Mid to 9 am. Calm. Partly cloudy.

9 am to 4 pm. Partly cloudy. Light Sly airs and calm.

4 pm to mid. Partly cloudy. Calms and light airs ending in light NE breeze.


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Cutlass and revolver drill.


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22 September 1903

G.O. #78 read at muster.

City of Topeka - Steamer "City of Topeka" arrived and made fast to wharf.

Captain A. Duttle - In command

Mid to 9am. Calm. Partly clear. Morning work done.

Partly cloudy to overcast and squally. Light East airs to moderate breeze. Tarred down rigging .

Steamer "City of Topeka" - Arrived and made fast to wharf


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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23 September 1903

City of Topeka - str. City of Topeka left wharf.

Santa Ana - made fast to steamer Santa Ana. Waiting for berth.

Santa Ana - steamer Santa Ana left.

violent squalls

Santa ana - steamer left 3:50


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

coal: 141120 -


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24 September 1903

commenced coaling from Government shed.

coal: 63 tons - steaming coal

coal: 63 tons -


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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25 September 1903

Boated off fresh water and filled boiler and tanks.

William Hamilton - William Hamilton, Ass't Agent of Education in Alaska came on board for a tour of schools en route to Seattle.


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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26 September 1903

pt samuel

Lat 54.1, Long -52.7

Mrs. Pugh - Mrs. Pugh and Mrs. Beagle came on board for passage to Ketchikan as guests of C.O.

Mrs. Beagle - Mrs. Pugh and Mrs. Beagle came on board for passage to Ketchikan as guests of C.O.

Hull board report: same.

Agent Hamilton - Agent Hamilton visited town.

burned Coston signal to passing steamer. No reply.


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wachusett cove alaska

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5


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27 September 1903

pt couverden

Lat 30.0, Long 112.4

Agent Hamilton - Agent Hamilton and Surgeon Hairley visited village.

Surgeon Hairley - Agent Hamilton and Surgeon Hairley visited village.

made fast to W.P. & Y.R.R. wharf.

Mrs. Beagle - Mrs. Beagle and Mrs. Pugh left vessel.

Mrs. Pugh - Mrs. Beagle and Mrs. Pugh left vessel.

Bertha - Boarded at Hooniah: Am. sch. Bertha, N.O.B.


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skagway alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9


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28 September 1903

Com'd'g Officer called on Collector of Customs and tendered the services of the vessel; no occasion for using her.

Com'd'g Officer of U.S. Military Post called officially.


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skagiway alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9


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29 September 1903

battery pt

Lat 51.5, Long 173.3

Princess May - Br. steamer Princess May arrived in port.

Mrs. Pugh - Mrs. Beagle and Mrs. Pugh came on board.

Mrs. Beagle - Mrs. Beagle and Mrs. Pugh came on board.

Com'd'g Officer returned call of Com'd'g Officer of U.S. Military Post.

R.F.G. and infantry drills.

stopped to land newspapers at Sentinel Id. Lt. Ho.

Various courses around Pt. Tantallon, avoiding drift ice and slowing down at times.


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gastineau channel alaska

Lat 52.8, Long 173.3


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30 September 1903

anchored off juneau

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Dolphin - steamer Dolphin left port.

City of Seattle - steamer City of Seattle arrived and at 6:10, left.



LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1903


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4


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1 October 1903

five fingers id lt

Lat 56.2, Long 16.7

Dolphin - steamer Dolphin arrived in port.

F. Nielsen - Rated F. Nielsen, ord. sea. to seaman.

Dolphin - Steamer Dolphin passed bound south.

Otter - passed Br. steamer Otter bound north.


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wrangel strait alaska

Lat 56.5, Long -132.4


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2 October 1903

tongass narrows

Lat 55.4, Long 59.5

display of aurora borealis

Found spar buoy #16, two hundred yards NE of true position and in kelp.

Can buoy #3, 150 yards SExE of true position.

Burning coal at the rate of 7 tons per 24 hours.

Lincoln Rock Lt. (77.4), stopped and took off mail

Mrs. Beagle - Mrs. Beagle and Mrs. Pugh left the vessel.

Mrs. Pugh - Mrs. Beagle and Mrs. Pugh left the vessel.


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ketchikan alaska

Lat 55.4, Long -131.7


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3 October 1903

tree pt lt dist 09 mile

Lat 22.2, Long 113.9

Dirigo - steamer Dirigo arrived in port from Sd.

City of Topeka - steamer City of Topeka arrived in port from Sd.

Mr. Hamilton - sent Mr. Hamilton to Saxman in dinghy to inspect schools.

Wellington - passed Br. steamer Wellington.

Hull board reported no change.

crossed boundary line.


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metlahkatla bc

Lat 71.0, Long -155.4

coal: 33600 -


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4 October 1903

west inlet

Lat 53.5, Long -129.6

Farallon - passed steamer Farallon bound north.

coal: 15 tons - Nanaimo coal from British Columbia Packers' Ass'ns


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sowe inlet bc

Lat 53.5, Long -129.6


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5 October 1903

ivory id lt

Lat 53.1, Long -128.6

W.E. Curtis - W.E. Curtis, manager of Lowe Inlet Cannery came on board as guest of Com'd'g Officer for passage to Vancouver.

Danube - Br. steamer Danube passed bound to Sd. Burned signal.


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kupt harbor bc

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7


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6 October 1903

alert bay b c

Lat 50.6, Long -126.9

steamer "Princess May" - passed


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alert bay bc

Lat 50.6, Long -126.9


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7 October 1903

plumper bay

Lat 49.7, Long -173.3

Br. st. "Barbara Boscowitz" - passed

steamer "Dolphin" - passed


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cape sazo baynei sound bi

Lat 49.7, Long -124.9


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8 October 1903

F Tuttle - Captain, RCS

other: 104 1/2 lbs - beef

other: 100 lbs - potatoes


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union bc

Lat , Long

coal: 181440 -


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9 October 1903

anchored at vancouver bc

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

coal: 81 tons - steaming coal

underway to Henry Bay to pick up boat with sand.

City of Seattle - passed steamer City of Seattle bound to Nd.

Mr. Curtis - Mr. Curtis left vessel.


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vancouver bc

Lat 49.2, Long -123.1


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10 October 1903

pt atkinson

Lat 4.8, Long -3.0

Sent officer to call on American consul.


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[Logs for October 11th 1903 to December 22nd 1904 not included]