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1. Latitude/longitude, including for days in port, show representative decimal positions for each day, as calculated by the Old Weather project's analysis program. As such, they differ by varying amounts from the positions recorded, usually at noon, in the log pages. In addition, some latitudes/longitudes have been amended in edited logs for errors in the logs, for errors in identifying locations by the analysis program, or simply for greater accuracy. In all cases, refer to the log-page scans for the positions as originally recorded. Not all log pages contain this information and the ships' positions have therefore often been estimated.

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LOG BOOK – JANUARY 1st 1919 TO JUNE 30th 1919


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F. G. Dodge - Senior Captain Mrs. F.Dodge, 940 American Ave, Long Beach, Cal.

T. G. Lewton - Capt. of Engrs. Mrs Elizabeth Y. Lewton, 527 Atlantic st Long Beach Long Beach, Cal.

W. K. Thompson - Captain Mrs. W.K. Thompson, Palace Aples, Long Beach, Cal.

S. W. Connor - Lieut (MC) UNSRF Mrs. S.W. Connor, Sunset Court Apts, San Pedro, Cal.

C. E. Anderson - Lieut (D) USNRF Mrs H.D. O'Neil, Spruce St., Seattle, Wash.

G.V.S. Harvey - Lieut (jg) USN Mrs. Guy Harvey, 638 Myers St., Portland, Oregon

A. Wilson Clark - Ensign, USNRF Mrs. A. Wilson Clark, PO Box 960, Medford, Ore.

W. B. Heubner - Ensign, USNRF Mrs. W.B. Heubner, 1453 West 52nd Street, Los Angeles, Cal.

W. B. Gale - Ensign (PC) USNRF

S. B. Johnsen - Bos'n Mrs S.B. Johnsen, 318 Winchester Drive, Long Beach Cal.

F. C. C. Greene - Gunner Mrs. F.C.C. Greene, 125 Daisy Ave, Long Beach, Cal.

K. P. Floe - Machinist Mrs. K.P. Floe, 637 Seventh St., San Pedro, Cal.

N. Brunila - Carpenter A. Brunila, Kotka, Finland


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LOGS FOR JANUARY 1919


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

36 (Watch) 9 Leave 4 hospital Floe


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1 January 1919

Mid to 9AM Light north air to Light NNE breeze. Clear to partly cloudy Smooth sea. Crew employed with morning routine W.B. Huebner.

9am to 4pm Light east airs to calm, partly cloudy to clear. Observed New Year Day as a holiday. # G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

4pm to Mid. Calm to light NE airs; clear; Inspected magazines and powder samples, temperature 66°-65°. 4:00 The following men returned to vessel having been arrested and ordered to return aboard ship: L. Christensen, seaman, and F.D. Crooks, watertender. E. Hopkins, boy 1st class returned aboard in civilian clothes, quarantined 20 days. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

F.D. Crooks, watertender - 4:00 The following men returned to vessel having been arrested and ordered to return aboard ship: L. Christensen, seaman, and F.D. Crooks, watertender

L. Christensen, seaman - 4:00 The following men returned to vessel having been arrested and ordered to return aboard ship: L. Christensen, seaman, and F.D. Crooks, watertender

E. Hopkins, boy 1st class - returned aboard in civilian clothes, quarantined 20 days

#The following ratings made this day:- F.W. Willman, coxswain, to quartermaster (a) F.D. Crooks, fireman, to oiler, 2nd class (a) E. Meyers, GM 3cl., to GM 2cl., USNRF C. Matteis, CM 3cl., to CM 2cl, USNRF H.H. Beck, SK 3cl., to SK 2 cl., USNRF H.W. Adler, QM 3cl. to QM 2 cl. USNRF T.J. Billingsley, seaman, to QM 3cl, USNRF C.J. Yoth, seaman, to coxswain USNRF V. Ekman, seaman, to coxswain USNRF Disrated this day at own request B. Griffin, oiler second class to Watertender. Rated F.R. Vertseer, HA 1st cl. to PhM 3cl., USN Rated B. Hansen, fireman, to Watertender (a) Rated F.E. Hamilton, Baker 2cl. to Baker 1st class.

F.W. Willman, coxswain - The following ratings made this day:- F.W. Willman, coxswain, to quartermaster (a) F.D. Crooks, fireman, to oiler, 2nd class (a) E. Meyers, GM 3cl., to GM 2cl., USNRF C. Matteis, CM 3cl., to CM 2cl, USNRF H.H. Beck, SK 3cl., to SK 2 cl., USNRF H.W. Adler, QM 3cl. to QM 2 cl. USNRF T.J. Billingsley, seaman, to QM 3cl, USNRF C.J. Yoth, seaman, to coxswain USNRF V. Ekman, seaman, to coxswain USNRF

F.D. Crooks, fireman - The following ratings made this day:- F.W. Willman, coxswain, to quartermaster (a) F.D. Crooks, fireman, to oiler, 2nd class (a) E. Meyers, GM 3cl., to GM 2cl., USNRF C. Matteis, CM 3cl., to CM 2cl, USNRF H.H. Beck, SK 3cl., to SK 2 cl., USNRF H.W. Adler, QM 3cl. to QM 2 cl. USNRF T.J. Billingsley, seaman, to QM 3cl, USNRF C.J. Yoth, seaman, to coxswain USNRF V. Ekman, seaman, to coxswain USNRF

E. Meyers, GM 3cl. - The following ratings made this day:- F.W. Willman, coxswain, to quartermaster (a) F.D. Crooks, fireman, to oiler, 2nd class (a) E. Meyers, GM 3cl., to GM 2cl., USNRF C. Matteis, CM 3cl., to CM 2cl, USNRF H.H. Beck, SK 3cl., to SK 2 cl., USNRF H.W. Adler, QM 3cl. to QM 2 cl. USNRF T.J. Billingsley, seaman, to QM 3cl, USNRF C.J. Yoth, seaman, to coxswain USNRF V. Ekman, seaman, to coxswain USNRF

C. Matteis, CM 3cl. - The following ratings made this day:- F.W. Willman, coxswain, to quartermaster (a) F.D. Crooks, fireman, to oiler, 2nd class (a) E. Meyers, GM 3cl., to GM 2cl., USNRF C. Matteis, CM 3cl., to CM 2cl, USNRF H.H. Beck, SK 3cl., to SK 2 cl., USNRF H.W. Adler, QM 3cl. to QM 2 cl. USNRF T.J. Billingsley, seaman, to QM 3cl, USNRF C.J. Yoth, seaman, to coxswain USNRF V. Ekman, seaman, to coxswain USNRF

H.H. Beck, SK 3cl. - The following ratings made this day:- F.W. Willman, coxswain, to quartermaster (a) F.D. Crooks, fireman, to oiler, 2nd class (a) E. Meyers, GM 3cl., to GM 2cl., USNRF C. Matteis, CM 3cl., to CM 2cl, USNRF H.H. Beck, SK 3cl., to SK 2 cl., USNRF H.W. Adler, QM 3cl. to QM 2 cl. USNRF T.J. Billingsley, seaman, to QM 3cl, USNRF C.J. Yoth, seaman, to coxswain USNRF V. Ekman, seaman, to coxswain USNRF

H.W. Adler, QM 3cl. - The following ratings made this day:- F.W. Willman, coxswain, to quartermaster (a) F.D. Crooks, fireman, to oiler, 2nd class (a) E. Meyers, GM 3cl., to GM 2cl., USNRF C. Matteis, CM 3cl., to CM 2cl, USNRF H.H. Beck, SK 3cl., to SK 2 cl., USNRF H.W. Adler, QM 3cl. to QM 2 cl. USNRF T.J. Billingsley, seaman, to QM 3cl, USNRF C.J. Yoth, seaman, to coxswain USNRF V. Ekman, seaman, to coxswain USNRF

T.J. Billingsley, seaman - The following ratings made this day:- F.W. Willman, coxswain, to quartermaster (a) F.D. Crooks, fireman, to oiler, 2nd class (a) E. Meyers, GM 3cl., to GM 2cl., USNRF C. Matteis, CM 3cl., to CM 2cl, USNRF H.H. Beck, SK 3cl., to SK 2 cl., USNRF H.W. Adler, QM 3cl. to QM 2 cl. USNRF T.J. Billingsley, seaman, to QM 3cl, USNRF C.J. Yoth, seaman, to coxswain USNRF V. Ekman, seaman, to coxswain USNRF

C.J. Yoth, seaman - The following ratings made this day:- F.W. Willman, coxswain, to quartermaster (a) F.D. Crooks, fireman, to oiler, 2nd class (a) E. Meyers, GM 3cl., to GM 2cl., USNRF C. Matteis, CM 3cl., to CM 2cl, USNRF H.H. Beck, SK 3cl., to SK 2 cl., USNRF H.W. Adler, QM 3cl. to QM 2 cl. USNRF T.J. Billingsley, seaman, to QM 3cl, USNRF C.J. Yoth, seaman, to coxswain USNRF V. Ekman, seaman, to coxswain USNRF

V. Ekman, seaman - The following ratings made this day:- F.W. Willman, coxswain, to quartermaster (a) F.D. Crooks, fireman, to oiler, 2nd class (a) E. Meyers, GM 3cl., to GM 2cl., USNRF C. Matteis, CM 3cl., to CM 2cl, USNRF H.H. Beck, SK 3cl., to SK 2 cl., USNRF H.W. Adler, QM 3cl. to QM 2 cl. USNRF T.J. Billingsley, seaman, to QM 3cl, USNRF C.J. Yoth, seaman, to coxswain USNRF V. Ekman, seaman, to coxswain USNRF

B. Griffin, oiler second class - Disrated this day at own request B. Griffin, oiler second class to Watertender

F.R. Vertseer, HA 1st cl. - Rated F.R. Vertseer, HA 1st cl. to PhM 3cl., USN

B. Hansen, fireman - Rated B. Hansen, fireman, to Watertender (a)

F.E. Hamilton, Baker 2cl. - Rated F.E. Hamilton, Baker 2cl. to Baker 1st class


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san pedro cal

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

8 Leave 4 hospt Floe


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2 January 1919

Mid to 9am. Light northernly airs; clear to foggy. Crew employed with morning routine. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Light Northerly to Westerly airs, clear, light haze Crew painting between decks. 12:00 Liberty party returned on time. * M.S.W. Leroy, seaman, reported on board on expiration of 5 days leave of absence. C.D. Meyers granted one days leave of absence by Commanding Officer. 4:00 C.H. Kirkman, seaman, transfered from this vessel to isolation camp Submarine Base, - left starboard whale boat, moored off Submarine Base under care of Submarine Base. Destroyed this day Asiatic and Pacific Radio Calls, N° 1 Registered Numbers 733 and 742, also addendum to above registered Number 757 and reported fact to Office of Naval Intelligence - Bureau of Navigation. * With exception of A. Hann, boy 1st class and D.S. Armstrong - boy 1st class, then returned at 3:00pm. given twenty - days quarantine for absence with out leave. Omitted quarters and drills on account of general painting. C.D. Meyers, SC 3cl., left on one days leave granted by CO. A. Wilson Clark Ensign.

M.S.W. Leroy, seaman - reported on board on expiration of 5 days leave of absence

C.D. Meyers - granted one days leave of absence by Commanding Officer

C.H. Kirkman, seaman - transfered from this vessel to isolation camp Submarine Base

A. Hann, boy 1st class - * With exception of A. Hann, boy 1st class and D.S. Armstrong - boy 1st class, then returned at 3:00pm. given twenty - days quarantine for absence with out leave

D.S. Armstrong - boy 1st class - * With exception of A. Hann, boy 1st class and D.S. Armstrong - boy 1st class, then returned at 3:00pm. given twenty - days quarantine for absence with out leave

C.D. Meyers, SC 3cl. - left on one days leave granted by CO

4:00PM to Mid light westerly airs to calm, clear Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 66°-64° - 4:30 Received movement orders, from Commanding Officer of Submarine Base. A. Wilson Clark Ensign


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Hosp 5 Leave 8 Floe Pass 23


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3 January 1919

san pedro break water light abeam

Lat 12.5, Long 122.3

Mid to 9:00AM:- Calm to light Northerly airs, clear. Crew employed washing down and preparing for sea. 8:30 Received on board this vessel for transportation and sussistance the below named men enroute to and from San Diego, California, Grosskurth, bandmaster, Alter, bandmaster, Adams, bandmaster, Cronnen berger, Clayton, Newmann, Wilson, Slymerich cox, Silva, Ricafrente, Griffin, Eden, Taylor, Smith, Falls, Case, Stilas, Moore, Donatelli, Madox, Williams, Jillson. by order of Senior Officer Frasant. 8:20 cut in after boiler. James Walter Summers fireman, honorably discharged account expiration full term first enlistment, Discharge numer 11832. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

James Walter Summers fireman - James Walter Summers fireman, honorably discharged account expiration full term first enlistment, Discharge numer 11832

9am to Mer. Gentle North breeze to Light NNW air Blue sky with haze to partly cloudy Smooth sea Crew employed with cleaning boats and doing minor repairs 8:50 under way on convoy duty under orders from Commanding Officer Submarine Base San Pedro order dated January 2 1919 9:24 San Pedro break water light abeam Log 0.4 Set base course SE3/4E Various courses and speed throughout convoying Flotilla of 9 submarine and four submarine chasers W.B. Huebner, Ensign

Mer. to 4pm. From light NNW airs to light NE airs cloudy Smooth Sea. Crew employed cleaning and reparing Motor dory and Motor Sailor Omitted Quarters and drills on account of Necesry Work On base course SE3/4E Standard compass through out watch Carl E. Anderson Lieut

4pm to Mid Light NNE breeze to calm Partly cloudy to Clear Smooth sea Log in 5:35 then heading various courses to anchorage, in San Diego harbor ~50 Anchored in 7 fathoms of water too 30 fathoms of port chain at San Diego. Reported Arrival of Unalga Convoy, F-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H6, H-6 ~ USSC 308, 306, 302, and Broadbill to commanding ~ Pacific Fleet. Issued 23 rations this day to ~ Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples ~

F-2 - Reported Arrival of Unalga Convoy, F-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H6, H-6 ~ USSC 308, 306, 302, and Broadbill to commanding ~ Pacific Fleet

H-3 - Reported Arrival of Unalga Convoy, F-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H6, H-6 ~ USSC 308, 306, 302, and Broadbill to commanding ~ Pacific Fleet

H-4 - Reported Arrival of Unalga Convoy, F-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H6, H-6 ~ USSC 308, 306, 302, and Broadbill to commanding ~ Pacific Fleet

H-5 - Reported Arrival of Unalga Convoy, F-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H6, H-6 ~ USSC 308, 306, 302, and Broadbill to commanding ~ Pacific Fleet

H-7 - Reported Arrival of Unalga Convoy, F-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H6, H-6 ~ USSC 308, 306, 302, and Broadbill to commanding ~ Pacific Fleet

H6 - Reported Arrival of Unalga Convoy, F-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H6, H-6 ~ USSC 308, 306, 302, and Broadbill to commanding ~ Pacific Fleet

USSC 308 - Reported Arrival of Unalga Convoy, F-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H6, H-6 ~ USSC 308, 306, 302, and Broadbill to commanding ~ Pacific Fleet

306 - Reported Arrival of Unalga Convoy, F-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H6, H-6 ~ USSC 308, 306, 302, and Broadbill to commanding ~ Pacific Fleet

302 - Reported Arrival of Unalga Convoy, F-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H6, H-6 ~ USSC 308, 306, 302, and Broadbill to commanding ~ Pacific Fleet

Broadbill - Reported Arrival of Unalga Convoy, F-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H6, H-6 ~ USSC 308, 306, 302, and Broadbill to commanding ~ Pacific Fleet


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san diego california

Lat 32.7, Long -117.2

Hosp 5 Leave 4 Mr Floe Pass 23


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4 January 1919

Mid to 9AM Calm Clear to partly cloudy Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party reurned on time W.B. Huebner Ensign

9am to 4pm. Calm to light WNW Airs cloudy Smooth Sea. Crew employed with Saturday routine 2:15 Mondet, H.J. Yeoman Howard G.M. Seaman 1st class, Berram W.S. Seaman 1st class Morison Seaman 1st class, returned from 10 days leave of absent, granted by Commanding Officer (One day late) These men having reported to US Sub Marine base San Pedro California Jan 3d 11:45am And by Orders from Commanding Officer US Submarine base San Pedro California proceeded to San Diego and reported to this Vessel. 12:00 Granted liberty to the watch 10:30 Commanding left to call Official on Commanding Officer Second Division pacific fleet 11:30 Commanding Officer USS Darmouth called Official On Commanding Officer of this Vessel 2:00 Commanding Officer USNR training camp, San Diego California Called Official On Commanding Officer of this Vessel Honorably discharged Teddy Hirato Okamoto, cabin steward, account expiration full term first enlistment; discharge #11833. Carl E. Anderson Lieut

Howard G.M. Seaman 1st class - 2:15 Mondet, H.J. Yeoman Howard G.M. Seaman 1st class, Berram W.S. Seaman 1st class Morison Seaman 1st class, returned from 10 days leave of absent, granted by Commanding Officer (One day late) These men having reported to US Sub Marine base San Pedro California Jan 3d 11:45am And by Orders from Commanding Officer US Submarine base San Pedro California proceeded to San Diego and reported to this Vessel

Mondet, H.J. Yeoman - 2:15 Mondet, H.J. Yeoman Howard G.M. Seaman 1st class, Berram W.S. Seaman 1st class Morison Seaman 1st class, returned from 10 days leave of absent, granted by Commanding Officer (One day late) These men having reported to US Sub Marine base San Pedro California Jan 3d 11:45am And by Orders from Commanding Officer US Submarine base San Pedro California proceeded to San Diego and reported to this Vessel

Morison Seaman 1st class - 2:15 Mondet, H.J. Yeoman Howard G.M. Seaman 1st class, Berram W.S. Seaman 1st class Morison Seaman 1st class, returned from 10 days leave of absent, granted by Commanding Officer (One day late) These men having reported to US Sub Marine base San Pedro California Jan 3d 11:45am And by Orders from Commanding Officer US Submarine base San Pedro California proceeded to San Diego and reported to this Vessel

Berram W.S. Seaman 1st class - 2:15 Mondet, H.J. Yeoman Howard G.M. Seaman 1st class, Berram W.S. Seaman 1st class Morison Seaman 1st class, returned from 10 days leave of absent, granted by Commanding Officer (One day late) These men having reported to US Sub Marine base San Pedro California Jan 3d 11:45am And by Orders from Commanding Officer US Submarine base San Pedro California proceeded to San Diego and reported to this Vessel

USS Darmouth - 11:30 Commanding Officer USS Darmouth called Official On Commanding Officer of this Vessel

Teddy Hirato Okamoto, cabin steward - Honorably discharged Teddy Hirato Okamoto, cabin steward, account expiration full term first enlistment; discharge #11833

4pm to Mid. From light NNW Airs to calm cloudy to clear Smooth Sea Inspected Magazine and powder Samples. temp 66°-68 5:45 USS Ludlow came in port and moored at Standard Oil dock Carl E. Anderson (Lieut)

USS Ludlow - 5:45 USS Ludlow came in port and moored at Standard Oil dock


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san diego

Lat 33.07, Long -117.63

Hosp 5 Leave 4 Mr Floe Pass 23


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5 January 1919

point loma abeam distant 3 miles

Lat 12.5, Long 122.3

Mid to 8am. Calm to light ESE Airs clear to partly cloudy Smooth Crew employed with Sunday morning routine Liberty party reutrned on time Carl E. Anderson (Lieut)

8am to Merid. Light NW airs; partly cloudy; smooth sea. 8:03 Underway and stood various courses out of San Diego Bay.9:10 Out log (83.6), took up position as convoy to 9 submarine and 1 sub chaser No. 308 in accordance with orders dated January 2, 1919 from Commanding Officer Submarine Base, San Pedro, Cal. Course NW3/8W standard compass, Point Loma abeam distant 3 miles. Watch ends on base course NW3/8W standard compass. Reenlisted Teddy Hirato Okamoto as cabin steward. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)

Teddy Hirato Okamoto - Reenlisted Teddy Hirato Okamoto as cabin steward

Merid to 4:00PM:- Light WNW airs to light westerly breeze, partly cloudy, smooth sea Base course NW3/8W standard compass, throughout the watch. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

4pm to Mid. Light NW airs; clear; smooth sea. Standing various courses into San Pedro Harbor. 4:15 (61.3) in log. 4:30 Anchored in San Pedro Harbor in 6 fathoms water to 30 fathoms port chain. Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 70°-69. Issued 23 rations this day to passengers. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)


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san pedro cal

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

5 Hosp Mr Floe


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6 January 1919

Mid. to 9am. Light NW airs; clear. Crew employed with morning routine. Liberty party returned on time except P. Pratt, seaman G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

P. Pratt, seaman - Liberty party returned on time except P. Pratt, seaman

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Light NW airs to calm, clear to partly cloudy crew employed painting main deck 10:00 Transfered one - ten inch manila hawser with shackle, complete, from the Unalga to the Nanshan, in accordance with orders of the Commanding Officer, Submarine Base, San Pedro, California. C.D. Meyers, ships cook 3d class, returned from one days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer and two days extension granted by the Commanding Officer of Submarine Base. L.E. Kilborn, coxswain and J.A. Michels seaman, returned from ten days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer and three days extension granted by the Commanding Officer of Submarine Base on account of vessel being out of port. 12:10 C.G. Gage, Watertender, returned from fifteen days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer, authorized by Headquarters letter of November 27th, 1918. 1:10 Colors at half mast, as directed by Alnav, two. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary works. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

Nanshan - 10:00 Transfered one - ten inch manila hawser with shackle, complete, from the Unalga to the Nanshan, in accordance with orders of the Commanding Officer, Submarine Base, San Pedro, California

C.D. Meyers, ships cook 3d class - returned from one days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer and two days extension granted by the Commanding Officer of Submarine Base

L.E. Kilborn, coxswain - L.E. Kilborn, coxswain and J.A. Michels seaman, returned from ten days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer and three days extension granted by the Commanding Officer of Submarine Base on account of vessel being out of port

J.A. Michels seaman - L.E. Kilborn, coxswain and J.A. Michels seaman, returned from ten days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer and three days extension granted by the Commanding Officer of Submarine Base on account of vessel being out of port

C.G. Gage, Watertender - returned from fifteen days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer, authorized by Headquarters letter of November 27th, 1918

4:00PM to Mid:- Calm to light northerly airs, clear to foggy 4:00 granted liberty to the watch Inspected magazine and powder samples. Temperature 68°-68° A. Wilson Clark Ensign


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

5 hospt. Floe


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7 January 1919

Mid to 9:00AM:- Light NW to NNW airs, partly clear, light haze. crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9AM to 4PM Light South air to calm Clear Crew employed with painting main deck Ordinarily discharged Jesse Solomon Wagner ships writer at his own request, by authority from Headquarters Letter 12-28-18 (73) discharge 4071 9:26 Up anchor and proceeded to dock for water 9:36, made fast to dock Winded ship and at 10:34 Commenced taking water 1:00pm tanks filled having on board 16300.22 gallons 1:09 left dock, Came to anchor at 1:16 in 6 fathoms of water to 20 fathoms of port chain Complied with Alnav four. Halfmasting colors at 1:40PM Granted liberty to the watch Omitted drills account of necesary work W.B. Huebner, Ensign

Jesse Solomon Wagner ships writer - Ordinarily discharged Jesse Solomon Wagner ships writer at his own request, by authority from Headquarters Letter 12-28-18 (73) discharge 4071

4PM To Mid Light NW air to Light WNW breeze Clear Recieved Alnav seven at 9:10 Inspected magazine and powder sample Tempture 68°-64° W.B. Huebner Ensign.


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3


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8 January 1919

Mid to 9am Light NNW breeze Clear to partly cloudy Liberty party returned on time Made colors at 6:58am, half masted colors and fired first gun in compliance with Alnav seven W.B. Huebner, Ensign

9am to 4pm. Light variable airs cloudy Smooth Sea. Crew employed painting Main deck Liberty granted to the watch Omitted Quarters and drills on account of Necessary work Fired Mourning guns every half hour until sunset for ex president Roosevelt. Carl E. Anderson Lieut )

4PM to Mid. From Calm to light Northerly wind cloudy Smooth Sea Inspected magazine and powder samples temp 64°-68. Expended this day 21 6 Pdr saluting charges. Carl E Anderson Lieut


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3


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9 January 1919

Mid to 9am. From light northerly airs to calm clear to partly cloudy Smooth Sea Crew employed with Morning routine Liberty party returned on time Carl E. Anderson Lieut

9am to 4pm. Calm to light variable airs; overcast. Crew employed painting the main deck. Omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work # G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg.)

4PM to Mid. Light variable airs. overcast. Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 68°-66° G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

# Honorably discharged this day on account of expiration, full term of enlistment, George Cleveland Moore, oiler 1st class, discharge #11834 Ordinarily discharged upon his own request as authorized by Headquarters letter Dec 26, 1918 (73) Oscar William Pearson, quartermaster, discharge #4072

George Cleveland Moore, oiler 1st class - Honorably discharged this day on account of expiration, full term of enlistment, George Cleveland Moore, oiler 1st class, discharge #11834

Oscar William Pearson, quartermaster - Ordinarily discharged upon his own request as authorized by Headquarters letter Dec 26, 1918 (73) Oscar William Pearson, quartermaster, discharge #4072


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san pedro cal

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3


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10 January 1919

Mid. to 9am. Light variable airs; overcast to partly cloudy. Crew employed with morning routine. Liberty party returned on time. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Light variable airs, partly cloudy to dust storm Crew employed painting main deck B.F.Figueroa, fireman reported aboard under the influence of liquor and was given 90 days quarantine C. Goetzler, oiler 1st class granted 10 days leave of absence by the Commanding Officer and left the vessel Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work granted liberty to the watch. J. Allen, seaman, left vessel on one day's leave granted by Commanding Officer. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

B.F.Figueroa, fireman - reported aboard under the influence of liquor and was given 90 days quarantine

C. Goetzler, oiler 1st class - granted 10 days leave of absence by the Commanding Officer and left the vessel

J. Allen, seaman - left vessel on one day's leave granted by Commanding Officer

4:00PM to Mid Light Southerly airs to calm partly cloudy to overcast Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 68°-66° A. Wilson Clark Ensign


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3


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11 January 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Light variable airs, clear to partly clear Crew employed with usual weekly cleaning Liberty party returned on time except E. Tompkins, 1st class boy absent without leave. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

E. Tompkins, 1st class boy - Liberty party returned on time except E. Tompkins, 1st class boy absent without leave

9AM to 4PM Light NW air to gentle SW breeze Clear to partly cloudy Crew employed with painting main deck. C.H. Kirkman seaman reported on board from hospital Submarine Base Granted liberty to the watch. Ship inspected by Commanding Officer W.B. Huebner, Ensign

C.H. Kirkman seaman - reported on board from hospital Submarine Base

4PM to Mid Light North to NNW air Clear sky Inspected magazine and powder sample Tempture 64° 66° Tested Magazine Flood cocks W.B. Huebner, Ensign


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3


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12 January 1919

Mid to 9am Light North air Clear sky to hazy Crew employed with morning routine E. Tompkins, 1st class boy, absent without leave 24 hours. W.B. Huebner, Ensign

E. Tompkins, 1st class boy - absent without leave 24 hours

9am to 4pm. Light variable airs clear and hazy Smooth Sea 12. J. Allen Seaman 1st class returned from One days leave of absent granted by Commanding Officer. Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to the watch. Carl E. Anderson Lieut.

J. Allen Seaman 1st class - returned from One days leave of absent granted by Commanding Officer

4pm to Mid Light variable air, clear Smooth Sea. Inspected magazine and powder samples temp: 66°-65° Carl E. Anderson Lieut


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3


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13 January 1919

Mid to 9am. Light Northerly Airs clear Sky Smooth Sea. Crew employed with Morning routine 7:00 USS Boggs passed out to Sea. Liberty party returned on time E. Thompkins 1st class boy absent without leave 48 hours Carl E. Anderson Lieut

USS Boggs - 7:00 USS Boggs passed out to Sea

E. Thompkins 1st class boy - absent without leave 48 hours

9AM to 4PM. Light variable airs to light ENE breeze; clear sky. Crew employed painting main deck & steerage. Omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work. C.H. Kirkman, seaman left vessel on 10 days sick leave granted by Commanding Officer Submarine Base G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)

C.H. Kirkman, seaman - left vessel on 10 days sick leave granted by Commanding Officer Submarine Base

4PM to Mid. Light ENE breeze to moderate NE to ENE breeze; clear. Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples temperature 66°-65°. 8:50 USS Boggs, entered harbor. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

USS Boggs - 8:50 USS Boggs, entered harbor


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3


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14 January 1919

Mid. to 9AM. Light NE airs to light NNE breeze; partly cloudy. Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time except E. Tompkins 1st class boy who is absent without leave 72 hours. 8:00 USS Boggs, left port. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg.)

E. Tompkins 1st class boy - Liberty party returned on time except E. Tompkins 1st class boy who is absent without leave 72 hours

USS Boggs - 8:00 USS Boggs, left port

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Light NNE breeze to light WxN airs, partly cloudy and light haze Crew employed painting steerage Quarantine of R.J. McLeod coxswain lifted this day on account of explanatory letter from attending physician during his absence with out leave on December 7,8, and 9th 1918. N. Brunila, carpenter left vessel this day on twenty days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Headquarters telegram of January 3d 1919. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work 3:00 USS Boggs anchored in San Pedro Harbor 4:00 Harry William Saltzer, Commissary steward USN reported aboard this vessel for duty by order of Senior Officer present, Naval Reserve Training Camp. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

R.J. McLeod coxswain - Quarantine of R.J. McLeod coxswain lifted this day on account of explanatory letter from attending physician during his absence with out leave on December 7,8, and 9th 1918

N. Brunila, carpenter - left vessel this day on twenty days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Headquarters telegram of January 3d 1919

USS Boggs - 3:00 USS Boggs anchored in San Pedro Harbor

Harry William Saltzer, Commissary steward USN - reported aboard this vessel for duty by order of Senior Officer present, Naval Reserve Training Camp

4:00PM to Mid:- Light NNW airs, partly cloudy and light haze. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 65°-66° 6:00 The Submarines R-17 and R-18 entered San Pedro Harbor and made fast at dock Submarine Base. 10:05 USS Boggs left San Pedro Harbor, out bound. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

R-17 - 6:00 The Submarines R-17 and R-18 entered San Pedro Harbor and made fast at dock Submarine Base

R-18 - 6:00 The Submarines R-17 and R-18 entered San Pedro Harbor and made fast at dock Submarine Base

USS Boggs - 10:05 USS Boggs left San Pedro Harbor, out bound


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3


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15 January 1919

Mid to 9:00AM:- light NNW airs, partly cloudy, light haze. Crew employed washing down. Liberty party returned on time 4:45 USS Farragut and USS Beaver arrived and came to anchor in San Pedro Harbor, San Pedro California E. Tompkins, 1st class boy, absent without leave four days. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

USS Beaver - 4:45 USS Farragut and USS Beaver arrived and came to anchor in San Pedro Harbor, San Pedro California

USS Farragut - 4:45 USS Farragut and USS Beaver arrived and came to anchor in San Pedro Harbor, San Pedro California

E. Tompkins, 1st class boy - absent without leave four days

9AM 4PM Light SSW air to Light SW breeze partly cloudy Crew employed with painting steerge Joseph Benjamin Stewart Wolyniec from Coast Guard station No. 321, Bolinas, California reported onboard at 3:00pm for duty, in accordance with HL 12/10/18 (73-531) *, 11:15 Steam up ready for turning Engine 11:15 Turned engine over. 11:38 Anchor up under way proceeding along side dock for water along side dock at 12:10 1:45 Finished taking on water tank 6455 gallons of water on board 2:03 Left dock came to anchor 2:09 6 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of port chain 1:40 K.P. Floe warrant machinist returned on board from 20 days leave Granted liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner Ensign

Joseph Benjamin Stewart Wolyniec - Joseph Benjamin Stewart Wolyniec from Coast Guard station No. 321, Bolinas, California reported onboard at 3:00pm for duty, in accordance with HL 12/10/18 (73-531)

K.P. Floe warrant machinist - returned on board from 20 days leave

4PM to Mid Light NNW air to Calm partly cloudy Inspected magazine and powder sample Tempture 68°-67° W.B. Huebner, Ensign

# and rated ordinary seaman, as of same date,


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Pass 1


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16 January 1919

point fermin light abeam distance one mile

Lat 12.5, Long -61.7

Mid to 9AM Calm to Light NNW air partly cloudy Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner Ensign

From 9AM to 4PM. Light variable airs to calm, partly cloudy Smooth Crew employed in painting ship 10:30 E. Tompkins 1st class boy returned from detention camp at US Naval Reserve Training camp San Pedro Cal. where he had been confined Since Saturday Jan 11th suffering with Influenza absence without leave excused. 11:00 Recieved Movement Orders from Commanding Officer US Submarine bas San Pedro California for towing USCTB No 5 to Mare Island California 3:15 By authority of Commanding Officer US Submarine bas San Pedro California, recieved aboard for transportation to San Francisco California at No expense to the government Father C.N. Riley Knight of Columbus Chaplain 3:30 USCTB no 5 came alongside to take towing hawser 3:40 Hawser made fast, dropped. USCTB no 5 astern 3:56 Up Anchor and stood various courses out San Pedro harbor Omitted Quarters and drills on account of necessary Work Carl E. Anderson Lieut

E. Tompkins 1st class boy - 10:30 E. Tompkins 1st class boy returned from detention camp at US Naval Reserve Training camp San Pedro Cal. where he had been confined Since Saturday Jan 11th suffering with Influenza absence without leave excused

Father C.N. Riley Knight of Columbus Chaplain - 3:15 By authority of Commanding Officer US Submarine bas San Pedro California, recieved aboard for transportation to San Francisco California at No expense to the government Father C.N. Riley Knight of Columbus Chaplain

USCTB no 5 - 3:30 USCTB no 5 came alongside to take towing hawser

4:00PM to 8:00PM:- Light westerly to WNW airs, partly cloudy, smooth sea. 4:00 Standing out San Pedro Harbor 4:25 Streamed log 61.3. 4:38 (61.4) Point Fermin Light abeam distance one mile, course WxS. 5:20 (68.0) Point Vincent abeam distance three miles, course WNW7/8W - all courses and bearings by standard compass. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 65°-67° A. Wilson Clark Ensign

8pm to Mid. Light WNW airs to Light west breeze partly cloudy Smooth sea. On course WNW7/8W by standard compass till 10:22 Anacapa ~ (13.8) changed course to W1/4N by standard compass through out the watch Isued 50 night rations W.B. Huebner.


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at sea santo barbara channel

Lat 18.08, Long -21.00


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17 January 1918

point sur abeam 8 miles dist

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

Mid. to 4am. From light Westerly airs to Fresh Westerly breeze blue sky From Smooth Sea to Moderate Sea 12:40 Santa Barbara light abeam 12.8 Mile dist off. log 40.3 Course W1/4N by standard compass through out watch Point Conception bearing NW1/2N, Standard 7 Miles dist off at end of Watch. Carl E. Anderson Lieut

4am to 8am. Moderate to gentle to light NNW breeze; clear to partly cloudy, moderate sea. On course W1/4N, standard compass. 4:30 (73.4) Point Conception abeam distant 5 miles, changed course to NWxW5/8W standard compass. 7:30 (100.0) changed course to NW1/4N, standard compass and so to end of watch. Crew employed with morning routine. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg.)

8:00AM to Merid:- Gentle NW breeze, partly cloudy to partly clear, long NW ground swell. Crew employed scraping Cabin deck and painting steerage Course NW1/4N by standard compass, throughout the watch A. Wilson Clark Ensign

Merid to 4PM Light NW breeze partly clear Long NW Swells. On course NW1/4N by standard compass through out the Watch Held no drills account of crew employed with necessary work W.B. Huebner, Ensign

4pm to 8pm. Light NW breeze, cloudy, Smooth Sea On course NW1/4N Standard compass 6:23 Point Sur abeam 8 miles dist off log (1.9.) changed course to NW3/4N Standard compass. and so to end of Watch Inspected magazine and powder Samples temp 66°-68° Carl. E. Anderson Lieut

8pm to Mid. Light NW breeze; dense fog; smooth sea. On course NW3/4N, standard compass thruout. Issued 50 night rations. G.V.S. Harvey


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at sea

Lat 43.7, Long -3.0


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18 January 1919

point pigeon abeam

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

Mid to 4:00AM:- Light NNW airs, dense fog, long NW ground swell, course NW3/4W 1:10 (61.8) Point Pigeon abeam, course NNW1/2W Through out, by standard compass A. Wilson Clark Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM Light variable airs Fogy Heavy ground swells Crew employed with morning routine On course NbyE by standard compass untill San Francisco Light ship abeam then changed course to NE1/2E by standard compass Log in (100.4) 6:20AM ~ Towing bridle carried away on Torpedo boat Farragut 7:35 Hawser hauled in and Full speed ahead W.B. Huebner, Ensign

Torpedo boat Farragut - Towing bridle carried away on Torpedo boat Farragut

8:00AM to 4:00PM:- Light NE to SW airs, dense fog 4:15 Came to anchor off Point Chauncey, San Francisco Bay, in 9 fathoms of water 30 fathoms port chain. 9:15 Sent following message, " Commandant Mare Island Navy Yard, Unalga arrival at California City with Farragut in tow at nine am Farragut at wharf receiving ten tons coal, she can steam eight knots, shall I leave her here and proceed to San Pedro via San Francisco, or wait until coaled and convoy her to Mare Island, 09218 10:40 USCTB Number 5 (USS Farragut) dropped anchor off Point Chauncey by order of the Commanding Officer of this vessel to await until fog lifts. 11:50 Received the following Radio from Commandant of the 12th Naval District "Direct USCTB Number 5 proceed to Navy Yard Mare Island, when coaled and report to Commandant of Yard and by letter to Commandant twelfth Naval District period Unalga when coaled proceed to ancorage off San Francisco and await further instructions, fourty one, 11118. 11:55 Sent the following message to USCTB Number 5 "Proceed to Navy Yard Mare Island and report to Commandant of Yard and by letter to Commandant of Twelfth Naval District. 12:00 Received message from USCTB Number 5 "Please take aboard the Unalga remainder of towing gear belonging to USS Beaver. 12:35 Received aboard this vessel twenty fathoms of chain belonging to USS Beaver 12:40 Signaled USCBT Number 5 to procced. 12:55 Up anchor and underway 2:50 Dropped anchor off San Francisco, in 11 fathoms of water 45 fathoms port chain. Crew employed in steerage and securing and washing down - granted liberty to the watch. 3:00 Father C.N. Riley, Knights of Columbus chaplain left vessel. Commanding Officer reported in person to the Commandant of the 12th Naval District. A. Wilson Clark

USCTB Number 5 (USS Farragut) - 10:40 USCTB Number 5 (USS Farragut) dropped anchor off Point Chauncey by order of the Commanding Officer of this vessel to await until fog lifts

Father C.N. Riley, Knights of Columbus chaplain - left vessel

4:00PM to Mid:- light SE airs, haze to overcast, Inspected magazine ~ temperature 65°-67 A. Wilson Clark Ensign


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point chauncey cal

Lat 43.7, Long -122.4


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18 January 1919

came to anchor off point chauncey san francisco bay

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

Mid to 4:00AM:- Light NNW airs, dense fog, long NW ground swell, course NW3/4W 1:10 (61.8) Point Pigeon abeam, course NNW1/2W Through out, by standard compass A. Wilson Clark Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM Light variable airs Fogy Heavy ground swells Crew employed with morning routine On course NbyE by standard compass untill San Francisco Light ship abeam then changed course to NE1/2E by standard compass Log in (100.4) 6:20AM ~ Towing bridle carried away on Torpedo boat Farragut 7:35 Hawser hauled in and Full speed ahead W.B. Huebner, Ensign

Torpedo boat Farragut - Towing bridle carried away on Torpedo boat Farragut

8:00AM to 4:00PM:- Light NE to SW airs, dense fog 4:15 Came to anchor off Point Chauncey, San Francisco Bay, in 9 fathoms of water 30 fathoms port chain. 9:15 Sent following message, " Commandant Mare Island Navy Yard, Unalga arrival at California City with Farragut in tow at nine am Farragut at wharf receiving ten tons coal, she can steam eight knots, shall I leave her here and proceed to San Pedro via San Francisco, or wait until coaled and convoy her to Mare Island, 09218 10:40 USCTB Number 5 (USS Farragut) dropped anchor off Point Chauncey by order of the Commanding Officer of this vessel to await until fog lifts. 11:50 Received the following Radio from Commandant of the 12th Naval District "Direct USCTB Number 5 proceed to Navy Yard Mare Island, when coaled and report to Commandant of Yard and by letter to Commandant twelfth Naval District period Unalga when coaled proceed to ancorage off San Francisco and await further instructions, fourty one, 11118. 11:55 Sent the following message to USCTB Number 5 "Proceed to Navy Yard Mare Island and report to Commandant of Yard and by letter to Commandant of Twelfth Naval District. 12:00 Received message from USCTB Number 5 "Please take aboard the Unalga remainder of towing gear belonging to USS Beaver. 12:35 Received aboard this vessel twenty fathoms of chain belonging to USS Beaver 12:40 Signaled USCBT Number 5 to procced. 12:55 Up anchor and underway 2:50 Dropped anchor off San Francisco, in 11 fathoms of water 45 fathoms port chain. Crew employed in steerage and securing and washing down - granted liberty to the watch. 3:00 Father C.N. Riley, Knights of Columbus chaplain left vessel. Commanding Officer reported in person to the Commandant of the 12th Naval District. A. Wilson Clark

USCTB Number 5 (USS Farragut) - 10:40 USCTB Number 5 (USS Farragut) dropped anchor off Point Chauncey by order of the Commanding Officer of this vessel to await until fog lifts

Father C.N. Riley, Knights of Columbus chaplain - left vessel

4:00PM to Mid:- light SE airs, haze to overcast, Inspected magazine ~ temperature 65°-67 A. Wilson Clark Ensign


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san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

Inspected Magazine


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19 January 1917

Mid to 9:00AM light SE breeze, light rain, partly clear. Crew employed washing down Liberty party reutrned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9AM to 4PM Light SE airs to Moderate Breeze continuous rain. Overcast choppy sea Liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner, Ensign

4PM to Mid Light SE breeze to Light SW breeze. Rainy weather Overcast to partly cloudy choppy sea Inspected magazine and powder sample Tempture 60°-66° ~:45 Let out 15 fathoms more on port chain total 60 fathoms out W.B. Huebner, Ensign


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san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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20 January 1919

san francisco light vessel abeam 14 mile dist off

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

Mid to 9am Gentle SW breeze to Light breeze continuous rain to passing showers partly clear Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time Lieutenant T.J. Maher reported on board this vessel with sounding apparatus for testing W.B. Huebner, Ensign

Lieutenant T.J. Maher - reported on board this vessel with sounding apparatus for testing

9AM to Mer. Light SW breeze clouds moderate Sea Crew employed getting ready for Sea and painting Main deck. 9:45 By Orders from Commandant 12th Naval district up anchor and Stood various courses San Francisco bay to take Lieutenant T.J. Maher USNR who under Orders By Bureau of Navigation dated Jan 4th 1919 is to take soundings with coast and geodetic Survey sounding tubes off 100 Fathoms curve. 10:37 Mile rock abeam log 11.8) 1/2 Mile dist off changed course to SW1/2W standard compass 11:30 Cut in after boiler in order to reach position outside 100 fathoms curve and compleat sounding before dark. 11:43 San Francisco light Vessel abeam 1/4 Mile dist off log (11.2) Watch ends on course SW1/2W standard San Francisco light vessel bearing NE ~ 1 1/2 Mile dist off C.E. Anderson (Lieut)

Lieutenant T.J. Maher USNR - Stood various courses San Francisco bay to take Lieutenant T.J. Maher USNR who under Orders By Bureau of Navigation dated Jan 4th 1919 is to take soundings with coast and geodetic Survey sounding tubes off 100 Fathoms curve

Merid to 4PM. Light SW breeze, partly cloudy, moderate sea. On course SW1/2W 1:15 (29.5) slow speed and took in log 1:25 stopped and stated taking soundings. 1:45 full speed ahead on course SW1/2W. 1:55 stopped and watch ends taking soundings outside 100 fathom curve with Farallon Light bearing NE1/2N distant 4 miles. All courses and bearings by standard compass Omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work connected with soundings 4:00 Full speed ahead on course NE G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)

Lieutenant C.E. Anderson - 9 AM to Meridian Shift

Lieutenant jg G.O.S. Harvey - Meridian to 4 pm watch


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farallons light abeam distance one mile

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

continued

4:00PM to 8:00PM:- light SW breeze to light NE airs, light haze, partly cloudy, long NW ground swell 4:05 stopped vessel on 50 fathoms curve, 4:20 anchored bouy on fifty fathoms curve as marker for soundings, under way at six knots, standing various courses about bouy making soundings. 5:10 finished making soundings. 5:15 course NE3/4E 5:20 streamed log (29.5) 5:25 (30.1) Farallons light abeam distance one mile. 6:30 standing various courses for San Francisco Bay. 7:15 (50.8) in log. 7:35 Mile Rock abeam. Watch ends standing in San Francisco Bay for anchorage. 7:20 Received by Radio the following orders "Upon completion of duty assigned and when in all respects ready for Sea procede to San Pedro with your Command and upon arrival report to Commanding Officer Submarine Base for duty - thirty-three 17320 - Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 60°-64° A. Wilson Clark Ensign

8PM to Mid Light SE breeze partly cloudy to clear Moderate sea to smooth sea ~:45 Came to anchor 11 fathoms of water to 20 fathoms port chain ~:25 Lieutenant T.J. Maher left vessel with all sounding gear brought by him, Having completed all sounding tests Lieutenant C.E. Anderson USNRF left this vessel on two days leave, Granted by Commanding Officer account of important personal business ~:15 Up anchor and stood various courses out of San Francisco bay ~:15 San Francisco light ship abeam set course South by East 3/4 east streamed Log (51.3) ~:30 Point Montara light abeam changed course to SSE3/4E Log 62. This course by standard compass throughout the rest of the watch Issued 50 night rations W.B. Huebner, Ensign

Lieutenant T.J. Maher - left vessel with all sounding gear brought by him, Having completed all sounding tests

Lieutenant C.E. Anderson USNRF - left this vessel on two days leave, Granted by Commanding Officer account of important personal business


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pt sur nexn 115 mi

Lat 35.55, Long -121.65


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21 January 1919

point sur abeam distance 111 miles

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

Mid. to 4AM. Light SE breeze; partly cloudy; moderate rolling sea. On course SSE3/4E standard compass. 1:50 (85.4) Pigeon Point Light abeam distant 9.5 miles, changed course to SE1/8S standard compass and so to end of watch G.V.S. Harvey Lieut.(jg)

4:00AM to 8:00AM:- Light Easterly to Northerly airs, clear, to partly cloudy, light haze moderate sea. Crew employed washing down, Course SE1/8S; 6:00 (26.1) Course SE1/2S. - 7:35 (43.5) Point Sur abeam distance 11.1 miles, course SE - All courses by standard compass A. Wilson Clark Ensign

8AN to Merid. Light North to SW to west air. Hazy blue sky moderate sea Crew employed with scraping bright wood work and painting One course SE by standard compass till Noon then changed to SExE by standard compass W.B. Huebner, Ensign

Merid. to 4PM. Light NNW airs; hazy, blue sky, long rolling sea. On course SExE standard compass thruout watch. Crew employed cleaning and painting main and berth decks, so omitted quarters and drills. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg).

4:00PM to 8:00PM:- Light NW airs, partly cloudy to clear and light haze Course SExE - 5:55 (52.5) Course ESE - 9:45 (72.3) Point Arguello abeam distance 2.8 Miles. All courses and bearings by standard compass. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 66°-68°. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

8pm to Mid Light NW to North to East air Clear Smooth sea On course ESE by standard compass Changed course to East by standard comapss point conception abeam at 9:51PM Log 83.6, 3.8 miles Issued 50 night rations W.B. Huebner, Ensign

F.E. Dodge - Captain


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santa barbara channel

Lat 30.5, Long 47.9

coal: 69 tons 492 lbs -


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22 January 1919

santa barbara light abeam distant 168 miles

Lat 12.5, Long 122.3

Mid. to 4AM Calm; clear; smooth sea On course East by standard compass. 12:30 (23.1) Santa Barbara Light abeam distant 16.8 miles, changed course to E1/4N, standard compass. 2:50 (47.9) Anacapa Light abeam distant 1.5 miles, changed course to ExS standard compass and so to end of watch. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)

4:00AM to 8:00AM:- Calm to light Easterly airs, clear, light haze, smooth sea Course ExS - 8:00 (99.9) Course ENE1/2E. Point Vincent bearing N1/4E distant 4 3/4 miles - all courses and bearings by standard compass, crew employed washing down A. Wilson Clark Ensign

8:00AM to 4:00PM:- Light Easterly to WSW airs, clear with light haze, smooth sea Crew employed about deck, painting cabin and scraping hard wood. Standing various courses for San Pedro Harbor 9:00 in log. 9:15 came to anchor, San Pedro Harbor. Commanding Officer reported in person to the Commanding Officer US Submarine Base. Granted liberty to the watch P.H. Pratt seaman sent to isolation camp Submarine Base San Pedro Omitted Quarters and drilsl on account of necessary work A. Wilson Clark Ensign

P.H. Pratt seaman - sent to isolation camp Submarine Base San Pedro

4:00PM to Mid:- light WSW to NxW airs, light haze to clear Inspected magazine and powder samples temprature 68°-70° A. Wilson Clark Ensign

F.E. Dodge - Captain


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

coal: 66 tons 1412 lbs -


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24 January 1919

Mid to 9:00AM:- Light NW to NxE airs, clear with light haze Crew employed washing down Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9AM to 4PM Light SSW air to NW Gentle breeze, Blue sky with haze to Clear Crew employed with painting cabin passage ~:45 USS Beavers sailing launch alongside, taking back their towing hawser, shackles and chain ~:30 Let out port chain to 30 fathoms at waters edge Omitted drills account of necsary work Granted liberty to the watch C.E. Anderson, Lieutenant reported on board this ~ from two days Leave. W.B. Huebner, Ensign

USS Beaver - USS Beavers sailing launch alongside, taking back their towing hawser, shackles and chain

C.E. Anderson, Lieutenant - reported on board this ~ from two days Leave

4PM to Mid. Light WSW air to Calm Clear blue sky 4:30 The following named men from US Naval Training Station San Pedro reported for duty on board this vessel - McNaughton Ray E. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Wright George D. Seaman 2nd class USN Gibson George W. Seaman 2nd class USN Hill Alfred Seaman 2nd class USNRF Sunmacher Arthur Seaman 2nd class USNRF Martinez Antonio B. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Dennis Robert D. Seaman 2nd class USN Mills Forrest Williams Seaman 2nd class USNRF Inspected magazine and powder sample Tempture 68°-70° W.B. Huebner Ensign

McNaughton Ray E. Seaman 2nd class USNRF - 4:30 The following named men from US Naval Training Station San Pedro reported for duty on board this vessel - McNaughton Ray E. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Wright George D. Seaman 2nd class USN Gibson George W. Seaman 2nd class USN Hill Alfred Seaman 2nd class USNRF Sunmacher Arthur Seaman 2nd class USNRF Martinez Antonio B. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Dennis Robert D. Seaman 2nd class USN Mills Forrest Williams Seaman 2nd class USNRF

Wright George D. Seaman 2nd class USN - 4:30 The following named men from US Naval Training Station San Pedro reported for duty on board this vessel - McNaughton Ray E. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Wright George D. Seaman 2nd class USN Gibson George W. Seaman 2nd class USN Hill Alfred Seaman 2nd class USNRF Sunmacher Arthur Seaman 2nd class USNRF Martinez Antonio B. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Dennis Robert D. Seaman 2nd class USN Mills Forrest Williams Seaman 2nd class USNRF

Gibson George W. Seaman 2nd class USN - 4:30 The following named men from US Naval Training Station San Pedro reported for duty on board this vessel - McNaughton Ray E. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Wright George D. Seaman 2nd class USN Gibson George W. Seaman 2nd class USN Hill Alfred Seaman 2nd class USNRF Sunmacher Arthur Seaman 2nd class USNRF Martinez Antonio B. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Dennis Robert D. Seaman 2nd class USN Mills Forrest Williams Seaman 2nd class USNRF

Hill Alfred Seaman 2nd class USNRF - 4:30 The following named men from US Naval Training Station San Pedro reported for duty on board this vessel - McNaughton Ray E. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Wright George D. Seaman 2nd class USN Gibson George W. Seaman 2nd class USN Hill Alfred Seaman 2nd class USNRF Sunmacher Arthur Seaman 2nd class USNRF Martinez Antonio B. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Dennis Robert D. Seaman 2nd class USN Mills Forrest Williams Seaman 2nd class USNRF

Sunmacher Arthur Seaman 2nd class USNRF - 4:30 The following named men from US Naval Training Station San Pedro reported for duty on board this vessel - McNaughton Ray E. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Wright George D. Seaman 2nd class USN Gibson George W. Seaman 2nd class USN Hill Alfred Seaman 2nd class USNRF Sunmacher Arthur Seaman 2nd class USNRF Martinez Antonio B. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Dennis Robert D. Seaman 2nd class USN Mills Forrest Williams Seaman 2nd class USNRF

Martinez Antonio B. Seaman 2nd class USNRF - 4:30 The following named men from US Naval Training Station San Pedro reported for duty on board this vessel - McNaughton Ray E. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Wright George D. Seaman 2nd class USN Gibson George W. Seaman 2nd class USN Hill Alfred Seaman 2nd class USNRF Sunmacher Arthur Seaman 2nd class USNRF Martinez Antonio B. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Dennis Robert D. Seaman 2nd class USN Mills Forrest Williams Seaman 2nd class USNRF

Dennis Robert D. Seaman 2nd class USN - 4:30 The following named men from US Naval Training Station San Pedro reported for duty on board this vessel - McNaughton Ray E. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Wright George D. Seaman 2nd class USN Gibson George W. Seaman 2nd class USN Hill Alfred Seaman 2nd class USNRF Sunmacher Arthur Seaman 2nd class USNRF Martinez Antonio B. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Dennis Robert D. Seaman 2nd class USN Mills Forrest Williams Seaman 2nd class USNRF

Mills Forrest Williams Seaman 2nd class USNRF - 4:30 The following named men from US Naval Training Station San Pedro reported for duty on board this vessel - McNaughton Ray E. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Wright George D. Seaman 2nd class USN Gibson George W. Seaman 2nd class USN Hill Alfred Seaman 2nd class USNRF Sunmacher Arthur Seaman 2nd class USNRF Martinez Antonio B. Seaman 2nd class USNRF Dennis Robert D. Seaman 2nd class USN Mills Forrest Williams Seaman 2nd class USNRF

F.G Bodge - Captain

Naughton Ray E. Seamen 2nd class - Reported on board from San Pedro

Wright Searge Searman 2nd class - Reported on board from San Pedro

Gibson George Seamen 2nd Class - Reported on board from San Pedro

Idill Alfred Seaman 2nd Class - Reported on board from San Pedro

Sunmacher Arthur Seaman 2nd Class - reported on board from San Pedro

Martinez Antonia Seaman 2nd class - Reported on board from San Pedro

Dennis Robert Searman 2nd Class - Reported on board from San Pedro

Mills Forrest Williams Seaman 2nd Class - Reported on board from Sna Pedro


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

coal: 63 tons 632 lbs -


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24 January 1919

Mid to 9am Light NE airs Heavy fog to clear Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner, Ensign

9AM to 4PM Light variable breezes cloudy to clear Smooth Sea Ship crew employed with painting Reenlisted Aton Bernhard Ericsen as Seaman and rated him Acting Quartermaster Same day Omitted Quarters and drills on account of Necissary work 11:30 Took part gangway out of Storeage at US Submarine base 3:30 Send Starboard gangway ashore to be ~ Received aboard ten sacks of Mail. Last Summer Mail Carl E. Anderson Lt.

Aton Bernhard Ericsen - Reenlisted Aton Bernhard Ericsen as Seaman and rated him Acting Quartermaster Same day

4PM to Mid: Light Westerly breeze to light SE airs clear to cloudy Smooth Sea Granted liberty to the watch Inspected Magazine and powder Samples. temp 68°-70° Carl E. Anderson

F.G: Dodge - Captain


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san pedro calif

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3


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25 January 1919

Mid to 9AM. From light SE airs to light NW breeze from cloudy to clear Smooth Sea Crew employed with Saturday Morning routine Liberty party returned on time Carl E. Anderson Lieut

9am to 4pm. Light NW breeze; hazy to clear. Crew employed with general Saturday cleaning. A. Wiedersich, watertender, left vessel on two days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 12:00 Granted liberty to the watch. C.H. Kirkman, seaman, returned from sick leave. 3:00 The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters. Commanding Officer inspected the vessel. For direct disobedience of an order from the Officer of the Deck H. Bower, seaman and M.M. Levey, seaman, are quarantined to the vessel awaiting action of Commanding Officer. L. Christensen, seaman left on one days leave granted by Commanding Officer. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

A. Wiedersich, watertender - left vessel on two days leave granted by Commanding Officer

C.H. Kirkman, seaman - returned from sick leave

Klarion P. Loftis - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Frank L. Smith - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Sammie O. Johnson - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Reben Boyd - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

John B. Johnson - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Floyd K. Briggs - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Marion M. Baugh - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Sam Z. Vaughn - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Ezra T. Jordan - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Conrad L. Oates - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Henry Knight - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Matthew V. Wilson - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Walter C. Starr - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Horace C. Gilliland - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Fred E. Phillips - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

James B. Sowell - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Ray E. Robbins - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

William E. Delong - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Roland F. Barnard - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Clyde M. McGinnis - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Ralph J. Harrington - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Loring G. Gouldin - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Frank W. Sheppard - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

G. Hampton - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

John E. Roberts - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

Harry E. Waters - The following men of the Naval Reserve Force from the Naval Training Station, San Pedro, California, reported aboard for duty, - Second class seaman, Klarion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Briggs, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordan, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Ray E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin and Clyde M. McGinnis and fireman third class, G. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, and Harry E. Waters

H. Bower, seaman - For direct disobedience of an order from the Officer of the Deck H. Bower, seaman and M.M. Levey, seaman, are quarantined to the vessel awaiting action of Commanding Officer

M.M. Levey, seaman - For direct disobedience of an order from the Officer of the Deck H. Bower, seaman and M.M. Levey, seaman, are quarantined to the vessel awaiting action of Commanding Officer

L. Christensen, seaman - left on one days leave granted by Commanding Officer

4PM to Mid. Light NW breeze, clear Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature, 68°-70° tested flood cocks. G.V.S. Harvey - Lieut (jg)

F.G. Dodge - Captain

A. Wiedersich - lift vassel on two days leave granted by Commanding Officers

C.H. Kirkman, seaman - returned from sick leave

Second class seaman Marion P. Loftis, Frank L. Smith, Marion M. Baugh, John B. Johnson, Floyd K. Brigge, Reben Boyd, Sammie O. Johnson, Henry Knight, Conrad L. Oates, Sam Z. Vaughn, Ezra T. Jordon, James B. Sowell, Walter C. Starr, Horace C. Gilliland, Fred E. Phillips, Matthew V. Wilson, Roland F. Barnard, Roy E. Robbins, William E. Delong, Ralph J. Harrington, Loring G. Gouldin, lyde M. Mc Ginnis and seamen third class E. Hampton, John E. Roberts, Frank W. Sheppard, Harry E. Waters - reported aboard for duty


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san pedro cal

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

coal: 58 tons 532 lbs -


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26 January 1919

Mid. to 9am. Light northerly airs; clear. Crew employed with morning routine. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Light north to westerly airs, clear, light haze Liberty party returned on time Robert H. Collier, Electrician 2d class (Radio) USN (1220353) and Earl P. Baker, Electrician 3d class, (Radio) USNRF reported aboard this vessel for duty under orders issued by Pacific Coast Communication Supertendant. Granted liberty to the watch A. Wilson Clark Ensign

Robert H. Collier, Electrician 2d class (Radio) USN (1220353) - Robert H. Collier, Electrician 2d class (Radio) USN (1220353) and Earl P. Baker, Electrician 3d class, (Radio) USNRF reported aboard this vessel for duty under orders issued by Pacific Coast Communication Supertendant

Earl P. Baker, Electrician 3d class, (Radio) USNRF - Robert H. Collier, Electrician 2d class (Radio) USN (1220353) and Earl P. Baker, Electrician 3d class, (Radio) USNRF reported aboard this vessel for duty under orders issued by Pacific Coast Communication Supertendant

9:00PM to Mid:- Light westerly to NNW, clear Inspected magazine and powder samples - temprature 65°-67° A. Wilson Clark Ensign

Robert H. Collier, Elretrieau 2^ class (Radio), Earl P. Bahur, Elretrieau 3^ class (Radio) - Reported aboard this vassel


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

coal: 55 tons 1152 lbs -


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27 January 1919

Mid to 9:00AM:- Light NNW airs, clear and calm Crew employed washing down, washing paint work on main deck and over sides, preparatory to painting in boat-topping Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9AM to 4PM Light East airs to Light NE breeze, Hazy Crew employed with painting cabin passage and crews quarters L. Christensen seaman returned from 1 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. Granted liberty to the watch Omitted drills account of necessary work Crew shifted into clean bags and hammocks R.E. Garrett, Bugler quarantined for 30 days by Commanding Officer for disobedience to orders of Influenza quarantine W.B. Huebner, Ensign

L. Christensen seaman - returned from 1 days leave granted by Commanding Officer

R.E. Garrett, Bugler - quarantined for 30 days by Commanding Officer for disobedience to orders of Influenza quarantine

4PM to Mid Light NE airs Clear Inspected magazine and Powder sample Tempture 69°-68° W.B. Huebner, Ensign

F. Christinsen seaman - returned from 1 day leave


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

coal: 52 tons 1372 lbs -


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28 January 1919

came to anchor san pedro harbor

Lat 12.5, Long 122.3

Mid to 9AM Light North air to Light NNE airs Clear Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner, Ensign

9am to 4pm. Light Easterly Airs clear Smooth Sea. Crew employed in painting and Scrubbing bags and hammocks. 8:30 A. Weidersick Oiler Second class returned from two days leave of absent granted by commanding officer. 9:10 Up anchor and came alongside at Outer harbor dock for water 9:40 Fast to dock. 1:30 Left dock. 1:45 came to anchor San Pedro harbor in 8 fht of water to 30 fht of port chain Recieved from Outer harbor wharf and dock company 13,500 gallons of water Omitted Quarters and drills on account of necessary work. 2:00 Robert Alexander Smith Machinist 1st class was transfered to US Marine Hospital Los Angeles California suffering with Asthma C.E. Anderson Lieut.

A. Weidersick Oiler Second class - returned from two days leave of absent granted by commanding officer

Robert Alexander Smith Machinist 1st class - Robert Alexander Smith Machinist 1st class was transfered to US Marine Hospital Los Angeles California suffering with Asthma

4PM to Mid Light variable airs partly cloudy Smooth Sea Granted liberty to the watch Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp 65°-68° C.E. Anderson Lieut.

A. Weidestick - returned from two days leave


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san pedro calif

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

coal: 50 tons 152 lbs -


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29 January 1919

Mid to 9AM Light Northerly airs clear to partly cloudy Smooth Sea Crew employed with painting Ships Sides. Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lieut

9AM to 4PM Calm; partly cloudy. R. Morrison, Seaman left vessel on 3 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. Crew employed painting ships sides so omitted quarters and drills G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut. (jg)

R. Morrison, Seaman - left vessel on 3 days leave granted by Commanding Officer

4PM to Mid. Calm; partly cloudy. Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 68°-66°. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)

R. Morrison seaman - lift vassel on 3 days leave


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san pedro cal

Lat , Long

coal: 47 tons 1472 lbs -

coal: 47 tons 1472 lbs -


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30 January 1919

Mid. to 9am. Light NE airs to calm; clear to partly cloudy. Crew employed with morning routine. Liberty party returned on time except A. Harn, 1st class boy. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg).

A. Harn, 1st class boy - Liberty party returned on time except A. Harn, 1st class boy

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Calm, light rain to passing showers, partly clear. Crew employed washing paint work preparatory to painting Engineering force employed chipping bunkers and working on main engine Overhauled sounding machine Omitted Quarters and drills on account of necessary work 10:00 A. Harn, 1st class boy returned aboard this vessel, two hours absence with out leave. 11:00 M.L. Batchler, seaman, reported on board this vessel from sick leave Granted liberty to the watch A. Wilson Clark Ensign

A. Harn, 1st class boy - returned aboard this vessel, two hours absence with out leave

M.L. Batchler, seaman - reported on board this vessel from sick leave

4:00PM to Mid:- Calm to light ENe airs hazy, thunder storm, partly clear Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 66°-67° A. Wilson Clark Ensign

A. Harn, 1^ class boy - Liberty party returned on time except him

A. Harn, 1^ class boy - returned aboard this vessel two hours absence

11:00 M.L. Batefly - reported aboard this vessel


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

coal: 45 tons 752 lbs -

coal: 45 tons 752 lbs -


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31 January 1919

Mid to 9:00AM:- Calm, rain, partly cloudy Crew employed variously Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9AM to 4PM Light ESE Airs to Light SW Airs Overcat to partly cloudy passing showers Crew employed with scraping and cleaning bright wood work in pulling boats 10:15 C. Goetzler oiler 1st class returned from 10 day's leave * E.T. Johnson Electrician 2 class left this vessel on 3 days leave granted by Commanding Officer B. Hansen watertender left this vessel on 3 days leave granted by Commanding Officer R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18 Ensign W.B. Huebner, this day took oath of Office as Lieutenant (J.G.) Half masted colors by order's Senior Officer Naval Reserve Station Omitted drills account of necessary work Granted liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

C. Goetzler oiler 1st class - returned from 10 day's leave

E.T. Johnson Electrician 2 class - left this vessel on 3 days leave granted by Commanding Officer

B. Hansen watertender - left this vessel on 3 days leave granted by Commanding Officer

C. Litzenstein - sea - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

R.E. Garrett - bugler - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

J. Allen - sea - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

G.W. Dettmering - sea - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

L.E. Kilborn - cox - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

H.D. Platt - Sea - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

L.M. Howard - sea - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

F. Cadematori - Cox - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

W.S. Barron - sea - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

C. Goth - cox - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

F. Geyer - sea - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

C. Greenhalge - sea - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

R.S. Mengel - sea - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

C.H. Kirkman - sea - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

R.J. McLeod - cox - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

H. Slert ships cook 3rd class - R.E. Garrett - bugler C. Litzenstein - sea D.T. Figueroa fir-1st cl L.E. Kilborn - cox J. Allen - sea H.D. Platt - Sea G.W. Dettmering - sea F. Cadematori - Cox W.S. Barron - sea C. Goth - cox L.M. Howard - sea F. Geyer - sea R.S. Mengel - sea H. Adler - quartermaster 2 class C. Greenhalge - sea C.H. Kirkman - sea R.J. McLeod - cox H. Slert ships cook 3rd class The following men of Naval Reserve Force left vessel this day, Released from active service Under Bureau Navigation, Circular letters 212-18 225-18

Ensign W.B. Huebner - this day took oath of Office as Lieutenant (J.G.)

4PM to Mid Gentle SW breeze to Modrate Partly cloudy Inspected Magazine and powder sample's Tempture 66°-66° W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

* leave of absence and ten days extension on account of sickness granted by Commanding Officer.

C. Joetyler, oiler - returned from 10 days leave

C. I. Johnson - left this vessel on 3 dys leave

B. Hansen - left this vessel on 3 days leave


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F. G. Dodge Senior Captain - Mrs F.G. Dodge, 940, American Ave. Long B'ch

T. G. Lewton Capt. of Engrs. - Mrs Elizabeth Y. Lewton 527 Atlantic St. Long Beach, Cal.

W. K. Thompson Captain - Mrs W.K. Thompson, Palace Apts. Long Beach, Cal.

S. W. Connor Lieut. (MC) USNRF - Mrs S.W. Connor, Sunset Court Apts. San Pedro, Cal.

C. E. Anderson Lieut. (D) USNRF - Mrs. H.D. O'Neil, 810 Spruce St. Seattle, Washington

G. V. S. Harvey Lieut (jg) USN - Mrs. Guy Harvey, 630, Myers St. Portland, Oregon.

W. B. Huebner Lieut (jg) USNRF - Mrs. W.B. Huebner, 1453 West 52nd St., Los Angeles, Cal.

A. Wilson Clark Ensign, USNRF - Mrs. A. Wilson Clark, PO Box, 960 Medford, Oregon.

W. B. Gale Ensign USNRF -

S. B. Johnson Bos'n - Mrs. S.B. Johnson, 318, Winchester Drive Long Beach, Cal.

F. C. C. Greene Gunner - Mrs F.C.C. Greene, 125 Daisy, Ave Long Beach, Cal.

K. P. Floe Machinist - Mrs. K.P. Floe, 637, Seventh St. San Pedro, Cal

N. Brunila Carpenter - A. Brunila, Kotka Finland


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LOGS FOR FEBRUARY 1919


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

coal: 42 tons 2072 lbs -


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1 February 1919

Mid to 9AM Moderate WSW breeze to Fresh partly clear Crew employed with saturday morning cleaning Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner Lt (JG)

From 9AM to 4PM From fresh WSW breeze to gentle WSW breeze. Overcast to cloudy. Passing rain squalls Smooth Sea. Crew employed with Saturday cleaning Rated this day C.D. Lincoln Seaman 1st class USNRF to Quartermaster 3d class - H.F. Bower Seaman 1st class USNRF to Coxswain P.H. Pratt Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J. Mayo Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J.B.S. Wolyniec Ordinary Seaman USCG to Seaman 1:00 V Ekman coxswain E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class and J.P. Mayo coxswain left vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 1:30 P.H. Pratt cox returned aboard from Isolation camp US Sub Marine base San Pedro. Commanding Officer inspected vessel. Granted liberty to the watch C.E. Anderson Lieutenant

C.D. Lincoln Seaman 1st class USNRF - Rated this day C.D. Lincoln Seaman 1st class USNRF to Quartermaster 3d class - H.F. Bower Seaman 1st class USNRF to Coxswain P.H. Pratt Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J. Mayo Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J.B.S. Wolyniec Ordinary Seaman USCG to Seaman

H.F. Bower Seaman 1st class USNRF - Rated this day C.D. Lincoln Seaman 1st class USNRF to Quartermaster 3d class - H.F. Bower Seaman 1st class USNRF to Coxswain P.H. Pratt Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J. Mayo Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J.B.S. Wolyniec Ordinary Seaman USCG to Seaman

P.H. Pratt Seaman 1st class USNRF - Rated this day C.D. Lincoln Seaman 1st class USNRF to Quartermaster 3d class - H.F. Bower Seaman 1st class USNRF to Coxswain P.H. Pratt Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J. Mayo Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J.B.S. Wolyniec Ordinary Seaman USCG to Seaman

J. Mayo Seaman 1st class USNRF - Rated this day C.D. Lincoln Seaman 1st class USNRF to Quartermaster 3d class - H.F. Bower Seaman 1st class USNRF to Coxswain P.H. Pratt Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J. Mayo Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J.B.S. Wolyniec Ordinary Seaman USCG to Seaman

J.B.S. Wolyniec Ordinary Seaman USCG - Rated this day C.D. Lincoln Seaman 1st class USNRF to Quartermaster 3d class - H.F. Bower Seaman 1st class USNRF to Coxswain P.H. Pratt Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J. Mayo Seaman 1st class USNRF to coxswain J.B.S. Wolyniec Ordinary Seaman USCG to Seaman

J.P. Mayo coxswain - V Ekman coxswain E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class and J.P. Mayo coxswain left vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

V Ekman coxswain - V Ekman coxswain E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class and J.P. Mayo coxswain left vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class - V Ekman coxswain E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class and J.P. Mayo coxswain left vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

P.H. Pratt cox - returned aboard from Isolation camp US Sub Marine base San Pedro

From 4PM to Mid. From gentle WSW breeze to light NW breeze cloudy Smooth Sea Inspected Magazine and powder Samples tested flood cocks temp = 62°-65° C.E. Anderson Lieut

U. Ebeman, E. Meyers and P. Moyn - left vessel ten days leave

P. H. Pratt - returned aboard from Isolation Camp U.S. Sub Marine Base San Pedro


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san pedro

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coal: 40 tons 1552 lbs -


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2 February 1918

Mid to 9AM Light variable airs cloudy passing rain squalls. Smooth. Crew employed with Sunday Morning routine C.E. Anderson Lieut

9AM to 4PM. Light ENE airs, mostly cloudy to drizzling rain. 12:00 Granted liberty to the watch. Liberty party returned on time R.M. Morrison, seaman, returned from 3 days leave. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)

R.M. Morrison, seaman - returned from 3 days leave

4PM to Mid. Light ENE airs; drizzling rain. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 64°-66°. G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut. (jg)

R. M. Morrison - returned from 3 days leave


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san pedro cal

Lat , Long

coal: 38 tons 132 lbs -


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3 February 1919

Mid. to 9AM. Light NW to NNE airs, clear to partly cloudy. Crew employed with morning routine. Liberty party returned on time. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg).

9AM to 4PM. Calm to Light WSW air Clear blue sky Crew employed with painting pulling boats also boat gear. R.M. Morrison seaman left this vessel on account of discharged from active service, Bureau, Navigation circular letters 225-18 10:30 United States Hydro-planes #1833-#1836 came to anchor off Submarine base Granted liberty to the Watch Omitted quarters and drills account of necessary work W.B. Huebner, Lieut. (JG)

R.M. Morrison seaman - left this vessel on account of discharged from active service, Bureau, Navigation circular letters 225-18

4PM to Mid Light NWbyN air to calm Clear Inspected Magazine and powder sample Tempture 65°-66° W.B. Huebner, Lieut (JG)

R. M. Morrison seaman - left this vessel on account of discharged from activ service


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

coal: 95 tons 1252 lbs -


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4 February 1919

Mid to 9AM Light NbyE air to light NbyW air Clear to partly cloudy Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner Lieut (JG)

9AM to 4PM. Light variable airs cloudy Smooth Sea. Crew employed in painting life boats and waterline. 12:00 E.T. Johnson electrician 2nd class and B. Hansen Watertender returned from three days leave of absent granted by Commanding Officer. N. Brununna carpenter returned from twenty days leave of absence granted by Headquarters 12:00 H Lampshire coxswain left on ten days leave of absence granted by comanding Officer. D.L. Beal Fireman 1st class left on Seven days leave of absence granted by comanding Officer. 2:00 S.B. Johnsen boatswain left vessel on 30 days leave of absence granted by Headquarters telegram of Januari 16th 1919 (72) Omitted Quarters and drills on account of necessary work 1:30 Paymaster W.B. Gale left vessel for five (5) thousand dollars. C.E. Anderson Lieut

B. Hansen Watertender - E.T. Johnson electrician 2nd class and B. Hansen Watertender returned from three days leave of absent granted by Commanding Officer

E.T. Johnson electrician 2nd class - E.T. Johnson electrician 2nd class and B. Hansen Watertender returned from three days leave of absent granted by Commanding Officer

N. Brununna carpenter - returned from twenty days leave of absence granted by Headquarters

H Lampshire coxswain - left on ten days leave of absence granted by comanding Officer

D.L. Beal Fireman 1st class - left on Seven days leave of absence granted by comanding Officer

S.B. Johnsen boatswain - left vessel on 30 days leave of absence granted by Headquarters telegram of Januari 16th 1919 (72)

Paymaster W.B. Gale - left vessel for five (5) thousand dollars

4PM to Mid Calm and cloudy Smooth Sea. 4:15 Paymaster W.B. Gale returned to this vessel with five (5) thousand dollars. Inspected magazine and powder samples temp 65°-67° granted liberty to the watch C.E. Anderson Lt

Paymaster W.B. Gale - returned to this vessel with five (5) thousand dollars

E. S. Jalenson electrician 2^ class and Hansen - returned from three days leave

N. Brummer carpenter - returned from twenty days leave

U. Lampshire - left ten days leave

D. L. Beal Fireman 1^ class - left au seven days leave

S. P. Palmsen boatcusin - left vessel au 30 days leave

Paymaster W. B. Gales - left vessel for five (5) thousand dollars

Paymaster W. B. Gale - returned to this vessel with five (5) thousand dollars


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san pedro

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coal: 33 tons 732 lbs -


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5 February 1918

Mid. to 9AM. Calm and Overcast Smooth Sea Crew employed with Morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to 4PM. Calm to Light SSW airs to calm; overcast to mostly cloudy Received information that C.D. Lincoln, quartermaster, is sick at this home with measles. H. H. Beck, storekeeper 2d cl left vessel on 10 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:00 Ships Surgeon left vessel to remove C.D. Lincoln, quartermaster, to the Submarine Base Hospital. Crew employed painting ships boats. Engineer's force employed cleaning and painting coal bunkers. Because of this work omitted quarters and drills. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg).

C.D. Lincoln, quartermaster - Received information that C.D. Lincoln, quartermaster, is sick at this home with measles

H. H. Beck, storekeeper 2d cl - left vessel on 10 days leave granted by Commanding Officer

C.D. Lincoln, quartermaster - 1:00 Ships Surgeon left vessel to remove C.D. Lincoln, quartermaster, to the Submarine Base Hospital

4PM to Mid. Calm, overcast to cloudy Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 65°-67°. G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut (jg.)


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coal: 30 tons 2052 lbs -


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6 February 1919

Mid. to 9AM. Light NW airs; cloudy to overcast. Crew employed with morning routine. Liberty party returned on time. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg.)

9AM to 4PM Calm Overcast to partly clear Crew employed with cleaning forward hold's Engine room force employed with painting bunkers Omitted quarters and drills account of above mentioned work Granted liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner Lieut (JG)

4PM to Mid Calm partly clear Inspected magazine and powder sample Tempture 65°-68° W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

coal: 28 tons 1730 lbs -


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7 February 1919

Mid to 9AM) Light NW air to Calm partly clear Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

9AM to 4PM. Calm Overcast to cloudy Smooth Sea Crew employed taking Ships gear aboard that been ub storage at US Submarine base San Pedro California R.E. McNaughton seaman 2nd class USNRF left Ship for Isolation camp at Sub Marine base Suffering with Mumps. C.D. Lincoln Quartermaster 3d class returned aboard from Isolation camp at Sub Marine base Omitted quarters and drills on account of Necessary work Board of Investigation Ordered by Commanding Officer Meet in case of T.H. Hopkins Boy 1s tclass US Coast Guard. C.E. Anderson, Lt.

R.E. McNaughton seaman 2nd class USNRF - left Ship for Isolation camp at Sub Marine base Suffering with Mumps

C.D. Lincoln Quartermaster 3d class - returned aboard from Isolation camp at Sub Marine base

T.H. Hopkins Boy 1s tclass US Coast Guard - Board of Investigation Ordered by Commanding Officer Meet in case of T.H. Hopkins Boy 1s tclass US Coast Guard

4PM to Mid Calm and cloudy Smooth Sea. Inspected Magazines and powder Samples. temp 65° 68° 7:00 Held Night Signal drills granted liberty to the watch Carl E. Anderson Lt.

R. E. Naughtaux - left ship for Isolation Camp at Submarine base suffering with mumps

C. D. Lincoln quartemaster 3^ class - returned aboard from Isolation camp at Submarine base


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coal: 26 tons 1312 lbs -


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8 February 1919

Mid to 9AM Calm and cloudy partly hazy Smooth Sea crew employed with Saturday Morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson, Lt

9AM to 4PM. Light SW airs; mostly cloudy. Crew employed with Saturday routine cleaning. * Ordinarily discharged Theodor Harold Hopkins, 1st class boy discharge No. 4073 in accordance with recomendation of a board of investigation and article 370, (d) Regulations. 12:00 Granted liberty to the watch. C. Mathis, carpenters mate 3d class left vessel on 1 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut (jg).

Theodor Harold Hopkins, 1st class boy - Ordinarily discharged Theodor Harold Hopkins, 1st class boy discharge No. 4073 in accordance with recomendation of a board of investigation and article 370, (d) Regulations

C. Mathis, carpenters mate 3d class - left vessel on 1 days leave granted by Commanding Officer

* Commanding Officer inspected Vessel 4:00 J.H. Bingham Pharmacist Mate 2nd class USN left vessel to accompany M.L. Balchaller Seaman 1st class USNR who is being transfered frmo this vessel to US Naval at Mare Island Navy Yard California

J.H. Bingham Pharmacist Mate 2nd class USN - 4:00 J.H. Bingham Pharmacist Mate 2nd class USN left vessel to accompany M.L. Balchaller Seaman 1st class USNR who is being transfered frmo this vessel to US Naval at Mare Island Navy Yard California

M.L. Balchaller Seaman 1st class USNR - 4:00 J.H. Bingham Pharmacist Mate 2nd class USN left vessel to accompany M.L. Balchaller Seaman 1st class USNR who is being transfered frmo this vessel to US Naval at Mare Island Navy Yard California

4PM to Mid Light variable airs cloudy Smooth Sea Inspected magazine and powder Samples tested flood cock temp 64°-67° G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut (jg.)

Theodor Harold Hopkins, 1^ class boy - discharge N. 4073

C. Mathis, carpenter matre 3^ class - left vassel on 1 days leave

J. C. Binglean Pharmaciste Mate 2^ class USN - left vessel to accompany M. L. Balchanev seaman 1^ class USN who is being transfered from this vessel to U. S. Navy at Mare Island Navy Yard California


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san pedro

Lat , Long

Smith Davis Disbrow Hanna McNaughton Meyers Mathis Beal Ekman Bingham Beck Mayo

coal: 24 tons 692 lbs -


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9 February 1919

Mid to 9AM. Calm and Overcast Crew employed with Sunday Morning routine. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg.)

9AM to 4PM Calm to Light SW Air Overcast 12:00 Granted liberty to watch Liberty party returned on time 1:00pm Captain F.G. Dodge left vessel on 20 days leave of absence authorized by Head Quarters letter of January 3rd W.B. Huebner Lieut (JG)

Captain F.G. Dodge - left vessel on 20 days leave of absence authorized by Head Quarters letter of January 3rd

4PM to Mid Calm Overcast Inspected Magazine and powder sample Temp. 65°-67°. W.B. Huebner Lieut (JG)

Captain F.G. Dodge - left vessel on 20 days leave


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Hanna McNaughton Meyers Beal Ekman Beck Mayo

coal: 21 tons 512 lbs -


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10 February 1919

Mid to 9AM Calm to Light SSW air Misty weather Overcast Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner Lieut (JG)

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Calm to light SSW airs, partly clear 9:30 C. Matheis, carpenters mate 2d class reported aboard this vessel from one days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer 9:35 Up anchor and under way 9:55 Made fast Outer Harbor dock. 1:10 All fresh water tanks filled 1:15 Cast off from dock 1:22 Came to anchor, Outer Harbor San Pedro California, in 8 fathoms of water 30 fathoms port chain. 3:00 Received orders from Commanding Officer, Submarine Base, San Pedro California to proceed to San Diego and coal ship J.H. Bingham, Pharmacist Mate 2d class USN reported aboard this vessle after completion of duty assigned February 8th by the Commanding Officer of this vessel Crew employed with routine work and securing for sea Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work A. Wilson Clark Ensign

C. Matheis, carpenters mate 2d class - reported aboard this vessel from one days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

J.H. Bingham, Pharmacist Mate 2d class USN - reported aboard this vessle after completion of duty assigned February 8th by the Commanding Officer of this vessel

4:00PM to Mid:- light SE to fresh SSE breeze, partly clear to cloudy. Inspected magazine and powder samples - Temprature 65-67 granted liberty to the watch. A. Wilson Clark


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san pedro california

Lat 33.27, Long -117.83

Smith Hanna McNaughton

coal: 14 tons 682 lbs -


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11 February 1919

varius courses in san diego bay

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2

Mid to 8:00AM Moderate SSE to SW breeze, overcast and rain 7:30 Sent message to Commanding Officer Submarine Base, requesting permission to sail, in accordance with orders received February 10th. 7:53 Received permission to sail, signed Commdg Officer Submarine Base Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

8AM to Mer. From Moderate SW Breeze to light SW breeze cloudy choppy Sea. Crew employed in Securing for Sea. 8:30 up anchor and stood varius courses out San Pedro harbor. 8:35 San Pedro lighthouse abeam 1/4 Mile dist off log 10.0 changed course to SE3/4E by standard compass. Wish course was steered to end of watch Recieved information that W.H. Disbrow and R.G. Davis Seaman USNRF who were left in the Naval Hospital at Mare Ilsand California had been detached and sent to other Commands. C.E. Anderson Lt

W.H. Disbrow - Recieved information that W.H. Disbrow and R.G. Davis Seaman USNRF who were left in the Naval Hospital at Mare Ilsand California had been detached and sent to other Commands

R.G. Davis - Recieved information that W.H. Disbrow and R.G. Davis Seaman USNRF who were left in the Naval Hospital at Mare Ilsand California had been detached and sent to other Commands

Merid to 4PM. Light SW breeze to SW airs; overcast and passing showers, moderate sea. On course SE3/4E standard compass. 3:00 (72.2) Changed course to SSE3/4E standard compass and so to end of watch. Omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work and inclement weather. Crew employed cleaning ships boats & launches. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

4PM to Mid Light SW airs to Moderate SW breeze cloudy. Smooth Sea. On course SSE3/4E standard comp. 4:10 Point Loma light abeam log 84.0 changed course and stood varius courses in San Diego bay. 4:40 came to anchor off US Naval coaling Station San Diego harbor in 7 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms port chain. Inspected magazine and Powder Samples temp. - 65°-67. granted liberty to the watch Reported arrival by radio to Commander, Submarine Base and Division Two Pacific Fleet C.E. Anderson Lt


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san diego

Lat 32.7, Long -117.2

coal: 10.0 tons - Fuel Received 10.0 tons Expended 2 tons 920 lbs Remaining 11.1 tons 2002 lbs


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12 February 1919

Mid. to 9AM. From Moderate SW breeze to gentle Westerly breeze to light NW Airs cloudy Smooth Sea. 6:40 coal barge alongside. crew employed in getting ready to coal ship 8:00 Started to coal ship. Draft before coaling = 11 feet Forward 13.9 aft. Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to 4PM. Light SW airs to calm; cloudy to clear. Crew employed coaling ship. 10:30 Commanding Officer called officially on Commanding Officer of USS Minneapolis, flagship of the Pacific Fleet and Admiral Fullam, in Command Division 2 Pacific Fleet. 2:30 USS Vicksburg left harbor. 4:00 Knocked off coaling for the day and granted liberty to the watch. Omitted quarters and drills on account of coaling G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

USS Minneapolis - 10:30 Commanding Officer called officially on Commanding Officer of USS Minneapolis, flagship of the Pacific Fleet and Admiral Fullam, in Command Division 2 Pacific Fleet

Admiral Fullam - 10:30 Commanding Officer called officially on Commanding Officer of USS Minneapolis, flagship of the Pacific Fleet and Admiral Fullam, in Command Division 2 Pacific Fleet

USS Vicksburg - 2:30 USS Vicksburg left harbor

4PM to Mid. Light SW airs to calm; clear. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 65-68°. 5:40 USS Albany left harbor. 6:15 USS New Orleans left harbor. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

USS Albany - 5:40 USS Albany left harbor

USS New Orleans - 6:15 USS New Orleans left harbor


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san diego

Lat 33.03, Long -117.62

coal: 110 tons 00 lbs - Fuel Received 110 tons 00 lbs Expended 7 tons 1020 lbs Remaining 114 tons 942 lbs

at anchor 14hrs 50mins, underway 9hrs 10mins, cruised 86 miles

coal: 110 tons -


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13 February 1919

various courses into san pedro harbor

Lat 12.5, Long 122.3

Mid. to 8AM Calm; clear. Crew employed coaling ship. 7:00 finished coaling having taken aboard 110 tons of steaming coal draft forward 12'3" aft 14'3" Liberty party returned on time. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg).

coal: 110 tons - 7:00 finished coaling having taken aboard 110 tons of steaming coal

8PM to Merid. Light NNE air to Calm partly cloudy Smooth sea. 8:15 Anchor up headed various courses for sea out of San Diego Bay. 8:45 Streamed log (84.6) 9:05 Point Loma abeam Log (86.5) Set course NW3/8W standard compass this course throughout the rest of the watch Crew employed with cleaning ship and stowing coaing gear W.B. Huebner Lieut (JG)

Merid to 4:00 PM:- Light WNW airs, partly cloudy, smooth sea. Course NW3/8W standard compass throught Crew employed washing paint work and cleaning after coaling Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work cleaning ship A. Wilson Clark Ensign

4PM to Mid Light WNW airs to Light SSE airs Partly cloudy to Clear blue sky ~:00 Log in (65.3) then steering various courses into San Pedro harbor. 5:25 Anchored in San Pedro harbor to 30 fathoms of Port chain in 7 fathoms of water. Commanding officer this vessel reported to commanding Officer Submarine base San Pedro Granted liberty to the watch Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 65°-68° W.BN. Huebner, Lieut (JG)


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Unalga -

8 officers present, 85 total rations issued

other: 112 tons 472 pounds remaining - 2 tons 520 pounds expended

200 tons 200 gall water expended


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14 February 1919

Mid to 9AM. Light NW air Cloudy Crew employed with morning routine Following USNRF men returned from leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer having reported to Commanding Officer Submarine Base San Pedro on time V. Ekman coxman from 10 days leave E. Meyers gunners mate 2nd class from 10 days leave J. Mayo coxman returned from 10 days leave D.L. Beal firman 1st class returned from 7 days leave Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner Lieut (JG)

V. Ekman coxman - Following USNRF men returned from leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer having reported to Commanding Officer Submarine Base San Pedro on time V. Ekman coxman from 10 days leave E. Meyers gunners mate 2nd class from 10 days leave J. Mayo coxman returned from 10 days leave D.L. Beal firman 1st class returned from 7 days leave

E. Meyers gunners mate 2nd class - Following USNRF men returned from leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer having reported to Commanding Officer Submarine Base San Pedro on time V. Ekman coxman from 10 days leave E. Meyers gunners mate 2nd class from 10 days leave J. Mayo coxman returned from 10 days leave D.L. Beal firman 1st class returned from 7 days leave

J. Mayo coxman - Following USNRF men returned from leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer having reported to Commanding Officer Submarine Base San Pedro on time V. Ekman coxman from 10 days leave E. Meyers gunners mate 2nd class from 10 days leave J. Mayo coxman returned from 10 days leave D.L. Beal firman 1st class returned from 7 days leave

D.L. Beal firman 1st class - Following USNRF men returned from leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer having reported to Commanding Officer Submarine Base San Pedro on time V. Ekman coxman from 10 days leave E. Meyers gunners mate 2nd class from 10 days leave J. Mayo coxman returned from 10 days leave D.L. Beal firman 1st class returned from 7 days leave

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Light Variable airs, partly clear Crew employed washing paint work A. Wiedersich oiler 2d class left vessel on two days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. T. Okamoto Cabin Steward, left vessel on 4:00 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.L. Smith apprentice seaman USN removed from the vessel to Isolation camp Submarine Base by order of ships Surgeon granted liberty to the watch Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work A. Wilson Clark Ensign

A. Wiedersich oiler 2d class - left vessel on two days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

T. Okamoto Cabin Steward - left vessel on 4:00 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

F.L. Smith apprentice seaman USN - removed from the vessel to Isolation camp Submarine Base by order of ships Surgeon

4:00PM to Mid.:- Light variable airs partly clear. 4:30 The submarines L-5-6-7-8 arrived in port and made fast to dock at Submarine base, San Pedro California 11:30 The USS Alert arrived in port and came to anchor in the Outer Harbor San Pedro California. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temprature 65°-67° A. Wilson Clark Ensign

USS Alert - 11:30 The USS Alert arrived in port and came to anchor in the Outer Harbor San Pedro California

W. K. Thompson - Under the command of...


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Hanna McNaughton F.L. Smith Okamoto Wiedersich


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15 February 1919

Mid to 9:00AM Calm, partly cloudy Crew employed with weekly cleaning Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9AM to 4PM From light SW airs to gentle SW breeze. clear. Smooth. Crew employed with Saturday cleaning. H. Lampshire Coxswain USNR returned from ten days leave of absent granted by commanding Officer. Commanding Officer inspected Vessel 9:15 The following Submarines arrived in port, and made fast to wharf at US Submarine base H-8, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, H-9, H-3, F-3, F-2, followed in by SC308. 12:00 granted liberty to the watch. Quarantine F. Vertseer pharmacist Mate 3d class USN 30 days for using abusive language to a Superior Officer. C.E. Anderson Lieut

H. Lampshire Coxswain USNR - returned from ten days leave of absent granted by commanding Officer

H-8 - 9:15 The following Submarines arrived in port, and made fast to wharf at US Submarine base H-8, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, H-9, H-3, F-3, F-2, followed in by SC308

H-5 - 9:15 The following Submarines arrived in port, and made fast to wharf at US Submarine base H-8, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, H-9, H-3, F-3, F-2, followed in by SC308

H-4 - 9:15 The following Submarines arrived in port, and made fast to wharf at US Submarine base H-8, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, H-9, H-3, F-3, F-2, followed in by SC308

H-6 - 9:15 The following Submarines arrived in port, and made fast to wharf at US Submarine base H-8, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, H-9, H-3, F-3, F-2, followed in by SC308

H-9 - 9:15 The following Submarines arrived in port, and made fast to wharf at US Submarine base H-8, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, H-9, H-3, F-3, F-2, followed in by SC308

H-3 - 9:15 The following Submarines arrived in port, and made fast to wharf at US Submarine base H-8, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, H-9, H-3, F-3, F-2, followed in by SC308

F-3 - 9:15 The following Submarines arrived in port, and made fast to wharf at US Submarine base H-8, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, H-9, H-3, F-3, F-2, followed in by SC308

F-2 - 9:15 The following Submarines arrived in port, and made fast to wharf at US Submarine base H-8, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, H-9, H-3, F-3, F-2, followed in by SC308

H-7 - 9:15 The following Submarines arrived in port, and made fast to wharf at US Submarine base H-8, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, H-9, H-3, F-3, F-2, followed in by SC308

SC308 - 9:15 The following Submarines arrived in port, and made fast to wharf at US Submarine base H-8, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, H-9, H-3, F-3, F-2, followed in by SC308

F. Vertseer pharmacist Mate 3d class USN - Quarantine F. Vertseer pharmacist Mate 3d class USN 30 days for using abusive language to a Superior Officer

From 4PM to Mid Light variable airs, clear. Smooth Sea Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp. 65°-68 tested flood cock C.E. Anderson (Lieut)


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Hanna McNaughton F.L. Smith Okamoto Wiedersich


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16 February 1918

From Mid to 9AM Light variable airs to calm, clear. Smooth Sea Crew employed with Sunday Morning routine C.E. Anderson Lieut

9AM to 4PM. Calm to gentle WSW breeze; clear to partly cloudy. 12:00 H.H. Beck, SK 2cl returned from 10 days leave. Liberty party returned on time Granted liberty to the watch. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg).

H.H. Beck, SK 2cl - returned from 10 days leave

4PM to Mid Gentle WSW to light WSW breeze to NE airs; partly cloudy. Inspected magazine and powders samples, temperature 67°-68°. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg).


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san pedro cal

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Hanna F.L. Smith Okamoto


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17 February 1919

Mid. to 9AM Calm; cloudy. Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg).

9AM to 4PM. Light SSW air to Gentle SW breeze partly clear Crew employed with scraping bright wood work in cabin A. Wiedersich Oiler 2nd class returned from 2 days leave of absence granted by commanding Officer Granted liberty to the watch Omitted drills account of necesry work W.B. Huebner, Lieut (JG)

A. Wiedersich Oiler 2nd class - returned from 2 days leave of absence granted by commanding Officer

4PM to Mid Fresh SW breeze to Moderate WNW breeze Clear blue sky to Cloudy 7:50 # on port chain making 40 fathoms out on port anchor Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 66°-66° W.B. Huebner, Lieut (JG)

# veered to 40 fathom


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith F.L. Smith Hanna Okamoto


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18 February 1919

Mid to 9AM Light NNW air to Light NW air Hazy to clear Crew employed with morning routine Liberty returned on time W.B. Huebner, Lieut. (JG)

9:00AM to 4:00 Light NW airs to light breeze, clear to partly cloudy Crew employed touching up and washing paint work reeving boat falls and lawing paint off starboard wale boat 11:45 Lieutenant E. W. Scott, Dental Corps USNRF reported aboard this vessel in accordance with Bureau of Navigation Telegram 10831-7 Antone Bernhard Eriksen Quartermaster (acting) received notification papers from District Court, County of Los Angeles, California #967486 Received information that M.L. Hanna, fireman 3d class USNRF, left in Hospital at Mare Island, California, has been transfered to Receiving Ship at Mare Island California. C. Goetzler, Oiler 1st class, sent to Marine Hospital, Los Angeles, Cal R.E. McNaughton, seaman 2d class USNRF reported aboard this vessel from Submarine Base Isolation camp Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work Granted liberty to the watch. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

Lieutenant E. W. Scott, Dental Corps USNRF - reported aboard this vessel in accordance with Bureau of Navigation Telegram 10831-7

Antone Bernhard Eriksen Quartermaster (acting) - received notification papers from District Court, County of Los Angeles, California #967486

M.L. Hanna, fireman 3d class USNRF - Received information that M.L. Hanna, fireman 3d class USNRF, left in Hospital at Mare Island, California, has been transfered to Receiving Ship at Mare Island California

C. Goetzler, Oiler 1st class - sent to Marine Hospital, Los Angeles, Cal

R.E. McNaughton, seaman 2d class USNRF - reported aboard this vessel from Submarine Base Isolation camp

4:00PM to Mid:- Light NW breeze partly cloudy to clear. Inspected magazine and powder samples - temprature 64°-66° A. Wilson Clark Ensign


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith F.L. Smith Goetzler


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19 February 1919

Mid to 9:00AM Light NW to northerly airs - partly cloudy Crew employed washing down Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9AM to 4PM. Light variable airs, cloudy. Smooth Sea crew employed in scraping and painting life boats T. Okamoto Cabin Steward returned from 4 days leave of absence granted by commanding Officer Omitted Quarters and drills on account of Necessary Work 4:00 granted liberty to the watch C.E. Anderson (Lieut)

T. Okamoto Cabin Steward - returned from 4 days leave of absence granted by commanding Officer

4PM to Mid Light variable airs to calm cloudy Smooth Sea Inspected magazines and powder samples temp 64°-66° C.E. Anderson Lieut


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3


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20 February 1919

Mid to 9AM. Light variable airs cloudy Smooth Sea Crew employed with Morning routine Liberty party returned on time, except M.V. Wilson Seaman 2nd class USN who is absent Without leave. W.E. Delong Seaman 2nd class USNR absent without leave C.E. Anderson, Lieut

M.V. Wilson Seaman 2nd class USN - Liberty party returned on time, except M.V. Wilson Seaman 2nd class USN who is absent Without leave. W.E. Delang Seaman 2nd class USNR absent without leave

W.E. Delong Seaman 2nd class USNR - Liberty party returned on time, except M.V. Wilson Seaman 2nd class USN who is absent Without leave. W.E. Delang Seaman 2nd class USNR absent without leave

9AM To 4PM Gentle WSW breeze to Fresh western breeze Cloudy Choppy sea Crew employed with bringing stores on board M.V. Wilson seaman 2nd class, W.E. Delong seaman 2nd class quarantined for 11 days by commanding officer account of absence after leave at expired. R. Smith machinist 1st class, C Goetzler oiler 1st class Transfered from US Marine Hospital Los Angeles to US Marine hospital San Francisco Cal. Granted liberty to the watch Omitted quarters and drills account of necessary work 1:37 Veered to 60 fathoms port chain W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

M.V. Wilson seaman 2nd class - M.V. Wilson seaman 2nd class, W.E. Delong seaman 2nd class quarantined for 11 days by commanding officer account of absence after leave at expired

W.E. Delong seaman 2nd class - M.V. Wilson seaman 2nd class, W.E. Delong seaman 2nd class quarantined for 11 days by commanding officer account of absence after leave at expired

R. Smith machinist 1st class - R. Smith machinist 1st class, C Goetzler oiler 1st class Transfered from US Marine Hospital Los Angeles to US Marine hospital San Francisco Cal.

C Goetzler oiler 1st class - R. Smith machinist 1st class, C Goetzler oiler 1st class Transfered from US Marine Hospital Los Angeles to US Marine hospital San Francisco Cal.

4PM to Mid Light wset breeze Cloudy to Clear blue sky 5:45 USS Alert, passed, out bound Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 63°-65° W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

USS Alert - 5:45 USS Alert, passed, out bound


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith F.L. Smith Goetzler


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21 February 1919

Mid to 9AM Light NNW airs partly cloudy Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

9AM to 4PM. Light variable airs; partly cloudy to clear. Crew employed with general fill day cleaning. F.R. Werfner * 3d cl. left vessel on 4 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. Quarantined H. Knight, seaman 2d class, 30 days, for repeated violation to duty and failure to muster at 8PM with his watch. Quarantined R. McNaughton, seaman 2d class, 30 days, for disobedience of orders while under treatment at Submarine Base Hospital. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

F.R. Werfner - F.R. Werfner * 3d cl. left vessel on 4 days leave granted by Commanding Officer

H. Knight, seaman 2d class - Quarantined H. Knight, seaman 2d class, 30 days, for repeated violation to duty and failure to muster at 8PM with his watch

R. McNaughton, seaman 2d class - Quarantined R. McNaughton, seaman 2d class, 30 days, for disobedience of orders while under treatment at Submarine Base Hospital

4PM to Mid. Light variable airs; clear. Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 66°-66°. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

* Pharmacist Mate 3cl


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san pedro cal

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith F.L. Smith Goetzler Veertner


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22 February 1919

Mid. to 9AM. Light NNE airs, clear to partly cloudy. Crew employed with morning routine. Liberty party returned on time 8:00 Full dressed vessel in honor of Washingtons birthday. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Calm to light SW airs, partly clear. Crew employed with necessary work. observing holiday 10:00 H. Bower coxswain 3d class left his vessel on one days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer granted liberty to the watch. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

H. Bower coxswain 3d class - left his vessel on one days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

4:00 to Mid:- Light westerly airs, partly cloudy. Inspected magazine and powder Samples, temperatures 66°-66° tested flood cock. Undressed ship at sunset. A. Wilson Clark Ensign


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith F.L. Smith Goetzler Baur Veertner


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23 February 1919

Mid to 9:00AM:- Light variable airs, partly cloudy to dense fog. Crew employed washing down F.W. Mills, seaman 2cl left this vessel for isolation camp Submarine Base Suffering with Mumps. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

F.W. Mills, seaman 2cl - left this vessel for isolation camp Submarine Base Suffering with Mumps

9AM to 4PM Light SW breeze cloudy Smooth Sea. Liberty party returned on time Granted liberty to the watch C.E. Anderson (Lieut)

4PM to Mid Light variable airs partly cloudy to clear, Smooth Sea Inspected Magazine and powder samples temp 64°-66° C.E. Anderson


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith F.L. Smith Goetzler Veertner


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24 February 1919

Mid to 9AM. From light SW airs to strong NW breeze to gentle NW breeze clear to cloudy rough Sea. Crew employed with Morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lieut

9AM to 4PM - Light variable airs to gentle WSW breeze; clear to partly cloudy. Crew employed ~ new running gear and painting ships boats and in cabin. Omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work. H. Bauer, coxswain, returned from one days leave granted by commanding officer. B. Hansen, watertender, left on one days leave granted by, commanding officer. G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut (jg)

H. Bauer, coxswain - returned from one days leave granted by commanding officer

B. Hansen, watertender - left on one days leave granted by, commanding officer

4PM to Mid. Gentle WSW to light variable breeze; clear. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 67°-69°. Granted liberty to the watch. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)


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san pedro

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith F.L. Smith Goetzler Veertner Hansen


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25 February 1919

Mid to 9AM. Light variable airs to calm; clear. Liberty party returned on time. Crew employed with morning routine. 6:20 USS Alert, came to anchor in harbor G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut (jg)

USS Alert - 6:20 USS Alert, came to anchor in harbor

9AM 4PM Light Various airs to light SWbyW airs. Clear to hazy Crew employed scraping bright work and painting in Cabin and boats Omitted quarters and drills account of painting Granted liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

4PM to Mid Light west air to Calm. Clear blue sky. Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 66°-66° W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Goetzler


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26 February 1919

Mid to 9AM. Calm to Light north air Clear to hazy Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Light SW airs - partly cloudy to overcast Crew employed on paint work - Small boats and general cleaning, washed bags and hammocks. F.L. Smith, seaman 2st class, returned aboard this vessel from Isolation Camp Submarine Base, San Pedro California F.R. Vertner, pharmacist mate 3d class, returned aboard this vessel from four days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. B.N. Hansen, watertender, returned one days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 12:20 Requested permission to move vessel to dock outer Harbor San Pedro for water 13:30 Permission granted by Comdng OFficer Submarine Base 1:00 up anchor and underway 1:35 made fast to dock Outer Harbor, San Pedro California Omitted Quarters and drills in order to wash bags and hammocks. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

F.L. Smith, seaman 2st class - returned aboard this vessel from Isolation Camp Submarine Base, San Pedro California

F.R. Vertner, pharmacist mate 3d class - returned aboard this vessel from four days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

B.N. Hansen, watertender - returned one days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

4:00PM to Mid:- Light to gentle SW breeze, overcast to rain granted liberty to the watch Inspected magazine and powder Samples, Temperature 68°-66° 5:20 Finished taking Water received from Outer harbor wharf and dock company 19.882 gallons of Fresh Water A. Wilson Clark Ensign


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Goetzler


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27 February 1919

Mid to 9:00AM:- Light to gentle NW breeze, clear to partly clear. Liberty party returned on time Crew employed washing down A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9AM to 4PM. Gentle NW breeze to gentle SSW breeze. cloudy Smooth Sea crew employed painting life boats. 9:15 Left dock at San Pedro. 9:25 came to anchor in 6 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of port chain "San Pedro harbor." 2:00 The following men reported aboard fro duty, from US Naval Reserve training camp at San Pedro California in accordance with let. CO Rec Ship Mare Island California #ML.M:E.G.LK; of February 25th 1919:- Arkwright William Leaman Ships cook 2nd class USNRF Lahodny Aton F. Ships cook 4th class USN L.E. Salter 1st class boy USCG quarantined 30 days by Commanding Officer for inattention to duty Omitted Quarters and drills on account of necessary work. 4:00 Granted liberty to the watch 4:00 A. Wilson Clark Ensign USNRF left on two days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. C.E. Anderson (Lieut)

Arkwright William Leaman Ships cook 2nd class USNRF - 2:00 The following men reported aboard fro duty, from US Naval Reserve training camp at San Pedro California in accordance with let. CO Rec Ship Mare Island California #ML.M:E.G.LK; of February 25th 1919:- Arkwright William Leaman Ships cook 2nd class USNRF Lahodny Aton F. Ships cook 4th class USN

Lahodny Aton F. Ships cook 4th class USN - 2:00 The following men reported aboard fro duty, from US Naval Reserve training camp at San Pedro California in accordance with let. CO Rec Ship Mare Island California #ML.M:E.G.LK; of February 25th 1919:- Arkwright William Leaman Ships cook 2nd class USNRF Lahodny Aton F. Ships cook 4th class USN

L.E. Salter 1st class boy USCG - quarantined 30 days by Commanding Officer for inattention to duty

A. Wilson Clark Ensign USNRF - left on two days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

4PM to Mid From gentle SSW breeze to calm partly cloudy to clear. Smooth. Inspected magazine and powder Samples temp= 68°-66° C.E. Anderson (Lieut)


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Goetzler


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28 February 1919

From Mid to 9AM. Calm and overcast Smooth Sea. crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson (Lieut)

9AM to 4PM Light SW airs to gentle to light WSW breeze; partly cloudy Crew employed painting life boats and cleaning ships sides so because of necessary work omitted quarters and drills. H. Lampshire, coxswain USNRF and D.L. Beal USNRF fireman, were this day released from active duty and placed on the inactive list of the United States Navy in obedience to Bureau of Navigation letter No. 23-19 G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

D.L. Beal USNRF fireman - H. Lampshire, coxswain USNRF and D.L. Beal USNRF fireman, were this day released from active duty and placed on the inactive list of the United States Navy in obedience to Bureau of Navigation letter No. 23-19

H. Lampshire, coxswain USNRF - H. Lampshire, coxswain USNRF and D.L. Beal USNRF fireman, were this day released from active duty and placed on the inactive list of the United States Navy in obedience to Bureau of Navigation letter No. 23-19

4PM to Mid. Light WSW breeze to calm; partly cloudy Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 64°-66°. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)



LOGS FOR MARCH 1919


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san pedro cal

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3


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1 March 1919


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2193 Muster roll 2186 Log - March


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F. G. Dodge - Senior Captain

T. G. Lewton - Capt. of Engrs

W. K. Thompson - Captain

S. W. Connor - Lieut. (MG) USNRF

C. E. Anderson - Lieut. (D)

G. V. S. Harvey - Lieut. (j.g) USN

W. B. Huebner - Lieut (j.g)

A. W. Clark - Ensign

W. B. Gale - Ensign (PC)

S. B. Johnsen - Boatswain

F. C. C. Greene - Gunner

K. P. Floe - Machinist

N. Brunila - Carpenter


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LOGS FOR MARCH 1919


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san pedro cal

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Goetzler


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1 March 1919

Mid. to 9am. Light easterly airs; overcast to cloudy. Crew employed with morning routine. Liberty party returned on time except J.B. Johnston, seaman 2d class. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

J.B. Johnston, seaman 2d class - Liberty party returned on time except J.B. Johnston, seaman 2d class

9am to 4pm. Light variable airs to calm; partly cloudy to clear. Crew employed with Saturday cleaning Rated the following named men Christensen L. Seaman to coxswain Armstrong, D.L. 1st class boy to ordinary seaman Summons, E.D. ordinary seaman to seaman Granted liberty to the watch Commanding Officer Inspected Vessel. W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

Christensen L. Seaman - Rated the following named men Christensen L. Seaman to coxswain Armstrong, D.L. 1st class boy to ordinary seaman Summons, E.D. ordinary seaman to seaman

Armstrong, D.L. 1st class boy - Rated the following named men Christensen L. Seaman to coxswain Armstrong, D.L. 1st class boy to ordinary seaman Summons, E.D. ordinary seaman to seaman

Summons, E.D. ordinary seaman - Rated the following named men Christensen L. Seaman to coxswain Armstrong, D.L. 1st class boy to ordinary seaman Summons, E.D. ordinary seaman to seaman

4PM to Mid Calm Clear blue sky Inspected magazine and powder sample Temps 64° 66° Tested flood cocks W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Goetzler


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2 March 1919

Mid to 9AM Calm. Foggy weather Crew employed with morning routine Ensign A. Wilson Clark returned from two days leave of absence granted by commanding officer W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

Ensign A. Wilson Clark - returned from two days leave of absence granted by commanding officer

8:00AM to 4:00PM:- Calm, overcast to partly clear - Liberty party returned on time granted liberty to the watch 1:00 Sent F.W. Mills Seaman 2nd class USNR to isolation camp at US Submarine base San Pedro California Suffering with Mumps A. Wilson Clark Ensign

F.W. Mills Seaman 2nd class USNR - 1:00 Sent F.W. Mills Seaman 2nd class USNR to isolation camp at US Submarine base San Pedro California Suffering with Mumps

4:00PM to Mid:- calm, to light WSW airs partly clear. Inspected magazine and powder samples temprature 64° 66° A. Wilson Clark Ensign


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Goetzler Mills


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3 March 1919

Mid to 9:00AM:- Gentle WSW to light westerly breeze, partly cloudy crew employed washing down A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9AM to 4PM. From light westerly breeze to Moderate SW Wind Cloudy Smooth Sea. Crew employed cleaning hand steering gear and washing sail covers. Rated this day the following Naval reserve Men Myers, C.D. from Ships cook 3d class to Ships cook 2nd class Mayo John from coxswain to Boatswain Mate 2nd class. Ekman Victor coxswain to Boatswain Mate 2nd class. * Liberty party returned on time Omitted Quarters and drills on account of Necessary work. *As of March 1st C.E. Anderson, Lt

Myers, C.D. - Rated this day the following Naval reserve Men Myers, C.D. from Ships cook 3d class to Ships cook 2nd class Mayo John from coxswain to Boatswain Mate 2nd class. Ekman Victor coxswain to Boatswain Mate 2nd class

Mayo John - Rated this day the following Naval reserve Men Myers, C.D. from Ships cook 3d class to Ships cook 2nd class Mayo John from coxswain to Boatswain Mate 2nd class. Ekman Victor coxswain to Boatswain Mate 2nd class

Ekman Victor coxswain - Rated this day the following Naval reserve Men Myers, C.D. from Ships cook 3d class to Ships cook 2nd class Mayo John from coxswain to Boatswain Mate 2nd class. Ekman Victor coxswain to Boatswain Mate 2nd class

4PM to Mid From gentle SW breeze to light variable airs clear. Smooth Sea. 4:00 granted liberty to the watch Inspected Magazines and powder Samples. Tempt 64°-66°. Held Night Signal drills C.E. Anderson Lt


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Goetzler Mills


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4 March 1919

Mid to 9AM. From light Northerly airs to calm, clear. Smooth Crew employed with Morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lt

9am to 4pm. Calm to light SW breeze; clear. Rated this day Roy Edwards Robbins, seaman 2d class to yeoman 3d class. As of March 1st. 9:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew employed painting main deck waterways and over the side and cleaning life boats. Omitted afternoon quarters and drills because of necessary work. 3:15 Up anchor and shifted to another anchorage in San Pedro harbor. 3:40 came to Anchor, San Pedro harbor. 6 fathoms of water to 22 fathoms of port chain G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)

Roy Edwards Robbins, seaman 2d class - Rated this day Roy Edwards Robbins, seaman 2d class to yeoman 3d class. As of March 1st

4PM to Mid Light SW breeze to SW airs; clear. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 64°-66° powder samples OK Granted liberty to the watch. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg).


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san pedro

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Goetzler Mills


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5 March 1919

Mid. to 9AM. Calm to light NE airs; partly cloudy. Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

9AM to 4PM Light NW breeze to Light WNW air partly cloudy Crew employed with shellacking main deck 10:00 George D. Wright seaman 2nd class USN was transfered to Isolation camp at US Submarine base San Pedro Calif suffering with Mumps. 10:30 L.E. Sather 1st class Boy Confined to ships prison on bread and water for 5 days for disobedience of orders. 9:00 Held boat drill under oars Omitted afternoon quarters and drills account of necessary work W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

George D. Wright seaman 2nd class USN - George D. Wright seaman 2nd class USN was transfered to Isolation camp at US Submarine base San Pedro Calif suffering with Mumps

L.E. Sather 1st class Boy - Confined to ships prison on bread and water for 5 days for disobedience of orders

4PM to Mid Light NW breeze to Light NNW airs Clear blue sky Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 64°-66° Granted liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Goetzler Wright N.R. Mills


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6 March 1919

Mid. to 9AM Calm Clear to Hazy Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Calm to light Southerly airs, clear Crew employed painting over ships side, washing paintwork G. Hampton, fireman 3d class quarantined for 30 days for ~ing R.D. Dennis, seaman 2d class, removed to Isolation camp, Submarine Base San Pedro, California. suffering with Mumps. Omitted quarters on account of necessary work. held boat drill under oars for members of the Engineering force. 9:00 Held boat drills under oars. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

G. Hampton, fireman 3d class - quarantined for 30 days for ~ing

R.D. Dennis, seaman 2d class - removed to Isolation camp, Submarine Base San Pedro, California. suffering with Mumps

4:00PM to Mid:- Strong westerly to light breeze, clear to partly cloudy granted liberty to the watch Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 64°-67° 8:00 let out port chain to thirty-two fathoms A. Wilson Clark Ensign


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san pedro california

Lat 33.7, Long -118.3

Smith Goetzler Wright Dennis Mills


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7 March 1919

Mid to 9:00AM:- light WNW breeze to northerly airs clear to partly cloudy Crew employed washing down Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9AM to 4PM. Light Northerly airs to gentle NW breeze partly cloudy to clear. Smooth Sea. 9:00 Held boat drills under Oars. 11:15 S.B. Johnsen boatswain USCG reported aboard from 30 days leave of absence granted by headquarters letter of January 16, 1919 (72) 3:00 F Green Gunner USCG left on ten days leave of absent granted by Commanding Officer. Crew employed in washing close So Omitted afternoons Quarters and drills 4:00 granted liberty to the watch C.E. Anderson Lt

S.B. Johnsen boatswain USCG - reported aboard from 30 days leave of absence granted by headquarters letter of January 16, 1919 (72)

F Green Gunner USCG - left on ten days leave of absent granted by Commanding Officer

4PM to Mid Light NW airs clear Smooth Sea Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp 64°-67°. Held Night Signal drills C.E. Anderson Lt


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san pedro california

Lat 33.95, Long -118.98

Smith Goetzler Wright Dennis Mills


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8 March 1919

point fermin abeam

Lat 12.5, Long -61.7

Mid to 9AM Light Northerly airs to calm. Clear to partly cloudy Smooth Sea Crew employed with Saturday Morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lt

9am to Merid. Calm; partly cloudy. Commanding Officer inspected Vessel. 11:40 Received orders from Commanding Officer, Submarine Base, San Pedro, Cal., of even date directing vessel to proceed as soon as ready to sea, to the Navy Yard, Mare Island in accordance with 12th Naval District telegram No. 09308. Crew employed bringing aboard stores and securing for sea. 11:55 Up anchor and stood in for Outer harbor dock, San Pedro, for water 12:00 C. Mathis carpenters mate 2d class left vessel on 10 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. Watch ends with vessel going into San Pedro harbor dock for fresh water. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)

C. Mathis carpenters mate 2d class - left vessel on 10 days leave granted by Commanding Officer

Merid to 4PM Calm to Light West air partly cloudy 12:10 Made fast to dock 12:45 Started taking water 2:45 Finished taking water took on board 12,315 gallons 3:25 Left dock, going to sea under full speed on one boiler at various courses 3:45 Point Fermin abeam changed course to W1/8S per standard compass Log. (66.5) This course through out the rest of the watch W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

4:00PM to 6:00PM:- Calm, partly cloudy, smooth sea. Course W1/8S. 4:35 (73.2) Point Vincente abeam distance 1 1/4 miles, course WNW3/4W, and so ends watch A. Wilson Clark Ensign

6 to 8pm. Light variable airs cloudy Smooth Sea. Course WNW3/4W standard compass throughout watch Inspected magazen and powder samples temp 64°-64° tested flood cock. C.E. Anderson Lt

8PM to Mid. Gentle to fresh NW breeze; partly cloudy, moderate sea. On course WNW3/4W, standard compass. 10:00 (20.3) Point huenume abeam distant 6 miles changed course to W1/4N and so to end of watch. All courses by standard compass.


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at sea santa barbara channel

Lat 34.92, Long -121.08

Smith Goetzler Wright Dennis Mills Mathis


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9 March 1919

point sur light abeam log 19 16 miles dist off

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

Mid to 4AM Gentle west breeze to Moderate WNW breeze partly cloudy chopping head sea Course W1/4N throughout the watch per standard compass 1:30 Santa Barbara Light abeam Log 46.6 distance 13 miles off W.B. Huebner, Lieut jg

4:00AM to 8:00AM:- Moderate NW breeze, partly cloudy Moderate sea course W1/4N. 5:55 (80.8) Point Conception abeam, distant 7 miles course NWxW3/4W - 7:55 (94.1) Point Arguello abeam distant 8 miles course NW1/8W. All courses by standard compass - Crew employed washing down A. Wilson Clark Ensign

8AM to Mer. Gentle NNW breeze. cloudy, Moderate Sea. Course NW1/8W Standard compass through out Watch 12:00 Point Sal bearing E1/2N by standard compass. 21 Mile dist off. C.E. Anderson (Lt)

Merid. to 4PM. Light to gentle NW breeze; partly cloudy; moderate sea. On course NW1/8W standard compass thruout watch G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut (jg)

4PM to 6PM. Gentle NWbyN breeze Moderate sea On course NW1/8W standard compass thruout the watch W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

6:00 to 8:00PM:- Gentle NW breeze, partly cloudy to clear. moderate sea Course NW1/8W throughout by standard compass. Inspected magazine and powder samples, tempratures 63°-62° A. Wilson Clark Ensign

8pm to Mid Light NW breeze clear moderate Sea Course NW1/8W through out Watch Standard compass. 12:00 Point Sur light abeam (log 19) 16 miles dist off changed course to WNW3/4W Standard compass C.E. Anderson Lt


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mare island

Lat 37.28, Long -122.55

Smith Goetzler Wright Dennis Mills Mathis


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10 March 1919

varius courses up raccoon straits and san pablo bay

Lat 37.8, Long 176.2

Mid. to 4AM. Light NWxN to northerly breeze; clear; choppy sea. On course NNW3/4W, standard compass thruout watch. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

4AM to 8AM Light various airs Clear to partly cloudy. Smooth sea Crew employed with morning routine Course NNW3/4W by standard compass to 8:00am then changed to NNW3/8W by standard compass Log (89.9) W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

8:00AM to Mid:- Light Northerly airs, partly clear, Smooth sea Course NNW3/8W - 9:15 course N3/4W, (102.8) Point Montara abeam, 10:00 standing various courses for entrance of San Francisco Bay. 10:00 Sather, boy 1st class released from confinement in ships prison, having completed five days on bread and water 11:35 (25.1) Mile Rock abeam in log Watch ends standing various courses for Raccoon Strait. crew employed variously A. Wilson Clark Ensign

Sather, boy 1st class - released from confinement in ships prison, having completed five days on bread and water

Mer to 4pm. Light Northerly airs cloudy Smooth Sea. 12:15 came to anchor in Sausalito to land some personal property of Captain F.G. Dodge. 1:40 Up Anchor and stood varius courses up Raccoon Straits and San Pablo bay. crew employed getting ready for Mooring ship at Mare Island So Omitted Quarters and drills C.E. Anderson.

4:00PM to Mid:- Calm, clear 4:50 Standing various courses for Mare Island Navy Yard, California 4:55 Made fast USS Venetia, Mare Island Navy yard 5:10 Commanding Officer made official visit to Commandant of the yard 5:30 granted liberty to the watch 6:45 P. Loftis, seaman 2d class, removed to Naval Hospital, Mare Island Navy yard Inspected magazine and powder samples, temprature 64°-64° A. Wilson Clark Ensign

USS Venetia - 4:55 Made fast USS Venetia, Mare Island Navy yard

P. Loftis, seaman 2d class - removed to Naval Hospital, Mare Island Navy yard


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mare island navy yard california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3

Smith Goetzler Wright Dennis Mills Loftis Mathis


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11 March 1919

Mid to 9:00AM:- Calm, clear to overcast Crew employed washing down A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9AM to 4PM. Calm and cloudy Crew employed in various jobs around deck and engine room 10:00 Navy Yard tug came alongside and shifted Vessel Mooring Omitted Quarters and drills on account of Necessary work. granted liberty to the watch C.E. Anderson Lt

4PM to Mid calm. and. cloudy. Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp 62°-62° C.E. Anderson Lt


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mare island navy yard

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3

Goetzler Wright Dennis Mills Loftis Mathis


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12 March 1919

Mid to 9AM. Calm and cloudy Crew employed with Morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to 4PM. Calm to southerly airs; overcast to raining. Crew employed bringing aboard stores and breaking out and cleaning fore holds. A. Dahms, elec. 1st class, left vessel on twenty days leave of absence, granted by authority Headquarters letter of February 11th, 1919, (73). Honorably discharged Gabriel John Simi, fireman, USCG, expiration first term full enlistment, discharge No. 11837. Ordinarily discharged Carl Gage, watertender, USCG at his own request, authority Headquarters letter of January 17th, 1919, (73) Robert A. Smith, machinist, mate 1st cl. reported aboard for duty having been discharged from Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Cal. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)

A. Dahms, elec. 1st class - left vessel on twenty days leave of absence, granted by authority Headquarters letter of February 11th, 1919, (73)

Gabriel John Simi, fireman, USCG - Honorably discharged Gabriel John Simi, fireman, USCG, expiration first term full enlistment, discharge No. 11837

Carl Gage, watertender - Ordinarily discharged Carl Gage, watertender, USCG at his own request, authority Headquarters letter of January 17th, 1919, (73)

Robert A. Smith, machinist, mate 1st cl. - reported aboard for duty having been discharged from Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Cal.

4PM to Mid. Light Southerly airs; overcast and raining. Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 62°-61°. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)


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mare island navy yard cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3

Goetzler Wright Dennis Mills Loftis Mathis


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13 March 1919

Mid. to 9AM. Light SSE to SE airs; raining. Crew employed with morning routine. Liberty party returned on time. G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut. (jg.)

9AM to 4PM Light South breeze to Light SW air Rain to Overcast Crew employed with breaking out forward hold also bringing stores on board A.O. Johnson fireman 1st class USNRF left this vessel on twenty days leave of absence granted by commanding Officer. A.F. Lahodney ships cook 4th class USNRF transferred to US Naval Hospital Mare Island suffering with phimosis Granted liberty to the watch Omitted quarters and drills account of necessary work W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

A.O. Johnson fireman 1st class USNRF - left this vessel on twenty days leave of absence granted by commanding Officer

A.F. Lahodney ships cook 4th class USNRF - transferred to US Naval Hospital Mare Island suffering with phimosis

4PM to Mid Light SW air Overcast and Raining Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 61°-60°


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mare island navy yard california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3

Goetzler Wright Mills Dennis Loftis Mathis Johnson Lahodny


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14 March 1919

Mid to 9AM Light NW air to Calm Rain to partly cloudy Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner Lieut jg

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Calm to light Southerly airs partly clear Crew employed at work in main hold J.H. Bingham PhM 2 class USN left vessel on two days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. G.V.S. Harvey Lieutenant jg left vessel on five days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. The following men were released from active duty, authority Bureau of Navigation Circular letter 23.19 of February 20th 1919 H.F. Bauer, coxswain USNRF C.D. Lincoln, Quartermaster 3d class USNRF and M.M. Levey, Seaman USNRF Omitted Quarters and drills account of Necessary Work. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

J.H. Bingham PhM 2 class USN - left vessel on two days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

G.V.S. Harvey Lieutenant jg - left vessel on five days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

H.F. Bauer, coxswain USNRF - The following men were released from active duty, authority Bureau of Navigation Circular letter 23.19 of February 20th 1919 H.F. Bauer, coxswain USNRF C.D. Lincoln, Quartermaster 3d class USNRF and M.M. Levey, Seaman USNRF

C.D. Lincoln, Quartermaster 3d class USNRF - The following men were released from active duty, authority Bureau of Navigation Circular letter 23.19 of February 20th 1919 H.F. Bauer, coxswain USNRF C.D. Lincoln, Quartermaster 3d class USNRF and M.M. Levey, Seaman USNRF

M.M. Levey, Seaman USNRF - The following men were released from active duty, authority Bureau of Navigation Circular letter 23.19 of February 20th 1919 H.F. Bauer, coxswain USNRF C.D. Lincoln, Quartermaster 3d class USNRF and M.M. Levey, Seaman USNRF

4:00PM to Mid:- Light Southerly airs to calm partly cloudy to clear Inspected magazine and powder samples 61° 60° 4:00 Lieutenant E.W. Scott (Dental Corps) USNRF Left on two days leave of absence granted by commanding Officer. A. Wilson Clark Ensign

Lieutenant E.W. Scott (Dental Corps) USNRF - Left on two days leave of absence granted by commanding Officer

JH Burgland - on two days leave of absence

GJS Harvey - left vessel on five days leave of absence

HJ Bauer - released from active duty

MM ~~ray -

CD Lincoln -

Lieutenant EW Scott - left on two days leave of absence


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mare island navy yard california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3

Goetzler Wright Mills Dennis Loftis Mathis Johnson Lahodny Bingham


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15 March 1919

Mid to 9:00AM Light variable airs, overcast crew employed washing down Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9am to 4pm. Light variable airs overcast. Smooth Crew employed in Saturdays cleaning. Commanding Officer inspected Vessel. Granted liberty to the Watch C.E. Anderson Lt

4pm to Mid. Calm and cloudy. Smooth Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp 60°-60° tested flood cock. C.E. Anderson


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mare island navy yard cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3

Goetzler Wright Mills Dennis Loftis Mathis Johnson Lahodny Bingham


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16 March 1919

Mid to 9am. Calm and clear. Smooth Crew employed with morning routine. C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to 4PM Calm to Light SW air partly cloudy Liberty party returned on time Granted liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

4PM to Mid Calm Clear blue sky Inspected Magazine and powder sample Temp 60°-60° W.B. Huebner, Lt. (jg)


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mare island navy yard california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3

Goetzler Wright Mills Dennis Loftis Mathis Johnson Lahodny Cook


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17 March 1919

Mid to 9AM Calm Clear to Hazy Crew employed with morning routine W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Calm partly cloudy - Crew employed on main hold J.H. Bingham Pharmacist Mate 2d class returned from two days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. G. Cook Machinist Mate 1st class left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by the Commandnig Officer. Liberty party returned on time 18:00 E.W. Scott Lieutenant (DC) returned from two days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer # A. Wilson Clark Ensign

J.H. Bingham Pharmacist Mate 2d class - returned from two days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

G. Cook Machinist Mate 1st class - left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by the Commandnig Officer

E.W. Scott Lieutenant (DC) - returned from two days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

4:00PM to Mid:- Light NE airs, partly clear. Inspected Magazine and powder samples temperature 61° 62° granted liberty to the watch A. Wilson Clark Ensign

# Honorably discharged Robert Alexander Smith, Machinist, 1st class, account expiration full term subsequent enlistment, discharge #11838

Robert Alexander Smith, Machinist, 1st class - Honorably discharged Robert Alexander Smith, Machinist, 1st class, account expiration full term subsequent enlistment, discharge #11838


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mare island navy yard california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3

Goetzler Cook Wright Mills Dennis Loftis Mathis Johnson Lahodny


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18 March 1919

Mid to 9:00AM Light SE airs, overcast Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9am to 4pm. Light Southerly airs to calm, cloudy. Smooth Sea. Crew employed cleaning main hold. Yard force employed on varius repair jobb around the ship 11:00 F.C. Green Gunner USCG Returned from ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 1:00 S.W. Connor Lieutenant (MC) USNRF left vessel on four days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 3:00 H.J. Mondet Chief Yeoman USNRF left Vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer E. Tompkins 1st class boy USCG confined to ships prison for 5 days on bread and water for disobedience of Orders. - 10:00am Omitted Quarters and drills because of Necessary Work. C.E. Anderson Lt

F.C. Green Gunner USCG - Returned from ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

S.W. Connor Lieutenant (MC) USNRF - left vessel on four days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

H.J. Mondet Chief Yeoman USNRF - left Vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

E. Tompkins 1st class boy USCG - confined to ships prison for 5 days on bread and water for disobedience of Orders

4PM to Mid Calm and cloudy. Smooth Sea. Inspected magazine and powder Samples. Temp. 61°-62°. Granted liberty to the Watch. C.E. Anderson Lt


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mare island navy yard

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3

Goetzler Cook Wright Dennis Loftis Mills Johnson Lahodny Mondet


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19 March 1919

Mid to 9am. Light Variable airs to calm. Smooth Sea. Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to 4PM Light SW air to Light NNW airs partly cloudy Crew employed with painting fore hold C. Mathus carpenters Mate 2nd class returned from 10 days leave of absence granted by commanding officer Omitted quarters and drills account of necessary work Granted liberty to the watch Lieutenant G.V.S. Harvey granted 5 days extension leave of absence by commanding officer W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

C. Mathus carpenters Mate 2nd class - returned from 10 days leave of absence granted by commanding officer

Lieutenant G.V.S. Harvey - granted 5 days extension leave of absence by commanding officer

4PM to Mid Calm Clear to partly cloudy Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 62°-61° W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)


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mare island navy yard california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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20 March 1919

Mid to 9AM Gentle NW breeze to Light NE air partly cloudy Crew employed with morning routine W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Light Easterly airs to calm partly clear - Crew employed in main hold The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class. L. Christensen coxswain 2d class left this vessel on three days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 3:00PM Cast off from ~ under tow - 3:30 entered Dry Dock A. Wiedersich Oiler 2d class left vessel on five days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer - A. Wilson Clark Ensign

A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

P. Bugaras, Master at Arms - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

F.W. Sheppard - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

J.B. Wolyniec, seaman - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

F.L. Smith - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

A. Sunmacher - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

M.P. Baugh - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

R. McNaughton - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

J.B. Johnston - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

S.O. Johnson - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

G. Gibson - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

A.B. Martinez - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

F.K. Briggs - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class- L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

E.D. Summons Seaman - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

D.L. Armstrong - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

J. Hayes - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

J.A. Michels - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

A Harn Seaman - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

D Weible fireman 3d class - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class - The following men left this vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 - P. Bugaras, Master at Arms, A.B. Eriksen Quartermaster 2d class, J.B. Wolyniec, seaman, A. Sunmacher, F.W. Sheppard, F.L. Smith, M.P. Baugh, J.B. Johnston, F.K. Briggs, R. McNaughton, S.O. Johnson, G. Gibson, A.B. Martinez all seaman 2d class - J. Mayo Boatswain Mate 2d class, E.D. Summons Seaman, F. Vertner, Pharmacist Mate 2d class - L. Campbass, fireman 3d class - D.L. Armstrong, J. Hayes and J.A. Michels Seamen - and A Harn Seaman - R.C. Casselman (a) watertender - E.P. McGrath fireman 1st class - D Weible fireman 3d class, R.E. Robbins yeoman 3d class

L. Christensen coxswain 2d class - left this vessel on three days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61

A. Wiedersich Oiler 2d class - left vessel on five days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

4:00PM to Mid Calm, partly cloudy to clear 4:30 on Bottom Dry Dock. 5:30 Regular Hull Board conveined. granted liberty to the watch Inspected magazine and powder samples temperature 61° 60° R.A. Wisdow, coxswain USN R.L. Grant, coxswain USN reported aboard this vessel orders from Receiving Ship Mare Island Navy Yard. - A.E. Moore ships cook 1st class A. Wilson Clark Ensign

R.A. Wisdow, coxswain USN - R.A. Wisdow, coxswain USN R.L. Grant, coxswain USN reported aboard this vessel orders from Receiving Ship Mare Island Navy Yard. - A.E. Moore ships cook 1st class

R.L. Grant, coxswain USN - R.A. Wisdow, coxswain USN R.L. Grant, coxswain USN reported aboard this vessel orders from Receiving Ship Mare Island Navy Yard. - A.E. Moore ships cook 1st class

A.E. Moore ships cook 1st class - R.A. Wisdow, coxswain USN R.L. Grant, coxswain USN reported aboard this vessel orders from Receiving Ship Mare Island Navy Yard. - A.E. Moore ships cook 1st class


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mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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21 March 1919

Mid to 9am. Calm and cloudy Crew employed with Morning routine Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

From 9am to 4pm. Calm and overcast. Yard force employed cleaning ship bottim in preparation for painting same Also removing old ventilation system in Wardroom taking Measurement of forward standing riggen and stays. Engine room force employed cleaning fire room bilges Deck force employed in cleaning Motor Sailer and varius job around deck 1:00 E.T. Jordan Seaman 2nd class USN left on 9 day leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 4:00 D.P. Hensley 1st class boy USCG left on 9 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Omitted quarters and drills on acount of necessary work. Granted liberty to the watch C.E. Anderson Lt

E.T. Jordan Seaman 2nd class USN - left on 9 day leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

D.P. Hensley 1st class boy USCG - left on 9 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

4pm to Mid Calm and Overcast Inspected magazine and powder samples. Temp 61°-61°. A. Wilson Clark Ensign USNR Left on one days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer C.E. Anderson Lt.

A. Wilson Clark Ensign USNR - Left on one days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer


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mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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22 March 1919

Mid to 9am Calm and Overcast. Crew employed with Morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lt

9am to 4pm Calm partly cloudy Crew employed with breaking out stor's in after hold so yard force can proceed with their work S.W. Connor Lieutenant (MC) USNRF returned from 4 days leave of absent's granted by commanding Officer F.K. Briggs Seaman 2nd class USN returned from one days leave granted by Commanding Officer L. Christensen Coxswain reported aboard from 3 days leave granted by Commanding Officer C.D. Meyers, ships cook 2nd class USNRF left vessel on eight days leave granted by Commanding Officer * Granted liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

S.W. Connor Lieutenant (MC) USNRF - returned from 4 days leave of absent's granted by commanding Officer

F.K. Briggs Seaman 2nd class USN - returned from one days leave granted by Commanding Officer

L. Christensen Coxswain - reported aboard from 3 days leave granted by Commanding Officer

C.D. Meyers, ships cook 2nd class USNRF - left vessel on eight days leave granted by Commanding Officer

4PM to Mid Calm Clear Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 63-65 Testing of flood cocks account of being in drydock W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)


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mare island

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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23 March 1919

Mid to 9am Calm partly cloudy to overcast Crew employed with Sunday morning routine A. Wilson Clark returned from one day leave of absence granted by commanding Officer. W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

A. Wilson Clark - returned from one day leave of absence granted by commanding Officer

9:00AM to 4:00PM:- Calm to light westerly airs - partly clear - 9:15 E Tompkins boy 1st class released from ships prison 10:30 J.E. Johnston Seaman 2d class returned from leave granted by the Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61 crew employed with regular routine Liberty party returned on time granted liberty to the watch A. Wilson Clark Ensign

E Tompkins boy 1st class - released from ships prison

J.E. Johnston Seaman 2d class - returned from leave granted by the Commanding Officer, authority Alnav #61

4:00PM to Mid:- Light westerly airs, partly clear to overcast Inspected magazine and powder sample - tempratures 60° 66° A. Wilson Clark Ensign


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dry dock mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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24 March 1919

Mid to 9:00AM Calm, overcast Crew employed with regular routine Liberty party returned on time A. Wilson Clark Ensign

9am to 4pm. Calm and overcast Yard force employed varius authorized job on deck and engineroom Deck force Employend in painting boats. engine room Force employed cleaning painting forward bunker 9:30 Started to flood dry dock. 10:00 Vessel afloat. 10:50 Left dry dock. 11:00 Tug boat alongside 11:30 Made fast alongside USS Venetia Omitted Quarters and drills account of necessary work granted liberty to the watch C.E. Anderson Lt

USS Venetia - Made fast alongside USS Venetia

4PM To Mid Calm and Overcast Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp 63°-68. C.E. Anderson Lt


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mare island

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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25 March 1919

Mid to 9AM Calm and overcast Crew employed in washing down. Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to 4PM Calm to light variable airs; overcast. Crew employed cleaning and painting ships boats. Navy Yard force working aboard on repairs. 9:00 G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut. (jg), returned from 10 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. C.D. Myers, ships cook 2d class returned from 2 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:45 First Lieut. G.W. MacLane, USCG reported aboard for duty in accordance with Headquarters orders dated March, 1919. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg.)

G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut. (jg) - returned from 10 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

C.D. Myers, ships cook 2d class - returned from 2 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

First Lieut. G.W. MacLane, USCG - reported aboard for duty in accordance with Headquarters orders dated March, 1919

4PM to Mid. Light variable airs to calm; overcast. Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 63°-68°. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)


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mare island navy yard

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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26 March 1919

Mid. to 9am. Calm, Cloudy to overcast. Liberty party returned on time Crew employed with morning routine. A. Wiedersich, oiler 2d class, returned from 5 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

A. Wiedersich, oiler 2d class - returned from 5 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

9AM to 4PM Light SW airs to Calm, overcast. Crew employed with scraping pulling boat, Yard force employed with repair work as authorized. A.W. Clark Ensign USNRF left vessel on 5 days leave of absent's granted by commanding Officer S. Aoki wardroom steward left vessel on 6 days leave of absent's granted by Commanding Officer Granted liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

A.W. Clark Ensign USNRF - left vessel on 5 days leave of absent's granted by commanding Officer

S. Aoki wardroom steward - left vessel on 6 days leave of absent's granted by Commanding Officer

4PM to Mid Calm Partly cloudy to overcast Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 63°-68° W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)


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mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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27 March 1919

Mid to 9AM Light ESE airs to Calm Rain Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

9AM to 4PM Light Easterly airs. Overcast with rain Deck force Employed in varius job around deck. Engine room Force employed with sealing and painting Fireroom feed~ tank Yard force employed after authorized repair work Granted liberty to the watch C.E. Anderson Lt.

4PM to Mid Light easterly Airs, overcast and rain Inspected magazines and powder Samples temp 62°-66° C.E. Anderson Lt


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mare island navy yard california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3

coal: 65 tons - Fuel Received 65 tons Expended 0 tons 2000 lbs Remaining 65 tons 872 lbs


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28 March 1919

Mid to 9AM Calm and Overcast passing Rain Squalls. crew employed getting ready to coal ship 8:10 Coal barge alongside 8:30 commence coaling ship, draft 9'10" forward, 14'3" aft. Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lt

9:00am to 4:00pm Calm to light WSW airs; partly cloudy 1:00 finished coaling having received from Navy Yard 65 tons steaming coal. Draft 10'-3" forward, 14'-8" aft Cleaned ship after coaling. 1:25 coal barge left. Crew employed variously. Yard force employed on authorized repair work Received from Navy Yard medical supplies on requisition Received stores for general mess. Granted usual liberty to the watch. G. Cook, Mach Mate 1st cl, granted extension of 15 days leave, authority Headquarters letter of March 5, 1919 - 73. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

coal: 65 tons - 1:00 finished coaling having received from Navy Yard 65 tons steaming coal

G. Cook, Mach Mate 1st cl - granted extension of 15 days leave, authority Headquarters letter of March 5, 1919 - 73

6:00pm to Mid:- Light SW airs; partly cloudy to clear. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 64°-69° G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut


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mare island navy yard california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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29 March 1919

Mid to 9am Calm to light SSW airs, partly cloudy to overcast. Morning duties performed Liberty party returned on time G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

9AM to 4PM. Calm; cloudy to overcast and raining. Crew employed with Saturday routine work Yard force working aboard on authorized repairs. H.J. Mondet chief yeoman, returned aboard from 10 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. G. Gibson, seaman 2d class returned from 8 day's leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer F.L. Smith and M.P. Baugh, both seaman 2d class returned from 8 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer E.D. Simmons, seaman, returned from 8 days leave of abnsence granted by the Commanding Officer. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg)

H.J. Mondet chief yeoman - returned aboard from 10 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

G. Gibson, seaman 2d class - returned from 8 day's leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

M.P. Baugh - F.L. Smith and M.P. Baugh, both seaman 2d class returned from 8 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

F.L. Smith - F.L. Smith and M.P. Baugh, both seaman 2d class returned from 8 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

E.D. Simmons, seaman - returned from 8 days leave of abnsence granted by the Commanding Officer

4pm to Mid. Calm; raining to mostly cloudy. Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 63°-65° Tested floodcocks. G.V.S. Harvey, Lieut (jg)


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mare island navy yard

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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30 March 1919

Mid to 9am. Calm; clear to partly cloudy. Liberty party returned on time. Crew employed with morning routine. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

9AM to 4PM Calm to Light SW air partly cloudy Granted liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

4PM to Mid Light WSW air to Calm partly cloudy to clear Inspected Magazine and powder sample Temp. 63°-65° W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)


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mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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31 March 1919

Mid to 9am Calm, Clear, to Hazy Crew employed with morning routine W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light SSW to light variable airs; clear. Coast Guard officers and men received pay for current month. The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl. D.P. Hensley, Boy 1st cl, returned on time from 9 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. The following men failed to return from leave on time and are absent without leave: P. Bugaras Master at arms; A. Sunmacher, seaman; F.W. Sheppard, fireman; S.O. Johnson, seaman; A.B. Martinez, seaman; J. Hayes, seaman; E.T. Jordan; seaman. 2:00 E.T. Jordan, seaman, returned two hours late from 9 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:00 A.B. Martinez, seaman, and A. Sunmacher, seaman, returned two hours late from 10 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:30 yard tug boat alongside; unmoored. 3:00 moored at Navy Yard; yard tug left. Crew employed variously Yard force employed on authorized repair work. Granted usual liberty to the watch. 3:00 F.W. Willman, quartermaster, left ship on 3 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

A.B. Eriksen, quarter master - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

D.L. Armstrong, seaman - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

E.P. McGrath, fireman - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

A. Harn, boy 1st class - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

R. McNaughton, seaman - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

J. Mayo, coxswain - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

J.A. Michels, seaman - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

R.C. Casselman, fireman - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

L. Campbell, fireman - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

D. Weible, fireman - The following men returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, on time: A.B. Eriksen, quarter master; J.B. Wolyniec, quartermaster; D.L. Armstrong, seaman; A. Harn, boy 1st class; E.P. McGrath, fireman; R. McNaughton, seaman; J. Mayo, coxswain; F.R. Vertner, PHM3cl; L. Campbell, fireman; J.A. Michels, seaman; R.C. Casselman, fireman; D. Weible, fireman; R.E. Robbins, yeo 3cl

D.P. Hensley, Boy 1st cl - returned on time from 9 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

P. Bugaras Master at arms - The following men failed to return from leave on time and are absent without leave: P. Bugaras Master at arms; A. Sunmacher, seaman; F.W. Sheppard, fireman; S.O. Johnson, seaman; A.B. Martinez, seaman; J. Hayes, seaman; E.T. Jordan; seaman

F.W. Sheppard, fireman - The following men failed to return from leave on time and are absent without leave: P. Bugaras Master at arms; A. Sunmacher, seaman; F.W. Sheppard, fireman; S.O. Johnson, seaman; A.B. Martinez, seaman; J. Hayes, seaman; E.T. Jordan; seaman

A. Sunmacher, seaman - The following men failed to return from leave on time and are absent without leave: P. Bugaras Master at arms; A. Sunmacher, seaman; F.W. Sheppard, fireman; S.O. Johnson, seaman; A.B. Martinez, seaman; J. Hayes, seaman; E.T. Jordan; seaman

S.O. Johnson, seaman - The following men failed to return from leave on time and are absent without leave: P. Bugaras Master at arms; A. Sunmacher, seaman; F.W. Sheppard, fireman; S.O. Johnson, seaman; A.B. Martinez, seaman; J. Hayes, seaman; E.T. Jordan; seaman

A.B. Martinez, seaman - The following men failed to return from leave on time and are absent without leave: P. Bugaras Master at arms; A. Sunmacher, seaman; F.W. Sheppard, fireman; S.O. Johnson, seaman; A.B. Martinez, seaman; J. Hayes, seaman; E.T. Jordan; seaman

E.T. Jordan; seaman - The following men failed to return from leave on time and are absent without leave: P. Bugaras Master at arms; A. Sunmacher, seaman; F.W. Sheppard, fireman; S.O. Johnson, seaman; A.B. Martinez, seaman; J. Hayes, seaman; E.T. Jordan; seaman

J. Hayes, seaman - The following men failed to return from leave on time and are absent without leave: P. Bugaras Master at arms; A. Sunmacher, seaman; F.W. Sheppard, fireman; S.O. Johnson, seaman; A.B. Martinez, seaman; J. Hayes, seaman; E.T. Jordan; seaman

E.T. Jordan, seaman - returned two hours late from 9 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

A. Sunmacher, seaman - A.B. Martinez, seaman, and A. Sunmacher, seaman, returned two hours late from 10 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

A.B. Martinez, seaman - A.B. Martinez, seaman, and A. Sunmacher, seaman, returned two hours late from 10 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

F.W. Willman, quartermaster - left ship on 3 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

4:00pm to Mid: Light variable airs to calm, clear Inspected magazine and powder samples; temperatures 4:10 USS R-17-18 moored alonside 4:25 F.E. Phillips, seaman, left ship for yard hospital for treatment

USS R-17-18 - 4:10 USS R-17-18 moored alonside

F.E. Phillips, seaman - left ship for yard hospital for treatment


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4:00pm to Mid (Continued) 8:20 F.W. Sheppard, fireman, returned, from ten days leave, granted by Commanding Officer, having been absent withour leave for eight hours and twenty minutes. 11:00 P. Bugaras, Master at arms, returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, haveing been absent without leave for eleven hours. All men returned late this day excused by Commanding Officer except S.O. Johnson, sea 2cl, and J. Hayes, seaman who are absent without leave, other straggling due to misunderstanding of limit of leave. The following men are dropped permanently from the muster rolls of this vessel on account of transfer to Naval Hospital: A.F. Lahodney, SC 4th class; M.P. Loftis, seaman 2d class G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

F.W. Sheppard, fireman - returned, from ten days leave, granted by Commanding Officer, having been absent withour leave for eight hours and twenty minutes

P. Bugaras, Master at arms - returned from ten days leave granted by the Commanding Officer, haveing been absent without leave for eleven hours

S.O. Johnson, sea 2cl - All men returned late this day excused by Commanding Officer except S.O. Johnson, sea 2cl, and J. Hayes, seaman who are absent without leave, other straggling due to misunderstanding of limit of leave

J. Hayes, seaman - All men returned late this day excused by Commanding Officer except S.O. Johnson, sea 2cl, and J. Hayes, seaman who are absent without leave, other straggling due to misunderstanding of limit of leave

A.F. Lahodney, SC 4th class - The following men are dropped permanently from the muster rolls of this vessel on account of transfer to Naval Hospital: A.F. Lahodney, SC 4th class; M.P. Loftis, seaman 2d class

M.P. Loftis, seaman 2d class - The following men are dropped permanently from the muster rolls of this vessel on account of transfer to Naval Hospital: A.F. Lahodney, SC 4th class; M.P. Loftis, seaman 2d class


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F. G. Dodge - Senior Captain

T. G. Lewton - Capt of Engrs.

W. K. Thompson - Captain

G. W. MacLane - 1st. Lieut

C. E. Anderson - Lieut (D)

S. W. Connor - Lieut. (MC)

E. W. Scott - Lieut. (DC)

G. V. S. Harvey - Lieut (jg)(D)

W. B. Huebner - Lieut (jg)(D)

A. W. Clark - Ensign (D)

W. B. Gale - Ensign (PC)

S. B. Johnsen - Boatswain

F. C. C. Greene - Gunner

K. P. Floe - Machinist

N. Brunila - Carpenter


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LOGS FOR APRIL 1919


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us navy yard mare island calif

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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1 April 1919

Mid to 9:00AM Calm, clear to hazy. Morning duties performed. Liberty men returned on time. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

From 9AM to 4PM. Calm and cloudy. Yard force working on varius authorized repair jobs Deck force employed in necessary work around Vessel. also moving equipment to Warehouse Mare Island Navy Yard, California for Storage Engine Room force employed in Sealing and painting fire room. Enlistment of Carl Goetzler Oiler 1st class USCG extended under Article 335 regulation A.B. Erickson Quartermaster USCG transferred this day to the US CG launch Sentinel Authority Division Commanders letter of March 28th 1919. Rated this day the following Named Men. Collier R.H. Electrician 2nd class USN to Electrician 1st class. Baker, E.P. electrician 3d class USNRF to Electrician 2nd class. Waters H.E. Fireman 3d class USN to Fireman 2nd class. All these ratings made by authority BNCL Number 6-L-2158-527 of 9-19-17.

Carl Goetzler Oiler 1st class - Enlistment of Carl Goetzler Oiler 1st class USCG extended under Article 335 regulation

A.B. Erickson Quartermaster USCG - transferred this day to the US CG launch Sentinel Authority Division Commanders letter of March 28th 1919

Collier R.H. Electrician 2nd class USN - Rated this day the following Named Men. Collier R.H. Electrician 2nd class USN to Electrician 1st class. Baker, E.P. electrician 3d class USNRF to Electrician 2nd class. Waters H.E. Fireman 3d class USN to Fireman 2nd class. All these ratings made by authority BNCL Number 6-L-2158-527 of 9-19-17

Baker, E.P. electrician 3d class USNRF - Rated this day the following Named Men. Collier R.H. Electrician 2nd class USN to Electrician 1st class. Baker, E.P. electrician 3d class USNRF to Electrician 2nd class. Waters H.E. Fireman 3d class USN to Fireman 2nd class. All these ratings made by authority BNCL Number 6-L-2158-527 of 9-19-17

Waters H.E. Fireman 3d class USN - Rated this day the following Named Men. Collier R.H. Electrician 2nd class USN to Electrician 1st class. Baker, E.P. electrician 3d class USNRF to Electrician 2nd class. Waters H.E. Fireman 3d class USN to Fireman 2nd class. All these ratings made by authority BNCL Number 6-L-2158-527 of 9-19-17

9:00 A.W. Clark Ensign USNRF returned to Vessel from five days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 11:55 J. Hayes Seaman 1st class USNRF returned to Vessel from ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, One day late. On account of Misunderstanding in the date of return excused by Commanding Officer. 12:00 S. Aoki Wardroom Steward USCG returned from six days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 3:30 Following men left Vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Authority Alnav #61. V. Ekman, Boatswain Mate 2nd class USNRF. T.J. Billingsley Quartermaster 3d class USNRF. E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class USNRF. C. Mathis Carpenters Mate 2nd class USNRF.

A.W. Clark Ensign USNRF - returned to Vessel from five days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

J. Hayes Seaman 1st class USNRF - returned to Vessel from ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, One day late. On account of Misunderstanding in the date of return excused by Commanding Officer

S. Aoki Wardroom Steward USCG - returned from six days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

V. Ekman, Boatswain Mate 2nd class USNRF - Following men left Vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Authority Alnav #61. V. Ekman, Boatswain Mate 2nd class USNRF. T.J. Billingsley Quartermaster 3d class USNRF. E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class USNRF. C. Mathis Carpenters Mate 2nd class USNRF.

T.J. Billingsley Quartermaster 3d class USNRF - Following men left Vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Authority Alnav #61. V. Ekman, Boatswain Mate 2nd class USNRF. T.J. Billingsley Quartermaster 3d class USNRF. E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class USNRF. C. Mathis Carpenters Mate 2nd class USNRF.

E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class USNRF - Following men left Vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Authority Alnav #61. V. Ekman, Boatswain Mate 2nd class USNRF. T.J. Billingsley Quartermaster 3d class USNRF. E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class USNRF. C. Mathis Carpenters Mate 2nd class USNRF.

C. Mathis Carpenters Mate 2nd class USNRF. - Following men left Vessel on ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Authority Alnav #61. V. Ekman, Boatswain Mate 2nd class USNRF. T.J. Billingsley Quartermaster 3d class USNRF. E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class USNRF. C. Mathis Carpenters Mate 2nd class USNRF.

(Over)


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1 April 1919

F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

L.G. Gouldin - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

D. Heister watertender USCG - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

M.W. Wilson - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

C.L. Oates - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

S.Z. Vaughn - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

C.M. McGinnis - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

R.J. Harrington - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

H. Knight - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

R.F. Barnard - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

J.B. Sowell - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

W.E. DeLong - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

W.C. Starr - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

M. Gillaland - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

G. Hampton - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

J.E. Roberts - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

H. Neisen - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

D.F. LaVallee - F. Hamilton baker 1st class UNSRF H.H. Beck storekeeper 2nd class USNRF; P.H. Pratt coxswain USNR D. Heister watertender USCG, M.W. Wilson, L.G. Gouldin, R.J. Harrington, S.Z. Vaughn, C.M. McGinnis, C.L. Oates, R.F. Barnard, H. Knight, J.B. Sowell, W.E. DeLong, W.C. Starr, M. Gillaland, all Seamen 2nd class USNR J.E. Roberts and G. Hampton both fireman 3d class USN D.F. LaVallee and H. Neisen both boys 1st class USCG

3:30 Following named men left vessel on five days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer Authority Alnav #61. B.B. Griffen Watertender USCG A.E. Moore ships cook 1st class. 3:30 Following Named Men left vessel on four days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Authority Alnav. #61. B.N. Hansen Watertender USCG W.F. Young assistant Master-at-arms. USCG. S.B. Johnsen Boatswain USCG sick and off duty.

B.B. Griffen Watertender USCG - Following named men left vessel on five days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer Authority Alnav #61. B.B. Griffen Watertender USCG A.E. Moore ships cook 1st class

A.E. Moore ships cook 1st class - Following named men left vessel on five days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer Authority Alnav #61. B.B. Griffen Watertender USCG A.E. Moore ships cook 1st class

B.N. Hansen Watertender USCG - Following Named Men left vessel on four days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Authority Alnav. #61. B.N. Hansen Watertender USCG W.F. Young assistant Master-at-arms. USCG

W.F. Young assistant Master-at-arms. USCG - Following Named Men left vessel on four days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Authority Alnav. #61. B.N. Hansen Watertender USCG W.F. Young assistant Master-at-arms. USCG

S.B. Johnsen Boatswain USCG - sick and off duty

The following equipment of the USS Unalga Sent to Warehouse No. 147. at Mare Island Navy Yard. California, for Storeage 1. Main trisail. 7 Awnings, 2 windsail, 4 Hatch covers, 2 mast covers. 1. Bundle Ridgeropes (Wire) 1 light Brace, 4 Railings (for Stepladders) 4 Awing stanctions (for strong back.) 5 coffee pots (cap~) 4 Roast pans, 38 awning stanchions, 1. Jar. ~ ~ 2 Wash basins, 1 Kettle (Iron) 4 Toasters, 2 Frances for Scream doors, 2 Gan~ Ma~ (Iron) 1 cable Signal (Signal light) 1 coal bucket (Iron) 2 Ash buckets (Iron) 1 Set of racings for hatch, 1 Water cooler, 3. flush boxes. for toilet, 1. Signal Light Stand, 70 port hole Screen, 4 strong backs, 1. step ladder for crews companionway foreward part of engine room, 4 Ventilators. Granted liberty

4:00 S.O. Johnson Seaman 2nd class USN absent 28 hours without leave. A.W. Clark Ensign USNRF sick and off duty C.E. Anderson Lieut

S.O. Johnson Seaman 2nd class USN - absent 28 hours without leave

A.W. Clark Ensign USNRF - sick and off duty

4PM to Mid Calm and cloudy Inspected Magazines and powder samples temp = 63°-65 C.E. Anderson Lt


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mare island navy yard

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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2 April 1919

Mid to 9am Calm and hazy crew employed with Morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lt

9am to 4pm Calm; overcast to clear. Crew employed painting wardroom pantry and cleaning and making holds ready to receive stores. Navy Yard force working aboard on authorized repairs. F.D. Crooks, oiler 1st class left vessel on 8 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer A.H. Dahms, chief electrician returned from 30 days leave of absence granted by Coast Guard Headquarters. 9:25 S.O. Johnson, seaman 2d class, reported aboard 45 hours late from 10 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer #. Rated this day as of April 1st the following men, R.C. Casselman, Fireman 1st cl. to Engineman second class and C.D. Crooks, oiler second class to oiler 1st class. S.B. Johnsen Boatswain USCG Sick and off duty G.V.S. Harvey - Lieut (jg)

F.D. Crooks, oiler 1st class - left vessel on 8 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

A.H. Dahms, chief electrician - returned from 30 days leave of absence granted by Coast Guard Headquarters

S.O. Johnson, seaman 2d class - reported aboard 45 hours late from 10 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

R.C. Casselman, Fireman 1st cl. - Rated this day as of April 1st the following men, R.C. Casselman, Fireman 1st cl. to Engineman second class and C.D. Crooks, oiler second class to oiler 1st class

C.D. Crooks, oiler second class - Rated this day as of April 1st the following men, R.C. Casselman, Fireman 1st cl. to Engineman second class and C.D. Crooks, oiler second class to oiler 1st class

S.B. Johnsen Boatswain USCG - Sick and off duty

4PM to Mid. Calm; clear. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 64°-66°. Granted liberty to the watch. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut (jg)

# excused owing to transportation difficulties


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mare island navy yard

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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3 April 1919

Mid. to 9am. Calm to light northerly breeze to SW airs; clear to mostly cloudy Liberty party returned on time. Crew employed with morning routine. S.B. Johnsen, Boatswain returned to duty. G.V.S. Harvey Lieut. (jg).

S.B. Johnsen, Boatswain - returned to duty

9AM to 4PM Light North Airs Partly cloudy Navy yard force employed with authorized work on deck and engine room Crew employed with loading stores in navy yard for ships cruise 9:20 A.O. Johnson fireman 1st class returned from 20 days leave granted by commanding Officer. 3:00 P.L. Wilson ships writer USCG left vessel on seven days leave of absence granted by commanding Officer 10:30 E.S. Chase PhM 2nd class USN transfered from Receiving ship Mare Island to this vessel for duty in exchange for J.H. Bingham PhM 2nd class. 3:30 J.H. Bingham PhM 2nd class USN, transferred to Receiving ships, Mare Island California Authority Commandant 12th Naval district Letter 872-D-19 Csm) Leh of 3/31/19 3:30 D.E. Weible fireman 3rd class USNRF, transferred to Receiving ship Mare Island California authority Commanding Officer's letter 3/31 and endorsement thereon. 2:20 Moved ship forward along sea wall to give room for ship astern A.W. Clark Ensign sick and off duty. W.B. Huebner Lieut (jg)

A.O. Johnson fireman 1st class - returned from 20 days leave granted by commanding Officer

P.L. Wilson ships writer USCG - left vessel on seven days leave of absence granted by commanding Officer

E.S. Chase PhM 2nd class USN - transfered from Receiving ship Mare Island to this vessel for duty in exchange for J.H. Bingham PhM 2nd class

J.H. Bingham PhM 2nd class USN - transferred to Receiving ships, Mare Island California Authority Commandant 12th Naval district Letter 872-D-19 Csm) Leh of 3/31/19

D.E. Weible fireman 3rd class USNRF - transferred to Receiving ship Mare Island California authority Commanding Officer's letter 3/31 and endorsement thereon

A.W. Clark Ensign - sick and off duty

4PM to Mid Gentle North breeze to Light NW breeze mostly cloudy Granted liberty to the watch Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 63°-66 W.B. Huebner, Lieut jg


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mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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4 April 1919

Mid to 9AM Light NW air to Light North air Misty to Rain Crew employed with bring stores from Navy yard on board ship Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner Lieut jg

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light North airs to light SW breeze; partly cloudy hazy passing showers. 11:55 F.W. Willman, QM, returned from three days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. Lieut (jg)(T) G.V.S. Harvey, (RF)USN detached this day, orders Commandant 12th Naval District, of March 31, 1919 - #2338-DO-19. Ensign A.W. Clark USNRF (class 4) detached this day, orders Commandant 12th Naval District of March 31, 1919, #2338-DO-19. Ensign W.B. Gale (PC) USNRF (class 4) detached this day, orders Commandant 12th Naval district of March 31, 1919, #2339-DO-19. Honorably discharged Frank Walter Willman, QM (A) USCG expiration full term of subsequent enlistment discharge #11841 Honorably discharged Adolph Wiedersich Oiler 2 class, USCG, expiration full term subsequent enlistment, discharge 11840. Men employed variously and in receiving crews stores Yard force employed on authorized repairs. R.A. Wisdom coxswain, left vessel on seven days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

F.W. Willman, QM - returned from three days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

Lieut (jg)(T) G.V.S. Harvey, (RF)USN - detached this day, orders Commandant 12th Naval District, of March 31, 1919 - #2338-DO-19

Ensign A.W. Clark USNRF (class 4) - detached this day, orders Commandant 12th Naval District of March 31, 1919, #2338-DO-19

Ensign W.B. Gale (PC) USNRF (class 4) - detached this day, orders Commandant 12th Naval district of March 31, 1919, #2339-DO-19

Frank Walter Willman, QM (A) USCG - Honorably discharged Frank Walter Willman, QM (A) USCG expiration full term of subsequent enlistment discharge #11841

Adolph Wiedersich Oiler 2 class, USCG - Honorably discharged Adolph Wiedersich Oiler 2 class, USCG, expiration full term subsequent enlistment, discharge 11840

R.A. Wisdom coxswain - left vessel on seven days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

4:00pm to Mid Light SW breeze to airs, clear Granted liberty to the watch Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 63°-65° Lieut E.W. Scott (DC) left vessel on two days leave granted by the Commanding Officer G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

Lieut E.W. Scott (DC) - left vessel on two days leave granted by the Commanding Officer


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us navy yard mare island calif

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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5 April 1919

Mid to 9:00am: Light West airs, clear to overcast and passing showers Morning duties performed. Liberty party returned on time G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

9:00AM to 4PM. Moderate SW Wind. cloudy. Yard Force working on authorized repair job. Deck and engine room force employed in taken store aboard for Summer cruise 3:00 Forrest W. Mills, R.D. Dennis, G.D. Wright Seamen 2nd class, USNRF reported for duty, from Isolation camp Sub-Marine base San Pedro California where they been confined, suffering with Mumps. 3:30 R.L. Grant coxswain USN Left on 6 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. Authority Alnav #61. granted liberty C.E. Anderson Lt

G.D. Wright - Forrest W. Mills, R.D. Dennis, G.D. Wright Seamen 2nd class, USNRF reported for duty, from Isolation camp Sub-Marine base San Pedro California where they been confined, suffering with Mumps

Forrest W. Mills - Forrest W. Mills, R.D. Dennis, G.D. Wright Seamen 2nd class, USNRF reported for duty, from Isolation camp Sub-Marine base San Pedro California where they been confined, suffering with Mumps

R.D. Dennis - Forrest W. Mills, R.D. Dennis, G.D. Wright Seamen 2nd class, USNRF reported for duty, from Isolation camp Sub-Marine base San Pedro California where they been confined, suffering with Mumps

R.L. Grant coxswain USN - Left on 6 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. Authority Alnav #61

4PM Moderate SW Wind. cloudy. Inspected Magazine and powder Samples. temp = 65°-65°. tested flood cocks. C.E. Anderson Lt.


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mare island navy yard cal

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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6 April 1919

Mid to 9am. Moderate SW Wind, cloudy crew employed with Sunday morning routine C.E. Anderson Lt.

9AM to 4PM Light North air to Light SW breeze Clear to partly cloudy 10:00AM W.F. Young 2nd class master arms returned from four days leave granted by commanding officer Granted liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner Lieut jg

W.F. Young 2nd class master arms - returned from four days leave granted by commanding officer

4PM to Mid Moderate SW breeze Cloudy Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 62°-64° 10:00PM B.N. Hansen water tender returned from 4 days leave of absence granted by commanding officer 10 hours overdue, quarantined 30 days. W.B. Huebner, Lieut jg)

B.N. Hansen water tender - returned from 4 days leave of absence granted by commanding officer 10 hours overdue, quarantined 30 days


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mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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7 April 1919

Mid to 9AM Light SW airs. Clear to partly cloudy Crew employed with monday morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light SW to NW airs, clear to partly cloudy. N.S. Apperman, ships joiner, (civil employee of Navy Yard), while wokring on this vessel sustained laceration of scalp of minor nature and was taken to yard hospital for treatment. B.N. Hansen, water tender, confined to limits of ship for 30 days for being 10 hours absent over leave. 11:55 A.E. Moore, SC 1st class, returned from 5 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 12:00 W.L. Arkwright, SC 2nd class, left on 5 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 12:00 Lieut E.W. Scott, (DC), returned from 2 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. Crew employed variously. Yard force employed on authorized repairs. 12:00 B. Griffin, WT, returned from 5 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 3:45 Third Lieutenant A.V. Wilder reported for duty in obedience to Headquarters orders of March 15, 1919, -71-531. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

N.S. Apperman - N.S. Apperman, ships joiner, (civil employee of Navy Yard), while wokring on this vessel sustained laceration of scalp of minor nature and was taken to yard hospital for treatment

B.N. Hansen, water tender - confined to limits of ship for 30 days for being 10 hours absent over leave

A.E. Moore, SC 1st class - returned from 5 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

W.L. Arkwright, SC 2nd class - left on 5 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

Lieut E.W. Scott, (DC) - returned from 2 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

B. Griffin, WT - returned from 5 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

Third Lieutenant A.V. Wilder - reported for duty in obedience to Headquarters orders of March 15, 1919, -71-531

4:00pm to Mid. Light NW airs to calm, partly cloudy, to clear. Granted usual liberty to the watch Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 62°-64° 5:40 George Reynolds Fullerton elec 2nd cl (R) reported for duty from Recovery ship, San Francisco, orders of officer in charge of april 7, 1919. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut.

George Reynolds Fullerton elec 2nd cl (R) - reported for duty from Recovery ship, San Francisco, orders of officer in charge of april 7, 1919


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us navy yard mare island calif

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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8 April 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Light SW to North airs, clear. Morning duties performed. Liberty men returned on time G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

9AM to 4PM. Light variable airs, clear. Yard force employed on authorized repairs crew employed in taking ship stores aboard. Sent to storeage, at Mare Island Navy yard ware house #147, 71, lifepreserver, one Safe. 3:30 R. Loftis Seaman 2nd class USN reported for duty, from US Naval hospital at Mare Island. 4:00 G.G.C. Pyle Yeoman 1st class USN reported for duty on this vessel. Orders Commanding Officer Receiving Ship Mare Island Navy Yard. granted liberty. C.E. Anderson Lieut

R. Loftis Seaman 2nd class USN - reported for duty, from US Naval hospital at Mare Island

G.G.C. Pyle Yeoman 1st class USN - reported for duty on this vessel. Orders Commanding Officer Receiving Ship Mare Island Navy Yard

4PM to Mid. Light variable airs, clear. 6:00 they following men reported for duty on this vessel from receiving Ship at Mare Island Navy Yard. Ellingsen, L.O. Seaman 2nd class USN Holder, R. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Peterson N.D. Seaman 2nd class USNRF McClain, C.R. Seaman 2nd class USN, Kuset O.A. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Mantayo, D. Seaman 2nd class USN. Inspected magazine and powder samples. temp = 62°-64 C.E. Anderson Lieut.

Ellingsen, L.O. Seaman 2nd class USN - 6:00 they following men reported for duty on this vessel from receiving Ship at Mare Island Navy Yard. Ellingsen, L.O. Seaman 2nd class USN Holder, R. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Peterson N.D. Seaman 2nd class USNRF McClain, C.R. Seaman 2nd class USN, Kuset O.A. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Mantayo, D. Seaman 2nd class USN

Holder, R. Seaman 2nd class USNRF - 6:00 they following men reported for duty on this vessel from receiving Ship at Mare Island Navy Yard. Ellingsen, L.O. Seaman 2nd class USN Holder, R. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Peterson N.D. Seaman 2nd class USNRF McClain, C.R. Seaman 2nd class USN, Kuset O.A. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Mantayo, D. Seaman 2nd class USN

Peterson N.D. Seaman 2nd class USNRF - 6:00 they following men reported for duty on this vessel from receiving Ship at Mare Island Navy Yard. Ellingsen, L.O. Seaman 2nd class USN Holder, R. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Peterson N.D. Seaman 2nd class USNRF McClain, C.R. Seaman 2nd class USN, Kuset O.A. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Mantayo, D. Seaman 2nd class USN

McClain, C.R. Seaman 2nd class USN - 6:00 they following men reported for duty on this vessel from receiving Ship at Mare Island Navy Yard. Ellingsen, L.O. Seaman 2nd class USN Holder, R. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Peterson N.D. Seaman 2nd class USNRF McClain, C.R. Seaman 2nd class USN, Kuset O.A. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Mantayo, D. Seaman 2nd class USN

Kuset O.A. Seaman 2nd class USNRF - 6:00 they following men reported for duty on this vessel from receiving Ship at Mare Island Navy Yard. Ellingsen, L.O. Seaman 2nd class USN Holder, R. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Peterson N.D. Seaman 2nd class USNRF McClain, C.R. Seaman 2nd class USN, Kuset O.A. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Mantayo, D. Seaman 2nd class USN

Mantayo, D. Seaman 2nd class USN - 6:00 they following men reported for duty on this vessel from receiving Ship at Mare Island Navy Yard. Ellingsen, L.O. Seaman 2nd class USN Holder, R. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Peterson N.D. Seaman 2nd class USNRF McClain, C.R. Seaman 2nd class USN, Kuset O.A. Seaman 2nd class USNRF, Mantayo, D. Seaman 2nd class USN


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mare island navy yard

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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9 April 1919

Mid to 9am. Light variable airs, clear. crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lieut

9AM 4PM Light SW Airs Hazy to partly cloudy Yard force employed with authorized work and repairs Crew employed with loading and stowing stores 3:20 G. Cook mch mate 1st class returned from leave of absence granted by commanding officer 2:50 H.D. Peterson seaman 2nd class left vessel on two day leave absents granted by commanding Officer Granted liberty to the watch W.B. Huebner Lieut jg

G. Cook mch mate 1st class - returned from leave of absence granted by commanding officer

H.D. Peterson seaman 2nd class - left vessel on two day leave absents granted by commanding Officer

4PM to Mid Light SW breeze to Gentle partly cloudy Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 64° 66° W.B. Huebner, Lieut (jg)


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mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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10 April 1919

Mid to 9AM. Gentle SW breeze to Light overcast Crew employed with morning routine Liberty returned on time W.B. Huebner, Lieut jg

9am to 4pm Light SW airs, cloudy Yard force employed with authorized work and repairs Crew employed in painting wardroom, loading and stowing stores. At 10am received the following telegram; Clarendon, Texas. April 9, 1919. Commanding Officer, USS Unalga, Mare Island, Calif. Train snow bound will be indefinitely late. W.C. Starr, C.L. Oates, S.C. Vaughn. 11:45am F.D. Crooks Oiler 1st cl. USCG returned from 8 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 3:30pm Received the following engineer's stores; 3 oil cans, 4 squirt cans, 2,000 fire brick. A.V. Wilder, 3rd Lieut. USCG

F.D. Crooks Oiler 1st cl. USCG - returned from 8 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

4pm to Mid. Westerly to South-Westerly airs, cloudy to blue sky. Inspected magazine and powder sample. Temps 62°-64° A.V. Wilder, 3rd Lieut. USCG


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mare island california

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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11 April 1919

Mid to 9am Light airs to calm. Crew employed in morning routine and painting. Liberty party returned on time. A.V. Wilder, 3rd Lieut. CG

9:00am to 4:00pm: Light West to SW airs, clear to partly cloudy, hazy. 9:20, P.L. Wilson, ships Writer, returned from 7 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:45 D.G. Heisler, fireman, USCG, returned from 10 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. H.J. Mondet, chief yeoman, left vessel on 8 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:50 Captain W.E. Reynolds came on board to inspect work being done on this vessel 3:05 Captain W.E. Reynolds left vessel Yard force employed on authorized repairs. crew employed variously and in handling stores. Received oil on requisition from yard for Engineer's department. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

P.L. Wilson, ships Writer - returned from 7 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

D.G. Heisler, fireman, USCG - returned from 10 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

H.J. Mondet, chief yeoman - left vessel on 8 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer

Captain W.E. Reynolds - came on board to inspect work being done on this vessel

Captain W.E. Reynolds - left vessel

4:00pm to Mid:- Light SW to West airs, clear. Granted liberty to the watch Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 66°-68°. 10:35, H. Knight, sea 2nd cl, USN, returned from 10 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

H. Knight, sea 2nd cl, USN - returned from 10 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer


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us navy yard mare island calif

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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12 April 1919

Mid to 9:00am - Light SW breezes to West airs, clear to partly cloudy. Morning duties performed. Liberty men returned on time G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

9AM to 4PM. Light Variable airs. clear. Yard force employed in Saturdays cleaning. 11:30 Senior Captain F.G. Dodge returned from Sixty days leave of absence granted by Headquarters letter of Feb 3d 1919 12:00 The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class. R.A. Wisdom coxswain Returned from 7 days leave granted by commanding Officer. R.L. Grant coxswain returned from 6 days leave granted by commanding Officer. H.D. Peterson Seaman 2nd class, Returned from 2 days leave granted by commanding officer.

Senior Captain F.G. Dodge - returned from Sixty days leave of absence granted by Headquarters letter of Feb 3d 1919

F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

H. Niesen boy 1st class - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

P.H. Pratt coxswain - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class - The following men returned from 10 leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. F.E. Hamilton Baker 1st class, D.F. LaVallee boy 1st class, C.M. McGinnis, Seaman 2nd class, H. Niesen boy 1st class, L.G. Golden, Seaman 2nd class, P.H. Pratt coxswain, C. Mathis carpenters Mate 2nd class, H.H. Beck, Storekeeper 2nd class, V. Ekman Boatswain Mate 2nd class R. Harrington Seaman 2nd class, E. Meyers Gunners Mate 2nd class, T.J. Billingsley QMaster 3d class

R.A. Wisdom coxswain - Returned from 7 days leave granted by commanding Officer

R.L. Grant coxswain - returned from 6 days leave granted by commanding Officer

H.D. Peterson Seaman 2nd class - Returned from 2 days leave granted by commanding officer

The following men did not return from leave on time and are absent without leave. S.J. Vaughn Seaman 2nd class, C.L. Oates, Seaman 2nd class, R.F. Barnard, Seaman 2nd class, Wilson M.V., Starr W.C., Seamen 2nd class, Roberts, G.E. fireman 3d class Arkwright, W.L. Ship cook 2nd class. 2:05 A. Hill Seaman 2nd class and M. Gillsland Seaman 2nd class, returned from 10 days leave absence 2 hours and 5 minutes late. Sent one 6 pdr. SPD cartridge to ammunition depot Mare Island for routine heat test granted liberty C.E. Anderson Lt.

S.J. Vaughn Seaman 2nd class - The following men did not return from leave on time and are absent without leave. S.J. Vaughn Seaman 2nd class, C.L. Oates, Seaman 2nd class, R.F. Barnard, Seaman 2nd class, Wilson M.V., Starr W.C., Seamen 2nd class, Roberts, G.E. fireman 3d class Arkwright, W.L. Ship cook 2nd class

C.L. Oates, Seaman 2nd class - The following men did not return from leave on time and are absent without leave. S.J. Vaughn Seaman 2nd class, C.L. Oates, Seaman 2nd class, R.F. Barnard, Seaman 2nd class, Wilson M.V., Starr W.C., Seamen 2nd class, Roberts, G.E. fireman 3d class Arkwright, W.L. Ship cook 2nd class

R.F. Barnard, Seaman 2nd class - The following men did not return from leave on time and are absent without leave. S.J. Vaughn Seaman 2nd class, C.L. Oates, Seaman 2nd class, R.F. Barnard, Seaman 2nd class, Wilson M.V., Starr W.C., Seamen 2nd class, Roberts, G.E. fireman 3d class Arkwright, W.L. Ship cook 2nd class

Wilson M.V. - The following men did not return from leave on time and are absent without leave. S.J. Vaughn Seaman 2nd class, C.L. Oates, Seaman 2nd class, R.F. Barnard, Seaman 2nd class, Wilson M.V., Starr W.C., Seamen 2nd class, Roberts, G.E. fireman 3d class Arkwright, W.L. Ship cook 2nd class

Starr W.C. - The following men did not return from leave on time and are absent without leave. S.J. Vaughn Seaman 2nd class, C.L. Oates, Seaman 2nd class, R.F. Barnard, Seaman 2nd class, Wilson M.V., Starr W.C., Seamen 2nd class, Roberts, G.E. fireman 3d class Arkwright, W.L. Ship cook 2nd class

Roberts, G.E. fireman 3d class - The following men did not return from leave on time and are absent without leave. S.J. Vaughn Seaman 2nd class, C.L. Oates, Seaman 2nd class, R.F. Barnard, Seaman 2nd class, Wilson M.V., Starr W.C., Seamen 2nd class, Roberts, G.E. fireman 3d class Arkwright, W.L. Ship cook 2nd class

Arkwright, W.L. Ship cook 2nd class - The following men did not return from leave on time and are absent without leave. S.J. Vaughn Seaman 2nd class, C.L. Oates, Seaman 2nd class, R.F. Barnard, Seaman 2nd class, Wilson M.V., Starr W.C., Seamen 2nd class, Roberts, G.E. fireman 3d class Arkwright, W.L. Ship cook 2nd class

A. Hill Seaman 2nd class - A. Hill Seaman 2nd class and M. Gillsland Seaman 2nd class, returned from 10 days leave absence 2 hours and 5 minutes late

M. Gillsland Seaman 2nd class - A. Hill Seaman 2nd class and M. Gillsland Seaman 2nd class, returned from 10 days leave absence 2 hours and 5 minutes late


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continued 4PM to Mid. Light Westerly breeze, cloudy. 7:30 Captain A.E. Coffin USCG reported for duty on this vessel in accordance with headquarters letter of Feb 18. (71.531) and letter of Headquarters, March 8 (71.531). 8:45 J.E. Roberts fireman 3d class returned from ten days leave granted by Commanding Officer 8 hours and 45 mins late Inspected magazine and powder Samples, temp - 64°-67°. tested flood cock. Honorably discharged Philip LeRoy Wilson, SW; account expiration full term of enlistment, discharge no. 11842 C.E. Anderson Lt

Captain A.E. Coffin USCG - reported for duty on this vessel in accordance with headquarters letter of Feb 18. (71.531) and letter of Headquarters, March 8 (71.531)

J.E. Roberts fireman 3d class - returned from ten days leave granted by Commanding Officer 8 hours and 45 mins late

Philip LeRoy Wilson, SW - Honorably discharged Philip LeRoy Wilson, SW; account expiration full term of enlistment, discharge no. 11842


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mare island navy yard

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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13 April 1919

Mid. to 9am Light Westerly airs, clear. Crew employed with Sunday morning routine 8:15 R.F. Barnard Seaman 2nd class returned from 10 days leave of absence granted Commanding Officer 20 hours and 15 min late C.E. Anderson Lt

R.F. Barnard Seaman 2nd class - returned from 10 days leave of absence granted Commanding Officer 20 hours and 15 min late

9am to 4pm. Light south westerly airs, clear. 11:45am. W.L. Arkwright SC 2cl. returned from five (5) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 1:35pm S.Z. Vaughn Sea 2cl. USN, C.L. Oates Sea 2cl. USN, W.C. Starr Sea 2cl USN returned from ten (10) days leave granted by Commanding Officer all being 25 hours and 35 minutes late and having telegraphed that they were snowbound in Texas on April 10, 1919. Granted liberty to the watch. A.V. Wilder 3rd Lieut.

W.L. Arkwright SC 2cl. - returned from five (5) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

S.Z. Vaughn Sea 2cl. USN - S.Z. Vaughn Sea 2cl. USN, C.L. Oates Sea 2cl. USN, W.C. Starr Sea 2cl USN returned from ten (10) days leave granted by Commanding Officer all being 25 hours and 35 minutes late and having telegraphed that they were snowbound in Texas on April 10, 1919

C.L. Oates Sea 2cl. USN - S.Z. Vaughn Sea 2cl. USN, C.L. Oates Sea 2cl. USN, W.C. Starr Sea 2cl USN returned from ten (10) days leave granted by Commanding Officer all being 25 hours and 35 minutes late and having telegraphed that they were snowbound in Texas on April 10, 1919

W.C. Starr Sea 2cl USN - S.Z. Vaughn Sea 2cl. USN, C.L. Oates Sea 2cl. USN, W.C. Starr Sea 2cl USN returned from ten (10) days leave granted by Commanding Officer all being 25 hours and 35 minutes late and having telegraphed that they were snowbound in Texas on April 10, 1919

4pm to Mid. Light south-westerly air, clear. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temp 63°-65°


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us navy yard mare island calif

Lat 38.1, Long -122.3


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14 April 1919

various courses for california city

Lat -8.7, Long 115.2

Mid. to 9am. Calm and Clear Crew employed with morning routine Liberty party returned on time. A.V. Wilder, 3rd Lieut.

9AM to 4PM Calm partly cloudy Crew employed with cleaning decks for leaving 1:30 M.V. Wilson seaman 2nd class reported on board from 10 days leave of absents 49 hours overdue 3:30 Cast of lines and under way standing various courses for California city 5:40 Made fast along side coaling dock ready for coaling Omitted quarters and drills account of necessary work W.B. Huebner, Lieut jg

M.V. Wilson seaman 2nd class - reported on board from 10 days leave of absents 49 hours overdue

4PM to Mid Calm, Cloudy Inspected magazine and powder sample magazine Temp 65°-69° W.B. Huebner, Lieut jg


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california city california

Lat -8.7, Long 115.2

coal: 230 tons - Fuel Received 230 tons Expended 2 tons 1920 lbs Remaining 263 tons 1152 lbs


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15 April 1919

anchored off san francisco

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

Mid to 9AM Calm partly cloudy to clear Crew employed with coaling ship Draft before coaling 12 ft forward 14 ft aft W.B. Huebner, Lieut. jg

9am to 4pm. Calm to light westerly airs; clear to partly cloudy and hazy Crew coaling ship. 1:05 finished coaling, having received 230 tons of steaming coal from the Navy Department. Draft after coaling 16'5" forward, 14'3" aft. 2:00 cast off and stood various courses down the Bay. Washed down decks and paintwork. 3:05 anchored off San Francisco in 10 fathoms of water with 45 fathoms on the port chain; Banked fires. Omitted quarters and drills on account of coaling ship and cleaning up after coaling. Honorable discharged Evald Theodore Johnson Electrician 2nd class account of expiration of full term, discharge number, 11843; E.A. Coffin, Capt.

coal: 230 tons - 1:05 finished coaling, having received 230 tons of steaming coal from the Navy Department

Evald Theodore Johnson Electrician 2nd class - Honorable discharged Evald Theodore Johnson Electrician 2nd class account of expiration of full term, discharge number, 11843

4pm to Mid. Light westerly airs to SW airs; partly cloudy and hazy. 5:00 granted liberty to second section of crew until 8am. Inspected magazine and powder samples temperature 63°-67° E.A. Coffin, Capt.


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san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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16 April 1919

Mid. to 9am. Light SW airs, to calm; partly cloudy. Carried out morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. E.A. Coffin, Capt.

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Calm to light SW breezes; partly cloudy. Scrubbed deck with sand. 2:15 USS "Saturn" left port. Naval Reserve Officer and men and regular Navy men received pay up to April 15, 1919. Men employed throughout day in securing ship and stores for sea Omitted quarters on account of securing ship for sea Honorably discharge Sentaro Aoki, wardroom steward, expiration full term subsequent enlistment, discharge #11844 G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

USS "Saturn" - 2:15 USS "Saturn" left port

Sentaro Aoki, wardroom steward - Honorably discharge Sentaro Aoki, wardroom steward, expiration full term subsequent enlistment, discharge #11844

4:00pm to Mid:- Light SW airs, partly cloudy. 4:00 granted usual liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 66°-69°. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.


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san francisco calif

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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17 April 1919

Mid to 9:00am Light SE airs to gentle breezes, mostly cloudy. Morning duties performed. 8:00, Liberty party returned on time except J.B. Johnstone, sea 2nd class D.P. Hensley, Boy 1st class L.E. Sather, Boy 1st class who failed to return and are absent without leave G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

J.B. Johnstone, sea 2nd class - 8:00, Liberty party returned on time except J.B. Johnstone, sea 2nd class D.P. Hensley, Boy 1st class L.E. Sather, Boy 1st class who failed to return and are absent without leave

D.P. Hensley, Boy 1st class - 8:00, Liberty party returned on time except J.B. Johnstone, sea 2nd class D.P. Hensley, Boy 1st class L.E. Sather, Boy 1st class who failed to return and are absent without leave

L.E. Sather, Boy 1st class - 8:00, Liberty party returned on time except J.B. Johnstone, sea 2nd class D.P. Hensley, Boy 1st class L.E. Sather, Boy 1st class who failed to return and are absent without leave

9am to 4pm. Light variable airs, overcast, Smooth Sea. crew employed in Securing for Sea. 10:00 J.B. Johnstone Seaman 2nd class, and D.P. Hensley boy 1st class returned from liberty 2 hours leate, 10 day quarantine 12:00 F.W. Seltzer Cam Steward USN returned from Special liberty 3 hours late, 15 days quarantine 12:00 L.E. Sather, boy 1st class returned from liberty 4 hours late, 20 day quarantine Ordinary discharged Joseph B. S. Wolyniec Seaman, at his own request. Authority Headquarters letter April 9, 1919 (73) discharge No 4075 Honorably discharged Frank David Crook Oiler 1st class (a) account of expiration full term of enlistment. discharge no. 11845. Honorably discharged Lawrence Christensen coxswain (a) account of expiration full term of enlistment. discharge No 11846. Reenlisted Sentaro Aoki as Wardroom Steward granted liberty to the watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

J.B. Johnstone Seaman 2nd class - J.B. Johnstone Seaman 2nd class, and D.P. Hensley boy 1st class returned from liberty 2 hours leate, 10 day quarantine

D.P. Hensley boy 1st class - J.B. Johnstone Seaman 2nd class, and D.P. Hensley boy 1st class returned from liberty 2 hours leate, 10 day quarantine

F.W. Seltzer Cam Steward USN - returned from Special liberty 3 hours late, 15 days quarantine

L.E. Sather, boy 1st class - returned from liberty 4 hours late, 20 day quarantine

Joseph B. S. Wolyniec Seaman - Ordinary discharged Joseph B. S. Wolyniec Seaman, at his own request. Authority Headquarters letter April 9, 1919 (73) discharge No 4075

Frank David Crook Oiler 1st class (a) - Honorably discharged Frank David Crook Oiler 1st class (a) account of expiration full term of enlistment. discharge no. 11845

Lawrence Christensen coxswain (a) - Honorably discharged Lawrence Christensen coxswain (a) account of expiration full term of enlistment. discharge No 11846

Sentaro Aoki - Reenlisted Sentaro Aoki as Wardroom Steward

4pm to Mid. Light SSE airs, cloudy, Smooth Sea. Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp = 66°-69° C.E. Anderson Lieut.


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san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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18 April 1919

From Mid to 9am. Light SW airs Cloudy. Smooth Sea Crew employed with Morning routine Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lieut

9 to 4PM Light SW air to Light SW breeze partly cloudy. Crew employed with stowing stores and securing ship for sea also unloading stores of USCG Tug Golden gate 12:45 USC Gard tug Golden Gate alongside with stores for general mess 2:30 Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class 3:30 Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

USC Gard tug Golden Gate - 12:45 USC Gard tug Golden Gate alongside with stores for general mess

E. Roots oiler USN - Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class

F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN - Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class

C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF - Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class

H.H. Anister firman 3rd class - Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class

~ J. McPhee Coxswain - Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class

H. Matthieson Eng first class - Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class

L. Korth firman 3rd class - Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class

S. McDonough firman 2nd class - Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class

G. Babcock firman 3rd class - Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class

B. Conselyea firman 2nd class - Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class

E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class - Received the following draft of men from Receiving Ship Mare Island for duty on board this vessel E. Roots oiler USN F.J. Freeman Eng. 1st class USN C. Andress Firman 2nd class USNRF H.H. Anister firman 3rd class ~ J. McPhee Coxswain H. Matthieson Eng first class L. Korth firman 3rd class S. McDonough firman 2nd class G. Babcock firman 3rd class B. Conselyea firman 2nd class E. Chamberman Engienman 2nd class

G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

L. Wallach ships writer - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

L.L.C. Joel water tender - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

H.F. LaRoy water tender - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

W.H. Turner fireman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

R. Dinchart fireman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

C.T. Hadley fireman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

H.D. Paulson fireman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

J. McWatters ordinary seaman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

L. Straley ordinary seaman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

H.M. Miller ord. seaman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

C.C. Kramer ord. seaman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

T.C. Gray ord seaman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

O. Keiner ord. seaman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

C. Grognet ord. seaman - Received from US Coast Guard Academy New London Connecticut the following named draft of men for duty onboard this vessel, L. Wallach ships writer G.E. Finney Oiler 1st class L.L.C. Joel water tender H.F. LaRoy water tender W.H. Turner fireman R. Dinchart fireman C.T. Hadley fireman H.D. Paulson fireman J. McWatters ordinary seaman L. Straley ordinary seaman H.M. Miller ord. seaman C.C. Kramer ord. seaman O.F. Spannenberge ord seaman T.C. Gray ord seaman O. Keiner ord. seaman F.C. Honeywell ord. seaman C. Grognet ord. seaman A.F. Reynolds, Mach 1c

4:00 Received from Goat Island San Francisco California the following draft of men for duty onboard this vessel M. Mitchell seaman 1st class G.L. Kleckner seaman 1st class 2:45 US Coast Guard Tug alongside with stores for General Mess and ward room ships crew unloading and stowing same Stores onboard Tug leaving at 3:45 11:00 Received official message from USS Marblehead When will ship leave 12:00 Sent to Marblehead noon coal reaport expended 2 tons on hand 256 tons Omitted quarters and drills account of crew employed with stowing stores Granted liberty to the watch. Enlisted this day on probation Warren Scott Norolin as boy, first class W.B. Huebner, Lieut jg

G.L. Kleckner seaman 1st class - Received from Goat Island San Francisco California the following draft of men for duty onboard this vessel M. Mitchell seaman 1st class G.L. Kleckner seaman 1st class

M. Mitchell seaman 1st class - Received from Goat Island San Francisco California the following draft of men for duty onboard this vessel M. Mitchell seaman 1st class G.L. Kleckner seaman 1st class

Warren Scott Norolin - Enlisted this day on probation Warren Scott Norolin as boy, first class

4PM to Mid Light SW air to Calm Cloudy Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 67°-69° W.B. Huebner, Lieut jg


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san francisco california

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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19 April 1919

Mid to 9AM Calm Cloudy Crew employed with saturday morning routine Liberty party returned on time W.B. Huebner, Lieut jg

9am to 4pm. Calm to westerly breezes, clear. smooth sea. Crew employed in securing for sea. 10:05 The following men reported aboard for duty from Naval Training Station, Goat Island; J. Figuerra M.Att 3cl, and B. Elegino M.Att 3cl.

J. Figuerra M.Att 3cl - The following men reported aboard for duty from Naval Training Station, Goat Island; J. Figuerra M.Att 3cl, and B. Elegino M.Att 3cl.

B. Elegino M.Att 3cl. - The following men reported aboard for duty from Naval Training Station, Goat Island; J. Figuerra M.Att 3cl, and B. Elegino M.Att 3cl.

Bureau telegram 12th 10:20 Dr. Frank H. Johnson, USPHS Ass't Surgeon reported aboard for duty. 10:35 Water barge came alongside and after delivering 9,000 gal. of water left at 11:35 11:30 H.J. Mondet Yeoman (chief) USNRF returned from eight days leave. 11:40 Noon Coal Report to "Marblehead". Two tons 1320 pounds expended, 256 tons 36 pounds on hand. 12:00M. USS Brutus entered port and anchored about 400 yds to the Eastward.

Dr. Frank H. Johnson, USPHS Ass't Surgeon - reported aboard for duty

H.J. Mondet Yeoman (chief) USNRF - returned from eight days leave

USS Brutus - entered port and anchored about 400 yds to the Eastward

1:30 The Submarine Chasers 255, 298, 300 entered the harbour having made the trip from the East Coast via Panama Canal.

255 - 1:30 The Submarine Chasers 255, 298, 300 entered the harbour having made the trip from the East Coast via Panama Canal.

298 - 1:30 The Submarine Chasers 255, 298, 300 entered the harbour having made the trip from the East Coast via Panama Canal.

300 - 1:30 The Submarine Chasers 255, 298, 300 entered the harbour having made the trip from the East Coast via Panama Canal.

See notes at end


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19 April 1919

2:30 Transferred H.J. Mondet chief yeoman to Receiving Ship, Goat Island, Calif. 3:00 Quarantined F.R. Vertner Ph.Mt. 3cl thirty days for returning to ship under the influence of intoxicants A.V. Wilder 3rd Lieut.

H.J. Mondet chief yeoman - 2:30 Transferred H.J. Mondet chief yeoman to Receiving Ship, Goat Island, Calif.

F.R. Vertner Ph.Mt. 3cl - 3:00 Quarantined F.R. Vertner Ph.Mt. 3cl thirty days for returning to ship under the influence of intoxicants

4pm to Mid. Variable light breezes, clear, and sea smooth. Granted liberty to the watch. Inspected magazine and powder sample. Temp. 66°-68° A.V. Wilder 3rd Lieut.

1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman. 2:00, Transferred Harold G. Mondet, ChY, USNRF, to Receiving ship, San Francisco, Cal. for release from active service he being in excess of complement. Released this day from active service the following men of the Naval Reserve Force, authority Bureau Navigation Circular Letter 23-19:- John Mayo, BM 2cl, Thomas James Billingsley, QM 3cl, James A. Michels seaman; and John Raymond Hayes, seaman. Transferred Carl Goetzler, Oiler 1st class, now in the hospital at Palo Alto, Cal., to Southern Division for future transfer to Apache, Headquarters telegram 13118

W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

E. Roots, Oiler USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

C. Andress, F2, USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

H. Anister, F3, USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

L. Korth, F3, USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

B. Conselyea, F2, USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

S. McDonaugh, F2, USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

G. Babcock, F3, USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

M. Mitchell, sea - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

G.L. Kleckner, seaman - 1:30, received instructions from Commandant, 12th Naval District to return all Navy Men except ~ attendants recently assigned to their original stations on account of receipt of Coast Guard draft of men; so accordingly sent the following men to Receiving Ship, Mare Island: W.J. McPhee, Cox., USN; H. Matthieson, Eng 1 cl., USN, E. Roots, Oiler USN, F. Freeman, Eng. 1cl; USN, C. Andress, F2, USN, H. Anister, F3, USN; L. Korth, F3, USN; B. Conselyea, F2, USN; S. McDonaugh, F2, USN; G. Babcock, F3, USN; E. Chamberlain, Eng. 2c, USN; and to Receiving Ship, San Francisco, Cal.; the following men: A.W. Bean, Eng. 2c, USN; M. Mitchell, sea; & G.L. Kleckner, seaman

Harold G. Mondet, ChY, USNRF - 2:00, Transferred Harold G. Mondet, ChY, USNRF, to Receiving ship, San Francisco, Cal. for release from active service he being in excess of complement

John Mayo, BM 2cl - Released this day from active service the following men of the Naval Reserve Force, authority Bureau Navigation Circular Letter 23-19:- John Mayo, BM 2cl, Thomas James Billingsley, QM 3cl, James A. Michels seaman; and John Raymond Hayes, seaman

Thomas James Billingsley, QM 3cl - Released this day from active service the following men of the Naval Reserve Force, authority Bureau Navigation Circular Letter 23-19:- John Mayo, BM 2cl, Thomas James Billingsley, QM 3cl, James A. Michels seaman; and John Raymond Hayes, seaman

James A. Michels seaman - Released this day from active service the following men of the Naval Reserve Force, authority Bureau Navigation Circular Letter 23-19:- John Mayo, BM 2cl, Thomas James Billingsley, QM 3cl, James A. Michels seaman; and John Raymond Hayes, seaman

John Raymond Hayes, seaman - Released this day from active service the following men of the Naval Reserve Force, authority Bureau Navigation Circular Letter 23-19:- John Mayo, BM 2cl, Thomas James Billingsley, QM 3cl, James A. Michels seaman; and John Raymond Hayes, seaman

Carl Goetzler, Oiler 1st class - Transferred Carl Goetzler, Oiler 1st class, now in the hospital at Palo Alto, Cal., to Southern Division for future transfer to Apache, Headquarters telegram 13118


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san francisco caf

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4


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20 April 1919

whistle bouy in bonita channel abeam 18 mile dist

Lat 22.1, Long 7.8

Mid. to 9am. Calm to light westerly airs, clear, and sea smooth. Liberty party returned on time. Crew employed securing decks for sea. A.V. Wilder, 3rd Lieut.

9Am to 4Pm - Light WSW airs to gentle NW breeze; partly cloudy. Liberty party returned on time. Honorably discharged Ben Norman Hansen, Water tender, account of expiration full term of second enlistment, discharge #11847. Made preparations for getting underway. #E.A. Coffin, Captain

Ben Norman Hansen, Water tender - Honorably discharged Ben Norman Hansen, Water tender, account of expiration full term of second enlistment, discharge #11847

4pm to 6pm. Gently NW breeze, cloudy. Moderate Sea. 4:00 up anchor and stood various courses out San Francisco bay 5:15 Point Bonita abeam 1/4 Mile dist off (log 26.5) changed course WNW1/4W Standard compass. 5:30 Whistle bouy in Bonita channel abeam 1/8 Mile dist off log 29.9 changed course W1/2S. Standard compass and so to end of watch. 4:00 Sent following radiogram to Commandant twelfth Naval district. Unalga Sailed from San Francisco California at four pm to day. 16220. 4:35 Received following radiogram from twelfth Naval district. Lieutenant (jg) W.B. Huebner Orders cancelled ~ to remain on board 17210. C.E. Anderson Lt

Lieutenant (jg) W.B. Huebner - Lieutenant (jg) W.B. Huebner Orders cancelled ~ to remain on board 17210

#3:00 By authority of the Commanding Officer, Southern Division, PC received on board for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska, without expense to the Government there being no other means of transportation: Mr. A.H. Mittendorf, 1472 6th Ave., San Francisco; Mr. J.C. Redpath, 453 Mills Bldg, San Francisco and Mr. S. Applegate, 2609 Regent Street, Berkeley, Cal. E.A. Coffin, Captain

Mr. A.H. Mittendorf - By authority of the Commanding Officer, Southern Division, PC received on board for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska, without expense to the Government there being no other means of transportation: Mr. A.H. Mittendorf, 1472 6th Ave., San Francisco; Mr. J.C. Redpath, 453 Mills Bldg, San Francisco and Mr. S. Applegate, 2609 Regent Street, Berkeley, Cal.

Mr. J.C. Redpath - By authority of the Commanding Officer, Southern Division, PC received on board for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska, without expense to the Government there being no other means of transportation: Mr. A.H. Mittendorf, 1472 6th Ave., San Francisco; Mr. J.C. Redpath, 453 Mills Bldg, San Francisco and Mr. S. Applegate, 2609 Regent Street, Berkeley, Cal.

Mr. S. Applegate - By authority of the Commanding Officer, Southern Division, PC received on board for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska, without expense to the Government there being no other means of transportation: Mr. A.H. Mittendorf, 1472 6th Ave., San Francisco; Mr. J.C. Redpath, 453 Mills Bldg, San Francisco and Mr. S. Applegate, 2609 Regent Street, Berkeley, Cal.

6PM to 8PM Moderate west breeze Clear Moderate sea Course by standard compass W1/2N throughout the watch Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 66°-68 W.B. Huebner, Lieut jg

8pm to Mid - Fresh to strong West and WNW breezes; clear; sea rough. 9:11 Point Reyes abeam (3.5 miles distant) log 54.3, stood NWxW3/4W, psc until end of watch E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 38.78, Long -124.27


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21 April 1919

Mid to 4:00am:- Strong NW breeze partly cloudy, bright moonlight, rough sea. Vessel pitching easily. On course NWxW3/4W (PSC) speed 75 revolutions, throughout watch. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

4am to 8am. Strong NW breeze; cloudy. Moderate Sea, Vessel pitching crew employed variously On course NWxW3/4W standard compass. 7:30 changed course to NW Standard compass log 3.0 and so till end of watch C.E. Anderson Lt

8am to Merid. Strong NW breeze partly cloudy Moderate Sea vessel pitching easily Omitted quarters and drills account of roughness and pitching of vessel On course NW standard compass through the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

MErid to 4pm - Strong NNW breeze; partly cloudy; rough sea - vessel pitching easily. 12:00 Changed course to NNW1/2W per standard compass (24.6) and so until end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00 to 6:00pm:- Strong NNW breezes, partly cloudy, rough sea, vessel rolling and pitching easily. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 64°-67°. Vessel on course NNW1/2W (PSC) G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

6:00 to 8:00pm. Strong NNW breeze partly cloudy rough Sea vessel rolling easily On course NNW1/2W by standard compass throughout Watch C.E. Anderson, Lieut

8:00PM to Mid Strong NW breeze partly cloudy Rough sea vessel pitching easily On course NNW1/2W by standard compass through the watch Issued 60 night rations W.B. Huebner, Lt jg


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 40.77, Long -124.92


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22 April 1919

Mid to 4am - Strong NNW breeze; partly to mostly cloudy; sea rough and vessel pitching easily. On course NNW1/2W per standard compass during the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

4:00am to 8:00am. Strong NNW breezes, mostly cloudy, rough sea, vessel pitching easily. Vessel on course NNW1/2W (PSC). G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

8am to Mer.: Strong NNW breeze cloudy Moderate Sea. on course NNW1/2W Standard compass. 8:16 Log reads 22.5 changed course to NxW5/8W. Standard compass. 9:00 Log reads 27.5 changed course to NxW1/4W. Standard compass. Same course was steered to end of watch. Crew employed variuosly around deck. C.E. Anderson Lieut

Merid. to 4PM Fresh NNW breeze. Cloudy Moderate sea On course NxW1/4W by standard compass this course throughout the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

4pm to 6pm - Fresh NNW breeze; mostly cloudy; moderate sea. 5:40 changed course to NxW5/8W per standard compass (82.8) Inspected magazine and powder sample; magazine temperatures 63°-65°. E.A. Coffin, Captain

6:00 to 8:00pm:- Fresh NNW breezes, partly cloudy, moderate sea. Vessel on course NxW5/8W (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut.

8pm to Mid Fresh NNW breeze, cloudy, moderate Sea On course NxW5/8W Standard compass throughout watch Issued 60 Night rations C.E. Anderson, Lt


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 43.35, Long -124.98


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23 April 1919

Mid. to 4AM Strong NNW breeze partly cloudy Moderate sea On course NxW5/8W per standard compass throughout the watch W.B. Huebner Lt jg

4am to 8am - Fresh NxW breeze; nearly overcast; moderate head Sea. Vessel on course NxW5/8W per standard compass throughout the watch. Performed morning routine duties. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00am to Merid:- Fresh to moderate NxW breezes, mostly cloudy, moderate to smooth sea. Men employed variously. Vessel on course NxW5/8W (PSC) throughout watch G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

Merid to 4pm Moderate NxW breeze cloudy Smooth Sea; Crew employed variously. Omitted Quarters on account necessary work On course NxW5/8W throughout Watch. # Enlistment W.F. Young Assistant Master at Arms, Expired, and Extended in accordance with art 335 (b) Regulations C.E. Anderson Lt

W.F. Young Assistant Master at Arms - Enlistment W.F. Young Assistant Master at Arms, Expired, and Extended in accordance with art 335 (b) Regulations

4PM to 6PM Gentle NxW breeze Cloudy Smooth sea On course NxW5/8W throughout the watch per standard compass Inspected magazine and powder samples temp 63°-65°. W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

6pm to 8pm Gentle NW breeze, Cloudy, Smooth Sea. On course NxW5/8W throughout the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00pm to Mid: Gentle NxW to moderate NW breezes, mostly cloudy, smooth sea, Issued 60 night rations. Vessel on course NxW5/8W (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut.


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 46.43, Long -125.03


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24 April 1919

destruction island light abeam

Lat 22.2, Long 113.9

Mid to 4am Gentle NW breeze. Overcast to hazy. drizzling rain Smooth Sea. On course NxW5/8W. through Out Watch C.E. Anderson Lt

4AM to 8AM Gentle NW breeze Overcast to partly cloudy Rain to squalles Smooth sea Crew employed with morning routine On course NxW5/8West through out watch W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

8am to Merid - Moderate to fresh WNW breeze; overcast with rain; moderate sea. Crew scrubbed decks. 10:00 changed course to NxW7/8W per standard compass (72.6), and stood this course to end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

Merid to 4:00pm - Fresh NW breezes, mostly cloudy, passing showers, moderate sea. Men employed variously. Omitted quarters and drills on account of inclement weather Vessel on course NxW7/8W (PSC) throughout watch G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

4PM To 6PM From fresh NW breeze to Strong NW breeze, overcast Moderate Sea. On course NxW7/8W, throughout Watch Inspected Magazine and powder samples temp. C.E. Anderson, Lieut.

6PM to 8PM Fresh NW breeze cloudy to overcast Moderate sea On course NxW7/8W through out watch per standard compass. W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

8pm to Mid - Gentle WNW breeze; overcast with rain; moderate sea. Issued 60 night rations. Vessel on course NxW7/8W throughout the watch. 11:49 Destruction Island light abeam (68.1) E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0


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25 April 1919

port angeles lt abeam 814 29 miles distant

Lat 43.1, Long 7.2

Mid to 4:00am Gentle NW breezes; mostly cloudy, passing showers, moderate to smooth sea Vessel on course NxW7/8W (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

4AM to 8AM From Gentle NW breeze to light SE breeze Overcast Moderate Sea. Crew employed with morning routine 5:00 Log reading 6.9 changed course to N1/2E. Standard compass 5:38 Log reading 11.8 changed course to NE. Standard compass 6:00 Log reading 15.2 changed course to ENE Standard compass 6:20 Log reading 17.7 changed course to NE1/2N Standard compass 7:21 Duncan Rock abeam 1 1/2 Mile distance off. log 26.2. changed course E1/2N Standard compass. Watch ends on course E1/2N. Waddah Island bearing ESE 1 1/2 dist off. course and Bearings by Standard compass. 7:55 Sent following radiogram to Commandant 13th Naval district, Unalga expect to arrive Seattle ten am Twenty Sixth. 07025. C.E. Anderson Lt.

8AM to Merid. Light SE air partly cloudy Smooth sea Crew employed with cleaning motor sailor On course E7/8 North per standard compass through out the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

Merid. to 4pm. Gentle SE breeze, cloudy, smooth sea. Crew employed sweeping down deck. 1:19 Race Rock Lt. abeam (75.3) 7.3 miles distant. stood NExE1/8E psc 2:06 Port Angeles Lt. abeam (81.4) 2.9 miles distant. 3:38 New Dungeness abeam (93.6) 2.1 miles distant. stood NExE1/2E psc 12:00-1:19 on course E3/8N, 1:19-3:38 on course NExE1/8E 3:38 to end of watch stood on NExE1/2E E.A. Coffin Captain

4:00 to 6:00pm:- Light SE breeze partly cloudy smooth sea. 4:05 (97.4) in log began to swing ship at slow speed. 5:15 (97.4) over log having finished sw~ing ship, on course ExN (PSC) and so to end of watch. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 61° 62° G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

6 to 8pm Light SE breeze cloudy Smooth Sea. Stood various courses up Puget sound. 8 Double Bluff Bearing NNE Standard compass. 4 miles dist off C.E. Anderson Lt


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came to anchor of scatchet head

Lat 41.0, Long 29.0

8PM to Mid Light SE breeze to Light NNW breeze partly cloudy to Clear. 8:10 Hauled in Log. 23.6 then Standing various courses to anchorage, 9:00 Came to anchor of Scatchet Head in 10 fathoms of water with 45 fathoms of port chain W.B. Huebner, Lt jg


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3


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26 April 1919

various courses up puget sound

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Mid to 8:00am: Light NNW to NE breezes, clear to thick fog. Smooth sea. 5:30 (23.6) under way, over log. Stood various courses up Puget Sound 7:00 (37.4) West Point Light abeam distant 0.3 miles. 7:30 (42.5) Decatur Reef Buoy close, in log. stood various courses through Richs Passage. Watch ends vessel standing up for Puget Sound Navy Yard. Scrubbed decks with sand. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

8am to Merid. 8:40 Came to anchor with 30 fathoms port chain at Bremerton Navy Yard. 9:00 Transferred 18 pieces of freight to the USCGC "Bear". 10:20 Commanding Officer returned from official visit to the Commandant 13th Naval District; reported arrival of Unalga and obtained permission to leave. 10:28 Underway, stood various courses to Seattle. 12:00 Moored to Hammond's dock, Seattle. Calm and clear, sea smooth. # A.V. Wilder 3rd Lt.

USCGC "Bear" - 9:00 Transferred 18 pieces of freight to the USCGC "Bear"

Merid to 4pm. Westerly airs, blue sky. 1:00 Granted liberty to the watch A.V. Wilder 3rd Lt.

4pm to Mid. Westerly airs, blue sky Inspected magazine and powder sample. Temp. 62°-65° Tested flood cock, OK A.V. Wilder, 3rd Lt.

# Honorable discharged William Forrest Young Assistant Master at Arms on account of expiration of full term of enlistment discharge Number 11848.

William Forrest Young Assistant Master at Arms - Honorable discharged William Forrest Young Assistant Master at Arms on account of expiration of full term of enlistment discharge Number 11848


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3


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27 April 1919

Mid. to 9am. Light westerly airs, blue sky Liberty party returned on time A.V. Wilder, 3rd Lt.

9am to 4pm - Light East airs to west breeze; overcast to partly cloudy. Granted liberty to one section of the crew. Observed Sunday. E.A. Coffin, Capt

4pm to Mid - Light west breeze to calm; partly cloudy. Inspected magazine and powder samples temp = 62°-64°. E.A. Coffin Capt.


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3


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28 April 1919

Mid to 8am - Calm to light SE airs; partly to mostly cloudy. Performed morning duties. Liberty party returned on time. E.A. Coffin, Capt.

8:00am to 4:00pm:- Light SE to NW breezes, partly cloudy 10:30 it was observed that F.R. Vertner, PhM 3cl, was not on board and that he had left the ship without permission - Receiving stores and fresh water Crew employed variously throughout day preparing ship for sea. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

F.R. Vertner, PhM 3cl - 10:30 it was observed that F.R. Vertner, PhM 3cl, was not on board and that he had left the ship without permission

4:00pm to Mid:- Light SW airs, partly cloudy 4:00 granted usual liberty to the watch Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 64°-63°. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut.


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3


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29 April 1919

Mid to 8:00am - Light SW to NE airs, partly cloudy. Morning duties performed. Liberty party returned on time Received from Bureau of Education, Seattle, Wash., 1813 feet of lumber for delivery to the Russian Church, Attu, Alaska. 8:00 F.R. Vertner, absent without leave 21 hours 30 minutes. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

F.R. Vertner - absent without leave 21 hours 30 minutes

8:00 to 4PM Light NW airs. cloudy. Smooth Sea. crew employed in Securing for Sea. 9:50 USS Snohomish arrived in Seattle. followed by 9 Submarine Chasers. Omitted Quarters and drills on account of Necessary Work. Receiving Stores for cruise C.E. Anderson Lt

USS Snohomish - 9:50 USS Snohomish arrived in Seattle. followed by 9 Submarine Chasers

4PM to Mid. Light variable airs, cloudy, Smooth Sea 9:00 Received following radio gear from Bureau of Navigation Lieutenant Samuel W. Connor, Medical Coprs USNRF hereby detached Proceed Seattle Washington and report to Commandant Thirteenth Naval district for duty. Twenty Four 13229. Inspected Magazine and powder Samples. temp = 63°-64° granted liberty C.E. Anderson, Lt

Lieutenant Samuel W. Connor, Medical Coprs USNRF - hereby detached Proceed Seattle Washington and report to Commandant Thirteenth Naval district for duty. Twenty Four 13229


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3


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30 April 1919

president point abeam

Lat 48.8, Long 16.7

Mid to 9am Light variable airs cloudy Smooth Sea Crew employed with Morning routine. Liberty party returned on time C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to Merid. Calm to Light west air partly cloudy Crew employed with securing ship for sea Honorably discharged this day on account of expiration full term of enlistment as Follows Euland David Simmons seaman Discharge No 11855 Ord. Sea Dennis Lawrence Armstrong Discharge No 11854 Boy 1st class Lawrence Edward Sather Discharge No 11853 Boy 1st class Harold Wayne Nissen Discharge No 11852 Boy 1st class Damian Xavier LaVallee Discharge No 11851 Boy 1st class Allen Harn Discharge No 11850 Boy 1st class Daniel Popejoy Hensley discharge no 11849 Ordinarily discharged this day on account of expiration of full term of enlistment Boy 1st class Elmer Blanchard Tompkins discharge no 4076 10:00 Received on board consignment miscellaneous freight for the Jesse Lee Home. Unalaska Alaska one box shoes and Rubbers, Needle work, merchandise, Knives and Forks, Cotton dress goods and Dry goods. 11:00 Officers and men received pay for current month Received fresh meat and vegetables for general mess. Filled all tanks with fresh water without expense to the Government W.B. Huebner Lt jg

Euland David Simmons seaman - Honorably discharged this day on account of expiration full term of enlistment as Follows Euland David Simmons seaman Discharge No 11855 Ord. Sea Dennis Lawrence Armstrong Discharge No 11854 Boy 1st class Lawrence Edward Sather Discharge No 11853 Boy 1st class Harold Wayne Nissen Discharge No 11852 Boy 1st class Damian Xavier LaVallee Discharge No 11851 Boy 1st class Allen Harn Discharge No 11850 Boy 1st class Daniel Popejoy Hensley discharge no 11849

Ord. Sea Dennis Lawrence Armstrong - Honorably discharged this day on account of expiration full term of enlistment as Follows Euland David Simmons seaman Discharge No 11855 Ord. Sea Dennis Lawrence Armstrong Discharge No 11854 Boy 1st class Lawrence Edward Sather Discharge No 11853 Boy 1st class Harold Wayne Nissen Discharge No 11852 Boy 1st class Damian Xavier LaVallee Discharge No 11851 Boy 1st class Allen Harn Discharge No 11850 Boy 1st class Daniel Popejoy Hensley discharge no 11849

Boy 1st class Lawrence Edward Sather - Honorably discharged this day on account of expiration full term of enlistment as Follows Euland David Simmons seaman Discharge No 11855 Ord. Sea Dennis Lawrence Armstrong Discharge No 11854 Boy 1st class Lawrence Edward Sather Discharge No 11853 Boy 1st class Harold Wayne Nissen Discharge No 11852 Boy 1st class Damian Xavier LaVallee Discharge No 11851 Boy 1st class Allen Harn Discharge No 11850 Boy 1st class Daniel Popejoy Hensley discharge no 11849

Boy 1st class Harold Wayne Nissen - Honorably discharged this day on account of expiration full term of enlistment as Follows Euland David Simmons seaman Discharge No 11855 Ord. Sea Dennis Lawrence Armstrong Discharge No 11854 Boy 1st class Lawrence Edward Sather Discharge No 11853 Boy 1st class Harold Wayne Nissen Discharge No 11852 Boy 1st class Damian Xavier LaVallee Discharge No 11851 Boy 1st class Allen Harn Discharge No 11850 Boy 1st class Daniel Popejoy Hensley discharge no 11849

Boy 1st class Damian Xavier LaVallee - Honorably discharged this day on account of expiration full term of enlistment as Follows Euland David Simmons seaman Discharge No 11855 Ord. Sea Dennis Lawrence Armstrong Discharge No 11854 Boy 1st class Lawrence Edward Sather Discharge No 11853 Boy 1st class Harold Wayne Nissen Discharge No 11852 Boy 1st class Damian Xavier LaVallee Discharge No 11851 Boy 1st class Allen Harn Discharge No 11850 Boy 1st class Daniel Popejoy Hensley discharge no 11849

Boy 1st class Allen Harn - Honorably discharged this day on account of expiration full term of enlistment as Follows Euland David Simmons seaman Discharge No 11855 Ord. Sea Dennis Lawrence Armstrong Discharge No 11854 Boy 1st class Lawrence Edward Sather Discharge No 11853 Boy 1st class Harold Wayne Nissen Discharge No 11852 Boy 1st class Damian Xavier LaVallee Discharge No 11851 Boy 1st class Allen Harn Discharge No 11850 Boy 1st class Daniel Popejoy Hensley discharge no 11849

Boy 1st class Daniel Popejoy Hensley - Honorably discharged this day on account of expiration full term of enlistment as Follows Euland David Simmons seaman Discharge No 11855 Ord. Sea Dennis Lawrence Armstrong Discharge No 11854 Boy 1st class Lawrence Edward Sather Discharge No 11853 Boy 1st class Harold Wayne Nissen Discharge No 11852 Boy 1st class Damian Xavier LaVallee Discharge No 11851 Boy 1st class Allen Harn Discharge No 11850 Boy 1st class Daniel Popejoy Hensley discharge no 11849

Boy 1st class Elmer Blanchard Tompkins - Ordinarily discharged this day on account of expiration of full term of enlistment Boy 1st class Elmer Blanchard Tompkins discharge no 4076

Merid. to 4pm. Westerly airs, partly cloudy, smooth sea. Crew employed, stowing provisions and securing ship for sea. 1:00 Reported, steam up 1:30 Cast off stood various courses out through Puget Sound Sent the following radio-gram; Coast Guard Washington Unalga sailed from Seattle at one-thirty pm. 13430. Dodge. Commandant Thirteenth Naval District Puget Sound Unalga sailed from Seattle at one-thirty pm. 13430 Dodge. 2:25 West Point abeam (44.0) stood course NxW3/8W psc 3:10 President Point abeam (49.0) stood course NWxW psc

Cont.


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point no point abeam distant 03 miles

Lat 54.1, Long -128.1

Merid to 4pm continued. Doctor S.W. Connor making up inventory of Medical supplies to turn over to his relief before leaving the vessel. A.V. Wilder 3rd Lt. E.A. Coffin

Doctor S.W. Connor - making up inventory of Medical supplies to turn over to his relief before leaving the vessel

4:00 to 6:00pm:- Gentle WNW breezes, partly cloudy, smooth sea. Stood various courses down Admiralty Inlet. 4:20 (59.4) Point No Point abeam, distant 0.3 miles. 6:00 (74.6) Marrowstone Point abeam, distant 0.5 miles and so watch ends G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut.

6PM to 8PM. Light NW breeze. cloudy. Smooth Sea On course NW Standard compass. 7:08 Partridge point buoy abeam 1/8 Mile dist off log 84.5. changed course to North by Standard and So to end of watch 8:00 Smith Island bearing SW Standard compass 4 Mile dist off Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp. 62°-63° C.E. Anderson Lt

8PM to Mid Moderate West breeze to Gentle SW breeze partly cloudy Smooth sea Made various courses for Burrows bay for anchorage 8:40 Log taken in (98.2) 8:50 Came to anchor with 45 fathoms of Port chain in 6 1/2 fathoms water W.B. Huebner, Lt jg


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F. G. Dodge Sr. Captain - San Anselmo, Calif.

T. G. Lewton Capt. of Eng. - 16 Vernon Street, Oakland, Calif.

W. K. Thompson Captain - 1424 Harrison Ave., Oakland, Calif.

E. A. Coffin Captain - 1224 E 52nd Street, Chicago, Ill.

G. W. MacLane 1st Lieut. - c/o J.H. Miller, 1304F St NW, Wash., D.C.

C. E. Anderson Lieutenant - 810 Spruce Street, Seattle, Wash.

E. W. Scott Lieutenant - 907 Mac Street, San Francisco, Calif.

F. H. Johnson Lieut (jg) - Carrizozo, New Mexico.

W. B. Huebner Lieut (jg) - 1453 W 52nd Street, Los Angeles, Calif.

S. B. Johnsen Boatswain - 536 Montgomery St., Charleston, Wash.

F. C. C. Greene Gunner - 394 E. Olive St., Seattle, Wash.

K. P. Floe Machinist - Washum Island, Puget Sound, Wash.

N. Brunila Carpenter - Washum Island, Puget Sound, Wash.


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LOGS FOR MAY 1919


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burrows bay washington

Lat 36.1, Long -3.2


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1 May 1919

Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

W.E. De Long, Sea 2c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

R.L. Grant, Cox'n - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

P.H. Pratt, Cox'n - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

V. Ekman, BM2c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

E.S. Chase, PhM2c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin

F.L. Smith, sea 2c - Addition to log for Thursday, May 1, 1919 8am to Merid - * J.B. Sowell, Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c H.C. Gilliland, Sea. 2c to Seaman W.C. Starr, Sea. 2c to Seaman G.W. Gibson, Sea 2c to Seaman C.M. McGinnis, Sea 2c to Seaman W.E. De Long, Sea 2c to Seaman R.L. Grant, Cox'n to BM2c P.A. Wisdom, Cox'n to BM2c R.D. Dennis, Sea 2c to QM3c E.T. Jordan, Sea 2c to QM3c P.H. Pratt, Cox'n to QM2c V. Ekman, BM2c to QM1c G.G.C. Pyle, Yeo 1c to Ch. Yeo. R.E. Robbins, Yeo 3c to Yeo 2c E.S. Chase, PhM2c to PhM1c F.L. Smith, sea 2c to fire 3c E.A. Coffin


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1 May 1919

abeam alden bank buoy 269 25 mi distant

Lat 32.0, Long 120.4

Mid to 8AM Gentle SW breeze Steady rain to overcast Smooth sea. Crew employed with morning routine 6:00 Up anchor and under way standing various courses out of Bay 6:20 put out Log reading (98.2) 8:00 On course NxW1/4W per standard point of sisters Island abeam W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

8am to Merid. Gentle southerly to westserly breezes, cloudy, smooth sea. Crew employed with paint work and various duties. Rated the following men this day; Barnard Griffin, from WT to Oiler 1c, R.F. Barnard, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c, S.O. Johnson, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c, * J.B. Johnston, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c. 9:15 Abeam Alden Bank buoy (26.9) 2.5 mi. distant. Stood course W1/2N psc 9:45 Abeam Patos Island light (30.8) 2.1 mi. distant. 11:10 Georgina Point light abeam (46.0) 2.3 mi. distant, stood NWxW1/2W psc Received Headquarters radiogram 16330 (April): 16329 Lieut. Wilder detached direct him proceed and report on Bear until arrival Snohomish then report for duty on latter vessel actual expense. Acknowledge. 16330 Coast Guard. E.A. Coffin, Captain

Barnard Griffin - Rated the following men this day; Barnard Griffin, from WT to Oiler 1c, R.F. Barnard, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c, S.O. Johnson, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c, * J.B. Johnston, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c

R.F. Barnard - Rated the following men this day; Barnard Griffin, from WT to Oiler 1c, R.F. Barnard, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c, S.O. Johnson, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c, * J.B. Johnston, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c

S.O. Johnson - Rated the following men this day; Barnard Griffin, from WT to Oiler 1c, R.F. Barnard, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c, S.O. Johnson, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c, * J.B. Johnston, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c

J.B. Johnston - Rated the following men this day; Barnard Griffin, from WT to Oiler 1c, R.F. Barnard, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c, S.O. Johnson, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c, * J.B. Johnston, from Sea. 2c to Fireman 3c

Lieut. Wilder - Received Headquarters radiogram 16330 (April): 16329 Lieut. Wilder detached direct him proceed and report on Bear until arrival Snohomish then report for duty on latter vessel actual expense. Acknowledge. 16330 Coast Guard

Merid to 4:00pm:- Moderate NW breezes partly cloudy smooth sea. 1:29 (67.5) Thrasher Rock abeam, distant 0.3 miles course WxN (PSC) 3:51 (90.8) Ballenas Island Light House abeam distant 0.5 miles course W1/4S (PSC) and so to end of watch. Crew preparing ship for coaling. Omitted quarters on account of necessary work # G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

F.E. Honeywell - # Detailed F.E. Honeywell, H.O. Keiner & J.W. McWatters, all os to mess duty in Wardroom.

# Detailed F.E. Honeywell, H.O. Keiner & J.W. McWatters, all os to mess duty in Wardroom.

H.O. Keiner - # Detailed F.E. Honeywell, H.O. Keiner & J.W. McWatters, all os to mess duty in Wardroom.

J.W. McWatters - # Detailed F.E. Honeywell, H.O. Keiner & J.W. McWatters, all os to mess duty in Wardroom.

4pm to Mid - Moderate NW breeze to calm; partly cloudy; smooth sea. 5:05 Sisters Lighthouse abeam, in log (10.6); various courses to Union Bay, BC. 7:20 made fast coal wharf, Union Bay. Granted liberty to crew. Inspected magazine; temperature 62° min - 64° max; Powder sample inspected. T.C. Gray, OS, detailed to mess duty in cabin. S. Norolin, Boy 1c, detailed to steerage. E.A. Coffin, Captain

T.C. Gray, OS - detailed to mess duty in cabin

S. Norolin, Boy 1c - detailed to steerage


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union bay bc

Lat 64.4, Long -173.3

coal: 113 tons - Fuel Received 113 tons Expended 6-160 Remaining 272-1212

coal: 113 tons -


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2 May 1919

shingle point abeam 14 mile dist

Lat 49.7, Long -124.9

Draft for 13-11 aft 14-6

Mid to 9am - Calm; clear. Breasted ship off forward, preparatory to coaling. Draft 13'11" for'd; 14'6" aft. 8:00 commenced coaling ship. Liberty party returned on time E.A. Coffin, Captain.

9:00am to Merid:- Calm to light North airs, clear. 9:15 started fires in forward boiler 11:00 Lieut. S.W. Connor (MC) USNRF, detached this day by order of Commanding Officer of April 30, 1919, authority Bunav dispatch #13229. 11:00 Third Lieut. A.V. Wilder detached by order of Commanding Officer of May 1, 1919, authority Headquarters dispatch #16330 (April) 11:00 finished coaling having received 113 tons of steaming coal from Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Limited. Draft after coaling 14'-6" aft - 15'-16" forward. Prepared to get under way. Men employed coaling ship 11:50 steam ready on forward boiler, cut in forward boiler and cut out after boiler. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

Lieut. S.W. Connor (MC) USNRF - detached this day by order of Commanding Officer of April 30, 1919, authority Bunav dispatch #13229

Third Lieut. A.V. Wilder - detached by order of Commanding Officer of May 1, 1919, authority Headquarters dispatch #16330 (April)

coal: 113 tons - 11:00 finished coaling having received 113 tons of steaming coal from Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Limited

Mer. to 4PM. Moderate NW breeze cloudy Smooth Sea. 12:15 Left wharf at Union bay. and stood various courses out. Baynes Sound, and Lambert channels. 2:10 Shingle point abeam 1/4 Mile dist off log 15.6. changed course to NWxN standard compass. 3:28 Cape Lazo abeam 2.5 Mile dist off log 28.5 changed course to NWxW3/4W Standard compass. crew employed in cleaning ship after coaling Watch ends Cape Lazo bearing SExS Standard compass 4 Mile dist off. C.E. Anderson Lt

4PM to 6PM Moderate NW breeze partly cloudy Smooth sea On course NWxW3/4W through out the watch per standard W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

6pm to 8pm - Moderate to fresh NW breeze; partly locudy and ha 6:55 Cape Mudge Lighthouse abeam, in log (56.7), stood


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various courses through discovery passage

Lat 50.2, Long -125.4

(continued) various courses through Discovery Passage. Inspected magazine; temperature 63° minimum, 65° maximum; powder sample OK E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00pm to Mid:- Fresh to light NW breezes; clear. Stood various courses through Discovery Passage. 8:10 passed through Seymour Narrows fifteen minutes before slack water. Stood various courses into Plumper Bay where at 8:30 anchored in 22 fathoms water, 75 fathoms port chain. Banked fires G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut


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plumper bay bc

Lat 64.4, Long -173.3


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3 May 1919

various courses up johnstone straits

Lat 50.6, Long -126.1

Mid to 8:00am. Light NW to Gentle West breezes, clear. Prepared to get underway. 6:10 under way. Stood out of Plumper Bay and up Discovery Passage. 7:30 Chatham Point Light abeam. Stood up Johnstone Strait. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

8am to Mer. From gentle NW breeze to gentle SW breeze, clear. Smooth Sea. Crew employed variously around deck. Stood various courses up Johnston Strait 12:00 Boat harbor light bearing WxS. Standard compass 2 Miles distance off Commanding officer inspected the ship C.E. Anderson Lt

Merid to 4PM Light SW breeze to light SW air Clear Smooth sea Crew employed with various work about ship Stood various courses up Johnstone straits 1:50PM Alert Bay abeam 3:00 Pulteney point Light abeam W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

4pm to 6PM - Fresh westerly breezes; clear; Smooth sea. 4:45 Masterman Island Lighthouse abeam, 1 mile distant, stood various courses up Goletas Channel and into Port Alexander. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 65° min, 66° maximum. Tested magazine flood cocks. E.A. Coffin, Captain

6PM to Mid. Fresh Westerly airs. clear. Smooth sea. 6:10 came to anchor in Port Alexander, in 30 fathoms of Water to 60 fathoms of port chain. C.E. Anderson Lieut


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port alexander

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6


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4 May 1919

course to nxw12 west till clark point abeam then various courses up fitzhugh sound

Lat 51.7, Long -127.9

Mid to 8AM From light SW airs to light NW airs. clear Smooth Sea 6:00 Up anchor and stood various courses out Port Alexander and Christy Pass. 7:31 Pine Island light abeam 3/4 Mile dist off log 61.7 changed course to NW3/4N standard compass and so to end of Watch crew employed with Sunday Morning routine 8:00 Storm Island bearing E3/4S. Standard 2 Miles dist off. C.E. Anderson Lt

8AM to Merid Gentle NW breeze Clear Smooth sea On course NW3/4N per standard till Egg Island light abeam 9:10 Egg Island light abeam Log (77.6) change course to NxW1/2 West till clark point abeam then various courses up Fitzhugh sound W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

Merid to 4pm - Gentle NW to moderate North breeze; clear and smooth. Standing various courses up Fitzhugh Sound. 3:23 Fog Rocks Lt. abeam. Inspected magazine & powder sample, temperatures 60° min, 62° max. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00 to 6:00pm:- Gentle NW to NNW breezes, clear, smooth sea 4:15 Walbran Rock close, stood various courses adjusting pilot house compass. 5:45 having finished adjusting compass stood into Lama Passage and so watch ends. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

6PM to Mid Gentle NNW breeze to Calm Clear Inspected Mag and powder sample Temp. 60°-62° Stood various courses up Lama passage 7:25 Came to anchor of Bella Bella in 24 fathoms of water with 50 fathoms of port chain W.B. Huebner Lt jg


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bella bella british columbia

Lat 6.9, Long -128.5


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5 May 1919

various courses up lama passage

Lat 52.8, Long -128.5

Mid to 8AM Calm. Clear. Crew employed with monday morning routnie 6:00 Up anchored and under way standing various courses up Lama passage W.B. Huebner Lt jg

8am to merid - Light Northerly breezes; partly cloudy; fine weather. 8:57 Jorkins Point Lt house abeam, stood various courses up Finlayson Channel. 10:40 Sarah Island Lthouse abeam, stood various courses up Tolmie Channel. Deck force scrubbing paintwork and stowing boat gear. E.A. Coffin, Captain

Merid to 4:00pm:- Gentle to light NW breezes, clear to partly cloudy, smooth. Stood various courses up Graham and Fraser Reaches. The enlistment of the following men expire this day and are extended under provision of Article 334 - B - Regulations Bernard Griffin, oiler first class (a) Daniel Gordon Heisler, fireman Earl Pat McGrath, fireman 3:40 Kingcome Point close. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut.

Bernard Griffin, oiler first class (a) - The enlistment of the following men expire this day and are extended under provision of Article 334 - B - Regulations Bernard Griffin, oiler first class (a) Daniel Gordon Heisler, fireman Earl Pat McGrath, fireman

Daniel Gordon Heisler, fireman - The enlistment of the following men expire this day and are extended under provision of Article 334 - B - Regulations Bernard Griffin, oiler first class (a) Daniel Gordon Heisler, fireman Earl Pat McGrath, fireman

Earl Pat McGrath, fireman - The enlistment of the following men expire this day and are extended under provision of Article 334 - B - Regulations Bernard Griffin, oiler first class (a) Daniel Gordon Heisler, fireman Earl Pat McGrath, fireman

4pm to 6pm Light to Gentle Westerly breeze. clear Smooth Sea. Stood various courses up Wright Sound and Grenville Channel. Inspected Magazine and powder Samples. temp 60°-62°. C.E. Anderson Lieut

6pm to Mid - Gentle West breeze to light East airs; clear. 7:20 anchored in Lowe Inlet in 24 fathoms water with 45 fathoms port chain. Banked fires. S. Mawlin, boy 1c given two and a half hours extra duty for neglect of duty. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

S. Mawlin, boy 1c - given two and a half hours extra duty for neglect of duty


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lowe inlet bc

Lat 53.5, Long -129.6


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6 May 1919

spire island lt abeam

Lat 31.9, Long 116.5

Mid to 8am - Light East airs to gentle NW breeze; clear to overcast wth fog. 6:45 Underway and stood up Grenville Channel various courses. Performed morning routine duties. 7:00 Klewniggit Lt abeam, 1/2 mile distant. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00am to Merid:- Gentle NW breezes, mostly to partly cloudy, smooth sea Stood various courses up Greenville Channel through Arthur and Malacca Passages to Chatham Sound. 10:40 (9.0) over log. 10:42 (9.5) Lawyer Island Light House abeam distant 0.3 miles. 11:00 increased to full speed one boiler in order to reach Ketchikan for purpose of placing Perry H. Pratt, QM 1st cl, in the hospital as he suffering from influenza complicated by double pneumonia. Men employed variously. Watch ends vessel approaching Lucy Island G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

Perry H. Pratt, QM 1st cl - 11:00 increased to full speed one boiler in order to reach Ketchikan for purpose of placing Perry H. Pratt, QM 1st cl, in the hospital as he suffering from influenza complicated by double pneumonia

Mer. to 4pm. Light NW airs. clear Smooth Sea. crew employed in cleaning paintwork 12:03 Lucy Island abeam 0.7 Mile dist off changed course to NxW3/4W, Standard. log 23.3. 1:44 Birnie Island light abeam, 2 Miles dist off log 40.0 Changed course to WNW3/4W standard compass. 3:44 Tree point light abeam 1 Mile dist off log 59.3 Changed course to NW standard compass and so to end of watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

4PM to 6PM Light NW air Clear. Smooth Sea On course NW by standard compass through out the watch 6:00 Mary Island light abeam 1/2 mile distance off bearing SW per standard compass. W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

6pm to 8pm - Light NW breeze; clear. 7:35 Spire Island Lt. abeam, in log (93.7) stood various courses up channel for Ketchikan. E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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6 May 191

various courses up tongass narrows to ketchikan

Lat 55.4, Long -131.8

8:00pm to Mid:- Light NW breezes to airs, clear. Stood various courses up Tongass Narrows to Ketchikan where 8:30 made fast to dock starboard side to. Banked fires. Placed Perry H. Pratt, QM 2d cl USNRF in marine Hospital under treatment of US Public Health Surgeon. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 61°-62°. Expended 40 night rations. Honorably discharged the following men on account of expiratio full term of enlistment as extended under article 334-B - Regulations: Bernard Griffin, oiler 1st cl (a) discharge #11858 Daniel Gordon Heisler, fireman, dicharge #11857 Earl Pat McGrath, fireman, discharge #11856 G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

Perry H. Pratt, QM 2d cl USNRF - Placed Perry H. Pratt, QM 2d cl USNRF in marine Hospital under treatment of US Public Health Surgeon

Bernard Griffin, oiler 1st cl (a) - Honorably discharged the following men on account of expiratio full term of enlistment as extended under article 334-B - Regulations: Bernard Griffin, oiler 1st cl (a) discharge #11858 Daniel Gordon Heisler, fireman, dicharge #11857 Earl Pat McGrath, fireman, discharge #11856

Daniel Gordon Heisler, fireman - Honorably discharged the following men on account of expiratio full term of enlistment as extended under article 334-B - Regulations: Bernard Griffin, oiler 1st cl (a) discharge #11858 Daniel Gordon Heisler, fireman, dicharge #11857 Earl Pat McGrath, fireman, discharge #11856

Earl Pat McGrath, fireman - Honorably discharged the following men on account of expiratio full term of enlistment as extended under article 334-B - Regulations: Bernard Griffin, oiler 1st cl (a) discharge #11858 Daniel Gordon Heisler, fireman, dicharge #11857 Earl Pat McGrath, fireman, discharge #11856


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ketchikan alaska

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7


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7 May 1919

steamed up tongass narrows

Lat 56.0, Long -132.6

Mid to 8:00am:- Calm to light variable breezes, clear to partly cloudy. smooth sea. 5:30 unmoored and steamed up Tongass Narrows. 6:18 (93.8) over log. Rosa Reef Light abeam distan 0.2 miles. 6:40 (97.3) Guard Island Light abeam, distant 0.5 miles. Stood various courses up Clarence Strait. Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

8am to Mer: calm and clear Smooth Sea. 8:30 Slow speed and stood various courses. Swinging Ship 10:10 Finished adjusting compass. Full speed and up Clarence Strait NWxW1/4W Standard compass. crew employed variously Watch ends on course NWxW1/4W. Ratz harbor bouy bearing West 3 Miles dist off courses and bearings by standard compass. C.E. Anderson Lt

Merid to 4PM Light Various breez to Light SbyE air partly cloudy Crew employed with overhauling boat boxes and repairing boat oars Stood Various courses through Snow passage Changed course to WSW per standard when pt. Colypoys abeam Log (57.2) W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

4pm to 6pm Light SxE airs to SE breeze; mostly cloudy. 5:28 Helm Rock, (71.9) stood S3/8W by standard compass. and so to end of watch. E.A. Coffin Captain

6:00 to 8:00pm:- Fresh South breezes, partly cloudy, foggy, smooth sea. Stood various courses down Sumner Strait. 7:48 (94.2) Pt. St Albans Buoy abeam, distant 0.4 miles course SxW1/4W (PSC) and so to end of watch. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 60°-62° G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut


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7 May 1919

various courses down sumner strait

Lat 56.0, Long -134.1

8PM to Mid Light Southerly breeze cloudy Smooth Sea Stood various courses down Sumner Strait. 8:48 Cape Decision abeam 1/4 Mile dist off log 3.9 changed course to WSW3/4W standard compass and so to end of Watch 11:08 Cape Ommaney abeam 5 1/4 Miles dist off Issued 60 Night rations C.E. Anderson Lt


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4


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8 May 1919

various courses into sitka sound and into sitka harbor

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Mid to 4AM Light ESE breeze partly cloudy to overcast drizzling Smooth sea. On course WSW3/4W per standard compass until Log read 35.9 12:40 Log 35.9 changed course to NW3/4W and so through out the rest of the watch W.B. Huebner Lt jg

4am to 8am - Gentle ESE to moderate East breezes; overcast with passing showers; Smooth sea. Performed morning routine. 6:55 stood NNE7/8E by standard compass (85.0). increased speed to 80 RPM, and so to end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00am to 4:00pm:- Moderate NE to light South breezes, cloudy; rainy weather smooth sea. Stood various courses into Sitka Sound and into Sitka Harbor. 8:50 (100.1) Vitskari Rocks abeam distant 0.5 miles, in log. 9:30 set clocks back one hour. 8:50 anchored in 12 fathoms water, 30 fathoms port chain USS Vicksburg in port. Commanding Officer USS Vicksburg called officially on Commanding Officer. 9:30 USS Vicksburg left port. 9:45 up anchor and stood into wharf where at 10:15 moored starboard side to - Banked fires. Boarded vessels in port. Filled all fresh water tanks receiving 12000 gallons from Sitka Water Company. * G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

USS Vicksburg - in port

USS Vicksburg - 9:30 USS Vicksburg left port

4:00pm to Mid:- Light South breezes to SE airs, mostly cloudy, dirzzling Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 58°-58°. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

Boarded the following American Vessels in Sitka Harbor, Gas S. "Owana" - NOB do "Louise" - NOB do "Cricket" - Juneau - Nielsen, fishing do "Hecla" - Ketchikan - Hill - fishing Str "Star #3", Ketchikan - Thorwik - whaling Str "Star #1", Ketchikan - Hangen - whaling Str "Star #2", Ketchikan - Hoovik - whaling Gas Sc. "Senator" - Seattle - Hansen - fishing do do "Mars" - Petersburg - NOB Gas S. "Bubbles" NOB do "Escapade" Seattle - NOB do "Luna" Seattle - NOB do "Francis" - Kootz~ - Bennet - fishing do "Baranof" Sitka - Newall - fishing do "Onion" - NOB do "Hines" NOB do "Old Sitka" NOB do "Alfred" NOB Gas S. "Happy" NOB do "Nes~ Bay" NOB do Lydia" - Ketchikan NOB do "Zin~" - Sitka.


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8 May 1919

Boarding list continued Am. Gas S. "Lake Bay" - Portland, NOB. do "Ptarmigan" - Sitka, NOB. do "Almpic" - Sitka, NOB do "Cloud" - NOB do "Valentine" - Seattle, NOB. do "Moonlight" - Sitka NOB do "Tillie" NOB do "Billy C." Sitka, NOB. do "Somehow" - Bremerton NOB. do "Clydesdale" - Seattle, Cunnane, Cannery tender. do "Gaer" - Wrangell - NOB. do "MCH" - NOB Thirteen unnamed motor boats NOB G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

*10:00pm Frederick Randalph Vertner, Pharmacist mate 3rd class, USN, absent from vessel ten days without leave is declared a deserter from the Navy in accordance with Article 3232, Par. 2 and 4, Regulations USN. EAC.

Frederick Randalph Vertner, Pharmacist mate 3rd class, USN - 10:00pm Frederick Randalph Vertner, Pharmacist mate 3rd class, USN, absent from vessel ten days without leave is declared a deserter from the Navy in accordance with Article 3232, Par. 2 and 4, Regulations USN


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.42, Long -137.50


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9 May 1919

klokachef island point abeam distance of 2 miles

Lat 57.0, Long 38.9

Mid to 9:00am. Light NE to ENE airs, partly cloudy. Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

8am to Mer. Light Westerly breeze cloudy Smooth Sea. 10:00 Left wharf at Sitka and stood various courses Sitka Sound and Salisbury Sound. 12:00 Kane Island bearing West standard compass. 1 Mile dist off. Quarantine L. Wallach, Ships Writer (a) and J.W. McWatters Ordinary Seaman 30 days. For faling to Salute Commanding Officer. crew employed securing for Sea. C.E. Anderson Lt

L. Wallach, Ships Writer (a) - Quarantine L. Wallach, Ships Writer (a) and J.W. McWatters Ordinary Seaman 30 days. For faling to Salute Commanding Officer

J.W. McWatters Ordinary Seaman - Quarantine L. Wallach, Ships Writer (a) and J.W. McWatters Ordinary Seaman 30 days. For faling to Salute Commanding Officer

Merid to 4PM Light NW to South breeze to Gentle South to SSE breeze partly cloudy to passing showers Moderate Sea 12:38 Streamed log (0.4) Standing various courses out of Salisbury sound till Sinitsin Island abeam Log 1.1 then on course WSW1/2W 1:24 Klokachef Island point abeam distance of 2 miles Log (6.0) changed course to SWxW7/8W per standard compass and so through out the watch 3:00 Quarters followed by signal drill W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

4pm to 6pm - Moderate SSE breeze; mostly cloudy with passing showers first part; moderate sea. On course SWxW7/8W thruout watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

6:00 to 8:00pm:- Gentle SSE breezes, partly cloudy, moderate sea. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 59°-62°. Vessel on course SWxW7/8W (PSC). G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

8PM to Mid Moderate SSE breeze Overcast with passing rain squalls Moderate Sea. On course SWxW7/8W Standard compass. throughout watch Issued 60 Night rations C.E. Anderson Lt


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at sea gulf of alaska

Lat 57.53, Long -142.00


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10 May 1919

Mdi to 4AM Moderate ESE breeze Cloudy steady Rain Moderate Sea. Steady on course SWxW7/8W through out the watch W.B. Huebner Lt jg

4am to 8am - Moderate to gentle ESE breeze; mostly cloudy with passing showers first part; moderate sea; vessel rolling deeply. Performed morning routine. P.A. Wisdom, BM2c, chest and right fore-arm scalded with hot coffee at 4:40 am; taken off duty. On course SWxW7/8W psc thruout watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

P.A. Wisdom, BM2c - chest and right fore-arm scalded with hot coffee at 4:40 am; taken off duty

8:00am to Merid:- Gentle ESE to NE breezes, mostly cloudy, passing showers, moderate sea. Men employed variously. Vessel on course SWxW7/8W (PSC) throughout watch Commanding officer inspected the vessel. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

Merid to 4PM. Gentle NE breeze Mostly cloudy. hazy. passing rain Showers. Moderate Sea. Vessel on course SWxW7/8W Standard compass through watch. Retarted clock 20 min C.E. Anderson Lieut

4PM to 6PM Moderate NNE breeze overcast Drizzling rain Moderate Sea On course SWxW7/8W through out the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

6pm to 8pm - Moderate to fresh NNE breeze; overcast; moderate sea. On course SWxW7/8W thruout watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00pm to Mid:- Moderate NNE breezes, overcast to partly cloudy with moonlight, moderate sea. Inspected magazine and powder samples temperatures 59°-61° - tested flood cock. Issued 60 night rations. Vessel on course SWxW7/8W (PSC) throughout watch G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut


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gulf of alaska

Lat 57.77, Long -148.78


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11 May 1919

Mid to 4am. From Moderate NNE breeze to moderate Northerly breeze Overcast. passing rain Showers. Moderate Sea. Vessel on course SWxW7/8W (PSC) through out watch C.E. Anderson Lieut.

4am to 8am Moderate NNW breeze passing showers overcast Moderate sea Crew employed with Sunday morning routine On course SWxW7/8W through out the watch per standard compass W.B. Huebner Lt jg

8am to Merid - Moderate NNW to gentle West breezes; overcast to mostly cloudy with passing showers; moderate sea. 9:00 changed course to WSW1/8W psc and so until end of watch. Observed Sunday. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

Merid to 4:00pm:- Gentle to Moderate West breezez, partly cloudy smooth sea Vessel on course WSW1/8W (PSC) throughout watch. 12:30 set clocks back 20 minutes. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

4PM to 6PM. Gentle Westerly breeze. parlty cloudy, Smooth Sea. Vessel on course WSW1/8W (PSC) through out watch C.E. Anderson Lt

6PM to 8PM Gentle West to SW breeze Clear Smooth sea On course WSW1/8W per standard compass through out watch Raised Land ahead W.B. Huebner, Lt jg.

8pm to Mid - Gentle to light SW breeze; clear; smooth sea. 8:00 Slowed to 25 RPM. Issued 60 night rations. 9:45 in log (70.8) S. Mawlin, Boy 1c, given two hours extra duty for inattention to duty. Watch ends on course WSW1/8W psc. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperature 56° and 62°. E.A. Coffin, Capt.

S. Mawlin, Boy 1c - given two hours extra duty for inattention to duty


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kodiak alaska

Lat 57.8, Long -152.4


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12 May 1919

came to anchor in kodiak bay

Lat 57.8, Long -152.4

Mid to 4:00am Light SW breezes to calm, clear. bright moonlight, smooth sea. Vessel on course WSW1/8W (PSC) G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

4am to 8am. Light SW breeze clear Smooth Sea. crew employed with morning routine 4:15 ahead cruising speed and stood various courses in to Kodiak bay. 6:45 came to anchor in Kodiak bay. 12 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms at port chain 7:55 Commanding officer left vessel for shore C.E. Anderson, Lt

8am to Merid. Light SE breeze Clear 8:30 Held quarters followed by boat drill 11:35 Steam up reported up anchor and under way standing out on various courses W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

Recieved from postmaster Kodiak, Alaska two sacks of mail one locked for postmaster Unalaska Alaska W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

Merid to 4pm - Light ESE breeze to light outh airs; clear; Smooth sea. 1:06 Cape Chiniak bearing SSW1/2W psc, 5 miles distant (99.0) stood SSE1/2E psc. Set clocks back 30 minutes. Deck force working on boat gear. 3:00 Ugak Island abeam, 6.3 miles, (17.4), stood SxW3/8W psc. Watch ends on course SxW3/8W, 85 RPM. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00 to 6:00pm:- Gentle SSW breezes to light airs, clear, smooth sea. Vessel on course SxW3/8W (PSC) throughout watch G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

6:00PM to 8PM. Gentle SSW breeze, clear, Smooth Sea. Inspected magazine and powder samples temp 54°-56° On course SxW3/8W (PSC) through out watch; C.E. Anderson Lt.


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sitkinak island point abeam log 979 124 miles distance off

Lat , Long

8PM to Mid Gentle SSW to SW breeze Clear Smooth Sea On course SxW3/8W per standard untill 11:45 when Sitkinak Island point abeam Log (97.9) 12.4 miles Distance off changed to course SSW1/8W ~ Inspected magazine and powder sample 54°-56° Issued 60 night rations W.B. Huebner Lt jg


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at sea gulf of alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -144.0


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13 May 1919

vessel at anchor in chowiet bay

Lat 30.0, Long 112.4

Mid to 4am - Light SW to South breezes; clear to partly cloudy; Smooth sea. On course SSW1/8W psc thruout the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

4:00am to 8:00am:- Moderate to fresh SSE breezes, partly cloudy to overcast, smooth to choppy sea. Morning duties performed Vessel on course SSW1/8W (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

8am to Mer. From Moderate SSE breeze to a Moderate SE gale. overcast. rough Sea. Crew employed variously. On course SSW1/8W (psc) 8:20 South end, Chirikof Island abeam (log 71.4) 14 Miles dist off. changed course to WSW (psc). 11:00 Wind increasing to SE gale, rapidly falling barometer and threatening weather, hauled up for Chowiet island for harbor. course NWxW1/2W (psc) log (93.3) and so to end of watch. C.E. Anderson Lt

Merid to 4PM Moderate SE to ESE Gale Over cast rough sea Omitted quarters and drills account of roughness of sea On course NWxW1/2W until South island abeam 2:35 South island abeam changed course to NNW1/2W per standard Log 23.1 Distance off 1.4 miles 3:10 Log taken in (27.6) then stood various courses into anchorage 3:50 Came to anchor in Chowiet Bay in 21 fathoms of water to 75 fathoms of port chain W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

4pm to 6pm - Moderate to fresh ESE gale; overcast. At anchor, Chowiet Bay. E.A. Coffin, Captain

6pm to 8pm - Strong ESE gale; overcast rainy. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperature 54°-56°. Vessel at anchor in Chowiet Bay, standing sea watches. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

8pm to Mid; From strong ESE gale to Moderate Southerly breeze, overcast and rainy. 9:17 clock retarted 1 hour 16 min to apperant time 157° Meridian. Vessel at Anchor in Chowiet Bay Standing Sea Watches Issued 60 Night rations C.E. Anderson


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at anchor chowiet bay semidi islands

Lat 55.72, Long -158.50


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14 May 1919

cape kuprekoff bearing nw12n psc 35 mile dist off

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7

Mid to 4AM Gentle SSW breeze to Light South air partly cloudy smooth sea Vessel anchored in Chowiet Bay standing sea watch W.B. Huebner Lt jg

4am to 8am - Light South breeze to airs; partly to mostly cloudy; moderate sea. 4:45 got underway and stood out 5:00 over log (27.6). 5:07 West Cape Chowiet Island abeam 1 mile distant, stood SW1/2W psc. Performed morning duties Watch ends on course SW1/2W psc, 85 RPM E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00am to Merid:- Light SW to moderate WSW breeze, partly cloudy to overcast and thick falling snow. moderate sea. 9:30 sighted about twenty-five fur seals. Vessel on course SW1/2W (PSC) Men employed variously G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

fur seal - 25

Mer to 4PM. Moderate WSW breeze. Mostly cloudy. Moderate Sea. 3:00 Held Quarters followed by Signal drills and instruction in Seaman Ship. Vessel on course SW1/2W (psc) throughout watch. 4:00 Cape Kuprekoff bearing NW1/2N (psc), 3.5 Mile dist off. C.E. Anderson Lt

4PM to 6PM Fresh WSW to West breeze partly cloudy Moderate sea On course SW1/2W through out the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

6pm to 8pm - Fresh WNW breeze; cloudy; smooth sea. 6:25 Cape Devine abeam, 1.5 miles (48.3) stood W1/2S and various courses up Korovin Strait. 8:00 in log (62.5). E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00pm to Mid:- Light West breezes, partly cloudy Stood various courses into Humboldt Harbor where at 8:20 anchored in 11 fathoms water, 45 fathoms port chain. Banked fires. Commanding Officer inspected Sand Point Village and conferred with the citizens and found that they had had a very severe winter buy no sickness Issued 40 night rations. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut


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humbolt harbor popof island alaska

Lat 52.8, Long 114.2


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15 May 1919

came to anchor of deer island

Lat 32.2, Long 119.3

Mid to 8:00am:- Gentle West breezes, mostly cloudy, smooth sea. 5:25 Underway. stood various course out of Humboldt Harbor up Popof Strait and down Unga Strait. 5:55 (62.5) over log. 6:21 (66.7) Gull Island abeam distant 0.3 miles. 6:45 (70.0) course SW3/4W (psc). Morning duties performed G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

8am to Merid. From light West breeze to Moderate east breeze, from Mostly Cloudy to Overcast, heavy Snow Storm, Smooth Sea. Stood various courses through out watch crew employed around decks variously 12:00 Goloi island bearing NE1/4E (psc) 1 1/2 Mile dist off. C.E. Anderson Lt

Mer to 4pm. Moderate Easterly breeze, overcast and heavy snow, Smooth Sea; stood various courses to SW side of Deer Island. 2:20 Came to anchor of Deer island on account of heavy snow, 13 fathoms water to 60 fathoms of port chain; 2:32 clock retarted 30. min. Omitted Quarters and drills on account of inclement weather C.E. Anderson Lt

4PM to Mid From Moderate Easterly breeze to Strong NW breeze Overcast to partly cloudy rough Sea. Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp 54°-56° Vessel at anchor of Deer Island C.E. Anderson Lieut


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deer island alaska

Lat 32.2, Long 119.3


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16 May 1919

at anchor off deer island

Lat 32.2, Long 119.3

Mid to 9am. From Strong NW breeze to full NW gale cloudy Rough Sea. 6:00 Wind increasing to full gale Vessel to 90 fathoms all port chain. Crew employed with morning routine C.E. Anderson, Lieut

9AM to 4PM Whole NW Gale partly cloudy rough sea Crew employed on main deck with cleaning paint work At anchor off Deer Island account of Whole gale blowing and very heavy sea Omitted quarters and drill account of inclement weather W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4PM to Mid Whole NW Gale partly cloudy Rough sea Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 52°-53° Issued 20 night rations. W.B. Huebner, Lt jg


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cape pankof nxw34w mag 65 miles distant

Lat 54.7, Long -163.1


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17 May 1919

fox island abeam

Lat 53.2, Long -127.9

Mid to 8am Strong SW Gale to Light various air partly cloudy Crew employed with morning routine 5:00 up anchor and under way standing variosu courses 5:22 Fox Island abeam set course to SSW3/4W per Standard Log (37.7) 6:44 Umga Island abeam changed course SxW1/2 West distance of 2.5 miles Log (49.4) and so to the end of the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

8am to Merid - Gentle to fresh SE breeze; mostly cloudy to overcast with heavy snow. 8:10 log (62.3) stood SExE5/8E per standard compass. 9:30 in log (73.9) 9:40 anchored Acherk Harbor, Sanak Island, 14 fathoms water with 30 fathoms on port chain. Commanding officer inspected village and ascertained from the citizens that the winter had been very severe but with no sickness and that no assistance was needed. Received the following persons with their baggage for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska, at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation: Mrs. A.C. Goss, Unalaska, and Nellie Carlson, Sanak, age 8 years, who is going to the Jesse-Lee Home, Unalaska. * 10:45 underway and stood out NW1/8W per standard compass. 10:50, over log (73.9). 11:30 log (79.8) stood SWxW1/4W per standard compass. Inspected magazine and powder sample; tested flood cocks; magazine temperature 54° and 52°. Commanding officer inspected the ship. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

Mrs. A.C. Goss - Received the following persons with their baggage for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska, at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation: Mrs. A.C. Goss, Unalaska, and Nellie Carlson, Sanak, age 8 years, who is going to the Jesse-Lee Home, Unalaska

Nellie Carlson - Received the following persons with their baggage for transportation to Unalaska, Alaska, at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation: Mrs. A.C. Goss, Unalaska, and Nellie Carlson, Sanak, age 8 years, who is going to the Jesse-Lee Home, Unalaska

Merid to 4:00pm:- Strong to fresh SE breezes, overcast, thick snow - moderate sea. Vessel on course SWxW1/4W (PSC) G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

4pm to 6pm Strong SE breeze, Overcast and thick Snow Rough Sea Vessel on course SWxW1/4W (PSC) through out Watch C.E. Anderson Lt

6PM to 8PM Strong SE to E breeze Snow to rain Overcast Rough sea On course SWxW1/4W per standard changed course 7:00PM Log 44.9 to WNW per standard so to end of watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

8pm to Mid Strong East to light SE breezes; overcast with light rain; moderate to smoth sea. 11:16 log (72.4) stood SW per standard compass, and so to end of watch. Issued 60 night rations E.A. Coffin, Captain.

*Rec'd mail from postmaster Sanak for postmaster, Unalaska.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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18 May 1919

various courses in for iliuliuk bay

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Mid to 4:00am:- Gentle variable breezes to calm, overcast, passing showers, smooth sea. 3:26. (97.7) course SxW (PSC) and so watch ends G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut.

4:00am to 8:0am Gentle variable breeze, overcast and misty Smooth Sea. Various courses in for Iliuliuk bay crew employed with morning routine 8:00 Ulakta head abeam one mile dist log in C.E. Anderson, Lt

8AM to 4PM Light NNW air to Light NW breeze passing showers of rain Overcast 8:45 Made fast alongside Unalaska dock 9:50 Delivered to Postmaster Unalaska Alaska 3 sacks of mail 2 from Postmaster Kodiak of which one was locked one from Sannak. Master of Commissioned Officers this vessel read Headquarters letter, of March 13th 1919 (No. 116) and paragraph No 7 Department of Commerce Circular No 257 with reference to landing of alcohol or Seal Islands or giving alcohol to natives. Following named passangers left this vessel Mrs A.C. Goss, Miss Nellie Carlson, Mr J.C. Redpath and Mr S. Applegate. W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

Miss Nellie Carlson - Following named passangers left this vessel Mrs A.C. Goss, Miss Nellie Carlson, Mr J.C. Redpath and Mr S. Applegate

Mrs A.C. Goss - Following named passangers left this vessel Mrs A.C. Goss, Miss Nellie Carlson, Mr J.C. Redpath and Mr S. Applegate

Mr S. Applegate - Following named passangers left this vessel Mrs A.C. Goss, Miss Nellie Carlson, Mr J.C. Redpath and Mr S. Applegate

Mr J.C. Redpath - Following named passangers left this vessel Mrs A.C. Goss, Miss Nellie Carlson, Mr J.C. Redpath and Mr S. Applegate

4PM to Mid Light NW breeze to Light West breeze Rain Overcast Inspected Magazine and powder sample Temp. 53°-54°. W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

Boarded the following vessels at Unalaska, this day Am. st. sc. "Kodiak", Seattle, Pedersen, whaling. do do do "Cordova", Port Townsend, Westerlund, Unalaska to Seward, ballast. Am Gas sc. "Dorothy B", Unalaska, NOB G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 60 tons 1266 lbs - Fuel Received 60 tons 1266 lbs Expended 4 tons 440 lbs Remaining 180 tons 1606 lbs


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19 May 1919

Mid to 9am Light west air to Light WNW breeze Rain to passing showers Overcast Crew employed with unloading stores and coaling ship Draft of ship before coaling 13'-1" forward 14'-7" aft. W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

9am to 4pm - Light WNW to NWest breeze; overcast with passing showers to rain. 9:30 Commenced coaling. Landed all but one ~ stores. Watered ship. 3:20 finished coaling ship; draft after coaling 14' 3" forward, 14' 3" aft. Received 60 tons 1266 pounds of steaming coal from the Alaska Commercial Company. Delivered 2 boxes freight (shars, rubber, dress goods, etc) to Jesse Lee Home.

coal: 60 tons 1266 pounds - Received 60 tons 1266 pounds of steaming coal from the Alaska Commercial Company

4pm to Mid - Light NW breeze; overcast with rain. Granted liberty to crew until midnight. Issued 20 night rations. Liberty party returned on time. E.A. Coffin, Captain


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cape sarichef lt nne mag 9 miles distant

Lat 54.6, Long -164.9


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20 May 1919

priest rock abeam 1 mile distant

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2

Mid to 4am Light NW breeze; overcast with rain first part. E.A. Coffin, Captain

4am to 8am Light to gentle NW breeze; overcast; moderate sea. 4:35 cast off and stood out. * Performed morning routine duties. 5:00 over log (35.6); speed 85 RPM. 5:53 Priest Rock abeam, 1 mile distant (43.6), stood NNE per standard compass. 7:37 Lava Point, Akutan Island, abeam, 3 miles distant. log (59.1), stood NE1/4E per standard compass, and so to end of watch. *Courses were set for Unimak Pass to investigate report from Akutan that schooner "Premier" was ashore at Cape Lutke, south side Unimak Island, and that crew were all safe on shore. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00am to Merid:- Gentle variable to NE breezes, overcast, smooth sea. 9:00 (71.4) course NExE3/4E (PSC) 9:45 received the following message from the master of the SS "Kvichak" "Have crew of "Premier" on board, vessel total loss one ~ off Scotch Cap and Proceeding to destination. Westerlund" 9:50 (79.2) course NE5/8N (PSC). 10:40 (86.7) course NE7/8N (PSC) 11:40 passed barque, which was through the Pass, standing up into Bering Sea. 11:45 (97.1) course ESE1/4E (PSC) Men employed variously. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

Mer to 4PM From Moderate NE to Moderate SW to Moderate Westerly, breeze, Overcast and thick Weather, choppy Sea. 12:35PM Stopped, and Sent boat in charge of Officer to Steamer "Kvichak" to learn particulars of Wreck of Schooner "Premier" Mr. "A.H. Mittendorf" left vessel and went on board Steamer "Kvichak" for passage to "Bristol bay" 12:45 Bordered and examined Steamer "Kvichak", "San Francisco", "Westerlund", convoy Supplies and Passengers from San Francisco to Nushagak. 12:55 Boat returned from Steamer Kvichak, hoisted Same and Stood down Unimak pass. Master of Kvichak reported he was bound into Bearing Sea, and off Scotch Cap

Steamer "Kvichak" - 12:35PM Stopped, and Sent boat in charge of Officer to Steamer "Kvichak" to learn particulars of Wreck of Schooner "Premier"

Mr. "A.H. Mittendorf" - left vessel and went on board Steamer "Kvichak" for passage to "Bristol bay"

Steamer "Kvichak" - 12:45 Bordered and examined Steamer "Kvichak", "San Francisco", "Westerlund", convoy Supplies and Passengers from San Francisco to Nushagak

Over


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tanginak island bearing sw14w psc 3 mile distance

Lat 35.7, Long 16.7

(Continued)

light at Five pm of May the 19th, and received Message from Steamer "Catherine D", that Schooner "Premier" was ashore at Cape Lutke, South Side of Unamak Island. He arrived at Cape Lutke at 9PM and found Schooner Premier a total wreck, with a cargo of lummer li~g the beach, Found crew camped on the island, at 7am of May 20th took crew consisting of Master and 9 men on board and started for Bristol bay. Schooner Premier was bound from Grays Harbor to Ugashik With load of Lumber for Alaska Packers and went ashore near Cape Lutke South Side of Unimak Island at one thirty am May 13th 1:20 Scotch Cap light abeam 1 1/2 Mile distance off log 6.1. Wind hauling to Southward and Westward and Weather thickening Stood for Tigalda bay at entrance of pass, course SxW1/2W (psc) 1:30 Sent following Radiogram to Headquarters: "Schooner Premier total wreck South Side "Unimak" island, entire crew Saved and taken to Bristol bay, by Steamer "Kvichak". Unalga cruising in Unimak Pass thick Southwesterm Weather - Dodge." 2:30 Southwest point Ugamak island abeam four Mile distance off log 16.5 Wind changed to Westward and thick Weather changed course WSW3/4W (psc) and stood into Unimak pass. Omitted Quarters and drills on account inclement weather. Watch ends on course WSW3/4W (psc) Tanginak island bearing SW1/4W (psc) 3 Mile distance C.E. Anderson Lt

4:00pm to Mid:- Light to gentle variable breezes, mostly cloudy smooth sea. Stood various courses in to Akun Cove. 4:30 (31.7) in log. 5:05 anchored in Akun Cove in 10 1/4 fathoms water, 45 fathoms port chain, Banked fires. Issued 20 night rations. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 54°-56° G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut


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tigalda bay alaska

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5


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21 May 1919

came to anchor in tigalda bay

Lat 54.4, Long -5.5

Mid to 8:00am:- Gentle South to strong ESE breezes, overcast, drizzling, moderate sea. 6:00 underway. 6:10 (31.7) over log, course NNE3/4E (PSC) Morning duties performed G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

8AM to Merid From gentle ESE breeze to Strong Easterly gale. Overcast and thick weather, rough Sea. Crew employed variously On course E5/8N. 10:15 Scotch cap abeam 1 Mile dist log 63.0 Wind increasing to SE gale, falling barometer, and thick Snow. changed course SxW (psc) and so to end of watch 12:00 Ugamak island bearing NExE (psc) 4 Mile dist. C.E. Anderson Lt

Mer to 4PM. Strong Easterly gale. Overcast with thick Snow. Stood various courses into "Tigalda" bay; 12:40 came to anchor in "Tigalda" bay, for harbor on account of Strong SE gale and heavy Snow, in 9 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of port chain Omitted Quarters and drills account inclement Weather C.E. Anderson Lieut

4pm to Mid; Strong easterly gale, overcast with rain, roughed Sea. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temp 56°-58° Issued 20 night rations C.E. Anderson Lieut


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tigalda bay tigalda island alaska

Lat 54.1, Long -165.1


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22 May 1919

cruising close inshore of unimak island

Lat 56.4, Long -5.5

Mid to 8am From strong Easterly gale, to light NW breeze. overcast. Smooth Sea. 5:45 up anchor and stood various courses out Tigalda bay 7:25 Center Ugamak island bearing ESE3/8E psc log (89.4) 5 Miles dist, changed course to NE1/4E (psc) and so to end of watch crew employed with morning routine 8:00 Scotch cap light bearing NxE. 5 Miles dist; C.E. Anderson, Lieut

8am to Merid Gentle Various breezes Overcast, Drizzel to steady rain Long swells Crew employed with chipping paint on hatches and redleading same On course NE1/4E per standard and cruising close inshore of Unimak island 9:11 Changed course to N3/4E per standard Log 15.5 standing in close to shore 11:10 Wreck of Schooner Premier Abeam distance 3 miles, found wreck to bear N1/2W Magnetic, From Cap Lutke distance 4 miles. Was well up on the beach partly broken up with one lower mast standing, cargo of lumber strewn along the beach. Changed course to NExE1/2E per Standard Log 20.6 along south side of Unimak Island 12:00 Changed course ENE1/8E per standard Log 26.5 W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

Schooner Premier - 11:10 Wreck of Schooner Premier Abeam distance 3 miles

Merid to 4pm - Light East to NE breezes; overcast and misty with rain and snow; heavy ground swell from southward. 2:11 Cape Lazaref abeam, 5 miles distant, (44.1) stood NE7/8N per standard compass. 3:00 held quarters and signal drill - on main deck. Weather becoming very thick with rain and snow. 3:55 Bird Island abeam, 1.4 mile distant (58.8) in log. Vessel on course NE7/8N at end of watch E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4PM to Mid Light SW breeze continuous rain with heavy fog Long ground swells 4:35 Came to Anchor in West Anchor Cove 6 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of port chain Inspected Magazine and powder sample Temp 54°-56° 8:00 C McClain 1 hour in crows nest for inattention to duty Standing sea watches account of threatening weather W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

C McClain - 1 hour in crows nest for inattention to duty


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west anchor cove alaska

Lat 54.22, Long -162.67


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23 May 1919

seal rock bearing n34e psc 6 miles dist

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7

Mid to 4am - Calm to light ENE airs; overcast with rain first part, passing showers last part; light ground swell from SW. Vessel at anchor; standing sea watches. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00am to 8:00am:- Light variable airs to gentle ESE breezes, overcast to mostly cloudy. ground swell from Southeast. Prepared to get underway 6:00 underway. Stood various courses out of West Anchor Cove. 6:10 (58.6) over log. 6:18 (58.9) course SxE (PSC) and so to end of watch. Morning duties performed G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

8am to Merid; Light easterly breeze. cloudy. Smooth Sea. crew employed Variously. On course SxE (psc) 9:25 Log reading 85.0 changed course to ENE3/4E psc and so to end of watch. 12:00 Seal rock bearing N3/4E (psc) 6 miles dist C.E. Anderson Lieut

Merid to 4PM Gentle WNW to NW breeze partly cloudy to overcast Smooth sea 12:38 Changed course to SSW (Log 11.5) 1:50 changed course to W1/2S (Log 21.5) 3:47 changed course SSW Log 36.5 all courses per standard, 3:00 Held quarters with the following drills Fire, Collision, and Abandon ship also took stations for Mooring and unmooring ship and coming to anchor W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

4pm to 6pm Light to gentle NW breeze; overcast; ground swell from SW. 5:35 (51.5) stood W1/2S per standard compass. 5:15 passed four whales bound to eastward. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

whale - 4

6:00 to 8:00pm. Gentle North to NNW breezes, overcast, rainy, ground swell. 6:51 (61.5) course NNE3/8E (PSC) and so to end of watch Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 54°-56°. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

8pm to Mid: Gentle NNW to Westerly breeze. Overcast. Smooth Sea. On course NNE3/8E. 8:37 log reading 76.5 changed course. to W1/2S. 9:52, log 86.5 changed course SSW and so to end of Watch All courses by Standard compass. Issued 60 night rations; C.E. Anderson Lt


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scotch cap light wnw34w mag 16 miles distant

Lat 54.22, Long -163.65


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24 May 1919

Mid to 4AM Gentle NNW to North breeze to Fresh north breeze; partly cloudy to very Hazy Smooth to Moderate sea On course SSW per standard 12:16 changed course to W1/2S Log 6.5 1:30 changed course to NNE3/8E Log 16.5 this course to the end of the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4am to 8am - Fresh NW breeze; partly cloudy; smooth sea. 5:12 log (47.0) stood W1/2S per standard compass. 6:27 log (57.0) stood SSW per standard compass. Performed morning duties. E.A. Coffin Captain.

8:00am to Merid:- Moderate NW to North breezes, partly cloudy smooth sea, bright sunny weather - Holystoned spar deck. 8:15 (72.0) course W1/2S (psc). 9:41 (83.1) course NNE3/8E (psc) 11:05 (94.4) course ENE3/4E (psc). and so to end of watch. Crew employed variously. Commanding officer inspected the ship. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

Merid to 4PM Moderate Northerly breeze partly cloudy Smooth sea. On course ENE3/4E (psc) 1:04 Log 11.0 changed course SSW (psc) 3:32 log 3.1 changed course to ENE3/4E (psc) and so to end of watch. 2:33 Sighted one fur Seal. C.E. Anderson Lieut

fur seal - 1

4pm to 6pm Moderate WNW to Fresh WNW breeze partly Cloudy Moderate sea On course per standard ENE3/4E (Log 31.0) 4:44 Changed course per standard compass to NNE3/8E Log (41.0) and so through out the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

6pm to 8pm - Strong NW breeze; mostly cloudy; moderate sea. 7:12 log (61.0) stood ENE3/4E per standard compass. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 54°-56°; tested flood cock. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00pm to Mid:- Strong WNW to West breezes, partly cloudy - moderate sea. 8:26 (71.0) course SSW (psc) 11:42 (97.0) course ENE3/4E (psc) and so to end of watch. Issued 60 night rations. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 54.15, Long -163.82


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25 May 1919

stood nwxn for cape lutke for an anchorage

Lat 38.5, Long -28.6

Mid to 4am Strong Westerly breeze. Mostly cloudy. Moderate Sea. On course ENE3/4E (psc) 12:56 Log 7.0 changed course NNE3/8E (psc) and so to end of Watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

4am to 8am Fresh WNW gale partly cloudy Rough sea On course NNE3/8E per standard 4:15 changed course per standard to WNW1/8W Log 32.5 and so through out the watch Crew employed with morning routine W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

8a mto Merid - Fresh to strong NW gale; partly to mostly cloudy; moderate sea. 10:20 log (62.6) stood NW7/8N per standard compass. Observed Sunday. 11:43 log (71.3) stood N1/2E per standard compass. 11:55 log (72.4) stood NWxN for Cape Lutke for an anchorage on account of fresh NW gale and heavy sea in Unimak Pass. Watch ends on course NWxN per standard compass. E.A. Coffin, Captain

Merid to 4pm - Strong NW gale; mostly cloudy; moderate to smooth sea. 12:25 in log (75.1) 12:40 anchored in Unimak Bay, near Cape Lutke in 13 fathoms of water with 60 fathoms on port chain. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 54° and 56°. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4pm to Mid - Fresh NW gale to strong NW breezes; mostly cloudy. E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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east end tigalda island sexe 7 miles distant

Lat 54.1, Long -165.1


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26 May 1919

various courses into seredka bay

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7

Mid to 8am - Strong NW to fresh West breezes; mostly cloudy to nearly overcast. Smooth sea. 6:00 underway and stood out SE3/4S per standard compass; over log (75.1) 7:05 log (83.1) stood SxW7/8W per standard compass. Performed morning routine duties E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00am to Merid:- Fresh West to strong NW breezes, mostly cloudy, moderate to smooth sea. 9:00 sighted one ship bound through Unimak Pass. 9:48 (5.3) course W1/2N (PSC). 10:35 (10.9) course NxW3/4W (PSC). 11:10 (15.1) course NWxW7/8W (PSC) 11:55 (19.5) course WSW5/8W (PSC). Held seamanship drill. Men employed variously G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

Merid to 4:00pm Fresh West to NW breezes, cloudy, passing showers and snow squalls moderate sea. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 54°-56°. 12:55 (26.5) course SxW7/8W (PSC) 1:45 (33.2) in log. Stood various courses into Seredka Bay where at 2:30 anchored in 20 fathoms water, 60 fathoms port chain 3:00 quarters and signal drill. Men employed variously G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

4:00pm to Mid:- Fresh NW breezes, squally, gloomy weather Received word from Commanding Officer of USS "Saturn" that influenza was epidemic in Unalaska. Sent following radiogram to Comdg officer USS "Saturn" - Cruising off Unimak Pass Period will arrive Unalaska noon tomorrow Period will render all assistance possible eighteen 18326". Issued 20 night rations. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.1, Long -166.5

2 death at Unalaska

1 Pratt


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27 May 1919

various courses to unalaga pass

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Mid to 4:00am: Strong NW to West breezes, overcast to mostly cloudy, snow squalls smooth sea. Received word by radio from Dr French US Bureau of Education that influenza was epidemic in Bristol Bay region that no help was available and help was needed. Received this same information from J.C. Bell. Awaiting until arrival at Unalaska to note conditions before notifying Headquarters. 5:00 underway, stood various courses out of Seredka Bay. 5:20 (33.3) over log. Stood various courses to Unalaga Pass. Watch ends vessel entering Unalga Pass. Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

8am to 4pm. Moderate NW to light NW breeze, overcast. passing Snow squalls Moderate Sea. 9:20 Kalekta head abeam 1 1/2 Mile dist log (68.8) changed course, and stood various courses in for Unalaska harbor 9:30 Quarters followed by instruction in Seamanship 10:15 Ulakta head abeam 1 Mile dist log in (76.9) 10:35 came to anchor, Iliuliuk bay, 17 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of port chain, USS Saturn in port. 10:50 Commanding Officer USS Saturn called officially on Commanding Officer of this Vessel 1:00 Commanding Officer of this Vessel called officially on Commanding Officer USS Saturn 3:00 Held Quarters followed by resuscitation drill 3:10 Delivered Ship's Mail to USS Saturn. C.E. Anderson Lt.

USS Saturn - USS Saturn in port

USS Saturn - 3:10 Delivered Ship's Mail to USS Saturn

4PM to Mid: Light NW airs. Overcast. Smooth Sea. 4:10 USS Saturn left dock at Unalaska and proceeded to Sea. 5:00 Sent following radiogram to Coast Guard Headquarters "Following received from Bristol bay quote. Captain USCG Cutter Unalga, Influenza epidemic raging through the whole Bristol bay district especially Nushagak and Koggiung probably Sixty or More deaths With With no help available for caring for Sick and burrying dead We appeal to Yours Ship for help. Doctor French US Bureau of education;" Unquote Influenza epidemic at Unalaska and Dutch

USS Saturn - USS Saturn left dock at Unalaska and proceeded to Sea

Over.


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Continued

Harbor About eighty cases in last three days, four deaths all operators With their Wives and children except chief operator at Wireless Station Dutch harbor down with influenza. Doctor Newhan and all teachers at Jesse Lee home, and agent Alaska Commercial Company also down with influenza. No assistance here except that furnished by Unalga, two hospitals and Several doctors at Nushagak and head of Bristol bay. I shall remain here and do all I possibly can to aid the Sick and dying untill further orders have wired conditions at Bristol bay to Governor of Alaska and notified him that help was needed at Bristol Bay. 19527. "Dodge"

Sent following radiogram to Governor of Alaska. Influenza epidemic raging through out the whole Bristol bay district especially "Nushagak" and "Koggiung" about Sixty deaths they require help to care for the Sick and bury the dead, epidemic also raging at Unalaska and Dutch harbor, Doctor Newhan and all teachers of Jesse Lee home all Wireless operators except one With their Wives and children Sick With influenza in all about eighty cases at Unalaska and four deaths I shall remain here and do all I can to aid Sick and Suffering, 19527. "Dodge"

Sent following radiogram to Doctor French, Dillingham Alaska Yours of 26th regarding suffering from Influenza received have Wired copy of Same to Washington Also Wired Governor of Alaska informing him of conditions in Bristol bay and that help is urgently needed, there is epidemic raging at Unalaska and Dutch harbor about eighty cases four deaths No Medical assistance here except that furnished by Unalga Shall remain here untill further orders. 19527. "Dodge" Inspected Magazine and powder samples, temp 54°-56° C.E. Anderson Lieut

Commanding officer With Ship Surgeon consulted with Commanding Officer and Ship Surgeon of the USS "Saturn" regarding influenza at Unalaska. Commanding officer and ship surgeon then visited the Village and ascertained the conditions Number of Sick etc. and Ships Surgeon immediately Started relief Works among the Sick The Ships company and all who visited the Sick were provided with Masks Ships operators handling Naval radio Work for Naval radio station, as all are sick there except Chief operator. E.A. Coffin


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

2 deaths


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28 May 1919

various course for wharf at unalaska

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7

Mdi to 9am. Light NW airs Overcast Smooth Sea. crew employed with Morning routine 8:35 up anchor and stood various course for wharf at Unalaska C.E. Anderson Lieut

9AM to 4PM Light East air to Light East breeze passing showers Overcast to partly cloudy 9:10 Made fast to dock at Unalaska and warped around to west face. 9:30 Connected hose and commenced filling fresh water tanks. Crew shifted hammocks and bags and commenced scrubbing soiled set. Engine room force cleaning after boiler. 10:00 Commanding Officer together with medical Officers investigated local health conditions and found the epidemic of Influenza to be spreading rapidly, all houses effected and natives unable to cook food. Mustered crew and called for volunteers to assist in nursing and feeding sufferers. Of those Volunteering accepted the services of the following and detached them as indicated hereafter Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton with following men to Jesse Lee Home: Ord. Seaman L. Straly F.K. Briggs Sea 2nd class F.E. Honeywell ord. seaman S.O. Johnson Fire 3rd class J.B. Sowell Fire 3rd class M.M. Wilson sea 2nd class Dental Surgeon E.W. Scott with the following men to Naval Radio Station. H.O. Keiner ord sea. C.D. Meyers ship cook 2nd class M. Baugh sea 2nd class Lieutenant C.E. Anderson with the following men to Unalaska Village with headquarters at A.C. Company's office; R.E. Robbins Yeo 2nd class R.H. Boyd sea 2nd class L.A. Ellingsen sea 2nd class. Ships surgeon with E.S. Chase PhM 1st class actively engaged during the entire day and most of the night giving medical relief to sick people in Village and at Naval Radio station. Omitted quarters and drills on account of ship's force being for the most part engaged on relief duty away from vessel. Cooked and maintained a supply of meat soups and delivered portions to all natives homes where illness had the natives helpless. Carpenter making coffins during the day, lumber furnished by village. Boatswain S. Johnson and detail of men engaged during day digging graves and burying dead. Lost one fire scoop overboard accidentally.

Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton - Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton with following men to Jesse Lee Home: Ord. Seaman L. Straly F.K. Briggs Sea 2nd class F.E. Honeywell ord. seaman S.O. Johnson Fire 3rd class J.B. Sowell Fire 3rd class M.M. Wilson sea 2nd class

Ord. Seaman L. Straly - Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton with following men to Jesse Lee Home: Ord. Seaman L. Straly F.K. Briggs Sea 2nd class F.E. Honeywell ord. seaman S.O. Johnson Fire 3rd class J.B. Sowell Fire 3rd class M.M. Wilson sea 2nd class

F.K. Briggs Sea 2nd class - Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton with following men to Jesse Lee Home: Ord. Seaman L. Straly F.K. Briggs Sea 2nd class F.E. Honeywell ord. seaman S.O. Johnson Fire 3rd class J.B. Sowell Fire 3rd class M.M. Wilson sea 2nd class

F.E. Honeywell ord. seaman - Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton with following men to Jesse Lee Home: Ord. Seaman L. Straly F.K. Briggs Sea 2nd class F.E. Honeywell ord. seaman S.O. Johnson Fire 3rd class J.B. Sowell Fire 3rd class M.M. Wilson sea 2nd class

S.O. Johnson Fire 3rd class - Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton with following men to Jesse Lee Home: Ord. Seaman L. Straly F.K. Briggs Sea 2nd class F.E. Honeywell ord. seaman S.O. Johnson Fire 3rd class J.B. Sowell Fire 3rd class M.M. Wilson sea 2nd class

J.B. Sowell Fire 3rd class - Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton with following men to Jesse Lee Home: Ord. Seaman L. Straly F.K. Briggs Sea 2nd class F.E. Honeywell ord. seaman S.O. Johnson Fire 3rd class J.B. Sowell Fire 3rd class M.M. Wilson sea 2nd class

M.M. Wilson sea 2nd class - Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton with following men to Jesse Lee Home: Ord. Seaman L. Straly F.K. Briggs Sea 2nd class F.E. Honeywell ord. seaman S.O. Johnson Fire 3rd class J.B. Sowell Fire 3rd class M.M. Wilson sea 2nd class

Dental Surgeon E.W. Scott - Dental Surgeon E.W. Scott with the following men to Naval Radio Station. H.O. Keiner ord sea. C.D. Meyers ship cook 2nd class M. Baugh sea 2nd class

H.O. Keiner ord sea. - Dental Surgeon E.W. Scott with the following men to Naval Radio Station. H.O. Keiner ord sea. C.D. Meyers ship cook 2nd class M. Baugh sea 2nd class

C.D. Meyers ship cook 2nd class - Dental Surgeon E.W. Scott with the following men to Naval Radio Station. H.O. Keiner ord sea. C.D. Meyers ship cook 2nd class M. Baugh sea 2nd class

M. Baugh sea 2nd class - Dental Surgeon E.W. Scott with the following men to Naval Radio Station. H.O. Keiner ord sea. C.D. Meyers ship cook 2nd class M. Baugh sea 2nd class

Lieutenant C.E. Anderson - Lieutenant C.E. Anderson with the following men to Unalaska Village with headquarters at A.C. Company's office; R.E. Robbins Yeo 2nd class R.H. Boyd seam 2nd class L.A. Ellingsen sea 2nd class

R.E. Robbins Yeo 2nd class - Lieutenant C.E. Anderson with the following men to Unalaska Village with headquarters at A.C. Company's office; R.E. Robbins Yeo 2nd class R.H. Boyd sea 2nd class L.A. Ellingsen sea 2nd class

R.H. Boyd sea 2nd class - Lieutenant C.E. Anderson with the following men to Unalaska Village with headquarters at A.C. Company's office; R.E. Robbins Yeo 2nd class R.H. Boyd sea 2nd class L.A. Ellingsen sea 2nd class

L.A. Ellingsen sea 2nd class - Lieutenant C.E. Anderson with the following men to Unalaska Village with headquarters at A.C. Company's office; R.E. Robbins Yeo 2nd class R.H. Boyd sea 2nd class L.A. Ellingsen sea 2nd class

E.S. Chase PhM 1st class - Ships surgeon with E.S. Chase PhM 1st class actively engaged during the entire day and most of the night giving medical relief to sick people in Village and at Naval Radio station

Boatswain S. Johnson - Boatswain S. Johnson and detail of men engaged during day digging graves and burying dead

2:00 Received following radio from Headquarters, "Reports" indicate serious outbreak influenza on Nushagak River be most certain to invade all Bristol Bay region period northwest fisheries cannery Nushagak reports natives all sick many dead all winter men sick period Proceed with cutter investigate afford all assistance praticable report conditions. 12027 Coast Guard. Issued rations to men engaged on detail away from vessel. In view of Local conditions and the impossibility of leaving this port with nearly all the village ill with influenza and no food available for the sick and the report forwarded on the 27th to Headquarters relative to conditions no action is taken on their orders untill Headquarters has had opportunity to take cognizance of latter report. W.B. Huebner, Lt jg


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Buried 2


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Continued

4PM to Mid Light E breeze partly cloudy 6:05 Coast Guard Washington DC Seventy new cases influenza developed since yesterday and three deaths At present one hundred and fifty cases and seven deaths. Every house in Unalaska affected Several expected to die hourly Situation very serious No news from villages to the westward since last year. Men digging graves and carpenter making coffins Dental surgeon Scott and three men quartered at Naval Radio station administering to sick and dying there and at Dutch Harbor Captain Lewton and five men quartered at Jesse Lee House administering to sick and helpless there Lieutenant Anderson and two men quartered at A.C. Company's house administering to sick and Helpless there. Ship's surgeon with necessary men to assist him giving relief generally thoughout whole community all natives, and nearly all white population down and helpless Necessary to feed them as well as nurse and doctor them Am sending soup and nourishing food from ship in order to keep them alive Trust my action in furnishing food will be approved Suggest at least two hospital ships with nurses be sent at once One to Bristol Bay and one to Unalaska ship's radio plant handling Naval Radio plant work All men quartered on shore have volunteered for this duty shall remain here until further order's No. 17428 Inspected Magazine and powder sample Temp. 54°-56° W.B. Huebner Lt jg


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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29 May 1919

Mid to 9AM Light East air to Light NE breez Overcast Crew employed with morning routine Engine room force with cleaning after boiler W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

See second page following


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see next log


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

See two pages before


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29 May 1919

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Fresh to gentle NE breezes, overcast, falling snow. Inspected magazine and powder sample - temperature 54°-56°. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work. Boarded American Gas schooner "Eunice", Seattle, Larsen, fishing - informed this vessel that this port was quarantined. The feeding, heating, sanitation and nursing of the entire villages of Unalaska and Dutch Harbor are being carried on by volunteer crews from this vessel as follows. Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton, Captain E.A. Coffin and volunteer crew taking entire charge of the maintenance of the Jesse Lee Home as everyone at that place is ill. Lieut E.A. Scott (DC) USNRF, with volunteer crew taking charge at Dutch Harbor and the naval radio station and maintaining same. Lieut (JG) W.B. Huebner USNRF in charge of placing service hospital in condition for immediate use in case of emergency Lieut C.S. Anderson with volunteer crew in charge of the care and maintenance of the village of Unalaska which includes the delivery of fuel - building of fires - cleaning of houses - nursing the people - placing the dead in coffins and burying them - also feeding these people. - All are sick

American Gas schooner "Eunice" - Boarded American Gas schooner "Eunice", Seattle, Larsen, fishing - informed this vessel that this port was quarantined

Captain E.A. Coffin - Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton, Captain E.A. Coffin and volunteer crew taking entire charge of the maintenance of the Jesse Lee Home as everyone at that place is ill

Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton - Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton, Captain E.A. Coffin and volunteer crew taking entire charge of the maintenance of the Jesse Lee Home as everyone at that place is ill

Lieut E.A. Scott (DC) USNRF - Lieut E.A. Scott (DC) USNRF, with volunteer crew taking charge at Dutch Harbor and the naval radio station and maintaining same

Lieut (JG) W.B. Huebner USNRF - Lieut (JG) W.B. Huebner USNRF in charge of placing service hospital in condition for immediate use in case of emergency

Lieut C.S. Anderson - Lieut C.S. Anderson with volunteer crew in charge of the care and maintenance of the village of Unalaska which includes the delivery of fuel - building of fires - cleaning of houses - nursing the people - placing the dead in coffins and burying them - also feeding these people. - All one sick

- Boatswain employed in digging graves and preparing for the burials. Carpenter employed in making coffins. Three deaths this day - all natives - buried. Engineer force cleaning after boiler Galley force and commissary department preparing on board food to feed the entire village of Unalaska Issued 339 rations for this purpose Feeding 11 people at Dutch Harbor - Issued 11 rations for this purpose making a total of 350 rations used in feeding population of these two villages. Medical officer and surgeon F.H. Johnson in general charge of all care of sick G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

surgeon F.H. Johnson - Medical officer and surgeon F.H. Johnson in general charge of all care of sick

4:00pm to Mid:- Gentle to Light NE breezes, mostly cloudy to overcast Men employed on relief work. Issued 20 night rations for this purpose. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Sen Cap F.G. Dodge - Sen Cap F.G. Dodge - influenza -

Buried 5


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30 May 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Light NNW to NW breezes, overcast. Morning duties performed Crew employed on relief work 8:00 half masted colors on account of Decoration Day. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light NNW to gentle NW breezes, mostly cloudy. Received the following radiogram " 19527 referring over 12027 use your own discretion as to whether Unalga is most needed at Unalaska or Bristol Bay period Communicate this dipatch to Bear and advise Uberoth that there is expected to join in epidemic assistance work period keep Headquarters advised 14429. Coast Guard" Inspected magazine and powder samples. temperatures 54°-56°. Omitted all ceremonies on account of relief work. Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton and Captain E.A. Coffin carrying on work at Jesse Lee Home as indicated in yesterdays log. Lieut C.E. Anderson taking care of village as indicated in yesterdays log. Buried five people all natives who died this day. Lieut E.A. Scott (DC) carring on work at Dutch Harbor as indicated in yesterdays log Medical officer, Asst. surgeon F.H. Johnson in charge of care of sick.

Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton - Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton and Captain E.A. Coffin carrying on work at Jesse Lee Home as indicated in yesterdays log

Captain E.A. Coffin - Captain of Engineers T.G. Lewton and Captain E.A. Coffin carrying on work at Jesse Lee Home as indicated in yesterdays log

Lieut C.E. Anderson - Lieut C.E. Anderson taking care of village as indicated in yesterdays log

Lieut E.A. Scott (DC) - Lieut E.A. Scott (DC) carring on work at Dutch Harbor as indicated in yesterdays log

Asst. surgeon F.H. Johnson - Medical officer, Asst. surgeon F.H. Johnson in charge of care of sick

Lieut (JG) W.B. Huebner in charge of work at service hospital Commissary department of this vessel feeding the entire population of Unalaska and a portion of that of Dutch Harbor - The food being prepared on board ship. Issued 350 rations for this purpose All small children whose parents are dying or dead are being placed in one building which is under direct charge of P. Bugaras, master-at-arms, who is under general charge of Lieut (JG) W.B. Huebner. A detail from this ship cleaned the house bathed the children and clothed them and is caring for them

Lieut (JG) W.B. Huebner - Lieut (JG) W.B. Huebner in charge of work at service hospital

P. Bugaras, master-at-arms - All small children whose parents are dying or dead are being placed in one building which is under direct charge of P. Bugaras, master-at-arms, who is under general charge of Lieut (JG) W.B. Huebner

Lieut (JG) W.B. Huebner - All small children whose parents are dying or dead are being placed in one building which is under direct charge of P. Bugaras, master-at-arms, who is under general charge of Lieut (JG) W.B. Huebner

Received radiogram from Governor of Alaska informing the Commanding Officer that $500.00 are available for relief work and that the Commissioner here had also $150.00 for the same purpose. Boatswain superintending preparation of graves, carpenter building coffins. Engineer force cleaning after boiler G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

Sent following radiogram to Headquarters. "Conditions at Eight pm Unalaska 350 cases 12 deaths total Dutch Harbor and Naval Radio Station total cases 12 no deaths Am cooking and distributing food to entire population Maintaining heat and saintation in all homes doing all nursing and burying the dead Officers and men detached to Jesse Lee Home Dutch Harbor Naval radio station and village of Unalaska all volunteers issuing 350 cooked rations daily and request approval as population is helpless. carrying out prophylactis treatment on vessel and health excellent. 21230 Dodge

4:00pm to Mid - Light WNW breezes cloudy - Men employed in relief work Issued 20 night rations. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Sen Cap F.G. Dodge - Sen Cap F.G. Dodge sick influenza


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31 May 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Light West breeze to SSE airs, cloudy to overcast Morning duties performed Crew employed on relief work. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

9:00am to 4:00pm Light SE airs to SW breezes, overcast and rainy to mostly cloudy. Inspected magazine and powder sample - temperature 54°-56° - tested flood cock. Relief work being carried on as indicated in previous logs. Commissary department preparing food to feed village as indicated in previous log Issued 350 rations for this purpose Commanding Officer inspected vessel Buried seven natives this day. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

4:00pm to Mid:- Light South breezes to airs, overcast to partly cloudy, passing showers Men employed on relief work Issued 20 night rations G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut


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F. G. Dodge Sr. Captain - San Anselmo, Calif

T. G. Lewton Capt of Engrs. - 16 Vernon Street, Oakland, Calif

W. K. Thompson Capt - 1424 Harrison Ave, Oakland, Calif.

E. A. Coffin Capt. - 1224 E 52nd street, Chicago, Ill

G. W. MacLane 1st Lieut - c/o J.H. Miller, 1304F street, NW Wash. DC

C. E. Anderson Lt - 810 Spruce street, Seattle, Wash.

E. W. Scott Lt (D) - 907 Mac Street, San Francisco Cal.

F. H. Johnson USPHS Lt (jg) - Carrizozo, New Mexico.

W. B. Huebner Lt (jg) - 1453 W 52nd street, Los Angeles, Calif

S. B. Johnsen Boatswain - 536 Montgomery Street, Charleston, Wash

F. C. C. Greene Gunner - 394 E. Olive Street, Seattle, Wash.

K. P. Floe Machinist - Vashon Island, Puget Sound Wash

N. Brunila Carpenter - Vashon Island, Puget Sound Wash


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LOGS FOR JUNE 1919


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Buried 8


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1 June 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Light South to West airs, overcast, passing showers. Morning duties performed. Men employed on relief work. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light West to NNW breezes, overcast to mostly cloudy - passing showers. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 54°-56° Relief work being carried on as indicated in previous log. Commissary department preparing food on board to feed village. Issued 350 rations for this purpose. Received authorization by radio from Headquarters for the expenditure of these rations for the feeding of this village, daily Rated the following men: B. Elegino, MaT 3cl to MaT 2cl. J. Figueroa, Mess att. 3cl. to Mess att 2c.; C.A. Knott, sea 2cl to sea; L. Goulden, sea 2cl to sea., H. H. Beck SK 2cl to SK 1st cl.; C.M. McGinnis, sea 2cl to QM 3cl., E.W. Meyer; GM 2cl to GM 1st cl., C.M. Mathis, CM 2cl to CM 1st cl. Buried 8 people this day. Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl; G.W. MacLane, 1sst Lieut.

B. Elegino, MaT 3cl - Rated the following men: B. Elegino, MaT 3cl to MaT 2cl. J. Figueroa, Mess att. 3cl. to Mess att 2c.; C.A. Knott, sea 2cl to sea; L. Goulden, sea 2cl to sea., H. H. Beck SK 2cl to SK 1st cl.; C.M. McGinnis, sea 2cl to QM 3cl., E.W. Meyer; GM 2cl to GM 1st cl., C.M. Mathis, CM 2cl to CM 1st cl

C.A. Knott, sea 2cl - Rated the following men: B. Elegino, MaT 3cl to MaT 2cl. J. Figueroa, Mess att. 3cl. to Mess att 2c.; C.A. Knott, sea 2cl to sea; L. Goulden, sea 2cl to sea., H. H. Beck SK 2cl to SK 1st cl.; C.M. McGinnis, sea 2cl to QM 3cl., E.W. Meyer; GM 2cl to GM 1st cl., C.M. Mathis, CM 2cl to CM 1st cl

J. Figueroa, Mess att. 3cl. - Rated the following men: B. Elegino, MaT 3cl to MaT 2cl. J. Figueroa, Mess att. 3cl. to Mess att 2c.; C.A. Knott, sea 2cl to sea; L. Goulden, sea 2cl to sea., H. H. Beck SK 2cl to SK 1st cl.; C.M. McGinnis, sea 2cl to QM 3cl., E.W. Meyer; GM 2cl to GM 1st cl., C.M. Mathis, CM 2cl to CM 1st cl

H. H. Beck SK 2cl - Rated the following men: B. Elegino, MaT 3cl to MaT 2cl. J. Figueroa, Mess att. 3cl. to Mess att 2c.; C.A. Knott, sea 2cl to sea; L. Goulden, sea 2cl to sea., H. H. Beck SK 2cl to SK 1st cl.; C.M. McGinnis, sea 2cl to QM 3cl., E.W. Meyer; GM 2cl to GM 1st cl., C.M. Mathis, CM 2cl to CM 1st cl

L. Goulden, sea 2cl - Rated the following men: B. Elegino, MaT 3cl to MaT 2cl. J. Figueroa, Mess att. 3cl. to Mess att 2c.; C.A. Knott, sea 2cl to sea; L. Goulden, sea 2cl to sea., H. H. Beck SK 2cl to SK 1st cl.; C.M. McGinnis, sea 2cl to QM 3cl., E.W. Meyer; GM 2cl to GM 1st cl., C.M. Mathis, CM 2cl to CM 1st cl

C.M. McGinnis, sea 2cl - Rated the following men: B. Elegino, MaT 3cl to MaT 2cl. J. Figueroa, Mess att. 3cl. to Mess att 2c.; C.A. Knott, sea 2cl to sea; L. Goulden, sea 2cl to sea., H. H. Beck SK 2cl to SK 1st cl.; C.M. McGinnis, sea 2cl to QM 3cl., E.W. Meyer; GM 2cl to GM 1st cl., C.M. Mathis, CM 2cl to CM 1st cl

E.W. Meyer; GM 2cl - Rated the following men: B. Elegino, MaT 3cl to MaT 2cl. J. Figueroa, Mess att. 3cl. to Mess att 2c.; C.A. Knott, sea 2cl to sea; L. Goulden, sea 2cl to sea., H. H. Beck SK 2cl to SK 1st cl.; C.M. McGinnis, sea 2cl to QM 3cl., E.W. Meyer; GM 2cl to GM 1st cl., C.M. Mathis, CM 2cl to CM 1st cl

C.M. Mathis, CM 2cl - Rated the following men: B. Elegino, MaT 3cl to MaT 2cl. J. Figueroa, Mess att. 3cl. to Mess att 2c.; C.A. Knott, sea 2cl to sea; L. Goulden, sea 2cl to sea., H. H. Beck SK 2cl to SK 1st cl.; C.M. McGinnis, sea 2cl to QM 3cl., E.W. Meyer; GM 2cl to GM 1st cl., C.M. Mathis, CM 2cl to CM 1st cl

Campbell, L.W., F 3cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

F.L. Smith, F 3cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

H.E. Waters, F 1st cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

C.T. Hadley Fireman - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

C. Grognet, os - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

J.B. Johnston, F 3cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

G. Hampton, F 3cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

R.F. Barnard, F 3cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

J.E. Roberts, F 3cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

S.O. Johnson, F 3cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl - Rated the following men this day: Campbell, L.W., F 3cl to F 1st cl., H.E. Waters, F 1st cl to WT; F.L. Smith, F 3cl to F 1st cl; C. Grognet, os to CH; C.T. Hadley Fireman to WT (a); F.W. Sheppard, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Johnston, F 3cl to F 2cl; G. Hampton, F 3cl to F 2cl; R.C. Casselman, Em 2cl to Em 1st cl; R.F. Barnard, F 3cl to F 2cl; A.O. Johnson, F 1st cl to Em 2cl; J.E. Roberts, F 3cl to F 1st cl; S.O. Johnson, F 3cl to F 1st cl; J.B. Sowell, F 3rd cl to F 2nd cl;

4:00pm to Mid:- Light WNW breezes, overcast. Men employed in relief work. Issued 20 night rations for this purpose. Boarded American Gas. Sc. "Marzhovoi", Seattle, Daves, cannery tender. Informed him that this port was quarantined and his vessel left port. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

American Gas. Sc. "Marzhovoi" - Boarded American Gas. Sc. "Marzhovoi", Seattle, Daves, cannery tender. Informed him that this port was quarantined and his vessel left port


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Buried 4


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2 June 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Light NNW to SW airs, foggy to partly cloudy. Morning duties performed. men employed carring on relief work. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light NNE breezes, clear. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 56°-58° Relief work being carried on as indicated in previous log Commissary department preparing food on board and feeding the entire village Issued 300 rations for this purpose Buried four people this day Engineers force cleaning after boiler. Detailed C. Grognet, Coal heaver, a volunteer to duty at Dutch Harbor on relief work. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

C. Grognet, Coal heaver - Detailed C. Grognet, Coal heaver, a volunteer to duty at Dutch Harbor on relief work

4:00pm to Mid:- Light North breezes to NE airs, thick fog men employed in relief work. Issued 20 night rations for this purpose. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Buried 5


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3 June 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Calm, foggy to partly cloudy Morning duties performed men employed on relief work G.W. MacLane

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Calm to gentle South breezes, mostly cloudy Omitted quarters on account of relief work. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 55°-54° Relief work being carried on as noted in previous logs. Commissary department feeding the village of Unalaska and Dutch Harbor, food being prepared on board ship. Issued 300 rations for relief work. Engineer force cleaning after boiler 3:10 USCGC Bear anchored in port Buried 5 people this day Commanding officer sent note to Commanding officer of the "Bear" asking if that vessel was coming to the dock so that the Commanding officer might call or if the "Bear" were to remain at anchor so that the Commanding officer might go off and call. Received the following message in reply "Bear will not come to dock today would suggest that all calling be suspended for the present until surgeon of "Bear" submits a report to me you could confer with me from boat alongside or by wireless in urgent cases. Uberoth." G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

USCGC Bear - 3:10 USCGC Bear anchored in port

4:00pm to Mid:- Gentle to fresh South breezes, partly cloudy. Sent confirmation copy of radiogram Coast Guard #14429 - May, to Commanding Officer of the "Bear". Men employed on relief work. Issued 20 night rations for this purpose Completed service hospital making it ready for occupancy. having completed the following work: wired building with interior wiring one drop light in each room; ran wiring extension from building to ship, about 500 yards; excavated trench and laid sewer connections to creek, about 50 feet of sewer; - Connected up and installed cooking range; connected up and installed hot water tank; connected up sink with all water attachments; connected up bath tub and installed with all water connections; connected up and installed toilet; shellacked decks in all rooms; connected up house with water supply to main from reservoir, about three hundred feet of piping; manufactured and installed six hospital carts. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Buried 4

Fed by US Marchal {12 4


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4 June 1919

Mid to 9:00am. Moderate South to gentle SE breezes; mostly cloudy. Morning duties performed. Men employed on relief work. 8:20 USS "Bear" moored alongside north face of dock. 1st Lieut. G.W. MacLane called officially on the Commanding Officer of the "Bear" and presented the Compliments of the Commanding Officer of this vessel, who was ill with influenza. Gave information to the Commanding Officer of the "Bear" as to the methods of procedure that had been instituted by this vessel in order to combat the epidemic and requested assistance, which was granted G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

USS "Bear" - 8:20 USS "Bear" moored alongside north face of dock

1st Lieut. G.W. MacLane - 1st Lieut. G.W. MacLane called officially on the Commanding Officer of the "Bear" and presented the Compliments of the Commanding Officer of this vessel, who was ill with influenza

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light SE to gentle SSW breezes, partly cloudy. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 54°-57° Relief work being carried on as noted in previous logs. Commissary department feeding villages of Unalaska and Dutch Harbor, food being prepared on board ship. Issued 250 rations for this purpose. Engineer force cleaning after boiler Medical officer and 12 men USS "Bear" cooperating in relief work. Buried 4 people this day. The older children that were being taken care of by P. Bugaras, master at arms, in his orphanage on shore were transferred to the care of the US Deputy Marshal of Unalaska. These childern, ten in number, are to be fed and cared for by the Deputy US Marshal. Three men from the Unalga detached and quartered at the jail with US Deputy Marshal, cooking, nursing and caring for these children G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

P. Bugaras, master at arms - The older children that were being taken care of by P. Bugaras, master at arms, in his orphanage on shore were transferred to the care of the US Deputy Marshal of Unalaska

4:00pm to Mid:- Light SSW breezes, mostly cloudy to overcast. Men employed on relief work. Issued 20 night rations for this purpose. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Buried 1


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5 June 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Light South breeze to West airs, overcast to mostly cloudy Morning duties performed. Men employed on relief work G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut.

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light to gentle NNW breezes, overcast. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperature 54°-57° Relief work being carried on as noted in previous logs. Commissary department of this vessel preparing food and feeding the village. Issued 150 rations for this purpose. Engineer force cleaning after boiler Commanding Officer called on Commanding Officer of the "Bear" and conferred with him relative to influenza epidemic in Unalaska and Bristol Bay District. Gave Commanding Officer of "Bear" copies of all messages, from the files of this vessel, sent or received with reference to the influenza epidemic in Unalaska and Bristol Bay district Buried one person this day. Commanding officer has been confined to the vessel with inflluenza since the 29th ultimo but did not consider it of sufficient gravity to report his illness to Headquarters for the reason that he was in constant touch with the entire situation in this district, was receiving and sending out reports and going over the situation here daily, with the executive and medical officers of this vessel His condition is so improved now that he is actively taking part in the situation on shore G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

4:00pm to Mid:- Light North breezes to calm, overcast. Men employed on relief work. Issued 20 night rations for this duty Made written report to senior office present giving influenza conditions at Unalaska and Dutch Harbor and number of cases of influenza on USS Unalga. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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6 June 1919

Mid to 9:00am - Light NW to NE airs, overcast. Men employed on relief work. Morning duties performed G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

9am to 4pm - Light NE to SE airs; overcast. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work going on. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 54° and 58°. Crew engaged in relief work as previously noted. Withdrew all men from the Jesse Lee House, as the superintendent stated that the inmates had recovered sufficently to carry on. [underlined] No deaths this day. Engineer force cleaning after boiler. Commissary department preparing food and feeding the village; issued 90 rations for this purpose. Surgeons from the "Bear" and twelve men of her crew cooperating in relief work. Commanding officer visited Jesse Lee Home, US Deputy Marshal at the jail, hospital, A.C. Company's house and principal houses in the village where relief is being administered. After going over the situation thoroughly and conferring with the medical officer of this vessel called on senior officer present, on board USS Bear, #

4pm to Mid - Light SE to South airs; overcast. Men employed in relief work during the night; 20 night rations issued. Made written report to Senior officer present relative to situation in Unalaska and number of influenza cases on board USS Unalga. E.A. Coffin, Captain

# conferred with him and gave him all information in the premises.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Two deaths One buried


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7 June 1919

Mid to 9am - Light SE airs; overcast. Men employed in relief work. Morning duties performed. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

9AM to 4PM. Light SE air to Light SE breeze partly cloudy:- Omitted quarters and drills account of relief work Crew employed with relief work as previously stated Commissary department feeding village issued 70 rations, Enginering force cleaning after boiler Commanding officer made personal inspection of Unalaska village Dutch Harbor and Naval Radio Station inquired into conditions of Health, sanitation ect. also called on Senior Officer present on board USS Bear and gave him all information in the premises One person buried this day. Commanding Officer inspected the vessel. W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

4PM to Mid Light SE air partly cloudy to overcast Crew employed with night relief work issued 5 night rations 2 Deaths village of Unalaska Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 55°-58° W.B. Huebner Lt jg


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Buried 1


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8 June 1919

Mid to 9AM Light SE breeze to Light SE air Drizzling rain overcast Crew employed with relief work W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light SE airs, mostly cloudy to overcast Men employed on relief work. Commissary department feeding destitutes in village. Issued 70 rations for this purpose. Withdrew detail from Dutch Harbor except C. Meyers, S.Cook 2nd cl., who is cooking at naval radio station. All people at Dutch Harbor and US Naval Radio Station are up and convalesing. Buried one person this day. Inspected magazine and powde rsample, temperatures 55°-58° no deaths this day G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

C. Meyers, S.Cook 2nd cl. - Withdrew detail from Dutch Harbor except C. Meyers, S.Cook 2nd cl., who is cooking at naval radio station

4:00pm to Mid:- Light SE airs, overcast. Men employed on relief work G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 39 tons 90 lbs - Fuel Received 39 tons 90 lbs Expended 3 tons 1930 lbs Remaining 112 tons 16 lbs


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9 June 1919

Mdi to 9:00am: Light SE airs, overcast, rainy. Men employed on relief work. Morning duties performed. Prepared to coal ship. Delivered to USS BEAR (16) sixteen boxes containing candles addressed to John Lennon, St Paul Island. Draft before coaling 12 feet forward, 13 feet 9 inches aft 8:45 Commenced coaling G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

USS BEAR - Delivered to USS BEAR (16) sixteen boxes containing candles addressed to John Lennon, St Paul Island

9am to 4pm - Light SE to NE airs; overcast to mostly cloudy, with light rain first part. Men employed in relief work. Commissary department feeding destitutes and sick in the village; expended 60 rations for this purpose. Boarded the American schooner "Lettie" (No. 206,409) of Unalaska, A.C. Gass captain and owner, from Attu and Atka with furs, and ascertained from the master that there was no disease on the islands to the westward of Unalaska, that the winter had been severe but that everyone was doing well. The senior officer present called on the commanding officer. Coaled ship until four pm. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 55° and 58°. Commanding Officer made a personal inspection on the village of Unalaska and ascertained that all relief work was being properly conducted and that the conditions were rapidly improving, all that is necessary now is careful nursing and feeding those natives who are sick, helpless and destitute. No deaths today. Received 39 tons, 90 pounds steaming coal from the Alaska Commercial Company.

American schooner "Lettie" - Boarded the American schooner "Lettie" (No. 206,409) of Unalaska, A.C. Gass captain and owner, from Attu and Atka with furs, and ascertained from the master that there was no disease on the islands to the westward of Unalaska, that the winter had been severe but that everyone was doing well

coal: 39 tons, 90 pounds - Received 39 tons, 90 pounds steaming coal from the Alaska Commercial Company

4pm to Mid - Light NE airs to calm; mostly cloudy. Men employed on relief work. E.A. Coffin, Capt.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 48 tons 1530 lbs - Fuel Received 48 tons 1530 lbs Expended 3 tons 1160 lbs Remaining 157 tons 386 lbs

coal: 48 tons 1530 lbs -


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10 June 1919

Mid to 9am - Calm to light NE airs; mostly cloudy to clear. Resumed coaling at six am. E.A. Coffin, Capt.

9AM to 4PM Light NE air partly cloudy Men employed in relief work. Commissary department feeding destitutes expended 50 rations for this purpose 2:15 Opened bids for sale of whale boat #888 now stowed at Dutch Harbor, notice's having been posted at Post Office in Unalaska and the North American Commercial Company's Store at Dutch Harbor. But one bid recieved that of Reverend D.A. Hotovitsky of Unalaska Alaska and the boat is sold to that bidder for the sum of ten dollars. Commanding Officer made personal inspection of village of Unalaska and ascertained that all relief work was being properly conducted and that conditions were rapidly improving. All that being necessary is careful nursing and feeding those natives that are sick helpless and destituted Omitted quarters and drill account of necessary relief work being carried on also coaling ship. Coaled ship untill four oclock, Coal taken on board this day fifty tons from Alaska Commercial Company (48 tons 1530 pounds steaming coal) W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

Reverend D.A. Hotovitsky - 2:15 Opened bids for sale of whale boat #888 now stowed at Dutch Harbor, notice's having been posted at Post Office in Unalaska and the North American Commercial Company's Store at Dutch Harbor. But one bid recieved that of Reverend D.A. Hotovitsky of Unalaska Alaska and the boat is sold to that bidder for the sum of ten dollars

coal: 48 tons 1530 pounds - Coaled ship untill four oclock, Coal taken on board this day fifty tons from Alaska Commercial Company (48 tons 1530 pounds steaming coal)

4PM to Mid Light NE airs Overcast to partly cloudy Inspected magazine and powder sample. Temp 57°-61 Men employed on relief work W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

coal: 50 tons -


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 50 tons - Fuel Received 50 tons Expended 3 tons 880 lbs Remaining 203 tons 1746 lbs

one dead

coal: 50 tons -


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11 June 1919

Mdi to 9AM Light NE air partly cloudy Crew employed on relief work and coaling ship Resumed coaling at six AM. W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light NE airs, clear. Bright sunny weather. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 59°-62° Men employed in relief work. Commissary department feeding destitute natives. Expended 40 rations for this purpose. 9:20 started fires in after boiler. 10:35 steam formed. 12:35 cut in after boiler and cut out forward boiler. Withdrew two and left one of the men that were nursing and caring for people at jail, Unalaska. Commanding officer made a personal inspection of Unalaska, Dutch Harbor, and Naval Radio Station and found all people convalesing and that they now needed only careful nursing and the feeding of the destitutes. Men employed in coaling throughout day receiving 50 tons of steaming coal from the Alaska Commercial Co Let fires die out under forward boiler. Three of the men from the "Bear" were withdrawn from duty on shore, leaving three on relief work

coal: 50 tons - Men employed in coaling throughout day receiving 50 tons of steaming coal from the Alaska Commercial Co

4:00pm to Mid:- Light NE airs to calm, overcast, misty. Men employed on relief work. Discontinued feeding out the people of Unalaska this day as they were sufficently recovered to provide themselves with food. The only ones to whom a ration will now be issued are the orphans, six (6) in number who are under the direct care of this vessel. One person died this day G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

Removed eight of the fourteen small children from the improvised orphans house, where they had been taken care of by detail from this vessel, those whose parents were living and sufficently recovered to care for them were returned to their homes, those whose parents were died were later brought other native families in the village, under the direction of the Reverend D.A. Hotovitsky.

coal: 50 tons - steaming coal


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 48 tons 1863 lbs - Fuel Received 48 tons 1863 lbs Expended 4 tons 1780 lbs Remaining 247 tons 1829 lbs

coal: 48 tons 1863 lbs -


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12 June 1919

Mid to 9:00am: Calm to light NE airs, overcast, misty. Morning duties performed. Men employed on relief work. 6:00 resumed coaling. 8:00 took the remaining six small children from the improvised orphans home, where they had been taken care of by detail from this vessel, those whose parents were living and recovered sufficently to care for them were returned to their homes, those whose parents were dead were taken by other natives families in the village, under the directions of the Reverend Father D.A. Hotovitsky Cleaned out and closed improvised orphanage and detail of men returned to ship. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

9AM to 4PM. Light NE airs overcast. Smooth Sea. Crew employed in coaling ship 11:00 Removed last patient from Service hospital and closed up same, as there was no further use for same at present time and detail of men returned to ship 2:30 Finished coaling ship, having received this day 48 tons and 1863 pound. Ships draft after coaling 15'-1" forward and 14'-3" aft. 4:00 USS Vicksburg anchored in Unalaska harbor. Buried one native this day. Submitted bills for ration Issued to the Village of Unalaska, to Miss Agnes Danford, representative of the Bureau of Education, by authority Headquarters radiogram 15304 C.E. Anderson Lt.

coal: 48 tons and 1863 pound - 2:30 Finished coaling ship, having received this day 48 tons and 1863 pound

USS Vicksburg - 4:00 USS Vicksburg anchored in Unalaska harbor

4pm To Mid. Light NE airs, overcast Smooth Sea. 4:45 Commanding officer USS Vicksburg called official on Commanding of this vessel 6:35 Left wharf at Unalaska, to let USS Vicksburg in to take coal. 6:45 Came to anchor in inner harbor Unalaska bay 11 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of port chain 7:30 Commanding officer of this vessel called official on Commanding officer USS Vicksburg Inspected Magazine and powder samples. temp 59°-62°. 7:00 USS Vicksburg made fast at Unalaska C.E. Anderson Lt

USS Vicksburg - 7:00 USS Vicksburg made fast at Unalaska


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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13 June 1919

Mid to 9am Light SE airs Overcast Smooth Sea. Crew employed with cleaning ship and after coaling C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to 4PM. Light North air to Light NE air Overcast to clear. Crew employed with painting hatches. Engine room force employed with cleaning forward boiler. Died one native this day Omitted quarters and drill account of necessary work about ship Three details on shore, ships Surgeon and so many men from the ship as necessary employed during the day on relief work. Commanding Officer inspected the village W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

4PM to Mid Light NE air to Light WNW air Overcast Inspected Magazine and powder sample Temp 60°-62° W.B. Huebner, Lt jg


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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14 June 1919

Mid to 9AM Light SSW to SW breeze; overcast to partly cloudy. EAC Crew employed with saturday morning routine 7:17 USS Vicksburg under way leaving Unalaska dock. 7:22 USS Vicksburg Anchored out in Unalaska Harbor. 8:20am USS Vicksburg under way and standing out to sea 8:50 Up anchor and under way. W.B. Huebner Lt jg

USS Vicksburg - 7:17 USS Vicksburg under way leaving Unalaska dock

USS Vicksburg - 7:22 USS Vicksburg Anchored out in Unalaska Harbor

USS Vicksburg - 8:20am USS Vicksburg under way and standing out to sea

9am to 4pm - Light SW breeze to NE airs; partly cloudy. At 9:10 made fast to west side of Unalaska dock. Scrubbed decks with sand and washed paint work. Details of men at the jail, the Alaska Commercial Company's house and at Naval Radio Station, Dutch Harbor, all recalled to the ship as the people at the places named are now sufficently recovered to manage their own affairs. Necessary relief work being carried on in the village. Commanding officer inspected village. Commanding officer inspected the vessel throughout Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 61° and 63°. Tested magazine flood cock.

4pm to Mid - Light NE airs to calm; partly cloudy to overcast. E.A. Coffin, Capt


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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15 June 1919

Mid to 9am - Calm to light NE airs; overcast. Performed morning routine duties. 8:55 USS "Bear" cast off and stood out. E.A. Coffin, Capt.

USS "Bear" - 8:55 USS "Bear" cast off and stood out

9:00am to 4:00pm Light NE airs, partly cloudy to clear. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 61°-63° Ships surgeon visited all houses in the village, where natives were still confined with influenza and administered relief where needed. Commanding Officer inspected the village of Unalaska. Ships surgeon visited and inspected the villages of Unalaska and Dutch Harbor and US Naval Radio Station. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

4:00pm to Mid:- Light NE to SW airs, clears to partly cloudy. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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16 June 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Calm to light variable airs, clear Morning duties performed. Began breaking out main hold G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

9AM to 4PM. From calm to light NE airs, clear Smooth Sea. Crew employed in breaking out Main hold and scrubbing hammocks and bags. 11:00 Commanding Officer returned to vessel after having With Ships Surgeon inspected the village of Unalaska. 1:05 USS Marblehead came to anchor in outer harbor of Unalaska bay, 1:10 Commanding officer left vessel to call official on Commanding Officer of the USS Marblehead. # 3:00 advancement on ship clocks 15 min. to correspond with time on the USS Marblehead. Omitted quarters and drills on account of Necessary Work. Received two sacks of Mail and one box of Medical from the USS Marblehead. C.E. Anderson Leiut.

USS Marblehead - 1:05 USS Marblehead came to anchor in outer harbor of Unalaska bay

4pm to Mid. Light NE airs. clear. Smooth Sea. Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp. 62°-64° C.E. Anderson Lieut

# Commanding Officer conferred with Senior Officer Present and gave him report in duplicate of the operations of this vessel from May 26th to June 16th also full detailed report of everything in connection with the epidemic of influenza in this region


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.48, Long -166.12


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17 June 1919

priest rock abeam distant 30 miles

Lat 53.8, Long -167.0

Mdi to 9am. Light NE airs clear to partly cloudy. Smooth Sea 3:30 USS Marblehead came alongside of wharf at Unalaska. crew employed with Morning routine C.E. Anderson Lieut

USS Marblehead - 3:30 USS Marblehead came alongside of wharf at Unalaska

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4:00 to 6:00pm:- Moderate WNW breezes, mostly cloudy to overcast and foggy Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 60°-62°. 4:24 (84.2) Priest Rock abeam, distant 3.0 miles. Vessel on course N5/8W (PSC) throughout watch. Steaming ordinary full speed one boiler by direction Senior officer present * G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

6:00 to 8pm. Fresh WNW breeze. Overcast and hazzy. Smooth Sea. On course N5/8W (psc) 6:39 log reading (6.0) changed course to NE3/4N (psc) and so to end of Watch. C.E. Anderson Lt

* Issued rations to the three pharmacists mates that came on board from USS "Marblehead" this will be continued as long as they are on board.


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ulakta head abeam

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

9AM to 4PM Light NE air to Gentle North breeze Foggy to partly cloudy smooth sea Crew employed with stowing stores and getting ship ready for sea and transfering stores from Marblehead to this vessel 9:30 Commanding Officer of USS Marblehead made Official call on Commanding officer this vessel. Commanding Officer inspected village of Unalaska Commanding Officer this vessel with Senior Officer present inspected Dutch Harbor and US Naval Radio Station By orders of Senior Officer present, the following medical units numbers 2 and 4 were transfered to this vessel for service at Nushagak with standard medical outfit and personal baggage and food supplies. Medical unit number 2 consisting of the following personnel Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service Miss J. Locker, Nurse Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN. Medical unit number 4 consisting of the following personnel Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service, Miss L. Wilbur Nurse Miss McKinnon Nurse, J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN. Received from postmaster Unalaska on board 2 parcels of mail for postmaster Nushagak Steamed out of Unalaska and set course for Nushagak in accordance with instructions from Senior Officer present getting under way three PM 3:08 Streamed Log (76.9) 3:45 Ulakta Head abeam Log (79.3) set course North 5/8 west per standard compass Omitted quarters and drill account of necessary work W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN - By orders of Senior Officer present, the following medical units numbers 2 and 4 were trasnsfered to this vessel for service at Nushagak with standard medical outfit and personal baggage and food supplies. Medical unit number 2 consisting of the following personnel Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service Miss J. Locker, Nurse Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN. Medical unit number 4 consisting of the following personnel Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service, Miss L. Wilbur Nurse Miss McKinnon Nurse, J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN

Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service - By orders of Senior Officer present, the following medical units numbers 2 and 4 were trasnsfered to this vessel for service at Nushagak with standard medical outfit and personal baggage and food supplies. Medical unit number 2 consisting of the following personnel Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service Miss J. Locker, Nurse Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN. Medical unit number 4 consisting of the following personnel Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service, Miss L. Wilbur Nurse Miss McKinnon Nurse, J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN

Miss J. Locker, Nurse - By orders of Senior Officer present, the following medical units numbers 2 and 4 were trasnsfered to this vessel for service at Nushagak with standard medical outfit and personal baggage and food supplies. Medical unit number 2 consisting of the following personnel Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service Miss J. Locker, Nurse Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN. Medical unit number 4 consisting of the following personnel Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service, Miss L. Wilbur Nurse Miss McKinnon Nurse, J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN

C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN - By orders of Senior Officer present, the following medical units numbers 2 and 4 were trasnsfered to this vessel for service at Nushagak with standard medical outfit and personal baggage and food supplies. Medical unit number 2 consisting of the following personnel Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service Miss J. Locker, Nurse Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN. Medical unit number 4 consisting of the following personnel Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service, Miss L. Wilbur Nurse Miss McKinnon Nurse, J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN

Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse - By orders of Senior Officer present, the following medical units numbers 2 and 4 were trasnsfered to this vessel for service at Nushagak with standard medical outfit and personal baggage and food supplies. Medical unit number 2 consisting of the following personnel Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service Miss J. Locker, Nurse Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN. Medical unit number 4 consisting of the following personnel Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service, Miss L. Wilbur Nurse Miss McKinnon Nurse, J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN

H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN - By orders of Senior Officer present, the following medical units numbers 2 and 4 were trasnsfered to this vessel for service at Nushagak with standard medical outfit and personal baggage and food supplies. Medical unit number 2 consisting of the following personnel Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service Miss J. Locker, Nurse Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN. Medical unit number 4 consisting of the following personnel Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service, Miss L. Wilbur Nurse Miss McKinnon Nurse, J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN

Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service - By orders of Senior Officer present, the following medical units numbers 2 and 4 were trasnsfered to this vessel for service at Nushagak with standard medical outfit and personal baggage and food supplies. Medical unit number 2 consisting of the following personnel Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service Miss J. Locker, Nurse Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN. Medical unit number 4 consisting of the following personnel Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service, Miss L. Wilbur Nurse Miss McKinnon Nurse, J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN

Miss L. Wilbur Nurse - By orders of Senior Officer present, the following medical units numbers 2 and 4 were trasnsfered to this vessel for service at Nushagak with standard medical outfit and personal baggage and food supplies. Medical unit number 2 consisting of the following personnel Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service Miss J. Locker, Nurse Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN. Medical unit number 4 consisting of the following personnel Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service, Miss L. Wilbur Nurse Miss McKinnon Nurse, J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN

Miss McKinnon Nurse - By orders of Senior Officer present, the following medical units numbers 2 and 4 were trasnsfered to this vessel for service at Nushagak with standard medical outfit and personal baggage and food supplies. Medical unit number 2 consisting of the following personnel Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service Miss J. Locker, Nurse Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN. Medical unit number 4 consisting of the following personnel Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service, Miss L. Wilbur Nurse Miss McKinnon Nurse, J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN

J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN - By orders of Senior Officer present, the following medical units numbers 2 and 4 were trasnsfered to this vessel for service at Nushagak with standard medical outfit and personal baggage and food supplies. Medical unit number 2 consisting of the following personnel Lieut H.D. Hubbard Medical Surgeon USN Doctor V.T. McGillicuddy acting US public health service Miss J. Locker, Nurse Mrs C.B. Warden, Nurse C.D. Moehl Ph Mate 2nd class USN H.W. Finchley Ph mate 1st class USN. Medical unit number 4 consisting of the following personnel Doctor F.W. Carpenter acting US public Health service, Miss L. Wilbur Nurse Miss McKinnon Nurse, J.W. Miller Ph mate 2nd class USN

8pm to Mid Light WNW breeze Foggy Smooth sea On course NE3/4N per standard compass through out the watch Issued 20 night rations W.B. Huebner Lt jg


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at sea bering sea

Lat 55.88, Long -162.80


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18 June 1919

Mid to 4am - Light WNW breeze; overcast and foggy. Vessel on course NE3/4N throughout watch. E.A. Coffin, Capt.

4am to 8am. Light to gentle WNW breezes, overcast, foggy, smooth sea, Vessel on course NE3/4N, (PSC) throughout watch. Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

8am to Merid: Light WNW breeze. Overcast to cloudy Smooth Sea. 9:30 Held quarters followed by instruction in Seamanship On course NE3/4N through out watch. (psc) 12:00 changed course NE7/8N (psc). Sighted 4 Fur Seal. C.E. Anderson Lieut

Fur Seal - 4

Mid to 4PM Light WNW breeze overcast Smooth sea Crew employed with cleaning paint work on main deck Held quarters followed by Resusitation drill On course NE7/8N per standard compass throughout the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4pm to 6pm - Light WNW breeze; overcast; smooth sea. Vessel on course NE7/8N per standard compass throughout watch. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 60° and 62°. E.A. Coffin, Captain

6:00 to 8:00pm:- Gentle WNW breezes, overcast, smooth sea. Vessel on course NE7/8N (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

8:00pm to Mid Gentle WNW breeze overcast Smooth Sea Vessel on course NE7/8N (psc) through out Watch. Issued 60 night ration C.E. Anderson Lt


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at sea bering sea

Lat 57.97, Long -15.07


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19 June 1919

stood up nushagak river

Lat 22.4, Long -3.0

Mid to 4AM Light West air to Calm partly cloudy Smooth sea on course NE7/8N per standard compass through out the watch W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

4am to 8am - Light SW airs to breeze; mostly cloudy; smooth sea. Performed morning routine duties. Vessel on course NE7/8N per standard compass throughout watch

8:00am to Merid:- Light SW to West breezes, partly cloudy, smooth sea, bright sunny weather. 8:35 (44.9) course W1/2S (PSC). 9:27 (50.4) course NxW1/8W (PSC) and so to end of watch. 9:30 quarters followed by instruction in seamanship. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperature 57°-59°. Men employed variously G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

Mer to 4PM. Light SW breeze partly cloudy Smooth Sea. Stood various courses to entrance of Nushagak river 2:30 Held quarters followed by Signal drill 4:00 log in. C.E. Anderson Lt

4PM to 6PM. Gentle SW breeze Overcast smooth sea Stood various courses up Nusahgak river W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

6pm - 8pm - Gentle SW breeze; overcast. Stood up Nushagak River various courses and speeds and at 7:40 anchored off Bradford Point about one mile from Dillingham, Alaska. E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00pm to Mid:- Gentle SW breezes, overcast and rainy. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.


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dillingham nushagak bay

Lat -1.3, Long 144.7


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20 June 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Light SW to North breezes overcast to partly cloudy, morning duties performed. 7:30 ship surgeon went ashore to inspect Dillingham and to find out conditions with reference to the influenza epidemic G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut

9am to 4PM. Light Northerly breeze, partly cloudy, Smooth Sea. 9:30 Held quarters followed by instructions in Seaman Ship 11:30 Ship's Surgeon accompanied by Doctor French of of the Bureau of Education, returned to ship and reported to the Commanding Officer that there were thirty Sick in hospital at Dillingham and several sick in different houses, also that there were about one hundred orphans in the village, arrangment were made to send one hospital unit consisting of one Doctor two trained Nurses, and one hospital corps Men, ashore at Dillingham, the Ship's Surgeon also reported that there were about 300 sick in the outlying districts. 12:15 Ship's Surgeon accompained by Doctor French Bureau of Education, Doctor Hubbard, US Navy Doctor McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health, Doctor E.W. Scott Ships Dental Surgeon and pharmacist Mate 1st class E Chase left vessel to inspect the outlying settlements, At the same time sent following named six men in charge of Lieutenant (jg) W.B. Huebner, Ellingsen L.A. Seman 2nd class, Baugh M.M. Seaman 2nd class, Gibson G. Seaman, Miller M.M. Ordinary Seaman) Martinez A.B. Seaman 2nd class # ashore with shovels, guns and ammunition to bury dead and shoot dogs, that are eating the dead bodies.

Doctor French - 11:30 Ship's Surgeon accompanied by Doctor French of of the Bureau of Education, returned to ship

Doctor French - 12:15 Ship's Surgeon accompained by Doctor French Bureau of Education, Doctor Hubbard, US Navy Doctor McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health, Doctor E.W. Scott Ships Dental Surgeon and pharmacist Mate 1st class E Chase left vessel to inspect the outlying settlements

Doctor Hubbard, US Navy - 12:15 Ship's Surgeon accompained by Doctor French Bureau of Education, Doctor Hubbard, US Navy Doctor McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health, Doctor E.W. Scott Ships Dental Surgeon and pharmacist Mate 1st class E Chase left vessel to inspect the outlying settlements

Doctor McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health - 12:15 Ship's Surgeon accompained by Doctor French Bureau of Education, Doctor Hubbard, US Navy Doctor McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health, Doctor E.W. Scott Ships Dental Surgeon and pharmacist Mate 1st class E Chase left vessel to inspect the outlying settlements

Doctor E.W. Scott Ships Dental Surgeon - 12:15 Ship's Surgeon accompained by Doctor French Bureau of Education, Doctor Hubbard, US Navy Doctor McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health, Doctor E.W. Scott Ships Dental Surgeon and pharmacist Mate 1st class E Chase left vessel to inspect the outlying settlements

pharmacist Mate 1st class E Chase - 12:15 Ship's Surgeon accompained by Doctor French Bureau of Education, Doctor Hubbard, US Navy Doctor McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health, Doctor E.W. Scott Ships Dental Surgeon and pharmacist Mate 1st class E Chase left vessel to inspect the outlying settlements

Lieutenant (jg) W.B. Huebner - following named six men in charge of Lieutenant (jg) W.B. Huebner, Ellingsen L.A. Seman 2nd class, Baugh M.M. Seaman 2nd class, Gibson G. Seaman, Miller M.M. Ordinary Seaman) Martinez A.B. Seaman 2nd class ashore with shovels, guns and ammunition to bury dead and shoot dogs, that are eating the dead bodies

Ellingsen L.A. Seman 2nd class - following named six men in charge of Lieutenant (jg) W.B. Huebner, Ellingsen L.A. Seman 2nd class, Baugh M.M. Seaman 2nd class, Gibson G. Seaman, Miller M.M. Ordinary Seaman) Martinez A.B. Seaman 2nd class ashore with shovels, guns and ammunition to bury dead and shoot dogs, that are eating the dead bodies

Baugh M.M. Seaman 2nd class - following named six men in charge of Lieutenant (jg) W.B. Huebner, Ellingsen L.A. Seman 2nd class, Baugh M.M. Seaman 2nd class, Gibson G. Seaman, Miller M.M. Ordinary Seaman) Martinez A.B. Seaman 2nd class ashore with shovels, guns and ammunition to bury dead and shoot dogs, that are eating the dead bodies

Gibson G. Seaman - following named six men in charge of Lieutenant (jg) W.B. Huebner, Ellingsen L.A. Seman 2nd class, Baugh M.M. Seaman 2nd class, Gibson G. Seaman, Miller M.M. Ordinary Seaman) Martinez A.B. Seaman 2nd class ashore with shovels, guns and ammunition to bury dead and shoot dogs, that are eating the dead bodies

Miller M.M. Ordinary Seaman - following named six men in charge of Lieutenant (jg) W.B. Huebner, Ellingsen L.A. Seman 2nd class, Baugh M.M. Seaman 2nd class, Gibson G. Seaman, Miller M.M. Ordinary Seaman) Martinez A.B. Seaman 2nd class ashore with shovels, guns and ammunition to bury dead and shoot dogs, that are eating the dead bodies

Martinez A.B. Seaman 2nd class - following named six men in charge of Lieutenant (jg) W.B. Huebner, Ellingsen L.A. Seman 2nd class, Baugh M.M. Seaman 2nd class, Gibson G. Seaman, Miller M.M. Ordinary Seaman) Martinez A.B. Seaman 2nd class ashore with shovels, guns and ammunition to bury dead and shoot dogs, that are eating the dead bodies

12:50 Sent following radiogram to USS Marblehead about three hundred sick here, all natives, one hundred orphans, many unburied dead, bodies being eaten by dogs, have sent detail ashore to bury dead and shoot dogs, one Medical Unit landed at Dillingham, doctors making inspection of outlying district and othre villages, no sick on board, one hundred ninety three tons coal #Wilson M.W. Seaman.

Wilson M.W. Seaman - Wilson M.W. Seaman

Over.


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20 June 1919

2500 Gallons fresh Water, drinking. 12550. Signed Dodge; Omitted Quarters and drills on account of General cleaning C.E. Anderson Lt

4pm to Mid: Light Northerly breeze partly cloudy Smooth Sea. At 4:30 commanding Officer left vessel on high tide, and proceeded to Nushagak, inspected village, learned that practically all adult Natives were dead, three needed Medical attention, and twelve orphan children required to be cared for and and a home provided for them elsewhere. There was no Medicine of any kind in village 6:30 Ship's Surgeon and party returned to vessel, after having inspected village at Coffe point. Found ten dead bodies in bad state of decomposition Same had faces eaten off by dogs, Buried the boides and shoot stray dogs, rendered Medical aid to three sick Natives 8:30 One Medical Unit consisiting of following Members Doctor F.W. Carpenter, acting Surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss E. McKinnon Nurse, Miss L Wilbur Nurse and J.W. Miller Pharmacist Mate 2nd class left vessel with Medical and food supplies to take up theri quarters at Dillingham for purpose of rendering relief to sick and dying at this place. Inspected Magazine and powder samples temp 62°-65. C.E. Anderson Lieutenant

Doctor F.W. Carpenter, acting Surgeon US Public Health Service - Medical Unit consisiting of following Members Doctor F.W. Carpenter, acting Surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss E. McKinnon Nurse, Miss L Wilbur Nurse and J.W. Miller Pharmacist Mate 2nd class left vessel with Medical and food supplies

Miss E. McKinnon Nurse - Medical Unit consisiting of following Members Doctor F.W. Carpenter, acting Surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss E. McKinnon Nurse, Miss L Wilbur Nurse and J.W. Miller Pharmacist Mate 2nd class left vessel with Medical and food supplies

Miss L Wilbur Nurse - Medical Unit consisiting of following Members Doctor F.W. Carpenter, acting Surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss E. McKinnon Nurse, Miss L Wilbur Nurse and J.W. Miller Pharmacist Mate 2nd class left vessel with Medical and food supplies

J.W. Miller Pharmacist Mate 2nd class - Medical Unit consisiting of following Members Doctor F.W. Carpenter, acting Surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss E. McKinnon Nurse, Miss L Wilbur Nurse and J.W. Miller Pharmacist Mate 2nd class left vessel with Medical and food supplies


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dillingham nushagak bay

Lat 13.4, Long 144.7


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21 June 1919

Mid to 9am From light Northerly breeze to fresh NW breeze clear. Moderate sea. Crew employed with Saturday Morning cleaning C.E. Anderson Lt

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Fresh to light NW breezes, partly cludy to clear, strong current with tide rips, bright sunny weather. Inspected magazine and powder sample - temperature 63°-65° - tested flood cock. Holystoned spar deck and performed usual saturday morning cleaning. 10:00 received the following radiogram "Situation at Egegik and Naknek vicinity will probably be cleared up by Monday Period what is your estimate of situation in your vicinity 09421 USS Marblehead" At the request of Dr. Carpenter, acting US Public Health Surgeon, stationed at Dillingham with one medical unit, the following men were sent from this ship to aid in work at the hospital: F.K. Briggs, sea 2 class, and K. Kramer, ordinary seaman. Ships surgeon inspected the village of Dillingham. # It was the intention to send a party to Nushagak but on account of the strong wind and later on on account of the strong tide this was impossible. 2:05 sent the following radiogram to USS Marblehead "Will probably require from seven to ten days to clear up situation here five outlying villages where there is sickness and unburied dead to be visited yet. Can only be visited by boat at high tide in the river. Medical unit required in Dillingham until these outlying villages are visited. 10421 Dodge G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

F.K. Briggs, sea 2 class - At the request of Dr. Carpenter, acting US Public Health Surgeon, stationed at Dillingham with one medical unit, the following men were sent from this ship to aid in work at the hospital: F.K. Briggs, sea 2 class, and K. Kramer, ordinary seaman.

K. Kramer, ordinary seaman - At the request of Dr. Carpenter, acting US Public Health Surgeon, stationed at Dillingham with one medical unit, the following men were sent from this ship to aid in work at the hospital: F.K. Briggs, sea 2 class, and K. Kramer, ordinary seaman.

4:00pm to Mid:- Light NW breezes to airs clear, strong tide. 4:20 received the following radiogram: " 10521 perid two medical units were landed at Naknek Thursday and are looking out for the sick and Burying the dead in the vicinity of Kvichak River 19521. USS Marblehead". 7:00 boat carrying medical officer returned on board having been administrating to the sick and giving food in outlying districts G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

#At 12:00 Ships surgeon returned from inspection of Dillingham; at 1:00pm, on high water, ship's surgeon, Dr. Hubbard, US Navy, Dr. McGillycuddy, acting US PH Surgeon, and Dental surgeon E.W. Scott, with detail of three men from ship with medical and food supplies, left the vessel to administer relief to sick and destitute natives at Coffee Point and outlying districts.


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dillingham alaska

Lat 13.4, Long 144.7


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22 June 1919

Mid to 9:00am: Light NW airs to breezes, Clear - strong tide 7:30 ships surgeon, Dr. H.D. Hubbard, USN, and medical unit left vessel with medical and food supplies for relief of sick and destitute natives in outlying districts. Detail of four men accompanied ships surgeon for purpose of burying dead. Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

Dr. H.D. Hubbard, USN - 7:30 ships surgeon, Dr. H.D. Hubbard, USN, and medical unit left vessel with medical and food supplies for relief of sick and destitute natives in outlying districts

9am to 4pm - Light NW breeze to South airs; clear to partly cloudy 11:00 F.K. Briggs, seaman 2nd class, returned from hospital at Dillingham. All those not engaged in relief work observed Sunday. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 66° and 64°.

F.K. Briggs, seaman 2nd class - returned from hospital at Dillingham

4pm to Mid - Light South to NW airs; partly cloudy. Relief party which left this morning still away from the vessel at midnight. E.A. Coffin, Capt.


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dillingham alaska

Lat 13.4, Long 144.7


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23 June 1919

Mid to 9am - Light NW airs to calm; partly to mostly cloudy. Performed morning routine duties. E.A. Coffin, Captain

9:00am to 4:00pm. Light South to variable breezes, partly cloudy. 9:20 received the following radiogram " At Libbys Saltery on Igushik River arrived here seven PM could not finish work to be done here till tomorrow will be back tomorrow evening. F.H. Johnson, ships surgeon" Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 64°-66° Men employed in scrubbing sides and aloft and chipping paint work preparatory to painting ship. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

4:00pm to Mid. Light South breezes to airs, partly cloudy. 4:40 K. Kramer, ordinary seaman, returned on board from duty at hospital at Dillingham there being no further use for him there. 4:40 Miss E. McKinnon and Miss Lorraine Wilbur, returned on board from duty at hospital at Dillingham, as two nurses had arrived at this hospital from Valdez having come over land from Iliamna, as their services were no longer needed 8:20 ships surgeon, medical unit, and detail of men returned, having administered medical relief and distributed food to destitute natives in five outlying districts. Buried five bodies. In the accomplishment of this work they were constantly on duty for thirty-seven hours. 9:00 sent following radiogram to USS Marblehead " Expect situation here will be cleared up so that I can leave Friday in the noon tide. Have one case of influenza on board. 21223. Dodge" G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

K. Kramer, ordinary seaman - returned on board from duty at hospital at Dillingham there being no further use for him there

Miss Lorraine Wilbur - 4:40 Miss E. McKinnon and Miss Lorraine Wilbur, returned on board from duty at hospital at Dillingham, as two nurses had arrived at this hospital from Valdez having come over land from Iliamna, as their services were no longer needed

Miss E. McKinnon - 4:40 Miss E. McKinnon and Miss Lorraine Wilbur, returned on board from duty at hospital at Dillingham, as two nurses had arrived at this hospital from Valdez having come over land from Iliamna, as their services were no longer needed


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dillingham alaska

Lat -1.3, Long 144.7


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24 June 1919

Mid to 9:00am Calm to light East airs, overcast, drizzling Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

9AM to 4PM. Light variable airs overcast Smooth Sea. Crew employed in chipping rust and painting 12:35 Ships Surgeon accompanied by Dr Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon USNRF Dr French Bureau of Education Dr McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health and detail of four men left vessel with Medical and food supplies to stop at Nushagak and deliver Medicines at that place. Also to visit and inspect the villages of Shaguiak, Ekuk and other outlying places on the east side of Nushagak bay. for the purpose of adminstering Medical aid and distributing food to sick and destitute Natives. 1PM Sent following radiogram to USS Marblehead. conditions improving, expect to be able to leave here noon Friday. One case of influenza on board. Convalescent. Coal one hundred and eighty tons, drinking water fourteen hundred gallons. Signed Dodge. Omitted Quarters and drills on account of painting ship. C.E. Anderson Lieut

Dr Hubbard USN - 12:35 Ships Surgeon accompanied by Dr Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon USNRF Dr French Bureau of Education Dr McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health and detail of four men left vessel with Medical and food supplies to stop at Nushagak and deliver Medicines at that place

Dr Scott Dental Surgeon USNRF - 12:35 Ships Surgeon accompanied by Dr Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon USNRF Dr French Bureau of Education Dr McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health and detail of four men left vessel with Medical and food supplies to stop at Nushagak and deliver Medicines at that place

Dr French Bureau of Education - 12:35 Ships Surgeon accompanied by Dr Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon USNRF Dr French Bureau of Education Dr McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health and detail of four men left vessel with Medical and food supplies to stop at Nushagak and deliver Medicines at that place

Dr McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health - 12:35 Ships Surgeon accompanied by Dr Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon USNRF Dr French Bureau of Education Dr McGillicuddy acting Surgeon US Public Health and detail of four men left vessel with Medical and food supplies to stop at Nushagak and deliver Medicines at that place

4PM to Mid: Moderate SW breeze, Overcast. Smooth sea. Inspected Magazine and powder sample temp 64°-65° 10:50 Ship's Surgeon and party returned to vessel after having administered Medical aid. and distributed food to sick and destitued Natives at all outlying places on east side of Nushagak bay; transfered three sick Natives to hospital at Dillingham Also brought all orphan children from the village of Nushagak to be under the care of Doctor French, Bureau of Education, at Dillingham untill the sailing of this vessel C.E. Anderson Lt

Doctor French, Bureau of Education - brought all orphan children from the village of Nushagak to be under the care of Doctor French, Bureau of Education, at Dillingham untill the sailing of this vessel


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dillingham alaska

Lat 13.4, Long 144.7


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25 June 1919

Mid to 9AM. Moderate SW breeze Overcast Smooth Sea crew employed with Morning routine 8:45 Commanding Officer left vessel for Scandinavian Cannery to Inspect Same place and to confer with Superintendant as to the condition and health of the Natives at the village C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to 4PM Gentle SW breeze Drizzling rain Overcast Crew employed with painting ship Engine room force painting and touching up below 10:35 Tug boat Attu alongside, taking on board the following Officers Dr. Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon Dr Gillicuddy acting Surgeon public Health service, Dr Johnson ships surgeon Captain Coffin USCG Lieutenant Anderson USNRF and Chase Ph.mate 1st class to inspect and give relief to outlying villages on West side of Nushagak and Wood Rivers. Omitted quarters and drill account of painting ship W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

Tug boat Attu - 10:35 Tug boat Attu alongside, taking on board the following Officers Dr. Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon Dr Gillicuddy acting Surgeon public Health service, Dr Johnson ships surgeon Captain Coffin USCG Lieutenant Anderson USNRF and Chase Ph.mate 1st class to inspect and give relief to outlying villages on West side of Nushagak and Wood Rivers.

Dr. Hubbard USN - 10:35 Tug boat Attu alongside, taking on board the following Officers Dr. Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon Dr Gillicuddy acting Surgeon public Health service, Dr Johnson ships surgeon Captain Coffin USCG Lieutenant Anderson USNRF and Chase Ph.mate 1st class to inspect and give relief to outlying villages on West side of Nushagak and Wood Rivers.

Dr Scott Dental Surgeon - 10:35 Tug boat Attu alongside, taking on board the following Officers Dr. Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon Dr Gillicuddy acting Surgeon public Health service, Dr Johnson ships surgeon Captain Coffin USCG Lieutenant Anderson USNRF and Chase Ph.mate 1st class to inspect and give relief to outlying villages on West side of Nushagak and Wood Rivers.

Dr Gillicuddy acting Surgeon public Health service - 10:35 Tug boat Attu alongside, taking on board the following Officers Dr. Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon Dr Gillicuddy acting Surgeon public Health service, Dr Johnson ships surgeon Captain Coffin USCG Lieutenant Anderson USNRF and Chase Ph.mate 1st class to inspect and give relief to outlying villages on West side of Nushagak and Wood Rivers.

Captain Coffin USCG - 10:35 Tug boat Attu alongside, taking on board the following Officers Dr. Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon Dr Gillicuddy acting Surgeon public Health service, Dr Johnson ships surgeon Captain Coffin USCG Lieutenant Anderson USNRF and Chase Ph.mate 1st class to inspect and give relief to outlying villages on West side of Nushagak and Wood Rivers.

Dr Johnson ships surgeon - 10:35 Tug boat Attu alongside, taking on board the following Officers Dr. Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon Dr Gillicuddy acting Surgeon public Health service, Dr Johnson ships surgeon Captain Coffin USCG Lieutenant Anderson USNRF and Chase Ph.mate 1st class to inspect and give relief to outlying villages on West side of Nushagak and Wood Rivers.

Lieutenant Anderson USNRF - 10:35 Tug boat Attu alongside, taking on board the following Officers Dr. Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon Dr Gillicuddy acting Surgeon public Health service, Dr Johnson ships surgeon Captain Coffin USCG Lieutenant Anderson USNRF and Chase Ph.mate 1st class to inspect and give relief to outlying villages on West side of Nushagak and Wood Rivers.

Chase Ph.mate 1st class - 10:35 Tug boat Attu alongside, taking on board the following Officers Dr. Hubbard USN Dr Scott Dental Surgeon Dr Gillicuddy acting Surgeon public Health service, Dr Johnson ships surgeon Captain Coffin USCG Lieutenant Anderson USNRF and Chase Ph.mate 1st class to inspect and give relief to outlying villages on West side of Nushagak and Wood Rivers.

4PM To Mid Gentle SW breeze to Light SW air passing showers Overcast 4:05 Tug boat Attu returned to ship with relief party 4:35 Tug boat Ibis came alongside with Commanding Officer this vessel. 7:45 Ships Surgeon Dr Johnson, accompanied by Dr H.D. Hubbard USN Dr. V.T. McGillicuddy public Health Service Dr E.W. Scott Dental Surgeon Captain E. Coffin, E.S. Chase Ph.mate 1st class P.A. Wisdom Boatswain mate 2nd class H.M. Miller Ord. seaman, Left on flood tide for outlying districts on Wood river 40 miles away will be busy all night and all day tomorrow on relief cases. Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 64° 65° 11:10 Sent following Radio to Commanding Officer USS Marblehead Have several bodies to bury and a number of sick to attend about forty miles up Wood River which will delay me until about ten AM Saturday everything else in this vicinity cleared up (20025) W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

Tug boat Attu - 4:05 Tug boat Attu returned to ship with relief party

Tug boat Ibis - 4:35 Tug boat Ibis came alongside with Commanding Officer this vessel

Dr H.D. Hubbard USN - 7:45 Ships Surgeon Dr Johnson, accompanied by Dr H.D. Hubbard USN Dr. V.T. McGillicuddy public Health Service Dr E.W. Scott Dental Surgeon Captain E. Coffin, E.S. Chase Ph.mate 1st class P.A. Wisdom Boatswain mate 2nd class H.M. Miller Ord. seaman, Left on flood tide for outlying districts on Wood river 40 miles away will be busy all night and all day tomorrow on relief cases

Ships Surgeon Dr Johnson - 7:45 Ships Surgeon Dr Johnson, accompanied by Dr H.D. Hubbard USN Dr. V.T. McGillicuddy public Health Service Dr E.W. Scott Dental Surgeon Captain E. Coffin, E.S. Chase Ph.mate 1st class P.A. Wisdom Boatswain mate 2nd class H.M. Miller Ord. seaman, Left on flood tide for outlying districts on Wood river 40 miles away will be busy all night and all day tomorrow on relief cases

Dr E.W. Scott Dental Surgeon - 7:45 Ships Surgeon Dr Johnson, accompanied by Dr H.D. Hubbard USN Dr. V.T. McGillicuddy public Health Service Dr E.W. Scott Dental Surgeon Captain E. Coffin, E.S. Chase Ph.mate 1st class P.A. Wisdom Boatswain mate 2nd class H.M. Miller Ord. seaman, Left on flood tide for outlying districts on Wood river 40 miles away will be busy all night and all day tomorrow on relief cases

Dr. V.T. McGillicuddy public Health Service - 7:45 Ships Surgeon Dr Johnson, accompanied by Dr H.D. Hubbard USN Dr. V.T. McGillicuddy public Health Service Dr E.W. Scott Dental Surgeon Captain E. Coffin, E.S. Chase Ph.mate 1st class P.A. Wisdom Boatswain mate 2nd class H.M. Miller Ord. seaman, Left on flood tide for outlying districts on Wood river 40 miles away will be busy all night and all day tomorrow on relief cases

Captain E. Coffin - 7:45 Ships Surgeon Dr Johnson, accompanied by Dr H.D. Hubbard USN Dr. V.T. McGillicuddy public Health Service Dr E.W. Scott Dental Surgeon Captain E. Coffin, E.S. Chase Ph.mate 1st class P.A. Wisdom Boatswain mate 2nd class H.M. Miller Ord. seaman, Left on flood tide for outlying districts on Wood river 40 miles away will be busy all night and all day tomorrow on relief cases

E.S. Chase Ph.mate 1st class - 7:45 Ships Surgeon Dr Johnson, accompanied by Dr H.D. Hubbard USN Dr. V.T. McGillicuddy public Health Service Dr E.W. Scott Dental Surgeon Captain E. Coffin, E.S. Chase Ph.mate 1st class P.A. Wisdom Boatswain mate 2nd class H.M. Miller Ord. seaman, Left on flood tide for outlying districts on Wood river 40 miles away will be busy all night and all day tomorrow on relief cases

P.A. Wisdom Boatswain mate 2nd class - 7:45 Ships Surgeon Dr Johnson, accompanied by Dr H.D. Hubbard USN Dr. V.T. McGillicuddy public Health Service Dr E.W. Scott Dental Surgeon Captain E. Coffin, E.S. Chase Ph.mate 1st class P.A. Wisdom Boatswain mate 2nd class H.M. Miller Ord. seaman, Left on flood tide for outlying districts on Wood river 40 miles away will be busy all night and all day tomorrow on relief cases

H.M. Miller Ord. seaman - 7:45 Ships Surgeon Dr Johnson, accompanied by Dr H.D. Hubbard USN Dr. V.T. McGillicuddy public Health Service Dr E.W. Scott Dental Surgeon Captain E. Coffin, E.S. Chase Ph.mate 1st class P.A. Wisdom Boatswain mate 2nd class H.M. Miller Ord. seaman, Left on flood tide for outlying districts on Wood river 40 miles away will be busy all night and all day tomorrow on relief cases


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dillingham alaska

Lat 13.4, Long 144.7


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26 June 1919

Mid to 9AM Light SW Air partly Cloudy Crew employed with painting ship W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

9AM to 4PM Moderate SW bereze, Overcast. rough Sea. Crew employed in paintint ship. 9:00 Recieved following radiogram from Christoffer, Bureau Fisheries. Washington office instructs me, request you intercept Victoria which vessel left Nome eight AM Monday, and procure four Funsten aboard that vessel and take them to Pribilofs when convenient. Signed Christoffer Bureau Fisheries. 9:10 Sent following radiogram to Christoffer Bureau of Fisheries Seattle Washington. "Unalga at Dillingham on receipt of your radio and Victoria through the pass to late to intercept her." Signed Dodge. 9:40 Received following radiogram from USS Vicksburg "Request information when you expect to leave Nushagak 13126" Signed Vicksburg. 9:52 Sent following radiogram to USS Vicksburg 13126 "Expect to leave for Unalaska 10AM Saturday 13226" Signed Dodge Omitted Quarters and drills on account of painting ship C.E. Anderson Lt

4PM to Mid Moderate SW breeze Overcast, rough Sea. Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp= 64°-65. 5:30 Ship's Surgeon, Doctor Hubbard USN Doctor McGillicuddy USPHS and detail from this vessel returned on board, haven given Medical aid and food supplies to the sick and destitute Natives, in all the Settlements on Wood river. the bones of Seven Natives were buried the dogs having eaten on the flesh, all dogs were shot 8:00 Sent following radiogram to USS Marblehead: Doctor French representative of the Bureau of Education at Dillingham has Seventy three orphan children to care for at his station, he is short of blankets and can not obtain any here. request twenty four blankets. doctor Hubbard joins me in requesting your authority, in the premises. I shall turn over remainder of food supplies to Doctor French. for use of orphans and destitute Natives 17426. Dodge 8:30 Received following radiogram from USS Marblehead. 17427. Issue of twenty four blankets authorized 20126 USS Marblehead. C.E. Anderson Lt

Doctor Hubbard USN - 5:30 Ship's Surgeon, Doctor Hubbard USN Doctor McGillicuddy USPHS and detail from this vessel returned on board, haven given Medical aid and food supplies to the sick and destitute Natives, in all the Settlements on Wood river

Doctor McGillicuddy USPHS - 5:30 Ship's Surgeon, Doctor Hubbard USN Doctor McGillicuddy USPHS and detail from this vessel returned on board, haven given Medical aid and food supplies to the sick and destitute Natives, in all the Settlements on Wood river

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26 June 1919

June 16th continued:

10:40PM Received following radiogram. "Steamer Victoria Sailed from Nome for Seattle June twenty third and has on board four employes Bureau of Fisheries period, Unalga Intercept Victoria take these employes on board and land them at Pribilof islands. Coast Guard Cutter Unalga USS Marblehead, Commandant 12th Naval district acknowledge 093826." Signed OP.Nav. Unalga at Dillingham 450 Miles from Unimak pass. On receipt of this Message, Victoria about 320 Miles, to Southward of pass, in the Pacific Ocean, and cannot be overtaken or intercepted by this vessel.


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dillingham alaska

Lat -1.3, Long 144.7


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27 June 1919

Mid to 9am. From Moderate SW breeze to light SW airs. Overcast Smooth Crew employed in painting. C.E. Anderson Lt

9:00am to 4:00pm Light South airs to breezes, overcast, drizzling Inspected magazine and powder sample temperatures 63-64 9:38 received the following radiogram "I have not been able to get steamer Victoria to answer call period Dutch Harbor think she is about 300 miles south of Unimak Pass Period apparentyl she did not stop at Bristol Bay Points period what do you think 13127 Marblehead." 10:05 sent following radiogram to USS Marblehead "Victoria reported to have left Nome eight AM June twenty third Does not came within 300 miles of Bristol Bay she should be 450 miles south of Unimak Pass now 10027 Dodge" Ships surgeon and medical officers employed during day affording medical relief to sick and destitute natives at Nushagak and Dillingham. Received from Nushagak one box to be delivered to the Alaska Commercial Company at Unalaska and two sacks of mail to be delivered to the Postmaster at Unalaska. Men employed during day painting about and below decks and variously. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

4:00pm to Mid:- Light SE airs to SW breezes, overcast drizzling. 6:40 ships Surgeon medical officer and relief party returned on board. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt


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28 June 1919


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28 June 1919


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dillingham alaska

Lat 57.55, Long -158.92


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28 June 1919

various courses out of nushagak river

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7

Mid to 9:00am:- Gentle to light SW breezes overcast, drizzling Morning duties performed. Prepared ship for sea Began holystoning spar deck G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

9am to Merid - Light SW breeze to South airs; overcast with drizzling rain. Scrubbing decks with sand and washing paint work Dr. H.D. Hubbard, USN, in charge of naval food supplies turned over remaining articles of food to Dr. French, representative of the Bureau of Education, to be distributed amongst destitute natives. 10:40 Dr. Carpenter, acting Public Health srugeon, and F.W. Miller, pharmacists mate 2nd class, returned on board from hospital at Dillingham, togheter with C. Kramer, ordinary seaman, influenza cases being under control and their services being no longer required. 10:40 Took aboard the following named destitute persons for transportation from Nushagak to Unalaska at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation: Mr. A. Kashaveroff, Ina Kashaveroff, 9 years old, George Hopen, 19 years old (crippled). 3 rattan fenders' lost overboard during stay at Dillingham, having worn out from ~ constant use. 11:10 up anchor and stood down the river, various courses and speeds. E.A. Coffin, Captain

Dr. H.D. Hubbard, USN - Dr. H.D. Hubbard, USN, in charge of naval food supplies turned over remaining articles of food to Dr. French, representative of the Bureau of Education, to be distributed amongst destitute natives

Dr. French, representative of the Bureau of Education - Dr. H.D. Hubbard, USN, in charge of naval food supplies turned over remaining articles of food to Dr. French, representative of the Bureau of Education, to be distributed amongst destitute natives

Dr. Carpenter, acting Public Health srugeon - 10:40 Dr. Carpenter, acting Public Health srugeon, and F.W. Miller, pharmacists mate 2nd class, returned on board from hospital at Dillingham, togheter with C. Kramer, ordinary seaman, influenza cases being under control and their services being no longer required

F.W. Miller, pharmacists mate 2nd class - 10:40 Dr. Carpenter, acting Public Health srugeon, and F.W. Miller, pharmacists mate 2nd class, returned on board from hospital at Dillingham, togheter with C. Kramer, ordinary seaman, influenza cases being under control and their services being no longer required

C. Kramer, ordinary seaman - 10:40 Dr. Carpenter, acting Public Health srugeon, and F.W. Miller, pharmacists mate 2nd class, returned on board from hospital at Dillingham, togheter with C. Kramer, ordinary seaman, influenza cases being under control and their services being no longer required

Mr. A. Kashaveroff - 10:40 Took aboard the following named destitute persons for transportation from Nushagak to Unalaska at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation: Mr. A. Kashaveroff, Ina Kashaveroff, 9 years old, George Hopen, 19 years old (crippled)

Ina Kashaveroff, 9 years old - 10:40 Took aboard the following named destitute persons for transportation from Nushagak to Unalaska at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation: Mr. A. Kashaveroff, Ina Kashaveroff, 9 years old, George Hopen, 19 years old (crippled)

George Hopen, 19 years old - 10:40 Took aboard the following named destitute persons for transportation from Nushagak to Unalaska at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation: Mr. A. Kashaveroff, Ina Kashaveroff, 9 years old, George Hopen, 19 years old (crippled)

Merid to 4PM Light SE breeze Overcast smooth sea At meridian sent following radiogram "USS Marblehead Noon off Ekuk Spit, Nushagak River, sailed from Dillingham at eleven AM. Coal one hundred and sixty five tons, drinking water three thousand gallons. One sick influenza. Dodge." Crew employed with cleaning paint work Standing various courses out of Nushagak River 2:30 Streamed Log (10.7) and Set course to SE per standard compass and so through out the watch Omitted quarters and drill account of necessary work W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4pm to 6pm - Light SE airs; overcast and gloomy. 4:30 (30.7) stood SSW3/4W per standard compass, and so to end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

6:00 to 8:00pm:- Light SE airs, overcast, smooth sea. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 64°-60° - tested flood cock Vessel on course SSW3/4W (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt


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June 28th Continued

8PM to Mid From calm to light variable airs, overcast, Smooth Sea On course SSW3/4W through out Watch Issued sixty night rations C.E. Anderson Lieut


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at sea bering sea

Lat 56.45, Long -162.00


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29 June 1919

Mid to 4AM Light South breeze Rain to Heavy fog On course SSW3/4W per standard compass through out the watch W.B. Huebner Lt jg

4am to 8am - Light to gentle South breeze; overcast with rain and fog. Performed morning routine duties. Vessel on course SSW3/4W per standard compass throughout watch. E.A. Coffin, Capt.

8:00am to Merid:- Gentle to light South breeze, overcast, drizzling, foggy, smooth sea. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 60°-64°. Vessel on course SSW3/4W (PSC) until noon when changed course to SSW7/8W (PSC) log (95.5) G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

Merid to 4PM Moderwate Southerly breeze, Overcast, Smooth Sea on course SSW7/8W (PSC) through out Watch C.E. Anderson Lt

4PM to 6PM Gentle SSW breeze to Moderate Overcast Chopping sea On course SSW7/8W per standard compass throughtout the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

6pm to 8pm - Moderwate SSW breeze; overcast and foggy. Vessel on course SSW7/8W per standard compass throughout the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00pm to Mid:- Moderate to gentle SSW breezes, overcast, foggy, misty, smooth sea. Issued 60 night rations. Vessel on course SSW7/8W (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.


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at sea bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.7


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30 June 1919

various courses into unalaska harbor

Lat 54.0, Long -166.7

Mid to 4am. Light SW breeze. foggy to overcast, Smooth Sea On course SSW7/8W (PSC) through out Watch C.E. Anderson Lt

4AM to 8AM Light SW breeze. Foggy. Smooth Sea Crew employed with morning routine Course SSW7/8W per standard untill 6:45 then changed course to SxW1/2W per standard Log (51.9) and so to the end of the watch W.B. Huebner Lt jg

8am to Merid - Calm; overcast and foggy to mostly cloudy. Deck force variously employed. 10:30 fog lifted, found vessel had overrun course, turned and stood NE3/4E (85.6) 10:45 (87.8) stood NExE1/4E and so to end of watch. Inspected magazine and powder sample temperatures 61° - 62° E.A. Coffin, Captain

Merid to 4pm - Calm; mostly cloudy to overcast. 1:00 Cape Cheerful abeam in log (7.5), and stood various courses into Unalaska Harbor. 1:50 requested permission from USS Marblehead, made fast to dock, to anchor; permission granted. 2:00 anchored in 10 fms water with 30 fms on port chain * 2:50 up anchor and at 3:10 made fast to dock. 3:15 Landed all mail for Unalaska. Landed destitute persons: Mrs. A. Kashaveroff, Ina Kashaveroff and George Hopen. 3:45 returned all remaining naval supplies in charge of Dr. Hubbard, USN, to the Marblehead. E.A. Coffin, Capt.

Ina Kashaveroff - Landed destitute persons: Mrs. A. Kashaveroff, Ina Kashaveroff and George Hopen

Mrs. A. Kashaveroff - Landed destitute persons: Mrs. A. Kashaveroff, Ina Kashaveroff and George Hopen

George Hopen - Landed destitute persons: Mrs. A. Kashaveroff, Ina Kashaveroff and George Hopen

4pm to Mid - Calm; overcast. E.A. Coffin, Capt.

*At 2:15 Commanding Officer called on senior officer present conferred with him regarding influenza epidemic and submitted report in duplicate of the operations of this vessel in the Nushagak region, from date of leaving Unalaska to date of leaving Nushagak on return.


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LOG BOOK – JULY 1st 1919 TO DECEMBER 31st 1919


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F. G. Dodge Senior Captain - San Anselmo, California

T. G. Lewton Captain of Eng - 16 Vernon Street, Oakland, Calif.

W. K. Thompson Captain - 1424 Harrison Ave., Oakland, Calif

E. A. Coffin Captain - 1224 East 52nd St., Chicago, Ill.

G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut. - c/o H. Miller, 1304 F St. NW, Wash., DC

C. E. Anderson Lieutenant - 810 Spruce St Seattle, Wash.

E. W. Scott Lieutenant - 907 Mac Street, San Francisco, Calif.

F. H. Johnson Lieutenant (jg) - Carrizozo, New Mexico.

W. B. Huebner Lieutenant (jg) - 1453 W 52nd Street, Los Angeles, Calif.

S. B. Johnsen Boatswain - 536 Montgomery St., Charleston, Wash.

F. C. C. Greene Gunner - 394 East Olive St., Seattle, Wash.

K. P. Floe Machinist - Vashon Island, Puget Sound, Wash.

N. Brunila Carpenter - Vashon Island, Puget Sound, Wash.


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LOGS FOR JULY 1919


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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1 July 1919

Mid to 9am - Calm; foggy. Performed morning duties. E.A. Coffin, Captain

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Calm to light NE airs, overcast foggy Inspected magazine and powder samples - temperatures 62-63 Omitted quarters and drills on account of preparing to coal ship 9:30 Commanding Officer USS "Marblehead" called on Commanding Officer Men employed preparing to coal ship and in cleaning fresh water tanks. 3:40 Medical Unit No. 2 consisting of Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN, Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss J. Locker, nurse, Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse, E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN; H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class; Medical Unit No. 4, consisting of Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss L. Wilbur, nurse, Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse, J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class; with all baggage and personal effects transferred to USS "Marblehead" Discontinued issuing rations to the three pharmascist mates, wich had been continued while they were on board. Total number of rations expended for this purpose is 35x G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN - 3:40 Medical Unit No. 2 consisting of Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN, Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss J. Locker, nurse, Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse, E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN; H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class; Medical Unit No. 4, consisting of Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss L. Wilbur, nurse, Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse, J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class; with all baggage and personal effects transferred to USS "Marblehead"

Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service - 3:40 Medical Unit No. 2 consisting of Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN, Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss J. Locker, nurse, Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse, E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN; H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class; Medical Unit No. 4, consisting of Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss L. Wilbur, nurse, Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse, J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class; with all baggage and personal effects transferred to USS "Marblehead"

Miss J. Locker, nurse - 3:40 Medical Unit No. 2 consisting of Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN, Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss J. Locker, nurse, Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse, E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN; H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class; Medical Unit No. 4, consisting of Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss L. Wilbur, nurse, Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse, J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class; with all baggage and personal effects transferred to USS "Marblehead"

Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse - 3:40 Medical Unit No. 2 consisting of Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN, Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss J. Locker, nurse, Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse, E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN; H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class; Medical Unit No. 4, consisting of Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss L. Wilbur, nurse, Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse, J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class; with all baggage and personal effects transferred to USS "Marblehead"

E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN - 3:40 Medical Unit No. 2 consisting of Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN, Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss J. Locker, nurse, Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse, E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN; H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class; Medical Unit No. 4, consisting of Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss L. Wilbur, nurse, Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse, J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class; with all baggage and personal effects transferred to USS "Marblehead"

H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class - 3:40 Medical Unit No. 2 consisting of Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN, Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss J. Locker, nurse, Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse, E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN; H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class; Medical Unit No. 4, consisting of Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss L. Wilbur, nurse, Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse, J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class; with all baggage and personal effects transferred to USS "Marblehead"

Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service - 3:40 Medical Unit No. 2 consisting of Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN, Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss J. Locker, nurse, Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse, E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN; H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class; Medical Unit No. 4, consisting of Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss L. Wilbur, nurse, Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse, J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class; with all baggage and personal effects transferred to USS "Marblehead"

Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse - 3:40 Medical Unit No. 2 consisting of Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN, Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss J. Locker, nurse, Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse, E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN; H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class; Medical Unit No. 4, consisting of Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss L. Wilbur, nurse, Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse, J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class; with all baggage and personal effects transferred to USS "Marblehead"

Miss L. Wilbur, nurse - 3:40 Medical Unit No. 2 consisting of Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN, Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss J. Locker, nurse, Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse, E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN; H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class; Medical Unit No. 4, consisting of Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss L. Wilbur, nurse, Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse, J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class; with all baggage and personal effects transferred to USS "Marblehead"

J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class - 3:40 Medical Unit No. 2 consisting of Lieut. H.D. Hubbard (MC) USN, Doctor McGillicuddy, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss J. Locker, nurse, Mrs. C.B. Warden, nurse, E.D. Moehl, ph.m. 2nd class, USN; H.W. Finchley, ph.m. 1st class; Medical Unit No. 4, consisting of Dr. F.W. Carpenter, acting surgeon US Public Health Service, Miss L. Wilbur, nurse, Miss E.M. McKinnon, nurse, J.W. Miller, ph.m. 2nd class; with all baggage and personal effects transferred to USS "Marblehead"

4:00pm to Mid:- Light NE airs, overcast, foggy. 4:20 USS "Marblehead" unmoored and left port. 5:00 sent following signal to USS Marblehead. "TDL" [I wish you a pleasant voyage.] USS Marblehead answered "XOR" [Thank you] G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

USS "Marblehead" - 4:20 USS "Marblehead" unmoored and left port


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 97 tons 1351 lbs - Fuel Received 97 tons 1351 lbs Expended 3 tons 580 lbs Remaining 214 tons 530 lbs


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2 July 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Light SW airs to calm, overcast, foggy. Morning duties performed. Draft before coaling 11'-7" forward 14'-7" aft. 8:00 began coaling. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

9AM to 4PM. Light Variable airs, overcast, Smooth Sea. crew employed in coaling Ship. So omitted quarters and drills. Recieved from "Alaska Commercial Company, 97 1/2 tons of coal. Engineer force cleaning in fire and engine rooms. C.E. Anderson Lieut.

coal: 97 1/2 tons - Recieved from "Alaska Commercial Company, 97 1/2 tons of coal

4PM to Mid. Light Variable airs, overcast to cloudy. Smooth Sea. Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp 61°-63 C.E. Anderson Lt


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 45 tons 962 lbs - Fuel Received 45 tons 962 lbs Expended 3 tons 580 lbs Remaining 256 tons 912 lbs


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3 July 1919

Mid to 9AM. Light Variable airs, cloudy; Smooth Sea; crew employed in coaling ship. C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to 4PM Light South air to Light NE air partly cloudy 11:15 Crew finished coaling ship. Taking on board 46 tons this day Total taken on board 143 tons 73 pounds. Draft of ship after coaling forward 15'2" Aft 14'2" Omitted quarters and drill account of cleaning ship W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

coal: 46 tons - Crew finished coaling ship. Taking on board 46 tons this day

4PM to Mid Light NE airs to Light South air Foggy Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 63°-65° W.B. Huebner, Lt jg


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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4 July 1919

Mid to 9am - Light South air partly cloudy Crew employed with morning routine 8:00 Full dressed ship W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

9am to 4pm - Light SE breeze; mostly cloudy and overcast with rain. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 65° and 64°. Observed day as a holiday with appropriate sports and pastimes. E.A. Coffin, Captain

4pm to Mid - Light SE breeze to airs; overcast to mostly cloudy with rain first part. E.A. Coffin, Captain


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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5 July 1919

wislow island bearing ese34e psc distant 32 miles

Lat 53.7, Long -167.0

Mid to 9am - Light SE airs to calm; mostly cloudy - foggy last part. Performed morning routine duties and made preparations for getting underway. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

9:00am to Merid:- Calm to light North breeze, overcast and foggy. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperature 64-63 tested flood cock. 9:30 underway, going to Westward to examine village on West side of Unalaska Island to ascertain whether they have influenza as no reports have come from these three villages. Stood various courses out of Illiuliuk Bay and around Cape Cheerful. 10:00 (74.9) over log 10:40 (79.8) in log. 10:40 (7.6) over log. 12:00 (19.0) Wislow Island bearing ESE3/4E (psc) distant 3.2 miles, course SWxW3/4W (psc) Holystoned spar deck and carried on regular satuday cleaning G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

Merid to 4PM Light Northerly breeze, cloudy, with passing fog banks. Smooth Sea. On course SWxW3/4W (psc) 1:30 Log reading 40. changed course to SxW3/4W (psc) 2:30 Cape Kovrizhka abeam dist 2 Miles log 37.3 changed course and stood various courses in to anchorage 3:15 log in 46.2 3:35 came to anchor in Makushin bay, 18 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of port chain 3:40 Commanding Officer accompanied by Ship's Surgeon left Vessel to inspect Village of Makushin. C.E. Anderson Lieut.

4PM to 6PM Light West breeze to Light NW breeze partly cloudy to Foggy Smooth Sea 4:10 Commanding Officer and ships Surgeon returned on board having inspected Makushin village and found village deserted and no evidence of people having been there for several weeks. 4:20 Up anchor and Under way standing Various courses out of Makushin Bay. Streamed Log (46.2). 4:41 Set course SW3/4S per standard 5:38 Spray cap abeam Log (55.1) 5:58 changed course to SE per standard Log 58:1 and so through out the watch W.B. Huebner


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various courses in for kashega harbor unalaska island

Lat 53.7, Long -166.7

(continued)

6pm to 8pm - Light to gentle NW breeze; foggy. 6:29 (62.3) Stood various courses in for Kashega Harbor, Unalaska Island. 6:50 in log (64.6) and at 7:00 anchored in 10 fms water with 60 fms on port chain in Kashega Harbor. E.A. Coffin Captain.

8:00pm to Mid:- Gentle to moderate North breezes, overcast foggy. Weather too inclement to visit the village, waited for better weather on the sixth. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt


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kashega alaska

Lat 53.5, Long -167.2


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6 July 1919

various courses out kashega bay

Lat 53.4, Long -167.6

Mid to 9:00am:- Moderate WNW to NW breezes, overcast foggy. Morning duties performed 8:40 Ships surgeon left vessel to inspect village of Kashega. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

9am to Merid Moderwate WNW breeze overcast and foggy. Moderate Sea. 10:00 Ship's Surgeon returned after inspecting village and found all Natives Well, in good health, and Well provide for. there had been no Sickness there during the Winter 10:10 Up anchor and stood various courses out Kashega bay 11:00 Log reading 69. changed course to SW1/4W (psc) and so to end of watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

Merid to 4pm Moderate Northerly breeze Overcast Smooth Sea On course SW1/4W (psc) 12:11 Log reading 79.0 changed course and stood various courses in to anchorage in Chernofski harbor. 12:45 Log in 84.3 2:00 came to anchor, Chernofski harbor, fifteen fathoms of water to forty five fathoms of port chain. 2:10 Commanding Officer accompanied by Ship's Surgeon left vessel to inspect the village 2:50 Commanding Officer returned to vessel. after inspecting village, and found all Natives Well in good health. there had been no Sickness during the winter C.E. Anderson, Lieut

4pm to Mid Light NW airs, overcast and foggy. Smooth Sea Inspected magazine and powder samples temp 60°-61° C.E. Anderson Lieut


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chernofski harbor alaska

Lat 53.4, Long -167.6


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7 July 1919

various courses out chernofski harbor

Lat 53.4, Long -167.6

Mid to 9am. Light Northerly airs to calm, foggy, Smooth Sea. crew employed with morning routine 6:30 Up anchor and stood various courses out Chernofski harbor 6:45 Turned around and came back to an anchorage on account of very heavy fog. 7:00 Came to anchor Chernofski harbor, 15 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of port chain. C.E. Anderson Lieut

9AM to 4PM. Light South breeze to Fresh SE breeze Heavy Fogg and rain Crew employed with cleaning paint work on main deck Omitted quarters and drill account of inclement weather W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

4PM to Mid Gentle SE breez to Light SE breeze Steady Rain. Dense fogg. Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 60°-61° 8:15 Veered to 45 fathoms port cable W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.05, Long -166.92


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8 July 1919

outer reef chernofski abeam 12 mile

Lat 53.4, Long -167.6

Mid to 8AM Light variable air Steady rain Smooth Sea Crew employed with morning routine 6:30 Up anchor and stood various courses out of Chernofski harbor 6:40 Streamed Log (85.0) 6:55 Set course NW5/8W per standard outer reef Chernofski abeam 1/2 mile Log (86.9) 7:15 Changed course to N5/8E per standard Log 89.9 and so through out watch W.B. Huebner Lt jg

8am to Merid - Gentle West to SW breezes; overcast with fog and rain. 11:02 (23.0) stood NE1/2E per standard compass. Crew variously employed under cover Omitted quarters and drills on account of inclement weather. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 60° - 62° Vessel on course NE1/2E per standard compass at end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

Merid to 4:00pm: Gentle to light SW breezes, overcast, foggy, smooth sea. 12:30 (35.8) course E3/8N (PSC) 1:30 (44.2) Wislow Island abeam, distant 2.9. miles. Stood various courses around Cape Cheerful and Ulakta Head and into dock at Unalaska. 2:25 (51.7) in log. 3:15 moored to North face of wharf, Unalaska, banked fires. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut.

4pm to Mid - Light SW to NE breezes; overcast with fog to mostly cloudy. Boarded vessels in the harbor. E.A. Coffin, Captain

Vessels boarded at Unalaska: Am. gasoline schooner "Progress", Anacortes, J. Martin, Bering Sea to Pirate Cove, cod fish. Am. steamer "Bergen", Seattle, C. Kapatz, Seattle-Nushagak, freight and mail. E.A. Coffin, Capt

Am. gasoline schooner "Progress" - Vessels boarded at Unalaska: Am. gasoline schooner "Progress", Anacortes, J. Martin, Bering Sea to Pirate Cove, cod fish. Am. steamer "Bergen", Seattle, C. Kapatz, Seattle-Nushagak, freight and mail. E.A. Coffin, Capt

Am. steamer "Bergen" - Vessels boarded at Unalaska: Am. gasoline schooner "Progress", Anacortes, J. Martin, Bering Sea to Pirate Cove, cod fish. Am. steamer "Bergen", Seattle, C. Kapatz, Seattle-Nushagak, freight and mail. E.A. Coffin, Capt


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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9 July 1919

Mid to 9am - Light NE breeze to calm, mostly cloudy. Performed morning routine duties. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light SW to NE airs, partly cloudy. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 60°-62°. Omitted quarters on account of necessary work. Received from Postmaster, Unalaska, eight (8) sacks of mail for St. Paul Island and five (5) sacks of mail for St. George Island. Took on board for St. George Island, 400 sacks containing 20 tons of salt. Took on board for St. Paul Island 20 tons of coal in 267 sacks. Men employed throughout day in handling freight. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

4:00pm to Mid:- Light NE airs, partly cloudy to overcast Received from Alaska Commercial Company, Unalaska, about three tons of general merchandise, with duplicate itemized bills of lading, for Pribilof Islands. Finished receiving freight for St Paul and St George Islands. Draft forward 13'-7" - aft 15'-7" G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.27, Long -166.85


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10 July 1919

cape cheerful abeam 2 14 mile dist

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Mid to 9:00am:- Light South airs to breezes, overcast to partly cloudy. Morning duties performed. Prepared to get underway. Received registered mail for Pribilof Islands. The following natives came on board for transportation to St. Paul Island, at the request of the agent, Mr. Proctor, to work on the island. This transportation at no expense to government: Sergie Shaishmikof Innokenti Shaposnikof, Artieme Sapetin, Jack Tutikoff and wife Irena Tutikoff. 8:50 underway and stood out Illiuliuk Bay. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

Sergie Shaishmikof - The following natives came on board for transportation to St. Paul Island, at the request of the agent, Mr. Proctor, to work on the island. This transportation at no expense to government: Sergie Shaishmikof Innokenti Shaposnikof, Artieme Sapetin, Jack Tutikoff and wife Irena Tutikoff

Artieme Sapetin - The following natives came on board for transportation to St. Paul Island, at the request of the agent, Mr. Proctor, to work on the island. This transportation at no expense to government: Sergie Shaishmikof Innokenti Shaposnikof, Artieme Sapetin, Jack Tutikoff and wife Irena Tutikoff

Innokenti Shaposnikof - The following natives came on board for transportation to St. Paul Island, at the request of the agent, Mr. Proctor, to work on the island. This transportation at no expense to government: Sergie Shaishmikof Innokenti Shaposnikof, Artieme Sapetin, Jack Tutikoff and wife Irena Tutikoff

Jack Tutikoff - The following natives came on board for transportation to St. Paul Island, at the request of the agent, Mr. Proctor, to work on the island. This transportation at no expense to government: Sergie Shaishmikof Innokenti Shaposnikof, Artieme Sapetin, Jack Tutikoff and wife Irena Tutikoff

Irena Tutikoff - The following natives came on board for transportation to St. Paul Island, at the request of the agent, Mr. Proctor, to work on the island. This transportation at no expense to government: Sergie Shaishmikof Innokenti Shaposnikof, Artieme Sapetin, Jack Tutikoff and wife Irena Tutikoff

9AM to Merid From light Southerly airs to Moderate Westerly breeze partly cloudy to overcast, Smooth Sea. crew employed Securing for Sea 9:25 Ulakta head abeam 3/4 Mile dist log 53.3 changed course to NW1/4N (PSC) 10:16 Cape Cheerful abeam 2 1/4 Mile dist log 60.8 10:30 Clock retarded 21 min to Mean time 165th Meridian Watch ends on course NW1/4N (PSC) C.E. Anderson Lieut

Merid. to 4PM Moderate West breeze Foggy weather Moderate Sea Crew employed with odd jobs Held quarters followed by signal drill On course NW1/4N per standard compass through out the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4pm to 6pm - Moderate West breeze; overcast; moderate sea. Vessel on course NW1/4N throughout the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

6:00 to 8:00pm: Moderate West breezes, overcast moderate sea. Vessel on course NW1/4N (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

8PM to Mid Gentle Westerly breeze overcast and misty Moderate Sea 8:00 to 11:00 Gray T.C. Ordinary Seaman Serving three hours duty on deck for inattention to duties Inspected Magazine and Powder Samples temp 60°-63° On course NW1/4N (PSC) through out watch, Issued 60 Night rations C.E. Anderson, Lieut

Gray T.C. Ordinary Seaman - Serving three hours duty on deck for inattention to duties


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north anchorage st george island

Lat 56.6, Long -169.6


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11 July 1919

picked up st george island ahead

Lat 56.6, Long -169.6

Mid to 4AM Gentle West breeze Misty and drizzling Vessel on course NW1/4W per standard compass through out the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4am to 8am - Gentle West breeze to calm; overcast and foggy with drizzling rain. 6:40 picked up St. George Island ahead. 6:55 (27.8) stood NxW per standard compass. 7:37 (32.8) stood N1/4E per standard compass and so to end of watch. Performed morning duties. E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00am to 4:00pm:- Calm to light NE airs, overcast, drizzling very dense fog, smooth sea. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 60°-64° 8:05 (37.0) course NWxW3/4W (PSC). 8:30 (40.0) course WSW1/2W (PSC). 8:45 (42.2) course SSE (PSC) in log 9:05 anchored in 13 fathoms water, 30 fathoms port chain on account of dense fog, with surf visible about 300 yards away, in order to wait for clearing weather to locate village. 9:25 fog lifting underway. 9:40 anchored in 13 1/4 fathoms water, 30 fathoms port chain, off village St George Island. Delivered to agent, St. George Island, five sacks of mail and registered mail, for that Island. Delivered to agent, St. George Island, freight for that island, with duplicate invoices. Received one sack mail for St Paul Island and one sack mail for Unalaska. Received freight for delivery to Mr Proctor, agent, St Paul Island. Omitted quarters and drills on account of crew handling freight. Men employed in handling freight. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

4:00pm to Mid:- Light North to NW airs, overcast, misty. Finished sending ashore 400 sacks containing 20 tons of salt. Received on board from St. George Island, at the request of Mr Proctor, agent St. Paul Island, 60 empty gasoline drums for use in connection with by products. Mr. H.D. Allen, storkeeper, US Bureau of Fisheries came on board for transportation to St Paul Island. 8:00 veered to 45 fathoms port chain. 8:00 to 10:00, T.C. Grey, Ordinary seaman, serving two hours punishment for inattention to duty. Watch on duty G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

Mr. H.D. Allen, storkeeper, US Bureau of Fisheries - came on board for transportation to St Paul Island

T.C. Grey, Ordinary seaman - serving two hours punishment for inattention to duty


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village cove st paul island

Lat 56.67, Long -169.63


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12 July 1919

came to anchor village cove st paul island

Lat 57.0, Long -170.4

Mid to 8:00am:- Light West airs, overcast, foggy misty, smooth sea. Prepared to get underway. morning duties performed. Began holystoning spar deck. At 7:30 fire lift~ got (42.2) underway, over log, course NW1/4W (PSC) G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

From 8:00am to Merid Light Westerly breeze overcast, and misty Smooth Sea. crew employed on Saturday cleaning On course NW1/4W (PSC) Commanding Officer inspected vessel 11:34 Otter island abeam 2 miles dist, log in (76.3) changed course and stood various courses for anchorage in Village Cove Saint Paul Island C.E. Anderson Lt

Merid to 4PM Moderate Westerly breeze. Overcast and Misty Smooth Sea Crew employed in discharging Coal and Salt from Unalaska and empty drums from Saint George Island 12:05 Came to anchor Village Cove St Paul Island in 7 1/2 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of port chain 12:00 All the Native passenger from Unalaska and Mr H.D. Allen Store keeper at St George island left vessel. Also Delevered to agent at St Paul island registered and eight Sacks of Mail from Unalaska and one Sack of Mail from Saint George Island Also deleverd all freight to agent of the island in duplicate invoice C.E. Anderson Lieut

Mr H.D. Allen - 12:00 All the Native passenger from Unalaska and Mr H.D. Allen Store keeper at St George island left vessel

4PM to Mid From Moderate Westerly breeze to Moderate NW breeze. Overcast Smooth Sea. crew employed untill 7PM in discharging and loading freight. inspected magazine and powder samples. temp 60°-62° tested flood cock. C.E. Anderson Lieut


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village cove st paul island

Lat 57.1, Long -170.3


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13 July 1919

various courses from northeast point for village cove

Lat 57.1, Long -170.3

Mid to 9am Moderate NW breeze overcast, Smooth Sea. 6:00 Started to load Salt. 7:30 At the request of Mr Proctor Agent Saint Paul island, and in accordance with orders from headquarters received aboard thirty tons of Salt, for transportation to Northeast Point - Saint Paul island. also recieved on board Mr W.C. Allis and twenty five Natives for transportation to Northeast Point, at no expense to the Government, for purpose of hawling Salt and killing Seals. 8:20 up anchor and stood various courses out Village Cove. one native "Bidara" in tow. C.E. Anderson Lt

Mr W.C. Allis - recieved on board Mr W.C. Allis and twenty five Natives for transportation to Northeast Point, at no expense to the Government, for purpose of hawling Salt and killing Seals

9AM to 4PM Gentle NW breeze partly cloudy to overcast Crew employed with onloading salt and taking on seal skins 9:54 Standing various courses to Northeast point Half way point abeam 10:35 Came to anchor in 4 1/2 fathoms of water with 15 fathoms of port chain 10:40 Mr W.C. Allis and twenty five natives left this vessel at Northeast point Omitted quarters and drill account of landing salt and taking on board skins for transportation to Village Cove W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

Mr W.C. Allis - 10:40 Mr W.C. Allis and twenty five natives left this vessel at Northeast point

4PM to Mid Gentle WNW breeze to Light west air overcast to Foggy 5:30 Finished taking on board seal skins 1239 also last boat load of salt having gone ashore 5:40 Up anchor and under way standing various courses from Northeast point for Village Cove 7:30 Came to anchor of Village Cove 8 1/2 fathoms of water 45 fathoms port chain. Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 58°-60° W.B. Huebner, Lt jg


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village cove st paul island

Lat 57.1, Long -170.3


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14 July 1919

Mid to 9AM Light SSW Air to Light breeze Heavy fog. Crew employed with unloading seal skins no of skins unloaded 1239 W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

9am to 4pm - Light SSW to fresh SE breezes; overcast with rain and fog. H. Miller, ordinary seaman, and R. Grant, boatswain mate 2nd class, quarantined three weeks for using profane language on the quarter deck. Perry Hall Pratt, quartermaster 2nd class, USNRF, who was left at the hospital at Ketchikan on May 6, 1919, transferred this date to the Receiving Ship, Puget Sound, in accordance with radiogram (16010) from Commandant Thirteenth Naval District. 9:30 held quarters followed by instruction in seamaship for the deck force. Vessel remained at anchor on account of dense fog and impending foul weather. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 56°-58° 11:10 Light-house tender "Cedar" anchored nearby.

R. Grant, boatswain mate 2nd class - H. Miller, ordinary seaman, and R. Grant, boatswain mate 2nd class, quarantined three weeks for using profane language on the quarter deck

H. Miller, ordinary seaman - H. Miller, ordinary seaman, and R. Grant, boatswain mate 2nd class, quarantined three weeks for using profane language on the quarter deck

Perry Hall Pratt, quartermaster 2nd class - Perry Hall Pratt, quartermaster 2nd class, USNRF, who was left at the hospital at Ketchikan on May 6, 1919, transferred this date to the Receiving Ship, Puget Sound, in accordance with radiogram (16010) from Commandant Thirteenth Naval District

Light-house tender "Cedar" - 11:10 Light-house tender "Cedar" anchored nearby

4pm to Mid - Fresh SE to South breezes; overcast with fog and rain 4:40 veered to 75 fathoms on the port chain. E.A. Coffin, Captain


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village cove st paul island

Lat 57.1, Long -170.3


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15 July 1919

Mid to 9am - Fresh to moderate South breeze; overcast with rain and fog. Performed morning duties. 8:00 hove in to 45 fathoms of port chain. E.A. Coffin, Captain

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moderate SW breezes, overcast, drizzling, dense fog, stormy weather. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperature 56°-58°. Quarters followed by seamanship instruction and signal drill. Men employed variously throughout day. As a punishment, the following men are to be called at 4:00am every day for one week, for repeated failure to turn out when called. J.W. McWaters, ordinary seaman, L.W. Campbell, fire 1st cl., S.O. Johnson, fireman 1st class, G. Hampton, fire 2nd cl. Remained in port on account of SW storm and very dense fog. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

L.W. Campbell, fire 1st cl. - As a punishment, the following men are to be called at 4:00am every day for one week, for repeated failure to turn out when called. J.W. McWaters, ordinary seaman, L.W. Campbell, fire 1st cl., S.O. Johnson, fireman 1st class, G. Hampton, fire 2nd cl

J.W. McWaters, ordinary seaman - As a punishment, the following men are to be called at 4:00am every day for one week, for repeated failure to turn out when called. J.W. McWaters, ordinary seaman, L.W. Campbell, fire 1st cl., S.O. Johnson, fireman 1st class, G. Hampton, fire 2nd cl

G. Hampton, fire 2nd cl. - As a punishment, the following men are to be called at 4:00am every day for one week, for repeated failure to turn out when called. J.W. McWaters, ordinary seaman, L.W. Campbell, fire 1st cl., S.O. Johnson, fireman 1st class, G. Hampton, fire 2nd cl.

S.O. Johnson, fireman 1st class - As a punishment, the following men are to be called at 4:00am every day for one week, for repeated failure to turn out when called. J.W. McWaters, ordinary seaman, L.W. Campbell, fire 1st cl., S.O. Johnson, fireman 1st class, G. Hampton, fire 2nd cl

4:00pm to Mid:- Moderate SW breezes, overcast, foggy, rainy and drizzling. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.


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village cove st paul island

Lat 57.1, Long -170.3


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16 July 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Moderwate to fresh SSW breezes, overcast, very dense fog, drizzling. Prepared to get under way - morning duties performed. Did not get underway on account of very dense fog G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

9am to 4PM Moderate Southerly breeze. Very dense fog. Moderate Sea 9:30 Held Quarters followed by instruction in Seamanship 2:00 Quarters followed by abandon ship drill. crew employed variously during day Remained to anchor on account of very dense fog and stormy weather. C.E. Anderson Lieut

4PM to Mid: Moderate Southerly breeze. Dense fog. Moderate Sea. Inspected Magazine and powder Samples. temp 56°-58° C.E. Anderson Lt


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village cove st paul island

Lat 57.1, Long -170.3


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17 July 1919

Mid to 9am. Moderate to light Southerly airs, Very dense fog Smooth Sea Crew employed with morning routine Did not get under way on account of fog being to thick that it is not possible to see a Ship's length C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to 4PM Light South air Dense Fog 9:30 Quarters followed by instruction in seamanship, compass and sail drill 3:00 Quarters followed by Gun drill Remained at anchor account of dense Fog Crew employed with cleaning paint work on main deck W.B. Huebner Lt. jg

4PM to Mid Light Souht air Dense Fog Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 56°-59° Recieved one bag of mail from St Paul Radio station to be delivered to Postmaster Unalaska Alaska W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)


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at anchor village cove st paul island

Lat 56.67, Long -168.20


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18 July 1919

various courses to an anchor off village st george island

Lat 56.6, Long -169.6

Mid to 9AM Moderate SSW to Gentle South breeze Heavy fog Moderate sea Crew employed with morning routine Following people came on board this vessel at St Paul Island for transportation to St George Island with out expense to the Government Mrs A. Kochergin and her son Gavriel Kochergin. Also Mr G.D. Hanna who is going to take a census of the seals at St George Island Received from St Paul Island 2 bags of mail one for St George Island and one for Postmaster, Unalaska, Alaska W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

Mr G.D. Hanna - Following people came on board this vessel at St Paul Island for transportation to St George Island with out expense to the Government Mrs A. Kochergin and her son Gavriel Kochergin. Also Mr G.D. Hanna who is going to take a census of the seals at St George Island

Mrs A. Kochergin - Following people came on board this vessel at St Paul Island for transportation to St George Island with out expense to the Government Mrs A. Kochergin and her son Gavriel Kochergin. Also Mr G.D. Hanna who is going to take a census of the seals at St George Island

Gavriel Kochergin - Following people came on board this vessel at St Paul Island for transportation to St George Island with out expense to the Government Mrs A. Kochergin and her son Gavriel Kochergin. Also Mr G.D. Hanna who is going to take a census of the seals at St George Island

9am to Merid - Moderate to fresh SSE breeze; overcast, hazy first part; moderate sea. 9:20 up anchor and stood out 9:28 over log (76.7) 9:42 (77.8) stood SExE1/2E per standard compass. 9:52 East end Otter Island abeam (79.5), stood 10:00 held quarters followed by seamanship instructions. Deck force variously employed. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

Merid to 4:00pm:- Fresh South gale to strong SSE breezes, overcast, threatening weather, moderate sea. 1:35 (8.3) in log. Stood various courses to an anchor off village, St George Island, at 2:10 in 7 1/2 fathoms water, 30 fathoms port chain. The following people left this vessel; Mrs. A. Kochergin and her son, Gavriel Kochergin, and Mr. G.D. Hanna. Delivered to agent, St. George Island, one sack mail received from Agent St. Paul Island. Received from agent, St George Island, one sack of mail for delivery to Postmaster, Unalaska. 2:40 Underway. 2:50 (8.3) over log. 2:55 (9.6) course ENE (PSC) 3:07 (10.9) Tolstoi Point abeam distant 1.5 miles. Men employed variously. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

Mrs. A. Kochergin - The following people left this vessel; Mrs. A. Kochergin and her son, Gavriel Kochergin, and Mr. G.D. Hanna

Mr. G.D. Hanna - The following people left this vessel; Mrs. A. Kochergin and her son, Gavriel Kochergin, and Mr. G.D. Hanna

Gavriel Kochergin - The following people left this vessel; Mrs. A. Kochergin and her son, Gavriel Kochergin, and Mr. G.D. Hanna

4pm to 6pm. Strong SSE breeze. Overcast, Moderate Sea. Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temps 54°-56 On course ENE (PSC) throughout watch 5:45 Set fore and main staysails C.E. Anderson Lt

6PM to 8PM Strong SSE breeze Misty with rain overcast Choppy Sea On course ENE per standard compass Staysails set throughout the watch Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 54°-56° W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

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8pm to Mid - Strong Southerly breeze; overcast with rain; moderate sea. Vessel on course ENE per standard compass with fore and main staysails set throughout the watch. Expended 60 night rations. E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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at sea bering sea

Lat 56.77, Long -163.62


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19 July 1919

Mid to 4:00am:- Strong to moderate South breezes, overcast, rainy to drizzling, moderate sea. 1:30 (100.0) course NExE7/8E (psc) and so to end of watch. Staysails set throughout watch. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut

4AM to 8AM. Moderate SW breeze, Overcast to cloudy, moderate Sea. crew employed with Saturdays cleaning. On course NExE7/8E through out watch. C.E. Anderson Lieut

8AM to Merid Light SW breeze partly cloudy Moderate sea Crew employed with Saturday cleaning ship. 9:30 Took in for and main staysails 10:25 Took in Starboard Log. (44.4). On course NExE7/8E per standard compass through out the watch W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

Merid to 4pm - Light SW breezes; mostly cloudy to overcast; moderate sea. 12:20 (93.5) changed course to NExE3/4E per standard compass. 12:30 sent following radiogram to George Albert, Port Heiden: "Expect arrive off Port Heiden eight am Sunday request you bring fourteen orphan childern off to the ship so I can transport them to Dillingham and deliver them to Dr. French". (sgd) Unalga. Honorably discharged George Cook, Machinist 1st cl. at expiration of full term of subsequent enlistment for clothing; credited with $60.00 War gratuity. Vessel on course NExE3/4E per standard compass, at end of watch. Commanding Officer inspected the vessel throughout. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

George Cook, Machinist 1st cl. - Honorably discharged George Cook, Machinist 1st cl. at expiration of full term of subsequent enlistment for clothing; credited with $60.00 War gratuity

4:00pm to 6:00pm:- Light SW airs, overcast, smooth sea. Vessel on course NExE3/4E (psc) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

6pm to 8pm. Light Westerly airs. Overcast. Smooth Sea. On course NExE3/4E (PSC) 7:00 Changed course to NE5/8E (psc) log 49.8 and so to end of watch. Inspected magazine and powder Samples. temp 56°-58° tested flood cock. C.E. Anderson Lt

8PM to Mid. Light West airs partly cloudy Smooth Sea On course NExE5/8E (PSC) throughout watch H.M. Miller O Seaman two hours extra duty for inattention to duty Issued 60 night rations W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

H.M. Miller O Seaman - two hours extra duty for inattention to duty


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strogonof pt se34e mag 35 miles

Lat 57.23, Long -158.58


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20 July 1919

outside of port heiden

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Mid to 4am - Light Westerly airs; overcast; smooth sea. Vessel on course NExE5/8E per standard compass throughout the watch. 3:10 sighted land on starboard bow, about 20 miles distant. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00am to 9:00am Calm to light West airs, overcast, smooth sea. 6:21 (35.2) in log. 6:38 course NE5/8E. 7:05 anchored in 9 fathoms water, 45 fathoms port chain outside of Port Heiden, very close to shoals and breaks, to wait for tender to bring off destitute orphan children. Uncharted reefs extending in all directions three miles off shore across entire entrance. Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

9am to 4pm. Light Northerly airs. partly cloudy Smooth Sea. Reenlisted George Cook as Machinist 1st class. 12:30 Gas boat North light came alongside 12:45 up anchor and stood various courses to anchorage closer to village. 1:20 came anchor in 10 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms port chain. 1:30 Commanding Officer left vessel for Port Heiden to confer with Mr George Alberts as to transportation to Nushagak of destitute native orphan children C.E. Anderson Lt

George Cook - Reenlisted George Cook as Machinist 1st class

Gas boat North light - 12:30 Gas boat North light came alongside

4pm to 6pm - Light North breeze; mostly cloudy; smooth sea with ground swell. 5:10 Commanding officer returned aboard; received on board for transportation to Nushagak River, there to be placed in charge of Doctor French, representative of Bureau of Education, the following destitute orphan native children from Port Heiden: boys, C. Kisiminy, age 5 years; C. Thomanti, age 16 years: D. Earcti, age 8 years; E. Trankis, age 4 years; D. Duanche, age 10 years; girls, B. Kisiminy, age 6 years; P. Punche, age 3 years and A. Stephanof, age 4 years. 5:25 underway and stood out course NWxW per standard compass. 5:27 over log (36.2). Inspected magazine and powder samples; temperatures 58° and 60°. Vessel on course NWxW per standard compass at end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

C. Kisiminy - received on board for transportation to Nushagak River, there to be placed in charge of Doctor French, representative of Bureau of Education, the following destitute orphan native children from Port Heiden: boys, C. Kisiminy, age 5 years; C. Thomanti, age 16 years: D. Earcti, age 8 years; E. Trankis, age 4 years; D. Duanche, age 10 years; girls, B. Kisiminy, age 6 years; P. Punche, age 3 years and A. Stephanof, age 4 years

C. Thomanti - received on board for transportation to Nushagak River, there to be placed in charge of Doctor French, representative of Bureau of Education, the following destitute orphan native children from Port Heiden: boys, C. Kisiminy, age 5 years; C. Thomanti, age 16 years: D. Earcti, age 8 years; E. Trankis, age 4 years; D. Duanche, age 10 years; girls, B. Kisiminy, age 6 years; P. Punche, age 3 years and A. Stephanof, age 4 years

D. Duanche - received on board for transportation to Nushagak River, there to be placed in charge of Doctor French, representative of Bureau of Education, the following destitute orphan native children from Port Heiden: boys, C. Kisiminy, age 5 years; C. Thomanti, age 16 years: D. Earcti, age 8 years; E. Trankis, age 4 years; D. Duanche, age 10 years; girls, B. Kisiminy, age 6 years; P. Punche, age 3 years and A. Stephanof, age 4 years

E. Trankis - received on board for transportation to Nushagak River, there to be placed in charge of Doctor French, representative of Bureau of Education, the following destitute orphan native children from Port Heiden: boys, C. Kisiminy, age 5 years; C. Thomanti, age 16 years: D. Earcti, age 8 years; E. Trankis, age 4 years; D. Duanche, age 10 years; girls, B. Kisiminy, age 6 years; P. Punche, age 3 years and A. Stephanof, age 4 years

D. Earcti - received on board for transportation to Nushagak River, there to be placed in charge of Doctor French, representative of Bureau of Education, the following destitute orphan native children from Port Heiden: boys, C. Kisiminy, age 5 years; C. Thomanti, age 16 years: D. Earcti, age 8 years; E. Trankis, age 4 years; D. Duanche, age 10 years; girls, B. Kisiminy, age 6 years; P. Punche, age 3 years and A. Stephanof, age 4 years

B. Kisiminy - received on board for transportation to Nushagak River, there to be placed in charge of Doctor French, representative of Bureau of Education, the following destitute orphan native children from Port Heiden: boys, C. Kisiminy, age 5 years; C. Thomanti, age 16 years: D. Earcti, age 8 years; E. Trankis, age 4 years; D. Duanche, age 10 years; girls, B. Kisiminy, age 6 years; P. Punche, age 3 years and A. Stephanof, age 4 years

P. Punche - received on board for transportation to Nushagak River, there to be placed in charge of Doctor French, representative of Bureau of Education, the following destitute orphan native children from Port Heiden: boys, C. Kisiminy, age 5 years; C. Thomanti, age 16 years: D. Earcti, age 8 years; E. Trankis, age 4 years; D. Duanche, age 10 years; girls, B. Kisiminy, age 6 years; P. Punche, age 3 years and A. Stephanof, age 4 years

A. Stephanof - received on board for transportation to Nushagak River, there to be placed in charge of Doctor French, representative of Bureau of Education, the following destitute orphan native children from Port Heiden: boys, C. Kisiminy, age 5 years; C. Thomanti, age 16 years: D. Earcti, age 8 years; E. Trankis, age 4 years; D. Duanche, age 10 years; girls, B. Kisiminy, age 6 years; P. Punche, age 3 years and A. Stephanof, age 4 years


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20 July 1919

6:00 to 8:00pm:- Light NE breezes, mostly cloudy, smooth sea. 6:03 (41.2) course NxE1/8E (PSC) and so to end of watch. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

8pm to Mid Light NE breeze. Mostly cloudy Smooth Sea. course NxE1/8E (psc) through out watch 8:00 to 10:00 H.M. Miller Ordinary Seaman two hours duty on deck for inattention to duty. 11:15 Log in (87.4) 11:30 Came to Anchor in 20 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of port chain. Issued 60 night rations C.E. Anderson Lt

H.M. Miller Ordinary Seaman - two hours duty on deck for inattention to duty


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protection pt nushagak bay wxs mag 110 miles

Lat 58.08, Long -158.13


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21 July 1919

various courses for anchorage at the mouth of nushagak bay

Lat 38.5, Long -28.6

Mid to 4AM Light NE airs partly cloudy Smooth sea At anchor Bering Sea of Cape Greig standing sea watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4am to 8am Light NE to NNE Airs; mostly cloudy; smooth sea. 5:30 underway, over log (87.4), course NxE1/8E per standard compsas. Performed morning routine duties. 7:20 (3.4) stood NNW1/8W per standard compass, and so to end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00am to Merid:- Light variable breezes, partly cloudy, smooth sea. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 60°-64°. Held quarters followed by seamanship instruction. Instructed quartermasters and boatswain's mates in handling sounding machine. 9:40 (25.0) course NxW1/8W (PSC) 10:40 (34.6) course NW5/8W (PSC). Stood various courses up into Nushagak Bay skirting shoal off Etolin Point. 11:50 (45.0) in log. Watch ends vessel standing up Nushagak Bay. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

Merid to 4pm. Light Westerly airs. partly cloud. Smooth Sea. Stood various courses for anchorage at the Mouth of Nushagak bay. 12:30 Came to anchor at Mouth of Nushagak bay, in 12 fathoms of water to 25 fathoms of port chain. 12:35 Gas boat Attu came alongside. Doctor French of the Bureau of Education came aboard, and following named destitude Native orphan children from Port Heiden were given to his charge. Boys. C. Kisiminy age 5 years. C. Thomanti age 16 years, D. Earcti age 8 years E. Trankis age 4 years D. Duanche age 10 years. Girls B. Kisiminy age 6 years P. Punche age 3 years A. Stephanof age 4 years. 1:35 Gas boat Attu left. Up anchor and underway. 1:40 On course SE (psc) log (45.1) 2:00 Held Quarters followed by battery and Signal drills. Inspected magazine and powder samples. 3:46 Log reading 63.1 changed course to SSW1/4W (psc) and so to end of watch C.E. Anderson Lt

Doctor French - Doctor French of the Bureau of Education came aboard, and following named destitude Native orphan children from Port Heiden were given to his charge. Boys. C. Kisiminy age 5 years. C. Thomanti age 16 years, D. Earcti age 8 years E. Trankis age 4 years D. Duanche age 10 years. Girls B. Kisiminy age 6 years P. Punche age 3 years A. Stephanof age 4 years

Gas boat Attu - 12:35 Gas boat Attu came alongside

C. Kisiminy - Doctor French of the Bureau of Education came aboard, and following named destitude Native orphan children from Port Heiden were given to his charge. Boys. C. Kisiminy age 5 years. C. Thomanti age 16 years, D. Earcti age 8 years E. Trankis age 4 years D. Duanche age 10 years. Girls B. Kisiminy age 6 years P. Punche age 3 years A. Stephanof age 4 years

D. Earcti - Doctor French of the Bureau of Education came aboard, and following named destitude Native orphan children from Port Heiden were given to his charge. Boys. C. Kisiminy age 5 years. C. Thomanti age 16 years, D. Earcti age 8 years E. Trankis age 4 years D. Duanche age 10 years. Girls B. Kisiminy age 6 years P. Punche age 3 years A. Stephanof age 4 years

E. Trankis - Doctor French of the Bureau of Education came aboard, and following named destitude Native orphan children from Port Heiden were given to his charge. Boys. C. Kisiminy age 5 years. C. Thomanti age 16 years, D. Earcti age 8 years E. Trankis age 4 years D. Duanche age 10 years. Girls B. Kisiminy age 6 years P. Punche age 3 years A. Stephanof age 4 years

C. Thomanti - Doctor French of the Bureau of Education came aboard, and following named destitude Native orphan children from Port Heiden were given to his charge. Boys. C. Kisiminy age 5 years. C. Thomanti age 16 years, D. Earcti age 8 years E. Trankis age 4 years D. Duanche age 10 years. Girls B. Kisiminy age 6 years P. Punche age 3 years A. Stephanof age 4 years

B. Kisiminy - Doctor French of the Bureau of Education came aboard, and following named destitude Native orphan children from Port Heiden were given to his charge. Boys. C. Kisiminy age 5 years. C. Thomanti age 16 years, D. Earcti age 8 years E. Trankis age 4 years D. Duanche age 10 years. Girls B. Kisiminy age 6 years P. Punche age 3 years A. Stephanof age 4 years

D. Duanche - Doctor French of the Bureau of Education came aboard, and following named destitude Native orphan children from Port Heiden were given to his charge. Boys. C. Kisiminy age 5 years. C. Thomanti age 16 years, D. Earcti age 8 years E. Trankis age 4 years D. Duanche age 10 years. Girls B. Kisiminy age 6 years P. Punche age 3 years A. Stephanof age 4 years

A. Stephanof - Doctor French of the Bureau of Education came aboard, and following named destitude Native orphan children from Port Heiden were given to his charge. Boys. C. Kisiminy age 5 years. C. Thomanti age 16 years, D. Earcti age 8 years E. Trankis age 4 years D. Duanche age 10 years. Girls B. Kisiminy age 6 years P. Punche age 3 years A. Stephanof age 4 years

P. Punche - Doctor French of the Bureau of Education came aboard, and following named destitude Native orphan children from Port Heiden were given to his charge. Boys. C. Kisiminy age 5 years. C. Thomanti age 16 years, D. Earcti age 8 years E. Trankis age 4 years D. Duanche age 10 years. Girls B. Kisiminy age 6 years P. Punche age 3 years A. Stephanof age 4 years

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21 July 1919

various courses up kvichak bay

Lat 29.5, Long 138.5

(continued)

6pm to 8pm - Light NNW to SE breezes; mostly cloudy; smooth sea. 7:27 (96.0) stood NxE1/2E per standard compass and so till end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00pm to Mid Light to fresh SE breezes, overcast to partly cloudy, smooth sea. 8:20 (4.5) in log. 8:00 to 10:00 H. Miller, ordinary seaman, given a two hour watch on deck for neglect of duty. Stood various courses up Kvichak Bay. 9:15 anchored off Naknek in 11 1/2 fathoms water, 75 fathoms port chain. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

H. Miller, ordinary seaman - given a two hour watch on deck for neglect of duty

4PM to 6PM Gentle WNW breeze partly cloudy Smooth sea At 4:40PM received following radio grams from US Deputy Marshal Casler at Naknek. "Captain Dodge USS Unalga. If possible come to Naknek first as have large bunch of prisoners here answer. Casler. Note: please answer quick." "Captain Dodge USS Unalga. Our department is in communication with your department now we have about twenty five prisoners for Valdez". At 4:55 Sent following reply "Casler Naknek. " Will arrive at Naknek tonight bring prisoners off in the morning, will have to leave them at Unalaska while I make trip to Westward. Captain Dodge" On course SSW1/4W per standard 4:45PM changed course to NNE1/4E per standard compass for Kvichak Bay Log (71.1) W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)


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naknek kvichak bay

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5

# At 8:20PM Sent following radiogram to Superintendant Alaska Packers Association at Naknek. "Can you transport the orphan children from Pilot Station Ugashik and Naknek to Nushagak and turn them over to Doctor H. French, Sometime before you leave Bristol bay it is desired to have all orphans turned over to Doctor French to be placed in the orphanage to be built near Dillingham. I dont like to delay now with the prisoners i have on board, please answer at once" Signed Dodge.


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22 July 1919

came to anchor at mouth of ugashik river

Lat 38.5, Long -28.6

Mid to 9:00am: Fresh to moderate SE breezes, overcast Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

9am to Merid Fresh SE breeze. overcast and rain. Moderate Sea. 9:30 Quarters followed by instructions in Seaman Ship 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice. 10:30 Up anchor and underway. 10:34 Log out. (4.5) Various courses. 11:20 log reading (10.8) changed course to S3/4W psc and so to end of watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

Tug boat Auk - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Mr G.W. Rutherford - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Mr. A. Moore - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Jock Green - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Henry Pfeiffer - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

William Martin - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Macedonia Flores - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Simion George - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Greenio Vargares - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Manuel Alvarez - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

William Brady - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

E. Vargas - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Rafael Garcia - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Sabas Dunstana - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Jesus Rodrigez - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Arture Benz - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

John Anderson - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Manuel Diaz - 10:00 Tug boat Auk came alongside and brought US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casley, Mr G.W. Rutherford, and Mr. A. Moore Guards. and the following named prisoners for transportation to Unalaska, there being no other means of transportation. Henry Pfeiffer, William Martin, Jock Green, Simion George, Greenio Vargares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, William Brady, John Anderson, Jesus Rodrigez, Arture Benz, Sabas Dunstana, Manuel Diaz. the four last named being insane; Subsistence of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Mid to 4PM Moderate SE gale Overcat and rain Moderate sea Crew employed in various work on main deck 12:40 Cape Chichagof abeam Log (22.0) 6.3 distance miles off. On course S3/4W (PSC) ontill 1:33 then changed course to SxW3/8W (PSC) Log (29.0) W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4pm to 6pm - Moderate SE gale; overcast with rain; moderate sea. 5:06 (56.9) stood East per standard compass and so to end of watch E.A. Coffin, Captain.

6:00pm to 8:00pm:- Fresh SE breezes, overcast, moderate to smooth sea, rain. 7:25 (75.5) course SSE1/2E (PSC) and so to end of watch. Vessel standing in for entrance to Ugashik Bay G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

8pm to Mid: Moderate SE gale, overcast and rain, moderate Sea. Stood various courses to anchorage at entrance of Ugashik river. # 8:40 Log in (85.7) 8:45 Came to anchor, at Mouth of Ugashik river, 14 fathoms of water to 75 fathoms port chain. to await informations from Cannery Superintendent, relative to transportation to Nushagak of 29 destituted Native orphan children reported to be at Ugashik. Inspected magazine and powder samples temp 64°-66°. Issued 60 night rations C.E. Anderson Lieut


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at anchor off ugashik bay

Lat 57.47, Long -158.38


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23 July 1919

at anchor off ugashik bay

Lat 56.0, Long 117.2

Mid to 4AM Moderate South gale Overcat and rain Moderate sea At anchor off Ugashik Bay standing sea watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4am to 8am - Moderate Southerly gale to strong SW breeze; overcast with rain first part. Performed morning routine duties. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00am to Merid:- Fresh SW breezes, mostly cloudy, moderate sea. At 9:00am received the following radiogram from Superintendent Alaska Packers Association at Naknek. "Will transport orphans from pilot station Ugashik and Naknek to Nushagak at first opportunity. Heinbockel" Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 64°-66°. Quarters followed by seamanship instruction. 9:30 up anchor and underway. 9:33 (85.7) oveer log, course SSW3/8W (PSC) and so to end of watch. Men employed variously. G.W. MacLane 1st Lieut.

Merid to 4PM. Moderate Westerly breeze. Dense fogg. Moderate Sea. 2:30 Quarters followed by instruction in Seamanship. Signal. and resuscitation drills On course SSW3/8W (PSC) through Watch C.E. Anderson Lt

4PM to 6PM Light West breeze Heavy fog Moderate sea Course SSW3/8W (PSC) through out the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

6pm to 8pm - Light West breeze; thick fog; heavy ground swell. Vessel on course SSW3/8W per standard compass throughout the watch. Sounding every half hour. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00pm to Mid:- Light West to SE airs, overcast, very dense fog smooth sea. 8:00 to 10:00 H. Miller, ordinary seaman, given a two hour watch on deck for neglect of duty. Vessel on course SSW3/8W (PSC) Issued 60 night rations. 11:05 (4.1) in log. 11:30 anchored in 24 fathoms water 75 fathoms port chain, off Port Moller, on account of very dense fog, to await clearing weather, in order to make Port Moller. Standing sea watches. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

H. Miller, ordinary seaman - given a two hour watch on deck for neglect of duty


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off port moller alaska

Lat 56.28, Long -160.58


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24 July 1919

anchored off port moller

Lat 56.0, Long -160.6

Mid to 4am Moderate NE breezes, dense fogg Moderate Sea Vessel at anchor on account of very dense fog Standing Sea Watches C.E. Anderson Lt

4AM to 8AM Light NE breeze Heavy fog Moderate sea Crew employed with morning routine 7:00 Underway course S3/8E (psc) Streamed Log 4.1 this course through out the watch W.B. Huebner.

8am to Merid - Light NE to fresh North breezes; dense fog to partly cloudy; moderate sea. 9:12 slow speed, sounding every fifteen minutes; standing in for entrance to Port Moller through dense fog, various courses and speeds. 10:18 in log (27.0) 10:45 weather clearing, anchored off Port Moller in 8 1/2 fms water with 45 fms on port chain to wait for cannery tender bringing prisoner aboard. 11:45 gasoline tug "Glamwood" came alongside and took US Deputy Marshal Casler and Master-at-Arms P. Bugaras ashore to secure prisoner. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 62° and 66°. Deck force washing paintwork and variously employed. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

gasoline tug "Glamwood" - 11:45 gasoline tug "Glamwood" came alongside and took US Deputy Marshal Casler and Master-at-Arms P. Bugaras ashore to secure prisoner

Master-at-Arms P. Bugaras - 11:45 gasoline tug "Glamwood" came alongside and took US Deputy Marshal Casler and Master-at-Arms P. Bugaras ashore to secure prisoner

US Deputy Marshal Casler - 11:45 gasoline tug "Glamwood" came alongside and took US Deputy Marshal Casler and Master-at-Arms P. Bugaras ashore to secure prisoner

Merid to 4pm - Fresh to light North breezes; partly to mostly cloudy; moderate to smooth sea. Crew aired bedding. 3:00 held quarters followed by signal drill. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4pm to Mid - Light SE airs; partly cloudy; smooth sea. 8:03 Tug boat "Bear" came alongside and US Deputy Marshal Casler and Master-at-Arms P. Bugaras returned on board with one prisoner, Frank Franzen, who had been arrested for violating the Conscription Act. 8:15 underway. 8:18 over log (27.0); course NWxW1/4W per standard compass. Issued 60 night rations 10:19 (42.5) stood SW3/8W per standard compass, and so to end of watch. H.M. Miller, ordinary seaman, stood a two hour watch on deck for neglect of duty. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

US Deputy Marshal Casler - 8:03 Tug boat "Bear" came alongside and US Deputy Marshal Casler and Master-at-Arms P. Bugaras returned on board with one prisoner, Frank Franzen, who had been arrested for violating the Conscription Act

Tug boat "Bear" - 8:03 Tug boat "Bear" came alongside and US Deputy Marshal Casler and Master-at-Arms P. Bugaras returned on board with one prisoner, Frank Franzen, who had been arrested for violating the Conscription Act

Master-at-Arms P. Bugaras - 8:03 Tug boat "Bear" came alongside and US Deputy Marshal Casler and Master-at-Arms P. Bugaras returned on board with one prisoner, Frank Franzen, who had been arrested for violating the Conscription Act

Frank Franzen - 8:03 Tug boat "Bear" came alongside and US Deputy Marshal Casler and Master-at-Arms P. Bugaras returned on board with one prisoner, Frank Franzen, who had been arrested for violating the Conscription Act

H.M. Miller, ordinary seaman - stood a two hour watch on deck for neglect of duty


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at sea bering sea

Lat 55.50, Long -163.88


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25 July 1919

anchored in urilia bay

Lat 22.6, Long 59.5

Mid to 4:00am:- Light SE airs to gentle breezes, partly cloudy, smooth sea, bright star light. Vessel on course SW3/8W (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

4am to 8am. From light SE airs to fresh SE breeze. partly cloudy. Moderate Sea. Crew employed with morning routine on SW3/8W (psc) through out Watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

8AM to Noon Fresh SE breeze partly cloudy moderate sea Crew employed with various odd jobs about deck 8:50 changed course to SW3/4S (PSC) Log (18.7) 12:00 changed course to S1/8W (PSC) Log (42.9) W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

Merid to 4pm - Fresh SE to strong SSE breezes; mostly cloudy; moderate to choppy sea. 1:54 (57.8) course S7/8E per standard compass. 3:40 (72.8) course SSE1/4E per standard compass, and so to end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00pm to 6:00pm:- Fresh SSE breezes, to fresh gale, partly cloudy, choppy sea, squally. Stood various courses into Urilia Bay, Unimak Island. 4:15 (77.4) in log. 5:05 anchored in Urilia Bay in 5 1/2 fathoms water, 45 fathoms port chain. anchored in Urilia Bay for a harbor on account of SE gale and threatening weather. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lieut.

6pm to 8pm. From fresh SE gale to whole SE gale, cloudy rough Sea. Inspected magazine and powder Samples temp 64°-66° 7:30 wind increasing to whole gale from SE with thick threatening weather and falling barometer, let go Starboard anchor, Vessel to 90 fathoms on port and 35 fathoms on Starboard chain C.E. Anderson Lt

8PM to Mid Whole SE gale partly cloudy Rough sea At anchor Urilia Bay weathering out gale standing sea watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.3, Long -165.6


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26 July 1919

priest rock abeam 57 miles distant

Lat 43.1, Long -167.0

Mid to 4am - Whole gale, SE, to strong SE breeze; partly cloudy. At anchor, Urilia Bay, standing sea watches. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00am to 8:00am:- Moderate to strong SE breezes, partly cloudy, smooth sea. Prepared to get underway. 6:00 picked up starboard anchor and hove in to 45 fathoms on port anchor. 6:20 up anchor and underway. stood various courses out of Urilia Bay and around Cape Mordvinof. 6:25 (77.4) over log. 7:13 (84.7) left tangent of Cape Mordvinof bearing ENE1/8E (psc) distant 3.7 miles, course SW7/8S (PSC), and so to end of watch. Began holystoning spar deck, and commenced routine Saturday cleaning. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

8am to Merid. From Fresh SE breeze to Moderate SE gale to Moderate SE breeze. cloudy to dense fog. Moderate Sea. crew employed with Saturdays cleaning. Commanding Officer inspected Vessel. 9:30 Cape Sarichef abeam (6.6) 9.5 mile dist On course SW7/8S (psc) through out watch. C.E. Anderson Lt

Merid to 4PM Strong SE breeze partly cloudy Moderate sea 12:50 Changed course to SSW5/8W PSC Log 37.1. 3:00 oclock Lava point abeam Log (53.8) distance off 5 miles changed course to SSW (PSC) this course through out the rest of the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4pm to 6pm - Strong SE breeze to moderate gale; partly cloudy; smooth sea. 5:12 Priest Rock abeam, 5.7 miles distant (69.4) stood SExS per standard compass, and so till end of watch E.A. Coffin, Captain

6pm to Mid From Strong SE gale to moderate SE breeze, cloudy. Moderate Sea. 6:00 Priest rock abeam 2nd time, 2 miles dist log 74. changed course and stood various courses in to wharf at Unalaska. 6:15 log in 75.6. 7:15 Made fast to wharf at Unalaska. 7:20 Mr S.C. Casler US Deputy Marshall, two guards, and all prisoners left vessel. 7:30 Delevered to postmaster at Unalaska 5 Sacks and one packet of Mail. Inspected magazine and powder Samples temp 60°-62. tested flood cock. C.E. Anderson Lt

Mr S.C. Casler US Deputy Marshall - 7:20 Mr S.C. Casler US Deputy Marshall, two guards, and all prisoners left vessel


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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27 July 1919

Mid to 9am Moderate SE breeze, overcast and rain. Smooth Sea crew employed in getting ready for coaling ship C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM 4PM Moderate SE breeze to Gentle SE breeze overcast and rain to partly cloudy Crew employed with rigging ship for coaling W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4PM to Mid Fresh SE breeze partly cloudy Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 60°-62° W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 117 tons 177 lbs - Fuel Received 117 tons 177 lbs Expended 31 tons 1160 lbs Remaining 170 tons 1277 lbs


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28 July 1919

Mid to 9AM Moderate SW breeze to Gentle SW breeze partly cloudy Crew employed with finishing rigging ship for coaling 7:00AM started coaling ship. Draft of ship forward 11 ft 8 inches Draft aft 14 ft 2 inches * W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

9am to 4pm - Gentle SW breeze to light North airs; partly cloudy; fine weather. Crew coaling ship; engineer force cleaning after boiler. 4:00 suspended coaling for the day having received 117 tons, 177 pounds of straming coal from the Alaska Commercial Company. Omitted quarters and drills on account of coaling ship. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 62° and 64°.

coal: 117 tons, 177 pounds - suspended coaling for the day having received 117 tons, 177 pounds of straming coal

4pm to Mid - Light North airs to SW breeze, partly cloudy. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

* 4:AM started fires under forward boiler 6:am Steam formed in forward boiler 7:20AM Cut in forward boiler, cut out after boiler, and let fires die out


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 69 tons 2063 lbs - Fuel Received 69 tons 2063 lbs Expended 3 tons 1730 lbs Remaining 236 tons 1610 lbs

coal: 69 tons 2003 lbs -


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29 July 1919

Mid to 9am - Light SW to SE breezes; partly cloudy to overcast. 7:30 resumed coaling. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moderate SE breezes, partly cloudy. Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 62°-64°. Omitted quarters and drills on account of coaling ship. 1:00 finished coaling ship having received from the Alaska Commercial Company 187 tons of steaming coal. Draft after coaling, forward 14'-7" aft 14'-3". Cleaned ship after coaling. Engineer force cleaning after boiler. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

coal: 187 tons - 1:00 finished coaling ship having received from the Alaska Commercial Company 187 tons of steaming coal

4:00pm to Mid:- Moderate to gentle SE breezes, mostly cloudy to overcast and drizzling. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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30 July 1919

Mid to nine am:- Moderate to gentle SE breezes, overcast, passing showers. Shifted hammocks and bags and began scrubbing them Morning duties performed. Scrubbed out fore peak fresh water tank. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

9am to 4pm. Moderate SE breeze, overcast and rain, Smooth Sea. Crew employed in Scrubbing bags and hammocks. also getting ready for Sea. Quarantined G.W. McWatters ordinary seaman 3 days for being in dirty clothes. Omitted Quarters and drills on account of inclement weather Inspected magazine and powder sample, temp= 61°-63° Engineer force cleaning after boiler. C.E. Anderson Lt

G.W. McWatters ordinary seaman - Quarantined G.W. McWatters ordinary seaman 3 days for being in dirty clothes

4pm to Mid: Moderate SE breeze, overcast and rain Smooth Sea C.E. Anderson Lt


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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31 July 1919

various courses for english bay

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Siftroff

Mid to 9am. Moderate SE breeze, overcast and rain. Smooth Sea Crew employed with morning routine. 8:30 Filled all fresh water tanks C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to Merid Moderate SE breeze Overcast and Rain Crew employed in getting ship ready for sea 10:00 Finished cleaning after boiler closed up and filled 9:00AM Mr J.C. Redpath came on board this vessel for transportation to Valdez Alaska at no expense to the Government there being no other means of transportation 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice Frank Franzen released prisoner came on board this vessel for transportation to Unga at no expense to the Government there being no other means of transportation. Recieved two sacks of mail and one package from postmaster Unalaska for postmaster Valdez 11:55 Cast off lines and under way standing various courses out of Unalaska harbor W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

Mr J.C. Redpath - came on board this vessel for transportation to Valdez Alaska at no expense to the Government there being no other means of transportation

A. Moore - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

G.W. Rutherford - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Simian George - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Jack Green - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Wm. Martin - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Henry Pfeiffer - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Rafael Garcia - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Manuel Alvarez - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Arcenio Vergares - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Macedonia Flores - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Jesus Redrigez - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

E. Vargas - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

John Anderson - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Wm Brady - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Arthur Siftof - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Peter Siftof - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Manuel Diaz - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Arturo Benz - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Sabas Dumtana - 11:50 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler, Guards: G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore and the following prisoners. Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm Brady, John Anderson. Those insane Jesus Redrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabas Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof Peter Siftof These prison on board for transportation to Valdez Alaska there being no other means of transportation, subsistance of the above named people being paid by Department of Justice

Frank Franzen - Frank Franzen released prisoner came on board this vessel for transportation to Unga at no expense to the Government there being no other means of transportation

Mid. to 4pm - Moderate SE to gentle NE breeze; overcast with rain & fog 12:30 Anchored in Dutch Harbor in 17 fms water with 60 fms starboard chain on account of dense fog shutting in, falling barometer and threatening SE weather. Standing sea watches. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00pm to 6:00pm:- Gentle to moderate NE breezes, overcast, rainy, thick threatening weather with falling barometer, smooth sea. 5:20 up anchor and underway, weather having cleared somewhat, as that it was possible to see one mile. 5:21 (75.6) over log. Stood various courses out of Dutch Harbor and Iliuliuk Bay. Watch ends Constantine Bay abeam. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

6PM to 8pm Moderate NE breeze overcast and rainy. thick threatening weather. 6:24 Priest rock abeam changed course and stood various courses for English bay. log 84.3. 7:15 log in (90.8) 7:40 came to anchor in English bay, for harbor. on account of heavy fog shutting in falling barometer and threatening weather. 21 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of starboard chain C.E. Anderson Lt

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8PM to Mid Gentle NW breeze, Dense fog and rain overcast Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 60°-62° At anchor account of dense fog W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)


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F. G. Dodge Senior Captain - San Anselmo, California

T. G. Lewton Capt. of Engrs - 16 Vernon Street, Oakland, Calif.

W. K. Thompson Captain - 1424 Harrison Ave., Oakland, Calif.

E. A. Coffin Captain - 1224 East 52nd St., Chicago, Ill.

G. W. MacLane 1st Lieut. - c/o J.H. Miller, 1304F St NW, Wash., DC

C. E. Anderson Lieutenant - 810 Spruce St., Seattle, Wash.

E. W. Scott Lieutenant - 907 Mac Street, San Francisco, Calif.

F. H. Johnson Lieut (jg) - Carrizozo, New Mexico

W. B. Huebner Lieut (jg) - 1453 West 52nd St., Los Angeles, Cal.

S. B. Johnsen Boatswain - 536 Montgomery St., Charleston, Wash.

F. C. C. Greene Gunner - 394 East Olive St., Seattle, Wash.

K. P. Floe Machinist - Vashon Island, Puget Sound, Wash.

N. Brunila Carpenter - Vashon Island, Puget Sound, Wash.


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LOGS FOR AUGUST 1919


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english bay alaska

Lat 12.3, Long -83.7


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1 August 1919

Mid to 9am Gentle NW breeze to Gentle West breeze dense fog and rain. Crew employed in morning routine. At anchor account of dense fog W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

9am to 4pm - Gentle to light westerly breeze; overcast with rain and dense fog. Vessel remained at anchor on account of dense fog, rain & falling barometer. Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c. 10:00 held quarters below decks, followed by seamanship instruction. Inspected magazine amd powder sample; temperatures 58° - 60° E.A. Coffin, Captain.

A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

C.D. Myers, SC2c - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

H. Seltzer, Com Stwd - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

W. Arkwright, SC2c - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

L.A. Ellingsen - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

M.P. Loftis - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

M.V. Wilson - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

M.M. Baugh - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

R.H. Boyd - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

C.L. Oates - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

S.Z. Vaughn - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

H.D. Peterson - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

R.J. Harrington - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

R. Holder - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

A.B. Martinez - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

A. Sundmacher - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

R.F. Barnard - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

J.B. Johnston - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

G.H. Hampton - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

J.B. Sowell - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

J. Figueroa - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

B. Elegino - Made the following changes in ratings this day: A.O. Johnson, Eng 2c, USNRF, to Eng. 1c; L.W. Campbell, Fire 1c, USNRF, to Eng. 2c; L.G. Goulden, Sea, USNRF, to Coxn; C.D. Myers, SC2c to SC1c; R.D. Dennis, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; H. Seltzer, Com Stwd to Ch Com Stwd; E.T. Jordan, Qm 3c, USN, to Qm 2c; W. Arkwright, SC2c to SC1c; C.M. McGinnis, Qm 3c, USNRF, to Qm 2c; G.R. Fullerton, El 2c (R) to El 1c (R); R.E. Robbins, Yeo 2c, USN, to Yeo 1c; R.H. Boyd, L.A. Ellingsen, M.P. Loftis, M.V. Wilson, M.M. Baugh, C.L. Oates, S.Z. Vaughn, all seamen 2c, USN, to seamen; R.J. Harrington, R. Holder, A.B. Martinez, H.D. Peterson, A. Sundmacher, all seamen 2c, USNRF, to seamen; J.B. Johnston, G.H. Hampton, R.F. Barnard & J.B. Sowell, all firemen 2c, USN, to fire. 1c; B. Elegino and J. Figueroa, M.Att.2c, USN, to M.Att.1c.

4pm to Mid - Light West breeze to NW airs; overcast with rain and fog to partly cloudy. E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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kaligagan island west mag 135 miles

Lat 12.3, Long -83.7


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2 August 1919

various courses into east anchor cove

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7

Mid to 8am - Light NW to SSW airs; overcast, misty first part; moderate ground swell. 4:55 underway, over log (90.8) and stood out through Unalga Pass, various courses; tide flooding strongly. 5:50 Egg Island SExE (magnetic), 5 miles distant; stood ENE per standard compass (98.5). Crew holystoning decks. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00am to Merid:- Light SE airs to breezes, overcast and foggy to mostly cloudy, moderate sea. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 60°-62°; tested flood cock. 11:00 (43.2) course NExN (PSC) and so to end of watch. Holystoned spar deck and carried out routine Saturday cleaning. Commanding Officer inspected the vessel. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

Merid to 4pm. Light SE breeze, overcast rain and misty. Moderate Sea On course NExN (psc) throughout Watch 2:25 Cape Lutke abeam 14 miles dist log 70.7 Watch end on course NExN (psc) C.E. Anderson Lt.

4PM to 6PM Gentle to Moderate SE breeze. Fog and rain Moderate Sea On course NExN (PSC) ontill 5:15 changed course to NExE per standard compass and so the rest of the watch Log (95.7) W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

6pm to 8pm - Moderate SE breeze; overcast with fog and rain; moderate sea 6:45 (9.0) stood NE1/2E per standard compass. 7:28 Cape Pankof abeam (15.5) distant one half mile, stood various courses into East Anchor Cove. 8:00 in log (19.5) E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00pm to Mid:- Moderate to light SE breezes, overcast, foggy and rainy, smooth sea. Stood various courses into East Anchor Cove where at 8:15 anchored in 11 1/2 fathoms water, 60 fathoms starboard chain. Issued 20 night rations. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.


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east anchor cove unimak island

Lat 8.9, Long 173.9


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3 August 1919

center of goloi island bearing ene

Lat 55.2, Long -161.9

Mid to 8:00am:- Moderate to gentle SE breezes, overcast to partly cloudy, foggy, rainy, smooth sea. Prepared to get underway 5:50 up anchor and underway Stood various courses out of East Anchor Cove. 5:55 (19.6) over log. 6:10 (22.1) course NExN (PSC) 7:38 (34.0) Umga Island abeam, distant 1.0 mile. Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

8:00am to Merid. Moderate SE breeze, overcast and rain. Smooth Sea. On course NExN standard compass. 9:22 Fox island abeam 1/2 Mile dist. log 47.7. changed course to NE1/2E (psc); 9:56 Stag Point abeam 5/8 Miles dist log 52.6 changed course to NExE3/8E (psc) 11:31 South end Inner Iliasik Island abeam 1/4 Mile dist log 64.8. changed course and various courses to end of watch 12:00 center of Goloi Island bearing ENE (psc) on course NxW3/8W psc C.E. Anderson Lieut

Merid to 4PM. Gentle SE breeze to Fresh SE breeze Passing showers of Rain Moderate Sea stood various courses for Arch point 12:50 Arch point abeam Log (75.7) changed course to NE per standard compass 2:10 Ukolnoi point abeam Log (86.5) changed course to NE5/8E per standard compass this course throughout the rest of the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4pm to 6pm - Fresh South breeze; overcast to mostly cloudy; moderate to smooth sea. Vessel on course NE5/8E per standard compass throughout watch; standing through Unga Strait at end. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

6pm to Mid Moderate Southerly breeze, overcast and rain. Smooth Sea. Stood various courses to anchorage in Balboa bay 7:10 Came to Anchor Balboa bay in 25 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms starboard chain 7:30 Frank Franzen, an Illegal prisoner who has been released was allowed to leave vessel and return to his home in Herendeen bay. Inspected magazine and powder samples temp 60°-62. C.E. Anderson Lieut

Frank Franzen - 7:30 Frank Franzen, an Illegal prisoner who has been released was allowed to leave vessel and return to his home in Herendeen bay


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kellys landing unga island

Lat 8.9, Long -152.3


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4 August 1919

changed course log 309 for popof straits there various courses for unga

Lat 56.4, Long -79.6

Mid to 8am From Moderate SE breeze to Strong Southerly breeze. Overcast and rain. Moderate Sea, crew employed with morning routine 7:00 up anchor and stood various courses out Balboa bay 7:50 Cape Aliaksin abeam 2 mile dist changed to SExE1/4E (psc) and so to end of watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

8AM to Merid Strong South breeze Overcast and rain Moderate sea On course SExE1/4E (psc) 8:25 Changed course Log 30.9 for popof straits there various courses for Unga. 10:00 Came to anchor off Unga 23 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of Starboard chain 10:15 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler went ashore for Prisoners. Ships Surgeon gave medical aid to four fishermen from Unga. Omitted quarters and drill account of inclement weather Wm. Martin, Henry Pfeiffer two prisoners put in irons for fighting W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler - 10:15 US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler went ashore for Prisoners

Wm. Martin - Wm. Martin, Henry Pfeiffer two prisoners put in irons for fighting

Henry Pfeiffer - Wm. Martin, Henry Pfeiffer two prisoners put in irons for fighting

Merid to 4pm - Strong South breeze to moderate gale; overcast with rain and thick fog; moderate to smooth sea. 1:50 gas boat "Alasco No. 3" came alongside and the following named guard and prisoners came aboard for transportation to Valdez, subsistence to be paid by the Department of Justice: A. Torgransen, guard. Rudolph A. Amiro and Ben Mortensen, both insane; Chas. Smith and Tom Mattox, prisoners negroes; Barney Simmons; John Andersen; Hans Wald; Frank Korril, prisoners. Mrs. A. Pearson and daughter, Genevieve, came aboard for passage to Valdez for medical aid at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation. 2:10 underway and stood out and through Popof Straits. various courses. 2:20 over log (42.1). 3:15 in log (49.2) 3:20 anchored in Sand Point for a harbor on account of very thick weather, southerly gale and falling barometer, 16 1/2 fms water, 45 fms starboard chain. Quarantined T.C. Gray, OS, 90 days for stealing from cabing mess and lying. E.A. Coffin Captain

gas boat "Alasco No. 3" - 1:50 gas boat "Alasco No. 3" came alongside and the following named guard and prisoners came aboard for transportation to Valdez, subsistence to be paid by the Department of Justice: A. Torgransen, guard. Rudolph A. Amiro and Ben Mortensen, both insane; Chas. Smith and Tom Mattox, prisoners negroes; Barney Simmons; John Andersen; Hans Wald; Frank Korril, prisoners

Rudolph A. Amiro - 1:50 gas boat "Alasco No. 3" came alongside and the following named guard and prisoners came aboard for transportation to Valdez, subsistence to be paid by the Department of Justice: A. Torgransen, guard. Rudolph A. Amiro and Ben Mortensen, both insane; Chas. Smith and Tom Mattox, prisoners negroes; Barney Simmons; John Andersen; Hans Wald; Frank Korril, prisoners

A. Torgransen, guard - 1:50 gas boat "Alasco No. 3" came alongside and the following named guard and prisoners came aboard for transportation to Valdez, subsistence to be paid by the Department of Justice: A. Torgransen, guard. Rudolph A. Amiro and Ben Mortensen, both insane; Chas. Smith and Tom Mattox, prisoners negroes; Barney Simmons; John Andersen; Hans Wald; Frank Korril, prisoners

Ben Mortensen - 1:50 gas boat "Alasco No. 3" came alongside and the following named guard and prisoners came aboard for transportation to Valdez, subsistence to be paid by the Department of Justice: A. Torgransen, guard. Rudolph A. Amiro and Ben Mortensen, both insane; Chas. Smith and Tom Mattox, prisoners negroes; Barney Simmons; John Andersen; Hans Wald; Frank Korril, prisoners

Tom Mattox - 1:50 gas boat "Alasco No. 3" came alongside and the following named guard and prisoners came aboard for transportation to Valdez, subsistence to be paid by the Department of Justice: A. Torgransen, guard. Rudolph A. Amiro and Ben Mortensen, both insane; Chas. Smith and Tom Mattox, prisoners negroes; Barney Simmons; John Andersen; Hans Wald; Frank Korril, prisoners

Barney Simmons - 1:50 gas boat "Alasco No. 3" came alongside and the following named guard and prisoners came aboard for transportation to Valdez, subsistence to be paid by the Department of Justice: A. Torgransen, guard. Rudolph A. Amiro and Ben Mortensen, both insane; Chas. Smith and Tom Mattox, prisoners negroes; Barney Simmons; John Andersen; Hans Wald; Frank Korril, prisoners

Chas. Smith - 1:50 gas boat "Alasco No. 3" came alongside and the following named guard and prisoners came aboard for transportation to Valdez, subsistence to be paid by the Department of Justice: A. Torgransen, guard. Rudolph A. Amiro and Ben Mortensen, both insane; Chas. Smith and Tom Mattox, prisoners negroes; Barney Simmons; John Andersen; Hans Wald; Frank Korril, prisoners

Hans Wald - 1:50 gas boat "Alasco No. 3" came alongside and the following named guard and prisoners came aboard for transportation to Valdez, subsistence to be paid by the Department of Justice: A. Torgransen, guard. Rudolph A. Amiro and Ben Mortensen, both insane; Chas. Smith and Tom Mattox, prisoners negroes; Barney Simmons; John Andersen; Hans Wald; Frank Korril, prisoners

Frank Korril - 1:50 gas boat "Alasco No. 3" came alongside and the following named guard and prisoners came aboard for transportation to Valdez, subsistence to be paid by the Department of Justice: A. Torgransen, guard. Rudolph A. Amiro and Ben Mortensen, both insane; Chas. Smith and Tom Mattox, prisoners negroes; Barney Simmons; John Andersen; Hans Wald; Frank Korril, prisoners

John Andersen - 1:50 gas boat "Alasco No. 3" came alongside and the following named guard and prisoners came aboard for transportation to Valdez, subsistence to be paid by the Department of Justice: A. Torgransen, guard. Rudolph A. Amiro and Ben Mortensen, both insane; Chas. Smith and Tom Mattox, prisoners negroes; Barney Simmons; John Andersen; Hans Wald; Frank Korril, prisoners

Mrs. A. Pearson - Mrs. A. Pearson and daughter, Genevieve, came aboard for passage to Valdez for medical aid at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation

T.C. Gray, OS - Quarantined T.C. Gray, OS, 90 days for stealing from cabing mess and lying

4PM to Mid Strong SE breeze, overcast with rain, dense fog Smooth sea Inspected magazine and powder Sample Temp. 60°-64° At anchor account of dense fog and threatening weather + rapid falling barometer W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)


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sand point alaska

Lat 55.38, Long -159.00


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5 August 1919

castle rock abeam 5 mile dist

Lat 65.6, Long -168.8

Mid to 9AM Fresh SE breeze overcast and rain, dense fog Crew employed in morning routine W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

9am to Merid - Fresh SE to Moderate SSE breeze; overcast with rain and fog first part. 9:00 set all clocks ahead one hour. 10:00 held quarters followed by seamanship instruction. Vessel remained at anchor on account of fog. E.A. Coffin, Captain

Merid to 4:00pm:- Gentle SE breezes, overcast, smooth sea. Weather having cleared, prepared to get underway. 1:15 up anchor and underway. 1:23 (49.2) over log. stood various courses out of Popof Strait and through Gorman Strait. 3:13 (61.3) course NExE3/4E )(PSC), Cape Devine abeam, distant 1.0 mile; took in and cleared log. 3:20 (61.3) over log. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

4pm to 6pm. Calm. overcast and misty Smooth Sea Inspected magazine and powder samples temp 63°-65 5:53 Castle rock abeam 5 mile dist log 80. On course NExE3/4E (psc), through out Watch C.E. Anderson Lt

6PM to 8PM. Light SE air to Fresh SE breeze. Overcast and rain and fog Smooth sea to Rough sea On course NExE3/4E per standard compass throughout the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

8pm to Mid - Strong SE breeze; overcast with rain; rough sea. Vessel on course NExE3/4E per standard compass throughout the watch. Expended 60 night rations. E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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north pacific ocean

Lat 55.42, Long -155.25


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6 August 1919

sitkinak island abeam log 944 distance off ten miles

Lat 55.8, Long -155.6

Mid to 4:00am:- Strong SE breezes, overcast; rainy, rough sea, vessel rolling easily. Vessel on course NExE3/4E, (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

4:00 to 8:00am Moderate SE breeze. overcast, rainy. Moderate Sea Morning duties performed. Vessel on course NExE3/4E (psc) through out watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

8AM to Merid Gentle SE breeze to Light SE breeze Overcast to Fog and light rain Smooth sea On course NExE3/4E 9:50 Chirikof Island abeam Log 9.2 distance off 21.7 miles changed course to NNE3/8E per standard compass 10:00 Held quarters followed by seamanship instructions. W.B. Huebner Lt jg

Merid to 4pm - Light to gentle ENE breeze; overcast with light rain first part; smooth sea. Deck force variously employed. Vessel on course NNE3/8E per standard compass throughout watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00 to 6:00pm:- Gentle ENE breezes, overcast, misty, smooth sea. Vessel on course NNE3/8E (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

6pm to 8pm. Gentle ENE breezes. overcast misty, Smooth Sea. Vessel on course NNE3/8E (psc) throughout Watch. Inspected magazine and powder Sample temp 62°-64° C.E. Anderson Lieut

8PM to Mid Gentle ENE breeze Fog and misty Smooth sea 8:00 Sitkinak Island abeam Log 94.4 distance off ten miles. On course NNE3/8E through out the watch per standard compass. Issued 60 night rations W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)


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anchored off cape chiniak alaska

Lat 57.67, Long -151.97


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7 August 1919

Mid to 4am - Light ENE breeze to airs; overcast with light rain and fog; smooth sea. Vessel on course NNE3/8E, per standard compass, throughout the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00am to 8:00am:- Light ENE airs to breezes, overcast, misty, foggy, smooth sea. 5:00 (67.6) course N1/2W (psc). 7:16 (85.6) course WNW (psc) and so to end of watch. Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

8am to Merid Calm, and dense fog. Smooth Sea. Vessel on various courses. 9:00 Sighted land Moving, along the reefs at various courses Under Slow Speed Very dense fog, Log (98.5) in 10:15 Not being able to locate anything definite, came to anchor in 27. fathoms of water to 75 fathoms of Starboard chain to await clear weather Omitted Quarters and drills on account of inclement Weather C.E. Anderson Lieut

Merid to 4PM Calm to Light SE air. Dense Fog. Crew employed with cleaning main deck. At anchor account off dense fog. Omitted quarters and drill account of necessary work W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

4pm to 6pm - Light SE airs to South breeze; dense fog; smooth sea. At anchor on account of dense fog; standing sea watches. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

6:00 to 8:00pm. Light SE breezes, overcast, foggy, smooth sea. 6:35 up anchor and underway 6:40 (98.5) over log, course NNE3/8E (PSC) 7:10 (2.2) course NE5/8N, (PSC) and so to end of watch. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

8pm to Mid. Light SE breeze, very dense fog, Smooth Sea on course NE5/8E (psc) 9:05 Log in 17.8. 9:10 Came to anchor in 40 fathoms water to 90 fathoms of Starboard chain on account very dense fog, to await clear weather, in order to get in to Kodiak harbor. Inspected magazine and powder Samples temp 64°-66°. Issued 60 Night rations. Standing Sea watches C.E. Anderson Lieut


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kodiak harbor alaska

Lat 57.88, Long -152.08


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8 August 1919

anchored in kodiak harbor

Lat 57.8, Long -152.4

Mid to 4AM Moderate South breeze Dense fog to overcast Moderate sea At anchor account of dense fog standing sea watch W.B. Huebner Lt jg

4am to 8am - Moderate South to gentle SE breeze; overcast; moderate sea. 4:50 underway. 5:00 over log (17.7), stood SW5/8W per standard compass, and various courses into Chiniak Bay. Performing morning routine duties. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00am to 4:00pm:- Light to moderate SE breezes, overcast, misty, foggy, smooth sea. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 66°-67°. Stood various courses into Chiniak Bay and into Kodiak Harbor. 8:35 (47.1) in log. 9:10 anchored in Kodiak Harbor in 13 fathoms water, 33 fathoms starboard chain. Received one sack of mail for delivery to Post Master at Valdez. Held quarters and boat drill. At the request of the following radiogram, received from Kodiak, "Local doctor is very sick and wants the Unalga doctor to come in and look him over and would like to know what time he will come in if possible"; the ship surgeon gave medical aid to local doctor. Commanding Officer conferred with Citizens of Kodiak to see if further assistance was necessary. Dental surgeon treated members of crew of naval radio station, Kodiak. 3:00 Mr. D. Finch came on board for transportation to Unalaska, at no expense to the government, there being no other means of transportation. 3:20 up anchor and underway, started out of Kodiak Harbor. 3:30 (47.1) over log. 3:40 (47.2) in log. 3:50 Anchored in Kodiak Harbor on account of rapidly falling barometer, very dense fog, and threatening SE weather, to await better weather. Men employed variously. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

Mr. D. Finch - 3:00 Mr. D. Finch came on board for transportation to Unalaska, at no expense to the government, there being no other means of transportation

4:00 to 6:00pm:- Moderate ENE breezes, overcast, thick fog. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

6pm to 8pm - Moderate to fresh ENE breeze; overcast with heavy rain and fog; moderate to rough sea. 6:45 underway. 6:47 over log (47.3) stood NE7/8N per standard compass, and so to end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00pm to Mid:- Fresh ENE breezes, overcast, foggy, rainy, moderate sea. Issued 60 night rations. Vessel on course NE7/8N (PSC) G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 59.30, Long -149.15


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9 August 1919

vessel at anchor under the lee of montague island

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

Mid to 4PM. Fresh NE breeze. Overcast and Misty, rough Sea. On course NE7/8E (psc) 1:25 Log reading 99.2 changed course to NxE5/8E (psc) and so to end of watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

4AM to 8AM Strong ENE breeze overcast misty Rough sea On course NbyE5/8E per standard compass through out the watch Crew employed in morning routine W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

8am to Merid - Moderate to fresh ENE gale; overcast with rain and fog; rough sea. Inspected magazine and powder sample; tested flood cock; temperatures 62° and 64°. Scrubbed decks with sand. Vessel on course NxE5/8E per standard compass, throughout the watch. Commanding officer inspected the vessel E.A. Coffin, Captain.

Merid to 4:00pm:- Fresh to strong ENE gale, overcast, foggy, rainy, rough sea, vessel rolling deeply but easily. Vessel on course NxE5/8E (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

4pm to 6pm. Strong NE gale overcast and rain rough Sea On course NxE5/8E (psc) 4:30 Sounded 80 fathoms 5:00 Sounded 65 fathoms 5:45 Sounded 32 fathoms 5:55 Log reading 20.2 changed course to NE3/4N (psc) C.E. Anderson Lieut

6PM to 8PM Whole NE gale Fog with rain Rough sea. 7:00 Came to anchor under the lee of Montague Island for harbor account of dense fog driving rain and whole NE gale Anchored in 23 fathoms of water to 105 fathoms of chain Issued 60 night rations W.B. Huebner Lt jg

8pm to Mid - Whole ENE gale; rain and fog; rough sea. Vessel at anchor under the lee of Montague Island. Standing sea watches, with steam at the throttle. E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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anchored off montague island

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5


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10 August 1919

stood into hanning bay

Lat 30.5, Long 117.1

Mid to 4:00am:- Strong to fresh ENE gale, squally, overcast, driving rain, rough sea, vessel riding easily at anchor. Standing sea watches. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

4am to 8am. Strong ENE gale. overcast and rain rough sea. Vessel riding easily at anchor. Crew employed with Morning routine C.E. Anderson Lt

8AM to Merid Strong NE gale Fog and rain overcast rough sea Vessel at anchor riding easy Standing sea watches W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

Merid to 4pm - Strong to fresh NE gale; overcast with heavy rain and fog; rough sea first part. 12:50 underway. 12:54 over log (27.2) stood various courses into Montague Strait. 3:30 in log (48.4), stood into Hanning Bay for anchorage, to await better weather conditions. 3:35 anchored in 13 fms water with 60 fms starboard chain. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4PM to Mid Moderate ENE gale overcast with heavy rain and fog Smooth sea At anchor in Hanning Bay awaiting better weather Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 64°-66 W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)


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hanning bay alaska

Lat 30.5, Long 117.1


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11 August 1919

Mid to 9AM Gentle NW breeze Overcast rain and dense fog smooth sea Crew employed in morning routine At anchor account of dense fog W.B. Huebner.

9am to 4pm - Gentle NE breeze to calm; overcast with rain and thick fog. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 64° and 66° Omitted quarters and drills on account of inclement weather. Crew variously employed under cover. Vessel remained at anchor on account of thick fog. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4pm to Mid - Calm to light NW breeze; overcast with rain and thick fog. 7:00 confined Arthur and Peter Sitzoff, imbecile prisoners, in the forward coal bunker for stealing pies from the cabin mess. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

Arthur and Peter Sitzoff - 7:00 confined Arthur and Peter Sitzoff, imbecile prisoners, in the forward coal bunker for stealing pies from the cabin mess


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entrance valdez arm alaska

Lat 61.1, Long -146.3


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12 August 1919

various courses up valdez arm and into port valdez

Lat 43.1, Long -70.2

Mid to 8am - Light NW breeze to moderate NNE breeze; overcast with rain and fog; smooth sea. 5:05 underway and stood out. 5:08 over log (48.4) and stood various courses up Montague Strait. Watch ends on course NxW per standard compass. Performed morning duties. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00am to Merid:- Moderate ENE breezes, overcast, rainy, foggy, smooth sea. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 64°-66° Omitted quarters and drills on account of inclement weather 8:28 (79.2) Seal Island Buoy abeam distant 0.7 miles, course NNE1/4E (psc) 9:04 (84.9) Smith Island Light abeam, distant 1.3 miles, course N1/2E (PSC). 11:17 (6.1) Bligh Island Reef buoy abeam, distant 0.7 miles Men employed variously. Watch ends vessel standing up Valdez arm G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

Merid to 4:00pm:- Light NE breezes to calm, overcast and rainy to partly cloudy, smooth sea. Stood various courses up Valdez Arm and into Port Valdez. 12:45 (19.8) in log. 2:25 moored alongside dock at Valdez, port side. Banked fires. Delivered to Postmaster Valdez, 3 sacks mail and one parcel post package. C. Kramer, ordinary seaman, and J. McWatters, ordinary seaman, confined to limits of ship for 60 days for taking food from cabin pantry. US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen. Mrs. E. Pearson and baby girl Geneve left this vessel. Mr. J.C. Redpath left this vessel. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

C. Kramer, ordinary seaman - C. Kramer, ordinary seaman, and J. McWatters, ordinary seaman, confined to limits of ship for 60 days for taking food from cabin pantry

J. McWatters, ordinary seaman - C. Kramer, ordinary seaman, and J. McWatters, ordinary seaman, confined to limits of ship for 60 days for taking food from cabin pantry

US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

G.W. Rutherford - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

A. Moore - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

A. Torgramsen - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Henry Pfeiffer - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Wm. Martin - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Jack Green - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Simian George - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Arcenio Vergares - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Macedonia Flores - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Manuel Alvarez - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Rafael Garcia - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

E. Vargas - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Wm. Brady - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

John Anderson - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Barney Simmons - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Hans Wald - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

John Anderson - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Frank Korril - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Chas. Smith (negro) - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Tom Mattox (negro) - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Jesus Rodrigez - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Arturo Benz - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Sabos Dumtana - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Manuel Diaz - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Arthur Siftof - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Peter Siftof - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Rudoplh Andrew Amiro - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Ben Mortensen - US Deputy Marshal S.O. Casler with guards G.W. Rutherford, A. Moore, A. Torgramsen, and the following prisoners and insane people left this vessel; Prisoners Henry Pfeiffer, Wm. Martin, Jack Green, Simian George, Arcenio Vergares, Macedonia Flores, Manuel Alvarez, Rafael Garcia, E. Vargas, Wm. Brady, John Anderson, Barney Simmons, John Anderson, Hans Wald, Frank Korril, Chas. Smith (negro), Tom Mattox (negro); Insane, Jesus Rodrigez, Arturo Benz, Sabos Dumtana, Manuel Diaz, Arthur Siftof, Peter Siftof, Rudoplh Andrew Amiro, Ben Mortensen

Mrs. E. Pearson and baby girl Geneve - left this vessel

Mr. J.C. Redpath - left this vessel

(over)


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12 August 1919

August 12 - Continued

4:00pm to Mid:- Calm, overcast, misty. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt


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valdez alaska

Lat 61.1, Long -146.3

coal: 115 tons - Fuel Received 115 tons Expended 3 tons 1180 lbs Remaining 227 tons 200 lbs


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13 August 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Calm, overcast, rainy. Morning duties performed. Prepared to coal ship. Draft before coaling 11'-10" forward - 15'-0" aft. 7:00 began coaling ship G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

9am to 4pm. Calm overcast and misty Crew employed with coaling ship Recieved from Valdez Dock and Wharehouse Company 115 tons of coal. Recieved from US Marshals Office at Valdez one Sack of Blankets, to be delivered to US Marshall at Unalaska # C.E. Anderson Lt

coal: 115 tons - Recieved from Valdez Dock and Wharehouse Company 115 tons of coal

4pm to Mid Calm overcast and misty 4:30 Left Valdez Dock Company's wharf to make room for SS "Alaska" 4:55 Made fast to city dock Inspected magazine and powder samples temp 64°-66. granted liberty C.E. Anderson Lt

SS "Alaska" - 4:30 Left Valdez Dock Company's wharf to make room for SS "Alaska"

# Honorable discharged Harry Franklin LaRoy, Watertender (a) on account of full terms of enlistment, discharge Number 11860. He waives on claim for transportations and all con~ aid.

Harry Franklin LaRoy, Watertender (a) - Honorable discharged Harry Franklin LaRoy, Watertender (a) on account of full terms of enlistment, discharge Number 11860


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valdez alaska

Lat 61.1, Long -146.3

coal: 29 tons 192 lbs - Fuel Received 29 tons 192 lbs Expended 5 tons 1332 lbs Remaining 250 tons 1300 lbs


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14 August 1919

various courses for fort liscum

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Mid to 9am. Calm and foggy 6:00 Left city dock; 6:25 Made fast to Valdez Dock Companys dock. 7:00 Commence coaling ship C.E. Anderson Lt

9AM to 4PM Calm Overcat and foggy with rain Crew employed in coaling ship 10:00 Finnished Coaling ship Total amount taken onboard 144 tons # of steaming coal from the Valdez Dock Company. Draft of ship after coaling forward 14 feet 11 inches aft 14 feet 9 inches. # 10:50 Cast of lines and left Valdez dock standing various courses for Fort Liscum to take on board fresh water made fast to Fort Liscum dock at 11:20. Omitted quarters and drill account of cleaning ship after coaling W.B. Huebner Lt jg

coal: 144 tons - 10:00 Finnished Coaling ship Total amount taken onboard 144 tons # of steaming coal from the Valdez Dock Company

4PM to Mid Calm overcast dense fog and rain Inspected magazine and powder sample; Temp 62°-64° #Dense fog in Prince William Sound and in the narrows waiting for fog to lift W.B. Huebner Lt jg

# Filled all drinking water tanks with fresh water, water not considered good for boiler use and none taken for feed tanks, supply from Valdez Dock Company.


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fort liscum dock

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0


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15 August 1919

various courses down valdez arm into prince william sound

Lat 64.6, Long -172.6

Mid to 8AM Calm Dense Fog Crew employed in morning routine 8:00 Disconnected fresh water hose, all tanks full; Filled all feed tanks for engineroom and boiler use W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

8am to Merid - Calm to light SW airs; clear to partly cloudy; smooth sea. 8:30 fog lifting, prepared to get underway. 9:30 cast off and stood out. 9:40 over log (19.8), stood various courses down Valdez Arm; into Prince William Sound. Inspected magazine & powder sample temperatures 64° and 66°. Deck force variously employed. E.A. Coffin, Captain

Merid to 4:00pm:- Light SW airs, partly cloudy, smooth sea, bright sunny weather. Increased speed to 90 RPM in order to get through Montague Strait before dark. Stood various courses down by Smith Island. 3:13 (71.2) course SxE (PSC), Seal Island Light abeam, distant 0.3 mile. Men employed variously. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

4PM to 6PM. Light SW to light SE airs partly cloudy. Smooth Sea. On course SxE Standard compass throughout Watch 6:00 point Grace bearing WxN standard compass. C.E. Anderson Lieut

6PM to 8PM Light SW air partly cloudy Smooth sea On course SxE per standard ontill 6:50 changed course to S7/8 West Log (103.6) Issued 60 night rations W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

8pm to Mid - Light to gentle NE breezes; mostly cloudy; moderate sea. 10:10 set fore and main staysails. Watch ends on course S7/8W per standard compass; 90 RPM, all sail set. E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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at sea gulf of alaska

Lat 58.27, Long -150.58


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16 August 1919

cape chiniak abeam 10 miles distant

Lat 57.6, Long -152.2

Mid to 4:00am:- Gentle NE breezes to light airs, mostly cloudy to overcast, smooth sea. Vessel on course S7/8W (PSC), with staysails set, throughout watch G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

4am to 8am. Light variable airs. overcast. Smooth Sea. Crew employed with Saturday Morning cleaning On course S7/8W (PSC) throughout watch. C.E. Anderson Lt

8AM to Merid Light NW air partly cloudy Smooth sea On course S7/8W per standard compass through out the watch with staysails set. W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

Merid to 4pm - Light NW to NE airs; nearly overcast; smooth sea. 1:00 took in fore and main staysails. 2:14 Cape Chiniak abeam, 10 miles distant (82.0), stood S7/8W per standard compass. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 64° and 66°. Tested magazine flood cock. 3:54 Ugak Island abeam 3.4 miles distant, (97.9), stood SxW7/8W per standard compass. Commanding officer inspected the vessel. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00pm to 6:00pm:- Light NE to SE airs, overcast, smooth sea. Vessel on course SxW7/8W (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

6pm to 8pm Light Southerly airs. overcast. dense fog Smooth Sea Vessel on course SxW7/8W (PSC) through out Watch C.E. Anderson Lt

8PM to Mid Light Southerly airs to Light SE breeze fog to overcat smooth sea 8:00 changed course SxW7/8W to course SxW Log 35.5 this course through out the rest of the watch. Issued 60 night rations W.B. Huebner.


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 55.05, Long -157.45


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17 August 1919

south end chirikof island abeam 12 mile dist

Lat 55.8, Long -155.6

Mid to 4am - Moderate SE breeze to fresh SE gale; overcast with rain last part; moderate to rough sea. 12:30 set fore and main staysails, Vessel on course SxW per standard compass at end of watch, all sail set. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00am to 8:00am:- Fresh to Moderate SE gale, overcat, rainy, rough sea, 6:55 (24.1) course SW1/4S (PSC), staysails set. Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

8am to Merid Fresh SSW breeze. overcast and mist. Rough Sea 8:22 took in fore and main staysails 10:52 South end Chirikof island abeam 12.- Mile dist log 55.8 On course SW1/4S (PSC) throughout Watch C.E. Anderson Lt

Merid to 4PM Fresh SSW breeze to moderate partly cloudy rough sea On course SW1/4S per standard compass throughout the watch W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

4pm to 6pm - Fresh to strong SSW breeze; mostly cloudy to overcast and misty; rough sea. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 64° & 66°. Vessel on course SW1/4S per standard compass, throughout the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

6:00 to 8:00pm:- Fresh to strong SSW breezes overcast and misty to partly cloudy, rough sea. Vessel on course SW1/4S (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

8pm to Mid From strong SSW breeze to fresh SSW gale. overcast to cloudy, rough Sea. 8:00 changed course SW1/2S (psc) and so to end of watch. Issued 60 Night rations C.E. Anderson Lt


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 54.17, Long -160.33


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18 August 1919

Mid to 4AM Strong SSW gake partly cloudy to overcast rough sea course SW1/2S per standard compass throughout the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4am to 8am - Strong to fresh SW gale; overcast to nearly overcast; rough sea; vessel pitching heavily. On course SW1/2S per standard compass thruout watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00am to Merid:- Moderate SW gale to fresh breeze, partly cloudy, rough sea. 9:03 (2.0) course SWxW1/8W (psc) and so to end of watch. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 62°-64°. Men employed variously. Omitted quarters and drills on account of rough weather. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

Merid to 4PM. Fresh SW breeze. overcast. rough sea. Omitted quarters and drills on account of inclement weather. On course SWxW1/8W (psc) throughout watch. C.E. Anderson Lt

4PM to 6PM Strong SW breeze Overcast to partly cloudy rough sea On course SWxW1/8W (PSC) through out the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

6pm to 8pm - Fresh to moderate SW breeze; mostly cloudy; rough sea. 6:25 (67.7) stood WSW3/4W per standard compass, and so to end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00pm to Mid:- Moderate to fresh SW breezes, partly cloudy to overcast, moderate sea. Vessel on course WSW3/4W (PSC) throughout watch. Issued 60 night rations. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.


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cape kalekta swxs mag 2 miles

Lat 54.0, Long -166.4


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19 August 1919

stood into unalaska harbor

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Mid to 4am From fresh SW breeze to moderate Westerly breeze, overcast to mostly cloudy. Moderate Sea. Vessel on course WSW3/4W (psc) through out watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

4AM to 8AM Gentle westerly breeze partly cloudy to overcast moderate sea Crew employed in morning routine On course WSW3/4W (PSC) ontill 6:44 changed course to WbyN (PSC) Log (70.3) 8:00 changed course W1/2S per standard and so through out the rest of the watch (Log 80.0) W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

8am to Merid - Gentle to moderate NW breeze; overcast to mostly cloudy; moderate sea. 9:46 (95.5) stood WSW1/2W psc and various courses through Unalga Pass. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 58° and 62°. Made preparations for coaling ship 11:38 (12.0) Stood NWxW1/2W and so to end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

Merid to 4pm Moderate NW to north breezes; mostly to partly cloudy. Stood into Unalaska Harbor, various courses and at 1:40pm made fast to wharf. 1:50 Mr. D. Finch, passenger from Kodiak, went ashore. Delivered mail from Valdez to Postmaster, Unalaska. Crew made all preparations for coaling ship. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

Mr. D. Finch - 1:50 Mr. D. Finch, passenger from Kodiak, went ashore

4pm to Mid - Moderate north breeze to calm; partly cloudy to overcast. Set all clocks back one hour and five minutes. E.A. Coffin, Captain


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 85 tons 1790 lbs - Fuel Received 85 tons 1790 lbs Expended 3 tons 1780 lbs Remaining 263 tons 520 lbs

coal: 85 tons 1790 lbs -


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20 August 1919

Mid to 9am - Calm to light SE breeze; overcast. 7:15 commenced coaling; draft before coalin 14'1" forward, 13'-11" aft. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light SE breezes to airs, mostly cloudy. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 62°-64°. Omitted quarters on account of coaling ship. Men employed in coaling ship. 4:00 finished coaling having received from the Alaska Commercial Company, 85 tons 1790 lbs of steaming coal. draft 15'00" forward - 14'-4" aft. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

coal: 85 tons 1790 lbs - 4:00 finished coaling having received from the Alaska Commercial Company, 85 tons 1790 lbs of steaming coal

4:00pm to Mid:- Light SW breezes, overcast to partly cloudy. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.88, Long -167.35


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21 August 1919

wislow island abeam 340 29 miles distant

Lat 53.9, Long -166.7

Mid to 9:00am. Calm, overcast. Morning duties performed. 8:00 began taking on board coal and supplies for Bureau of Education for delivery at Atka Island. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

9am to Merid; Calm overcast Crew employed taking coal and supplies aboard for Bureau of Education at Atka Island. C.E. Anderson

Merid to 4pm Calm. Overcast. Crew employed getting ready for Sea. Recieved aboard from postmaster at Unalaska one Sack of Mail for Atka. Also recieved aboard for Native Store at Atka, Bureau of Education, 30 tons of coal and 20 tons of general supplies. 2:40 The following Natives of Atka came aboard for transportation to their home, at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation, Serges Golle, Cassey Golle Alleck Golle 12 years and Villei Dicks 6 years old. 3:05 Left Unalaska and stood various courses out Illiauk bay. 3:30 Sent following radiogram to Coast Guard Headquarters, Washington DC Unalga Sailed for Atka and Attu at three pm this Date 15021. Signed Dodge 4:00 Cape Cheerfull bearing SWxW psc, course various C.E. Anderson Lt

Serges Golle - 2:40 The following Natives of Atka came aboard for transportation to their home, at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation, Serges Golle, Cassey Golle Alleck Golle 12 years and Villei Dicks 6 years old

Cassey Golle - 2:40 The following Natives of Atka came aboard for transportation to their home, at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation, Serges Golle, Cassey Golle Alleck Golle 12 years and Villei Dicks 6 years old

Alleck Golle - 2:40 The following Natives of Atka came aboard for transportation to their home, at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation, Serges Golle, Cassey Golle Alleck Golle 12 years and Villei Dicks 6 years old

Villei Dicks - 2:40 The following Natives of Atka came aboard for transportation to their home, at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation, Serges Golle, Cassey Golle Alleck Golle 12 years and Villei Dicks 6 years old

4pm to 6pm - Light NE airs; overcast with passing showers; smooth sea. 4:50 Wislow Island abeam (34.0), 2.9 miles distant, stood SW3/4W per standard compass, and so to end of watch. Inspected magazine & powder sample; magazine temperatuer 64°-65° E.A. Coffin, Captain.

6:00 to 8:00pm:- Calm, overcast, misty smooth sea. 7:08 (53.5) Cape Kovrizhka abeam, distant 7.0 miles, course SWxW1/2W (PSC) and so to end of watch. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

8pm to Mid Calm to moderate southerly breeze overcast and rain. Smooth Sea. On course SWxW1/2W psc 9:55 Log reading 76. changed course to SWxW1/8W and so to end of watch. Issued 60 night rations C.E. Anderson Lieut


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at sea bering sea

Lat 53.30, Long -170.70


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22 August 1919

Mid to 4AM Gentle South breeze Fog and Rain to overcast Smooth sea Course SWxW1/8W per standard compass through out the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4am to 8am - Moderate South to SE breeze; overcast with fog to mostly cloudy; smooth to moderate sea. Performed morning routine duties. Vessel on course SWxW1/8W per standard compass, throughout the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00am to Merid:- Gentle SE to fresh South breezes, overcast, foggy, smooth to moderate sea. 8:25 (54.6) course SWxW1/4W (PSC) and so to end of watch. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 62°-66°. Men employed variously. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

Merid to 4pm. Gentle Southerly breeze overcast rainy and passing fog banks. moderate sea. Omitted Quarters on account of inclement weather. On course SWxW1/4W (psc) throughout watch. C.E. Anderson Lt

4PM to 6PM Fresh South breeze Dense fog Moderate Sea On course SWbyW1/4W per standard compass throughout the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt jg

6pm to 8pm - Fresh to moderate South breeze; Overcast to mostly cloudy; smooth sea. Vessel on course SWxW1/4W throughout watch. E.A. Coffin.

8:00pm to Mid:- Moderate to fresh South breeze, overcast to partly cloudy, smooth sea. 8:05 (41.5) course SWxW (PSC) and so to end of watch. Issued 60 night rations. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.


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village cove atka island

Lat 52.52, Long -174.77


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23 August 1919

raised north cape atka island

Lat 26.1, Long 119.9

Mid to 4am. Fresh Southerly breeze. Mostly cloudy to overcast. Moderate sea On course SWxW (psc) throughout watch C.E. Anderson Lt

4AM to 8AM Fresh South breeze Overcast mostly cloudy Smooth Sea Crew employed with morning routine # 4:50 Raised north cape Atka Island changed course to SbyW increased to cruising speed #on course SWbyW 7:48 Shaw cap abeam Log 20.9 3.3 miles distant then various courses W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

8pm to Merid - Fresh South breeze to calm; mostly cloudy to overcast; smooth sea. Stood into Nazan Bay, various courses, and at 9:10 came to anchor at Nazan Village in 11 fms water with 18 fms on port chain. 9:15 set all clocks back one hour. Landed four native passengers and delivered all mail for Atka to postmaster. Dr. Johnson, ship's surgeon, went ashore with commanding officer to inspect the village and furnish medical assistance to four of the natives Crew discharged all coal and stores for Atka Government Store Captain Coffin, Lieutenant MacLane and yeomen detailed to work of auditing accounts and taking inventory of Atka Government Store. Commanding officer inspected the vessel. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

Dr. Johnson, ship's surgeon - went ashore with commanding officer to inspect the village and furnish medical assistance to four of the natives

Captain Coffin - Captain Coffin, Lieutenant MacLane and yeomen detailed to work of auditing accounts and taking inventory of Atka Government Store

Lieutenant MacLane - Captain Coffin, Lieutenant MacLane and yeomen detailed to work of auditing accounts and taking inventory of Atka Government Store

Merid to 4:00pm:- Calm, overcast, smooth sea. Prepared to get under way. Captain E.A. Coffin, Lieutenant G.W. MacLane and yeomen employed until moment of leaving in auditing Atka Native store and in taking inventory. The books of this store were brought on board so that audit might be completed during trip to Attu. 2:30 up anchor and underway. 2:45 (24.5) over log. Stood various courses out of Nazan Bay and around Atka Island. Men employed in cleaning ship and preparing her for sea. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

Captain E.A. Coffin - Captain E.A. Coffin, Lieutenant G.W. MacLane and yeomen employed until moment of leaving in auditing Atka Native store and in taking inventory

Lieutenant G.W. MacLane - Captain E.A. Coffin, Lieutenant G.W. MacLane and yeomen employed until moment of leaving in auditing Atka Native store and in taking inventory

4 to 6pm. Calm. overcast Smooth Sea. Various courses untill North Cape abeam. 5:30 North cape abeam 4.8 miles distance changed course to West (psc) and so to end of watch Inspected magazine and powder sample temp 63°-65° tested flood cock. C.E. Anderson Lt.

6PM to 8PM Calm overcast Smooth sea. Course per standard compass west through out the watch W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

(Over)


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23 August 1919

August 23rd - continued.

8pm to Mid - Light north airs to breeze; overcast with fog; smooth sea. 8:35 set fore and main staysails. 9:50 breeze dying out, took in staysails. 11:00 set fore and main staysails. Watch ends on course West, per standard compass; all sail set. Issued 60 night rations W.S. Mawlin, Boy 1c, stood two hour punishment watch for inattention to duty E.A. Coffin, Captain

W.S. Mawlin, Boy 1c - stood two hour punishment watch for inattention to duty


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at sea bering sea

Lat 52.83, Long -178.77


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24 August 1919

Mid to 4:00am:- Light North breezes to airs, overcast, smooth sea, hazy. 3:35 (39.3) course W1/8N (PSC) and so to end of watch. Staysails set. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

4am to 8am Calm to light northerly airs. overcast. Smooth Sea. crew performed morning duties. On course W1/8N (psc) throughout watch C.E. Anderson Lt

8AM to Merid Calm to Light NNW air Fog and rain overcast Smooth sea Course W1/8N per standard compass throughout the watch 9:00 Took in Staysails 11:00 Set staysails Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 58°-61° W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

Merid to 4pm - Light NNE to north breezes; overcast with light rain and fog; ground swell from NE. 1:00 (24.9) stood W1/4N per standard compass. 2:05 received following radiogram: "Disregard our 17021 00523. Coast Guard". Watch ends on course W1/4N per standard compass, all sail set E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00 to 6:00pm:- Light North breezes, mostly cloudy, smooth sea. Vessel on course W1/4N (PSC) throughout watch. Staysails set. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

6:00 to 8pm. Light variable breezes, mostly cloudy, passing fog banks. Smooth 7:30 took in for and Main staysail On course W1/4N (psc) throughout watch C.E. Anderson Lt

8PM to Mid Light WNW to Gentle breeze Fog and misty overcast smooth sea Course W1/4N per standard compass 10:50 changed course to W3/8N Log (14.0) per standard compass this course through out the watch. Issued 60 night rations W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)


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at sea bering sea

Lat 53.13, Long 175.37


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25 August 1919

entrance to chichagof harbor

Lat 30.7, Long 117.5

Mid to 4am - Moderate to gentle NW breeze; overcast to mostly cloudy; moderate sea. Vessel on course W3/8N per standard compass throughout watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00 to 8:00am:- Gentle NW to fresh West breezes, cloudy, smooth sea. Morning duties performed. Course W3/8N (PSC) until 8:00 (92.2) then course W1/2S (PSC) G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

8am to Merid. Fresh easterly breeze. mostly cloudy to overcast. Smooth to moderate Sea. 9:30 Quarters followed by instruction in Seamanship. Vessel on course W1/2S (PSC). 9:45 Log reading (7.4) changed course to WxS (PSC) and so to end of watch C.E. Anderson Lt

Merid to 4PM Fresh westerly breeze Mostly cloudy and rain moderate sea West per standard compass through out watch 11:30 Started fire after boiler Set up on all hand hole and man hole plates 12:36 steamed formed 1:10 cut in after boiler to increase speed so as to make Attu Island before night account of threatening weather and a probability of having to stay hove to at sea for a day or two W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

4pm to 6pm - Fresh to moderate West breeze; mostly cloudy; moderate sea. Vessel on course WxS per standard compass, throughout the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

6:00 to 8:00pm:- Fresh to moderate West breezes, cloudy, passing showers Moderate to smooth sea. 6:40 (95.9) in log. stood various courses to an anchor at 7:10 in 20 fathoms water, 50 fathoms port chain at entrance to Chichagof Harbor. Let steam die out in after boiler. Kept steam at throttle on forward boiler, standing sea watches. Delivered mail and registered mail addressed to Attu. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

8pm to Mid Fresh Westerly breezes overcast and rain Smooth Sea. Issued 60 night rations C.E. Anderson Lt


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chichagof harbor attu island

Lat 52.1, Long -174.4


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26 August 1919

left tangent buldir island abeam distant 180 miles

Lat 63.1, Long -132.2

Mid to 4AM Light west breeze to Light NW breeze partly cloudy Smooth sea At anchor standing sea watch F.O. Spannenburg one hour extra duty for inattention to duty W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

F.O. Spannenburg - one hour extra duty for inattention to duty

4am to 8am - Light NW breezes to airs; partly cloudy. Crew boated ashore lumber for Russian church, received at Seattle, commencing at 6:40am. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

Honorable discharged Albert Fowells Reynolds, Mach 1cl, account expiration of enlistment, discharge #11861

Albert Fowells Reynolds, Mach 1cl - Honorable discharged Albert Fowells Reynolds, Mach 1cl, account expiration of enlistment, discharge #11861

8:00am to Merid:- Light NW airs, mostly clear, smooth sea. Standing officer watches. # Ships surgeon inspected village and rendered medical aid to all those who needed it. Commanding Officer inspected Coast Guard Building and found the ropes that anchored it rotted away: renewed same with new 3 1/2 inch manila rope and securely anchored it. The following persons came on board, at their own request, for transportation to Unalaska, at no expense to the government: Mike Procoff, Aleck C. Procoff, George Goldoff, Mrs. Cazareoff, Mrs. Fillerette, Mrs. Cragen, all natives, there being no other means of transportation. Men employed variously. Prepared to get underway. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

Aleck C. Procoff - The following persons came on board, at their own request, for transportation to Unalaska, at no expense to the government: Mike Procoff, Aleck C. Procoff, George Goldoff, Mrs. Cazareoff, Mrs. Fillerette, Mrs. Cragen, all natives, there being no other means of transportation

Mike Procoff - The following persons came on board, at their own request, for transportation to Unalaska, at no expense to the government: Mike Procoff, Aleck C. Procoff, George Goldoff, Mrs. Cazareoff, Mrs. Fillerette, Mrs. Cragen, all natives, there being no other means of transportation

Mrs. Fillerette - The following persons came on board, at their own request, for transportation to Unalaska, at no expense to the government: Mike Procoff, Aleck C. Procoff, George Goldoff, Mrs. Cazareoff, Mrs. Fillerette, Mrs. Cragen, all natives, there being no other means of transportation

George Goldoff - The following persons came on board, at their own request, for transportation to Unalaska, at no expense to the government: Mike Procoff, Aleck C. Procoff, George Goldoff, Mrs. Cazareoff, Mrs. Fillerette, Mrs. Cragen, all natives, there being no other means of transportation

Mrs. Cazareoff - The following persons came on board, at their own request, for transportation to Unalaska, at no expense to the government: Mike Procoff, Aleck C. Procoff, George Goldoff, Mrs. Cazareoff, Mrs. Fillerette, Mrs. Cragen, all natives, there being no other means of transportation

Mrs. Cragen - The following persons came on board, at their own request, for transportation to Unalaska, at no expense to the government: Mike Procoff, Aleck C. Procoff, George Goldoff, Mrs. Cazareoff, Mrs. Fillerette, Mrs. Cragen, all natives, there being no other means of transportation

Merid to 4pm. Light NE airs cloudy Smooth Sea. 12:10 Up anchor and Underway on various courses 12:40 East cape abeam changed course to East (psc) and so to end of watch Crew employed in general cleaning Omitted Quarters and drills. 3:55 East end Semichi Island abeam Eleven Miles dist log (29.4) C.E. Anderson Lt

4PM to 6PM. Light NE air partly cloudy Smooth Sea On course East per standard compass through out the watch. Inspected magazine, and powder sample Temp 60°-62 W.B. Huebner, Lt (jg)

6pm to 8pm - Light NW airs; partly cloudy; smooth sea; fine weather. Vessel on course East throughout watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8pm to Mid:- Calm, smooth sea, nearly clear, bright starlight. Issued 60 night rations. 11:26 (97.8) left tangent Buldir Island abeam, distant 18.0 miles. Vessel on course East by standard compass G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.


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kiska harbor alaska

Lat 55.0, Long 16.7


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27 August 1919

various courses into kiska harbor

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7

Mid to 4am. Calm. cloudy. Smooth Sea Vessel on course East (psc) throughout Watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

4AM to 8AM Calm to Light SE air, partly cloudy smooth sea Course East until 5:05 Log (48.3) changed course to SExS 7:40 Log (7:10) changed course to SE3/4S all courses per standard compas Crew employed in morning routine W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

8am to 4pm - Calm to light ESE airs; partly cloudy; fine weather. 8:05 in log (74.1); stood various courses into Kiska Harbor where anchored at 9:50 in 10 fms water with 45 fms on port chain for purpose of inspecting Government buildings. Commanding officer inspected Government buildings and property, including Navy lighter and found all in good condition; lighter somewhat weather beaten. Crew variously employed. Inspected magazine and powder sample; magazine temperatures 62° & 64°. # E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4pm to Mid - Light NE airs to moderate SE breeze; partly cloudy; smooth sea 6:00 prepared to get underway and at 7:00 up anchor and stood out of the harbor, various courses. 7:15 over log (74.1). 8:05 (81.0) stood NxE1/2E per standard compass. 9:13 (91.0) stood ENE5/8E per standard compass and so until end of watch. Issued 60 night rations. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

(#) Reenlisted Albert Fowells Reynolds as Machinist 1st class

Albert Fowells Reynolds - Reenlisted Albert Fowells Reynolds as Machinist 1st class


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at sea bering sea

Lat 52.32, Long -179.10


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28 August 1919

stopped on petrel bank

Lat 56.4, Long -5.5

Mid to 4:00am:- Moderate East breezes, partly cloudy, bright starlight, smooth sea. Vessel on course ENE5/8E (PSC) G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

4:00am to 8:00am Moderate East breeze. cloudy. Smooth Sea. Crew employed with morning routine. On course ENE5/8E (psc). 6:35 Stopped on "Petrel Bank" to fish log (68.6) 7:25 Log out underway (68.6) course ENE3/8E (psc) and so to end of watch. while taking Soundings on "Petrel Bank. lost one Sounding Machine lead overboard. C.E. Anderson Lieut

8AM to Merid Moderate Easterly to North East breeze Mostly cloudy to overcast and rain Smooth sea Course ENE3/8E per standard compass throughout the watch Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 62°-64° W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

Merid to 4pm - Fresh NE to strong ENE breezes; overcast with rain; moderate to rough sea. Omitted quarters on account of inclement weather. Vessel on course ENE3/8E throughout watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00 to 6:00pm:- Strong to fresh ENE breezes, overcast, rainy, moderate sea. Vessel on course ENE5/8E (PSC) throughout watch G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

6:00 to 8:00pm. Moderate ENE breezes. Overcast. Moderate Sea. Vessel on course ENE3/8E throughout watch. C.E. Anderson Lt

8PM to Mid Moderate ENE to Fresh breeze overcast and rain moderate Sea 8:00 changed course NExE1/2E per standard compass Log 67.3 this course through out the watch Issued 60 night rations W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)


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at sea bering sea

Lat 52.57, Long -174.97


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29 August 1919

came to anchor in nazan bay

Lat 56.4, Long 119.9

Mid to 4am - Fresh ENE breeze; overcast with rain; moderate sea. Vessel on course NExE1/2E per standard compass, throughout watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4:00 to 8:00am:- Fresh East breezes, overcast and rainy to mostly cloudy, moderate sea. 5:35 (39.3) course E1/8N (PSC) and so to end of watch. Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt

8:00am to Merid Strong East breeze., overcast. Misty passing fog banks Moderate sea. crew employed variously. 10:00 Quarters and Seamanship. On course E1/8N (psc) 8:55 log reading 66.5 changed course to SE5/8E (psc) 10:00 log (76.1) changed course to ESE1/8E psc and so to end of watch. 11:35 North Cape abeam log 88.8. 3 Miles dist. C.E. Anderson Lieut

Merid to 4pm. From light easterly breeze to calm, overcast and misty Smooth Sea, Stood various courses around Atka Island for Nazan Bay. 2:40 came to anchor in Nazan Bay, in 11 fathoms water to 30 fathoms of port chain, crew employed in getting fresh water, and various articles, property of Mr F. Cassel Government School Teacher at Atka aboard. Omitted Quarters and drills on account of Necessary work Inspected Magazine and powder Samples temp 62°-63°. C.E. Anderson Lieut

4pm to Mid; Calm. overcast and misty, Smooth Sea. Received aboard at the request of Mr F Cassel Government School Teacher at Atka three boxes of fur, for Mr Lopp Superintendent of Education for Alaska, at Seattle Washington Also one live Log, twelve live chickens and two beef to be delivered at Unalaska, also various household articles 6:45 Received aboard at their own request, Mr. F Cassel Government School Teacher at Atka Mrs Cassel and two childrens, Frances Cassel age 5, and Raymond Cassel age 4 years. for transportation to Unalaska there being no other means of transportation their Subsistence to be paid by the Bureau of Education. Issued 60 Night rations. Standing Sea Watches Ships clocks advanced one hour. C.E. Anderson Lieut

Mr. F Cassel - 6:45 Received aboard at their own request, Mr. F Cassel Government School Teacher at Atka Mrs Cassel and two childrens, Frances Cassel age 5, and Raymond Cassel age 4 years. for transportation to Unalaska there being no other means of transportation their Subsistence to be paid by the Bureau of Education

Mrs Cassel - 6:45 Received aboard at their own request, Mr. F Cassel Government School Teacher at Atka Mrs Cassel and two childrens, Frances Cassel age 5, and Raymond Cassel age 4 years. for transportation to Unalaska there being no other means of transportation their Subsistence to be paid by the Bureau of Education

Frances Cassel - 6:45 Received aboard at their own request, Mr. F Cassel Government School Teacher at Atka Mrs Cassel and two childrens, Frances Cassel age 5, and Raymond Cassel age 4 years. for transportation to Unalaska there being no other means of transportation their Subsistence to be paid by the Bureau of Education

Raymond Cassel - 6:45 Received aboard at their own request, Mr. F Cassel Government School Teacher at Atka Mrs Cassel and two childrens, Frances Cassel age 5, and Raymond Cassel age 4 years. for transportation to Unalaska there being no other means of transportation their Subsistence to be paid by the Bureau of Education


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kudugnak cape abeam 12 miles

Lat 52.42, Long -173.13


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30 August 1919

uyak islet abeam

Lat , Long

Mid to 4AM Calm fog and mist Smooth sea Standing sea watch W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

4am to 8am - Calm; foggy; smooth sea. Performed morning routine; Commenced holystoning decks. Prepared to get underway. 7:25 underway and stood out various courses. 7:30 over log (6.1) 7:41 Uyak Islet abeam (6.8) stood E1/4N per standard compass, and so to end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

8:00am to Merid:- Calm, overcast, foggy, smooth sea Inspected magazine and powder samples, temperatures 60°-62°. Commanding Officer inspected vessel. Holystoned spar deck and carried out regular Saturday cleaning. 8:20 (11.8) course NExE1/8E (PSC) and so to end of watch G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

Merid to 4pm. From Calm to light east breeze, dense fog. Smooth Sea. On course NExE1/8E (psc) 2:52 Log (71.8) changed course to NE1/8N (psc) and so to end of watch C.E. Anderson Lieut

4PM to 6PM Light East breeze. Dense fog Smooth sea Course NE1/8N per standard compass through out the watch Tested flood cocks W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

6pm to 8pm - Light easterly airs; dense fog; smooth sea. Vessel on course NE1/8N, per standard compass, throughout the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00pm to Mid:- Light East airs to gentle breezes, overcast, foggy, smooth sea. Vessel on course NE1/8N (PSC) throughout watch. Issued 60 night rations. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt


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nikolski bay umnak island

Lat 53.08, Long -168.88


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31 August 1919

three miles off nikolski umnak island

Lat 53.2, Long -168.4

Mid to 4am From gentle East breeze to moderate Easterly breeze, partly cloudy to overcast drizzling rain. Smooth Sea On course NE1/8N throughout watch 1:00 Increased to cruising speed. C.E. Anderson Lieut

4AM to 8AM Moderate East breeze overcast to mostly cloudy Smooth sea On course NE1/8N per standard compass until 4:40 changed course to E1/2S Log (82.1) 5:30 changed course to E1/2N per standard Log (88.9) 7:15 changed course to SSE per standard compass Log (4.1) so to the end of the watch. Crew employed with morning routine W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

8am to 6pm - Moderate SE gale to strong East breeze; partly cloudy to overcast with fog and rain; smooth sea. Stood various courses in to an anchorage three miles off Nikolski, Umnak Island, where at 11:00 came to in 24 fms water with 75 fms on port chain, having taken in the log at 10:55, reading (34.5) 1:00 sent boat ashore with an officer to bring off the crew of the wrecked schooner "Lettie"; ship's surgeon went ashore to inspect the village and to give such medical treatment as required by the natives. 3:00 boat returned; Mr. S. Applegate came aboard for transportation to Unalaska, at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 57° & 58° E.A. Coffin, Captain

schooner "Lettie" - 1:00 sent boat ashore with an officer to bring off the crew of the wrecked schooner "Lettie"

Mr. S. Applegate - came aboard for transportation to Unalaska, at no expense to the Government, there being no other means of transportation

6PM to 8PM Fresh East to SE breeze overcast and rain moderate sea 6:00 Up anchor and under way from Nikolski Umnak island standin various courses 6:05 Streamed Log (34.5) 6:25 South end of Ananiuliak Island abeam Log (37.0) 1.0 mile distance set course NNW1/2W so to the end of the watch W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

8pm to Mid - Strong ESE breeze; overcast with rain; moderate sea. Issued 60 night rations. 11:25 (67.0) stood NE, per standard compass, and so to end of watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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F. G. Dodge Senior Captain - San Anselmo, California

T. G. Lewton Capt. of Engrs - 16 Vernon St., Oakland, Calif.

W. K. Thompson Captain - 1424 Harrison Ave., Oakland, Calif.

E. A. Coffin Captain - 1224 East 52nd St., Chicago, Ill.

G. W. MacLane 1st Lieut - c/o J.H. Miller, 1304 F. St NW, Wash., DC

C. E. Anderson Lieutenant - 810 Spruce St., Seattle, Wash.

E. W. Scott Lieutenant - 907 Mac Street, San Francisco, Calif.

F. H. Johnson Lieut (jg) - Carrizozo, New Mexico.

W. B. Huebner Lieut (jg) - 1453 West 52nd St., Los Angeles, Cal.

S. B. Johnsen Boatswain - 536 Montgomery St, Charleston, Wash.

F. C. C. Greene Gunner - 304 East Olive St., Seattle, Wash.

K. P. Floe Machinist - Vashon Island, Puget Sound, Wash.

N. Brunila Carpenter - Vashon Island, Puget Sound, Wash.


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LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1919


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at sea bering sea

Lat 53.85, Long -167.55


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1 September 1919

various courses around cape cheerful into unalaska bay

Lat 54.0, Long -166.7

Mid to 4:00am:- Strong ESE breezes to moderate gale, overcast, rainy, moderate to rough sea. Vessel on course NE (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

4am to 8am. Strong gale overcast. rough Sea. crew employed with morning routine Vessel on course NE (psc) 5:00 Sighet Bogoslof Island, log (97.2) bearing ExN1/2N (psc) 6 Miles dist changed course to East (psc) 7:10 Log reading 10.4 changed course to NE5/8E (psc) and so to end of watch C.E. Anderson Lt

8AM to Merid Fresh ESE gale to Strong East breeze overcast and rain to mostly cloudy Rough sea to Moderate Course NE5/8E per standard compass through out the watch Inspected Magazine and powder sample Temp. 56°-58° W.B. Huebner. Lt jg

Merid to 4pm - Strong easterly breeze and fresh gale to light SE airs; mostly cloudy; moderate to smooth sea. Stood various courses around Cape Cheerful into Unalaska Bay and at 3:30 made fast to wharf at Unalaska, having taken in the log at 3:00, reading (63.5). Delivered mail from Attu and Atka to postmaster, Unalaska. Quarters omitted on account of holyday. Rated C. Grognet, coal heaver to fireman. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

C. Grognet, coal heaver - Rated C. Grognet, coal heaver to fireman

4PM to Mid Light SE breeze to Light SE air partly cloudy All passengers from Attu and Atka and Nikolski with their personal effects landed ashore. Three packages from Mr Sommerville at Attu delivered to Mr Bolshanon Unalaska Landed and delivered to Mr. Frank Cassel, all freight from Atka, belonging to the Native Store and Bureau of Education W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 103 tons - Fuel Received 103 tons - lbs Expended 3 tons 580 lbs Remaining 211 tons 920 lbs


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2 September 1919

Mid to 9AM Light South breeze to Gentle SE breeze partly cloudy to passing showers Crew employed with rigging ship for coaling Draft of vessel befor coaling 12'-6" forward 14'-3" aft W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

9am to 4pm - Gentle to light SE breeze; overcast with passing showers and mist. 9:00 commenced coaling. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 62° and 64°. 4:00 suspended coaling for the day having taken on board 103 tons of steaming coal. E.A. Coffin, Captain

coal: 103 tons - 4:00 suspended coaling for the day having taken on board 103 tons of steaming coal

4pm to Mid - Light SE breeze; overcast to mostly cloudy. E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 51 tons - Fuel Received 51 tons Expended 4 tons 1140 lbs Remaining 257 tons 2020 lbs


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3 September 1919

Mid to 9am - Light SE breeze to airs; mostly cloudy. 7:00 resumed coaling ship. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light SW airs, mostly cloudy to overcast, men employed coaling ship. 10:50 finished coaling having received this day 51 tons steaming coal from Alaska Commercial Company. Draft after coaling 14'-6" forward - 14'-4" aft. Cleaned ship after coaling. Men employed in handling stores. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 62°-66°. 3:25 Received following radiogram "Proceed soon as possible to Kvichak and take such action as circumstances warrant to assist cannery people reestablish order and move catch acknowledge 11103. Coast Guard" Omitted quarters and drills on account of coaling. Engineers force employed in repairing leaky nipples on forward boiler. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

coal: 51 tons - 10:50 finished coaling having received this day 51 tons steaming coal from Alaska Commercial Company

4:00pm to Mid:- Light SW airs, overcast. 10:35 USS Nanshan anchored in harbor. 11:58 sent following radiogram "Coast Guard, Washington. 11103 - 16103. Dodge"

USS Nanshan - 10:35 USS Nanshan anchored in harbor


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unalaska alaska

Lat 55.03, Long -164.53


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4 September 1919

priest rock abeam 2 miles dist

Lat 53.9, Long -165.6

Mid to 9:00am:- Light SW airs, overcast. Morning duties performed. Prepared to get underway. Received one package of mail from Post Master Unalaska for delivery to Post Master Naknek. Received from USS Nanshan box containing reducing valve that had been shipped to the vessel from US Coast Guard store, San Francisco, Calif. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

USS Nanshan - Received from USS Nanshan box containing reducing valve that had been shipped to the vessel from US Coast Guard store, San Francisco, Calif.

9am to Merid. Moderate SW breeze. overcast. Moderate Sea Crew employed Securing for sea. 9:10 Left wharf at Unalaska and stood various courses out Unalaska bay. 10:30 Priest rock abeam 2 miles dist log (72.1) changed course NNE3/8E (psc) and so to end of watch. 9:30 Sent following radiogram to Coast Guard headquarters Washington DC "Unalga Sailed for Kvichak Bay 9am Sept 4th" Signed Dodge 11:10 Set fore and main staysails 12:00 Lava point bearing ExS (psc) course NNE3/8E (psc) C.E. Anderson Lt

Merid to 4PM Fresh SW breeze, mostly cloudy moderate sea Crew employed with various work about ship Vessel on course NNE7/8E per standard compass throughout the watch, with stay sails set Omitted quarters and drill account of necessary work. Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 62°-64° 1:35 Akun Head abeam Log (1.8) distance 7 1/2 miles W.B. Huebner. Lt jg

4pm to 6pm - Fresh SW breeze; overcast; moderate sea. Vessel on course NNE7/8E, per standard compass, all sail set, throughout watch. Passed 3 masted bark in tow of a cannery tender and 3 masted ship under sail, bound for Unimak Pass. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

6:00 to 8:00pm:- Fresh SW breezes, overcast, moderate sea. Vessel on course NNE7/8E (PSC) throughout watch. Staysails set G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

8PM to Mid Moderate SW breeze, overcast, moderate Sea 8:00 changed course to NNE5/8E (psc) and so to end of watch Issued 60 night rations C.E. Anderson Lt


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at sea bering sea

Lat 56.62, Long -161.12


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5 September 1919

Mid to 4AM Moderate SW breeze overcast Moderate sea Vessel on course NNE5/8E (psc) 2:05 changed course NExN Log (12.6) per standard compass so to end of watch W.B. Huebner Lt (jg)

4am to 8am - Moderate to gentle SW breeze; overcast; moderate sea. Performed morning routine duties. Vessel on course NExN throughout the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00am to Merid:- Gentle SW breezes, mostly cloudy, smooth sea. Vessel on course NExN (PSC) throughout watch. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 60°-62°. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work. Men employed variously. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

Merid to 4pm. Gentle South air to light SE airs Mostly cloudy Smooth Sea Vessel on course NExN (psc) through out watch. crew employed in general cleaning. C.E. Anderson Lieut

4PM to 6PM Light SE airs partly cloudy Smooth sea 4:00PM changed course NNE1/2E per standard compass so throughout watch Log 36.4 W.B. Huebner. Lt jg

6pm to 8pm - Light East airs; partly cloudy; smooth sea; fine weather. Vessel on course NNE1/2E per standard compass, throughout the watch. E.A. Coffin, Captain

8:00pm to Mid:- Light East airs, partly cloudy, moon light, smooth sea. Issued 60 night rations. Vessel on course NNE1/2E (PSC) throughout watch. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.


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at sea bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3


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6 September 1919

up kvichak bay to mouth of naknek river

Lat 29.5, Long 35.0

Mid to 4am Light ESE to light East airs, cloudy. Smooth Sea Course NNE1/2E (psc) throughout watch took Soundings every half hour during watch C.E. Anderson Lt

4AM to 8AM Light East air partly to mostly cloudy Smooth sea Crew employed in Saturday morning routine. On course NNE1/2E 4:15 changed course to NxW Log 36.5 this to the end of the watch courses per standard compass 5:55 Cap Greig abeam Log 24. W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

8am to 4pm - Light East airs to SE airs; mostly cloudy to overcast; smooth sea. Stood various courses up Kvichak Bay to mouth of Naknek River where at 12:46 anchored in 7 1/2 fms water with 60 fms on port chain, having taken in the log at 12:10, reading (71.2). 1:05 Tug "Arnold G" came alongside and a board consisting of Senior Captain F.G. Dodge, Captain W.K. Thompson, Lieutenant G.W. MacLane and Lieutenant C.E. Anderson proceeded to the ship "Abner Coburn", of San Francisco, anchored nearby, for the purpose of surveying her to determine her seaworthlyness. 2:30 board returned; the results of the survey of the "Coburn" were as follows: Rigging and running gear, all right; ground tackle and head gear, all right; frames timbers and beams, sound; fore peak and bilges dry, showed no appearance of having ever been wet; pumps washed by either gas engine, or steam engine, at will; last pumped out fuly 15th, pumps sucked at 7 1/2 inches; at 2:05pm on September 6th, 9 inches of water in the bilges; she carrys 8 boats with a capacity of 43 men each and 3 boats with a capacity of 10 each, making a total boat capacity of 374 men; total number of crew and passengers, 320 souls. (EAC) Crew holystoned decks and washed down. Inspected magazine and powder sample; tested flood cock; temperatures 61° and 62°. Commanding officer inspected the vessel. 2:40 veered to 75 fms on port chain. E.A. Coffin Captain

Tug "Arnold G" - 1:05 Tug "Arnold G" came alongside and a board consisting of Senior Captain F.G. Dodge, Captain W.K. Thompson, Lieutenant G.W. MacLane and Lieutenant C.E. Anderson proceeded to the ship "Abner Coburn", of San Francisco, anchored nearby, for the purpose of surveying her to determine her seaworthlyness

Captain W.K. Thompson - 1:05 Tug "Arnold G" came alongside and a board consisting of Senior Captain F.G. Dodge, Captain W.K. Thompson, Lieutenant G.W. MacLane and Lieutenant C.E. Anderson proceeded to the ship "Abner Coburn", of San Francisco, anchored nearby, for the purpose of surveying her to determine her seaworthlyness

Senior Captain F.G. Dodge - 1:05 Tug "Arnold G" came alongside and a board consisting of Senior Captain F.G. Dodge, Captain W.K. Thompson, Lieutenant G.W. MacLane and Lieutenant C.E. Anderson proceeded to the ship "Abner Coburn", of San Francisco, anchored nearby, for the purpose of surveying her to determine her seaworthlyness

Lieutenant C.E. Anderson - 1:05 Tug "Arnold G" came alongside and a board consisting of Senior Captain F.G. Dodge, Captain W.K. Thompson, Lieutenant G.W. MacLane and Lieutenant C.E. Anderson proceeded to the ship "Abner Coburn", of San Francisco, anchored nearby, for the purpose of surveying her to determine her seaworthlyness

Lieutenant G.W. MacLane - 1:05 Tug "Arnold G" came alongside and a board consisting of Senior Captain F.G. Dodge, Captain W.K. Thompson, Lieutenant G.W. MacLane and Lieutenant C.E. Anderson proceeded to the ship "Abner Coburn", of San Francisco, anchored nearby, for the purpose of surveying her to determine her seaworthlyness

ship "Abner Coburn" - 1:05 Tug "Arnold G" came alongside and a board consisting of Senior Captain F.G. Dodge, Captain W.K. Thompson, Lieutenant G.W. MacLane and Lieutenant C.E. Anderson proceeded to the ship "Abner Coburn", of San Francisco, anchored nearby, for the purpose of surveying her to determine her seaworthlyness

4pm to Mid - Light SE airs to fresh SE breeze; overcast with rain last part. 6:30 Senior Captain F.G. Dodge and Captain W.K. Thompson accompained by Lieutenant C.E. Anderson went ashore to interview fishermen, cannery workers and the crew of the "Abner Coburn". E.A. Coffin, Captain

Senior Captain F.G. Dodge - 6:30 Senior Captain F.G. Dodge and Captain W.K. Thompson accompained by Lieutenant C.E. Anderson went ashore to interview fishermen, cannery workers and the crew of the "Abner Coburn"

Captain W.K. Thompson - 6:30 Senior Captain F.G. Dodge and Captain W.K. Thompson accompained by Lieutenant C.E. Anderson went ashore to interview fishermen, cannery workers and the crew of the "Abner Coburn"

Lieutenant C.E. Anderson - 6:30 Senior Captain F.G. Dodge and Captain W.K. Thompson accompained by Lieutenant C.E. Anderson went ashore to interview fishermen, cannery workers and the crew of the "Abner Coburn"


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naknek alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5


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7 September 1919

Mid to 9am - Fresh to moderate SE breezes; overcast with rain. Performed morning routine duties.

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moderate to fresh SE breezes, overcast. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 62°-64°. 11:50 Commanding officer and other officers returned having interviewed fishermen, leaving Lieutenant C.E. Anderson at the cannery to keep the commanding Officer informed by radio as to conditions. It was ascertained at a mass meeting of the fishermen and a major portion of the Orientals gang that these men would not leave for the states, except on a steamer and upon their own assertion that they would submit to arrest and imprisonment rather than proceed otherwise than indicated above. Furthermore, that, to date, these men have committed no overt act against the cannery, except in that they refused to proceed aboard the "Abner Coburn". Delivered mail for Naknek. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

4:00pm to Mid:- Strong to fresh SE breezes, overcast. 8:00 veered to 90 fathom port chain. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt


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naknek alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5


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8 September 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Moderate SE breezes, overcast. Morning duties performed. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

9AM to 4PM Moderate to Fresh South breeze. Passing showers to rain overcast Choppy sea Crew employed in shellacing main deck chipping waterways Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp 63°-65° Omitted quarters and drills account of inclement weather. R. Harrington seaman quarantined two week for smoking on quarter deck. W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

R. Harrington seaman - quarantined two week for smoking on quarter deck

4PM to Mid Fresh South breeze overcast and rain to partly cloudy choppy sea 6:20 Received following radiogram Coast Guard Headquarters. Radio Coast Guard Cutter Unalga Cordova Alaska. 14007 Headquarters concurs your opinion and has taken matter up with Libbyville company along these lines in Manintaining order and do anything within reason to clear situation 13008. Coast Guard. W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)


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naknek alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5


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9 September 1919

Mid to 9AM Strong South breeze to Fresh SSE breeze Rain and fog Smooth sea Crew employed in morning routine W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

9am to 4pm - Fresh SSE to moderate SW breezes; overcast with fog and rain. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 63° & 65° Deck force variously employed under cover. Omitted quarters on account of inclement weather. E.A. Coffin, Captain

4pm to Mid - Moderate to gentle SW breeze; overcast with rain to partly cloudy. E.A. Coffin, Captain.


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naknek alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5


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10 September 1919

Mid to 9am - Gentle to moderate SW breezes; partly cloudy to overcast with rain. Performed morning routine duties. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moderate SW to South breezes, overcast partly cloudy. 10:40 two members of the Board for Survey of the "Abner Coburn", repaired on board that vessel and sounded bilges. There were 9 3/4 inches of water, a gain of one quarter of one inch since 2:05pm September 6, 1919, the pumps not having been used between these dates. The vessel during this time has been anchored in a tideway and a South East gale blowing with choppy weather. Commanding Officer went ashore to investigate condition at Libbyville. Men employed variously. 2:30 quarters followed by signal drill. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 64°-66° G.W. MacLane 1st Lt

"Abner Coburn" - 10:40 two members of the Board for Survey of the "Abner Coburn", repaired on board that vessel and sounded bilges

4:00pm to Mid:- Moderate South breezes, overcast, rainy. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.


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kvichak bay off naknek alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 35.0


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11 September 1919

Mid to 9:00am:- Gentle SE breezes to light ESE airs, overcast to partly cloudy, foggy Morning duties performed G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

9AM to 4PM Light North breeze to Moderate overcast Crew employed in cleaning and red-leading ship where necessary 4:00 Commanding officer this vessel returned on board. Sent following Radiogram Coast Guard Headquarters. Coast Guard, Washington. Conditions at Libbyville the same. Have had three more conferences with crew of Coburn and cannery hands offered to tow Coburn to Unalaska and take sixty of the men on the Unalga all I could take if balance of them would go aboard Coburn as for as Unalaska and then to be taken from Unalaska to Seattle by steamer, but they Absolutely refused the men are quiet and orderly but firm in their decision not to go on board the Coburn and not to leave here except on a steamer shall await further instructions #17311 Inspected magazine and powder sample Temp. 63°-66° Omitted quarters and drills account of necessary work W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

4PM to Mid Gentle North breeze Mostly Cloudy to overcast W.B. Huebner. Lt jg


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naknek alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5


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12 September 1919

Mid to 9AM Fresh North breeze. Partly cloudy Crew employed in morning routine W.B. Huebner. Lt (jg)

9am to 4pm - Fresh North to strong NW breeze; partly cloudy. Inspected magazine and powder sample; temperatures 62° & 66°. Deck force touching up all red-leaded spots about decks. Omitted quarters and drills on account of necessary work. Aired bedding. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

4pm to Mid - Fresh NW breeze; partly cloudy to nearly overcast. 4:45 Cannery tender "Haller" came alongside and the commanding officer went ashore to investigate conditions at Libbyville. A wicker fender, which had been placed between the ship's side and the "Haller" rolled over the wardroom airport between frames numbers 66 and 67 on the starboard side, breaking the airport glass and pushing in the upper part of the plate about 1/2 or 3/4 of an inch; lost the fender over board. E.A. Coffin, Captain

Cannery tender "Haller" - 4:45 Cannery tender "Haller" came alongside and the commanding officer went ashore to investigate conditions at Libbyville


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naknek alaska

Lat 35.0, Long 138.5


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13 September 1919

Mid to 9am - Fresh NW to light South breezes; mostly cloudy to overcast. Put in new airport glass in wardroom airport damaged yesterday. Performed morning duties. E.A. Coffin, Captain.

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Light variable airs, partly cloudy. Inspected magazine and powder sample, temperatures 64°-66° - tested flood cock. Carried out routine cleaning Prepared ship to tow "Abner Coburn" and to receive on board cannery men. G.W. MacLane 1st Lt.

"Abner Coburn" - Prepared ship to tow "Abner Coburn" and to receive on board cannery men

4:00pm to Mid:- Moderate North breezes, partly cloudy. Commanding Officer returned on board at 6:20 after 23 hours conference with disaffected sailors and cannery employees of Libby, McNeil & Libby, at Libbyville. The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey - The balance of men were placed on board of the "Abner Coburn", this vessel to tow "Abner Coburn" to Unalaska. All except monthly men to be sent to Seattle from Unalaska at expense of Libby, McNeil & Libby. Lieutenant C.E. Anderson detailed for duty on "Abner Coburn" until arrival at Unalaska to represent Commanding Officer and to preserve order. Issued 92 rations to the above men. G.W. MacLane, 1st Lt.

J. Sisto - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

Paul Molino - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

P. Algere - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

P. Patterson - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

F. Aliano - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

P. Santamarie - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

Paul Pappas - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Locastro - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Molino - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

A. Sangiomino - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

E. Johnson - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Kekois - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Janson - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

B. Roublado - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

D. Pugliese - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

F. Elo - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

F. Camba - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

S. Pulicano - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Lagus - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Jackson - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

G. Campagna - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

D. Severaie - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

E. Madsen - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

E. Imeroni - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

S. Colombo - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

A. Enoksen - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Winthis - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

G. Hendrison - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

H. Selenius - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

R. Lo Porto - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

L. Manescalco - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Bassani - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Felice - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

A. Anderson - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

A. Lazzro - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

G. Mirmi - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

G. Fantero - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

A. Fisio - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

F. Norberg - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

F. Naki - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

M. Iannuzzi - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

P. Mondello - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

Ch. Alia - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

F. Binisimis - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Hanhela - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

H. Wuodila - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

C. Oster - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Iannuzzi - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

N. Bertino - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

A. Olsen - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

R. Lae - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Johnson - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

L. Montablano - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Bellege - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

G. Johnson - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

E. Angelo - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Wilson - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Schovler - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

J. Zammaritano - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. Vaccarino - J. Giamboni - B. Johnson - S. Pappas - J. Pahis - M Frank - C. Kolas J. Bulgario - P. Velliotis - G. Puhakka - A. Mimen - J. Urjale - J. Amglio - L. Castello - G. Tenison - G. Stralnak - Jim Granourey

G. Helin - The following men composed of crew of "Abner Coburn", fishermen, and beachgang men, employed by Libby, McNeil and Libby, at Libbyville, came on board for passage to Unalaska Paul Molino - F. Aliano - P. Algere - P. Patterson - J. Sisto - P. Santamarie - J. Molino - A. Sangiomino - J. Locastro - Paul Pappas - E. Johnson - J. Kekois - J. Janson F. Camba - B. Roublado - S. Pulicano - D. Pugliese - F. Elo - J. Lagus - J. Jackson E. Imeroni - S. Colombo - D. Severaie - G. Campagna - A. Enoksen - E. Madsen - J. Winthis R. Lo Porto - L. Manescalco - G. Hendrison - J. Bassani - J. Felice - H. Selenius - A. Anderson G. Fantero - A. Fisio - A. Lazzro - M. Iannuzzi - F. Norberg - F. Naki - G. Mirmi - Ch. Alia - P. Mondello - F. Binisimis - J. Iannuzzi - J. Hanhela - H. Wuodila - C. Oster - N. Bertino - L. Montablano - A. Olsen - J. Bellege - G. Johnson - R. Lae - J. Johnson E. Angelo - J. Zammaritano - J. Wilson - J. Schovler - G. Helin - F. Martin - C. Nelson S. Rappa - J. Meno - S. Karas - E. Pappas - P. Baclurina - K. Baclurina - O. Demiano - A. Lucedo - G. Palas - P. Pappas - J. Mint - A. Balsted - M. Konvidsos J. V