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LOG BOOK – JANUARY 1st 1927 TO JUNE 30th 1927


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R. C. Weightman Lt. Comdr - Jueanu Alaska, 6th Ave. off Main St. Mrs. R.C. Weightman wife same address, Phone 247

L. W. Perkins Lt. Comdr - Spickett Apts. Juneau Alaska. Phone 5901 Mrs. L.W. Perkins wife, same address.

W. H. Jacobson Ensign (T) - On board. 969-21th Ave. Seattle, Wn. Mrs. Carrie Jacobson mother, same address.

A. J. Craig Ensign (T) - Spickett Apts. Juneau Alaska. Phone 1682. Mrs. Jean Craig, wife, same address.

William Bowman Ensign (T) - On board. 949 Amalia Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. J. Bowman, mother, same address.

G. A. Lurie A.Asst.Surg. USPHS - On board. 401 Jackson Ave. River Forest Ill. Albert Lurie, brother, same address.

A. B. Eriksen Boatswain - Fairmount Hotel 1st Ave & Pine St. Seattle Mrs. Ella Eriksen, wife, same address.

J. Van Heuveln Machinist - Lynda Hotel phone 123. Juneau Alaska Mrs. Nina Van Heuveln, wife, same address

H. W. Parker Gunner (T) - Caro Apts. Juneau Alaska Mrs. Nina Parker, wife, same address

E. E. Johnson Carpenter (T) - On board Mrs. Najero, mother; Lappjard, Finland

F. B. Cottrell Pay Clerk (T) - Sequim, Washington. Mrs. Anna Cottrell, wife, same address.


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LOGS FOR JANUARY 1927


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr. Cottrell Mr. Parker Kramer Scott. Discharged Almero


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1 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c and Charles T Burget, Sea 2c were detailed to duty in the berth deck as messmen in the place of Curtis W. Tansey, Sea 2c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c who were relieved. Leo J. Baptie, F 2c was relieved of duty as a messman and James Frank Brown, F 2c was assigned to that duty. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c - Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c and Charles T Burget, Sea 2c were detailed to duty in the berth deck as messmen in the place of Curtis W. Tansey, Sea 2c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c who were relieved

Charles T Burget, Sea 2c - Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c and Charles T Burget, Sea 2c were detailed to duty in the berth deck as messmen in the place of Curtis W. Tansey, Sea 2c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c who were relieved

Curtis W. Tansey, Sea 2c - Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c and Charles T Burget, Sea 2c were detailed to duty in the berth deck as messmen in the place of Curtis W. Tansey, Sea 2c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c who were relieved

Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c - Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c and Charles T Burget, Sea 2c were detailed to duty in the berth deck as messmen in the place of Curtis W. Tansey, Sea 2c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c who were relieved

Leo J. Baptie, F 2c - Leo J. Baptie, F 2c was relieved of duty as a messman and James Frank Brown, F 2c was assigned to that duty

James Frank Brown, F 2c - Leo J. Baptie, F 2c was relieved of duty as a messman and James Frank Brown, F 2c was assigned to that duty

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time except Leo J. Baptie, F 2c, who returned at 11:00. 11:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am, tomorrow. * 2:55 Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c, left the ship while restricted from liberty and in direct disobedience to orders given him by the quartermaster on watch (Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c) Observed this day as a legal holiday. *11:00 Honorably discharged Senando G. Almero, Off. Std. 3c, upon expiration of terms of enlistment, paid in full to date; Honorable Discharge No. 33637. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

Leo J. Baptie, F 2c - 10:00 Liberty party returned on time except Leo J. Baptie, F 2c, who returned at 11:00

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - 2:55 Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c, left the ship while restricted from liberty and in direct disobedience to orders given him by the quartermaster on watch (Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c)

Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c - 2:55 Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c, left the ship while restricted from liberty and in direct disobedience to orders given him by the quartermaster on watch (Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c)

Senando G. Almero, Off. Std. 3c - 11:00 Honorably discharged Senando G. Almero, Off. Std. 3c, upon expiration of terms of enlistment, paid in full to date; Honorable Discharge No. 33637

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 5:50 Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c, returned from 2 hours and 55 minutes absence without leave. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - returned from 2 hours and 55 minutes absence without leave


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr. Cottrell Mr. Parker Kramer Scott


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2 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock at Juneau Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

9:00am to Meridian Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. 10:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Observed Sunday William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr. Cottrell Kramer Scott. Returned Mr. Parker Enlisted Gaviola


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3 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees 8:00 held boat drill under oars. 8:15 Santiago M. Cezar, M.Att 1c was found sleeping in the ~ room in the Cabin. * 8:45 William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Santiago M. Cezar, M.Att 1c - was found sleeping in the ~ room in the Cabin

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperatures normal 9:30 Held quarters for muster followed by pistol drill for petty officers 10:00 Gunner (T) H.W. Parker returned from 10 days' leave of absence. 11:00 The commanding officer held mast and directed that Phillip W. Anderson Sea 2c be restricted to the ship for 30 day's commencing January 6 and to be shackled to the upper engine room gratings each night with leg irons, for safe keeping, for offense noted January 1st, 1927. Leo J. Baptie, F 2c was also at mast and was warned by the commanding officer for offense noted January 1, 1927. 11:15 Received four boxes of medical stores on Government bill of lading number WGA1476138. Tomas Gaviola was enlisted this date as a Mess Attendant 2nd class for a period of three years on a special temporary enlistment; original enlistment W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Gunner (T) H.W. Parker - returned from 10 days' leave of absence

Phillip W. Anderson Sea 2c - 11:00 The commanding officer held mast and directed that Phillip W. Anderson Sea 2c be restricted to the ship for 30 day's commencing January 6 and to be shackled to the upper engine room gratings each night with leg irons, for safe keeping, for offense noted January 1st, 1927. Leo J. Baptie, F 2c was also at mast and was warned by the commanding officer for offense noted January 1, 1927

Leo J. Baptie, F 2c - 11:00 The commanding officer held mast and directed that Phillip W. Anderson Sea 2c be restricted to the ship for 30 day's commencing January 6 and to be shackled to the upper engine room gratings each night with leg irons, for safe keeping, for offense noted January 1st, 1927. Leo J. Baptie, F 2c was also at mast and was warned by the commanding officer for offense noted January 1, 1927

Tomas Gaviola - was enlisted this date as a Mess Attendant 2nd class for a period of three years on a special temporary enlistment; original enlistment

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

*The following named men were placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer; Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c, Floyd Smith, F 1c. Santiago M. Cezar, M.Att 1c was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer, for a disease due to his own misconduct, no pay accrue after this date.

Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c - The following named men were placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer:- Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c, Floyd Smith, F 1c

Floyd Smith, F 1c - The following named men were placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer:- Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c, Floyd Smith, F 1c

Santiago M. Cezar, M.Att 1c - was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer, for a disease due to his own misconduct, no pay accrue after this date


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr. Cottrell Kramer Returned Scott Extra in General Mess Cezar


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4 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock at Juneau Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. * 9:30 Held quarters for muster followed by gun and signal drill. *9:15 Walter Scott, Sea 1c, returned from leave of absence on time. From and including this date Santiago M. Cezar, M.Att. 1c will received rations from General Mess and will not be carried for commuted rations until restored to duty; this by order of the Commanding Officer. Deck force employed chipping and painting overhead paintwork about the main deck and making new boat griper. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

Walter Scott, Sea 1c - returned from leave of absence on time

Santiago M. Cezar, M.Att. 1c - From and including this date Santiago M. Cezar, M.Att. 1c will received rations from General Mess and will not be carried for commuted rations until restored to duty; this by order of the Commanding Officer

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr. Cottrell Kramer Left on leave Capt. Weightman Candelano. Extra in General Mess Cezar


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5 January 1926

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held fire drill. 9:34 held collision drill. 2:00 Commanding officer Lieut Commander R.C. Weightman, left the ship 10 days leave of absence granted by Northern Division's telegram January 4, 1926 (9904-1000). Deck force employed chipping and painting about the main deck. Received from Headquarters 4 copies of the annual report of the Coast Guard, 1926. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Lieut Commander R.C. Weightman - 2:00 Commanding officer Lieut Commander R.C. Weightman, left the ship 10 days leave of absence granted by Northern Division's telegram January 4, 1926 (9904-1000)

4:00PM to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 4:30 Marcos Candelano, M.Att 1c left the ship on 10 days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Marcos Candelano, M.Att 1c - left the ship on 10 days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Mr Cottrell Kramer Candalerio Extra in General Mess Cezar


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6 January 1926

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned; no absentees. 9:00 Arthur L. Bowman SC 1c, failed to returned from watch stander's liberty and is absent without leave from this time. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Arthur L. Bowman SC 1c - failed to returned from watch stander's liberty and is absent without leave from this time

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 Held quarters for muster followed by infantry drill on shore. 10:00 Arthur L. Bowman SC 1c returned aboard being 1 hour absent without leave. 11:00 Commanding officer held mast in the case of Arthur L Bowman, SC 1c and directed that he lose one liberty for offense noted above. 2:30 Hauled ship astern to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's Dock and made preparations for coaling. Deck force employed chipping and painting on the main deck and in the cock pit, and making preparations for coaling. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Arthur L. Bowman SC 1c - returned aboard being 1 hour absent without leave

Arthur L Bowman, SC 1c - 11:00 Commanding officer held mast in the case of Arthur L Bowman, SC 1c and directed that he lose one liberty for offense noted above

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Mr. Cottrell Candalerio Returned Kramer Extra in General Mess Cezar

coal: 246400 - Coal Received 246400 Expended 7200 On hand 590080


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7 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's Dock, Juneau Alaska. 7:00 Commenced coaling ship. Ships draft before coaling 13'10" aft and 13'3" forward. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, no absentees. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above, receiving coal. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:20 Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c returned from leave of absence on time. 11:30 Prendy Powell QM 1c returned on board from approximately two hours absence without leave for which offence he was sentenced, by the Commanding Officer at Mast, to be deprived of three liberties. 12:20 Finished coaling ship, having received from the Pacific Coast Coal Company 110 long tons of coal this date. Ship's draft after coaling 14'3" forward and 14'3" aft. 1:20 Hauled ship ahead with lines to usual position at the Alaska Steamship Company's dock. 2:00 Commenced cleaning after coaling. Deck force employed coalings hip and cleaning after coaling. Quarters and drills omitted on account of work incident to coaling ship. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c - returned from leave of absence on time

Prendy Powell QM 1c - returned on board from approximately two hours absence without leave for which offence he was sentenced, by the Commanding Officer at Mast, to be deprived of three liberties

coal: 110 long tons - 12:20 Finished coaling ship, having received from the Pacific Coast Coal Company 110 long tons of coal this date

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Mr. Cottrell Candalerio Extra in General Mess Cezar


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8 January 1926

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, no absentees. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. 10:30 held general muster 10:45 commanding officer inspected the vessel throughout. 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Deck force employed cleaning stations for inspection. Permanent Hull Board, Lt Comdr L.W. Perkins, senior member met at 11:00am and adjourned at 12:15pm. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Lt Comdr L.W. Perkins - Permanent Hull Board, Lt Comdr L.W. Perkins, senior member met at 11:00am and adjourned at 12:15pm

4:00pm to midnight Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Mr. Cottrell Candalerio Extra in General Mess Cezar


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9 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Companys dock Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. 10:15 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Crew observed Sunday. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above, watch uneventful. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Mr. Cottrell Candalerio Extra in General Mess Cezar Left on leave Lundberg


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10 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:00 Held boat drill under oars. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by abandon ship drill. Deck force employed spotting paint about the spar deck and cleaning and chipping paint about the main deck A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 4:30 Allan L. Lundberg CBM (a) left the ship on one day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 5:45 George L. Grabbe QM 3c was placed on the binnacle list. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Allan L. Lundberg CBM (a) - left the ship on one day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

George L. Grabbe QM 3c - was placed on the binnacle list


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Mr Cottrell Candalerio Lundberg Extra in General Mess Cezar


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11 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock, Juneau, Alaska, Carried out the morning routine: 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c was returned to duty. 9:30 held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. Deck force employed spotting paint about the spar deck, making gripes and boat fenders. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c - was returned to duty

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Mr. Cottrell Candalerio Returned Lundberg Extra in General Mess Cezar.


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12 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Allan L. Lundberg CBM (a) returned from one days' leave of absence on time. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. 8:45 Santiago M. Cezar M.Att 1c was taken off the binnacle list and restored to duty this date; pay accrues on and after January 13, 1927 William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Allan L. Lundberg CBM (a) - returned from one days' leave of absence on time

Santiago M. Cezar M.Att 1c - was taken off the binnacle list and restored to duty this date; pay accrues on and after January 13, 1927

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 Held quarters following by first aid lecture by medical officer. The ratings of Floyd Smith, F 1c and Cyrus L. Knight F 1c were changed to WT 2c this date. Deck force employed making boat fenders, gripes, spotting paintwork, scrubbing paintwork and handling stores. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Floyd Smith, F 1c - The ratings of Floyd Smith, F 1c and Cyrus L. Knight F 1c were changed to WT 2c this date

Cyrus L. Knight F 1c - The ratings of Floyd Smith, F 1c and Cyrus L. Knight F 1c were changed to WT 2c this date

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Held night signal drill for deck petty officers. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Candalerio Returned Mr. Cottrell Discharged Powell Goodrick


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13 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. * 8:30 Pay Clerk (T) F.B. Cottrell returned from one month's leave of absence on time. *8:00 Regular liberty party returned, no absentees 8:45 William O. Koski, Sea 1c was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer for a disease due to his own misconduct, no pay accrues on or after January 14, 1927. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Pay Clerk (T) F.B. Cottrell - returned from one month's leave of absence on time

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer for a disease due to his own misconduct, no pay accrues on or after January 14, 1927

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by infantry drill on shore. Honorably discharged Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Honorable Discharge No 33638 and Charles Goodrick, GM 2c, Honorable Discharge No 33639 upon expiration of full terms of enlistment; paid each in full to date, * Deck force employed making boat gripes, cleaning and chipping paint about the main deck, scrubbing canvas and making boat fenders. *including milage to point of enlistment A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

Prendy Powell, QM 1c - Honorably discharged Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Honorable Discharge No 33638 and Charles Goodrick, GM 2c, Honorable Discharge No 33639 upon expiration of full terms of enlistment; paid each in full to date

Charles Goodrick, GM 2c - Honorably discharged Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Honorable Discharge No 33638 and Charles Goodrick, GM 2c, Honorable Discharge No 33639 upon expiration of full terms of enlistment; paid each in full to date

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Candalerio Reenlisted Powell Goodrick Left on leave Powell Goodrick


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14 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, no absentees. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters followed by fire and collision drills. Re-enlisted Prendy Powell as Quartermaster first class for a period of one year, regular enlistment. 1:00 Prendy Powell, QM 1c left the vessel on 3 days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Deck force employed, washing ships boats, washing paintwork about main deck and making boat gripes. Reenlisted Charles Goodrick as GM 2c for a period of 1 year, regular enlistment * William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Prendy Powell - Re-enlisted Prendy Powell as Quartermaster first class for a period of one year, regular enlistment

Prendy Powell, QM 1c - left the vessel on 3 days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

Charles Goodrick - Reenlisted Charles Goodrick as GM 2c for a period of 1 year, regular enlistment

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow William Bowman, Ensign (T)

*Charles Goodrick, GM 2c, left the ship on five days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

Charles Goodrick, GM 2c - left the ship on five days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Powell Goodrick Candalerio


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15 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Companys dock Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition satisfactory. 10:30 Commanding officer inspected the ship. 1:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. 3:45 George L. Grabbe, QM 3c was taken off the binnacle list and restored to duty. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

George L. Grabbe, QM 3c - was taken off the binnacle list and restored to duty

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above, watch uneventful W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Powell Goodrick Returned Candalerio


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16 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 Marcos T. Candalerio, M.Att 1c, returned from leave of absence on time. 10:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. 10:15 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. The leave of absence of Lieut. Comdr. R.C. Weightman was extended twenty days by authority of Commander, Northern Division's dispatch 9914-1600 (January). Crew observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

Marcos T. Candalerio, M.Att 1c - returned from leave of absence on time

Lieut. Comdr. R.C. Weightman - The leave of absence of Lieut. Comdr. R.C. Weightman was extended twenty days by authority of Commander, Northern Division's dispatch 9914-1600 (January)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Powell Goodrick


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17 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine 8:00 Regular liberty party returned; no absentees. 8:00 Commenced cleaning boilers W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperatuer normal. 9:30 held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills. Deck force employed cleaning and painting about the main deck and making boat fenders. Paterio Escalona M.Att 1c was advanced in rating to Off Std 3c. Engineer's force employed cleaning boilers. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Paterio Escalona M.Att 1c - was advanced in rating to Off Std 3c

4:00PM to midnight. Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Goodrick Returned Powell


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18 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. 8:00 Prendy Powell QM 1c returned from 3 days leave of absence. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Prendy Powell QM 1c - returned from 3 days leave of absence

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. Radio watches which have been stood by this vessel for the US Army radio station at Juneau since January 10, 1927 were discontinued this date. Crew employed making gripes, making boat fenders, painting the machinist's room and scraping paintwork on the overhead of the main deck. Engineers force employed cleaning boilers. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Goodrick Discharged McFarland


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19 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, no absentees. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:31 Held fire drill. 9:32 Held collision drill 9:40 Held quarters. Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c was given an ordinary discharge with recommendation for reenlistment, due to expiration of enlistment, paid in full to date and also mileage; ordinary discharge number 25866. Deck force employed making fenders, boat gripes, painting the machinists state room, and scraping paintwork on the main deck. Engineer's force employed cleaning boilers. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c - was given an ordinary discharge with recommendation for reenlistment, due to expiration of enlistment, paid in full to date and also mileage; ordinary discharge number 25866

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Re-enlisted McFarland Returned


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20 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock at Juneau Alaska. Performed the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 Charles Goodrick, GM 2c returned from 5 day's leave of absence on time. 9:30 held quarters followed by bag inspection. 10:00 Changed bags and hammocks. Deck force employed cleaning and painting about the main deck. Re-enlisted Clarence L. McFarland as RM 2c for a period of 1 year, regular enlistment. Engineer's force employed cleaning boilers. * William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles Goodrick, GM 2c - returned from 5 day's leave of absence on time

Clarence L. McFarland - Re-enlisted Clarence L. McFarland as RM 2c for a period of 1 year, regular enlistment

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

*Lieut. Comdr. R.C. Weightman took oath of Office as Commander US Coast Guard, to rank as such from Dec. 28 1926, before the local Collector of Customs this date.

Lieut. Comdr. R.C. Weightman - took oath of Office as Commander US Coast Guard, to rank as such from Dec. 28 1926, before the local Collector of Customs this date


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Discharged Wright


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21 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. 8:45 Clarence L. McFarland RM 2c was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Clarence L. McFarland RM 2c - was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Quarters and drills were omitted on account of inclement weather. Issued Honorable discharge #33634 to Berry D. Wright, PhM 1c, expiration full term of enlistment, paid in full to date including mileage to point of enlistment. Deck force employed making gripes, boat fenders, shoveling snow, scraping paintwork on the main deck and scrubbing paintwork. Engineer's force employed cleaning boilers. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Berry D. Wright, PhM 1c - Issued Honorable discharge #33634 to Berry D. Wright, PhM 1c, expiration full term of enlistment, paid in full to date including mileage to point of enlistment

4:00PM to midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman


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22 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock Juneau, Alaska. * Carried out the morning routine. *12:50 Quartermaster on watch Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c could not be found near gangway or about decks and he had not called his anchor watch. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c - 12:50 Quartermaster on watch Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c could not be found near gangway or about decks and he had not called his anchor watch

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock. Inspected smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. 9:30 Commanding Officer held mast and warned Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c, for offense noted above. 10:00 Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c, was placed on the binnacle list. 10:30 Commanding Officer inspected the ship throughout. 1:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. Deck force employed cleaning ship for inspection. Engineers force employed cleaning boilers. * A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c - 9:30 Commanding Officer held mast and warned Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c, for offense noted above

Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c - was placed on the binnacle list

4:00pm to Midnight:- Moored as above. 8:00 Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c, was restored to duty by the ship's medical officer. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c - was restored to duty by the ship's medical officer

John G. Erbland, Cox - having been examined and found qualified to fill such vacancy was changed in rating to that of PhM 3c

*John G. Erbland, Cox, having been examined and found qualified to fill such vacancy was changed in rating to that of PhM 3c.


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman


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23 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock at Juneau Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, was placed on the binnacle list. 10:00 liberty party returned on time except Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c. 10:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow 1:00 Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c returned aboard having been 3 hours absent without leave. Observed Sunday. Received from the Navy Yard, Washington DC, invoice No. 474, replacement ordnance material ordered on Unalga's requisition No. 1 of Dec 3, 1926. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

George L. Grabbe, QM 3c - was placed on the binnacle list

Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c - 10:00 liberty party returned on time except Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c

Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c - returned aboard having been 3 hours absent without leave

4:00PM to midnight. Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman


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24 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 The commanding officer held mast in the case of Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c for offense noted yesterday, and directed that he lose one liberty. Quarters were omitted on account of crew shoveling snow. Deck force employed shoveling snow on spar deck and dock, cleaning and painting waterways on the main deck, making swabs and boat fenders. Harold L. Stabler, Y 3c was this date examined by a board of commissioned officers for advancement in rating and found qualified; his rating was changed to Y 2c. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c - 10:00 The commanding officer held mast in the case of Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c for offense noted yesterday, and directed that he lose one liberty

Harold L. Stabler, Y 3c - was this date examined by a board of commissioned officers for advancement in rating and found qualified; his rating was changed to Y 2c

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. Held night signal drill for deck petty officers. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman


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25 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, was restored to duty by the ship's medical officer. Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather. Deck force employed making fenders, swabs and boat gripes and preparing the Warrant Officers Water closet for painting. Engineers force employed cleaning boilers. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

George L. Grabbe, QM 3c - was restored to duty by the ship's medical officer

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Discharged Bowman Left for Hospital McFarland


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26 January 1927

USS UNALGA, Juneau, Alaska. January 26, 1926. Boarded and examined the following American vessels and motor boats this date:- NAME HOME PORT MASTER DESTINATION TRADE T-249. Juneau S.E. Anderson At dock Fishing Addington. Juneau Paul Johnson At dock Fishing Ina J. Juneau John Jackson At dock Fishing 297-T(Diana) Juneau Conrad Nergaard At dock Fishing 95-U(Tiger) Juneau Axel Peterson At dock Fishing T-102 (Helen) Juneau Charles Linka At dock Fishing T-85 Tenakee Frank Palo At dock Fishing U-191 Juneau Fred S. Salof At dock Fishing T-443 Juneau Vaino Kallio At dock Fishing Vivian Juneau Martin Borlick At dock Fishing T-47 Juneau Charles Drummond At dock Fishing T-58 Juneau John Lund At dock Fishing The followingAmerican vessels and motor boats had no one on board:- T-1001 Pheasant Tillicum North Light Diana Cross Sound Perseverance T-115 T-15 U-303 U-105 (Wasp) U-5 T-25 (Voracious) Show Me Dardanella T-136 (Mildred) T-511 T-151 T-486 U-39 Rainbow T-105 (Katherine) T-979 (Dorothy S.) T-34 Sandy U-633 (Mary D) U-198 (Grace E.W. 105-T T-462 (Colonel) Queen (Sea Life) T-234 T-182 (Mazeppa) U-127 (Ida II) Tolo U-41 (Hicks) T-1325 (Vanguard) T-713 (Sea Bird) U-78 T-36 Ripple T-1331 Found no violations of the navigation or customs laws. A.J. Craig,Ensign (T) Boarding Officer.


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Discharged Bowman Left for Hospital McFarland


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26 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held fire drill. 9:34 held collision drill. 9:41 held general quarters. Issued Honorable discharge #33641 to Arthur Lee Bowman, S 1c, expiration full term of enlistment, paid in full to date including mileage to point of enlistment. 2:00 Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c left the ship for St Anna Hospital (USPHS). 2:15 boarding officer left the ship. 4:00 boarding officer returned. Deck force employed chipping and painting about the main deck. Engineer force employed cleaning boilers. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Arthur Lee Bowman, S 1c - Issued Honorable discharge #33641 to Arthur Lee Bowman, S 1c, expiration full term of enlistment, paid in full to date including mileage to point of enlistment

Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c - left the ship for St Anna Hospital (USPHS)

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Hospital McFarland


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27 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 Engineer's force completed cleaning boilers. 9:30 Held quarters following by signal drill. 9:35 Sounded signal for man-overboard drill. 9:39 Buoy recovered. Held boat drill under oars. 1:00 All hands aired bedding. 3:30 Piped down aired bedding. Deck force employed painting spots on ship side, chipping paintwork on spar deck, making boat fenders, and boat gripes. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 8:00 Shore patrol with warrant officer in charge left the ship. 12:00 Shore patrol returned. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Hospital McFarland.


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28 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock Juneau, Alaska Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, no absentees. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed washing paintwork about the main and spar decks, chipping and spotting paint about the main deck and on the ships sides and sewing canvas for boat covers and for flag bag. Quarters and drills omitted on account of general cleaning of the ship. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 8:00 Shore patrol, Warrant Officer in charge, left the ship. 12:00 Shore patrol returned. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Hospital McFarland


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29 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock at Juneau Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. 10:00 Commanding officer inspected the vessel throughout. 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. Deck force employed cleaning stations for inspection. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to midnight. Moored as above. 8:00, Shore Patrol, warrant officer in charge left the ship. 11:00 George V. Holton Sea 1c was found to be absent without leave from proper authority. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

George V. Holton Sea 1c - was found to be absent without leave from proper authority


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Hospital McFarland


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30 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am Moored to the Alaska Steamship Companys dock Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. * 1:15 George V. Holton, Sea 1c returned on board having been 2 hours and 15 minutes absent without leave. *1:00 shore patrol returned. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

George V. Holton, Sea 1c - returned on board having been 2 hours and 15 minutes absent without leave

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Observed Sunday. 10:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. 10:05 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to Midnight:- Moored as above. 8:00 Shore patrol left the ship in charge of a warrant officer. 12:00 Shore patrol returned. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt. Weightman Hospital McFarland


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31 January 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:00 Held boat drill under oars. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 Held quarters, followed by resuscitation drill and signal drill. * 12:30 Officers and crew received pay for the month of January 1927, from Special Disbursing Agent. 1:00 Granted pay day liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. Deck force employed filling sand box, chipping and spotting paint about the main deck and sewing canvas for boat covers. *Commanding Officer held mast and sentenced George V. Holton, Sea 1c, to lose two liberties for offense noted in yesterday log, midnight to 9:00am. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

George V. Holton, Sea 1c - Commanding Officer held mast and sentenced George V. Holton, Sea 1c, to lose two liberties for offense noted in yesterday log, midnight to 9:00am

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 8:00 Shore patrol, Warrant Officer in charge, left the ship. 12:00 Shore patrol returned. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)


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R. C. Weightman Comdr - On board. Mrs. M. Weightman wife Juneau, Alaska.

L. W. Perkins Lt. Comdr - Spring Apts 5th & Spring Elliott, 6175

A. J. Craig Ensign - 1311 No. 8th St. Tacoma, Wash, Phone Main 7588 Jean A. Craig (Wife) same address.

W.H. Jacobson Ensign - Passport 1446 969-21st Ave Seattle. Mrs C. Jacobson mother, same address, phone Prospect 1446

W. Bowman Ensign - On board, 949-Amalia Ave. Los Angeles California, Mother, same address.

G. A. Lurie AA Surg USPHS - On board & Hotel St. Charles, Seattle, Washington.

A. B. Eriksen Boatswain - 2003 1/2 - 1st Ave Seattle, Wash. Phone Ell. 3434 Mrs Ella Eriksen, same address.

H. Parker Gunner (T) - 1007 - Stewart St. - Oronoko Apts, Seattle Apt #29 phone Ell 2361 - Nina Parker, wife

J. Van Heuveln Machinist - Detached

E. E. Johnson Carpenter (T) - On board

F. B. Cottrell Pay Clerk (T) - 1007 - Stewart St. - Oronoco Apts. Apt #19 Seattle, Wash. Mrs Anna Cottrell wife same address

C. C. Jones Machinist (T) - On board


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LOGS FOR FEBRUARY 1927


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Hospital McFarland


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1 February 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:45 William O. Koski, Sea 1c, was restored to duty by the ships medical officer, pay accrues on and after Feb 2 1926. Having received, from officers of the mail boat America First, information indicating that the residents of Grand Island have not been seen for over a month, made preparations for getting under way to make investigation of conditions on that island. 8:45 Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c was placed on the binnacle list for a disease due to his own misconduct, no pay to accrue on or after Feb 2 1926 A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - was restored to duty by the ships medical officer, pay accrues on and after Feb 2 1926

Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c - was placed on the binnacle list for a disease due to his own misconduct, no pay to accrue on or after Feb 2 1926

9:00am to midnight Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters followed by pistol drill, machine gun instruction and small arms instruction. 10:00 liberty party returned on time; except Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com. Std. 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. 1:30 Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com. Std. returned on board 3 hour and 30 minutes absent without leave. Advanced the following named men in rating this date. Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c. Hugo Takko F 2c to F 1c. John A. Kennedy F 2c to F 1c. Manuel T. Juares M.Att 2c to M.Att 1c. Edward Morrison, SC 3c having been examined and found qualified by a board of officers was advanced in rating to that of SC 2c. Deck force employed chipping and scaping about the main deck and making boat gripes. * Vessel did not leave port to investigate conditions on Grand Island due to inclement weather William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com. Std. - 10:00 liberty party returned on time; except Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com. Std.

Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com. Std. - returned on board 3 hour and 30 minutes absent without leave

Melville H. Brown, F 3c - Advanced the following named men in rating this date. Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c. Hugo Takko F 2c to F 1c. John A. Kennedy F 2c to F 1c. Manuel T. Juares M.Att 2c to M.Att 1c

Hugo Takko F 2c - Advanced the following named men in rating this date. Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c. Hugo Takko F 2c to F 1c. John A. Kennedy F 2c to F 1c. Manuel T. Juares M.Att 2c to M.Att 1c

John A. Kennedy F 2c - Advanced the following named men in rating this date. Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c. Hugo Takko F 2c to F 1c. John A. Kennedy F 2c to F 1c. Manuel T. Juares M.Att 2c to M.Att 1c

Manuel T. Juares M.Att 2c - Advanced the following named men in rating this date. Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c. Hugo Takko F 2c to F 1c. John A. Kennedy F 2c to F 1c. Manuel T. Juares M.Att 2c to M.Att 1c

Edward Morrison, SC 3c - having been examined and found qualified by a board of officers was advanced in rating to that of SC 2c

4:00pm to midnight Moored as before # 8:00 shore patrol with warrant officer in charge left the ship. 12:00 shore patrol returned. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Capt Weightman Hospital McFarland

coal: 89600 - Coal Received 89600 Expended 9600 On hand 474880


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2 February 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Companys dock Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. 1:20 Hauled ship astern to Pacific Coast Coal Company's Dock and made preparations for coaling ship. Ship's draft before coaling, 13 feet 5 inches forward and 13 feet 11 inches aft. 3:00 Commenced coaling ship. Quarters and drills were omitted on account of coaling ship, and making preparations for coaling. Deck force employed making boat gripes, boat fenders, making preparations for coaling, and coaling ship. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 5:10 Finished coaling ship, having received 40 long tons of coal from the Pacific Coast Coal Company. Ship's draft after coaling forward 13' feet 10 inches and aft. 14 feet. 6:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 8:00 Shore patrol in charge of Warrant Officer left the ship. 12:00 Shore patrol returned. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

coal: 40 long tons - 5:10 Finished coaling ship, having received 40 long tons of coal from the Pacific Coast Coal Company


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Returned McFarland.


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3 February 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, absentees Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c - 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, absentees Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. ** 10:00 One claw hammer lost overboard by Reinhold E. Larssen, BM 1c. 1:15 Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c, returned from the St Ann's, (USPHS) Hospital. * 2:00 Collector of Customs J.C. McBride and Deputy Collector M.S. Whittier called officially on the Commanding Officer. 3:20 Marcos T. Candalerio, M.Att 1c, returned from seven hours and twenty minutes absence without leave. Deck force employed cleaning after coaling, washing the ships sides and paintwork about the spar deck, and making general preparations for getting underway. Quarters and drills omitted on account of cleaning ship and preparing for getting underway. 4:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 5:30am tomorrow. *and was placed on the binnacle list. **10:00 Commanding Officer held mast and sentenced Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com Std, to lose three liberties for offense noted February 1. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

Reinhold E. Larssen, BM 1c - 10:00 One claw hammer lost overboard by Reinhold E. Larssen, BM 1c

Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c - returned from the St Ann's, (USPHS) Hospital

Collector of Customs J.C. McBride - 2:00 Collector of Customs J.C. McBride and Deputy Collector M.S. Whittier called officially on the Commanding Officer

Deputy Collector M.S. Whittier - 2:00 Collector of Customs J.C. McBride and Deputy Collector M.S. Whittier called officially on the Commanding Officer

Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com Std - 10:00 Commanding Officer held mast and sentenced Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com Std, to lose three liberties for offense noted February 1

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 12:00 Commanding Officer, Commander R.C. Weightman returned from leave of absence. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

Commander R.C. Weightman - 12:00 Commanding Officer, Commander R.C. Weightman returned from leave of absence


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stephens passage off point hugh

Lat 42.2, Long 166.4

Discharged Anne


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4 February 1927

down gastineau channel and stephens passage

Lat 52.6, Long -2.7

Midnight to 4:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock, Juneau Alaska. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Moored as above * 5:30 Liberty party returned, no absentees. Commenced turning over main engine. 5:55 Finished turning over main engine; bridge and main engine ready for getting under way; singled up lines preparatory to sailing. 6:10 Let go from dock and stood various courses at speed of 100 rpm down Gastineau Channel and Stephens Passage. 6:55 Slow speed ahead to make minor repair in engine room. 6:58 Full ahead repairs completed. 7:05 Marmion Island Light abeam 0.7 mile off. 7:25 Point Arden Light abeam 0.5 mile off. 7:55 Off Grand Island beacon slow and various speeds and courses to investigate conditions on Grand Island as reported February 1. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

8:00am to meridian. Lying to off Grand Island. 8:05 Surf boat with officer in charge left the ship to investigate for farmers on Grand Island. 8:35 Surf boat returned and officer reported that everything was in good condition and no one sick. Hoisted boat, resumed course and stood down Stephens Passage on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. * 10:20 Increased speed to 110 rpm in order to make Wrangell Narrows before dark. 9:30 held quarters followed by fire and collision drills. Deck force employed scrubbing fire hoses. Inspected magazine temperature normal. *Issued honorable discharge #33642 to George L. Anne, F 1c expiration of full term of enlistment, paid in full to date, including mileage to point of enlistment. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

George L. Anne, F 1c - Issued honorable discharge #33642 to George L. Anne, F 1c expiration of full term of enlistment, paid in full to date, including mileage to point of enlistment

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Various courses through Stephens Passage and Frederick Sound at full speed of 110 rpm. 2:35 Rounded Cape Fanshaw light 1.5 mile off. Off Farragut Bay at end of watch. Deck force employed chipping and painting about the main deck. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Various courses thru Frederick Sound at speed of 110 rpm. 6:30 Stood into Wrangell Narrows on various courses 7:25 Let go starboard anchor in Wrangell Narrows off Tonka in 17 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. Issued 5 night rations to the engineer's force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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wrangell narrows alaska

Lat 56.5, Long -132.4

Reenlisted George L. Anne.


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5 February 1927

thru clarence strait tongass narrows and revillagigedo channel

Lat 56.5, Long -132.4

Midnight to 8:00am:- Anchored in Wrangell Narrows off Tonka in 17 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of starboard chain. 6:20 Made preparations for getting underway. 6:45 Commenced heaving up anchor. 6:50 Anchor aweigh, various courses and speeds standing thru Wrangell Narrows. 8:00 off Point Lockwood. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

8:00am to Meridian. Steaming on various courses through Wrangell Narrows Sumner Strait, Snow Passage and Clarence Strait at full speed of 100 rpm. 8:20 Passed out of Wrangell Narrows. 8:45 Floyd E McKee Eng 2c was placed on the binnacle list. Charles Burget, sea 2c was returned to duty by the ship's Medical officer; pay to accrue on and after Feb 6 1927. Re-enlisted George L. Anne as F 1c for a period of 1 year; regular enlistment. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition satisfactory. 10:30 held general muster. 10:40 Commanding officer inspected the vessel throughout. Deck force employed cleaning stations for inspection. 12:00 off Pt. Stanhope. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Floyd E McKee Eng 2c - was placed on the binnacle list

Charles Burget, sea 2c - was returned to duty by the ship's Medical officer; pay to accrue on and after Feb 6 1927

George L. Anne - Re-enlisted George L. Anne as F 1c for a period of 1 year; regular enlistment

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Various courses through Clarence Strait at speed of 100 rpm. 3:10 Passed Ship Id. light 0.9 mile off. Off Caamano Point at end of watch A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Various courses thru Clarence Strait; Tongass Narrows and Revillagigedo Channel at speed of 100 rpm. 5:44 Slowed to 70 rpm passing small craft at Ketchikan. 5:55 Full speed of 100 rpm. Off Mary Island Light at end of watch. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

8:00pm to Midnight. Various courses thru Revillagigedo Channel and Dixon Entrance at full speed of 100 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineer's force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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wright sound off trivet point

Lat 53.3, Long -129.0


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6 February 1927

dall patch gas buoy

Lat 52.8, Long -128.5

Midnight to 4:00am:- Steaming on various courses through Dixon Entrance, Main Passage and Chatham Sound. 12:25 Reduced to 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Off Green Top Island in Chatham Sound at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming thru Chatham Sound, Malacca Passage, Arthur Passage, and Grenville Channel on various courses at speed of 85 rpm. 6:04 Increased speed to 100 rpm. In Grenville Channel off East Inlet at end of watch. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

8:00am to Meridian Various courses thru Grenville Channel and Wright Sound at full speed of 110 rpm 8:00 Increased speed to 110 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Crew observed Sunday. 12:00 off Trivet Point in Wright Sound. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Various courses through Wright Sound, Frazer Reach and Tolmie Channel at speed of 110 rpm. In Tolmie Channel, six miles north of Separation Point, at end of watch A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming various courses thru Tolmie Channel, Finlayson Channel, Milbanke Sound and Seaforth Channel, at speed of 110 rpm. At end of watch off Idol Point Light. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

8:00pm to Midnight. Various courses thru Lama Passage and Fitzhugh Sound at full speed of 110 rpm. 8:15 slowed to 1/2 half speed to ascertain position of Dall Patch gas buoy which was extinguished. 8:22 resumed full speed of 110 rpm 9:20 slowed down in order to clear log from bow 9:23 resumed full speed of 110 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineer's force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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johnstone strait off bauza cove

Lat 50.5, Long -126.1


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7 February 1927

thru johnstone strait discovery passage seymour narrows and straits of georgia

Lat 50.5, Long -126.1

Midnight to 4:00am:- Steaming on various courses through Fitzhugh Sound, Smith Sound and Queen Charlotte Sound at full speed of 110 rpm. Off Storm Islands at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming various courses thru Queen Charlotte Sound, New Channel, Christie Passage, Goletas Channel, Queen Charlotte Strait, and Broughton Strait at speed of 110 rpm. Off Malcolm Island at end of watch. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

8:00am to Meridian Various courses through Broughton and Johnstone Straits at full speed of 110 rpm. 8:45 Clarence L. McFarland RM 2c was returned to duty by the ship's medical officer. 9:45 set all clocks ahead 30 minutes. Deck force employed holystoning spar deck. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Clarence L. McFarland RM 2c - was returned to duty by the ship's medical officer

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Various courses through Johnstone Strait at full speed of 110 rpm. 1:45 Set all clocks ahead 30 minutes, now keeping 120th meridian time. 2:48 Rounded Camp Point 1/4 mile off. 3:30 Held quarters, followed by semaphore signal drill for all divisions. Off Walker Island at end of watch. Deck force employed holystoning spar deck A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Various courses thru Johnstone Strait, Discovery Passage, Seymour Narrows and Straits of Georgia at speed of 110 rpm. Off Cape Lazo at end of watch. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

8:00pm to midnight. Steaming on various courses thru the Strait of Georgia at full speed of 110 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineer's force William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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puget sound off apple cove point

Lat 29.9, Long 116.5

Left on leave Mr. Craig Vickery Kornek G.L. Anne


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8 February 1927

thru georgia strait

Lat 36.1, Long -5.3

Midnight to 4:00am:- Steaming on course 95° psc at full speed of 110 rpm thru Georgia Strait. 1:34 Passed Thrasher Rock light 1.0 mile off, Changed course to 102° psc. Off Point Roberts at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Course 102° psc at speed of 110 rpm thru Georgia Strait 5:26 Matia Island Light abeam 1.1 miles off, changed course to various courses and stood into Rosario Strait; off Lawson Reef buoy at end of watch. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

8:00am to meridian. Steaming thru Washington Sound, Puget Sound and Admiralty Inlet at full speed of 110 rpm Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters followed by gun and resuscitation drill. Deck force employed washing paint work about the spardeck. 12:00 off Apple Cove Point. The rating of Max H. Kearns was changed this date from CRM (a) to CRM as of December 25, 1926. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Max H. Kearns - The rating of Max H. Kearns was changed this date from CRM (a) to CRM as of December 25, 1926

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Steaming thru Puget Sound on various courses to Seattle at speed of 110 rpm. 1:18 Slow speed and various speeds and courses to mooring. 1:35 Made fast, port side to starboard side of Haida at US Shipping Board dock at Seattle, Washington 2:40 George L. Anne, F 1c left the ship on ten days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. 3:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Deck force employed making preparations for mooring ship and cleaning ship. 3:30 John C. Vickery, Sea 2c, and Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c left the ship on 10 days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Haida - 1:35 Made fast, port side to starboard side of Haida at US Shipping Board dock at Seattle, Washington

George L. Anne, F 1c - left the ship on ten days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c - 3:30 John C. Vickery, Sea 2c, and Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c left the ship on 10 days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

John C. Vickery, Sea 2c - 3:30 John C. Vickery, Sea 2c, and Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c left the ship on 10 days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Ensign (T) A.J. Craig left ship on one months' leave of absence granted authority of Headquarter's letter of August 16, 1926 (71) W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Ensign (T) A.J. Craig - left ship on one months' leave of absence granted authority of Headquarter's letter of August 16, 1926 (71)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Left on leave Saulter McKee Tansey Enlisted Dobyns. Leave Mr Craig Vickery Kornek Anne. Reported C.C. Jones


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9 February 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside Haida at US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, no absentees. * W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Haida - Moored alongside Haida at US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle, Washington

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. * 9:30 held fire drill. 9:34 held collision drill 9:40 held quarters for muster. 2:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am Friday morning. 2:00 Michael A. Saulter, Eng 2c and Floyd E McKee Eng 2c, left the vessel on five days' leave of absence granted each by the Commanding officer. Enlisted Leigh Clark Dobyns as F 3c for a period of 3 years, on special temporary enlistment. Louis W. Perkins took oath as Lieutenant Commander to rank as such from July 1, 1926. Deck force employed chipping painting about the main deck. Received from Headquarters List of Radiotelegraph Stations. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Floyd E McKee Eng 2c - 2:00 Michael A. Saulter, Eng 2c and Floyd E McKee Eng 2c, left the vessel on five days' leave of absence granted each by the Commanding officer

Michael A. Saulter, Eng 2c - 2:00 Michael A. Saulter, Eng 2c and Floyd E McKee Eng 2c, left the vessel on five days' leave of absence granted each by the Commanding officer

Leigh Clark Dobyns - Enlisted Leigh Clark Dobyns as F 3c for a period of 3 years, on special temporary enlistment

Louis W. Perkins - took oath as Lieutenant Commander to rank as such from July 1, 1926

4:00pm to midnight Moored as above. 4:30 Curtis W. Tansey Sea 2c left the ship on 5 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Curtis W. Tansey Sea 2c - left the ship on 5 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

*8:20 Machinist (T) C.C. Jones reported on board for duty from Mojave by authority of Headquarters letter dated December 30, 1926 (72)

Machinist (T) C.C. Jones - reported on board for duty from Mojave by authority of Headquarters letter dated December 30, 1926 (72)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Mr Craig Vickery Kornek Anne Saulter McKee Tansey Left on leave Fisher Rhodes


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10 February 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored alongside the Haida at the US Shipping Board moorings, Seattle Washington. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Haida - Moored alongside the Haida at the US Shipping Board moorings, Seattle Washington.

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:10 Made preparations to get underway as Machinist (T) Jones could relieve Machinist J. Van Heuveln as engineer officer. 9:30 Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c left the ship on 15 days' leave of absence. 9:40 Let go lines and stood into Elliott Bay on various courses at slow speed. 11:25 Made fast to Pacific Coast Engineering Company's Dock. 1:30 Let go lines from dock. 1:50 Made fast alongside Haida at US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle, Washington *. 4:00 Machinist (T) J. Van Heuveln was detached from further duty on this vessel authority Headquarters letter December 30 1926. Quarters and drills omitted on account of undergoing engine trials. Deck force employed handling lines and cleaning on the main deck and chipping main hold. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Machinist (T) Jones - 9:10 Made preparations to get underway as Machinist (T) Jones could relieve Machinist J. Van Heuveln as engineer officer

Machinist J. Van Heuveln - 9:10 Made preparations to get underway as Machinist (T) Jones could relieve Machinist J. Van Heuveln as engineer officer

Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c - left the ship on 15 days' leave of absence

Haida - 1:50 Made fast alongside Haida at US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle, Washington

Machinist (T) J. Van Heuveln - was detached from further duty on this vessel authority Headquarters letter December 30 1926

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 5:30 Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c - left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence

*2:00 After seeing mani engine and auxiliaries in operation Machinist (T) C.C. Jones relieved Machinist John Van Heuveln as engineer officer.

Machinist (T) C.C. Jones - 2:00 After seeing mani engine and auxiliaries in operation Machinist (T) C.C. Jones relieved Machinist John Van Heuveln as engineer officer

Machinist John Van Heuveln - 2:00 After seeing mani engine and auxiliaries in operation Machinist (T) C.C. Jones relieved Machinist John Van Heuveln as engineer officer


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Mr Craig Vickery Kornek Anne Saulter McKee Tansey Fisher Rhodes Enlisted Desmond Discharged Graves L on Leave Wheeler


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11 February 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside Haida at US Shipping Board mooring, Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Haida - Moored alongside Haida at US Shipping Board mooring, Seattle, Washington.

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held infantry drill ashore. Enlisted Alfred Standley Desmond as fireman second class for a period of 3 years, special temporary enlistment. Issued ordinary discharge #25868 to William Verne Graves WT 2c discharged at his own request, authority Headquarters letter Jan 26 1927 (73). 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am Sunday morning. 2:00 Harold H. Wheeler CMM left the ship on 2 days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. Deck force employed chipping and painting in the main & fore holds. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Alfred Standley Desmond - Enlisted Alfred Standley Desmond as fireman second class for a period of 3 years, special temporary enlistment

William Verne Graves WT 2c - Issued ordinary discharge #25868 to William Verne Graves WT 2c discharged at his own request, authority Headquarters letter Jan 26 1927 (73)

Harold H. Wheeler CMM - left the ship on 2 days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

4:00pm to midnight. Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Mr Craig Vickery Kornek Anne Saulter McKee Tansey Fisher Rhodes Wheeler Enlisted R.F. Smith L on Leave Burget


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12 February 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board mooring, Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Haida - Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board mooring, Seattle, Washington.

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:30 The executive officer inspected the vessel thruout. 11:00 Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence. Inspected smokeless powder samples conditions normal. Tested magazine flood cock, conditions satisfactory. Deck force employed cleaning ship for inspection. 2:00 Reenlisted Roger Ford Smith as a Sea 2c for two years on a special temporary enlistment. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c - left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence

Roger Ford Smith - 2:00 Reenlisted Roger Ford Smith as a Sea 2c for two years on a special temporary enlistment

4:00pm to midnight: Moored as above. W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Mr Craig Vickery Kornek Anne Saulter McKee Tansey Fisher Rhodes Wheeler Burget


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13 February 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle Washington. 1:30 George V. Holton Sea 1c returned aboard from unauthorized absence. Carried out the morning routine W.H. Jacobson, Ensign (T)

Haida - Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle Washington.

George V. Holton Sea 1c - returned aboard from unauthorized absence

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 liberty party returned, no absentees 10:15 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Observed Sunday. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to Midnight Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Mr Craig Vickery Kornek Anne Saulter McKee Tansey Fisher Rhodes Burget


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14 February 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock, Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:00 Harold H. Wheeler CMM returned from 2 days' leave of absence on time 8:00 held boat drill under oars. 8:45 William O Koski, Sea 1c was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Haida - Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock, Seattle, Washington.

Harold H. Wheeler CMM - returned from 2 days' leave of absence on time

William O Koski, Sea 1c - was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. Deck force employed chipping main deck and painting fore hold. Ensign (T) W.H. Jacobson took oath of office as Lieutenant (jg)(T) to rank as such from this date. 3:00 William O Koski, Sea 1c returned to duty by ship's medical officer W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg) T

Ensign (T) W.H. Jacobson - took oath of office as Lieutenant (jg)(T) to rank as such from this date

William O Koski, Sea 1c - returned to duty by ship's medical officer

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg) T


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Mr Craig Vickery Kornek Anne Fisher Rhodes Burget L on Leave Goodrick Anne Enlisted S.K. Hagen

coal: 106200 - Coal Received 106200 Expended 10200 On hand 212980

coal: 106200 -


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15 February 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle Washington. Carried out the morning routine, made preparations for coaling. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned. 8:00 The following named men returned from 5 days' leave of absence on time:- Michael A. Saulter Eng 2c, Curtis W. Tansey Sea 2c, and Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg) T

Haida - Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle Washington.

Curtis W. Tansey Sea 2c - 8:00 The following named men returned from 5 days' leave of absence on time:- Michael A. Saulter Eng 2c, Curtis W. Tansey Sea 2c, and Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c

Michael A. Saulter Eng 2c - 8:00 The following named men returned from 5 days' leave of absence on time:- Michael A. Saulter Eng 2c, Curtis W. Tansey Sea 2c, and Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c

Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c - 8:00 The following named men returned from 5 days' leave of absence on time:- Michael A. Saulter Eng 2c, Curtis W. Tansey Sea 2c, and Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:05 let go lines from Haida and stood various courses at various speeds for Pacific Coast Coal Bunkers where moored at 11:15. Ships draft before coaling: forward 12' feet 1 inch, aft. 13 feet 11 inches. 2:30 finished coaling ship having received on board 47.41 long tons of coal. Ship's draft after coaling: forward 12 feet 7 inches, aft 14 feet 2 inches. 2:30 Charles Goodrick, GM 2c left the ship on 10 days leave of absence and Bernt J. Anne F 3c left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence, both granted by the Commanding Officer. Deck force employed chipping and painting in the main hold, making preparations for coaling ship, coaling ship and cleaning ship after coaling. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. Enlisted Stanley Ketchell Hagen as Sea 2c for 3 years on a special temporary enlistment. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Haida - 11:05 let go lines from Haida

coal: 47.41 long tons - 2:30 finished coaling ship having received on board 47.41 long tons of coal

Charles Goodrick, GM 2c - 2:30 Charles Goodrick, GM 2c left the ship on 10 days leave of absence and Bernt J. Anne F 3c left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence, both granted by the Commanding Officer

Bernt J. Anne F 3c - 2:30 Charles Goodrick, GM 2c left the ship on 10 days leave of absence and Bernt J. Anne F 3c left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence, both granted by the Commanding Officer

Stanley Ketchell Hagen - Enlisted Stanley Ketchell Hagen as Sea 2c for 3 years on a special temporary enlistment

4:00pm to midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to oen watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Mr Craig Vickery Kornek Anne Fisher Burget Goodrick Anne L. on Leave A.L. Cornuelle Enlisted A.V. Josey Returned W.G. Rhodes P.L. Crook


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16 February 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's Bunkers Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned, on time except Philip W. Anderson Sea 2c. 8:40 Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c returned aboard 40 minutes absent without leave. 8:40 Glen E. Neal Sea 1c returned aboard from unauthorized absence. 8:35 began making preparations for getting underway. 9:00 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 8:50 Wesley G. Rhodes SC 3c returned from 5 days' leave of absence on time. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Philip W. Anderson Sea 2c - 8:00 Liberty party returned, on time except Philip W. Anderson Sea 2c

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - returned aboard 40 minutes absent without leave

Glen E. Neal Sea 1c - returned aboard from unauthorized absence

Wesley G. Rhodes SC 3c - returned from 5 days' leave of absence on time

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:10 Let go from dock and stood into Elliott Bay on various courses and speeds. 9:30 Made fast to Haida at US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle. 9:41 Held fire drill. 9:53 Held collision drill. 10:00 Held quarters for muster. + 3:00 Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com Std. left the ship on 3 days' leave of absence. Enlisted Anthon Vernel Josey as a Sea 1c for a period of 2 years, original enlistment. Deck force employed chipping paintwork in the main hold and scrubbing paintwork on spar deck, scraping paint blisters on masts and chipping paintwork in cockpit. +10:30 The commanding officer held mast and warned Glen R. Shockley RM 2c and David W. Herr, Cox for neglecting to properly repair to their stations at fire drill. * W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Haida - 9:30 Made fast to Haida at US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle

Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com Std. - left the ship on 3 days' leave of absence

Anthon Vernel Josey - Enlisted Anthon Vernel Josey as a Sea 1c for a period of 2 years, original enlistment

David W. Herr, Cox - 10:30 The commanding officer held mast and warned Glen R. Shockley RM 2c and David W. Herr, Cox for neglecting to properly repair to their stations at fire drill

Glen R. Shockley RM 2c - 10:30 The commanding officer held mast and warned Glen R. Shockley RM 2c and David W. Herr, Cox for neglecting to properly repair to their stations at fire drill

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

*George V. Holton, Sea 1c was directed by the Commanding officer at mast to be tried by a deck court for offense as noted in midnight to 9:00am watch of Feb 13, 1927; Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c for offense noted above to be deprived of his next liberty; Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c, for offense noted above, to be tried by deck court. +10:30 Paul Luther Crook, Sea 2c deserter from this vessel August 17, 1926 reported aboard voluntarily.

George V. Holton, Sea 1c - was directed by the Commanding officer at mast to be tried by a deck court for offense as noted in midnight to 9:00am watch of Feb 13, 1927

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - for offense noted above to be deprived of his next liberty

Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c - for offense noted above, to be tried by deck court

Paul Luther Crook, Sea 2c - deserter from this vessel August 17, 1926 reported aboard voluntarily


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Mr Craig Vickery Kornek Anne Fisher Burget Goodrick Anne Cornuelle AWOL Hagen L for Ho. McFarland


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17 February 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle Washington. Prendy Powell, QM 1c fell asleep while on watch and failed to call the master-at-arms until about 7:00 o'clock. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:00 Stanley K. Hagen, Sea 2c who was enlisted February 15, 1927, is now absent without leave about 24 hours as he was last seen aboard about 8:00am yesterday. 8:45 James F. Brown, F 3c was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Haida - Moored alongside the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle Washington

Prendy Powell, QM 1c - fell asleep while on watch and failed to call the master-at-arms until about 7:00 o'clock

Stanley K. Hagen, Sea 2c - Stanley K. Hagen, Sea 2c who was enlisted February 15, 1927, is now absent without leave about 24 hours as he was last seen aboard about 8:00am yesterday

James F. Brown, F 3c - was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held general quarters. 11:00 Commanding officer held mast and directed that Prendy Powell, QM 1c be tried by deck court for offense noted in the morning watch of this date. 2:30 Clarence L. McFarland RM 2c left the vessel for Marine Hospital (USPHS) Port Townsend, Washington for treatment of a venereal disease which case comes under the provisions of art 79 (2) Pay & Supply Instructions. 1:00 Deck Court met in the cases of George V. Holton Sea 1c and Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c. Deck force employed chipping and painting in the main & fore holds. Discontinued radio watches and began dismantling radio sets in preparation for radio repairs. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Prendy Powell, QM 1c - 11:00 Commanding officer held mast and directed that Prendy Powell, QM 1c be tried by deck court for offense noted in the morning watch of this date

Clarence L. McFarland RM 2c - left the vessel for Marine Hospital (USPHS) Port Townsend, Washington for treatment of a venereal disease which case comes under the provisions of art 79 (2) Pay & Supply Instructions

Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c - 1:00 Deck Court met in the cases of George V. Holton Sea 1c and Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c

George V. Holton Sea 1c - 1:00 Deck Court met in the cases of George V. Holton Sea 1c and Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c

4:00pm to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Mr Craig Vickrey Kornek Anne Fisher Goodrick Anne Cornuelle AWOL Hagen Hospital McFarland Reported C.F. Hunt Left of leave H. Babin


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18 February 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board moorings, Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned on time. 8:00 Charles T. Burget Sea 2c returned from 5 days' leave of absence on time. 8:00 Stanley K. Hagen Sea 2c is now 2 days absent without leave. 9:00 Edward Morrison, SC 2c failed to return from Watch stander's liberty. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Haida - Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board moorings, Seattle, Washington.

Charles T. Burget Sea 2c - returned from 5 days' leave of absence on time

Stanley K. Hagen Sea 2c - is now 2 days absent without leave

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - failed to return from Watch stander's liberty

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 Held quarters for muster followed by resuscitation drill. 12:00 Edward Morrison SC 2c returned aboard being 3 hours absent over leave. 1:40 Prendy Powell, QM 1c was tried by a deck court for offense noted in midnight to 9:00am watch of February 17. 3:35 Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c reported aboard from Sinslow Station, Oregon in accordance with orders from Commander, 13th District, dated February 15, 1927 (73). Deck force employed scraping and chipping paintwork in the fore hold and touching up rust spots in the main hold, scrubbing paintwork on spar and main deck and overhauling ratlines on foremast, chipping and painting windlass bed and chipping searchlight platform. Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c left on 5 days' leave of absence. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Edward Morrison SC 2c - returned aboard being 3 hours absent over leave

Prendy Powell, QM 1c - was tried by a deck court for offense noted in midnight to 9:00am watch of February 17

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - reported aboard from Sinslow Station, Oregon in accordance with orders from Commander, 13th District, dated February 15, 1927 (73)

Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c - left on 5 days' leave of absence

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty for one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Mr. Craig Fisher Goodrick Anne Cornuelle Babin AWOL Hagen Hospital McFarland Left on Leave H. Saar


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19 February 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. * 8:00 Regular liberty party returned. 8:05 George L. Anne, F 1c and John C. Vickery, Sea 2c returned from 10 days' leave of absence on time. 8:30 Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c returned from 10 days leave of absence on time. 8:45 Walter Scott, Sea 1c was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer * *8:00 Stanley K Hagen, Sea 2c is now 3 days' absent with out leave. 9:00 Watch standers returned from liberty. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Haida - Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle, Washington.

George L. Anne, F 1c - 8:05 George L. Anne, F 1c and John C. Vickery, Sea 2c returned from 10 days' leave of absence on time

John C. Vickery, Sea 2c - 8:05 George L. Anne, F 1c and John C. Vickery, Sea 2c returned from 10 days' leave of absence on time

Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c - returned from 10 days leave of absence on time

Walter Scott, Sea 1c - was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer

Stanley K Hagen, Sea 2c - is now 3 days' absent with out leave

*8:45 James F. Brown, F 3c was restored to duty by the ship's medical officer.

James F. Brown, F 3c - was restored to duty by the ship's medical officer

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples. 10:15 Commanding officer inspected the vessel throughout. * 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 9:00am tomorrow. 1:30 Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c left the ship on 10 days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer *11:30 Eric A. Anderson F 1c deserter reported aboard for duty from the Haida in accordance with instructions contained in Headquarters letter of February 12, 1927 (73)(121) Deck force employed cleaning stations for inspection. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c - left the ship on 10 days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

Eric A. Anderson F 1c - Eric A. Anderson F 1c deserter reported aboard for duty from the Haida in accordance with instructions contained in Headquarters letter of February 12, 1927 (73)(121)

4:00pm to Midnight Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Mr Craig Fisher Goodrick Saar Babin AWOL Hagen Hospital McFarland Returned Cornuelle Present & No ration B.J. Anne

coal: 179200 - Coal Received 179200 Expended 9900 On hand 345900


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20 February 1927

into elliott bay

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping board dock, Seattle Washington. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. 8:00 began making preparations for coaling ship. * 9:00 liberty party returned on time except Edward Morrison, SC 2c, George V. Holton, Sea 1c and Donald McGregor, F 2c, and James F. Brown F 2c. *8:00 Stanley K Hagen Sea 2c is now 4 days absent without leave. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Haida - Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping board dock, Seattle Washington

George V. Holton, Sea 1c - 9:00 liberty party returned on time except Edward Morrison, SC 2c, George V. Holton, Sea 1c and Donald McGregor, F 2c, and James F. Brown F 2c

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - 9:00 liberty party returned on time except Edward Morrison, SC 2c, George V. Holton, Sea 1c and Donald McGregor, F 2c, and James F. Brown F 2c

Donald McGregor, F 2c - 9:00 liberty party returned on time except Edward Morrison, SC 2c, George V. Holton, Sea 1c and Donald McGregor, F 2c, and James F. Brown F 2c

James F. Brown F 2c - 9:00 liberty party returned on time except Edward Morrison, SC 2c, George V. Holton, Sea 1c and Donald McGregor, F 2c, and James F. Brown F 2c

Stanley K Hagen Sea 2c - is now 4 days absent without leave

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:05 Made preparations for getting underway. 9:10 Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com. Std. returned from 3 days' leave of absence. 9:30 James F. Brown F 2c and Donald McGregor, F 2c returned aboard 30 minutes absent over leave. 9:35 Let go lines and stood into Elliott Bay at various speeds and courses. 9:45 Made fast to Pacific Coast Coal Company's Dock, Seattle, Washington; made preparations for coaling * 10:00 George V. Holton, Sea 1c returned aboard being 1 hour absent over leave. *9:45 Edward Morrison, SC 2c returned aboard being 45 minutes absent over leave. Ship's draft before coaling 12 feet 7 inches forward and 13 feet 10 inches aft. 10:00 Commenced coaling ship. 10:40 Finished coaling ship, having received 80 long tons of coal from the Pacific Coast Coal Company. Ship's draft after coaling, forward 13 feet 5 inches, and aft. 14 feet 3 inches + 10:57 Made preparations for getting underway. 11:30 Let go lines and stood into Elliott Bay on various courses at speed of 70 rpm. 1:00 Changed course and stood into Eagle Harbor. 1:45 Made fast to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company Inc. dock at Winslow, Washington. +10:45 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45am boat in Seattle, tomorrow. Deck force employed coaling ship, making preparations for coaling, cleaning ship after coaling and handling lines. Sunday was observed when necessary work was completed. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Arthur L. Cornuelle, Com. Std. - returned from 3 days' leave of absence

James F. Brown F 2c - 9:30 James F. Brown F 2c and Donald McGregor, F 2c returned aboard 30 minutes absent over leave

Donald McGregor, F 2c - 9:30 James F. Brown F 2c and Donald McGregor, F 2c returned aboard 30 minutes absent over leave

George V. Holton, Sea 1c - returned aboard being 1 hour absent over leave

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - returned aboard being 45 minutes absent over leave

coal: 80 long tons - 10:40 Finished coaling ship, having received 80 long tons of coal from the Pacific Coast Coal Company

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 5:00 Paul L. Crook, Sea 2c was placed on the binnacle list. 12:00 Bernt J. Anne, F 3c returned from 5 days leave of absence. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg) T

Paul L. Crook, Sea 2c - was placed on the binnacle list

Bernt J. Anne, F 3c - returned from 5 days leave of absence


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Fisher Goodrick Saar Babin AWOL Hagen Hospital McFarland


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21 February 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc Dock at Winslow, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. * 8:45 Liberty party returned, absentees Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c. *8:00 Stanley K Hagen, Sea 2c is now 5 days absent with out leave. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg) T

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - 8:45 Liberty party returned, absentees Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c

Stanley K Hagen, Sea 2c - is now 5 days absent with out leave

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:55 Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c returned aboard 1 hour 55 minutes absent without leave. Deck force employed breaking out main hold and storing gear in warehouse on dock. Yard force employed at contracted repairs. Quarters and drills omitted on account of annual overhaul. *3:30 3:45 granted liberty to one watch until the 10:00am boat tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - returned aboard 1 hour 55 minutes absent without leave

4:00pm to Midnight. Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

*3:30 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of Edward Morrison SC 2c and George V. Holton Sea 1c for offenses noted in midnight to 9:00am watch, February 20, 1927, and directed that Morrison lose 1 liberty and Holton was warned. Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c was also at mast for offense noted in midnight to 9:00am watch this date; he was warned.

Edward Morrison SC 2c - 3:30 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of Edward Morrison SC 2c and George V. Holton Sea 1c for offenses noted in midnight to 9:00am watch, February 20, 1927, and directed that Morrison lose 1 liberty and Holton was warned

George V. Holton Sea 1c - 3:30 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of Edward Morrison SC 2c and George V. Holton Sea 1c for offenses noted in midnight to 9:00am watch, February 20, 1927, and directed that Morrison lose 1 liberty and Holton was warned

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - was also at mast for offense noted in midnight to 9:00am watch this date; he was warned


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr. Craig Fisher Goodrick Saar Babin AWOL Hagen Hospital McFarland L. on Leave Scott


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22 February 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. dock, Winslow, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Stanley K. Hagen Sea 2c now 6 days absent without leave. Dressed ship at 8:00. Full dressing omitted on account of inclement weather. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Stanley K. Hagen Sea 2c - now 6 days absent without leave

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. 11:15 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45am boat in Seattle tomorrow. 1:00 Walter Scott, Sea 1c, left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence. Crew observed holiday. Yard force observed holiday. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg) T

Walter Scott, Sea 1c - left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above, watch uneventful. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg) T


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr. Craig Fisher Goodrick Scott Saar Babin AWOL Hagen Hospital McFarland


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23 February 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. Dock at Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Yard workmen turned to on contracted repairs. 8:00 Stanley K. Hagen, Sea 2c is now 7 days absent without leave. 8:45 Regular liberty party returned; absentees Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c and Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c. W.H. Jacboson Lieut (jg)(T)

Stanley K. Hagen, Sea 2c - is now 7 days absent without leave

Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c - 8:45 Regular liberty party returned; absentees Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c and Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c - 8:45 Regular liberty party returned; absentees Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c and Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. 10:30 Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c and Alfred S. Desmond F 2c returned aboard being 1 hour 45 minutes absent over leave. 11:00 Commanding officer held mast and warned Rhodes and Desmond for offense noted above. James F. Brown, F 2c and Donald McGregor, F 2c were also warned for being 30 minutes absent over leave February 20, 1927. The Commanding officer published sentence of Deck Court of Prendy Powell, QM 1c; he being sentenced to lose ($30.80) from his pay, for offense noted February 17, 1927. Deck force employed backing out starboard anchor and chain on scow, and chipping fore and main holds. Yard workmen employed overhauling bridge, removing electric conduit on main deck, slacking up fore and main rigging and working on main engine. 3:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45 boat in Seattle tomorrow. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c - 10:30 Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c and Alfred S. Desmond F 2c returned aboard being 1 hour 45 minutes absent over leave

Alfred S. Desmond F 2c - 10:30 Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c and Alfred S. Desmond F 2c returned aboard being 1 hour 45 minutes absent over leave

James F. Brown, F 2c - James F. Brown, F 2c and Donald McGregor, F 2c were also warned for being 30 minutes absent over leave February 20, 1927

Donald McGregor, F 2c - James F. Brown, F 2c and Donald McGregor, F 2c were also warned for being 30 minutes absent over leave February 20, 1927

Prendy Powell, QM 1c - The Commanding officer published sentence of Deck Court of Prendy Powell, QM 1c; he being sentenced to lose ($30.80) from his pay, for offense noted February 17, 1927

4:00pm to Midnight. Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr. Craig Fisher Goodrick Scott Saar AWOL Hagen Hospital McFarland Transferred Smith Returned from leave H. Babin


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24 February 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. dock, at Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Yard force turned to on contracted repairs. 8:00 Stanly K. Hagen Sea 2c is now 8 days absent without leave. 9:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees 9:00 Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c returned from 5 days' leave. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Stanly K. Hagen Sea 2c - is now 8 days absent without leave

Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c - returned from 5 days' leave

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Ensign (T) A.J. Craig took oath of office as Lieutenant (jg)(T) on February 17, 1927 to rank as such from that date. Quarters and drills omitted on account of annual overhaul. Deck force employed scraping fore and main holds, backing port anchor & chain on the dock, and chipping paint on the pilot house. Yard force employed overhauling bridge, renewing electric wiring, enlarging radio room, and working in engine room. 4:00 Roger F. Smith, Sea 1c was transferred to the Algonquin by authority Northern Division letter February 21, 1927 (73) 4:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45am boat in Seattle tomorrow. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Ensign (T) A.J. Craig - took oath of office as Lieutenant (jg)(T) on February 17, 1927 to rank as such from that date

Roger F. Smith, Sea 1c - was transferred to the Algonquin by authority Northern Division letter February 21, 1927 (73)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above, watch uneventful. Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c, was deprived of liberty on shore until pay day by order of commanding officer for violation of internal regulations of the vessel. W.H. Jacobson Lieut (jg)(T)

Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c - was deprived of liberty on shore until pay day by order of commanding officer for violation of internal regulations of the vessel


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Fisher Scott Saar AWOL Hagen Hospital McFarland Returned Goodrick L on Leave J.F. Brown


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25 February 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company's Inc. Dock at Winslow, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:45 Liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:00 Yard force turned to on contracted repairs. 8:00 Stanley K. Hagen, Sea 2c is now 9 days absent without leave. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Stanley K. Hagen, Sea 2c - is now 9 days absent without leave

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 1:00 James F. Brown F 2c left the vessel on 6 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. Quarters and drills omitted on account of annual overhaul. Deck force employed chipping and painting in the main and fore holds. Yard force employed renewing electric wiring, working on bridge and and in engine room. 3:30 granted liberty to one watch until the 7:45am boat in Seattle tomorrow. The rating of Melville H Brown was changed from F 2c to F 3c by authority Headquarter's letter 15 February 1927, to take effect Feb 1, 1927. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

James F. Brown F 2c - left the vessel on 6 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

Melville H Brown - The rating of Melville H Brown was changed from F 2c to F 3c by authority Headquarter's letter 15 February 1927, to take effect Feb 1, 1927

4:00pm to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:10 Charles Goodrick, GM 2c returned from 10 days' leave of absence on time. 4:30 Yard force knocked off for the day. William Bowman Ensign (T)

Charles Goodrick, GM 2c - returned from 10 days' leave of absence on time


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Scott Saar Brown Hospital McFarland Returned Fisher Deserted Hagen


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26 February 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. dock at Winslow, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. * 8:45 liberty party returned on time, except William O. Koski, Sea 1c. *8:00 Yard force turned to on contracted repairs. 8:00 Stanley K. Hagen, Sea 2c is now 10 days' absent without leave and is declared a deserter as of February 16, 1927, authority article 462 regulations. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - 8:45 liberty party returned on time, except William O. Koski, Sea 1c

Stanley K. Hagen, Sea 2c - is now 10 days' absent without leave and is declared a deserter as of February 16, 1927, authority article 462 regulations

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples condition satisfactory. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. 11:00 Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c returned from 15 days' leave of absence. 12:45 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45am boat in Seattle, Monday. Deck force employed wire brushing anchor chain, chipping paint locker, painting fore and main holds. Yard force employed renewing electric wiring. 3:00 Yard force knocked off for the day. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c - returned from 15 days' leave of absence

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 6:00 William O. Koski, Sea 1c returned aboard being 9 hours 15 minutes over leave. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - returned aboard being 9 hours 15 minutes over leave


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Scott Saar Brown Hospital McFarland


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27 February 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company Incorporated dock at Winslow, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Crew observed Sunday 10:30 Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c failed to return from Messmen's liberty. 3:00 Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c returned on board 4 hours and 30 minutes absent without leave. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c - failed to return from Messmen's liberty

Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c - returned on board 4 hours and 30 minutes absent without leave

4:00pm to Midnight Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Saar Brown Hospital McFarland Enlisted Tafalla Sheperd Left on Leave Shockley Juares.

Returned from leave Scott


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28 February 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. dock Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:45 liberty party returned; no absentees. 8:00 Yard force turned to on contracted repairs. 9:00 Walter Scott, Sea 1c returned from 5 days' leave of absence. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Walter Scott, Sea 1c - returned from 5 days' leave of absence

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. * 12:30 All hands received their pay for the month of February. 1:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am boat in Seattle tomorrow. 1:00 Glenn R. Shockley, RM 2c left the ship on 10 days' leave of absence. 1:00 Manuel T. Juares, M.Att 1c left the ship on 3 days' leave of absence. Yard force employed redecking bridge, installing new electric wiring, repairing main rail, and working in the engine room. Deck force employed painting in fore and main holds, chipping in chain locker and scraping scale along waterline. 1:00 Cut out after boiler in order to work on term valves. 1:00 Cut in donkey boiler on barge alongside. 1:00 Commenced taking electricity from yard. *11:00 The commanding officer held mast in the case of William O. Koski, Sea 1c for offense noted Feb. 26, 1927 and directed that he be tried by a deck court, and warned Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c for offense noted Feb 27, 1927. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Glenn R. Shockley, RM 2c - left the ship on 10 days' leave of absence

Manuel T. Juares, M.Att 1c - left the ship on 3 days' leave of absence

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - 11:00 The commanding officer held mast in the case of William O. Koski, Sea 1c for offense noted Feb. 26, 1927 and directed that he be tried by a deck court, and warned Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c for offense noted Feb 27, 1927

Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c - 11:00 The commanding officer held mast in the case of William O. Koski, Sea 1c for offense noted Feb. 26, 1927 and directed that he be tried by a deck court, and warned Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c for offense noted Feb 27, 1927

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. Enlisted Alfredo Timtiman Tafalla as Off. Std. 3c for a period of 2 years on a special temporary enlistment, original enlistment. + W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Alfredo Timtiman Tafalla - Enlisted Alfredo Timtiman Tafalla as Off. Std. 3c for a period of 2 years on a special temporary enlistment, original enlistment

+Enlisted Frederick William Shepherd as a Sea 2c on a special temporary enlistment for 3 years, original enlistment.

Frederick William Shepherd - Enlisted Frederick William Shepherd as a Sea 2c on a special temporary enlistment for 3 years, original enlistment


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R. C. Weightman Com'd'r - On board. Mrs. M. Weightman wife address, Juneau, Alaska.

L. W. Perkins Lt. Comd'r - Spring Apts, Seattle, 5th Ave and Spring Street phone Elliott 6175.

W. H. Jacobson Lieut. (jg)(T) - 969 - 21st Ave, Seattle, Wash. mother Mrs Carrie Jacobson, same address.

A. J. Craig Lieut. (jg)(T) - 1311 - No 8th St., Tacoma, Wash. Jean A. Craig (wife) same address.

Wm. Bowman Ensign (T) - On board. 949 - Amalia Ave., Los Angeles Calif., Mother, same address.

G. A. Lurie Act. Asst Surgeon USPHS - On board. & Hotel St. Charles Seattle Wash.

A. B. Eriksen Boatswain - 2003 1/2 - 1st Ave., Seattle, Wash. Phone Ell. 3434 Mrs Ella Eriksen (wife) same address.

H. Parker Gunner (T) - Oronoco Apts. - 1007 - Stewart St Seattle Apt #29. Nona Parker (wife) same address

C. C. Jones Machinist (T) - On board

E. E. Johnson Carpenter (T) - On board. Mrs. Nodjero, mother, Lappjard, Finland.

F. B. Cottrell Pay Clerk (T) - Oronoco Apts. - 1007 Stewart St. Seattle Wash. Mrs Anna Cottrell wife, same address. Apt 19. phone Ell. 2361.


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LOGS FOR MARCH 1927


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Saar Brown Shockley Juares Hospital McFarland Discharged Cornuelle


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1 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company Inc. Dock at Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. W.H. Jacobson Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine temperature normal. The rating of Arthur L Cornuelle Com Std. was changed to that of SC 1c by reason of uncompetency. Issued Honorable discharge #33644 to Arthur L. Cornuelle SC 1c, expiration of full term of enlistment, paid in full to date including mileage to point of enlistment. 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until the 10:00am boat in Seattle tomorrow. William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 2c and Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c were placed on duty as messmen in the place of Howard H. Babin Sea 2c, Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c and James F. Brown, F 2c who were relieved. Advanced the following named men in rating this date: Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c to SC 2c. Quarters and drills omitted on account of annual overhaul. Deck force employed painting the main hold chipping anchors and anchor chains, painting the bridge and scraping the ship's side at the waterline. Yard force employed renewing electric wiring, working on bridge, and at engine room repairs. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Arthur L Cornuelle Com Std. - The rating of Arthur L Cornuelle Com Std. was changed to that of SC 1c by reason of uncompetency

Arthur L. Cornuelle SC 1c - Issued Honorable discharge #33644 to Arthur L. Cornuelle SC 1c, expiration of full term of enlistment, paid in full to date including mileage to point of enlistment

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 2c and Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c were placed on duty as messmen in the place of Howard H. Babin Sea 2c, Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c and James F. Brown, F 2c who were relieved

Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c - William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 2c and Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c were placed on duty as messmen in the place of Howard H. Babin Sea 2c, Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c and James F. Brown, F 2c who were relieved

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 2c and Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c were placed on duty as messmen in the place of Howard H. Babin Sea 2c, Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c and James F. Brown, F 2c who were relieved

Howard H. Babin Sea 2c - William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 2c and Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c were placed on duty as messmen in the place of Howard H. Babin Sea 2c, Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c and James F. Brown, F 2c who were relieved

Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c - William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 2c and Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c were placed on duty as messmen in the place of Howard H. Babin Sea 2c, Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c and James F. Brown, F 2c who were relieved

James F. Brown, F 2c - William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 2c and Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c were placed on duty as messmen in the place of Howard H. Babin Sea 2c, Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c and James F. Brown, F 2c who were relieved

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c - Advanced the following named men in rating this date: Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 3c to SC 2c

4:00pm to midnight Moored as above. 4:30 yard force knocked off for the day William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Brown Shockley Juares Hospital McFarland Returned Saar


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2 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. dock, Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Yard force turned to on contracted repairs. 8:45 Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c returned from 5 days' leave of absence on time. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c - returned from 5 days' leave of absence on time

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. Quarters and drills omitted on account of annual overhaul. Deck force employed wire brushing anchor chain, chipping plate on ship's side, painting floor board and batteries from main and forward holds, painting port chain locker, chipping paintwork under counter and chipping bulworks in cockpit. Yard force employed renewing electric wiring, working on engine room repairs, replanking bridge, and repairing main rail on port bow. 4:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45am boat tomorrow. 4:00 Yard force knocked off for the day. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 5:15 Lit off after boiler. 7:30 Cut out donkey boiler on scow alongside and cut after boiler in line. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Brown Shockley Hospital McFarland Left for hospital Desmond Left on leave Cezar Returned Juares

AWOL E.A. Anderson


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3 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company Incorporated Dock, at Winslow, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:45 Manuel T. Juares, M.Att 1c returned from 2 days' leave of absence on time. 8:45 Regular liberty party returned except the following absentees:- Tomas Gaviola M.Att 2c, Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, and Roy L. Layman, RM 2c. *8:00 Yard force turned to on contracted repairs. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Manuel T. Juares, M.Att 1c - returned from 2 days' leave of absence on time

Tomas Gaviola M.Att 2c - 8:45 Regular liberty party returned except the following absentees:- Tomas Gaviola M.Att 2c, Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, and Roy L. Layman, RM 2c

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - 8:45 Regular liberty party returned except the following absentees:- Tomas Gaviola M.Att 2c, Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, and Roy L. Layman, RM 2c

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - 8:45 Regular liberty party returned except the following absentees:- Tomas Gaviola M.Att 2c, Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, and Roy L. Layman, RM 2c

Roy L. Layman, RM 2c - 8:45 Regular liberty party returned except the following absentees:- Tomas Gaviola M.Att 2c, Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, and Roy L. Layman, RM 2c

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. * 11:00 Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c and Ray L. Layman, RM 2c returned aboard each having been 2 hours and 45 minutes absent without leave. *10:15 Delivered to Paul L. Crook, Sea 2c the charges and specifications preferred against him for a General Court Martial. John G. Erbland PhM 3c was examined and found qualified by a board of commissioned officers for the rating of PhM 2c. Deck force employed painting anchor chain, chipping paintwork on port bow and painting along the waterline. Yard force employed renewing electric wiring, lifting masts and at engine room repairs and repairing bridge and pipe rail on port bow. Quarters and drills omitted on account of annual overhaul. 1:00 Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c left the ship for Marine Hospital USPHS Port Townsend, Washington for inpatient treatment. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c - 11:00 Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c and Ray L. Layman, RM 2c returned aboard each having been 2 hours and 45 minutes absent without leave

Ray L. Layman, RM 2c - 11:00 Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c and Ray L. Layman, RM 2c returned aboard each having been 2 hours and 45 minutes absent without leave

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - 11:00 Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c and Ray L. Layman, RM 2c returned aboard each having been 2 hours and 45 minutes absent without leave

Paul L. Crook, Sea 2c - 10:15 Delivered to Paul L. Crook, Sea 2c the charges and specifications preferred against him for a General Court Martial

John G. Erbland PhM 3c - was examined and found qualified by a board of commissioned officers for the rating of PhM 2c

Alfred S. Desmond, F 2c - left the ship for Marine Hospital USPHS Port Townsend, Washington for inpatient treatment

4:00pm to midnight Moored as above. 4:00 Granted liberty to one watch until the 7:45am boat in Seattle tomorrow 6:00 Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c left the ship on 5 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. 4:30 yard force knocked off for the day. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c - left the ship on 5 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Shockley Cezar Hospital Desmond McFarland Returned from leave Brown Left for hospital P.W. Anderson


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4 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. dock, Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Yard force turned to on contracted repairs. 8:45 Regular liberty party returned; absentees:- * 8:45, Eric A. Anderson F 1c returned aboard having been 24 hours absent without leave. *Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Eric A. Anderson F 1c - returned aboard having been 24 hours absent without leave

Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c - *Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c

Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c - *Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 James F. Brown, F 2c returned from six days' leave of absence on time. 11:00 Ray Warner, Sea 2c failed to return from special liberty. 1:00 Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c left the ship for the USPHS Hospital of Port Townsend for treatment. 1:00 Marco J. Medin Sea 2c left the ship for the USPHS office in Seattle for board of medical survey. Quarters and drills omitted on account of annual overhaul. Deck force employed chipping paint on ship's side, wire brushing and painting anchor chains, painting along water line, painting in chain lockers, chipping and painting step for mainmast, and painting strong backs. Yard force employed lifting and resetting mainmast, repairing bridge, renewing electric wiring, welding riding pawls and working on engine room repairs. 4:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45am boat in Seattle tomorrow. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

James F. Brown, F 2c - returned from six days' leave of absence on time

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - failed to return from special liberty

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - left the ship for the USPHS Hospital of Port Townsend for treatment

Marco J. Medin Sea 2c - left the ship for the USPHS office in Seattle for board of medical survey

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:00 Ray Warner, Sea 2c, returned aboard being 5 hours absent over leave. 6:15 Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 3c returned aboard being 9 hours & 30 minutes over leave. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - returned aboard being 5 hours absent over leave

Wesley G. Rhodes SC 3c - 6:15 Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 3c returned aboard being 9 hours & 30 minutes over leave

Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c - 6:15 Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 3c returned aboard being 9 hours & 30 minutes over leave


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Shockley Cezar Hospital Desmond McFarland Anderson Left on leave Warner Hunt Dupen Neal Kearns Morrison Koski Manifold Knight


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5 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company Inc. Dock at Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 7:30 Yard force turned to on contracted repairs. 8:45 Regular liberty party returned, no absentees:- W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until the 7:45am boat in Seattle monday morning. The following named men left the vessel on leaves of absence granted by the commanding officer:- Ray Warner, Sea 2c 5 days Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c 10 days Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c 5 days Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c 10 days Max H. Kearns, CRM 7 days Edward Morrison SC 2c 5 days William O. Koski, Sea 1c 5 days Joseph P. Manifold Sea 2c 14 days Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c 2 days Deck force employed chipping paintwork from port bow, working in forehold and painting about the main deck. Yard force employed renewing electric wiring, repairing bridge, resetting masts and on engine room repairs. Commanding officer inspection omitted on account of annual overhaul. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - The following named men left the vessel on leaves of absence granted by the commanding officer:- Ray Warner, Sea 2c 5 days Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c 10 days Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c 5 days Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c 10 days Max H. Kearns, CRM 7 days Edward Morrison SC 2c 5 days William O. Koski, Sea 1c 5 days Joseph P. Manifold Sea 2c 14 days Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c 2 days

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - The following named men left the vessel on leaves of absence granted by the commanding officer:- Ray Warner, Sea 2c 5 days Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c 10 days Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c 5 days Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c 10 days Max H. Kearns, CRM 7 days Edward Morrison SC 2c 5 days William O. Koski, Sea 1c 5 days Joseph P. Manifold Sea 2c 14 days Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c 2 days

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - The following named men left the vessel on leaves of absence granted by the commanding officer:- Ray Warner, Sea 2c 5 days Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c 10 days Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c 5 days Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c 10 days Max H. Kearns, CRM 7 days Edward Morrison SC 2c 5 days William O. Koski, Sea 1c 5 days Joseph P. Manifold Sea 2c 14 days Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c 2 days

Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c - The following named men left the vessel on leaves of absence granted by the commanding officer:- Ray Warner, Sea 2c 5 days Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c 10 days Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c 5 days Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c 10 days Max H. Kearns, CRM 7 days Edward Morrison SC 2c 5 days William O. Koski, Sea 1c 5 days Joseph P. Manifold Sea 2c 14 days Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c 2 days

Max H. Kearns, CRM - The following named men left the vessel on leaves of absence granted by the commanding officer:- Ray Warner, Sea 2c 5 days Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c 10 days Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c 5 days Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c 10 days Max H. Kearns, CRM 7 days Edward Morrison SC 2c 5 days William O. Koski, Sea 1c 5 days Joseph P. Manifold Sea 2c 14 days Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c 2 days

Edward Morrison SC 2c - The following named men left the vessel on leaves of absence granted by the commanding officer:- Ray Warner, Sea 2c 5 days Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c 10 days Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c 5 days Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c 10 days Max H. Kearns, CRM 7 days Edward Morrison SC 2c 5 days William O. Koski, Sea 1c 5 days Joseph P. Manifold Sea 2c 14 days Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c 2 days

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - The following named men left the vessel on leaves of absence granted by the commanding officer:- Ray Warner, Sea 2c 5 days Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c 10 days Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c 5 days Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c 10 days Max H. Kearns, CRM 7 days Edward Morrison SC 2c 5 days William O. Koski, Sea 1c 5 days Joseph P. Manifold Sea 2c 14 days Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c 2 days

Joseph P. Manifold Sea 2c - The following named men left the vessel on leaves of absence granted by the commanding officer:- Ray Warner, Sea 2c 5 days Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c 10 days Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c 5 days Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c 10 days Max H. Kearns, CRM 7 days Edward Morrison SC 2c 5 days William O. Koski, Sea 1c 5 days Joseph P. Manifold Sea 2c 14 days Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c 2 days

Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c - The following named men left the vessel on leaves of absence granted by the commanding officer:- Ray Warner, Sea 2c 5 days Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c 10 days Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c 5 days Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c 10 days Max H. Kearns, CRM 7 days Edward Morrison SC 2c 5 days William O. Koski, Sea 1c 5 days Joseph P. Manifold Sea 2c 14 days Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c 2 days

4:00pm to Midnight. Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Shockley Cezar Hospital Desmond McFarland Anderson on leave Warner Hunt Dupen Neal Kearns Morrison Koski Manifold Knight

Left on leave Widell.


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6 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. docks at Winslow Washington. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Crew and yard force observed Sunday. 1:00 Charles H. Widell, Sea 1c left the ship on 10 days' leave of absence. W.H. Jacobson Lieut (jg)(T)

Charles H. Widell, Sea 1c - left the ship on 10 days' leave of absence

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr. Craig Shockley Cezar Warner Hunt Dupen Neal Kearns Morrison Koski Manifold Knight Widell Hospital McFarland Desmond Anderson Enlisted F.G. Barnhart


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7 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. dock Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 7:50 began moving ship to drydock. 8:30 Ship in dock began hauling her out. 9:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 Ship out and dock dry. 9:45 Eric A. Anderson, F 1c was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer. 10:00 Hull board met. Enlisted Frederick George Barnhart as Sea 2c for a period of 2 years, on a special temporary enlistment. Yard force employed renewing electric wiring, resetting masts, scraping & washing ships side working on bridge and setting up bunks in the berth deck, and examining tail shaft. Deck force employed washing water tank, marking anchor chains and scolding ship's side at the waterline. Quarters and drills omitted on account of annual overhaul. 3:45 granted liberty to one watch until the 7:45am boat tomorrow in Seattle. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer

Frederick George Barnhart - Enlisted Frederick George Barnhart as Sea 2c for a period of 2 years, on a special temporary enlistment

4:00pm to midnight. In drydock as above. 4:30 Yard force knocked off for the day. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Mr Craig Shockley Cezar Warner Hunt Dupen Neal Kearns Morrison Koski Manifold Widell Hospital McFarland Desmond Anderson L on Leave Eskola

Returned Knight


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8 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am. In the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. drydock at Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Yard force turned painting the ship's hull below the water line. 8:45 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- In dry dock as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 3:45 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45am boat in Seattle tomorrow. 4:00 Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c left the ship on five days' leave of absence. Yard force employed painting ship's bottom, installing zincs around propeller, installing electric wiring, installing tail shaft, and various repair work in engine room, and assembling pipe bunks in the berth deck. Deck force employed chipping paintwork on main deck, under bridge wings, removing lockers from berth deck, replacing gear in main hold. Quarters omitted on account of annual overhaul. 11:00 Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c returned from 2 days' leave. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut, jg (T)

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - left the ship on five days' leave of absence

Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c - returned from 2 days' leave

4:00pm to midnight:- In dry dock as above. 7:55 Commenced placing ship in water. 8:27 Knocked out last block, ship in water. 9:10 Made fast to Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company, Inc. dock at Winslow, Washington. W.H. Jacobson Lieut (jg)(T)


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Shockley Cezar Warner Hunt Dupen Neal Kearns Morrison Koski Manifold Widell Eskola Hospital McFarland Desmond Anderson AWOL J.F. Brown Discharged Medin. Returned Lt. (jg) A.J. Craig.


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9 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company Inc. Dock at Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Yard force turned to on contracted repairs. 8:45 Liberty party returned, absentees: Roy L. Layman RM 2c, Donald McGregor, F 2c, Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c and James F. Brown F 2c. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Donald McGregor, F 2c - 8:45 Liberty party returned, absentees: Roy L. Layman RM 2c, Donald McGregor, F 2c, Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c and James F. Brown F 2c

Roy L. Layman RM 2c - 8:45 Liberty party returned, absentees: Roy L. Layman RM 2c, Donald McGregor, F 2c, Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c and James F. Brown F 2c

James F. Brown F 2c - 8:45 Liberty party returned, absentees: Roy L. Layman RM 2c, Donald McGregor, F 2c, Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c and James F. Brown F 2c

Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c - 8:45 Liberty party returned, absentees: Roy L. Layman RM 2c, Donald McGregor, F 2c, Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c and James F. Brown F 2c

9:00am to Meridian. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:00 Lt (jg)(T) A.J. Craig returned from 28 days' leave of absence. 11:00 Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, Donald McGregor F 2c and Marcos T. Candelario, M.Att 1c returned aboard having been 2 hours absent without leave. 12:00 Andres M. Cezar M.Att 2c failed to return from 5 days' leave of absence and is over leave from this time. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Lt (jg)(T) A.J. Craig - returned from 28 days' leave of absence

Donald McGregor F 2c - 11:00 Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, Donald McGregor F 2c and Marcos T. Candelario, M.Att 1c returned aboard having been 2 hours absent without leave

Roy L. Layman, RM 2c - 11:00 Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, Donald McGregor F 2c and Marcos T. Candelario, M.Att 1c returned aboard having been 2 hours absent without leave

Marcos T. Candelario, M.Att 1c - 11:00 Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, Donald McGregor F 2c and Marcos T. Candelario, M.Att 1c returned aboard having been 2 hours absent without leave

Andres M. Cezar M.Att 2c - failed to return from 5 days' leave of absence and is over leave from this time

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Issued Ordinary Discharge No. 25867 to Marco J. Medin, Sea 2c, account of Board of Medical Survey of March 4, 1927, authority Headquarters dispatch 9907-1645 of March; paid in full to date. Ship Yard force employed on authorized repairs in Engineering Department and repairs to bridge, renewing lighting circuits in Wardroom and erecting standing bunks in berth deck. Deck force employed restowing main hold, spotting paint on the ship's side and about the pilot house and chipping paintwork on starboard side of main deck amidship. Quarters and drills omitted on account of annual overhaul. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Marco J. Medin, Sea 2c - Issued Ordinary Discharge No. 25867 to Marco J. Medin, Sea 2c, account of Board of Medical Survey of March 4, 1927, authority Headquarters dispatch 9907-1645 of March; paid in full to date

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. * 10:20 Found George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, who was on duty as quartermaster asleep in emergency cabin and the Anchor Watch could not be found about the weather decks. *4:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45am boat in Seattle tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

George L. Grabbe, QM 3c - 10:20 Found George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, who was on duty as quartermaster asleep in emergency cabin and the Anchor Watch could not be found about the weather decks


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

On leave Shockley Cezar Warner Hunt Dupen Neal Kearns Morrison Koski Manifold Widell Eskola Hospital McFarland Desmond Anderson Returned J.F. Brown Left on leave Koseba Takko


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10 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company's dock at Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Yard force turned to on authorized repairs. 8:45 Liberty party returned on time, no absentees. 8:45 James F. Brown, F 2c, returned from 24 hours absence without leave. A.J. Craig, Lieut, (jg)(T)

James F. Brown, F 2c - returned from 24 hours absence without leave

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 Charles T. Burget Sea 2c and Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c were placed on the binnacle list. 11:00 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of the following named men; Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927 to be tried by deck court, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927; was warned against repetition of the offence. Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c and Hugo Takko, F 1c for offense noted March 4 1927 were warned; Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c for offence noted March 9, 1927 was warned; James F. Brown, F 2c for offense noted March 9, 1927, to be tried by deck court; * Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Donald McGregor F 2c for offence on March 8, 1927 to lose 1 liberty each. George L. Grabbe, QM 3c for offence noted March 9, 1926 to be tried by deck court. 1:00 John F. Koseba, Eng 1c and Hugo Takko F 1c left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding officer. 1:00 Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c was placed on the binnacle list. * Yard force employed working on bridge, renewing electric wiring, placing bunk in berth deck, and electric welding riding pawls. Deck force employed chipping and cleaning about the bridge and restowing main hold. *1:15 The General Court of which Lt. Comdr L.W. Perkins is President met in the case of Paul L. Crook Sea 2c. * 12:00 Andres M Cezar M.Att 2c is 24 hours over leave from this time. William Bowman Ensign (T)

Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c - 9:00 Charles T. Burget Sea 2c and Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c were placed on the binnacle list

Charles T. Burget Sea 2c - 9:00 Charles T. Burget Sea 2c and Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c were placed on the binnacle list

Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c - 11:00 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of the following named men; Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927 to be tried by deck court, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927; was warned against repetition of the offence. Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c and Hugo Takko, F 1c for offense noted March 4 1927 were warned; Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c for offence noted March 9, 1927 was warned; James F. Brown, F 2c for offense noted March 9, 1927, to be tried by deck court; * Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Donald McGregor F 2c for offence on March 8, 1927 to lose 1 liberty each. George L. Grabbe, QM 3c for offence noted March 9, 1926 to be tried by deck court

Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c - 11:00 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of the following named men; Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927 to be tried by deck court, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927; was warned against repetition of the offence. Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c and Hugo Takko, F 1c for offense noted March 4 1927 were warned; Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c for offence noted March 9, 1927 was warned; James F. Brown, F 2c for offense noted March 9, 1927, to be tried by deck court; * Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Donald McGregor F 2c for offence on March 8, 1927 to lose 1 liberty each. George L. Grabbe, QM 3c for offence noted March 9, 1926 to be tried by deck court

Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c - 11:00 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of the following named men; Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927 to be tried by deck court, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927; was warned against repetition of the offence. Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c and Hugo Takko, F 1c for offense noted March 4 1927 were warned; Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c for offence noted March 9, 1927 was warned; James F. Brown, F 2c for offense noted March 9, 1927, to be tried by deck court; * Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Donald McGregor F 2c for offence on March 8, 1927 to lose 1 liberty each. George L. Grabbe, QM 3c for offence noted March 9, 1926 to be tried by deck court

Hugo Takko, F 1c - 11:00 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of the following named men; Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927 to be tried by deck court, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927; was warned against repetition of the offence. Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c and Hugo Takko, F 1c for offense noted March 4 1927 were warned; Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c for offence noted March 9, 1927 was warned; James F. Brown, F 2c for offense noted March 9, 1927, to be tried by deck court; * Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Donald McGregor F 2c for offence on March 8, 1927 to lose 1 liberty each. George L. Grabbe, QM 3c for offence noted March 9, 1926 to be tried by deck court

Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c - 11:00 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of the following named men; Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927 to be tried by deck court, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927; was warned against repetition of the offence. Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c and Hugo Takko, F 1c for offense noted March 4 1927 were warned; Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c for offence noted March 9, 1927 was warned; James F. Brown, F 2c for offense noted March 9, 1927, to be tried by deck court; * Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Donald McGregor F 2c for offence on March 8, 1927 to lose 1 liberty each. George L. Grabbe, QM 3c for offence noted March 9, 1926 to be tried by deck court

James F. Brown, F 2c - 11:00 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of the following named men; Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927 to be tried by deck court, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927; was warned against repetition of the offence. Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c and Hugo Takko, F 1c for offense noted March 4 1927 were warned; Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c for offence noted March 9, 1927 was warned; James F. Brown, F 2c for offense noted March 9, 1927, to be tried by deck court; * Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Donald McGregor F 2c for offence on March 8, 1927 to lose 1 liberty each. George L. Grabbe, QM 3c for offence noted March 9, 1926 to be tried by deck court

Roy L. Layman, RM 2c - 11:00 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of the following named men; Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927 to be tried by deck court, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927; was warned against repetition of the offence. Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c and Hugo Takko, F 1c for offense noted March 4 1927 were warned; Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c for offence noted March 9, 1927 was warned; James F. Brown, F 2c for offense noted March 9, 1927, to be tried by deck court; * Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Donald McGregor F 2c for offence on March 8, 1927 to lose 1 liberty each. George L. Grabbe, QM 3c for offence noted March 9, 1926 to be tried by deck court

Donald McGregor F 2c - 11:00 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of the following named men; Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927 to be tried by deck court, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927; was warned against repetition of the offence. Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c and Hugo Takko, F 1c for offense noted March 4 1927 were warned; Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c for offence noted March 9, 1927 was warned; James F. Brown, F 2c for offense noted March 9, 1927, to be tried by deck court; * Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Donald McGregor F 2c for offence on March 8, 1927 to lose 1 liberty each. George L. Grabbe, QM 3c for offence noted March 9, 1926 to be tried by deck court

George L. Grabbe, QM 3c - 11:00 The Commanding officer held mast in the cases of the following named men; Samuel G. Fisher QM 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927 to be tried by deck court, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c for offence noted March 4, 1927; was warned against repetition of the offence. Cyrus L. Knight, WT 2c and Hugo Takko, F 1c for offense noted March 4 1927 were warned; Marcos T. Candelario M.Att 1c for offence noted March 9, 1927 was warned; James F. Brown, F 2c for offense noted March 9, 1927, to be tried by deck court; * Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Donald McGregor F 2c for offence on March 8, 1927 to lose 1 liberty each. George L. Grabbe, QM 3c for offence noted March 9, 1926 to be tried by deck court

Hugo Takko F 1c - 1:00 John F. Koseba, Eng 1c and Hugo Takko F 1c left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding officer

John F. Koseba, Eng 1c - 1:00 John F. Koseba, Eng 1c and Hugo Takko F 1c left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding officer

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - was placed on the binnacle list

Lt. Comdr L.W. Perkins - 1:15 The General Court of which Lt. Comdr L.W. Perkins is President met in the case of Paul L. Crook Sea 2c

Andres M Cezar M.Att 2c - is 24 hours over leave from this time

Paul L. Crook Sea 2c - 1:15 The General Court of which Lt. Comdr L.W. Perkins is President met in the case of Paul L. Crook Sea 2c

4:00pm to Midnight. Moored as above. 8:00 Prendy Powell QM 1c was placed on the binnacle list. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Prendy Powell QM 1c - was placed on the binnacle list

*James F. Brown, F 2c, offered no excuse for his absence of 24 hours without leave. His absence on the 9th instant is unexcused, no pay accrues for that day.

James F. Brown, F 2c - offered no excuse for his absence of 24 hours without leave. His absence on the 9th instant is unexcused, no pay accrues for that day.


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

On leave Hunt Neal Kearns Manifold Widell Eskola Koseba Takko Hospital McFarland Desmond Anderson AWOL A.M. Cezar R. Warner Returned Shockley Morrison Koski Dupen

Left for hospital E.A. Anderson


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11 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. Winslow, Washington. 8:45 liberty party returned; no absentees. 8:50 Eric A. Anderson, F 1c left the ship for the Emergency Hospital, Seattle Washington. 8:00 yard force turned to on contracted repairs. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - left the ship for the Emergency Hospital, Seattle Washington

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:55 The following named men returned from leaves of absence on time:- Glen R Shockley RM 2c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c, and Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c. * 1:00 General Court met in the case of Paul L. Crook, Sea 2c on charge of desertion. 3:00 General Court adjourned. 3:45 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45am boat in Seattle tomorrow. Deck force employed scrubbing ship's side, chipping searchlight stand, cleaning about spar and main decks, and red leading ship's side. Yard force employed securing bunks in the berth deck, repairing bridge, installing new electric wiring, installing new battery box, and working in boiler room, and covering collar on main mast. Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c, and Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c were restored to duty by the ship's medical officer. 12:00 Ray Warner, Sea 2c failed to return from 5 days' leave of absence and is over leave from this time. 12:00 Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c is now 48 hours over leave. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Glen R Shockley RM 2c - 10:55 The following named men returned from leaves of absence on time:- Glen R Shockley RM 2c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c, and Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - 10:55 The following named men returned from leaves of absence on time:- Glen R Shockley RM 2c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c, and Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - 10:55 The following named men returned from leaves of absence on time:- Glen R Shockley RM 2c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c, and Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - 10:55 The following named men returned from leaves of absence on time:- Glen R Shockley RM 2c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c, and Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c

Paul L. Crook, Sea 2c - 1:00 General Court met in the case of Paul L. Crook, Sea 2c on charge of desertion

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c, and Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c were restored to duty by the ship's medical officer

Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c - Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c, and Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c were restored to duty by the ship's medical officer

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - failed to return from 5 days' leave of absence and is over leave from this time

Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c - is now 48 hours over leave

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

On leave Hunt Neal Manifold Widell Eskola Koseba Takko Hospital McFarland Desmond P.W. Anderson E.A. Anderson AWOL A.M. Cezar Warner Returned Kearns.


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12 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company Inc. Dock at Winslow Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 7:30 Yard force turned to on contracted repairs. 8:45 Prendy Powell, QM 1c was restored to duty by ship's medical officer. 8:45 Liberty party returned, absentees, Floyd Smith WT 2c. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Prendy Powell, QM 1c - was restored to duty by ship's medical officer

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. 11:00 Received by mail, via Northern Division, part of the books and blanks requisitioned for the ensuing year. 12:00 Ray Warner, Sea 2c, is now absent over leave 24 hours. 12:00 Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c is now 72 hours absent over leave. 12:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45am boat at Seattle Monday, March 14, 1927. 3:15 Floyd Smith, WT 2c, returned, having been absent 6 hours and 30 minutes after his liberty expired. 3:15 Max H. Kearns, CRM returned from leave of absence on time. Ship Yard force employed on authorized repairs in the engineering department, installing new electric wiring, making repairs to the bridge, setting up standing bunks on the berth deck, completing installation of new battery box. Deck force employed taking anchor and anchor chains on board, spotting paint about the bridge, cleaning about the main, spar and berth decks, and painting standing bunks on berth deck. Carpenter with assistant commenced work of ceiling the radio room. Engineer force made repair to the port riding pawl. Commanding Officer's inspection omitted on account of annual overhaul. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - is now absent over leave 24 hours

Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c - is now 72 hours absent over leave

Floyd Smith, WT 2c - returned, having been absent 6 hours and 30 minutes after his liberty expired

Max H. Kearns, CRM - returned from leave of absence on time

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

On leave Hunt Neal Manifold Widell Eskola Koseba Takko Hospital McFarland Desmond E.A. Anderson P.W. Anderson AWOL A.M. Cezar Returned Warner.


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13 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company's dock at Winslow, Washington. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00am to Midnight. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Observed Sunday. * 12:00 Ray Warner, Sea 2c is now 48 hours absent without leave. *10:30 Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c is now 96 hours absent over leave. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - is now 48 hours absent without leave

Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c - is now 96 hours absent over leave

4:00pm to midnight Moored as above. 6:50 Ray Warner, Sea 2c returned aboard having been 54 hours & 50 minutes absent over leave. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - returned aboard having been 54 hours & 50 minutes absent over leave


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Hunt Neal Manifold Widell Eskola Koseba Takko Hospital Desmond P.W. Anderson AWOL A.M. Cezar Returned McFarland AOL Rhodes


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14 March 1927

winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. dock Winslow, Washington. 8:00 yard force turned to on contracted repairs. 8:45 liberty party returned; absentees: Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c. 8:45, Clarence L. McFarland RM 2c returned from Marine Hospital, USPHS, Port Townsend, Washington. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - 8:45 liberty party returned; absentees: Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c

Clarence L. McFarland RM 2c - returned from Marine Hospital, USPHS, Port Townsend, Washington

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:00 The commanding officer held mast and directed that Ray Warner, Sea 2c be tried by a deck court for offense noted March 13, 1927; and Floyd Smith, WT 2c to lose one liberty for offense noted March 12, 1927 * * Deck court senteces were published this date as follows:- George L. Grabbe, QM 3c to lose ten days' pay amounting to $20.00, James F. Brown, F 2c to lose 10 days' pay amounting to $18.00, and Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c to lose the sum of $10.00 from his pay. Yard force employed renewing electric wiring, securing new battery box, installing "Y" in boiler which completed engineroom repairs, installing bunks in berth deck, working on bridge. Deck force employed spotting paint on ship's side, washing paintwork, scraping deck in berth deck, and working in radio room. 3:45 Granted liberty to one watch until 7:45am boat in Seattle tomorrow. *12:00 Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c is now 5 days absent over leave. *Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c failed to return from 5 days' leave and is over leave from this time. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - 11:00 The commanding officer held mast and directed that Ray Warner, Sea 2c be tried by a deck court for offense noted March 13, 1927; and Floyd Smith, WT 2c to lose one liberty for offense noted March 12, 1927

Floyd Smith, WT 2c - 11:00 The commanding officer held mast and directed that Ray Warner, Sea 2c be tried by a deck court for offense noted March 13, 1927; and Floyd Smith, WT 2c to lose one liberty for offense noted March 12, 1927

George L. Grabbe, QM 3c - Deck court senteces were published this date as follows:- George L. Grabbe, QM 3c to lose ten days' pay amounting to $20.00, James F. Brown, F 2c to lose 10 days' pay amounting to $18.00, and Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c to lose the sum of $10.00 from his pay

James F. Brown, F 2c - Deck court senteces were published this date as follows:- George L. Grabbe, QM 3c to lose ten days' pay amounting to $20.00, James F. Brown, F 2c to lose 10 days' pay amounting to $18.00, and Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c to lose the sum of $10.00 from his pay

Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c - Deck court senteces were published this date as follows:- George L. Grabbe, QM 3c to lose ten days' pay amounting to $20.00, James F. Brown, F 2c to lose 10 days' pay amounting to $18.00, and Samuel G. Fisher, QM 2c to lose the sum of $10.00 from his pay

Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c - is now 5 days absent over leave

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - failed to return from 5 days' leave and is over leave from this time

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. Ray Warner, Sea 2c offered no excuse for his absence of March 11 and 12. His absence is unexcused, no pay accrues for those days. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - offered no excuse for his absence of March 11 and 12. His absence is unexcused, no pay accrues for those days


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winslow washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Leave Hunt Neal Manifold Koseba Takko Widell Hospital Desmond E.A. Anderson P.W. Anderson AWOL A.M. Cezar Eskola Left for hospital Babin.

Left on Leave. A.L. Lundberg


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15 March 1927

out of eagle harbor

Lat 47.6, Long -122.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co. Inc. Dock at Winslow, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. * 9:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. 9:00 Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c returned aboard 24 hours absent over leave. 8:00 Yard force turned to on contracted repairs. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c - returned aboard 24 hours absent over leave

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. ** * 1:00 Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c, left for the USPHS Hospital at Port Townsend. 2:00 Made preparations for getting underway. 2:35 The Arcata arrived from Seattle with stores. 2:55 Finished taking stores aboard from the Arcata, which ship stood out immediately. Stores received from the Arcata were from San Francsico Store on class IV and V requisition via Nelson Steamship Co. on GBLs No. T-548294 and T-548295. *1:00 Ray Warner, Sea 2c, was placed on the binnacle list for treatment of a disorder the result of his own misconduct, no pay accrues this date, or while so absent from duty. 3:10 Let go lines from the Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Company's dock and stood out of Eagle Harbor on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. 3:55 Reduced to slow speed approaching berth alongside Haida at Seattle. Yard force employed installing new electric wiring, all other contracted repairs having been completed. Deck force employed reeving new falls for the motor sailer, scraping deck of berth deck, taking radio equipment on board, taking stores aboard, handling lines and spotting paint about the bridge. Carpenter with assistants employed ceiling the radio room. Quarters and drills omitted on account of annual overhaul. **12:00 Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c, is now 6 days absent over leave. 12:00 Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c is now 1 day absent over leave. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c - left for the USPHS Hospital at Port Townsend

Arcata - 2:35 The Arcata arrived from Seattle with stores

Arcata - 2:55 Finished taking stores aboard from the Arcata, which ship stood out immediately

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - was placed on the binnacle list for treatment of a disorder the result of his own misconduct, no pay accrues this date, or while so absent from duty

Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c - is now 6 days absent over leave

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - is now 1 day absent over leave

4:00pm to midnight:- 4:05 Stopped and moored alongside the Haida at the US Shipping Board Moorings at Seattle, Washington. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 4:30 Allan L. Lundberg, CBM (a) left the ship on 10 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Haida - 4:05 Stopped and moored alongside the Haida at the US Shipping Board Moorings at Seattle, Washington

Allan L. Lundberg, CBM (a) - left the ship on 10 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Manifold Lundberg Hospital Desmond E.A. Anderson P.W. Anderson Babin Returned Widell Koseba Takko Neal. Hunt

AWOL Cezar Eskola.


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16 March 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside the Haida at the US Shipping Board Moorings, Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

Haida - Moored alongside the Haida at the US Shipping Board Moorings, Seattle, Washington

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c returned from 10 days leave of absence on time. 10:00 Carl H. Widell sea 1c returned from leave of absence. 11:00 John F. Koseba Eng 1c, Hugo Takko F 1c and Glen E. Neal Sea 1c returned from leaves of absence on time. 3:45 received on board one T3 radio transmitter complete from Base 10 Port Townsend Washington. Deck force employed washing masts, painting berth deck, and painting standing bunks. Contractors working at electric wiring. 12:00 Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2 is now 7 days absent without leave. 12:00 Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c is now 2 days' absent without leave. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - returned from 10 days leave of absence on time

Carl H. Widell sea 1c - returned from leave of absence

John F. Koseba Eng 1c - 11:00 John F. Koseba Eng 1c, Hugo Takko F 1c and Glen E. Neal Sea 1c returned from leaves of absence on time

Glen E. Neal Sea 1c - 11:00 John F. Koseba Eng 1c, Hugo Takko F 1c and Glen E. Neal Sea 1c returned from leaves of absence on time

Hugo Takko F 1c - 11:00 John F. Koseba Eng 1c, Hugo Takko F 1c and Glen E. Neal Sea 1c returned from leaves of absence on time

Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2 - is now 7 days absent without leave

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - is now 2 days' absent without leave

4:00pm to midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 9:00 after a careful search it was found that Charles T. Burget, sea 2c had left the ship without permission and is now absent without leave. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles T. Burget, sea 2c - 9:00 after a careful search it was found that Charles T. Burget, sea 2c had left the ship without permission and is now absent without leave


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Manifold Lundberg Hospital Desmond P.W. Anderson AWOL Cezar Eskola Returned Babin Anderson

Left for hospital Neal

Left on leave Smith


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17 March 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored alongside the Haida, at the US Shipping Board moorings Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 6:00 Charles T. Burget sea 2c returned aboard having been 9 hours absent without leave. 8:00 liberty party returned on time except Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c. 8:15 Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c returned having been 15 minutes overleave. 9:00 Charles F. Hunt sea 1c returned aboard having been 1 hour absent without leave. * Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c is now 3 days' absent without leave. *Adres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c is now 8 days absent without leave. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Haida - Moored alongside the Haida, at the US Shipping Board moorings Seattle, Washington

Charles T. Burget sea 2c - returned aboard having been 9 hours absent without leave

Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c - 8:00 liberty party returned on time except Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c

Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c - returned having been 15 minutes overleave

Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c - 8:00 liberty party returned on time except Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c

Charles F. Hunt sea 1c - returned aboard having been 1 hour absent without leave

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - is now 3 days' absent without leave

Adres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c - is now 8 days absent without leave

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 12:00 Eric A. Anderson, F 1c returned aboard from USPHS Hospital, Port Townsend. * 1:24 Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c left for the USPHS Hospital Port Townsend, for treatment of a disease due to his own misconduct, no pay to accrue this date or while so absent from duty. 1:35 Howard H. Babin Sea 2c returned from USPHS Port Townsend and was placed on the binnacle list. 1:30 The commanding officer held mast in following cases:- Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c for offense noted March 15, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Eric A. Anderson, F 1c for offense noted March 4, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 to be tried by a deck court. Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning. Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning. As Eric A. Anderson, F 1c could offer no acceptable excuse for his absence of 24 hours on March 3, 1927 no pay accrues for that day. Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c could offer no acceptable excuse for his absence on March 14, 1927 no pay accrues on that date. Deck force employed scrubbing paintwork, painting the ship's side and painting the bridge. 2:30 Floyd Smith, WT 2c left on 3 days leave of absence, granted by the CO. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - returned aboard from USPHS Hospital, Port Townsend

Glen E. Neal, Sea 1c - left for the USPHS Hospital Port Townsend, for treatment of a disease due to his own misconduct, no pay to accrue this date or while so absent from duty

Howard H. Babin Sea 2c - returned from USPHS Port Townsend and was placed on the binnacle list

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - 1:30 The commanding officer held mast in following cases:- Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c for offense noted March 15, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Eric A. Anderson, F 1c for offense noted March 4, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 to be tried by a deck court. Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning. Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - 1:30 The commanding officer held mast in following cases:- Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c for offense noted March 15, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Eric A. Anderson, F 1c for offense noted March 4, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 to be tried by a deck court. Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning. Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning

Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c - 1:30 The commanding officer held mast in following cases:- Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c for offense noted March 15, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Eric A. Anderson, F 1c for offense noted March 4, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 to be tried by a deck court. Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning. Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - 1:30 The commanding officer held mast in following cases:- Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c for offense noted March 15, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Eric A. Anderson, F 1c for offense noted March 4, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 to be tried by a deck court. Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning. Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning

Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c - 1:30 The commanding officer held mast in following cases:- Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c for offense noted March 15, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Eric A. Anderson, F 1c for offense noted March 4, 1927, to be tried by a deck court. Charles T. Burget, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 to be tried by a deck court. Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning. Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c for offense noted March 17, 1927 a warning

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - As Eric A. Anderson, F 1c could offer no acceptable excuse for his absence of 24 hours on March 3, 1927 no pay accrues for that day

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - could offer no acceptable excuse for his absence on March 14, 1927 no pay accrues on that date

Floyd Smith, WT 2c - left on 3 days leave of absence, granted by the CO

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Smith Manifold Lundburg Hospital Neal Desmond P.W. Anderson AWOL Cezar Eskola Reported Mr. Haugen Detached Mr. Jacobson


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18 March 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:15 Hauled ship across slip to south dock to take commissary stores aboard. 9:00 After a careful search of the ship it was found that James F. Brown, F 2c and Charles T. Burget sea 2c had left the ship without permission and had taken their personal effects with them, they are therefore declared deserters as of this date. W.H. Jacobson, Lieut (jg)(T)

Haida - Moored to the Haida at the US Shipping Board Dock at Seattle, Washington

James F. Brown, F 2c - 9:00 After a careful search of the ship it was found that James F. Brown, F 2c and Charles T. Burget sea 2c had left the ship without permission and had taken their personal effects with them, they are therefore declared deserters as of this date

Charles T. Burget sea 2c - 9:00 After a careful search of the ship it was found that James F. Brown, F 2c and Charles T. Burget sea 2c had left the ship without permission and had taken their personal effects with them, they are therefore declared deserters as of this date

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 commissary stores came on board from local contractors. * 11:45 Lieut T. N.S. Haugen, reported on board for duty in accordance with Headquarters letter dated March 9, 1927 (73-531) 4:00 Lieut (jg)(T) W.H. Jacobson, left the ship having been detached by verbal orders of commander Northern Division. Electric wiring completed this date. Began installation of new radio transmitter. Deck force employed handling stores and painting ship's side. * 12:00 Andreas M. Cezar M.Att 2c is now 9 days absent overleave. 12:00 Arthur J. Eskola F 2c is now 4 days absent overleave. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Lieut T. N.S. Haugen - reported on board for duty in accordance with Headquarters letter dated March 9, 1927 (73-531)

Lieut (jg)(T) W.H. Jacobson - left the ship having been detached by verbal orders of commander Northern Division

Andreas M. Cezar M.Att 2c - is now 9 days absent overleave

Arthur J. Eskola F 2c - is now 4 days absent overleave

4:00pm to midnight. Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Manifold Lundburg Smith Hospital Neal Desmond P.W. Anderson AWOL Eskola Reported J.L. Burton


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19 March 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the South dock of the US Shipping Board moorings Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm: Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder sample, condition normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Radio personel, under direction of Radio Electrician Griffiths, employed at securing batteries in battery box, making antennae and placing radio equipment in radio room. Deck force employed painting pilot house and ship's side and stowing stores. Filled recoil cylinders on 6 pdr guns. * 12:00 Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c, is now 10 days absent without leave hes therefor declared to be a deserter as of March 9, 1927; authority article 462, Regulations. 1:00 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am Monday, March 21, 2:30 Received from General Electric Co., via American Railway Express, two boxes containing radio equipment; boxes marked BL-T-493573, which bill of lading could not be found on board. *10:00 Received, from San Francisco Store, by parcel post, 1 table cloth which was part of last class IV requisition. Quarters and drills omitted on account of Annual overhaul. *10:00 Jesse L. Burton, sea 2c, reported on board for duty in accordance with Haida's orders of this date. *12:00 Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c, is now absent 5 days without leave. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Radio Electrician Griffiths - Radio personel, under direction of Radio Electrician Griffiths, employed at securing batteries in battery box, making antennae and placing radio equipment in radio room

Andres M. Cezar, M.Att 2c - is now 10 days absent without leave hes therefor declared to be a deserter as of March 9, 1927; authority article 462, Regulations

Jesse L. Burton, sea 2c - reported on board for duty in accordance with Haida's orders of this date

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - is now absent 5 days without leave

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Lundburg Smith Hospital Neal Desmond P.W. Anderson AWOL Eskola R of Leave Manifold Enlisted T. Gimferona


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20 March 1927

seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored at the US Shipping Board Moorings at Seattle, Wash. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. 9:00 Ray Warner, Sea 2c was found to be absent from the ship without leave. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - was found to be absent from the ship without leave

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. * Observed Sunday. ** At 12:50pm Ray Warner, Sea 2c returned to the Ship he having been absent without leave 3 hours and 50 minutes. *At 11:30am Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 2c, returned from fourteen (14) days leave of absence on time. **At 12:00 Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c, is now six (6) days absent without leave N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - returned to the Ship he having been absent without leave 3 hours and 50 minutes

Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 2c - returned from fourteen (14) days leave of absence on time

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - is now six (6) days absent without leave

4:00pm to midnight: Moored as above. Reenlisted Teofilo Gimferona as M.Att 1c, for a period of one (1) year, regular enlistment. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Teofilo Gimferona - Reenlisted Teofilo Gimferona as M.Att 1c, for a period of one (1) year, regular enlistment


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Lundburg Hospital Neal P.W. Anderson AWOL Eskola Transferred Desmond Enlisted L. M. Fulgencio E.A. Leece Ret of Leave Smith


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21 March 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the US Shipping Board Moorings, Seattle, Washington. Carried out the regular morning routine. At 8:00am liberty party returned, no absentees. At 8:55am Floyd Smith, WT 2c, returned from three (3) days leave of absence on time. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Floyd Smith, WT 2c - returned from three (3) days leave of absence on time

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magzine, temperature normal. 9:30 Tested shoulder line throwing gun, condition satisfactory. * Enlisted Lee Maypa Fulgencio as M.Att 2c, on special temporary enlistment for a period of three years. Enlisted Ernest Anthony Leece as F 3c, on special temporary enlistment for 3 years. Transferred Alfred Standley Desmond, F 2c, who is now at the USPHS Hospital at Port Townsend, to Section Base 10; authority Northern Division's 1st Indorsement of March 18, 1927 (73) to Unalga's letter requesting such authority. Advanced John G. Erbland, PhM 3c to the rating of PhM 2c, effective this date; authority Headquarter's letter of March 12, 1927 (73). Deck force employed scrubbing ventilator and stack, setting running lights in correct positions, squaring fore yard and painting along waterline. Radio personel, assisted by Carpenter, employed installing equipment in radio room. 4:00 Engineers force commenced cleaning the forward boiler. Quarters and drills omitted on account of annual overhaul. *9:30 Received, from contractor, four metal mess lockers for general mess. 12:00 Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c, is now 7 days absent over leave. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

Lee Maypa Fulgencio - Enlisted Lee Maypa Fulgencio as M.Att 2c, on special temporary enlistment for a period of three years

Ernest Anthony Leece - Enlisted Ernest Anthony Leece as F 3c, on special temporary enlistment for 3 years

Alfred Standley Desmond, F 2c - Transferred Alfred Standley Desmond, F 2c, who is now at the USPHS Hospital at Port Townsend, to Section Base 10; authority Northern Division's 1st Indorsement of March 18, 1927 (73) to Unalga's letter requesting such authority

John G. Erbland, PhM 3c - Advanced John G. Erbland, PhM 3c to the rating of PhM 2c, effective this date; authority Headquarter's letter of March 12, 1927 (73)

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - is now 7 days absent over leave

4:00pm to Midnight: Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Lundburg Hospital Neal P.W. Anderson AWOL Eskola Tr. Hospital Vickrey Discharged Fisher B.J. Anne


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22 March 1927

out into elliott bay and puget sound

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the US Shipping Board Moorings, Seattle, Wash. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, absentees Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c. 8:30 Made preparations for getting underway. 8:35 Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c returned from 35 minutes absence over liberty. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - 8:00 Regular liberty party returned, absentees Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - returned from 35 minutes absence over liberty

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 9:15 let go lines from dock and stood out into Elliott Bay and Puget Sound at half speed of 70 rpm on various courses. 10:00 changed course and stood back for Seattle, it having been found that John C. Vickery Sea 2c was ill with scarlet fever. 10:55 made fast to the Shipping Board Dock Seattle, Washington. * 11:40 John C. Vickery, Sea 2c left the ship for the Emergency Hospital, USPHS. 12:00 let go lines from dock and stood out into Elliott Bay and Puget Sound on various courses at 1/2 speed of 70 rpm. 2:35 made fast to Pier 5 at Navy Yard, Puget ** Sound. Deck force employed handling lines, cleaning and washing the paintwork about the spar deck. Radio personel installing new radio transmitter. 12:00 Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c is now 8 days absent over leave. *Reported case to US Public Health Office, Seattle, which communicated with City Health authorities. No quarantine required. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

John C. Vickery Sea 2c - 10:00 changed course and stood back for Seattle, it having been found that John C. Vickery Sea 2c was ill with scarlet fever

John C. Vickery, Sea 2c - left the ship for the Emergency Hospital, USPHS

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - is now 8 days absent over leave

4:00pm to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until the 8:30 boat in Seattle tomorrow morning. 4:30 Issued ordinary discharge #25870 and #25871 to Samuel G. Fisher QM 3c and Bernt J. Anne F 3c respectively, authority Headquarters dispatch 9019-1555. paid in full to date. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Samuel G. Fisher QM 3c - 4:30 Issued ordinary discharge #25870 and #25871 to Samuel G. Fisher QM 3c and Bernt J. Anne F 3c respectively, authority Headquarters dispatch 9019-1555. paid in full to date

Bernt J. Anne F 3c - 4:30 Issued ordinary discharge #25870 and #25871 to Samuel G. Fisher QM 3c and Bernt J. Anne F 3c respectively, authority Headquarters dispatch 9019-1555. paid in full to date

**Commanding Officer called on the Commandant Navy Yard, to report arrival of vessel and aformentioning case of scarlet fever.


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navy yard puget sound

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6

Hospital Neal P.W. Anderson Vickrey AWOL Eskola Returned Lundburg.


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23 March 1927

navy yard puget sound washington

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to Pier 5 Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Yard force turned to making preparations for installing generator. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moroed as above. Made daily examination of magazine and smokeless powder samples, temperature normal. At 9:40 regular liberty party returned, no absentees. The Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as follows: Ray Warner, Sea 2c, for offense noted in 20 March log, 9:00am to 4pm watch, restriction to the ship for a period of thirty (30) days; Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c, for offense noted in 12 March log, midnight to 9:00am watch, warning. Deck force employed in washing paintwork, engine room force in cleaning locker and radio personel assisted in installation of new radio apparatus. At 12:00 Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c absent over leave nine (9) days. 12:00 Michael A. Saulter, Eng 2c, failed to return from special liberty. At 4:00pm Allan L. Lundburg, CBM (a) returned from eight (8) days' leave of absence. Omitted quarters and drills on account of annual overhaul. Sent Smokeless Powder Samples to Ammunition Depot, Puget Sound, Wn, for semi-annual surveillance test. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - The Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as follows: Ray Warner, Sea 2c, for offense noted in 20 March log, 9:00am to 4pm watch, restriction to the ship for a period of thirty (30) days; Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c, for offense noted in 12 March log, midnight to 9:00am watch, warning

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - The Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as follows: Ray Warner, Sea 2c, for offense noted in 20 March log, 9:00am to 4pm watch, restriction to the ship for a period of thirty (30) days; Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c, for offense noted in 12 March log, midnight to 9:00am watch, warning

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - absent over leave nine (9) days

Michael A. Saulter, Eng 2c - failed to return from special liberty

Allan L. Lundburg, CBM (a) - returned from eight (8) days' leave of absence

4:00pm to Midnight: At 4:30pm granted liberty to one watch, until arrival tomorrow of 8:30am boat from Seattle, Wn. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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navy yard puget sound

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6

Hospital Neal P.W. Anderson Vickrey Deserted Saulter Eskola


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24 March 1927

navy yard puget sound washington

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

Midnight to 9:00am: Moored to Pier 5, Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Washington. Carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00 yard workers and ship's radio personnel continued work installing radio apparatus. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:40 Regular liberty party returned on time. 1:00 Received Commissary Stores and Clothing from Navy Yard. 1:30 Received replacement powder sample of index No. SPD 1314 from Naval Ammunition Depot, Puget Sound, Wash. Deck force employed handling stores; painting masts, yards, stack and bridge rail; and setting up crews clothing lockers. Radio personnel employed on installation of radio equipment. Yard force employed at placing of radio motor-generator and running power leads. Engineers force employed cleaning the forward boiler. Michael A. Saulter, Eng 2c, was found to have taken all his personal effects with him, he is therefore declared to be a deserter as of March 23, 1927; authority, article 462, Regulations. Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c, is today ten days absent over leave and is therefore declared to be a deserter as of March 14, 1927; authority, article 462, Regulations. Quarters and drill omitted on account of annual over-haul. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Michael A. Saulter, Eng 2c - was found to have taken all his personal effects with him, he is therefore declared to be a deserter as of March 23, 1927; authority, article 462, Regulations

Arthur J. Eskola, F 2c - is today ten days absent over leave and is therefore declared to be a deserter as of March 14, 1927; authority, article 462, Regulations

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 8:30 boat from Seattle, tomorrow morning. A.J. Craig, Lieut, (jg)(T)


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navy yard puget sound washington

Lat 47.6, Long 117.2

Hospital Neal P.W. Anderson Vickery Left on Leave


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25 March 1927

us navy yard puget sound washington

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored at pier 5, US Navy Yard, Puget Sound Washington. Carried out the morning routine. At 8:00 radio personnel and yard force continued work of installing radio equipment. A.J. Craig, Lieut, (jg)(T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 liberty party returned; no absentees. Received on board from the Navy Yard diy stores for the ensuing year. 3:30 Arcata stood in and made fast alongside. Received from the Arcata drawers for lockers, 2 pair of binoculars and various other items due from the last requisition. 3:40 Arcata stood out. Yard force employed drilling holes for radio power leads and installing leads and automatic starter. Radio personnel employed installing radio equipment in radio room. Deck force employed handling stores, painting about the spar deck, assembling lockers and reeving off boat falls. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Arcata - 3:30 Arcata stood in and made fast alongside

Arcata - 3:40 Arcata stood out

4:00pm to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until the 8:30am boat tomorrow in Seattle. At 4:30pm John F. Koseba, Eng 1c, left on two (2) days' leave of absence granted by commanding officer. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

John F. Koseba, Eng 1c - left on two (2) days' leave of absence granted by commanding officer


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navy yard puget sound

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6

Hospital Neal Vickery Returned P.W. Anderson Leave Koseba


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26 March 1927

navy yard puget sound

Lat , Long

Midnight to 9am. Moored to Pier 5 Navy Yard, Puget Sound. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 yard force turned to on radio installation.

9:00am to 4:00pm: Moored as above. Crew engaged in painting masts and bridge. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. At 9:30 liberty party returned, no absentees. At 10:30 made preparations to shift berth. At 11:15 let go lines and shifted berth. At 11:30 made fast at South end of Pier 5. At 1:00pm granted liberty to one watch until the arrival of 8:30am boat from Seattle, Wn., March 28. Radio personnel continued installing radio equipment and engine room force continued cleaning forward boiler. Koseba on leave this day N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

Koseba - on leave this day

4:00pm to midnight: Moored as above. At 4:30pm Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c, returned from Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn. and was granted special liberty until March 29, 1927, for the purpose of recuperating in his home; upon the recommendation of the Medical Officer in charge USPHS Relief Station N. 329. At 8:30pm finished cleaning forward boiler. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - returned from Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn. and was granted special liberty until March 29, 1927, for the purpose of recuperating in his home; upon the recommendation of the Medical Officer in charge USPHS Relief Station N. 329


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navy yard puget sound

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6

Hospital Neal Vickery Leave Koseba


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27 March 1927

navy yard puget sound

Lat , Long

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to Pier 5, Navy Yard, Puget Sound. Carried out the regular Sunday morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm .- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 1:55 George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, and Edward Morrison, SC 2c, returned four hours and fifteen minutes late from watchstander's liberty. Crew, except radio personnel, observed sunday. Radio personnel continued work on installation of radio equipment. Barometer and thermometer readings omitted from columns of the log for today on account of fresh paint on bridge deck, making those instruments inaccessible. Koseba on leave this day A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - At 1:55 George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, and Edward Morrison, SC 2c, returned four hours and fifteen minutes late from watchstander's liberty

George L. Grabbe, QM 3c - At 1:55 George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, and Edward Morrison, SC 2c, returned four hours and fifteen minutes late from watchstander's liberty

Koseba - on leave this day

4:00pm to midnight .- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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bremerton washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6

Hospital Neal Vickery Returned Koseba


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28 March 1927

us navy yard puget sound washington

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

Midnight to 9:00am - Moored to pier 5, US Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 liberty party returned; no absentees. * 1:30 received on board from Navy Yard, mast and yards for whale boat, weather cloth for bridge and a meal block. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck reeving off boat falls and assembling lockers. Radio personnel employed installing radio receivers and making radio antenna. Yard force running power leads to new T3 radio set. At 9:30am John F. Koseba, Eng 1c returned from two (2) days leave of absence. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

John F. Koseba, Eng 1c - returned from two (2) days leave of absence

4:00pm to midnight. Moored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until the 8:30am boat in Seattle tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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navy yard puget sound

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6

Hospital Neal Vickery Rept'd Orkiolla


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29 March 1927

navy yard puget sound washington

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

Midnight to 4:00am. Moored to pier 5 Navy Yard Puget Sound, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 yard force turned to on wiring new T3 radio set. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Omitted quarters and drills on account of annual overhaul. Deck force employed in painting about spar deck and fastening new canvas screen on budge, radio personnel continued installation of radio apparatus At 9:50 all liberty party returned; no absentees. At 11:30am commanding officer held mast and in the cases of George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, and Edward Morrison, SC 2c, deprived them of liberty ashore for two (2) liberty days, as punishment for offenses noted in the log of 27 March. At 12:15pm Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c, returned from special liberty in accordance with conditions noted in log of 26 March. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

George L. Grabbe, QM 3c - At 11:30am commanding officer held mast and in the cases of George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, and Edward Morrison, SC 2c, deprived them of liberty ashore for two (2) liberty days, as punishment for offenses noted in the log of 27 March

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - At 11:30am commanding officer held mast and in the cases of George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, and Edward Morrison, SC 2c, deprived them of liberty ashore for two (2) liberty days, as punishment for offenses noted in the log of 27 March

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - returned from special liberty in accordance with conditions noted in log of 26 March

4:00pm to midnight: Moored as above. At 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until arrival of 8:30am boat from Seattle, tomorrow. At 7:30pm CG2356 came alongside and transferred Thomas P. Orkiolla, SC 2c to this vessel for duty, authority Northern Division Letter March 28, 1927 (73). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

CG2356 - At 7:30pm CG2356 came alongside and transferred Thomas P. Orkiolla, SC 2c to this vessel for duty, authority Northern Division Letter March 28, 1927 (73)

Thomas P. Orkiolla, SC 2c - At 7:30pm CG2356 came alongside and transferred Thomas P. Orkiolla, SC 2c to this vessel for duty, authority Northern Division Letter March 28, 1927 (73)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.6

Hospital Neal Vickery Enlisted Lewis Stanley

coal: 431200 - Coal Received 431200 Expended 8700 On hand 472800

coal: 431200 -


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30 March 1927

navy yard puget sound wn

Lat , Long

Midnight to 9:00am: Moored to Pier 5 Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Wn. Carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00am yard force continued on radio installation. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine temperature normal. At 9:30 made preparations for getting underway; Yard workmen completed their work and left ship; radio compass expert from Navy Yard came aboard for calibration of radio compass. At 9:40 Regular liberty party returned on time except Teofilo Gimferona, M.Att 1c who is absent without leave from this time. At 10:20 let go all lines and stood out into harbor on slow and various speeds for calibration of radio compass. At 12:10 completed swinging ship for calibration of radio compass. At 12:40 lowered a boat to take radio compass expert ashore. At 1:15 boat returned, steered various courses at half speed of 80 rpm for Seattle Wash. At 3:20 Moored at south side of Pacific Coast Coal Company's South coal bunker, made preparations for coaling ship. Ship's draft before coaling 12'2" forward and 14'3" aft. Ernest A. Leece, F 3c was placed on the binnacle list. At 3:30 lowered motor boat to bring commissary stores aboard. Deck force employed handling lines, rigging bridge weather cloth, setting up steel lockers, preparing for coaling and handling stores. ** Quarters and drills omitted on account of Annual Overhaul. Radio personnel employed at calibration of radio compass and completing the installation of new radio equipment. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Teofilo Gimferona, M.Att 1c - At 9:40 Regular liberty party returned on time except Teofilo Gimferona, M.Att 1c who is absent without leave from this time

Ernest A. Leece, F 3c - was placed on the binnacle list

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. Enlisted Ted Lewis as F 3c on special temporary enlistment for 3 years, and Robert Henry Stanley as Sea 1c on special temporary enlistment for two years. At 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. At 4:45 finished receiving commissary stores, hoisted motor boat. At 5:00 Commenced coaling ship. At 8:00 Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c left the ship withour proper authority.

Ted Lewis - Enlisted Ted Lewis as F 3c on special temporary enlistment for 3 years, and Robert Henry Stanley as Sea 1c on special temporary enlistment for two years

Robert Henry Stanley - Enlisted Ted Lewis as F 3c on special temporary enlistment for 3 years, and Robert Henry Stanley as Sea 1c on special temporary enlistment for two years

Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c - left the ship withour proper authority


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30 March 1927

(Continued)

4:00pm to midnight: (continued) At 9:00 Finished coaling ship, having received from the Pacific Coast Coal Company, 192.5 long tons of coal this date. Draft after coaling, 14'11" forward and 14'7" aft. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

coal: 192.5 long tons - At 9:00 Finished coaling ship, having received from the Pacific Coast Coal Company, 192.5 long tons of coal this date


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seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Reported Joe Fields Discharged Paul L. Crook Deserted Gaviola G.L. Anne E.A. Anderson Transferred Neal Vickery


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31 March 1927

out elliot bay for port townsend washington

Lat 52.1, Long -122.8

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's bunkers Seattle Washington. Carriedo ut the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 granted liberty to one watch until 12:00 Noon. 12:00 Liberty party returned on time. 12:00 granted liberty to one watch until 2:00pm today. 1:05 began making preparations for getting underway. 1:20 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 1:25 let go lines from dock and stood various courses for Nelson Steamship Company's dock where moored at 1:45. 2:00 liberty party returned; absentees Floyd Smith, WT 2c, Hugo Takko, F 1c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c. 2:30 Floyd Smith WT 2c and Hugo Takko F 1c returned aboard. 2:45 William O. Koski, Sea 1c returned aboard. 1:50 received on board ship's stores on current requisition on bill of lading No. T557219 and T557214. 3:45 began making preparations for getting underway. 3:55 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. Deck force employed handling stores and cleaning ship after coaling. Glen E. Neal Sea 1c and John W. Vickery Sea 2c were transferred to the Haida, Authority verbal orders from commander Northern Division. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Hugo Takko, F 1c - 2:00 liberty party returned; absentees Floyd Smith, WT 2c, Hugo Takko, F 1c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c

Floyd Smith, WT 2c - 2:00 liberty party returned; absentees Floyd Smith, WT 2c, Hugo Takko, F 1c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - 2:00 liberty party returned; absentees Floyd Smith, WT 2c, Hugo Takko, F 1c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c

Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c - 2:00 liberty party returned; absentees Floyd Smith, WT 2c, Hugo Takko, F 1c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c

Floyd Smith WT 2c - 2:30 Floyd Smith WT 2c and Hugo Takko F 1c returned aboard

Hugo Takko F 1c - 2:30 Floyd Smith WT 2c and Hugo Takko F 1c returned aboard

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - returned aboard

Glen E. Neal Sea 1c - Glen E. Neal Sea 1c and John W. Vickery Sea 2c were transferred to the Haida, Authority verbal orders from commander Northern Division

John W. Vickery Sea 2c - Glen E. Neal Sea 1c and John W. Vickery Sea 2c were transferred to the Haida, Authority verbal orders from commander Northern Division

4:00pm to 8:00pm. At 4:00pm let go from dock and stood out Elliot Bay on various courses and slow speed to swing ship for compass deviation. After making a thorough search of the ship the following men were found absent without leave: Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, George Ingemar Anne, F 1c and Eric Arthur Anderson, F 1c; these men having previously been informed of the hour of the ship's departure are therefore declared deserters as of this date, in accordance with Article 462, Regulations. * At 5:20 finished swinging ship, and stood out Elliot Bay for Port Townsend, Washington, speed 100 rpm. At 6:00pm increased speed to 110 rpm. Watch ended off Marrowstone Point. N.S. Haugen, Lieut.

Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c - After making a thorough search of the ship the following men were found absent without leave: Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, George Angemar Anne, F 1c and Eric Arthur Anderson, F 1c; these men having previously been informed of the hour of the ship's departure are therefore declared deserters as of this date, in accordance with Article 462, Regulations

George Angemar Anne, F 1c - After making a thorough search of the ship the following men were found absent without leave: Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, George Angemar Anne, F 1c and Eric Arthur Anderson, F 1c; these men having previously been informed of the hour of the ship's departure are therefore declared deserters as of this date, in accordance with Article 462, Regulations

Eric Arthur Anderson, F 1c - After making a thorough search of the ship the following men were found absent without leave: Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, George Angemar Anne, F 1c and Eric Arthur Anderson, F 1c; these men having previously been informed of the hour of the ship's departure are therefore declared deserters as of this date, in accordance with Article 462, Regulations


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31 March 1927

port townsend washington

Lat 38.9, Long -122.8

8:00pm to midnight. Steaming on various courses thru Admiralty Inlet and Puget Sound at full speed of 110 rpm. 8:30 slow and various speeds approaching dock. 8:45 Made fast to Coast Guard dock, Port Townsend Washington. 8:50 sent 2 Kilowatt Telefunken Radio set ashore, also extra motor automatic station, large leading insulator authority verbal orders from commander Northern Division, for transfer to Northern Division. 9:00 Joe Fields F 1c reported on board for duty in accordance with Northern Division letter, March 31, 1927 (73) 9:20 Issued bad conduct discharge #25872 to Paul L. Crook, Sea 2c by reason of a sentence of a general court as mitigated by the commandant on March 22, 1927. 10:00, began making preparations for getting underway. 10:07 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 10:10 let go lines from dock set full speed of 110 rpm and stood various courses through Puget Sound and Washington Sound. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Joe Fields F 1c - reported on board for duty in accordance with Northern Division letter, March 31, 1927 (73)

Paul L. Crook, Sea 2c - 9:20 Issued bad conduct discharge #25872 to Paul L. Crook, Sea 2c by reason of a sentence of a general court as mitigated by the commandant on March 22, 1927

*At 4:15pm Stopped vessel and sent dinghy ashore to pick up Eric A. Anderson, F 2c and George A. Anne, F 1c, who were reported to have been seen on end of dock just after vessel cast off, but dinghy returned without the men in question.

Eric A. Anderson, F 2c - sent dinghy ashore to pick up Eric A. Anderson, F 2c and George A. Anne, F 1c, who were reported to have been seen on end of dock just after vessel cast off, but dinghy returned without the men in question

George A. Anne, F 1c - sent dinghy ashore to pick up Eric A. Anderson, F 2c and George A. Anne, F 1c, who were reported to have been seen on end of dock just after vessel cast off, but dinghy returned without the men in question


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R. C. Weightman Commander - Residence Juneau - Alaska. Mrs M. Weightman (wife)

L. W. Perkins Lt. Comdr. -

N. S. Haugen Lieut (T) -

A. J. Craig Lieut (jg)(T) -

William Bowman Ensign (T) - On board. 949 Amalia Ave. Los Angeles, California. Mother same address.

G. A. Lurie A.A. Surg. USPHS - On board.

A. B. Eriksen Boatswain -

H. W. Parker Gunner (T) -

C. C. Jones Machinist (T) - On board.

E. E. Johnson Carpenter (T) - On board - Mrs. Nodjero - (mother) Lappjard, Finland.

F. B. Cottrell Pay Clerk (T) - On board - Mrs. Anna Cottrell (wife) Sequim, Wash.


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LOGS FOR APRIL 1927


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rorario strait washington

Lat 49.75, Long -124.75


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1 April 1927

through georgia strait

Lat 49.7, Long -124.9

Midnight to 4:00am:- Steaming on various courses through Rosario Strait and Georgia Strait at full speed of 110 rpm. At 1:10 passed Pea-pod rocks light .4 mile off. At 2:25 passed East Point light 3.0 miles off. At 4:00 Off North Sands Head gas buoy. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

4:00am to 8:00am: Steaming as before through Georgia Strait, making 110 rpm. At 5:55 Entrance Island Light abeam, distant 3 miles. At 7:35 Ballenas Island Light abeam, distant 1 mile. Watch ended off Sea Egg Rocks. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00am to Meridian. Steaming on various courses through Georgia Strait at full speed of 110 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 Ray Warner, Sea 2c was returned to duty by the ship's medical officer. 10:25 slow speed ahead to swing ship and compensate compasses. Deck force employed cleaning about the spar and main decks. 12:00 off Cape Lazo. 8:45 Babin to binnacle list, misconduct ~. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - was returned to duty by the ship's medical officer

Babin - to binnacle list, misconduct ~

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Steaming on various courses off Cape Lazo in Georgia Strait at slow speed while swinging ship and compensating compas. 12:16 Increased to full speed of 110 rpm and set course 292° psc. At 12:36 stopped to allow engineers force to make a minor repair to main engine. At 12:39 repair completed, resumed course and speed. At 1:53 reduced to 3/4 speed and various speeds and steered various courses to await tide at Seymour Narrows. At 3:50 Increased to full speed of 100 rpm. At 4:00 Off Race Point at entrance to Seymour Narrows. Quarters and drills omitted on account of securing gear about decks for sea and cleaning ship. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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blinkinsop bay bc

Lat 50.4, Long -125.3

4:00pm to 8:00pm. Steaming on various courses in Seymour Narrows. At 4:08pm increased speed to 110 rpm. At 6:35 Helmcken Island Lt. abeam, changed course to 261° psc. At 7:15 anchored in Blinkinsop Bay, BC for the night. Anchorage bearings: Jesse Island, 243° True and Tuna Point, 164° True. Starboard anchor, 30 fathoms chain, 8 fathoms water, and so ended watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00pm to Midnight. Anchored as above. Issued 5 night rations to engineer's force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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mcloughlin bay bc

Lat 50.87, Long -127.62


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2 April 1927

mcloughlin bay creek 242 true

Lat 50.5, Long -128.1

Midnight to 8:00am: Anchored in Blinkinsop Bay, BC. At 5:30 made preparations to get underway. At 6:10 up anchor and stood out Blinkinsop Bay and up Johnstone Strait on various courses, speed 110 rpm. At 7:57 Cracroft Island Light abeam, changed course 264° std Watch ended off Cracroft Island Light. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to Meridian On various courses through Broughton Strait Queen Charlotte Strait and Christie passage at full speed of 110 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples. Deck force employed cleaning about the spar and main decks. 12:00 Off Scarlett point in Christie Passage. Inspection of ship omitted on account of necessary work. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm: Steamed through New Passage, Queen Charlotte Strait, Smith Sound and into Fitzhugh Channel on various courses at full speed of 110 rpm. At 3:22 passed Harold Point .8 miles off. Off Truman Point at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm: Steaming as before on various courses. AT 4:12pm Addenbroke Light abeam .5 mi. off. At 6:47 Pointer Island Light abeam. At 7:45pm anchored for the night in MacLoughlin Bay, 8 fathoms of water, 30 fathoms of chain, port anchor. Anchorage bearings. McLoughlin Bay Creek 242° true and Grave Point 28° true. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00PM to Midnight Anchored as above 9:25 veered to 45 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Kept steam for short notice in the engine room. Issued 15 night rations to the engineer's force. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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mcloughlin bay british columbia

Lat 53.10, Long -128.57


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3 April 1927

dryad point light abeam

Lat 53.7, Long -128.1

Midnight to 4:00am:- Anchored in McLoughlin Bay, BC, in 8 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Squalls of wind and continuous rain, clearing at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

4:00am to 8:00am: Anchored as above. At 5:30am made preparations to get underway. AT 6:05 up anchor and stood out McLoughlin Bay and up Seaforth Channel on various courses, speed 110 rpm. At 6:25am Dryad Point Light abeam. At 6:40 Dall Patch Light Buoy abeam. At 7:03 Idol Point Light abeam. At 7:45 White Rock Light abeam. Watch ended 2 miles off Vancouver Rock gas Buoy. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to Meridian. Steaming on various courses through Milbank Sound Finlayson Channel and Tolmie Channel at full speed of 110 rpm. Inspected magazine temperature normal. Crew observed Sunday. 12:00 off Khutxe Inlet. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Steered various courses through Fraser Reach, Wright Sound and Grenville Channel at full speed of 110 rpm. At 1:34 passed Kingcome Point light 0.3 mile off. At 3:04 passed Yolk Point beacon 0.5 miles off. At end of watch in Grenville Channel 2.5 miles southeast of Lowe Inlet. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm: Steamed on various courses up Grenville Channel. At 5:25pm Klew Nuggitt Inlet Light abeam. At 7:12 Watson Rock Light abeam 0.5 mi. off. At 7:55 anchored in Cardena Bay, south end of Kennedy Island, BC for the night. Anchorage bearings: North End Marrack Island 115° True and Daring Point 56° True. 8 fathoms of water rocky bottom, 45 fathoms chain, starboard anchor. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00PM to Midnight. Anchored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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prince rupert bc

Lat 54.22, Long -130.78


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8am to Meridian. * Commanding officer inquired of US Consul and of US Customs concerning three motor boats overdue at Ketchikan from Puget Sound, and called on Dominion Collector of Customs. Nothing known of missing boats by US officials or by several fishing skippers in port. (W.B.)


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4 April 1927

through revillagigedo channel and tongass narrows

Lat 21.4, Long -130.8

Midnight to 8:00am: Anchored in Cardena Bay, BC. At 5:30 made preparations to get underway. At 6:25 anchor aweigh, stood out Cardena Bay on various courses for Prince Rupert, BC. Standard speed 100 rpm. At 7:10 Lawyer Island Light abeam, reduced speed to 85 rpm. At 7:37 Holland Island Light abeam. Watch ended off Kinahan Island. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to Meridian. Steaming on various courses through Tuck Inlet and Prince Rupert Harbor at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine temperature normal. 8:35 slowed down. 8:40 stopped and anchored in Prince Rupert Harbor in 17 fathoms of water veering to 45 fathoms of chain on the Port anchor. Anchored on the following bearing GTP dock, 99 true, right tangent of Kaien Island 216 true. * 9:00 granted liberty to Petty officers until 11:30am today. 11:30 liberty party returned; no absentees. Deck force employed cleaning about the main deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. Made preparations for getting underway. 12:35 Heaved up anchor and stood out of Prince Rupert harbor and through Chatham Sound on various courses at full speed of 110 rpm. At 2:07 passed Lucy Island light house 0.9 mile off. At 3:30 held quarters followed by instruction of crew regarding emergency drills. At 3:50 passed Holliday Island 0.8 mile off. Deck force employed removing snow from spar deck and polishing bright work. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm: Steaming as before up Revillagigedo Channel on various courses At 4:27 Lord Rock abeam. At 5:01 Tree Point Light abeam. At 6:53 Mary Island Light abeam, 0.7 mile off. Watch ended off Angle Point Light. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00PM to Midnight Steaming on various courses through Revillagigedo Channel and Tongass Narrows at full speed of 110 rpm. 9:00 stopped in order to send man ashore to Cygan, but upon discovering that the Cygan was not in Port set 1/2 half speed of 70 rpm and proceeded thru Tongass Narrows. 9:30 owing to heavy snowstorm stood into Ward Cove where anchored at 10:00 in 23 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Issued 10 night rations to engineers force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Cygan - 9:00 stopped in order to send man ashore to Cygan, but upon discovering that the Cygan was not in Port set 1/2 half speed of 70 rpm and proceeded thru Tongass Narrows


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ward cove alaska

Lat 56.28, Long -132.65


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5 April 1927

through frederick sound

Lat 56.3, Long -132.6

Midnight to 4:00am:- Anchored in Ward Cove, Southeast Alaska in 23 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00am to 8:00am: Anchored as above. At 5:25 made preparations to get underway. At 5:50 up anchor and stood out Ward Cove and up Tongass Narrows on various courses, speed 100 rpm. At 6:30 Guard Island Light abeam, 0.5 mi. off, course 262° psc. At 7:30 Niblack Point abeam, course 298°. Watch ended off Ship Island Light, distant 1 mile. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to Meridian. Steaming on various courses through Clarence Strait and Stikine Strait at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed sand scrubbing spar deck. * 12:00 off Round Point beacon Stikine Strait. *9:50 set clocks back 15 minutes. 10:20 set clocks back 15 minutes. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Steamed through Stikine Strait, Wrangell Narrows and into Frederick Sound on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. * At 1:53 rounded Point Alexander and stood into Wrangell Narrows. *At 1:20 set ships clocks back 15 minutes. At 2:20 set ships clocks back 15 minutes, now keeping 135th meridian time. At 3:00 reduced to 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 3:07 reduced to half speed of 60 rpm. At 3:30 increased to full speed of 100 rpm. At 3:35 Ray Warner, Sea 2c was reported by David W. Herr, Cox., to have refused duty. At 3:40 passed Petersburg gas and bell buoy. At 4:00 off Sukoi Island light. Deck force employed removing water-breakers from boats to prevent freezing and transferring their clothing from bags to lockers. Quarters and drills were omitted on account of cruising through difficult channles during inclement weather. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - At 3:35 Ray Warner, Sea 2c was reported by David W. Herr, Cox., to have refused duty

David W. Herr, Cox. - At 3:35 Ray Warner, Sea 2c was reported by David W. Herr, Cox., to have refused duty

4:00pm to 8:00pm: Steaming on various courses through Frederick Sound. At 4:30pm Ray Warner, Sea 2c, was taken off duty and placed on binnacle list by the medical officer. Having received word that the gas screw "Grubstake II", had failed to arrive at Juneau from a trip to the vicinity of Killisnoo, Alaska, changed course to 257° psc at 4:48pm when abeam of Cape Strait

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - was taken off duty and placed on binnacle list by the medical officer


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down frederick sound

Lat 59.0, Long -2.7

4:00 to 8:00pm (cont.) and stood down Frederick Sound in search of her. Watch ended 4 miles southwest of Turnabout Island Light, on course 201° psc; through heavy snow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

8:00PM to Midnight. Steaming on course 201° through Frederick Sound at full speed. 8:15 slowed to 50 rpm. changed course to 348° psc sounding with machine. 9:20 changed course to 18° psc 9:50 Changed course to 60° psc. 11:25 changed course to 330° psc. 11:35 weather clearing, changed course to 60° psc and increased speed to 100 rpm. 12:00 snow coming thick again, reduced speed to 50 rpm and changed course to 110 psc. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat 57.78, Long -133.83


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6 April 1927

through stephens passage and gastineau channel

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5

Midnight to 4:00am:- On course 110° psc at slow speed in Frederick Sound, Alaska, in heavy snow storm sounding with machine. At 1:20 cleared sufficiently to make out Cape Fanshaw light bearing 51° true. At 1:28 increased to full speed of 100 rpm and headed to northward past Cape Fanshaw. At 1:58 in a position two miles west of Cape Fanshaw, having observed a searchlight played in a manner which might indicate a vessel in distress, changed course to 158° psc then to 91° psc to investigate. At 2:45 having met an unidentified passenger steamer and seeing no evidence of any other vessel in that vicinity reversed the course above noted. At 3:23 changed to various courses toward Juneau. At 4:00 off South East Five Finger's light. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00am to 8:00am: Steaming on various courses up Stephens Passage. At 4:04 South East Five Fingers Light bore 274° true, 1 mile off. At 5:30am McDonald rock buoy bore 78° true, 1 mile off. Watch ended off Midway Island light. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00am to Meridian. Steaming on various courses through Stephens Passage and Gastineau Channel on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine temperature normal. 9:50 increased speed to 110 rpm. 11:35 slow and various speeds approaching Steamship Companys dock, Juneau, Alaska. Deck force employed handling lines and making swabs. Quarters and drills omitted account of inclement weather. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

12:00 noon to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Deck force engaged in cleaning ship and various other ship's work. At 3:30pm commenced making preparations for cleaning No. 2 boiler. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

4:00pm to midnight: Moored as above. At 4:30pm granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Left for Hospital W.J. Dupen


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7 April 1927

Midnight to 9:00am: Moored alongside Alaska Steamship Company's dock. Crew carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00 liberty party returned all on time. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. * At 9:30 held quarters followed by resuscitation and signal drills. At 3:50 Walter J. Dupen, sea 2c, left the ship for St Ann's (USPHS) Hospital. Deck force employed scrubbing canvas and fire hose and overhauling boat gear. *At 12:00 Engineer force commenced cleaning after boiler. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

Walter J. Dupen, sea 2c - left the ship for St Ann's (USPHS) Hospital

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Hospital W.J. Dupen


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8 April 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am - Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock at Juneau Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. At 8:00 regular liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held fire drill followed by collision drill. 9:50 held quarters for muster. Engineer's force employed cleaning after boiler. 1:30 after a thorough search of the ship it was found that Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c was missing; he is now absent without leave. Deck force employed washing paintwork about the spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c - 1:30 after a thorough search of the ship it was found that Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c was missing; he is now absent without leave

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:15 Teofelo Gimferona M.Att 1c, returned aboard having been 2 hours 45 minutes absent without leave. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Teofelo Gimferona M.Att 1c - returned aboard having been 2 hours 45 minutes absent without leave


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Hospital W.J. Dupen


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9 April 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 all liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm: Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Tested smokeless powder samples. Deck force engaged in preparing ship for inspection. Engineer's force engaged in cleaning after boiler. At 10:30am the commanding officer inspected ship throughout. General muster not held on account of engineer's force being engaged in cleaning boiler and therefore not available for muster. At 11:30am the commanding officer held mast and investigated reports: Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, was awarded three 3 hours extra duty for the offense noted in log of April 8, 1927; Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c having been seen leaving canteen on or about 11:30pm on April 8, 1927 and having key to canteen in their possession are confined to limits of sick bay in single iron and on bread and water for ten (10) days, with full ration every third day. The following men were advanced in rating affective as of this date: Curtis W. Tansey from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Joseph R. Manifold from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Donald McGregor from F 2c to F 1c, Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c, Lea J. Baptie from F 2c to F 1c and Alfredo T. Tafalla, from Off Std 3c to Off Std 2c, authority Article 395 (I) Regulations, and George V. Holton from Sea 1c to QM 3c; authority article 393 (I) Regulations. At 2:00pm granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c - At 11:30am the commanding officer held mast and investigated reports: Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, was awarded three 3 hours extra duty for the offense noted in log of April 8, 1927; Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c having been seen leaving canteen on or about 11:30pm on April 8, 1927 and having key to canteen in their possession are confined to limits of sick bay in single iron and on bread and water for ten (10) days, with full ration every third day

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - At 11:30am the commanding officer held mast and investigated reports: Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, was awarded three 3 hours extra duty for the offense noted in log of April 8, 1927; Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c having been seen leaving canteen on or about 11:30pm on April 8, 1927 and having key to canteen in their possession are confined to limits of sick bay in single iron and on bread and water for ten (10) days, with full ration every third day

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - At 11:30am the commanding officer held mast and investigated reports: Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, was awarded three 3 hours extra duty for the offense noted in log of April 8, 1927; Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c having been seen leaving canteen on or about 11:30pm on April 8, 1927 and having key to canteen in their possession are confined to limits of sick bay in single iron and on bread and water for ten (10) days, with full ration every third day

Curtis W. Tansey - The following men were advanced in rating affective as of this date: Curtis W. Tansey from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Joseph R. Manifold from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Donald McGregor from F 2c to F 1c, Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c, Lea J. Baptie from F 2c to F 1c and Alfredo T. Tafalla, from Off Std 3c to Off Std 2c, authority Article 395 (I) Regulations, and George V. Holton from Sea 1c to QM 3c; authority article 393 (I) Regulations

Joseph R. Manifold - The following men were advanced in rating affective as of this date: Curtis W. Tansey from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Joseph R. Manifold from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Donald McGregor from F 2c to F 1c, Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c, Lea J. Baptie from F 2c to F 1c and Alfredo T. Tafalla, from Off Std 3c to Off Std 2c, authority Article 395 (I) Regulations, and George V. Holton from Sea 1c to QM 3c; authority article 393 (I) Regulations

Donald McGregor - The following men were advanced in rating affective as of this date: Curtis W. Tansey from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Joseph R. Manifold from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Donald McGregor from F 2c to F 1c, Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c, Lea J. Baptie from F 2c to F 1c and Alfredo T. Tafalla, from Off Std 3c to Off Std 2c, authority Article 395 (I) Regulations, and George V. Holton from Sea 1c to QM 3c; authority article 393 (I) Regulations

Melville H. Brown, F 3c - The following men were advanced in rating affective as of this date: Curtis W. Tansey from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Joseph R. Manifold from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Donald McGregor from F 2c to F 1c, Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c, Lea J. Baptie from F 2c to F 1c and Alfredo T. Tafalla, from Off Std 3c to Off Std 2c, authority Article 395 (I) Regulations, and George V. Holton from Sea 1c to QM 3c; authority article 393 (I) Regulations

Lea J. Baptie - The following men were advanced in rating affective as of this date: Curtis W. Tansey from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Joseph R. Manifold from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Donald McGregor from F 2c to F 1c, Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c, Lea J. Baptie from F 2c to F 1c and Alfredo T. Tafalla, from Off Std 3c to Off Std 2c, authority Article 395 (I) Regulations, and George V. Holton from Sea 1c to QM 3c; authority article 393 (I) Regulations

Alfredo T. Tafalla - The following men were advanced in rating affective as of this date: Curtis W. Tansey from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Joseph R. Manifold from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Donald McGregor from F 2c to F 1c, Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c, Lea J. Baptie from F 2c to F 1c and Alfredo T. Tafalla, from Off Std 3c to Off Std 2c, authority Article 395 (I) Regulations, and George V. Holton from Sea 1c to QM 3c; authority article 393 (I) Regulations

George V. Holton - The following men were advanced in rating affective as of this date: Curtis W. Tansey from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Joseph R. Manifold from Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Donald McGregor from F 2c to F 1c, Melville H. Brown, F 3c to F 2c, Lea J. Baptie from F 2c to F 1c and Alfredo T. Tafalla, from Off Std 3c to Off Std 2c, authority Article 395 (I) Regulations, and George V. Holton from Sea 1c to QM 3c; authority article 393 (I) Regulations

4:00pm to 12:00 midnight: Moored as above. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Hospital W.J. Dupen


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10 April 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am: Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out regular morning routine. N.S. Haugen

9:00am to 4:00pm - Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 10:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. At 10:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. At 3:00 exercised the prisoners. Crew observed Sunday, except that engineers force continued cleaning the after boiler. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Hospital Dupen

coal: 268800 - Coal Received 268800 Expended 6600 On hand 484100


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11 April 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Steamship Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. At 8:00 regular liberty party returned, no absentees. At 8:00 commenced preparations for coaling ship. Draft before coaling: forward 13'5", aft 13'11". At 9:00 hauled ship astern with lines to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c was returned to duty by the ships medical officer. Issued a full ration each to the prisoners. 10:45 first coal came on board. 3:00, exercised prisoners. 3:00 Alois Ulrich, Cox was examined and found qualified to be advanced in rating to that of BM 2c by a board of commissioned officers, and he was rated as such this date, under authority of article #393 (I) Regulations. Deck force employed coaling ship. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c - was returned to duty by the ships medical officer

Alois Ulrich, Cox - was examined and found qualified to be advanced in rating to that of BM 2c by a board of commissioned officers, and he was rated as such this date, under authority of article #393 (I) Regulations

4:00pm to midnight Moored as above. Crew coaling ship. 5:05 last coal came aboard. Finished coaling ship having received on board 120 long tons. Ships draft after coaling: forward 14 feet 6 inches, aft 14 feet 4 inches. 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

coal: 120 long tons - 5:05 last coal came aboard. Finished coaling ship having received on board 120 long tons


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Hospital Dupen


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12 April 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal dock, Juneau Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather. Deck force employed in washing paint work and general cleaning after coaling ship. Engineer's force continued cleaning after boiler. At 2:00pm hauled ship from Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock to Alaska Steamship Company's dock. At 3:00pm exercised prisoners. Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c was this date placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer, in a misconduct status. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c - was this date placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer, in a misconduct status

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 4:30pm granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. At 5:00pm engineer's force finished cleaning after boiler. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

Babin?


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Hospital Dupen


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13 April 1927

juneau alaska

Lat 52.8, Long 173.3

12:00 midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside Alaska Steamship Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the regular morning routine. At 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held fire drill followed by collision drill. At 9:40 held quarters. Deck force employed cleaning boats and boat gear and painting about the bridge. Carpenter overhauled steering gear. At 4:00 granted liberty to one watch until 9:00pm today. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

8:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 8:35 began making preparations for getting underway. 8:55 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 9:00 liberty party returned no absentees. 9:15 let go lines from dock and stood down Gastineau Channel and Stephens passage on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. 12:00 off Port Snettisham. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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ketchikan alaska

Lat 56.18, Long -132.90

Hospital Dupen Reported not entitled to Ration E.A. Anderson G.I. Anne Transferred T.P. Orkiolla


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14 April 1927

through wrangell narrows sumner strait and snow passage

Lat 56.0, Long -132.5

Midnight to 4:00am:- Steaming through Stephens Passage and Frederick Sound on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. At 12:35 passed Midway Islands light bearing 63° true, distant 1.4 miles. At 3:42 passed South East Five Finger light bearing 259° true, distant 0.8 miles. Off Storm Islands at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming through heavy snow, down Frederick Sound making 100 rpm on course 147° psc. At 4:15 changed course to 90° psc log 44.2. AT 5:48am ~ Sighted land on starboard bow, changed course to 70° psc. At 6:17 Cape Strait light, 3/4 mile off, changed course to 108 psc. At 6:45 Beacon Point, 3/4 mile off changed course to 135° psc. At 7:50am Stood in Wrangell Narrows on various courses. Watch ended off Mountain Point Beacon. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00AM to Meridian Steaming on various courses through Wrangell Narrows, Sumner Strait and Snow Passage at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Issued full ration to prisoners. * Deck force employed sand scrubbing oars. 12:00 off Bluff Island in Snow Passage. *Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - *Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - *Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c

Meridian to 4:00pm:- On various courses through Clarence Strait at full speed of 100 rpm. At 12:15 passed Key Reef light bearing 64° true, distant 0.8 mile. At 2:41 passed Narrow Point light bearing 238° true, distant 1.0 mile. At 3:00 exercised the prisoners. Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather. Deck force employed cleaning and overhauling gear about the main deck. At end of watch Ship Island light bearing 101° true, distant 0.8 mile. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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through clarence strait and tongass narrows

Lat 55.4, Long -131.9

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through Clarence Strait and Tongass Narrows on various courses, speed 100 rpm. At 4:29pm changed course to 85° psc log 14.3, steaming thru heavy snow. At 5:21 Guard Island light 0.5 mile off, changed course to 100° psc. At 5:40pm stood down Tongass Narrows on various courses At 6:45pm anchored in Ketchikan, Alaska, harbor, port anchor 45 fathoms chain, depth of water 17 fathoms. Anchorage bearings: Pennrock Reef buoy, 254° true and red harbor buoy, 295° true. At 7:15 George A. Anne, F 1c and Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, reported on board from the Snohomish in accordance with Northern Division letter dated April 1, 1927 (73). * At 7:45 Thomas P. Orkiolla, SC 2c was transferred to the Cygan in accordance with Northern Division letter dated March 28, 1927 (701-73). *At 7:00pm granted liberty to one watch until midnight. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

George A. Anne, F 1c - At 7:15 George A. Anne, F 1c and Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, reported on board from the Snohomish in accordance with Northern Division letter dated April 1, 1927 (73)

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - At 7:15 George A. Anne, F 1c and Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, reported on board from the Snohomish in accordance with Northern Division letter dated April 1, 1927 (73)

Thomas P. Orkiolla, SC 2c - was transferred to the Cygan in accordance with Northern Division letter dated March 28, 1927 (701-73)

8:00PM to Midnight Anchored as above. 8:00 granted liberty to one watch until midnight 12:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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ketchikan alaska

Lat 55.10, Long -131.68

Hospital Dupen Reported G.W. Woodward A. McBride N.C. Meng.


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15 April 1927

in port bazan

Lat 54.4, Long -132.0

Midnight to 9:00AM. Anchored in Ketchikan Harbor in 17 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Carried out the morning routine. 8:45 George Washington Woodword Sea 2c, Atha McBride, F 3c and Norman Charles Meng Sea 2c reported on board for duty in accordance with orders from Commanding officer Snohomish dated April 15 1927 (73). William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Atha McBride, F 3c - 8:45 George Washington Woodword Sea 2c, Atha McBride, F 3c and Norman Charles Meng Sea 2c reported on board for duty in accordance with orders from Commanding officer Snohomish dated April 15 1927 (73)

George Washington Woodword Sea 2c - 8:45 George Washington Woodword Sea 2c, Atha McBride, F 3c and Norman Charles Meng Sea 2c reported on board for duty in accordance with orders from Commanding officer Snohomish dated April 15 1927 (73)

Norman Charles Meng Sea 2c - 8:45 George Washington Woodword Sea 2c, Atha McBride, F 3c and Norman Charles Meng Sea 2c reported on board for duty in accordance with orders from Commanding officer Snohomish dated April 15 1927 (73)

9:00AM to Meridian. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:40 began making preparations for getting underway. 9:55 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 10:15 hove up anchor and stood down Tongass Passage and Nichols passage on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. 9:30 held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. Deck force employed cleaning about the main deck. 12:00 Pt. McCartey bearing 309° true 1.0 mile off. Eric A. Anderson, F 1c was detailed to duty in the berth deck as messman in place of Leigh H. Dobyns F 3c who was relieved. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - Eric A. Anderson, F 1c was detailed to duty in the berth deck as messman in place of Leigh H. Dobyns F 3c who was relieved

Leigh H. Dobyns F 3c - Eric A. Anderson, F 1c was detailed to duty in the berth deck as messman in place of Leigh H. Dobyns F 3c who was relieved

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Steamed through Nichols Passage and Dixon Entrance on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. At 12:00 streamed the log (33.9) At 1:56 passed McLean Point light bearing 290° true, distant 2.0 miles. At 2:31 passed Cape Chacon light bearing 290° true, distant 2.3 miles. At 2:54 Nunez Rocks bearing 320° true distant 2.3 miles, changed course to 241° psc (log 61.9) Deck force employed polishing brightwork and cleaning about the main deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Steaming as before out Dixon Entrance on various courses, speed 100 rpm. At 5:06 Cape Muzon bearing 200° true, distant 2 miles, changed course to 261° psc. * At 6:45 North end of Dolgoi Island bore 69° true and stood in Port Bazan on various courses. At 7:15 anchored in Port Bazan in 11 fathoms of water, using starboard anchor and 45 fathoms of chain. Anchorage bearings: Goose Island 231° true, left tangent Large Island 102° true and East Point 121° true. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. *At 6:30 hauledi n log (94.8). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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port bazan alaska

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Hospital Dupen


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16 April 1927

port bazan alaska

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Port Bazan, Alaska. AT 4:30am wind increased and veered to 60 fathoms of chain. Deck force performed regular morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. At 10:00 held general muster, followed by Commanding Officer's inspection of the ship. At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that Eric A. Anderson F 1c and George I. Anne, F 1c be tried by minor court for offenses noted in the log of March 31, 1927. Stormy weather continued throughout the watch. At 3:00pm exercised prisoners. Commencing this date, and until detached from Bering Sea Patrol Force, issuing ration in ~ to Cooks, Officers stewards and mess attendants; authority Northern Division dispatch 9916-1530 (April) A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Eric A. Anderson F 1c - At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that Eric A. Anderson F 1c and George I. Anne, F 1c be tried by minor court for offenses noted in the log of March 31, 1927

George I. Anne, F 1c - At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that Eric A. Anderson F 1c and George I. Anne, F 1c be tried by minor court for offenses noted in the log of March 31, 1927

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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port bazan alaska

Lat 54.98, Long -133.93

Hospital Dupen


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17 April 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 8:00am:- Anchored in Port Bazan, Alaska. At 6:00am made preparations to get underway. At 6:45am anchor aweigh, stood out Port Bazan on various speeds and courses. At 7:10 passed Dolgoi Island changed course to 247° psc, speed 85 rpm. Streamed log (94.8). Watch ended 10 miles east of Forrester Island. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to Meridian. Steaming on course 247° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 8:56 changed course to 314° psc (8.7) 10:00 changed course to 241° psc (16.7). Crew observed Sunday. 12:00 Cape Bartolome bearing 37° true distant 20 miles. Issued prisoners a full ration. No fishing vessels or seals sighted this watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- On course 241° psc through the North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 12:30 changed course to 331° psc (36.0) At 1:30 changed course to 49° psc (44.9) At 3:23 Cape Bartolome abeam 3.5 miles off changed course to 352° psc into Bucareli Bay (60.8) At 3:30 exercised the prisoners*. Crew observed Sunday. *Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - *Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - *Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before up Bucareli Bay on course 352 psc. At 4:10 hauled in log (67.7). At 4:15 stood in Port Santa Cruz on various courses. At 4:40 anchored in Port Santa Cruz, Alaska, in 15 fathoms of water, port anchor 45 fathoms of chain. Anchorage bearings: North tangent 264° true and East tangent 206° true. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00PM to Midnight Anchored as above. 8:00 veered to 60 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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port santa cruz alaska

Lat 55.55, Long -134.00

Hospital Dupen


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18 April 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -0.6

12:00 mid. to 8:00am:- Anchored in Port Santa Cruz, Alaska. At 5:30 made preparations for getting underway. At 6:10am anchor aweigh, stood out Port Santa Cruz on various courses, speed 85 rpm. At 6:25 stood down Bucareli Bay on course 201° psc. At 6:35 streamed log (67.7). At 7:13 Cape Bartolome bore 195° true, changed course to 256° psc. Watch ended Cape Bartolome bearing 88° true, distant 6 miles. No vessels or fur seals sighted during the watch. Enlistment of Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, extended until arrival in a port in which discharge may be effected, authority, Art. 334 Regulations. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

Roy L. Layman, RM 2c - Enlistment of Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, extended until arrival in a port in which discharge may be effected, authority, Art. 334 Regulations

8:00AM to Meridian. Steaming on course 260° psc through the North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters for muster followed by signal drill for all divisions. 9:40 changed course to 28° psc (91.5) 10:58 changed course to 304° psc (2.8). 12:00 released Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c from 10 day's confinement in single irons. 12:00 Cape Addington bearing ESE distant 9 miles. Sighted no fishing vessels or fur seals this watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - 12:00 released Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c from 10 day's confinement in single irons

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - 12:00 released Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 2c from 10 day's confinement in single irons

Meridian to 4:00pm:- On course 304° psc through the North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 1:26 changed course to 348° psc, into Iphigenia Bay (23.9). At 1:35 sounded signal for man overboard drill, took in log (25.0) and worked engines to telegraph. At 1:39 buoy recovered. At 1:50 boat hoisted resumed course 348° psc and speed of 85 rpm, streamed log (25.0) At 2:10 Helm Point of Coronation Island bearing 288° true distant 5.5 miles took in log (27.7). At 3:40 Cora Point abeam, changed course to 9° psc through Sumner Strait. Crew employed chipping and spotting paint about the main deck. At end of watch off Pt. St. Albans. No vessels or fur seals sighted this watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Steaming as before up Sumner Strait on course 9° psc. At 5:23 changed course to 66° psc and stood up Shakan Strait on various courses. At 6:20 anchored off Shakan Cannery, Alaska, starboard anchor, 30 fathoms of chain and 10 fathoms of water. Anchorage bearings: right tangent Fontaine Island, 358° true, Cannery Dock 110° true. No vessels or seals sighted during watch. At 7:00pm a commissioned officer went ashore to make inquiries concerning the gas screw, "Golden North" which had been reported as being sunk, found that the vessel had stuck a rock in Dry Pass, and was in need of assistance. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)


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shakan alaska

Lat , Long

Hospital Dupen


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19 April 1927

shakan cannery alaska

Lat 43.5, Long 7.0

Midnight to 9:00am:- Vessel anchored off Shakan Cannery, Alaska. Deck force performed regular morning routine. At 8:00 a boat party in charge of the commanding officer left vessel to investigate the condition of the wreck of the gas screw, "Golden North", which had struck a rock in Dry Pass. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 Commanding Officer returned to the ship, commenced preparations for work of floating the "Golden North". At 10:00 discontinued preparations for salvaging operations upon request of the Master (L.D. Moore) of the "Golden North" who desired to commnicate with the owner of that vessel (E. Buchmann) at Seattle, Wash. before proceeding with operations. At 1:50 the ships medical officer left to give aid to certain natives ashore who were reported to be in need of medical attention. At 3:15 Medical Officer returned. At 3:30 held quarters followed by instruction of crew in their duties at Abandon ship drill. At 3:40 held gun and signal drills followed by boat drill. Deck force employed at boat work and chipping and painting bitts, cleats and fittings about the spar deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. At 7:00 Commanding Officer and Executive Officer left to confer with the master of the "Golden North" regarding work of floating that vessel. At 9:00 Commanding Officer and Executive Officer returned. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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shakan alaska

Lat , Long

Hospital Dupen


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20 April 1927

shakan alaska

Lat , Long

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored off the cannery dock at Shakan, Alaska. At 7:25 Executive Officer with a working party left the ship to commence work of floating the "Golden North". A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

9:00AM to 4:00pm. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed working on the wreck of gas screw "Golden North and painting in the berth deck. Quarters and drills omitted on account of work on wreck. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00PM to Midnight. Anchored as above. 4:30 working party returned. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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shakan alaska

Lat , Long

Hospital Dupen


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21 April 1927

shakan harbor

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7

Midnight to 9:00am. Anchored in Shakan Harbor in 10 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor carried out the morning routine. 7:30 working party left ship to continue work on gas screw Golden North. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4.00pm:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed working on wreck of "Golden North", and painting in berth deck. Quarters and drills omitted on account of crew working on wreck of "Golden North". At 11:30 veered to 45 fathoms of chain. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. At 6:00pm All boats returned to ship with working party, they having completed work of floating the "Golden North" and heading hr at Shakan Cannery. At 10:00pm veered to 60 fathoms of chain. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)


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shakan alaska

Lat 56.25, Long -135.13

Hospital Dupen


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22 April 1927

wooden island light bore 25 true distant 2 miles

Lat 56.2, Long -133.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Shakan, Alaska. At 8:00 deck force employed in hoisting boats and making vessel ready for sea. At 8:45 made preparations to get underway. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:45 heave up anchor and steamed to the Nortwestern Fisheries Company's Cannery dock on various courses at various speeds, moored at 10:00. Filled fresh water tanks and completed securing gear about decks for sea. At 12:35 let go lines from dock and stood out of Shakan Harbor and southwesterly through Sumner Strait on various courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 2:45 passed St. Albans reef buoy bearing 327° true, distant 0.7 miles. At 3:30 held fire drill followed by collision drill. At 3:40 held quarters. At 3:48 passed Spanish Islands light bearing 180° true, distant 1.0 mile, changed course to 203° psc, streamed log (76.4). At 3:55 changed course to 240° psc (77.6). At 4:00 changed course to 269° psc (78.2). Deck force employed securing gear about decks, handling lines and washing paintwork about the spar deck. Off Cape Decision at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Cruising in North Pacific Ocean on course 245° psc, speed 85 rpm. At 6:11 Wooden Island Light bore 25° true, distant 2 miles, log (97.2). At 6:20 met fishing schooner "Ohnah" of Ketchikan. Encountered several small seal herds during watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

fishing schooner "Ohnah" - At 6:20 met fishing schooner "Ohnah" of Ketchikan

seal - several small herds

8:00PM to Midnight Course 265° PSC speed 85 rpm. 8:00 reduced to 1/2 speed of 70 rpm 8:15 changed course to 240° psc (14.4) 10:00 changed course to N psc (27.2) 12:00 changed course to 240° psc (41.2). Issued 15 night rations to the engineer's force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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sitka alaska

Lat 57.20, Long -136.20

Hospital Dupen


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23 April 1927

Boarded and examined the following named American vessels and undocumented boats: Rig Name Home port Master Cargo Gas screw CLYDESDALE Seattle Chris Didrichson Lumber Gas screw 433 T Sitka H. Fredrickson Light Gas screw PACIFIC Juneau C. Geddes Trading Gas screw T 1349 Sitka Archie White Light Gas screw ST NICHOLAS Chatham John Paul Light Gas screw SVETA ANA Sitka E. Hansen Light Gas screw ALTEN Seattle Dave Hossel Fish bait Gas screw AURORA Sitka Fred Schrem Fish. Gas screw S76 T Sitka S.A. Mills Fox Farmer Gas screw U 661 Hoonah Sam E. Osborne Fishing Gas screw T 3003 Sitka Ford Butler Fishing Gas screw PHOENIX Petersburg Ole Holm Fishing. Gas screw 646 T No one on board Gas screw CRICKET No one on board Gas screw 324 U No one on board Gas screw T 493 No one on board Gas screw U 374 No one on board Gas screw KILBATH No one on board Gas screw ATLAS No one on board Gas screw T 341 No one on board Gas screw EAGLE No one on board Gas screw Valentine No one on board Gas screw T 517 No one on board Gas screw Raven No one on board Gas screw T 655 No one on board Gas screw Mary Ward No one on board Gas screw T 217 No one on board Gas screw Mary J No one on board Gas screw T 411 No one on board Gas screw Bruce No one on board Gas screw Dandelion No one on board Found no violations of the navigation or customs laws. William Bowman, Ensign (T) Boarding Officer.


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23 April 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Midnight to 4:00am:- On course 240° psc through the North Pacific Ocean at 1/2 speed of 70 rpm. At 1:53 changed course to 0° psc (55.2). At 2:51 changed course to 305° psc (62.2) A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before through the North Pacific Ocean on course 305° psc, speed 70 rpm. At 4:38 changed course to 16° psc increased speed to 85 rpm. At 6:04 St. Lazaria Island bore 316° true, distant 1.9 miles log (88.0), changed course to 40 psc. Stood in Sitka Sound on various courses and speeds. At 6:15 hauled in log (89.5). At 8:00am made fast alongside the Government wharf, Sitka, Alaska. Sighted several small seal herds during watch, off Biorka Island. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

seal - several small herds during watch, off Biorka Island

8:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. 8:45 boarding officer left the ship. 10:00 boarding officer returned. 10:30 commanding officer inspected the vessel throughout. 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 3:00pm. 2:45 began making preparations for getting underway. 3:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. 3:00 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 3:40 let go lines from dock and stood various couress out of Sitka Harbor and west Passage at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Deck force employed cleaning stations for inspection. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Standing out Sitka Sound on various courses. At 4:05 passed Buoy No 1, changed course to 201° psc, streamed log (53.3). At 4:43 Vitskari rocks bore 321° true, distant 1.7 miles, changed course to 228° psc. At 5:20 St. Lazaria Island bore 348° true, distant 1.5 miles, changed course to 240° psc. At 6:12 Cape Edgecumbe Light bore 54° true, changed course to 300° psc (70.5). Sighted several seal herds during watch. Watch ended 17 miles NNW of Cape Edgecumbe. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

seal - several herds during watch

8:00PM to Midnight Course 300 PSC 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through North Pacific Ocean. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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juneau alaska

Lat 58.35, Long -134.82

Hospital Dupen


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24 April 1927

through icy strait lynn canal and saginaw channel

Lat 58.2, Long -136.6

Midnight to 4:00am:- On course 300° psc through the North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 12:49 changed course to 335° psc (26.4). At 1:23 Cape Spencer light bearing 45° true changed course to 245° psc (31.4). At 1:35 changed course to 198° psc (33.1), and reduced to half speed of 70 rpm. At 2:30 changed course to 18° psc (38.4). At 2:52 changed course to 22° psc (41.8). At 3:28 changed course to 52° psc (45.5), and increased to 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 3:53 changed course to 22° psc (49.0). At end of watch Cape Spencer light bearing 35° true distant approximately 5 miles. A.J. Craig, Lieut, (jg)(T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before thru North Pacific Ocean on course 22° psc. At 5:32 Cape Spencer bore 323° true, distant 1.8 miles log 54.2, stood in Cross Sound on course 12° psc. At 5:27 Inian Island light bore 165° true, distant 0.5 mi., changed course to 44° psc (61.8), stood in Icy Strait. At 6:33 increased speed to 100 rpm. At 6:50 Lemesurier Island bore 195° true, distant 0.8 mi. changed course to 73° psc (73.3). Watch ended off Pleasant Island Reef. At 8:00 hauled in log (84.0) N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

8:00AM to Meridian Steaming on various courses through Icy Strait Lynn Canal and Saginaw Channel at full speed of 100 rpm Inspected magazine temperature normal. Crew observed Sunday. 10:00 rounded Rocky Island and stood up Lynn Calan. 11:30 rounded Point Retreat and stood down Saginaw Channel. 12:00 off Shelter Island Light. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- On various cousres through Stephens Passage at full speed of 100 rpm. At 2:25 rounded Marmion Island, 1/2 mile off, and steered various courses through Gastineau Channel. At 3:05 changed to slow and various speeds. At 3:10 Moored at the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8AM tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Returned Dupen

coal: 327040 - Coal Received 327040 Expended 7600 On hand 556340


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25 April 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored alongside Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. At 6:30 deck and engineers' force commenced making preparations for coaling ship, draft before coaling * At 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. At 8:15 commenced taking on board coal. *forward 13'5" and aft 14'. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. ** At 9:30 received commissary stores. At 3:30 Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c, returned to this ship from the St. Anns (USPHS) hospital. Deck force employed coaling ship and handling stores. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. **At 9:00 delivered to Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, and George I. Anne, F 1c, copies of the charges and specifications preferred against them. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - returned to this ship from the St. Anns (USPHS) hospital

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - At 9:00 delivered to Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, and George I. Anne, F 1c, copies of the charges and specifications preferred against them

George I. Anne, F 1c - At 9:00 delivered to Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, and George I. Anne, F 1c, copies of the charges and specifications preferred against them

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:00 discontinued coaling for the day, having received 146 long tons of coal. At 5:00 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

coal: 146 long tons - At 5:00 discontinued coaling for the day, having received 146 long tons of coal


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juneau alaska

Lat 59.40, Long -134.98

Discharged Layman

coal: 22400 - Coal Received 22400 Expended 18050 On hand 560690


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26 April 1927

through lynn canal and icy strait

Lat 58.3, Long 173.3

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine and prepared to continue coaling. At 8:00 regular liberty party returned, no absentees. At 8:55 commenced coaling and filling fresh water tanks. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00am to 4:00pm Moored as above. Inspected magazine temperature normal. 10:00 completed coaling having received on board 10 long tons making in all a total of 156 long tons of coal. Ships draft after coaling, 15 feet 1 inch forward, and 14 feet 9 inches aft. Issued honorable discharge #33646 to Roy Lewis Layman, RM 2c upon expiration of full term of enlistment and extension thereof. Paid in full to date including mileage to point of enlistment. 3:40 began making preparations for getting underway. 3:50 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 3:55 let go lines from dock and stood down Gastineau Channel on various courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship and cleaning ship after coaling. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

coal: 10 long tons - 10:00 completed coaling having received on board 10 long tons making in all a total of 156 long tons of coal

Roy Lewis Layman, RM 2c - Issued honorable discharge #33646 to Roy Lewis Layman, RM 2c upon expiration of full term of enlistment and extension thereof. Paid in full to date including mileage to point of enlistment

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through Gastineau Channel, Stephens Passage and Saginaw Channel on various courses, making 85 rpm. Watch ended off Point Retreat Light. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Steered various courses through Lynn Canal and Icy Strait at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 9:40 rounded Rocky Island, 0.5 mile off, into Icy Strait. At end of watch off Point Adolphus. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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yakutat alaska

Lat 58.87, Long -138.68


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27 April 1927

USCGC Unalga, Wednesday, April 27, 1927. 8:00am to meridian (continued) *At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and to the following named men; awarded each one half hour's extra duty, to be performed on Saturday, April 30, 1927, all these men being guilty of the same offense namely having failed to turn out when called this morning:- David W. Herr, Cox., Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 1c, Marcos T Candalerio, M.Att 1c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c, and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c. A.J. Craig Lieut. (jg)(T).

David W. Herr, Cox. - At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and to the following named men; awarded each one half hour's extra duty, to be performed on Saturday, April 30, 1927, all these men being guilty of the same offense namely having failed to turn out when called this morning:- David W. Herr, Cox., Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 1c, Marcos T Candalerio, M.Att 1c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c, and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

Walter Scott, Sea 1c - At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and to the following named men; awarded each one half hour's extra duty, to be performed on Saturday, April 30, 1927, all these men being guilty of the same offense namely having failed to turn out when called this morning:- David W. Herr, Cox., Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 1c, Marcos T Candalerio, M.Att 1c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c, and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 1c - At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and to the following named men; awarded each one half hour's extra duty, to be performed on Saturday, April 30, 1927, all these men being guilty of the same offense namely having failed to turn out when called this morning:- David W. Herr, Cox., Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 1c, Marcos T Candalerio, M.Att 1c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c, and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

Marcos T Candalerio, M.Att 1c - At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and to the following named men; awarded each one half hour's extra duty, to be performed on Saturday, April 30, 1927, all these men being guilty of the same offense namely having failed to turn out when called this morning:- David W. Herr, Cox., Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 1c, Marcos T Candalerio, M.Att 1c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c, and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c - At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and to the following named men; awarded each one half hour's extra duty, to be performed on Saturday, April 30, 1927, all these men being guilty of the same offense namely having failed to turn out when called this morning:- David W. Herr, Cox., Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 1c, Marcos T Candalerio, M.Att 1c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c, and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c - At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and to the following named men; awarded each one half hour's extra duty, to be performed on Saturday, April 30, 1927, all these men being guilty of the same offense namely having failed to turn out when called this morning:- David W. Herr, Cox., Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 1c, Marcos T Candalerio, M.Att 1c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c, and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c - At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and to the following named men; awarded each one half hour's extra duty, to be performed on Saturday, April 30, 1927, all these men being guilty of the same offense namely having failed to turn out when called this morning:- David W. Herr, Cox., Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 1c, Marcos T Candalerio, M.Att 1c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 2c, and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c


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27 April 1927

through the gulf of alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -144.0

Midnight to 4:00am. Steaming on various courses through Icy Strait at Cross Sound at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 3:00 Streamed log (57.8). 3:07 Cape Spencer bearing 312° true 1.6 miles off (58.7). 3:22 changed course to 239° psc 60.7. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming through the Gulf of Alaska on course 239° psc. At 4:33 changed course to 280° psc log (70.8) At 5:25 sighted fishing schooner "Wireless" of Seattle. Sighted one seal during watch. Watch ended off Harbor Point light. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

fishing schooner "Wireless" - At 5:25 sighted fishing schooner "Wireless" of Seattle

seal - one

8:00am to meridian:- On course 280° psc through the Gulf of Alaska at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed washing paintwork about the spar deck. * A.J. Craig; Lieut. (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 280° psc through the Gulf of Alaska at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 1:30 held fire drill followed by collision drill. 1:40 held quarters for muster. 1:45 Instructed deck petty officers in use of sounding machine. 2:30 Minor Court met in case of Eric A. Anderson F 2c. 3:30 Court adjourned. Deck force employed spotting paint about the spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Eric A. Anderson F 2c - 2:30 Minor Court met in case of Eric A. Anderson F 2c

4:00pm to Midnight:- Steaming as before through the Gulf of Alaska on course 280° psc. At 5:00 Ocean Cape bore 15° true changed course to 330° psc log (75.1). At 5:58 Ocean Cape Light bore 90° true changed course to 8° psc (82). At 6:20 Point Carrew light bore 128° true, hauled in log (86.0), stood in Yakutat Bay on various courses. At 7:05 anchored in Yakutat Bay, port anchor, 45 fathoms of chain, 18 1/2 fathoms of water. Anchorage bearings: Point Turner 239° true, Yakutat Point, 167° true and Shoal Island 74° true. At 8:00pm granted liberty to one watch until midnight. At 11:40 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)


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yakutat alaska

Lat 59.58, Long -141.40


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28 April 1927

off icy bay

Lat 55.0, Long -165.8

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Yakutat Bay, Alaska, in 18 1/2 fathoms of water, port anchor, 45 fathoms of chain. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters followed by abandon ship drill. 10:30 medical officer went ashore to give medical treatment to natives. 1:40 began making preparations for getting underway. 2:00 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 2:15 medical officer returned 2:35 hove up anchor and stood out of Yakutat Roads on various courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. * Deck force employed painting about the berth deck. 3:15 set course of 239° psc (88.8) *2:55 streamed log (86.0). Sighted no seals or fishing vessels this watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm. Steaming as before through the Gulf of Alaska on course 239° psc. Watch ended off Icy Bay N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 239° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. Sighted no seals or vessels this watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)


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at sea gulf of alaska

Lat 60.00, Long -145.82


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29 April 1927

through the gulf of alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -144.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 239° psc through the Gulf of Alaska at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 4:00 changed course to 325° psc (94.3) Sighted no fishing vessels or seals this watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Heaving as before through the Gulf of Alaska on course 325° psc. At 4:27 changed course to 257° psc (97.9) At 7:6 Cape St. Elias bore 23° true, changed course to 267° psc (19.8). Watch ended C. St. Elias bearing 90° true, distant 10 miles. N.S. Haugen.

8:00am to Meridian:- Course 266° psc through the Gulf of Alaska at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:40 reduced to slow speed of 30 rpm and steered various courses to swing ship for deviation. At 9:30 all hands aired bedding. At 10:00 completed swinging ship, increased to 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and resumed course of 266° psc (35.5). Deck force employed at general cleaning about the main and spar decks and spotting paint about the spar deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Course 266° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the Gulf of Alaska. * 3:25, slowed down and steered various courses to check radio compass. ** 3:30 held quarters for muster followed by general quarters. Deck force employed painting about the spar and main deck. Sighted no fishing vessels or seals this watch. *1:45 Minor Court met in the case of George I. Anne F 1c 3:25 Minor court adjourned. **3:00 Piped down aired bedding. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

George I. Anne F 1c - 1:45 Minor Court met in the case of George I. Anne F 1c

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- At 4:05pm completed swinging ship for radio bearings. At 4:30 sent whale boat ashore at Cape Hinchinbrook to obtain mail. At 5:00 whale boat returned, got underway and stood up Prince William Sound on various courses, speed 85 rpm. Streamed log (83.8). At 7:00 hauled in log off Johnstone Point. At 7:40 anchored in Johnstone Bay, in 15 fathoms of water, 45 fathoms chain starboard anchor. Anchorage bearings: Inner Island 202° true and Johnstone Point 267° true. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00PM to Midnight Anchored as above. 12:00 set all clocks back 1 hour; clocks now keeping 150th meridian time William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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cordova alaska

Lat 60.5, Long -145.8


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30 April 1927

orca inlet off cordova alaska

Lat 60.5, Long -145.9

Midnigth to 9:00am:- Anchored in Johnstone Bay, Alaska in 15 fathoms of water, and riding to 45 fathoms of chain. At 4:30 made preparations to get underway. At 5:10 got underway, and stood out Johnstone Bay and through Orca Bay on various courses, speed 85 rpm. At 8:10 anchored in Orca Inlet off Cordova, Alaska, in 10 fathoms of water, 45 fathoms of chain, port anchor. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, and found it satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. Crew employed cleaning ship for inspection. At 10:30 Commanding Officer inspected Ship throughout. At 12:30 officers and crew received monthly money. At 1:10pm anchor aweigh and stood in for Cordova City dock. At 1:30 made fast alongside City dock, Cordova, Alaska. At 2:00 granted liberty to 1st section until 3:30pm. At 3:30 liberty party returned, no absentees. Granted liberty to 2nd section until 5:00pm. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:00pm liberty party returned, no abentees. At 6:00pm granted liberty to 1st section until after expiration of dance given by American Legion. * At 11:55 Charles Goodrick, GM 2c, was brought back to the ship, apparently under the influence of intoxicating liquor and having been disorderly ~, by a police detail which had been sent ashore to obtain this man from the city jail; he was placed in hand and leg irons in his bunk for safekeeping. *At 10:00pm sent Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c to the US Public Health Hospital at Cordova, Alaska. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

Charles Goodrick, GM 2c - was brought back to the ship, apparently under the influence of intoxicating liquor and having been disorderly ~, by a police detail which had been sent ashore to obtain this man from the city jail; he was placed in hand and leg irons in his bunk for safekeeping

Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c - At 10:00pm sent Philip W. Anderson, Sea 2c to the US Public Health Hospital at Cordova, Alaska


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R. C. Weightman Commander - Mrs M. Weightman (wife) Juneau - Alaska

L. W. Perkins Lt. Comdr. - -

N. S. Haugen Lieut (T) - On board

A. J. Craig Lieut (jg)(T) - -

William Bowman Ensign (T) - On board

G. A. Lurie AA Surg. USPHS - On board

A. B. Eriksen Boatswain - -

H. W. Parker Gunner (T) - -

C. C. Jones Machinist (T) - On board

E. E. Johnson Carpenter (T) - On board

F. B. Cottrel Pay Clerk (T) - On board Mrs Anna B. Cottrell (wife) Sequim, Wash.


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LOGS FOR MAY 1927


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cordova alaska

Lat 60.32, Long -146.87

Hospital P.W. Anderson Deserted McKee Smith.


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1 May 1927

through the gulf of alaska

Lat 60.5, Long -144.0

Midnight to 8:00am:- Moored alongside City Dock, Cordova, Alaska. At 2:00am liberty party returned on time, except Max H. Kearns, CRM, Floyd Smith, WT 2c, and Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c. At 5:30 made preparations to get underway. At 5:50 sent detail ashore to search for absentees. At 6:08 Max H. Kearns, CRM, returned to ship, absent over leave 4 hours and 8 minutes. At 6:30 searching detail returned from shore without absentees. Floyd Smith, WT 2c, and Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c, were declared deserters from the US Coast Guard as of this date, after a careful search had been made for them aboard ship and ashore; it was also found that Floyd Smith WT 2c, had taken his personal effects ashore; authority article 462 Regulations. At 6:50 unmoored from dock and stood down Orca Inlet on various courses, speed 85 rpm. Watch ended off Channel Island. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Max H. Kearns, CRM - At 2:00am liberty party returned on time, except Max H. Kearns, CRM, Floyd Smith, WT 2c, and Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c

Floyd Smith, WT 2c - At 2:00am liberty party returned on time, except Max H. Kearns, CRM, Floyd Smith, WT 2c, and Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c

Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c - At 2:00am liberty party returned on time, except Max H. Kearns, CRM, Floyd Smith, WT 2c, and Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c

Max H. Kearns, CRM - returned to ship, absent over leave 4 hours and 8 minutes

Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c - Floyd Smith, WT 2c, and Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c, were declared deserters from the US Coast Guard as of this date, after a careful search had been made for them aboard ship and ashore; it was also found that Floyd Smith WT 2c, had taken his personal effects ashore; authority article 462 Regulations

Floyd Smith, WT 2c - Floyd Smith, WT 2c, and Floyd E. McKee, Eng 2c, were declared deserters from the US Coast Guard as of this date, after a careful search had been made for them aboard ship and ashore; it was also found that Floyd Smith WT 2c, had taken his personal effects ashore; authority article 462 Regulations

8:00am to meridian:- Steamed through Orca Bay and Prince William Sound on various courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Crew observed Sunday. Watch ended off Bear Cape in Hinchinbrook Entrance. Ray Warner, Sea 2c restored to duty, to receive pay on and after this date. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - restored to duty, to receive pay on and after this date

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses through Hinchinbrook Entrance and the Gulf of Alaska at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 12:54 Streamed log (39.5). 12:54 Cape Hinchinbrook light bearing 80° true 2.7 miles distant. set course of 139° PSC. 1:06 changed course to 154° PSC (49.4) Detailed to mess duty George M. Woodword, Sea 2c and Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c. Relieved from mess duty Frederick G. Barnhart Sea 2c and William O. Koski, Sea 1c. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

George M. Woodword, Sea 2c - Detailed to mess duty George M. Woodword, Sea 2c and Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c

Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c - Detailed to mess duty George M. Woodword, Sea 2c and Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c

Frederick G. Barnhart Sea 2c - Relieved from mess duty Frederick G. Barnhart Sea 2c and William O. Koski, Sea 1c

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - Relieved from mess duty Frederick G. Barnhart Sea 2c and William O. Koski, Sea 1c

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through the Gulf of Alaska on course 154° psc. At 6:05 south end of Middleton Island bore 74° true, distant 8.9 miles (81.4) At 7:10 changed course to 214° psc (89.7). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 214° psc through the Gulf of Alaska at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 11:35 changed course to 300° psc (26.5). Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. Sighted no fur seals this watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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seward alaska

Lat 59.42, Long -149.72

Hospital P.W. Anderson


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2 May 1927

down resurrection bay

Lat 60.0, Long -149.4

Midnight to 4:00am. Course 300° PSC at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the Gulf of Alaska. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before on course 300° psc. At 4:40 changed course to 290° psc (67.7). At 7:00 changed course to 302° psc (86.6). At 7:28 Barwell Island Buoy bore 58° true and stood in Resurrection Bay on various courses. Watch ended off Renard Island. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- On various courses into Resurrection Bay at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:25 passed Caines Head light 0.7 mile off, took in log (98.1). At 9:10 changed to various speeds approaching dock. At 9:15 Moored to the Alaska Railroad dock. At 10:30 granted liberty to one watch until 12:00. At 12:00 liberty party returned, granted liberty to the other watch until 1:30pm today. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Moored as above. * 1:40 began making preparations for getting underway. 2:00 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 3:15 let go lines from dock and stood down Resurrection Bay on course 135° psc. 1:30 liberty party returned; no absentees. Deck force employed painting overhead in the maindeck. Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before. At 4:05 Caines Head light bore 238° true, changed course to 166° psc streamed log (2.6) Stood down Resurrection Bay on various courses. Watch ended Seal Rocks light bearing 15° true, distant 7 miles. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 190° psc through the Gulf of Alaska at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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alognak alaska

Lat 58.05, Long -151.83

Hospital


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3 May 1927

into marmot bay

Lat 55.6, Long 13.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 190° PSC thru the Gulf of Alaska at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before on course 190° psc. At 6:50 Marmot Cape bore 308° true, distant 10 miles, changed course to 229° psc. Watch ended, south end of Marmot Island, bearing 354° true, distant 7 miles. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00am to meridian:- On course 239° psc into Marmot Bay at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:19 changed course to 251° psc (40.9). At 10:06 north end of The Triplets bearing 184° true, distant 1.8 miles, changed to various courses for anchorage off Afognak Village (log 47.0). At 10:10 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that Charles Goodrick, GM 2c, be tried by deck court for offense noted in log of April 30, 1927 and to Max H. Kearns CRM, gave warning for offense noted May 1, 1927. At 10:53 reduced to half speed and took in log (53.2). At 11:00 changed to various speeds approaching anchorage. At 11:05 stopped and anchored off Afognak Village in 10 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor; on the following bearings; church 323° true, right tangent Hog Island 72° true. At 11:45 Executive Officer and Medical Officer left the ship to investigate conditions among the natives in Afognak Village. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck. Sighted no fur seals nor vessels this watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

Charles Goodrick, GM 2c - At 10:10 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that Charles Goodrick, GM 2c, be tried by deck court for offense noted in log of April 30, 1927 and to Max H. Kearns CRM, gave warning for offense noted May 1, 1927

Max H. Kearns CRM - At 10:10 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that Charles Goodrick, GM 2c, be tried by deck court for offense noted in log of April 30, 1927 and to Max H. Kearns CRM, gave warning for offense noted May 1, 1927

Meridian to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. 3:20 Executive officer and medical officer returned. 3:25 began making preparations for getting underway. 3:35 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 3:40 hove anchor and stood out into Marmot Bay on various courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 3:45 held general quarters followed by gun drill. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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3 May 1927

in kodiak bay

Lat 57.8, Long -152.4

(Continued).

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before down Marmot Bay on various courses. At 4:00pm Hog Island abeam changed course to 61° psc. Streamed log [53.3]. At 6:17 hauled in log [72.2] Stood in Kodiak Bay on various courses. At 6:45 came alongside dock at Kodiak, Alaska. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to Midnight:- Moored as above. At 8:05 granted liberty to one watch until 2:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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kodiak alaska

Lat 57.8, Long -152.4

Hospital Anderson


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4 May 1927

uzinki harbor

Lat 57.8, Long -3.2

Midnight to 8:00am:- Moored to the W.J. Erskine Co. dock at Kodiak, Alaska. At 2:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. Carried out the morning routine. At 7:00 made preparations for getting underway. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

8:00am to meridian:- At 8:15 let go lines from the W.J. Erskine Co's dock and stood out of Kodiak Harbor at slow speed on various easterly courses. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:25 increased to 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 8:55 changed to various westerly courses through Narrow Strait. At 9:30 held quarters followed by gun, resuscitation and pistol drills. At 9:55 changed to slow and various speeds approaching anchorage. At 10:00 stopped and anchored in Uzinki Harbor in 13 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the port anchor; on the following bearings, Black Point 110° true, Uzinki beacon 232° true. At 10:15 Executive Officer and Medical Officer left the ship to visit native village of Uzinki. At 10:15 Commanding Officer left the ship to call on the Commanding Officer of the USC and GSS Surveyor which is at anchor in Uzinki Harbor. At 11:00 Commanding Officer returned. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck, handling lines and securing gear about decks for sea. A.J. Craig, Lieut, (jg)(T)

USC and GSS Surveyor - At 10:15 Commanding Officer left the ship to call on the Commanding Officer of the USC and GSS Surveyor which is at anchor in Uzinki Harbor

Meridian to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. 1:05 executive officer returned. 2:35 medical officer returned. Began making preparations for getting underway. 2:45 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 2:50 hove up anchor and stood out of Uzinki Bay into Narrow Strait and Marmot Bay on various courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 3:58 increased speed to 110 rpm in order to get through Whale passage against strong current. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Steaming as before through Whale Passage, Shelikof Strait and Uganik Bay on various courses. At 8:25 anchored in Uganik Bay, Alaska, in 14 1/2 fathoms of water; starboard anchor 45 fathoms chain, on the following bearings: Creek 303° true, Broken Point 356° true and Noisy Island 21° true. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)


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uganik bay alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Hospital Anderson


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5 May 1927

out uganik bay

Lat 57.0, Long -28.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Anchored in Uganik Bay in 14 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Carried out the morning routine. 8:30 Executive and Medical officers left the ship to investigate natives in Uganik village. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to meridian:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 11:10 Executive and Medical officers returned to ship. At 11:35 hove up anchor and stood out Uganik Bay on various courses, speed 85 rpm. Watch ended off Broken Point. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses through Shelikoff Strait and Uyak Bay on various courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 3:17 slowed down approaching Uyak anchorage. 3:30 stopped and anchored in Uyak Anchorage in 15 fathoms of water veering to 45 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Anchored on the following bearings: left tangent Harvester Island 340° true, right tangent Harvester Island 132° true. 3:35 held quarters for muster followed by signal drill for all divisions. Deck force employed painting about the main deck. Sighted no fur seals or fishing vessels this watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. At 8:00 sent an officer ashore to make inquiries concerning condition of natives. Issued 5 night rations to engineers force. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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karluk alaska

Lat 57.57, Long -154.65

Hospital Anderson


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6 May 1927

cape igvak bearing 352 true

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Midnight to 8:00am:- Vessel anchored in Uyak Bay, Alaska, in 15 fathoms of water, 45 fathoms chain, port anchor. At 4:40 made preparations to get underway. At 5:05 hove up anchor and stood out Uyak Bay and down Shelikof Strait on various courses. At 7:40 anchored in Karluk Anchorage, in 19 fathoms of water, 45 fathoms chain, starboard anchor. At 8:00 Executive and Medical officers left ship to visit native village of Karluk. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00am to meridian: Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 11:00 Executive and Medical Officers returned to the ship, made preparations for getting underway. At 11:20 heaved up anchor, set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and stood out of Karluk anchorage on course 291° psc. At 11:25 streamed the log (12.2) At 11:29 Cape Karluk abeam, changed course to 233° psc (12.7) At 11:33 changed course to 247° psc (13.4) At 11:37 Cape Karluk abeam 1.3 miles off, changed course to 233° psc (13.7). Deck force employed painting main deck overhead, cleaning boats and general cleaning about the ship. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 233° psc speed 85 rpm through Shelikof Strait. 3:57 slowed down to take sounding. Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather. Deck force employed painting overhead on the main deck. At 4:00 took sounding, 48 fathoms. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before on course 233° psc in foggy weather. At 4:15 changed course to 270° psc. ** At 5:15 Cape Igvak bearing 352° true (56.7) and stood in for Wide Bay on various courses. * At 7:05 anchored in Wide Bay in 16 fathoms of water, both anchors, starboard 75 fathoms and port 90 fathoms. Anchorage bearings: South tangent Titcliff Island 87° true, N tangent Large island 67° true. *At 6:10 hauled in log (64.1) **At 4:30 took sounding 42 fathoms (52.2) 4:35 sighted land ahead, changed course to 215° psc (52.5). At 5:00 took sounding 22 fathoms (55.6) At 5:20 Cape Igvak bearing 0° true, changed course to 239° psc. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. Moderate Northeasterly gale with drizzling rain through the watch. Kept steaming watchs in engineroom and on deck. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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wide bay alaska

Lat 54.0, Long -166.6

Hospital Anderson


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7 May 1927

wide bay alaska

Lat 54.0, Long -166.6

Midnight to 4:00AM. Anchored in Wide Bay, Alaska in 16 fathoms of water to 90 fathoms of chain on Port anchor and 75 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- Anchored as above. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00am to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. At 10:30 Commanding Officer inspected the ship throughout. Deck force employed preparing for inspection and at recreation. At 12:00 discontinued steaming watches in the engineroom. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. At 8:00 set steaming watches in the engineroom and on deck. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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wide bay alaska

Lat 57.98, Long -153.52

Hospital Anderson


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8 May 1927

approaching western entrance to dry spruce bay

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Midnight to 4:00AM. Anchored in Wide Bay, Alaska in 16 fathoms of water to 90 fathoms of chain on the port anchor and 75 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Anchored as above. Wind and weather moderating. At 7:40 made preparations to get underway. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

8:00am to meridian: At 8:00 commenced heaving up both anchors. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:17 starboard anchor up and clear. At 8:20 port anchor up and clear, set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and stood out of Wide bay on various courses. At 9:20 east tangent of East Channel Islands bearing 0° true, streamed the log (64.1). At 9:55 Cape Igvak bearing 0° true, distant 2 miles, changed course to 52° psc (68.7). Crew observed Sunday. Off Cold Bay at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 52° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean and Shelikof Strait. 3:30 Cape Karluk abeam 2.4 miles off. Changed course to 31° psc (13.8) 4:00 off Cape Ugat. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before. At 4:00 changed course to 26° psc. At 6:35 Cape Ugak bearing 131° true distant 1.8 mile, changed course to 26° psc (13.8). At 7:25 changed course to 35° psc (44.9). Watch ended Cape Uganik bearing 145° true distant 1.5 mi, changed course to 55° psc. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- On course 55° psc for entrance of Kupreanof Strait at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 8:48 changed to various courses. At 9:27 changed to half speed approaching western entrance to Dry Spruce Bay. At 9:44 Northwest point of Bare Island bearing 68° true, distant 0.8 mile, increased to 3/4 speed (85 rpm) and steered various courses to anchorage. At 9:53 changed to various speeds and took in log (63.3). At 10:00 stopped and anchored in Dry Spruce Bay, in 19 fathoms water, soft bottom, to 45 fathoms chain on the starboard anchor. Anchored on the following bearings:- South tangent Dry Spruce Island 93° true, West tangent Dry Spruce Island 345° true, South tangent Bare Island 295° true. Issued 5 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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kodiak alaska

Lat 57.92, Long -152.68

Hospital Anderson


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9 May 1927

passed hanin rocks light bearing 208 true distant 10 mile

Lat 22.6, Long -152.4

Midnight to 4:00AM. Anchored in Dry Spruce Bay, Alaska in 19 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Anchored as above. At 5:35 made preparations to get underway. At 6:05 anchor aweigh and stood out Dry Spruce Bay down Kupreanof Strait and through Whale Passage on various courses, speed 85 rpm. Watch ended off Kizhuyak Point. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

8:00am to meridian:- Steamed on various courses through Kizhuyak Bay, Narrow Strait and Kodiak Harbor, at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine temperature normal. At 8:45 Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c, was returned to duty by the ship's medical officer; to receive pay on and after this date. At 9:35 Hanin Rocks light bearing 202° true, distant 0.8 mile, changed course to 270° psc to investigate condition of an unidentified motor boat which appeared to be in distress off Miller Point. At 9:50 changed to various courses. * At 10:02 completed investigation, finding motor boat to be again underway, resumed courses for Kodiak. At 10:17 passed Hanin Rocks light bearing 208° true, distant 1.0 mile. At 10:50 reduced to half speed approaching dock at Kodiak. At 11:00 worked engines to telegraph attempting to moor but, on account of unfavorable wind and tide, resumed half speed and various courses to inner harbor. At 10:10 worked engine to telegraph while turning to return to dock. At 10:15 changed to half speed. At 11:20 changed to various speeds approaching dock. At 11:30 Moored to the W.J. Erskine Company's dock at Kodiak Alaska. Deck force employed painting about the main deck and handling lines. *10:00 Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c, was placed on the binnacle list. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c - was returned to duty by the ship's medical officer; to receive pay on and after this date

Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c - was placed on the binnacle list

Meridian to 4:00PM. Moored as above. 1:30 held general quarters, gun drill by quarters for muster. Deck force employed painting about the main deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch after dance William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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kodiak alaska

Lat 57.8, Long -152.4

Hospital Anderson


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10 May 1927

approaching anchorage in uzinki harbor

Lat 54.1, Long -152.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the W.J. Erskine dock, Kodiak Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 1:30 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to meridian:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:00 commenced preparations for getting underway. At 9:45 unmoored and stood out of Kodiak Harbor at slow speed on various easterly courses. At 9:52 Cayne Rock buoy abeam, increased to half speed. At 9:54 increased to 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 10:36 changed to various westerly courses through Narrow Strait. At 10:49 passed Hanin Rocks light bearing 210° true, distant 1.1 miles. At 11:37 changed to various speeds approaching anchorage in Uzinki Harbor. At 11:40 stopped and anchored in Uzinki Harbor in 13 fathoms of water, soft bottom; to 45 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Anchored on the following bearings: Uzinki beacon 236° true, East end Prokoda Islet 186° true and Black Point 111° true. Deck force employed handling lines and securing gear about decks for sea. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. 12:35 Medical officer left the ship to investigate conditions ashore. 1:45 Medical officer returned. Began making preparations for getting underway. 2:00 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 2:15 hove up anchor and stood various courses out of Uzinki Bay, Narrow Strait, Marmot Bay and Whale Passage at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather and wet paint about the main deck. Deck force employed painting about the main deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Steaming as before through Kupreanof Strait on course 263° psc. At 4:15 changed course to 184° psc - followed by various courses for anchorage in Dry Spruce Bay. At 4:35 anchored in 13 fathoms of water in Dry Spruce Bay, Alaska, 45 fathoms of chain, starboard anchor. Anchorage bearings: South tangent Dry Spruce Island, 95° true, North tangent Dry Spruce Island, 340° true and South tangent Bare Island, 290° true. At 8:30 veered to 60 fathoms. Issued five (5) night rations to engineers' force. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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dry spruce bay alaska

Lat 57.40, Long -154.75

Hospital Anderson


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11 May 1927

Meridian to 4:00PM. *George I. Anne, F 1c tried by Minor Court for conduct to prejudice good order and discipline and for absence from duty without leave on March 31 1927; found guilty and sentenced to forfeit 30 days' pay amounting to $60.00, proceedings; findings and sentence approved by convening authority 5-10-27. Eric A. Anderson F 1c tried by Minor Court for conduct to prejudice of good order and discipline and for absence from duty without leave on March 31 1927; found guilty and sentenced to forfeit 30 days' pay amounting to $66.00, proceedings, findings and sentence approved by convening authority May 10, - 1927.

George I. Anne, F 1c - tried by Minor Court for conduct to prejudice good order and discipline and for absence from duty without leave on March 31 1927; found guilty and sentenced to forfeit 30 days' pay amounting to $60.00, proceedings; findings and sentence approved by convening authority 5-10-27

Eric A. Anderson F 1c - tried by Minor Court for conduct to prejudice of good order and discipline and for absence from duty without leave on March 31 1927; found guilty and sentenced to forfeit 30 days' pay amounting to $66.00, proceedings, findings and sentence approved by convening authority May 10, - 1927


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11 May 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Midnight to 8:00am:- Anchored in Dry Spruce Bay, Alaska, in 13 fathoms of water, 60 fathoms chain starboard anchor. At 3:30 made preparations to get underway. At 4:05 anchor aweigh, stood out Dry Spruce Bay through Kupreanof Strait and down Shelikof Strait on various courses, speed 85 rpm. At 5:56 Cape Uganik light bearing 166° true, distant 1.7 mi., changed course to 218° psc, streamed log (88.5) At 7:23 Cape Ugat bearing 154° true, distant 2 miles, changed course to 206° psc (99.5). Watch ended off Cape Kuliuk. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- On course 206° psc through Shelikof Strait at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held fire drill followed by collision drill. At 9:40 held quarters. At 10:12 Cape Karluk abeam 2.5 miles off, changed course to 198° psc. At 11:00 changed course to 197° psc (29.3). Off Cape Ikolik at end of watch. Deck force employed painting about the main deck and in cockpit, also cleaning boats and overhauling boat gear. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 197° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. * Deck force employed painting about the spar deck and main deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through the North Pacific Ocean course 197° psc. Watch ended off Foggy Cape. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight: At 8:00 changed course to 214° psc (0.8). At 9:45 North end of Aghiyuk Island abeam 5 miles distant, changed course to 224° psc (14.5) Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 55.65, Long -159.48

Hospital Anderson


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12 May 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 224° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00am to 8:00am. Heaving as before on course 224° psc. At 4:10 changed course to 249° psc. At 4:40 Cape Ikti bearing 0° true, distant 2 miles log (65.9). At 4:46 changed course to 230° psc and stood in on various courses thru inside passage from Mitrofania island to Kupreanof Point. At 7:48 slow speed, stood in for Perryville village on various courses and speeds. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian. Steaming on various courses at various speeds to Perryville Harbor. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:10 took in log (92.7). At 8:20 stopped off Perryville, Executive Officer and Medical Officer went ashore in motor boat. At 8:30 sent the Boatswain in dinghy to take soundings to find an anchorage; Worked engines to telegraph to keep in position. At 9:30 Boatswain reported no suitable anchorage, hoisted dinghy. At 9:45 Executive Officer and Medical Officer returned, hoisted motor boat. At 9:55 set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and steered various southwesterly courses. * At 10:47 reduced to slow speed to take soundings off Egg Isd. At 10:55 increased to 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. *At 10:08 passed Three Star Point bearing 326° true, distant 0.3 miles, streamed the log (92.7). At 11:05 changed course to 181° psc (0.0) At 11:39 stopped to allow engineers force to make a minor repair At 11:40 Leader Isd. abeam 0.7 mi off (4.5). At 11:41, 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Deck force employed painting about the main and spar decks. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 181° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 12:39 Kupreanof Point abeam 1.0 mile off, changed course to 217° psc (13.3). 2:13 changed course to 207° psc (24.4). 3:20 changed course to 144° psc (33.0). 3:30 held quarters for muster followed by resuscitation drill. Deck force employed painting about the spar and main decks. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Steaming as before down Gorman Strait and into Delarof Harbor on various courses. At 5:00 anchored in Delarof Harbor, off Unga, Alaska, in 7 fathoms of water, 45 fathoms chain port anchor; Elephant rock bearing 173° true and Harbor buoy, 115° true.


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12 May 1927

(continued)

4:00pm to midnight:- At 8:15 let go starboard anchor, 30 fathoms of chain, and veered to 60 fathoms of chain, port anchor. At 8:45pm granted liberty to one watch until 3:00am May 13, 1927. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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delarof harbor alaska

Lat 55.37, Long -160.93

Hospital Anderson


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13 May 1927

into baralof bay

Lat 55.2, Long -160.6

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Delarof Harbor, off Unga Village, Alaska in seven fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the port anchor and 30 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. At 3:10 liberty party returned, no absentees. Carried out the morning routine. At 8:30 Medical Officer left the ship to give medical treatment to natives of Unga Village. At 8:50 Commanding Officer left the ship to call on the US Commissioner at Unga. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine temperature normal. 11:00 medical officer returned. Began making preparations for getting underway. 11:25 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 11:43 began heaving up anchor. 11:50 anchor aweigh, set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and stood out of Unga Harbor into Popof Strait on various courses. 12:40 stood into Baralof Bay. 1:00 stopped and anchored in Baralof Bay in 14 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Anchored on the following bearings: Left tangent entrance 85° true, Cannery dock 16° true. 1:15 medical officer left the ship to give medical treatment to natives. 3:10 began making preparations for getting underway. 3:25 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. Deck force employed washing paintwork about the spar deck and painting on the main deck. Quarters and drills omitted on account of painting on the main deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Anchored as above. At 4:20 medical officer returned to ship, having completed his duties ashore. At 4:40 anchor aweigh and stood out Squaw Harbor and through Popof and Unga Strait on various northerly and westerly courses, speed 85 rpm. At 6:00 Streamed log (44.7). * At 7:35 met the "Katherine D", eastbound. Watch ended off Jude Island. *At 7:07 Unga Island light abeam, set course 225° psc (52.8) N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

"Katherine D" - At 7:35 met the "Katherine D", eastbound

8:00pm to midnight:- Steaming on various southwesterly courses through Inside Passage from Cape Aliaksin to Belkofski at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 8:47 passed Jude Island, bearing 156° true, distant 4.1 miles. At 10:14 passed Cape Tolstoi, bearing north true, approximately 2 miles off. At 11:44 passed Arch Point light bearing 336° true, distant .5 mile. At end of watch off Bluff Point. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 55.03, Long -162.10

Hospital Anderson


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14 May 1927

off belkofski bay

Lat 55.1, Long -162.3

Midnight to 4:00AM. On various SW courses rounding Dolgoi Island at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 12:53 slowed to half speed in entering Dolgoi Harbor. 1:045 stopepd and anchored in 11 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Anchored on the following bearings Right tangent North Island 209° T, Range Mountain 15° true. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00am to 8:00am. Anchored as above. At 6:40 made preparations to get underway. At 7:05 anchor aweigh and stood out Dolgoi Island anchorage on various courses, speed 85 rpm. At 7:30 Entrance Island abeam, course 206° psc. Watch ended off Inner Iliasik Island light. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:am to meridian:- On course 206° psc through Iliasik Pass at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. At 8:05 Inner Iliasik light abeam 0.5 miles off, changed to various courses to anchorage off Belkofski At 8:34 reduced to slow speed. At 8:40 stopped and anchored in 10 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the port anchor on the following bearings: Belkofski light 246° true, church 295° true. At 9:00 Executive Officer and Medical Officer left the ship to investigate condition in the native village of Belkofski. At 10:00 Commanding Officer inspected the ship throughout. At 11:15 Executive and Medical Officers returned, made preparations for getting underway. At 11:30 heaved up anchor and stood out of anchorage on course 172° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 11:35 changed course to 223° psc. Deck force employed preparing for inspection. At end of watch off Belkofski Bay. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses through Belkofski Bay and King Cove at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 1:10 slowed down. 1:15 Made fast to Pacific American Cannery dock at King Cove Alaska. 1:20 Mrs. Patterson of Unalaska came on board for transportation to Unalaska; Authority, Bering Sea Patrol Force Commander's dispatch (9911-1600). 2:00 let go lines from dock and stood various courses out of King Cove into North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Mrs. Patterson - 1:20 Mrs. Patterson of Unalaska came on board for transportation to Unalaska; Authority, Bering Sea Patrol Force Commander's dispatch (9911-1600)


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14 May 1927

out of sannak bay

Lat 29.5, Long 35.0

(continued.).

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before on various courses through the North Pacific Ocean. At 6:50 Slow speed and stood in Sannak Bay on various courses. At 7:05 anchored in Sannak Bay, Alaska, in 6 fathoms of water, 30 fathoms chain, starboard anchor; anchorage bearings: Sannak Light 103° true, Inner Point, 200° true. At 7:15 Executive Officer and Medical Officer left ship to investigate condition in native village. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. At 8:10 Executive and Medical Officers returned, made preparations for getting underway. At 8:20 heaved up anchor and stood out of Sannak Bay on various courses at various speeds. At 8:25 set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and course 359° psc. At 8:34 changed course to 320° psc, streamed the log (29.6) At 9:13 changed course to 285° psc (35.2). At 9:33 made out Cape Pankof light bearing 292° true, changed course to 265° psc (38.2) At 9:43 changed course to 234° psc (39.4). At 10:00 passed Cape Pankof light abeam, 1.8 miles off, changed course to 230° psc (41.5). Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. Off Cape Lazaref at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.25, Long -166.03

Hospital Anderson Reported Gaviola J.H. Petrick R.T. Roland G.T. Cooper D.B. Stedman L.S. Usher P.S. Chandler R.W. Carlson


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15 May 1927

through the north pacific ocean and unimak pass

Lat 54.4, Long -166.5

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 230° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm, through the North Pacific Ocean. 3:02 slowed down, and changed course to 206° psc heavy fog having set in. Took soundings at 3:05, 3:30 and 4:00. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming through the North Pacific Ocean and Unimak Pass on various courses in a heavy fog. Took soundings at 4:30 and 5:00. At 5:00 changed course to 295 psc (88.1). At 5:16 sighted land, Scotch Cap light bearing 300° true and Ugamak Island 247° true, (89.6), changed course to 270° psc. At 5:18 increased to three quarters speed, 85 rpm. At 6:34 Scotch Cap light abeam, distant 3.3 miles, changed course to 258° psc (99.7). Watch ended in Unimak Pass. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00am to meridian:- On course 258° psc through Unimak Pass at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:07 changed course to 240° psc (21.0). At 9:18 changed course to 232° psc (22.5). At 10:26 passed Akun Head abeam, 2 miles off (31.9). At 11:47 changed course to 205° psc. Off North Head at end of watch. Crew observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses through the Bering Sea and Unalaska Bay at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 1:35 Cape Kalekta abeam 1.4 miles off changed course to 195° psc (62.6) 1:37 took in log (62.7) 12:45 set clocks back 30 minutes. 1:45 set clocks back 30 minutes. Clocks now keeping 165 meridian time. 1:55 stopped, Haida's launch came alongside received mail and shoved off. 2:05 underway at 3/4 speed standing for Unalaska. 2:20 stopped and made fast to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. 2:30 Mrs Patterson, passenger from King Cove left the ship. 2:40 Commanding Officer left the ship to report to the Force Commander 3:15 Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c reported aboard for duty in accordance with Haida's letter May 15 1927 (73) 3:20 The following named men reported on board for duty in accordance with Haida's letter May 15 1927 (73): Jesse Horace Petrick Sea 1c, Roland Theodore Ward, Sea 2c, George Thomas Cooper Sea 2c, David Baxter Stedman, Sea 2c, Lee Samuel Usher, F 3c, Philip Stephen Chandler F 3c and Ray Waldemar Carlson F 3c. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Mrs Patterson - 2:30 Mrs Patterson, passenger from King Cove left the ship

Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c - reported aboard for duty in accordance with Haida's letter May 15 1927 (73)

George Thomas Cooper Sea 2c - 3:20 The following named men reported on board for duty in accordance with Haida's letter May 15 1927 (73): Jesse Horace Petrick Sea 1c, Roland Theodore Ward, Sea 2c, George Thomas Cooper Sea 2c, David Baxter Stedman, Sea 2c, Lee Samuel Usher, F 3c, Philip Stephen Chandler F 3c and Ray Waldemar Carlson F 3c

Roland Theodore Ward, Sea 2c - 3:20 The following named men reported on board for duty in accordance with Haida's letter May 15 1927 (73): Jesse Horace Petrick Sea 1c, Roland Theodore Ward, Sea 2c, George Thomas Cooper Sea 2c, David Baxter Stedman, Sea 2c, Lee Samuel Usher, F 3c, Philip Stephen Chandler F 3c and Ray Waldemar Carlson F 3c

Jesse Horace Petrick Sea 1c - 3:20 The following named men reported on board for duty in accordance with Haida's letter May 15 1927 (73): Jesse Horace Petrick Sea 1c, Roland Theodore Ward, Sea 2c, George Thomas Cooper Sea 2c, David Baxter Stedman, Sea 2c, Lee Samuel Usher, F 3c, Philip Stephen Chandler F 3c and Ray Waldemar Carlson F 3c

David Baxter Stedman, Sea 2c - 3:20 The following named men reported on board for duty in accordance with Haida's letter May 15 1927 (73): Jesse Horace Petrick Sea 1c, Roland Theodore Ward, Sea 2c, George Thomas Cooper Sea 2c, David Baxter Stedman, Sea 2c, Lee Samuel Usher, F 3c, Philip Stephen Chandler F 3c and Ray Waldemar Carlson F 3c

Lee Samuel Usher, F 3c - 3:20 The following named men reported on board for duty in accordance with Haida's letter May 15 1927 (73): Jesse Horace Petrick Sea 1c, Roland Theodore Ward, Sea 2c, George Thomas Cooper Sea 2c, David Baxter Stedman, Sea 2c, Lee Samuel Usher, F 3c, Philip Stephen Chandler F 3c and Ray Waldemar Carlson F 3c

Philip Stephen Chandler F 3c - 3:20 The following named men reported on board for duty in accordance with Haida's letter May 15 1927 (73): Jesse Horace Petrick Sea 1c, Roland Theodore Ward, Sea 2c, George Thomas Cooper Sea 2c, David Baxter Stedman, Sea 2c, Lee Samuel Usher, F 3c, Philip Stephen Chandler F 3c and Ray Waldemar Carlson F 3c

Ray Waldemar Carlson F 3c - 3:20 The following named men reported on board for duty in accordance with Haida's letter May 15 1927 (73): Jesse Horace Petrick Sea 1c, Roland Theodore Ward, Sea 2c, George Thomas Cooper Sea 2c, David Baxter Stedman, Sea 2c, Lee Samuel Usher, F 3c, Philip Stephen Chandler F 3c and Ray Waldemar Carlson F 3c


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15 May 1927

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 4:30pm granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm tonight. At 11:00pm liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Hospital Anderson

coal: 234700 - Coal Received 234700 Expended 8400 On hand 349770


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16 May 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Vessel made fast alogside Alaska Commercial Company's dock, Unalaska, Alaska. At 6:00am deck force commenced making preparations for coaling ship. Ship's draft before coaling: * forward, 10'10", aft, 14'2". N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:00 commenced coaling ship. Deck force employed coaling ship. Carpenter made repairs on motor dinghy. Engineers force renewed parts of motor sailer engine. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. At 12:00 Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c, was restored to duty by the ship's medical officer. At 2:00 Charles Goodrick, GM 2c, was tried by deck court for offense noted in log of April 30, 1927. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c - was restored to duty by the ship's medical officer

Charles Goodrick, GM 2c - was tried by deck court for offense noted in log of April 30, 1927

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above, coaling ship. At 4:55 discontinued coaling ship, having received 104 long tons of coal this date. At 7:00 granted liberty to one watch until 12:00pm today. At 12:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

coal: 104 long tons - At 4:55 discontinued coaling ship, having received 104 long tons of coal this date


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Hospital Anderson

coal: 203840 - Coal Received 203840 Expended 8400 On hand 545210


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17 May 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 7:15 recommenced coaling ship. A.J. Craig, Lieut, (jg)(T).

9:00am to meridian. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature. 1:45 finished coaling ship having received 91 long tons of coal making in all a total of 195 long tons of coal. * 2:30 USS Boxer moored alongside with supplies for native school at Kashega. Deck force employed coaling ship and cleaning ship after coaling. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. *Ship's draft after coaling: forward 15 feet 1 inch, aft 14 feet 5 inches. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

coal: 91 long tons - 1:45 finished coaling ship having received 91 long tons of coal making in all a total of 195 long tons of coal

USS Boxer - 2:30 USS Boxer moored alongside with supplies for native school at Kashega

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM. 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Hospital Anderson


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18 May 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 began receiving supplies for the native school at Kashega from the USS Boxer. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

USS Boxer - 8:00 began receiving supplies for the native school at Kashega from the USS Boxer

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed taking aboard supplies for the native school at Kashega from the Boxer and cleaning ship after coaling. Engineers' force employed in routine work and repairing and testing engines for motor dinghy and motor launch. Quarters and drills omitted on account of deck force being employed transferring supplies from the Boxer. At 4:00 finished taking aboard supplies. Draft, forward 14'06", aft, 15'08". N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Hospital Anderson


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19 May 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. At 8:30 made preparations to get underway. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- At 9:00 winded ship preparatory to getting underway but delayed sailing on account of adverse weather conditions. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 2:35 held fire drill followed by collision drill. At 2:45 Held quarters. Deck force employed handling lines, sewing canvas and cleaning about the main deck and scrubbing bags and hammocks. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 7:00 granted liberty to one watch until 2:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Hospital Anderson


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20 May 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 2:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. Carried out the morning routine. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters for muster followed by resuscitation and signal drills. Deck force employed washing ship's boats and overhauling boat boxes. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to midnight. Moored as above. 5:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00. 11:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.02, Long -166.98

Hospital. Passengers. E.W. Hunnicutt J. Yechmanoff Mrs. Keshmanoff & Keshmanoff (daughter) Martha Denesoff Mike Kudren Mike Kudren Jr. Cornalius Kudren


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21 May 1927

cape kovrizhka abeam

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska Carried out the morning routine. 8:30 began making preparations for getting underway. 8:45 Edwin W Hunnicutt, school teacher for Kashega and, Mike Kudren, Mike Kudren Jr., Cornalius Kudren, John Yechmanoff, Mrs Yechmanoff Daughter Yechmanoff and Martha Denesoff came on board for transportation to Kashega. 8:55 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Mike Kudren Jr. - 8:45 Edwin W Hunnicutt, school teacher for Kashega and, Mike Kudren, Mike Kudren Jr., Cornalius Kudren, John Yechmanoff, Mrs Yechmanoff Daughter Yechmanoff and Martha Denesoff came on board for transportation to Kashega

Edwin W Hunnicutt - 8:45 Edwin W Hunnicutt, school teacher for Kashega and, Mike Kudren, Mike Kudren Jr., Cornalius Kudren, John Yechmanoff, Mrs Yechmanoff Daughter Yechmanoff and Martha Denesoff came on board for transportation to Kashega

Mike Kudren - 8:45 Edwin W Hunnicutt, school teacher for Kashega and, Mike Kudren, Mike Kudren Jr., Cornalius Kudren, John Yechmanoff, Mrs Yechmanoff Daughter Yechmanoff and Martha Denesoff came on board for transportation to Kashega

Mrs Yechmanoff - 8:45 Edwin W Hunnicutt, school teacher for Kashega and, Mike Kudren, Mike Kudren Jr., Cornalius Kudren, John Yechmanoff, Mrs Yechmanoff Daughter Yechmanoff and Martha Denesoff came on board for transportation to Kashega

John Yechmanoff - 8:45 Edwin W Hunnicutt, school teacher for Kashega and, Mike Kudren, Mike Kudren Jr., Cornalius Kudren, John Yechmanoff, Mrs Yechmanoff Daughter Yechmanoff and Martha Denesoff came on board for transportation to Kashega

Cornalius Kudren - 8:45 Edwin W Hunnicutt, school teacher for Kashega and, Mike Kudren, Mike Kudren Jr., Cornalius Kudren, John Yechmanoff, Mrs Yechmanoff Daughter Yechmanoff and Martha Denesoff came on board for transportation to Kashega

Daughter Yechmanoff - 8:45 Edwin W Hunnicutt, school teacher for Kashega and, Mike Kudren, Mike Kudren Jr., Cornalius Kudren, John Yechmanoff, Mrs Yechmanoff Daughter Yechmanoff and Martha Denesoff came on board for transportation to Kashega

Martha Denesoff - 8:45 Edwin W Hunnicutt, school teacher for Kashega and, Mike Kudren, Mike Kudren Jr., Cornalius Kudren, John Yechmanoff, Mrs Yechmanoff Daughter Yechmanoff and Martha Denesoff came on board for transportation to Kashega

9:00am to meridian:- At 9:00 let go lines from dock at Unalaska and stood out of Iliuliuk Bay on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. At 9:15 streamed the log (62.7). At 9:25 Ulakta Head bearing 270° true changed course to 319° psc through Unalaska Bay (63.8). At 10:21, off Cape Cheerful, changed course to 248° psc (71.4). At 11:22 Irishman's Hat abeam 3.6 miles off cc to 235° psc (79.8). Deck force employed handling lines, securing gear about decks for sea and cleaning about the main and spar decks. Commanding Officer's inspection of the ship omitted on account of securing gear about decks. A.J. Craig, Lieut, (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various southerly courses off Northwest Coast of Unalaska Island full speed of 100 rpm. 12:33 changed course to 176° psc Makushin Cape abeam (90.5). 1:30 Cape Kovrizhka abeam (99.2) changed course to 168° psc. 3:00 Kashega point abeam changed to various courses entering Kashega Harbor. 3:10 took in log (15.2). 3:38 slowed down 3:50 stopped and anchored in 6 1/2 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Anchored on the following bearings: left tangent Grassy Island 265° true, Conical Rock 295° true. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. At 4:05 lowered all boats and commenced unloading lumber and stores which were taken aboard from the Boxer on May 18, 1927. At 4:10 the passengers who came aboard at Unalaska, this date, left the ship. At 9:30 Mr. and Mrs Darofy Kustrometn and child (natives) came aboard for transportation to Unalaska. At 10:30 hoisted all boats, having finished unloading lumber and stores. Kept steaming watch in engine room. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

Mr. and Mrs Darofy Kustrometn - At 9:30 Mr. and Mrs Darofy Kustrometn and child (natives) came aboard for transportation to Unalaska


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.05, Long -166.82

Hospital Passengers Mr. D. Kusrtometn Mrs D. Kustrometn Baby.


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22 May 1927

through the bering sea off the north coast of unalaska island

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 4:00AM. Anchored in Kashega Harbor in 6 1/2 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. 3:10 began making preparations for getting underway. 3:25 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 3:30 hove anchor and stood various courses out of anchorage on slow and various speeds 3:55 set full speed of 100 rpm. 3:55 streamed log 15.3. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before through the Bering Sea, off the north coast of Unalaska Island. At 4:19 changed course to 354° psc (18.7) At 5:52 Cape Kovrizhka abeam, distant 1.6 mi. (32.7). At 6:50 changed course to 60° psc (41.6). Watch ended off Irishman's Hat, changed course to 72° psc (52.3). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- On course 72° psc through the Bering Sea at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:12 made out Wislow Island bearing 181° true (54.3). At 8:32 off Cape Cheerful changed course to 135° into Unalaska Bay (57.3). At 9:25 changed to various courses through Unalaska and Iliuliuk Bays (64.9). At 9:36 Ulakta Head bearing 257° true, took in log (67.0). At 9:57 reduced to half speed, then to various speeds. At 10:05 Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska. At 10:15 the passengers who came aboard at Kashega yesterday, left the ship: two rations were issued to these natives this date. Deck force employed handling lines and cleaning boats. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Observed Sunday. At 1:00pm granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. Received from Coast Guard Depot, one (1) package of .22 caliber targets. Received from Headquarters one (1) copy "Merchant Vessels of the US, 1926." N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

4:00pm to Midnight:- Moored as above. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Hospital Anderson


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23 May 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside the Alaska Commercial Company's dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:45 Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c was restored to duty by the ship's medical officer. At 3:30 held general quarters followed by gun drill. Deck force employed cleaning boats and cleaning the ship's sides. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - was restored to duty by the ship's medical officer

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.33, Long -165.58

Hospital Anderson

coal: 103600 - Coal Received 103600 Expended 21500 On hand 550100


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24 May 1927

out of iliuliuk bay into unalaska bay

Lat 54.4, Long -164.8

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska. At 1:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. Carried out the morning routine and prepared to coal ship. Draft before coaling: forward 14'9", aft 14'1". At 8:15 commenced coaling. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:05, Delivered to Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c the charges and specifications preferred against him. 1:15 finished coaling ship having received on board 46 1/2 long tons of coal. Ship's draft after coaling forward 15 feet 3 inches, aft, 14 feet 6 inches. 2:40 began making preparations for getting underway. 2:55 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 2:35 let go lines from dock and stood various courses out of Iliuliuk Bay into Unalaska Bay at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 3:00 streamed log (67.7) 3:47 Priest Rock abeam 1.0 mile off (73.5). Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship and cleaning ship after coaling. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c - 9:05, Delivered to Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c the charges and specifications preferred against him

coal: 46 1/2 long tons - 1:15 finished coaling ship having received on board 46 1/2 long tons of coal

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through the Bering Sea on course 28° psc. At 5:52 changed course to 56° psc (90.6). At 7:34 Akun Head abeam, distant 2.1 miles, changed course to 74° psc, (3.3). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight: On course 74° psc through Unimak Pass at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 10:15 Scotch Cap light bearing 77° true changed course to 85° psc (24.5). At 11:29 passed Scotch Cap light abeam, 3.6 miles off (34.5). At 11:40 changed course to 58° psc (35.9). Off Seal Cape at end of watch. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 55.08, Long -161.92

Hospital Anderson


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25 May 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -161.9

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 58° psc through the North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 4:00 changed course to 53° psc (71.0) William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before on course 53° psc through the North Pacific Ocean. At 4:22 Cape Lazaref abeam, distant 6.5 mi (73.7), changed course to 50° psc. At 6:19 Cape Pankof abeam, distant 1.8 mi., changed course to 17° psc (89.5). At 7:56 Umga Island abeam, distant 1.2 mi. changed course to 30° psc (2.5). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00am to meridian:- Steamed on various northeasterly courses through the North Pacific Ocean, Deer Island Passage and Iliasik Passage at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held fire drill followed by collision drill. At 9:40 held quarters. At 10:07 passed Stag Point bearing 152° true, distant 1.0 mile (19.8). At 11:30 passed Inner Iliasik light bearing 353° true, distant 0.7 mile (31.5). At end of watch northwest end of Inner Iliasik Island bearing 265° true distant 1.3 miles. Deck force employed cleaning boats and preparing them for painting. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses through North Pacific Ocean and Pavlof Bay at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 12:52 Arch Point bearing 333 T 1/2 mile off. 2:35 Cape Tolstoi bearing North true changed course to 72° psc (55.7). 3:52 Jude Island bearing 156° true changed course to 48° psc (66.1). The following men having been examined and found qualified by a board of officers were advanced in rating this date as noted: Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c to WT 1c Carl H.Widell Sea 1c to QM 3c Hugo Takko F 1c to WT 2c John A. Kennedy F 1c to WT 2c. The following named men were advanced in rating this date Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c to Sea 1c Charles H. Saar Sea 2c to Sea 1c Atha McBride F 3c to F 2c Leigh H. Dobyns F 3c to F 2c. Deck force employed cleaning boats in preparation for painting and scraping bridge ladders. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c - The following men having been examined and found qualified by a board of officers were advanced in rating this date as noted: Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c to WT 1c Carl H.Widell Sea 1c to QM 3c Hugo Takko F 1c to WT 2c John A. Kennedy F 1c to WT 2c

Carl H.Widell Sea 1c - The following men having been examined and found qualified by a board of officers were advanced in rating this date as noted: Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c to WT 1c Carl H.Widell Sea 1c to QM 3c Hugo Takko F 1c to WT 2c John A. Kennedy F 1c to WT 2c

Hugo Takko F 1c - The following men having been examined and found qualified by a board of officers were advanced in rating this date as noted: Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c to WT 1c Carl H.Widell Sea 1c to QM 3c Hugo Takko F 1c to WT 2c John A. Kennedy F 1c to WT 2c

John A. Kennedy F 1c - The following men having been examined and found qualified by a board of officers were advanced in rating this date as noted: Cyrus L. Knight WT 2c to WT 1c Carl H.Widell Sea 1c to QM 3c Hugo Takko F 1c to WT 2c John A. Kennedy F 1c to WT 2c

Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c - The following named men were advanced in rating this date Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c to Sea 1c Charles H. Saar Sea 2c to Sea 1c Atha McBride F 3c to F 2c Leigh H. Dobyns F 3c to F 2c

Charles H. Saar Sea 2c - The following named men were advanced in rating this date Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c to Sea 1c Charles H. Saar Sea 2c to Sea 1c Atha McBride F 3c to F 2c Leigh H. Dobyns F 3c to F 2c

Atha McBride F 3c - The following named men were advanced in rating this date Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c to Sea 1c Charles H. Saar Sea 2c to Sea 1c Atha McBride F 3c to F 2c Leigh H. Dobyns F 3c to F 2c

Leigh H. Dobyns F 3c - The following named men were advanced in rating this date Joe S. Kornek, Sea 2c to Sea 1c Charles H. Saar Sea 2c to Sea 1c Atha McBride F 3c to F 2c Leigh H. Dobyns F 3c to F 2c


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25 May 1927

through the north pacific ocean and korovin strait

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through the North Pacific Ocean and Korovin Strait on course 48° psc. At 5:00 met "SS Unimak", westbound. At 5:30 Unga Island light abeam, distant 0.8 mi., changed course to 71° psc (79.3). At 5:50 Gull Island abeam, 0.8 mi. off, changed course to 85° psc (82.4). At 7:40 Cape Devine abeam, distant 1 mi., changed course to 50° psc (96.9). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

"SS Unimak" - At 5:00 met "SS Unimak", westbound

8:00pm to midnight On course 50° psc through the North Pacific Ocean, at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 56.50, Long -156.40

Hospital Anderson


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26 May 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 50° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before through the North Pacific Ocean on course 50° psc. At 6:25 Lighthouse rocks abeam, distant 8.6 mi. (83.3). At 7:00 changed course to 23 psc (88.3). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- Course 23° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:30 held infantry drill and small arms instruction. At 9:48 north end of Aghiyuk Island abeam 3.0 miles off, changed course to 20° psc (10.4). Deck force employed preparing boats for painting and varnishng boat lockers and bridge ladder. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 20° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. Deck force employed cleaning and painting ship's boats. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through the North Pacific Ocean on course 20° psc. At 7:46 Cape Ikolik abeam, distant 10 miles (90.5). At 7:54 changed course to 31° psc (91.7). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 31° psc through Shelikof Strait at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 9:57 Cape Karluk abeam 2.3 miles off, changed course to 29° psc (8.1) At 11:38 Harvester Island abeam 9.0 miles off (21.9). At 12:00 off Cape Kuliuk changed course to 21° psc (25.0). Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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shelikof strait alaska

Lat 59.03, Long -152.02

Hospital Anderson


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27 May 1927

through shelikof strait

Lat 57.4, Long -3.0

Midnight to 4:00am. On course 21° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through Shelikof Strait. 1:00 Changed course to 31° psc (33.1) 2:55 Raspberry Cape abeam changed course to 12° psc (48.7). William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before through Shelikof Strait on course 12° psc. At 5:00 changed course to 10° psc (65.7). Watch ended off north end of Afognak Island. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00am to meridian: On course 10° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:05 changed course to 7° psc (91.2) At 8:30 held infantry drill under arms. At 10:00 northwest point of Barren Islands abeam 3.5 miles off changed course to 35° psc (5.5). At 10:00 set clocks ahead one half hour. At 10:55 changed course to 68° psc (9.2). Deck force employed painting boats. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 68° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 1:45 East Chugach Island Light abeam 4.0 miles off changed to course 44° psc. 2:00 set all clocks ahead 30 minutes. Clocks now keeping 150th meridian time. Deck force employed painting ship's boats and sand scrubbing spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through the North Pacific Ocean on course 43° psc. At 4:00 held quarters followed by stations for abandon ship. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 43° psc. speed 85 rpm. At 9:18 Seal Rocks light abeam 5.5 miles off, changed course to 30° psc (89.5). Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 60.58, Long -146.20

Hospital Anderson


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28 May 1927

cordova alaska

Lat 60.5, Long -145.8

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 30° psc through the North Pacific Ocean and at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 2:30 changed to various courses and stood into Elrington Passage. 2:54 Elrington Island light bearing 90° true 2.3 miles off. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before through Elrington Passage and Latouche Passage on various courses. At 5:30 Point Helen Light abeam, distant 1.2 mi, changed course to 0° psc (56.5). At 7:53 Seal Island buoy bearing 149° true, distant 1 mi., changed course to 53° psc (75.6). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian: Course 53° through Prince William Sound at 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. At 9:00 changed course to 56° psc (84.7) At 10:30 held general muster followed by Commanding Officer's inspection of the ship. At end of watch in Orca Bay off Gravina Point. A.J. Craig; Lieut. (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses through Orca Bay and Orca Inlet at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 1:48 slowed to half speed while crossing bay. 1:55 Increased to 3/4 speed. 2:05 stopped and anchored in Cordova Harbor in 9 1/2 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on starboard anchor, Anchorage bearings: No. 10 buoy 156° true, No. 8 buoy 202° true. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 12:00 mid:- Anchored as above. At 4:50 made preparations to get underway. At 5:05 anchor aweigh and stood in for Cordova City Dock on various courses and speeds. At 5:20 made fast alongside City Dock, Cordova, Alaska. At 5:30 granted liberty to one watch until 2:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)


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cordova alaska

Lat 60.5, Long -145.8

Hospital Anderson


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29 May 1927

cordova alaska

Lat 60.5, Long -145.8

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside the City Dock, Cordova Alaska. At 2:00am liberty party returned, no absentees. Deck force carried out regular Sunday morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 11:00 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. Crew observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

*Ascertained that P.W. Anderson, Sea 2c, had arrived on board the Patrol Boat Cygan, to which he had been temporarily transferred from this vessel, from hospital at Cordova; as of May 19.

P.W. Anderson, Sea 2c - Ascertained that P.W. Anderson, Sea 2c, had arrived on board the Patrol Boat Cygan, to which he had been temporarily transferred from this vessel, from hospital at Cordova; as of May 19

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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cordova alaska

Lat 60.5, Long -145.8

Hospital Anderson Left for Hospital Capt. R.C. Weightman


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30 May 1927

cordova alaska

Lat 60.5, Long -145.8

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the City Dock at Cordova, Alaska. * Carried out the morning routine. *At 1:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. ** At 8:30 Commander R.C. Weightman left the ship for inpatient treatment at the Cordova General (USPHS) Hospital at Cordova. **At 8:00 half masted colors in observance of Memorial Day. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Commander R.C. Weightman - At 8:30 Commander R.C. Weightman left the ship for inpatient treatment at the Cordova General (USPHS) Hospital at Cordova

9:00AM to Meridian Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 granted liberty to one watch until 2:00am tomorrow. 2:00 fired salute of 21 minute guns and hoisted colors. Crew observed Memorial Day. Quarters and drills omitted on account of holiday. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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cordova alaska

Lat 60.5, Long -145.8

Hospital Capt R.C. Weightman P.W. Anderson


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31 May 1927

cordova alaska

Lat 60.5, Long -145.8

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the City Dock, Cordova, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 2:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held quarters followed by signal drill, gun drill, boat drill, man overboard drill and clothing inspection At 12:30pm officers and crew received their monthly pay. At 1:00pm granted liberty to one watch until 3:00am tomorrow. At 3:15 a minor court met in the case of Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c. Deck force employed painting boats and painting the railing around spar deck. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

4:00p mto midnight:- Moored as above. At 9:00pm Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, returned to the ship under the influence of intoxicating liquors and disorderly; placed them in hand irons for safekeeping. At 9:30 sent beach patrol ashore N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - At 9:00pm Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, returned to the ship under the influence of intoxicating liquors and disorderly; placed them in hand irons for safekeeping

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - At 9:00pm Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, returned to the ship under the influence of intoxicating liquors and disorderly; placed them in hand irons for safekeeping

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - At 9:00pm Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, returned to the ship under the influence of intoxicating liquors and disorderly; placed them in hand irons for safekeeping


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R. C. Weightman Commander - Mrs M. Weightman (wife) Juneau, Alaska.

L. W. Perkins Lt. Comdr. - Juneau Alaska Wife Gertrude M. 1412 Belle Plaine Ave Chicago, Ill.

N. S. Haugen Lieut. (T) - On board - Mother Mrs M. Weibust 711 - 23rd Ave. N. Seattle, Wn.

A. J. Craig Lt. (jg)(T) - On board, 1311 No. 8th St Tacoma Wash. Mrs. Jean A. Craig (wife), same address.

William Bowman Ensign (T) - On board Mother Mrs. J. Bowman 949 Amalia Ave Los Angeles

G. A. Laurie AA Surg. USPHS - On board

A. B. Eriksen Boatswain - Wife Mrs Ella - 233 Graham Hotel Seattle Wash.

H. W. Parker Gunner(T) -

C. C. Jones Machinist (T) - On board

E. E. Johnson Carpenter (T) - On board

F. B. Cottrell Pay Clerk (T) - On board Mrs Anna B. Cottrell (wife) Sequim, Wash


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LOGS FOR JUNE 1927


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cordova alaska

Lat 60.58, Long -145.72


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1 June 1927

through orca inlet and orca bay

Lat 60.5, Long -145.9

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored as above. At 1:00am beach patrol returned. At 3:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. At 5:30 released prisoners from hand irons. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to meridian:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Made preparations for getting underway. At 11:20 Commenced to wind ship at the dock, worked engines to telegraph. At 11:25 let go lines and stood away from the dock at various speeds. While clearing the dock, the surfboat was slightly damaged by striking on piling at corner of dock. This damage was caused by strong current setting ship against dock and will be repaired by the ship's carpenter. At 11:30 set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and steered various courses out of Cordova Harbor. At 11:38 stopped to allow enginers force to make necessary repairs to main engine. At 11:45 resumed 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Deck force employed preparing for sea and painting rails about the spar deck and weather cloth of the bridge. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses through Orca Inlet and Orca Bay at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast in the cases of Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c and William O. Koski Sea 1c for offences noted in 4:00PM to Midnight watch May 31 1927, and directed that Rhodes be tried by Minor Court and that Hunt and Koski be tried by deck court. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck and assisting the carpenter in repairing the surf boat. 3:30 held quarters for muster followed by signal and resuscitation drills. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast in the cases of Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c and William O. Koski Sea 1c for offences noted in 4:00PM to Midnight watch May 31 1927, and directed that Rhodes be tried by Minor Court and that Hunt and Koski be tried by deck court

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast in the cases of Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c and William O. Koski Sea 1c for offences noted in 4:00PM to Midnight watch May 31 1927, and directed that Rhodes be tried by Minor Court and that Hunt and Koski be tried by deck court

William O. Koski Sea 1c - 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast in the cases of Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c and William O. Koski Sea 1c for offences noted in 4:00PM to Midnight watch May 31 1927, and directed that Rhodes be tried by Minor Court and that Hunt and Koski be tried by deck court

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before on various courses through Prince William Sound and Latouche Passage. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- On various courses through Latouche Passage, Elrington Passage and the North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 10:40 Channel Entrance light bearing 188° true distant 0.5 mile, reduced to half speed of 70 rpm, streamed the log (4.6). At 11:52 Point Elrington light bearing 54° true distant 4.0 miles changed course to 205° psc (15.4) Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

At 11.25 let go liner and stood away from the dock

At 11.30 set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and steered various course out of Cordova Harbor

William O Kosta Sea 1 c - Commanding Officer held mast in the case of, for offences noted in 4.00pm to midnight watch May 31st

Charles F Hunt Sea 1 c - Commanding Officer held mast in the case of, for offences noted in 4.00pm to midnight watch May 31st

Wesley G Rhodes SC 2 c - Commanding Officer held mast in the case of, for offences noted in 4.00pm to midnight watch May 31st


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seward alaska

Lat 60.02, Long -149.40

Discharged Reinhold E. Larssen


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2 June 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 60.0, Long -149.4

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 205° psc at 1/2 speed of 70 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 3:00 Cape Resurrection abeam, changed course to 298 psc (35.0) William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before on course 298 psc through the North Pacific Ocean and on various courses through Resurrection Bay. * At 7:15 made fast alongside US Government Railway dock at Seward, Alaska. *At 6:10 hauled in log, off Caines Head Light, (56.5). At 7:50 discovered that Jesse H. Petrick, Sea 1c had left ship without permission. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

Jesse H. Petrick, Sea 1c - At 7:50 discovered that Jesse H. Petrick, Sea 1c had left ship without permission

8:00am to meridian:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:30 Jesse H. Petrick, Sea 1c, returned from unauthorized absence and was sentenced to perform four hours extra duty, as a punishment. At 9:30 received from the Post Office at Seward, the mail for Unalaska. Issued Honorable Discharge No. 33645 to Reinhold E. Larssen, BM 1c, upon expiration of his enlistment, paid in full to date but no transportation allowance paid due to the fact that the amount due could not be determined. At 11:00 made preparations for getting underway. At 11:30 unmoored, set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and steamed out of Seward Harbor on various courses. At end of watch in Resurrection Bay off Caines Head. Deck force employed painting about the main deck and in the cabin. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Jesse H. Petrick, Sea 1c - returned from unauthorized absence and was sentenced to perform four hours extra duty, as a punishment

Reinhold E. Larssen, BM 1c - Issued Honorable Discharge No. 33645 to Reinhold E. Larssen, BM 1c, upon expiration of his enlistment, paid in full to date but no transportation allowance paid due to the fact that the amount due could not be determined

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses through Blying Sound and the North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 1:20 Streamed log (69.4). 2:06 Passed Pilot rock 0.7 miles off (75.4) bearing 90° true. 2:15 changed course to 166° psc 76.3 3:32 held fire drill 3:38 held collision drill. 3:45 held quarters for muster. 3:44 Seal Rocks abeam 1.6 miles off changed course to 209° psc (87.8). Deck force employed painting about the main deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm: Steaming through the North Pacific Ocean on course 209° psc. At 6:35 Pye Island abeam, distant 6.4 mi. changed course to 222° psc (10.8). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 222° psc, speed 85 rpm. At 10:42 East Chugak Island light abeam 5.0 miles off, changed course to 244° psc (45.5) through entrance to Cook Inlet. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

At 7.15 made fast alongside US Government Railway dock at Seward, Alaska

Jesse H Petrich Sea 1c - left ship without permission

Jesse H Petrich Sea 1c - returned from unauthorized absence and was sentenced to perform four hours extra duty

At 11.30 unmoored, set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and steamed out of Seward Harbor


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at sea shelikof strait alaska

Lat 57.80, Long -154.22


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3 June 1927

through shelikof strait

Lat 57.4, Long -154.9

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 244° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through Shelikof Strait and Cook Inlet. 1:35 West end of Ushagat Island abeam changed course to 185° psc (69.4). William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before on course 185° psc through Shelikof Strait. Watch ended off Steep Cape. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00am to meridian:- Course 185° psc through Shelikof Strait at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:55 Raspberry Cape abeam 3.0 miles off, changed course to 205° psc. (30.7). At 9:30 held quarters followed by signal drill, general quarters and gun drill. At 10:00 Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer. At 12:00 off Uyak Bay, changed course to 200° psc. (56.0). Deck force employed painting about the spar deck and in the cabin and cleaning about the main deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 200 psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through Shelikof Strait. 1:55 changed course to 196° psc. (71.7) Cape Karluk abeam 3.0 miles off. Deck force employed painting about the spar and main decks and in the cabin William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming through Shelikof Strait on course 196° psc. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:pm to midnight On course 196° psc through the North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 55.60, Long -159.27


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4 June 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 196° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 1:07 changed course to 223° psc (61.6) William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- At 4:00 changed course to 220° psc Steaming through the North Pacific Ocean. Watch ended off Cape Ikti. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian: Course 220° psc, speed 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. At 9:40 set ships clocks back 1/2 hour. At 9:45 Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, was restored to duty by the ships medical officer. At 10:00 Commanding Officer inspected the ship throughout. At 10:04 passed Spitz Island 4.6 miles off, changed course to 223° psc (38.1). Deck force employed preparing for inspection. At end of watch off Noon Point. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - was restored to duty by the ships medical officer

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 223° psc, 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through North Pacific Ocean. 2:15 set all clocks back 30 minutes, clocks now keeping plus 11 zone time. 3:00 deck court met in cases of William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c. 3:07 changed course to 265° psc (82.6). Cape Devine abeam 1.5 miles off. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - 3:00 deck court met in cases of William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c

Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c - 3:00 deck court met in cases of William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Course 265° psc through Unga Strait. At 4:59 changed course to 248° psc (98.4). At 5:19 Unga Island light abeam, changed course to 220° psc (1.3). At 7:13 Jude Island abeam, distant 2.2 mi changed course to 255° psc (16.). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- At 8:01 changed course to 276° psc (22.9), speed 85 rpm. At 8:20 Cape Tolstoi bearing 300° true changed course to 256° psc (25.5). At 8:36 Two Pinnacle Rocks abeam 2.0 miles off changed course to 330° psc (27.9). At 8:54 changed course to 47° psc (30.2). At 8:57 changed course to 350° psc (30.5). At 9:14 changed course to 71° psc (32.6) At 9:18 changed to various courses, took in log (32.9) At 9:20 changed to various speeds. At 9:40 Anchored in Pavlof Bay in 20 fathoms of water to 105 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor and 65 fathoms on the port anchor. Anchored approximately 3 miles 180° true from Settlement Point. Kept steaming watches in engine room and on deck. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers' force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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pavlof bay alaska

Lat 55.02, Long -162.22


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5 June 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 55.5, Long -161.5

Midnight to 4:00AM. Anchored in Pavlof Bay, Alaska to 105 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor and 60 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Strong ESE gale moderating toward end of watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- Anchored as above. At 6:00am heaved in port anchor and heaved to 45 fathoms on starboard chain. Wind and weather moderating. At 7:00 made preparations to get underway. At 7:35 anchor aweigh and stood out Pavlof Bay on course 182° psc, making 85 rpm. At 7:45 streamed log (32.8). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- Steamed on various courses out of Pavlof Bay and through Iliasik Passage at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 10:55 passed Inner Iliasik light 0.5 mile off (59.0). Crew observed Sunday. At end of watch off Bold Cape. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses through Deer Island Passage and North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 12:50 Passed Fox Island 0.8 miles off (74.7) 2:21 passed Umga Island 1.3 miles off. 4:00 passed Cape Pankoff 1.0 mile off, changed course to 233° psc (99.9) William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through the North Pacific Ocean on course 233° psc. Sighted one Seal during watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

seal - one

8:00pm to midnight: On course 233° psc through the North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 9:00 changed course to 231° psc. (40.8). At 10:34 off Seal Cape changed course to 251° psc through Unimak Pass (51.4). At 10:52 passed Scotch Cap light 2.5 miles off (54.7). Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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at sea bering sea

Lat 53.9, Long -166.3


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6 June 1927

of north head

Lat 53.9, Long -166.3

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 251° psc through Unimak Pass and the Bering Sea at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 2:00 changed course to 231° psc (79.8) 4:00 changed course to 205° psc (96.4) of North Head. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before through the Bering Sea on course 205° psc. At 6:10 Priest Rock abeam distant 1.2 mi. changed course to 191° psc, hauled in log (14.4). Stood in Unalaska Harbor on various courses and speeds. At 7:25 made fast alongside Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 3:30 held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills. Deck force employed washing down masts and yards, stack and ventilators, also cleaning boats. Received from Headquarters via registered mail three (3) copies of Communication Instruction US Coast Guard and one (1) copy Preliminary Instruction for Installation and Operation of Model RG High Frequency Receiving Equipment. Also received from Hydrographic Office, Navy Department, one (1) Chart Catalog, Pacific Station and one (1) General Catalog, Mariner's Chars and books. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight: Moored as above. At 6:30 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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7 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 1:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. Carried out the morning routine. At 8:30 hauled ship around to the north face of dock. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held fire drill. 9:34 held collision drill. 9:40 held quarters for muster. 2:00 Haida stood in. Deck force employed washing fore mast and holystoning main deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Haida - 2:00 Haida stood in

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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8 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:10 Haida stood out. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Haida - 8:10 Haida stood out

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed holystoning spar deck and doing general ship cleaning. Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 6:00pm granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. At 11:00pm liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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9 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 3:30 held general quarters followed by gun drill and machine gun instruction. Deck force completed holystoning of weather decks and cleaning about the main deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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10 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 1:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. Carried out the morning routine. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters followed by pistol instruction and signal drills. Deck force employed painting about the main deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. 11:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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11 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Companys' dock Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples; condition normal. Tested magazine flood cock; condition satisfactory. Crew employed cleaning ship for inspection. At 10:00 held general muster followed by ship's inspection. At 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.20, Long -166.25


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12 June 1927

passed akutan harbor entrance light 05 mile off

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. Deck force carried out regular Sunday morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 10:35 commenced dock trial of main engine. At 11:15 completed dock trial. At 1:00 seine fishing party left the ship in motor dinghy, Boatswain A.B. Eriksen in charge. At 1:40 received orders from Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force, to proceed to Akutan immediately; accordingly made preparations for getting underway. At 2:30 commenced to wind ship at the dock. At 2:35 let go lines and stood out of Iliuliuk Harbor on various courses and speeds. At 2:42 set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 3:05 stopped off Summer Bay and anchored in 15 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor; to await return of Motor Dinghy from Summer Bay. Anchored on the following bearings, Pinnacle 156° true, Summer Point 92° true. At 3:35 Motor Dinghy returned to the ship and was hoisted At 3:55 heaved up anchor, set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and northerly courses out of Unalaska Bay. At 4:00 streamed the log (14.4). Deck force employed preparing for sea and handling lines. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Boatswain A.B. Eriksen - At 1:00 seine fishing party left the ship in motor dinghy, Boatswain A.B. Eriksen in charge

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through Summer Bay and the Bering Sea. At 4:40 Priest Rock bearing 137° true distant 1 mi. set course 31° psc (20.5). At 6:21 changed course to 56° psc (33.8). At 7:00 North Head abeam, distant 1.5 mi. changed course to 93° psc (38.6). At 7:46 changed course to 133° psc (42.6). Watch ended off Ridge Point. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- On course 135° psc through Akutan Bay at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 8:15 changed to various courses (47.6). At 8:34 passed Akutan Harbor entrance light 0.5 mile off, took in log (50.5). At 8:51 reduced to slow speed approaching anchorage. At 9:00 stopped and anchored off the whaling station dock in Akutan Harbor, in 17 1/2 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Issued 5 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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akutan harbor alaska

Lat 54.1, Long -165.8


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13 June 1927

out of akutan harbor into the bering sea

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am: Anchored off the Whaling Station dock in Akutan Harbor in 17 1/2 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Carried out the morning routine. At 8:30 held boat drill under oars. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4pm:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 sent boat ashore for Unalaska mail. * 10:40 boat returned with mail. 1:25 began makin preparations for getting under way. *10:40 let go starboard anchor with 30 fathoms of chain veering to 75 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. 2:00 hove up both anchors and stood various courses out of Akutan Harbor into the Bering Sea at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 2:10 streamed log (51.3). * Deck force employed cleaning about the main deck. *3:30 held quarters for muster followed by gun, signal and resuscitation drills. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through the Bering Sea on various courses, speed 85 rpm. At 6:35 Priest Rock light abeam, distant 1.7 mi. (86.4), stood in Unalaska Bay on various courses. At 7:18 hauled in log. At 7:50 anchored in Iliuliuk Bay in 16 fathoms of water, port anchor, 60 fathoms of chain. Anchorage bearings: Can buoy, 217° true, Unalaska Dock, 265° true and Rocky Point 355° true. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00PM to midnight Anchored as above. 8:05 motor dinghy left the ship with mail for Unalaska. 8:30 motor dinghy returned and was hoisted. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 208320 - Coal Received 208320 Expended 10200 On hand 315020


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14 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Anchored in 16 fathoms of water in Iliuliuk Bay, Alaska to 60 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Made preparations for coaling ship. 7:05 began making preparations for getting underway. 7:20 bridge and main engine ready for getting under way; 7:30 hove up anchor and stood various courses for dock at various speeds. 7:40 made fast to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock Unalaska, Alaska. Ships draft before coaling forward 12 feet 10 inches, aft 13 feet 10 inches. 8:55 first coal came on board. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:45 a party in motor launch left ship to search for two minors, who had failed to return from a fishing trip. At 11:00 searching party in motor launch returned, having located missing persons, it was found that their failure to return had been grossly exaggerated. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:00pm finished coaling ship for the day. At 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 220640 - Coal Received 220640 Expended 9400 On hand 526260

coal: 220640 -


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15 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 1:00am, liberty party returned, no absentees. At 8:00 resumed coaling ship. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 3:40 finished coaling ship, having received from the Alaska Commercial Company 191.5 long tons of coal. Draft after coaling: forward 15'1", aft 14'5". Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

coal: 191.5 long tons - At 3:40 finished coaling ship, having received from the Alaska Commercial Company 191.5 long tons of coal

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00, at which time liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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16 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. At 6:30 commenced painting masts and yards. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal 9:30 held quarters for muster followed by gun and signal drills and resuscitation drill. Deck force employed painting masts. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:15 commanding officer left the ship to pay an official call on the Commanding officer of the German Cruiser Emden * which had arrived at Dutch Harbor. 5:20 Commanding officer returned. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM 11:00PM liberty party returned, no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

German Cruiser Emden - 4:15 commanding officer left the ship to pay an official call on the Commanding officer of the German Cruiser Emden * which had arrived at Dutch Harbor


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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17 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock, at Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:43 held fire drill. 8:46 held collision drill. 9:00 held quarters for muster. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 10:30 the Commanding Officer of German cruiser Emden called on the Captain. Crew engaged in general ship's cleaning in preparation for ship's inspection. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

German cruiser Emden - At 10:30 the Commanding Officer of German cruiser Emden called on the Captain

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:00 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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18 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska At 1:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. Crew carried out regular morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. * At 10:00 Commanding Officer inspected the ship throughout. At 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:30pm today. Deck force employed preparing for inspection. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 11:30 liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

*At 11:00 Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, and Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c, were tried by deck court; Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen being deck coufrt officer.

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - At 11:00 Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, and Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c, were tried by deck court; Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen being deck coufrt officer

Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c - At 11:00 Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, and Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c, were tried by deck court; Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen being deck coufrt officer

Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen - At 11:00 Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, and Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c, were tried by deck court; Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen being deck coufrt officer


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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19 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected the magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 hauled ship to west side of dock. Crew observed Sunday.

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 5:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. 9:00 Algonquin stood in and made fast alongside. 11:00 liberty party returned; no absentees William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Algonquin - 9:00 Algonquin stood in and made fast alongside.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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20 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Companys' dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine 7:10 Haida stood in. Received from Algonquin stores on current requisition bill of lading # N-510,524-27, 1 set of radio batteries on bill of lading #554363, and 1 CGR received on bill of lading #N510524-27, 1 RG received from Supply officer Navy Yard Washington DC invoice #907. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Haida - 7:10 Haida stood in

Algonquin - Received from Algonquin stores on current requisition

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. At 9:30 held quarters followed by resuscitation and signal drill. Received from the Algonquin stores on class III, IV and V requisition. Received from the Haida six mines, one cable, two boxes detonators and one mine repair kit. Deck force engaged in handling stores. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Algonquin - Received from the Algonquin stores on class III, IV and V requisition

Haida - Received from the Haida six mines, one cable, two boxes detonators and one mine repair kit

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:00 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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21 June 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska At 1:00am liberty party returned, no absentees. Deck force carried out regular morning routine and made preparations to coal ship. At 6:00 the Algonquin shifted to the face of the dock At 8:45 received first coal N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Algonquin - At 6:00 the Algonquin shifted to the face of the dock

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 11:50 finished coaling ship, having received from the Alaska Commercial Company 22.0 long tons of coal this date. Draft after coaling forward 15'1", aft 14'7". At 1:30 commenced receiving various items of freight for transportation to the native villages of Chernofski, Nikolski Atka and Attu. At 4:00 freight all on board secured geart about decks for sea. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship, handling freight and cleaning ship after coaling A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

coal: 22.0 long tons - At 11:50 finished coaling ship, having received from the Alaska Commercial Company 22.0 long tons of coal this date

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 6:40 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm today. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. Issued 5 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.82, Long -167.13

Passengers Pete Olson Nellis Golly Constantine Golly Aleck Zaockney Rev. Sergius Repin Vessa Zaockney Aleck Zaockney Mike Veozoroff Agnes Smigeroff Povda Smigeroff Minnedora Gardner Peter Horshoff


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22 June 1927

ulakta head bearing 270 true distant 2 miles

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 8:00am:- Moored alongside Alaska Commercial Company's dock, Unalaska, Alaska. At 5:30 made preparations for getting underway. At 6:10 let go lines from dock and stood out Iliuliuk Harbor on various courses and speeds. At 6:20 rang up three quarters speed, 85 rpm. At 6:25 streamed log (91.7). At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff. At 6:45 Ulakta Head bearing 270° true, distant 2 miles, changed course to 319° psc (93.8) At 7:55 changed course to 248° psc (1.9) Watch ended off Cape Cheerful. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Rev. Sergius Repin - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Jack McCord - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Pete Olson - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

R. Kranich - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Aleck Zaockney - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Vessa Zaockney - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Constantine Golly - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Nellie Golly - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Aleck Zaockney - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Agnes Smigeroff - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Povda Smigeroff - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Mike Veozoroff - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Peter Horshoff - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

Minnedora Gardner - At 5:45 the following passengers came aboard for transportation: Professor Jagger, US Geological Survey, Jack McCord and Rev. Sergius Repin of Unalaska for trip to Attu and return, Pete Olson of Makushin Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brown and R. Kranich of Chernofski. The following natives for Atka: Nellie Golly, Constantine Golly, Aleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Aleck Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Povda Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff

8:00am to meridian:- Steaming along north coast of Unalaska Island on course 248° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:45 Prendy Powell, QM 1c, was placed on the binnacle list. At 9:30 Held general quarters followed by gun drill. At 9:45 held fire and collision drills followed by quarters. At 9:26 changed course to 192° psc (13.1). At 11:00 changed course to 186° psc (25.3). At 11:49 Niggerhead (cape Kovrizhka) abeam 1.5 miles off changed course to 145° psc (31.7). At 12:00 changed course to 92° psc (33.3) for Volcano Bay. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

Prendy Powell, QM 1c - was placed on the binnacle list

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on variouse courses through Makushin Bay at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 12:15 slow speed approaching Volcano Bay. 12:20 stopped took in log (55.4) lowered motor dinghy and sent Pete Olson ashore. 12:43 boat returned and was hoisted set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm on course of 196° psc. 12:50 streamed log (35.4) 3:30 changed course to 140 psc (56.5) to pick up land steered various courses at various speeds searching for entrance of Chernofski Harbor. 3:35 took in log (57.2) Deck force employed painting about the spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Pete Olson - lowered motor dinghy and sent Pete Olson ashore


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off middle bay

Lat , Long

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before on various courses through thick fog, slow speed of 50 rpm. At 5:20 Anchored off Middle Bay in 12 fathoms of water, starboard anchor 60 fathoms chain. Held steam for short notice awaiting clearing of fog. At 5:40 heaved in to 45 fathoms. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. * Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. Fog lifting at end of watch. *At 8:30 John Koseba, MM 1c, was placed on the binnacle list. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

John Koseba, MM 1c - was placed on the binnacle list


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nellie juan bay

Lat 53.63, Long -168.10

Passengers Nellie Golly Constantine Golly Aleck Zaockney Rev. Sergius Repin Vessa Zaockney Aleck Zaockney Mike Veozoroff Agnes Smigeroff Povda Smigeroff Minnedora Gardner Peter Horshoff


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23 June 1927

off cape tanak

Lat 53.4, Long -167.6

Midnight to 4:00am. Anchored in Nellie Juan Bay in 12 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. 3:10 began preparations for getting underway. 3:25 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 3:35 hove up anchor and stood out of Nellie Juan Bay on course 279° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before. At 4:30 entered Chernofski Bay and stood in on various courses and half speed. At 4:55 anchored off Chernofski in 10 1/2 fathoms water, 30 fathoms on port chain. At 6:30 the following passengers left ship: Mr and Mrs. E.D. Brown and Mr. R. Kranich. Sent stores ashore in motor dinghy. At 7:30 made preparations to get underway. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

Mr and Mrs. E.D. Brown - At 6:30 the following passengers left ship: Mr and Mrs. E.D. Brown and Mr. R. Kranich

Mr. R. Kranich - At 6:30 the following passengers left ship: Mr and Mrs. E.D. Brown and Mr. R. Kranich

8:00am to meridian:- At 8:01 commenced heaving up anchor. At 8:05 anchor aweigh, various courses and speeds out of Chernofski Harbor. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:23 set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm At 8:26 at outer entrance of harbor set course of 309° psc streamed the log (63:4). At 9:30 Held quarters followed by clothing inspection. At 10:30 off Cape Tanak changed course to 241° psc (78.0). At 11:57 changed course to 225° psc (89.9). Deck force employed cleaning and painting about the spar deck and under instruction in sounding with the hand lead. Off Cape Tanak at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 227° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm 12:30 changed course to 197° psc (94.0) 1:45 changed course to 200° psc (3.8) 2:10 changed course to 210° psc (6.8) 4:00 changed course to 197° psc (20.4). Deck force employed cleaning about the main deck William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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nikolski harbor alaska

Lat 53.0, Long -168.9

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before on course 197° psc. At 4:55 Ananiuliak Island abeam, distant 1.0 mile, changed course to 175° psc (29.0). At 6:16 changed course to 120° psc (37.9). At 6:40 stood in Nikolski Harbor on various courses, hauled in log (40.3) At 6:55 anchored in Nikolski Harbor, Alaska, both anchors, port 75 fathoms and starboard 60 fathoms, in 14 fathoms of water. Anchorage bearings: Nigger Head 32° true and church 156° true. Wind and weather increasing N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. Kept steaming watch in the engine room. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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nikolski alaska

Lat 53.05, Long -169.20

Passengers Nellie Golly Constantine Golly Aleck Zaockney Rev. Sergius Repin Vera Zaockney Aleck Zaockney Mike Veozoroff Agnes Smigeroff Povda Smigeroff Minnedora Gardner Peter Horshoff Peter Karveroff Cabin Mess


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24 June 1927

out nikolski harbor

Lat 53.0, Long -168.9

Midnight to 4:00AM. Anchored in Nikolski Harbor in 14 fathoms of water to 80 fathoms of chain on the port anchor and 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Strong East and Southeasterly gale moderating toward end of watch William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Anchored as above. At 6:15 sent motor dinghy ashore with mail and stores for native village of Nikolski. At 6:50 motor dinghy returned. At 7:30 heaved up startboard anchor, wind increasing from off shore N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00AM to Meridian. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine temperature normal. Kept steaming watch in engine room. At 9:30 held quarters followed by gun, pistol and signal drills. Deck force employed washing paintwork about the spar deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. 12:45 motor sailer left the ship with medical officer. 1:45 motor sailer returned with Doctor *. 2:10 motor sailer left the ship with mines for demolition of schooner Everett Hayes. 3:23 first mine set off carried away fore mast. Deck force employed washing paintwork about the spardeck. *and brought on board Peter Karveroff (native) *for transportation to Atka Island, subsisted in cabin mess. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

schooner Everett Hayes - 2:10 motor sailer left the ship with mines for demolition of schooner Everett Hayes

Peter Karveroff - *and brought on board Peter Karveroff (native) *for transportation to Atka Island, subsisted in cabin mess

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Anchored as above. At 4:50 mine party returned with motor launch, having blown up the wreck of the schooner "Everett Hayes", at entrance of Nikolski Harbor At 5:10 up anchor and stood out Nikolski Harbor on course 290° psc speed 85 rpm. At 5:23 streamed log (40.3). At 6:00 changed course to 283° psc. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

schooner "Everett Hayes" - At 4:50 mine party returned with motor launch, having blown up the wreck of the schooner "Everett Hayes", at entrance of Nikolski Harbor

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 283° psc at speed of 85 rpm through the Bering Sea. At 8:37 changed course to 273° psc (61.8). At 9:00 reduced to 1/2 speed of 70 rpm and changed course to 255° psc (63.2). At 9:30 reduced to slow speed of 50 rpm. Rolling and pitching heavily throughout watch. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)


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at sea bering sea

Lat 52.78, Long -170.83

Passengers Nellie Golly Constantine Golly Aleck Zaockney Rev. Sergius Repin Vera Zaockney Aleck Zaockney Mike Veozoroff Agnes Smigeroff Povda Smigeroff Minnedora Gardner Peter Horshoff


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25 June 1927

through the bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 255° psc slow speed of 50 rpm through the Bering Sea 3:15 changed course to 226° psc (73.6) 3:17 increased to half speed of 70 rpm. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before through the Bering Sea on course 226° psc, speed 70 rpm. At 7:23 changed course to 195° psc (91.4). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- Course 195° psc, speed 70 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. At 10:45 made out right tangent of Yunaska Island bearing 217° true, changed course to 241° psc (8.3) Deck force employed cleaning about the main deck. Commanding Officer's inspection omitted on account of rough sea. At end of watch seven miles to northward of Yunaska Island. A.J. Craig, Lieut, (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 244° psc at 1/2 half speed of 70 rpm. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming through the Bering Sea. At 4:00 changed course to 236° psc. At 5:54 increased speed to 85 rpm. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

8:00pm to midnight: Course 236° psc, speed 85 rpm. At 10:00 approximately 8 miles to northward of Seguam Island. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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at sea bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3

Passengers Nellie Golly Constantine Golly Aleck Zaockney Rev. Sergius Repin Vera Zaockney Aleck Zaockney Mike Veozoroff Agnes Smigeroff Povda Smigeroff Minnedora Gardner Peter Horshoff


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26 June 1927

through the bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3

Midnigth to 4:00AM. Course 236° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the Bering Sea. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 9:00am. Steaming as before through the Bering Sea on course 236° psc. At 4:35 changed course to 252° psc (19.1). At 5:30 Cape Kudugnak abeam, distant 1 mile. Stood in Nazan Bay on various courses and speeds. Hauled in log (25.1). At 6:10 anchored in Nazan Bay, off native village Atka in 12 fathoms of water, 45 fathoms chain, starboard anchor. Anchorage bearings: Village Point, 259° true and Cone Island 352° true. At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Gally, Constantine Gally, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff. At 6:30 Carpenter commenced repairing steering gear. At 7:00 veered to 60 fathoms. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Nelly Golly - At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Golly, Constantine Golly, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff

Alleck Zaockney - At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Golly, Constantine Golly, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff

Mike Veozoroff - At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Golly, Constantine Golly, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff

Vessa Zaockney - At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Golly, Constantine Golly, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff

Constantine Golly - At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Golly, Constantine Golly, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff

Povda Smigeroff - At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Golly, Constantine Golly, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff

Peter Horshoff - At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Golly, Constantine Golly, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff

Minnedora Gardner - At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Golly, Constantine Golly, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff

Agnes Smigeroff - At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Golly, Constantine Golly, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff

Aleck Zaockney, jr. - At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Golly, Constantine Golly, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff

Peter Karvairoff - At 6:30 the following natives left ship with baggage: Nelly Golly, Constantine Golly, Alleck Zaockney, Vessa Zaockney, Mike Veozoroff, Agnes Smigeroff, Minnedora Gardner and Peter Horshoff, Povda Smigeroff, Aleck Zaockney, jr. and Peter Karvairoff

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine temperature normal. Crew observed Sunday. Carpenter and assistant overhauling steering gear. 2:00 Children came on board and were entertained in the wardroom at the third annual tea party. William Bowmam Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight Anchored as above. 11:00 Carpenter finished overhauling steering gear. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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atka alaska

Lat 52.38, Long -175.02

Passenger Rev. Sergius Repin


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27 June 1927

through the bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3

Midnight to 8:00am:- Anchored in Atka Harbor, Alaska. At 4:00am made preparations to get underway. At 4:30 up anchor and stood out Nazan Bay on various courses, at three quarters speed of 85 rpm. At 4:50 set course to 81° psc streamed log (25.2). At 5:30 Cape Kudugnak bearing 286° true, distant 3.5 mi (30.8) At 6:12 Cape Shaw abeam, distant 4.2 mi, changed course to 351° psc (36.1). At 6:38 changed course to 308° psc (39.6). At 7:44 changed course to 247° psc. Watch ended off North Cape. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00am to meridian:- On course 247° psc through the Bering Sea at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. * At 9:30 held quarters followed by gun, signal and resuscitation drills. At 10:00 Ted Lewis, F 3c, was placed on the binnacle list. Deck force employed chipping and painting spar deck waterways and spotting white paintwork about the spar deck. At end of watch off Koniuji Island. *Inspected magazine, temperature normal. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

Ted Lewis, F 3c - was placed on the binnacle list

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 247° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm thru the Bering Sea. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through the Bering Sea on course 247° psc. At 5:27 Great Sitkin Island abeam, distant 12.5 mi. changed course to 245° psc (24.5). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 245° psc, speed 85 rpm. At 10:00 Kanaga Volcano abeam approximately 14 miles off. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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off chugul island alaska

Lat 52.23, Long 179.63

Passenger Rev. Sergius Repin Passengers No Rations Mike Prusso Alek Prusso Cassian Golly Cabin Mess


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28 June 1927

through the bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 245° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the Bering Sea. 12:45 changed course to 268° psc (79.3). William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before through the Bering Sea on course 268° psc. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

8:00am to meridian:- Course 268° psc, speed 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:30 changed course to 243° psc (39.1). Took soundings every fifteen minutes, found black sand bottom in depths corresponding to those charted on Petrel Bank. At 9:42 made out right tangent of Semisopochnoi Island bearing 231° true (47.3). At 12:00 Semisopochnoi Island eleven miles off, bearing south true. changed course to 255° psc (65.5). Deck force employed sand scrubbing oars. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 255° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the Bering Sea. 3:00 changed course to 247° psc (87.7). 3:30 held fire drill 3:33 held collision drill. 3:34 held quarters for muster. Deck force employed sand scrubbing oars. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before on course 247° psc speed 85 rpm. At 5:27 changed course to 232° psc (5.8). At 6:10 slow speed, stood in for North side of Chugul Island on various courses and speeds. At 7:10 stopped off Chugul Island and sent a party ashore in motor launch to search for natives who had been reported to be in need of assistance N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- Lying to off the north shore of Chugul Island. At 9:00 motor launch returned bringing the natives Mike Prusso, Alek Prusso and Cassian Golly aboard for transportation to Unalaska *. At 9:05 motor launch hoisted, set course 307° psc and speed of 85 rpm. At 9:08 streamed log (15.2) At 10:15 changed course to 282° psc (24.3). Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. *subsisted in cabin mess. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Mike Prusso - At 9:00 motor launch returned bringing the natives Mike Prusso, Alek Prusso and Cassian Golly aboard for transportation to Unalaska

Alek Prusso - At 9:00 motor launch returned bringing the natives Mike Prusso, Alek Prusso and Cassian Golly aboard for transportation to Unalaska

Cassian Golly - At 9:00 motor launch returned bringing the natives Mike Prusso, Alek Prusso and Cassian Golly aboard for transportation to Unalaska


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at sea bering sea

Lat 52.73, Long 174.75

Passenger Rev. Sergius Repin (Mike Prusso Alek Prusso Cassian Golly) Cabin Mess


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29 June 1927

through the bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 282° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the Bering Sea. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before on course 282° psc through the Bering Sea. At 6:30 changed course to 280° psc (89.5). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- Course 280° psc, speed 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held general quarters followed by gun drill. At 9:40 held abandon ship drill. At 9:50 held quarters. Deck force employed cleaning boats and cleaning about the main deck. At end of watch approximately 12 miles northeast of Ingenstream Rocks. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 280 psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the Bering Sea. Deck force employed washing ships boats. Checked markings on lead lines. 4:00 changed course to 271° psc. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Steaming on course 271° psc through the Bering Sea. At 6:19 changed course to 173° psc (84.0). At 6:30 started soundings every fifteen minutes. Steaming through thick fog. At 7:20 sighted Cape Khlebnikof 7° on starboard bow, changed course to 280° psc (93.1). At 7:30 hauled in log (94.4). Stood in Chichagoff Bay on various courses at slow speed. At 8:10 stopped and anchored in Chichagoff Harbor in 5 1/2 fathoms of water, 30 fathoms chain, port anchor. Anchorage bearings: church 217° true, Range Point 67° true and creek 145° true. At 8:30 sent mail ashore in dinghy. At 9:00 dinghy returned. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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chichagoff harbor alaska

Lat 30.7, Long 117.5

Passengers Rev. Sergius Repin (Mike Prusso Aleck Prusso Cassin Golly) Cabin Mess


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30 June 1927

chichagoff harbor

Lat 30.7, Long 117.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Chichagoff Harbor in 5 1/2 fathoms of water, 30 fathoms chain, port anchor. At 6:00 crew made preparations to boat water. Sent party ashore to rig water box and hose. At 8:00 received first boat-load of water N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 Medical Officer left the ship to give medical aide to the natives of the village of Attu. At 11:30 Medical Officer returned. At 3:00 Commanding Officer held mast and warned Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c, for shirking duty this date. Quarters and drills omitted on account of boating water. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c - At 3:00 Commanding Officer held mast and warned Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c, for shirking duty this date

4:00pm to midnight: Anchored as above. At 5:00 knocked off boating water for the day, having received 12,920 gallons. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).


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LOG BOOK – JULY 1st 1927 TO DECEMBER 31st 1927


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R. C. Weightman Commander - Mrs. M. Weightman Juneau, Alaska.

L. W. Perkins Lt. Comdr. - Juneau, Alaska - wife - Gertrude M. - 1412 Belle Plaine Ave., Chicago - Ill.

N. S. Haugen Lieut (T) - On board - mother Mrs. M. Weibust 711 - 23rd Ave N - Seattle - Wash.

A. J. Craig Lieut. (jg)(T) - On board - 1311 N 8th St, Tacoma - Wash. Mrs Jean A. Craig - (wife) - same address

William Bowman Ensign (T) - On board - Mother - Mrs. J. Bowman 949 Amalia Ave., Los Angeles.

G. A. Lurie AA Surg. USPHS - On board

A. B. Eriksen Boatswain - - wife - Mrs. Ella Eriksen - 233 Graham Hotel - Seattle - Wash.

H. W. Parker Gunner (T) - - Juneau Alaska - wife Mrs. Nora Parker.

C. C. Jones Machinist (T) - On board

E. E. Johnson Carpenter (T) - On board

F. B. Cottrell Pay Clerk (T) - Mrs Anna B. Cottrell (wife) Sequim, Wn.


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LOGS FOR JULY 1927


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chichagoff harbor alaska

Lat 52.68, Long 175.10

Passengers Rev. Sergius Repin (Mike Prusso Aleck Prusso Cassin Golly Stephen Galdoff Natalia Hodikoff Jennie Hodikoff Baby Hodikoff) Cabin Mess


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1 July 1927

off buldir island

Lat 30.7, Long 117.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Chichagoff Harbor, Alaska in 5 1/2 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. At 6:00 made preparations to continue boating water. At 7:00 received first water. At 8:30 finished taking water, having received 22,000 gallons this date. Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c, and George M. Woodward relieved from mess duty. A.J. Craig, Lieut, (jg)(T).

George M. Woodward - Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c, and George M. Woodward relieved from mess duty

Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c - Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c, and George M. Woodward relieved from mess duty

9:00am to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine temperature normal. 11:00 the following natives came on board for transportation to Unalaska: Stephen Galadoff, age 69, Natalia Hodikoff, age 58, Jennie Hodikoff, age 24, and Baby Hodikoff, age 4. Alek Prusso, age 9, who came on board at Chugul went ashore. * 11:40 began making preparations for getting underway. 11:56 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 12:00 hove up anchor and stood out of Chichagoff Harbor at slow speed on various courses sounding with hand leads. 12:16 passed out of entrance of Harbor set 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 12:20 streamed log 93.8. 12:42 changed course to 99° psc (96.6) 3:30 held quarters for muster followed by gun and signal drills. *subsisted in cabin mess. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Stephen Galadoff - 11:00 the following natives came on board for transportation to Unalaska: Stephen Galadoff, age 69, Natalia Hodikoff, age 58, Jennie Hodikoff, age 24, and Baby Hodikoff, age 4

Natalia Hodikoff - 11:00 the following natives came on board for transportation to Unalaska: Stephen Galadoff, age 69, Natalia Hodikoff, age 58, Jennie Hodikoff, age 24, and Baby Hodikoff, age 4

Alek Prusso - Alek Prusso, age 9, who came on board at Chugul went ashore

Jennie Hodikoff - 11:00 the following natives came on board for transportation to Unalaska: Stephen Galadoff, age 69, Natalia Hodikoff, age 58, Jennie Hodikoff, age 24, and Baby Hodikoff, age 4

Baby Hodikoff - 11:00 the following natives came on board for transportation to Unalaska: Stephen Galadoff, age 69, Natalia Hodikoff, age 58, Jennie Hodikoff, age 24, and Baby Hodikoff, age 4

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before on course 99° psc through the Bering Sea The following men were advanced in rating effective as of this date: George M. Woodward, Sea 2c to Sea 1c and Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c to Sea 1c; * authority, article 395 (1) Regulations. *Ray Warner, Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Ted Lewis, F 3c to F 2c and Ernest A. Leece, F 3c to F 2c. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

George M. Woodward, Sea 2c - The following men were advanced in rating effective as of this date: George M. Woodward, Sea 2c to Sea 1c and Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c to Sea 1c; * authority, article 395 (1) Regulations. *Ray Warner, Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Ted Lewis, F 3c to F 2c and Ernest A. Leece, F 3c to F 2c

Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c - The following men were advanced in rating effective as of this date: George M. Woodward, Sea 2c to Sea 1c and Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c to Sea 1c; * authority, article 395 (1) Regulations. *Ray Warner, Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Ted Lewis, F 3c to F 2c and Ernest A. Leece, F 3c to F 2c

Ted Lewis, F 3c - The following men were advanced in rating effective as of this date: George M. Woodward, Sea 2c to Sea 1c and Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c to Sea 1c; * authority, article 395 (1) Regulations. *Ray Warner, Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Ted Lewis, F 3c to F 2c and Ernest A. Leece, F 3c to F 2c

Ray Warner, Sea 2c - The following men were advanced in rating effective as of this date: George M. Woodward, Sea 2c to Sea 1c and Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c to Sea 1c; * authority, article 395 (1) Regulations. *Ray Warner, Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Ted Lewis, F 3c to F 2c and Ernest A. Leece, F 3c to F 2c

Ernest A. Leece, F 3c - The following men were advanced in rating effective as of this date: George M. Woodward, Sea 2c to Sea 1c and Norman C. Meng, Sea 2c to Sea 1c; * authority, article 395 (1) Regulations. *Ray Warner, Sea 2c to Sea 1c, Ted Lewis, F 3c to F 2c and Ernest A. Leece, F 3c to F 2c

*George I. Anne, F 1c to Eng 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 2c to PhM 1c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 2c to Y 1c and Glenn R. Schockley, RM 2c to RM 1c; authority, artilce 393, Regulations.

John G. Erbland, PhM 2c - George I. Anne, F 1c to Eng 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 2c to PhM 1c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 2c to Y 1c and Glenn R. Schockley, RM 2c to RM 1c; authority, artilce 393, Regulations

George I. Anne, F 1c - George I. Anne, F 1c to Eng 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 2c to PhM 1c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 2c to Y 1c and Glenn R. Schockley, RM 2c to RM 1c; authority, artilce 393, Regulations

Harold L. Stabler, Y 2c - George I. Anne, F 1c to Eng 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 2c to PhM 1c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 2c to Y 1c and Glenn R. Schockley, RM 2c to RM 1c; authority, artilce 393, Regulations

Glenn R. Schockley, RM 2c - George I. Anne, F 1c to Eng 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 2c to PhM 1c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 2c to Y 1c and Glenn R. Schockley, RM 2c to RM 1c; authority, artilce 393, Regulations

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 99° psc, at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm, Dense fog throughout the watch. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. Off Buldir Island at end of watch A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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at sea bering sea

Lat 51.83, Long 178.83

Passengers Rev. Sergius Repin Mike Prusso Cassin Golly Stephen Galdoff Natalia Hodikoff Jennie Hodikoff Baby Hodikoff


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2 July 1927

through the bering sea

Lat 51.6, Long 178.9

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 99° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the Bering Sea. Thick fog throughout the watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before on course 99° psc through the Bering Sea. At 8:00 changed course to 98° psc (56.3) N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- Course 98° psc, speed 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. At 9:20 changed course to 141° psc (67.5). At 10:00 Commanding Officer inspected the ship throughout. At 10:43 Little Sitkin Island visible through fog approximately 8 miles to westward, changed course to 165° psc (78.8). Deck force employed preparing for inspection. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 165° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm approaching Amchitka Island. 12:28 slowed to 1/2 speed on account of thick fog 12:38 fog clearing and land sighted, increased to 3/4 speed. 1:30 took in log 1:18 slow speed approaching Island and sounding with machine and hand lead. 1:35 stopped and anchored off Amchitka Island in 21 fathoms of water veering to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. 1:37 sent surf boat ashore with Doctor Jagger to inspect Island. 3:50 began preparations for getting underway. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Doctor Jagger - 1:37 sent surf boat ashore with Doctor Jagger to inspect Island

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- At 4:00 surf boat party returned to ship, hoisted boat. At 4:10 up anchor and stood on course 32° psc. Streamed log (0.1). At 6:00 John Koseba, MM 1c taken off binnacle list and returned to duty. Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c was placed on binnacle list. At 7:00 steaming through thick fog, commenced sounding with machine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

John Koseba, MM 1c - taken off binnacle list and returned to duty

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - was placed on binnacle list


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2 July 1927

through the bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3

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8:00pm to midnight: Steaming through the Bering Sea on course 32° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 8:30 slowed to take sounding, rocky bottom at 150 fathoms. At 8:33 changed course to 94° psc. increased to 3/4 speed (36.0) At 8:45 and each quarter hour thereafter reduced to slow speed for a period of three minutes to take soundings; found bottom at depths corresponding to depths charted on Petrel Bank. At 11:30 sounding, no bottom at 150 fathoms; discontinued soundings. Dense fog throughout watch. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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tanaga bay alaska

Lat 51.97, Long -178.25

Rev. Sergius Repin Mike Prusso Cassin Golly Stephen Galdoff Natalia Hodikoff Jennie Hodikoff Baby Hodikoff


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3 July 1927

thru the bering sea

Lat 55.2, Long -131.4

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 94° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm thru the Bering Sea. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Course 94° psc, 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the Bering Sea. At 4:05 changed course to 168° psc (93.5). At 5:30 slow speed, steaming through thick fog. At 5:44 stopped to await clear weather. At 6:12 half speed on course 309° psc (5.6). At 7:15 fog lifted, made out Gareloi Island on port beam, distant 4 miles. At 7:30 set course 86° psc, speed 85 rpm (13.6). * N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

*Walter J. Dupen Sea 2c relieved from messman duty and George T. Cooper, Sea 2c assigned in his place.

Walter J. Dupen Sea 2c - Walter J. Dupen Sea 2c relieved from messman duty and George T. Cooper, Sea 2c assigned in his place

George T. Cooper, Sea 2c - Walter J. Dupen Sea 2c relieved from messman duty and George T. Cooper, Sea 2c assigned in his place

8:00am to meridian:- Course 86° psc, speed 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:12 fog lifted, made out Tanaga Island ahead; North entrance point of Glory of Russia Bay (Tanaga Bay) bearing 120° true, changed course to 113° psc (26.1). At 9:48 North tangent of Tanaga Island abeam, changed course to 121° psc (30.6). At 10:00 fog closing in took sounding, 90 fathoms black sand bottom. At 10:40 reduced to slow speed of 50 rpm, sounding continuously. At 10:45 North Entrance Point abeam 0.9 mile off (37.9). At 10:48 increased to half speed of 70 rpm. At 10:55 changed course to 81° psc (39.8). At 11:05 changed course to 41° psc reduced to slow speed, stopping engines frequently (40.8) commenced sounding with hand lead. At 11:15 changed course to 66° psc. At 11:20 took in log (40.7) At 11:25 stopped and anchored in Glory of Russia Bay in six fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Anchorage bearings: North Entrance Point 283° true, Rocky Point 25° true and low grassy mound 71° true. Crew observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. 1:37 began preparations for getting underway. 1:42 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 1:45 hove up anchor and stood out of Tanaga Bay on various courses at half speed 1:55 streamed log (40.7) 2:15 Increased to 3/4 speed of 85 rpm and set course of 246° psc 2:42 changed course to 181° psc (46.5). William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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rounded cape sajaka

Lat 29.5, Long 37.3

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before on course 181° psc through Tanaga Strait. At 4:20 sighted Ilak Island ahead, distant 4 miles, changed course to 5° psc (58.5). Wind increasing to strong SE gale. At 5:45 changed course to 69° psc (70.1). At 6:22 changed course to 299° psc (73.4). At 6:40 commenced rounding Cape Sajaka about 1 mile off, Slow speed. Sounded with machine continuously. At 8:00 having rounded Cape Sajaka set course 70° psc, speed 50 rpm. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 70° psc, speed 50 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut, (jg)(T)


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at sea bering sea

Lat 52.25, Long -176.08

Rev. Sergius Repin Mike Prusso Cassin Golly Stephen Galdoff Natalia Hodikoff Jennie Hodikoff Baby Hodikoff


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4 July 1927

through the bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 70° psc slow speed of 50 rpm. 12:50 increased to half speed 3:00 increased to 3/4 speed of 85 rpm Fresh SE gale and rough sea moderating toward end of watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before on course 70° psc through the Bering Sea. At 7:00 changed course to 92° psc. At 7:42 changed course to 70° psc (78.6). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00am to meridian:- On course 70° psc through the Bering Sea at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:45 reduced to half speed of 70 rpm. Crew observed holiday. Omitted quarters and drills on account of holiday. Omitted special observance day due to heavy pitching and rolling of the vessel, inclement weather. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 70° psc at 1/2 speed of 70 rpm through the Bering Sea. 1:15 increased speed to 85 rpm. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before on course 70° psc, speed 85 rpm. At 5:30 changed course to 69° psc (91.9). At 7:45 reduced speed to 70 rpm on account of heavy head sea. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 69° psc, speed 70 rpm. At 11:10 increased to 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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at sea bering sea

Lat 53.08, Long -171.02

Rev. Sergius Repin Mike Prusso Cassin Golly Stephen Galdoff Natalia Hodikoff Jennie Hodikoff Baby Hodikoff


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5 July 1927

through the bering sea

Lat 55.0, Long -166.3

Midnight to 4:00AM Course 69° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the Bering Sea. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming through the Bering Sea on course 69° psc, speed 85 rpm. At 6:00 changed course to 68° psc. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00am to meridian:- Course 68° psc, speed 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:45 Prendy Powell, QM 1c, was restored to duty and Walter J. Dupen Sea 2c and Ted Lewis, F 2c, were restored to light duty by the ship's medical officer. At 9:30 changed course to 79° psc (90.8). Deck force employed holystoning the spar deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Walter J. Dupen Sea 2c - At 8:45 Prendy Powell, QM 1c, was restored to duty and Walter J. Dupen Sea 2c and Ted Lewis, F 2c, were restored to light duty by the ship's medical officer

Prendy Powell, QM 1c - At 8:45 Prendy Powell, QM 1c, was restored to duty and Walter J. Dupen Sea 2c and Ted Lewis, F 2c, were restored to light duty by the ship's medical officer

Ted Lewis, F 2c - At 8:45 Prendy Powell, QM 1c, was restored to duty and Walter J. Dupen Sea 2c and Ted Lewis, F 2c, were restored to light duty by the ship's medical officer

Meridian to 4:00PM Course 79° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm thru the Bering Sea. 3:20 changed course to 53° psc (34.5). 3:30 held quarters for muster followed by signal and resuscitation drills. Deck force employed holystoning spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Course 53° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the Bering Sea. At 8:00 reduced to 1/2 speed of 70 rpm. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 53° psc, speed 70 rpm. At 8:09 changed course to 57° psc (73.8). Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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at sea bering sea

Lat 54.22, Long -166.47

Rev. Sergius Repin Mike Prusso Cassin Golly Stephen Galdoff Natalia Hodikoff Jennie Hodikoff Baby Hodikoff


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6 July 1927

off bogoslof island

Lat 54.1, Long -165.8

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 57° psc speed 70 rpm thru the Bering Sea. 1:00 changed course to 347° psc (5.6) 2:35 sight Bogoslof Island. 2:30 changed to 298° psc (15.6). 2:52 changed course to 285° psc 2:30 slowed to 50 rpm 3:00 increased to 70 rpm. 3:15 changed course to 298° psc 3:43 stopped and lay to off Bogoslof Island took in log (22.3) William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Vessel stopped, lying to off Bogoslof Island. At 4:00am a party left ship in motor dinghy to investigate the volcanic island of Bogoslof. Worked engines ahead and astern keeping a safe distance off Bogosloff. At 5:35 party in motor dinghy returned. Stood out for Akutan, Alaska at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm, set course 70° psc, streamed log (22.3). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- At 8:00 cc to 59° psc, (42.1), speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held quarters followed by gun, resuscitation and signal drill. At 10:45 passed Wislow Island abeam, distant 7.5 miles (64.1). Deck force employed washing paint work about the spar deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 70° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 12:00 changed course to 70° psc (73.9) 1:00 changed course to 77° psc (81.4) 2:20 changed course to 94° psc (91.2) 3:00 changed course to 134° psc. 3:30 Akutan Harbor light abeam changed to various courses up Akutan Harbor. 3:55 took in log (3.5). Deck force employed cleaning ship boats and overhauling boat gear. 1:00 Hull board met. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- At 4:10pm anchored in Akutan Harbor, Alaska in 20 fathoms of water, 45 fathoms chain, port anchor. Anchorage bearings: Whaling Station 178° true, Village Point 88° true. At 4:20 sent surfboat ashore in charge of commissioned officer to obtain official mail for Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force. Held boat drill under oars. At 4:30 officers and men received monthly pay in checks for month of June. At 5:00 surfboat returned. At 5:10 up anchor and stood out Akutan Harbor for Unalaska, Alaska on various courses, speed 85 rpm. At 7:00pm North Head abeam, distant 1.3 mi., course 206° psc (16.5). Watch ended off Lava Head. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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6 July 1927

rounded priest rock 25 miles off

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

(Continued)

8:00pm to midnight:- Steering various westerly courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 9:00 Ray W. Carlson, F 3c, was placed on the binnacle list. At 9:30 rounded Priest Rock 2.5 miles off and stood into Unalaska Bay (36.3) At 10:16 took in log (42.4) and stood into Iliuliuk Bay. At 10:28 reduced to half speed. At 10:35 changed to slow and various speeds. At 10:45 moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock. At 11:00 granted liberty to one watch until midnight. At 11:00 the following named passengers left the ship: Mr. Jack McCord, Revered Sergius Repin, Cassian Golly, Mike Prusso, Stephen Golidoff, Natalia Hodikoff, Jennie Hodikoff and * Baby Hodikoff. At 12:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Ray W. Carlson, F 3c - was placed on the binnacle list

Cassian Golly - At 11:00 the following named passengers left the ship: Mr. Jack McCord, Revered Sergius Repin, Cassian Golly, Mike Prusso, Stephen Golidoff, Natalia Hodikoff, Jennie Hodikoff and Baby Hodikoff

Revered Sergius Repin - At 11:00 the following named passengers left the ship: Mr. Jack McCord, Revered Sergius Repin, Cassian Golly, Mike Prusso, Stephen Golidoff, Natalia Hodikoff, Jennie Hodikoff and Baby Hodikoff

Mr. Jack McCord - At 11:00 the following named passengers left the ship: Mr. Jack McCord, Revered Sergius Repin, Cassian Golly, Mike Prusso, Stephen Golidoff, Natalia Hodikoff, Jennie Hodikoff and Baby Hodikoff

Jennie Hodikoff - At 11:00 the following named passengers left the ship: Mr. Jack McCord, Revered Sergius Repin, Cassian Golly, Mike Prusso, Stephen Golidoff, Natalia Hodikoff, Jennie Hodikoff and Baby Hodikoff

Natalia Hodikoff - At 11:00 the following named passengers left the ship: Mr. Jack McCord, Revered Sergius Repin, Cassian Golly, Mike Prusso, Stephen Golidoff, Natalia Hodikoff, Jennie Hodikoff and Baby Hodikoff

Mike Prusso - At 11:00 the following named passengers left the ship: Mr. Jack McCord, Revered Sergius Repin, Cassian Golly, Mike Prusso, Stephen Golidoff, Natalia Hodikoff, Jennie Hodikoff and Baby Hodikoff

Stephen Golidoff - At 11:00 the following named passengers left the ship: Mr. Jack McCord, Revered Sergius Repin, Cassian Golly, Mike Prusso, Stephen Golidoff, Natalia Hodikoff, Jennie Hodikoff and Baby Hodikoff

Baby Hodikoff - At 11:00 the following named passengers left the ship: Mr. Jack McCord, Revered Sergius Repin, Cassian Golly, Mike Prusso, Stephen Golidoff, Natalia Hodikoff, Jennie Hodikoff and Baby Hodikoff

*At 11:30 commenced cooling No. 1 boiler in preparations for cleaning same.

Boarded and examined the following American motor Boats: Great Yarmouth - No one on board. U 594 no one on board. Found no violations of the motor boat, navigation or customs laws. William Bowman, Ensign (T) Boarding Officer.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 161280 - Coal Received 161280 Expended 9200 On hand 280780

coal: 161280 -


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7 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock Unalaska, Alaska. Made preparations for coaling ship. Ship's draft before coaling: Aft 14 feet 0 inches forward 12 feet 8 inches. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:20 received first coal aboard. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. Deck force employed coaling ship. Engineers' force employed cleaning No. 1 boiler and coaling ship. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 5:00 Knocked off coaling ship for the day, having received aboard 72 tons. At 5:30 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

coal: 72 tons - 5:00 Knocked off coaling ship for the day, having received aboard 72 tons


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 208320 - Coal Received 208320 Expended 9600 On hand 479500

coal: 208320 -


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8 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 8:00am resumed coaling ship. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed coaling ship, engineers force cleaning No 1. boiler. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:10 discontinued coaling ship for the day, having received 93.0 long tons of coal this date. At 5:30 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

coal: 93.0 long tons - At 5:10 discontinued coaling ship for the day, having received 93.0 long tons of coal this date


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 25760 - Coal Received 25760 Expended 9060 On hand 496200

coal: 25760 -


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9 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. * Carried out the morning routine. At 8:00 recommenced coaling ship. *At 1:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as abvoe. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:15 finished coaling ship having received on board in all 176 1/2 long tons of coal. Ship's draft after coaling: forward 14 feet 9 inches aft. 14 feet 7 inches. Commanding officer's inspection omitted on account of coaling ship. Deck force employed coaling ship and cleaning ship after coaling. * 3:00 hauled ship around to west side of dock. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to midnight Moored as above. 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM. 11:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

*Tested line throwing gun and Lewis machine guns.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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10 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Observed Sunday, no unnecessary work performed. At 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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11 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midngiht to 9:00am:- Moord to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 6:00am deck force carried out usual morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 3:30 held fire drill followed by collision drill. At 3:40 held man-over-board drill followed by boat drill. At 4:00 held quarters. Deck force employed cleaning the ship's sides. Radio personnel employed installing new storage batteries for main radio set. Carpenter making minor repairs to weather decks. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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12 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held general quarters followed by gun drill. Deck force employed washing masts and painting Unalga's storehouse. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. 6:00 finished cleaning No. 1 boiler. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.88, Long -166.50


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13 July 1927

akun head abeam distant 15 mi

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnigth to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Companys dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 1:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. 9:00 Clarence L. MacFarland, RM 2c was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's Medical Officer. Teofilo Gimferona, M.Att 1c was also taken off duty by ship's medical officer. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Clarence L. MacFarland, RM 2c - was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's Medical Officer

Teofilo Gimferona, M.Att 1c - was also taken off duty by ship's medical officer

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:10 began making preparations for getting underway. 11:30 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 11:40 let go lines from dock and stood out into Iliuliuk Bay on various courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 1:03 Priest Rock bearing 120° true .7 miles off (50.3) 2:00 changed course to 30° psc (55.3) 2:35 changed course to 30° psc (57.7) 3:05 North Head abeam changed course to 56° psc (66.2) 3:30 held quarters for muster followed by machine gun instruction and signal drill. Deck force employed securing gear about decks for sea. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before through the Bering Sea on course 56° psc, speed 85 rpm. At 4:31 Akun Head abeam, distant 1.5 mi., changed course to 70° psc through Unimak Pass (77.6). At 7:00 passed three masted schooner, northbound. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 70° psc, speed 85 rpm. At 8:22 changed course to 90° psc (7.2). At 8:24 passed Scotch Cap light abeam, 0.7 mile off (7.4) At 9:05 Promontory Hill bearing 23° true, changed cousre to 58° psc (13.2). Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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kings cove alaska

Lat 54.67, Long -163.00


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14 July 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -123.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 58° psc through the North Pacific Ocean at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 2:11 changed course to 46° psc (54.3) 2:55 changed course to 43° psc (59.5). 4:00 Cape Pankof abeam 1.5 miles off changed course to 28° psc (68.5) William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before through the North Pacific Ocean on course 28° psc. At 5:51 Umga Island abeam, distant 1.3 mi. changed course to 30° psc (81.6). At 7:30 Fox Island light abeam, distant 0.5 mi. changed course to 35° psc (95.00), hauled in log. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00am to meridian:- On course 35° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:10 changed to various courses into King's Cove, reduced to half speed. At 8:20 changed to various speeds. At 8:35 Stopped and anchored in Kings Cove in 16 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Anchored on the following bearings: East Point 158° true, West Point 214° true. At 8:55 Doctor T.A. Jaggar, who has been a passenger on board since June 22, 1927, left the ship. At 9:55 Medical Officer left the ship to give medical aid to natives ashore. At 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments: To Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, and Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c eight hours extra duty each for having left the ship without permission on July 9, 1927. To Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, two hours extra duty each for having failed to turnout when called on the morning of July 13, 1927. Alois Ulrich, BM 2c, having been examined by a board of commissioned officers and found qualified was advanced in rating to Commissary Steward. Deck force employed holystoning the main deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Doctor T.A. Jaggar - At 8:55 Doctor T.A. Jaggar, who has been a passenger on board since June 22, 1927, left the ship

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - At 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments: To Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, and Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c eight hours extra duty each for having left the ship without permission on July 9, 1927. To Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, two hours extra duty each for having failed to turnout when called on the morning of July 13, 1927

Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c - At 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments: To Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, and Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c eight hours extra duty each for having left the ship without permission on July 9, 1927. To Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, two hours extra duty each for having failed to turnout when called on the morning of July 13, 1927

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - At 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments: To Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, and Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c eight hours extra duty each for having left the ship without permission on July 9, 1927. To Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, two hours extra duty each for having failed to turnout when called on the morning of July 13, 1927

Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c - At 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments: To Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, and Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c eight hours extra duty each for having left the ship without permission on July 9, 1927. To Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, two hours extra duty each for having failed to turnout when called on the morning of July 13, 1927

Alois Ulrich, BM 2c - having been examined by a board of commissioned officers and found qualified was advanced in rating to Commissary Steward

Meridian to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. * 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 2:00PM. 2:00 liberty party returned; no absentees * 12:30 boarding officer left the ship. 2:00 medical officer returned. 2:00 granted liberty to one watch until 3:00PM 3:00 liberty party returned, no absentees

(over)


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out of kings cove

Lat 55.1, Long -163.1

(continued)

Meridian to 4:00PM. 3:15 boarding officer returned, hoisted motor dinghy. 3:30 began preparations for getting underway. 3:50 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 3:55 hove up anchor and stood out of King Cove on various courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Deck force employed holystoning main deck. Quarters and drills omitted on account of recreation for for crew. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming as before on various courses out of King's Cove. At 4:12 changed course to 209° psc. streamed log (3.4). At 4:50 Fox Island light abeam, distant 1.0 mi., changed course to 205° psc (8.2). At 6:25 Umga Island abeam, distant 1 mi., changed course to 203° psc (20.2). Watch ended off Cape Pankof. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 203° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 8:09 Cape Pankof light abeam 1.5 miles off, changed course to 234° psc (33.1). Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Boarded the following gas screw vessels at King Cove, Alaska: Swinomish of Seward, master T.A. Hotovitzky; Tillicum of Unalaska, master Peter E. Nelson; Louisiana of Bellingham, nobody onboard, Elmer of Utsaladdy, master Axel Williamson, Minnehska of Bellingham, master Erik Hyrland; Glenwood of Bellingham, master Emil Johnson, Empress of Bellingham, master L.E. Fowler. Found no violations of customs, navigation and motorboat laws on above vessels. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T) Boarding Officer.


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 53.97, Long -166.47


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15 July 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 234° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 2:40 changed course to 251° psc. 3:03 Scotch Cap light abeam 2.0 miles off 85.1 William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming as before on course 251° psc through Unimak Pass and the Bering Sea. At 6:45 changed course to 231° psc (10.4) At 7:12 sighted Akun Head bearing 183° true, distant 2 mi. (13.5). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- Course 231° psc, speed 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:08 off North Head of Akutan Island changed course to 208° psc (26.8). At 11:35 Priest Rock abeam 1.8 miles off changed to various courses into Unalaska Bay. Deck force employed holystoning the spar deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Standing in Iliuliuk Bay on various courses and speeds. At 12:05pm hauled in log (49.3). At 12:55 made fast alongside the Alaska Commercial Company's wharf at Unalaska, Alaska. At 2:30pm Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c was restored to duty by ship's medical officer. At 3:30 held quarters followed by stations for abandon ship. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c - was restored to duty by ship's medical officer

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 4:15 hauled ship to west side of dock inshore of the Algonquin. At 6:00pm granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Algonquin - At 4:15 hauled ship to west side of dock inshore of the Algonquin


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Transferred McFarland


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16 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside the Alaska Commercial Company's wharf at Unalaska, Alaska. At 1:00am liberty party returned; no absentees. At 6:00am deck force carried out regular morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. At 10:30 held general muster. At 10:45 Commanding Officer inspected the vessel throughout. At 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm today. At 2:30 Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c, left the ship to go aboard the US Lighthouse Tender Cedar for transportation to Ketchikan Alaska, he being transferred to the Cygan for further transfer to the USPHS Hospital at Port Townsend Washington; authority Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force letter of this date (73). Deck force employed preparing for inspection. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c - left the ship to go aboard the US Lighthouse Tender Cedar for transportation to Ketchikan Alaska, he being transferred to the Cygan for further transfer to the USPHS Hospital at Port Townsend Washington; authority Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force letter of this date (73)

US Lighthouse Tender Cedar - At 2:30 Clarence L. McFarland, RM 2c, left the ship to go aboard the US Lighthouse Tender Cedar

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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17 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:10 Algonquin stood out. 1:00 granted liberty until 11:00PM today. Crew observed Sunday. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Algonquin - 11:10 Algonquin stood out

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 11:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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18 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held quarters followed by infantry drill on shore. Allen L. Lundberg, CBM (a), was rated a permanent chief boatswain mate, effective as of April 1, 1927; authority HL dated 10 June, 1927 (73). Deck force employed scraping rust, sewing canvass and other various ship's work. At 12:00 noon engineers' force commenced cleaning #2 boiler. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Allen L. Lundberg, CBM (a) - was rated a permanent chief boatswain mate, effective as of April 1, 1927; authority HL dated 10 June, 1927 (73)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:15 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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19 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 1:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. At 6:00 deck force carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00 held boat drill under oars. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held general quarters followed by gun drill. At 9:45 held quarters. Deck force employed sand scrubbing oars and cleaning and overhauling gear about the main deck. Engineers force cleaning after boiler. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 6:00 granted liberty to one watch. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Extra duty Powell - 3 hrs Warner - 1 hr. Hunt - 1 Saar - 1


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20 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. At 8:00 hauled ship to the north face of dock with lines. At 8:30 held boat drill under oars. At 8:45 Walter J. Dupen Sea 2c was placed on the binnacle list. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Walter J. Dupen Sea 2c - was placed on the binnacle list

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held fire drill. 9:35 held collision drill. 9:41 held quarters for muster. 1:15 hauled ship around to west face of dock. 1:30 Algonquin stood in. Deck force employed washing ships side and spotting painting about the spar deck William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Algonquin - 1:30 Algonquin stood in

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 5:30 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM today. 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Extra duty Powell 1 hr Warner 1 hr Hunt 2 hr Saar 2 hr


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21 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Companys dock at Unalaska Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drill. At 9:45 Boatswain A.B. Eriksen was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer. At 11:00 the Algonquin stood out. Deck force employed in touching up rust spots over ship's sides and various painting about decks. The engine room force continued cleaning the after boiler. Ray Warner, Sea 1c, this day completed two hours extra awarded by Commanding Officer on July 14, 1927 N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

Boatswain A.B. Eriksen - was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer

Algonquin - At 11:00 the Algonquin stood out

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - this day completed two hours extra awarded by Commanding Officer on July 14, 1927

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above At 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.23, Long -165.85


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22 July 1927

out of dutch harbor

Lat 54.1, Long -165.8

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 1:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. At 6:00 deck force carried out regular morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held quarters for muster followed by infantry drill on shore and pistol drill. At 11:00 made preparations for getting underway. At 11:40 let go all lines from dock and steamed on various courses at various speeds to dock at Dutch Harbor where moored at 12:05. * Filled fresh water tanks. At 3:35 Reverend A.M. Lambert and Mrs Lambert of Unalaska came aboard as passengers to Akutan and return, Authority Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force letter of July 21, 1927 (601)(611). At 3:45 let go all lines and stood out of Dutch Harbor on various courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Deck force employed spotting paint on the ship's sides, painting Coast Guard buildings in Unalaska and handling lines. Engineers force continued cleaning after boiler. *Broke one steering oar while swinging in the whale-boat. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Mrs Lambert - At 3:35 Reverend A.M. Lambert and Mrs Lambert of Unalaska came aboard as passengers to Akutan and return, Authority Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force letter of July 21, 1927 (601)(611)

Reverend A.M. Lambert - At 3:35 Reverend A.M. Lambert and Mrs Lambert of Unalaska came aboard as passengers to Akutan and return, Authority Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force letter of July 21, 1927 (601)(611)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming out Iliuliuk Bay on various courses at 3/4 speed, 85 rpm. At 5:09 Priest Rock bearing 135° true, distant 1.5 mi., changed course to 25° psc (57.7). At 5:28 changed course to 28° psc (60.4). At 6:20 changed course to 35° psc (67.9). At 7:32 North Head abeam, distant 1-5 mi. changed course to 94° psc (75.6) The ship's refrigerating plant this day became disabled N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- On course 94° psc through Akutan Pass at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 8:30 Changed to various courses to enter Akutan Harbor (82.5) At 9:10 took in log (86.9). At 9:30 changed to various speeds approaching anchorage. At 9:35 stopped and anchored in Akutan Harbor in 20 fathoms of water to 75 fathoms of chain on the Port anchor. Anchorage bearings: Whaling Station dock 156° true, Village Point 80° true. Issued 5 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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akutan alaska

Lat 53.97, Long -166.47

Marcos 3 hrs.


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23 July 1927

out of akutan harbor

Lat 54.1, Long -165.8

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Akutan Harbor off the Whaling Station dock in 20 fathoms of water to 75 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Carried out the morning routine and made preparations for inspection. At 7:45 Medical Officer went ashore in response to a call from the Whaling Station. * *At 8:30 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded to Marcos T. Candelario, M.Att 1c, eight hours extra duty as a punishment for disobedience of orders and neglect of duty this date. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

Marcos T. Candelario, M.Att 1c - At 8:30 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded to Marcos T. Candelario, M.Att 1c, eight hours extra duty as a punishment for disobedience of orders and neglect of duty this date

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples. 9:30 Sent Medical Officer to investigate health conditions in the village of Akutan. 9:40 received on board mail and supplies for the village of Unalaska, and the Bering Sea Patrol Force. * 11:15 medical officer returned. 11:00 Boatswain A.B. Eriksen was returned to duty. *10:00 Commanding officer inspected the vessel throughout. boats were hoisted. 2:10 began preparations for getting underway. 2:30 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 2:40 hove up anchor and stood various courses out of Akutan Harbor at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 2:50 commanding officer held mast and directed that Prendy Powell QM 1c perform 8 hours extra for disobedience of orders and improper standing of watch. 2:55 streamed log (87.2). 3:16 set course of 315° psc and stood out into the Bering Sea. 4:00 Ridge Point baering 201° true changed course to 272° psc (94.2). William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Boatswain A.B. Eriksen - was returned to duty

Prendy Powell QM 1c - 2:50 commanding officer held mast and directed that Prendy Powell QM 1c perform 8 hours extra for disobedience of orders and improper standing of watch

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming through the Bering Sea on course 272° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. At 4:58 changed course to 231° psc (0.5). At 5:18 changed course to 206° psc (2.4). At 5:50 cut in after boiler. At 7:25 changed course to 194° psc (20.1). At 7:57 changed course to 176° psc (23.6). Steaming through thick fog. Sighted several fur seal during watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

fur seal - several


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through unalaska and iliuliuk bays

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

8:00PM to Midnight Steaming on various courses through Unalaska and Iliuliuk Bays at 3/4 speed of 90 rpm * 8:55 stopped and moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock, Unalaska, Alaska. 9:00 sent mail and supplies for Unalaska and the Bering Sea Patrol Force ashore. 9:05 Reverend A.M. and Mrs Lambert left the ship. 9:15 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM. 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. *8:30 took in log 28.5. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Reverend A.M. and Mrs Lambert - left the ship


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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24 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Companys dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Crew observed Sunday, performed no unnecessary work. At 10:35 hauled ship to west side of dock. At 2:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm tonight. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 11:00pm liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Extra duty Powell 1 1/2 hrs. Hunt 1 hrs. Saar 1 hrs. Candelario 1 hrs.


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25 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 6:00am deck force carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00am held quarters followed by infantry drill ashore and pistol drill. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 10:20 held boat drill under oars. Deck force employed spotting paint on the ships sides, painting Coast Guard buildings ashore and cleaning about the tennis court ashore. A special board of survey, of which Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen is senior member, met and surveyed the dumbell of Refrigerating Plant, it being unfit for further use. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen - A special board of survey, of which Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen is senior member, met and surveyed the dumbell of Refrigerating Plant, it being unfit for further use

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:15 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm today. At 9:30 R. Stanley Sea 1c was placed on the binnacle list. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

R. Stanley Sea 1c - was placed on the binnacle list


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Extra duty Hunt: 1hr Saar: 1hr


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26 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. At 8:00 held quarters followed by infantry drill on shore and pistol drill. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine temperature normal. 9:20 began preparations for getting underway. 10:10 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 10:15 let go lines from dock and stood through Iliuliuk Bay on various courses at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 10:45 stopped and moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock Dutch Harbor, Alaska. 10:50 began taking water. Deck force employed scrubbing sail covers and cleaning airports. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:00 began making preparations for getting underway. * 4:15 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 4:30 let go lines from dock and stood out of Dutch Harbor into Iliuliuk Bay on various courses at various speeds. 4:55 stopped and moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock, Unalaska Alaska. 5:30 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM. 8:00 Haida stood in. 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Haida - 8:00 Haida stood in

*4:15 finished taking water having received 12,000 gallons.


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Extra duty Hunt: 2hr Saar: 2hr Powell: 2hr Candelario: 2hr


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27 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held fire and collision drill followed by quarters. At 10:00 transfered two mines and equipment to Haida. Deck force employed painting about spar deck and over the sides and caulking sailing launch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Haida - At 10:00 transfered two mines and equipment to Haida

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:30 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. At 8:00pm after a careful search Marcos Candelario, M.Att 1c was declared to be absent from the ship without leave. At 9:20 Marcos Candelario, M.Att 1c returned aboard, he having been one hour and twenty minutes absent without leave. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Marcos Candelario, M.Att 1c - At 8:00pm after a careful search Marcos Candelario, M.Att 1c was declared to be absent from the ship without leave

Marcos Candelario, M.Att 1c - At 9:20 Marcos Candelario, M.Att 1c returned aboard, he having been one hour and twenty minutes absent without leave


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.67, Long -167.02


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28 July 1927

along north shore of unalaska island

Lat 53.7, Long -167.0

Midnight to 8:00am:- Moored to Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 1:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. At 5:30 made preparations to get underway. At 6:10 let go from dock and stood out Unalaska Harbor on various courses at various speeds. At 6:16 rang full speed ahead, 100 rpm, standing out Iliuliuk Bay on various courses. At 6:23 streamed log 28.3. At 6:33 Pinnacle Rock abeam distant 1 mi. changed course to 2° psc. Watch ended off Cape Cheerful. At 6:00 US Deputy Marshall Dan Ross of Unalaska came aboard for transportation to Makushin. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

US Deputy Marshall Dan Ross - At 6:00 US Deputy Marshall Dan Ross of Unalaska came aboard for transportation to Makushin

8:00am to meridian:- Steamed on various courses along North shore of Unalaska Island at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine temperature normal. At 9:30 held general quarters followed by gun drill and quarters for muster. Deck force employed holystoning main deck and scrubbing fire hose and canvas. * Off entrance of Makushin Bay at end of watch. *At 10:45 changed to various speeds. Dense fog throughout watch. *At 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that Marcos T. Candalerio, M.Att 1c, be tried by deck court for offense noted yesterday. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Marcos T. Candalerio, M.Att 1c - At 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that Marcos T. Candalerio, M.Att 1c, be tried by deck court for offense noted yesterday

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses at various speeds searching for entrance to Makushin Bay. * 12:12 fog clearing and position ascertained, changed course and headed for entrance of Makushin Bay. 12:04 slow speed. 12:43 took in log (83.2) 1:01 half speed 1:10 stopped and anchored in 10 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Anchored on the following bearings: church 303° true, Priest Rock 217 true. 1:25 Medical Officer left the ship with party to exhume body of one Charley Rose for autopsy under direction of US Deputy Marshall Dan Ross. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charley Rose - 1:25 Medical Officer left the ship with party to exhume body of one Charley Rose for autopsy under direction of US Deputy Marshall Dan Ross

US Deputy Marshall Dan Ross - 1:25 Medical Officer left the ship with party to exhume body of one Charley Rose for autopsy under direction of US Deputy Marshall Dan Ross

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Anchored as above. At 5:40 the exhuming party having completed their labors returned aboard. At 5:50 up anchor and stood out Makushin anchorage for Makushin Bay Cannery on various courses and various speeds


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priest rock 218 true

Lat 53.7, Long -167.0

(continued)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- At 7:15 anchored off Makushin Bay Cannery in 16 fathoms of water, 30 fathoms of chain, port anchor. Anchorage bearings: Flat Point 300° true and Cannery Dock 176° true At 7:20 US Deputy Marshall Dan Ross went ashore to obtain additional evidence in the murder case of Charley Rose, deceased. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

US Deputy Marshall Dan Ross - At 7:20 US Deputy Marshall Dan Ross went ashore to obtain additional evidence in the murder case of Charley Rose, deceased

Charley Rose - At 7:20 US Deputy Marshall Dan Ross went ashore to obtain additional evidence in the murder case of Charley Rose, deceased

8:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. At 8:30 US Deputy Marshal returned, hoisted boat. At 8:35 heaved up anchor and steamed on various courses out of South Arm of Makushin Bay and to anchorage off Makushin Village at full speed of 100 rpm. At 9:25 stopped and anchored in Makushin Harbor in 7 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Anchorage bearings: Priest Rock 218° true, Church 300° true. Issued 10 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

US Deputy Marshal - At 8:30 US Deputy Marshal returned


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.03, Long -166.80

Extra duty Hunt 1 hr. complete. Saar 1hr (2 hours to do) Powell 1 1/2 hr Candelario 1 hr (1 hour to do)


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29 July 1927

through the bering sea and unalaska bay and into iliuliuk bay

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 8:00am:- Anchored off Makushin village in 7 fathoms of water, riding to 30 fathoms of chain. At 4:20 received aboard the following passengers for transportation to Unalaska: Mr. Pete Olson, age 47, Mrs Pete Olson age 31, and Frank Galatiniof age 17, all of Makushin. At 4:20 made preparations to get underway. At 4:35 up anchor and stood out Makushin Bay on various courses, at full speed of 100 rpm. Streamed log (83.5). At 5:15 course 321° psc (88.8). At 5:37 slowed to 3/4 speed on account of dense fog. At 6:16 changed course to 17° psc (97.0). At 6:52 fog cleared increased to full speed. At 7:53 changed course to 75° psc (11.6). Watch ended off Wislow Island. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Mr. Pete Olson - At 4:20 received aboard the following passengers for transportation to Unalaska: Mr. Pete Olson, age 47, Mrs Pete Olson age 31, and Frank Galatiniof age 17, all of Makushin

Frank Galatiniof - At 4:20 received aboard the following passengers for transportation to Unalaska: Mr. Pete Olson, age 47, Mrs Pete Olson age 31, and Frank Galatiniof age 17, all of Makushin

Mrs Pete Olson - At 4:20 received aboard the following passengers for transportation to Unalaska: Mr. Pete Olson, age 47, Mrs Pete Olson age 31, and Frank Galatiniof age 17, all of Makushin

8:00am to 4:00pm:- Steamed on various courses through the Bering Sea and Unalaska Bay and into Iliuliuk Bay at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:25 held fire drill followed by collision drill. At 9:35 held general quarters followed by gun drill and quarters for muster. * At 10:03 changed to slow and various speeds approaching dock at Unalaska. *At 9:48 Ulakta Head abeam, took in log (29.5). At 10:25 Moored to the west face of the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska. At 10:30 US Deputy Marshal Dan Ross, and the passengers who came aboard at Makushin this morning, left the ship. At 1:00 all hands aired bedding. At 3:30 piped down aired bedding. Deck force employed spotting paint on the ships sides and on small boats, handling lines and cleaning about the main deck. No rations issued to passengers. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

US Deputy Marshal Dan Ross - At 10:30 US Deputy Marshal Dan Ross, and the passengers who came aboard at Makushin this morning, left the ship

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, completed the extra duty assigned him by the Commanding Officer on July 14, 1927. At 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - completed the extra duty assigned him by the Commanding Officer on July 14, 1927


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 238560 - Coal Received 238560 Expended 8860 On hand 472300

Extra duty Marcos 1 hr Powell 3 hrs


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30 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 1:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. At 6:00 hauled ship to the north face of dock with lines and made preparations for coaling ship. Draft before coaling, 12'11" forward and 14'3" aft. At 9:00 Ray W. Casler, F 2c was restored to light duty by the ship's medical officer. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

Ray W. Casler, F 2c - was restored to light duty by the ship's medical officer

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Commanding officer's inspection omitted on account of coaling ship. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples conditions normal. Deck force employed coaling ship. Prendy Powell QM 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c and Marcos Candelario M.Att 1c completed extra duty assigned them by the Commanding Officer. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Prendy Powell QM 1c - Prendy Powell QM 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c and Marcos Candelario M.Att 1c completed extra duty assigned them by the Commanding Officer

Marcos Candelario M.Att 1c - Prendy Powell QM 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c and Marcos Candelario M.Att 1c completed extra duty assigned them by the Commanding Officer

Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c - Prendy Powell QM 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c and Marcos Candelario M.Att 1c completed extra duty assigned them by the Commanding Officer

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above 4:10 finished coaling having received 106 long tons 993 pounds of coal. Ships draft after coaling: forward, 14 feet, aft 14 feet 9 inches 5:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM. 11:00 liberty party returned no absentees; William Bowman, Ensign (T)

coal: 106 long tons 993 pounds - 4:10 finished coaling having received 106 long tons 993 pounds of coal


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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31 July 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. Deck force cleaned ship after coaling William Bowman, Ensign (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 10:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. Crew observed Sunday. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

4:00pm to midnight: Moored as above. At 11:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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R. C. Weightman Comd'r - Juneau Alaska, Mrs R.C. Weightman same.

L. W. Perkins Lieut Comd'r - Juneau Alaska, Mrs L.W. Perkins same

N. S. Haugen Lieut. (T) - 711 - 23rd Ave. N. Seattle, Mrs M. Weibust, 711 - 23rd Ave. N Seattle

A. J. Craig Lieut. (jg)(T). - Juneau, Alaska Mrs Jean A. Craig (wife) Juneau, Alaska

William Bowman Ensign (T) - Onboard - Mother - Mrs J. Bowman 949 Amalia Ave. Los Angeles.

G. A. Lurie AA Surg USPHS - Onboard - Albert Lurie - brother - 1810 Blue Island Ave. Chicago.

A. B. Eriksen Boatswain - Onboard - Mrs Ella Eriksen (wife) 233 Graham Hotel, Seattle

W. Parker Gunner (T) - Juneau - Mrs Nora Parker (wife) Juneau, Alaska.

C. C. Jones Machinist (T) - Onboard

E. E. Johnson Carpenter (T) - Onboard

F. B. Cottrell Pay Clerk (T). - Onboard - Mrs Anna B. Cottrell (wife) Sequim, Wn.


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LOGS FOR AUGUST 1927


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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1 August 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00 held quarters for muster followed by infantry drill on shore and pistol drill. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:40 hauled ship to west face of dock with lines. At 10:30 Officers and crew received their pay for month of July. At 11:45 the Algonquin moored to north face of dock. Deck force employed cleaning and varnishing brightwork about boats and cleaning about the main deck. Otha McBride, F 2c, assigned to mess duty in place of Philip S. Chandler, F 3c, who is relieved. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Algonquin - At 11:45 the Algonquin moored to north face of dock

Otha McBride, F 2c - Otha McBride, F 2c, assigned to mess duty in place of Philip S. Chandler, F 3c, who is relieved

Philip S. Chandler, F 3c - Otha McBride, F 2c, assigned to mess duty in place of Philip S. Chandler, F 3c, who is relieved

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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2 August 1927

unalaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska. * Carried out the morning routine. At 8:00 held quarters followed by infantry drill on shore and pistol drill. *At 1:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. The following named men having been found qualified by a board of Commissioned officers were advanced in rating this date: Charles Goodrick GM 2c to GM 1c, George V. Holton CM 3c to CM 2c, John A. Kennedy, WT 2c was made Eng. 2c. The following named men were advanced in rating: Melville H. Brown, F 2c to F 1c. Lee S. Usher, F 3c to F 2c Roland H. Ward Sea 2c to Sea 1c Daniel B. Stedman Sea 2c to Sea 1c. Deck force employed spotting paint about the spar deck. 2:00 Deck court met in case of Marcos T. Candelario, M.Att 1c for offense noted August 28, 1927. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Charles Goodrick GM 2c - The following named men having been found qualified by a board of Commissioned officers were advanced in rating this date: Charles Goodrick GM 2c to GM 1c, George V. Holton CM 3c to CM 2c, John A. Kennedy, WT 2c was made Eng. 2c

George V. Holton CM 3c - The following named men having been found qualified by a board of Commissioned officers were advanced in rating this date: Charles Goodrick GM 2c to GM 1c, George V. Holton CM 3c to CM 2c, John A. Kennedy, WT 2c was made Eng. 2c

John A. Kennedy, WT 2c - The following named men having been found qualified by a board of Commissioned officers were advanced in rating this date: Charles Goodrick GM 2c to GM 1c, George V. Holton CM 3c to CM 2c, John A. Kennedy, WT 2c was made Eng. 2c

Melville H. Brown, F 2c - The following named men were advanced in rating: Melville H. Brown, F 2c to F 1c. Lee S. Usher, F 3c to F 2c Roland H. Ward Sea 2c to Sea 1c Daniel B. Stedman Sea 2c to Sea 1c

Lee S. Usher, F 3c - The following named men were advanced in rating: Melville H. Brown, F 2c to F 1c. Lee S. Usher, F 3c to F 2c Roland H. Ward Sea 2c to Sea 1c Daniel B. Stedman Sea 2c to Sea 1c

Roland H. Ward Sea 2c - The following named men were advanced in rating: Melville H. Brown, F 2c to F 1c. Lee S. Usher, F 3c to F 2c Roland H. Ward Sea 2c to Sea 1c Daniel B. Stedman Sea 2c to Sea 1c

Daniel B. Stedman Sea 2c - The following named men were advanced in rating: Melville H. Brown, F 2c to F 1c. Lee S. Usher, F 3c to F 2c Roland H. Ward Sea 2c to Sea 1c Daniel B. Stedman Sea 2c to Sea 1c

Marcos T. Candelario, M.Att 1c - 2:00 Deck court met in case of Marcos T. Candelario, M.Att 1c for offense noted August 28, 1927

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:00 began making preparations for getting underway. 4:30 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 4:50 let go lines from dock and stood various courses for Dutch Harbor at various speeds. 5:15 made fast to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock, at Dutch Harbor, Alaska. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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3 August 1927

dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Companys' dock Dutch Harbor, Alaska. Made preparations for taking on board freight for Umnak. 8:00 began loading freight. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine; temperature normal. All hands employed taking aboard stores for Nikolski, Alaska. Omitted quarters and drills on account of taking stores. Draft after loading; forward 13'11", aft 15'6" N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:00pm finished taking freight having received aboard approximately 54 tons. At 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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4 August 1927

dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Dutch Harbor, Alaska. At 8:00 deck force carried out regular holiday routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 11:00 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. Crew observed holiday. No quarters or drills held on account of holiday. * A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

*Omitted full dressing ship on account of inclement weather, also omitted special observance of the day on account of crew securing and lashing cargo for sea and standing by to get underway with the first favorable weather.


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dutch harbor alaska

Lat 53.90, Long -167.30


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5 August 1927

through the bering sea

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 8:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Dutch Harbor, Alaska. At 1:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. At 6:30 made preparations to get underway. At 7:05 let go from dock and stood out Dutch Harbor on various courses and speeds. At 7:15 three quarters speed, 90 rpm standing out Iliuliuk Bay on various courses. At 7:35 Ulakta Head abeam distant 3/4 mi. set course 319° psc, streamed log. Watch ended off Eider Point. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00am to meridian:- On course 319° psc out of Unalaska Bay at 3/4 speed of 90 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 8:30 off Cape Cheerful set course of 251° psc (36.2). At 9:03 Wislow Island abeam, 2.5 miles off (40.5). At 9:30 Irishman Hat abeam, changed course to 237° psc (44.2). At 10:30 changed course to 221° psc (51.9). Deck force employed securing gear about decks for sea and cleaning about the main deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 221° psc at 3/4 speed of 90 rpm through the Bering Sea. 3:30 held fire drill. 3:35 held collision drill. 3:40 held quarters for muster. Fog and mist throughout the watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming through the Bering Sea on course 221° psc through dense fog, speed 90 rpm. At 4:42 changed course to 197° psc (100.0). At 5:45 commenced sounding with machine, steered various courses and speeds. At 7:15 made out Cape Ilmalianuk abeam, distant 1 mile (19.7). At 7:47 resumed course 197° psc (24.3). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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5 August 1927

east end of ananiuliak id bearing 157 true distant approximately 2 miles

Lat 53.0, Long -168.9

(Continued)

8:00pm to midnight:- On course 197° psc at 3/4 speed of 90 rpm, in dense fog. At 9:08 changed course to 152° psc, fog clearing somewhat (35.1). At 9:30 slowed to 50 rpm, changed course to 162° psc, (38.2). At 9:33 made out Ananiuliak Island ahead, changed course to 200° psc, then to various courses, commenced sounding. At 9:47 steadied on course 200° psc; east end of Ananiuliak Id. bearing 157° true distant approximately 2 miles. (39.4). At 10:32 changed course to 113° psc (42.6). At 10:53 West end Ananiuliak Island abeam 0.7 miles off, took in log (44.2), discontinued sounding with machine. Depths obtained during constant sounding from 9:30 to 10:53 varied from 35 to 50 fathoms with sandy bottom. At 11:00 changed course to 120° psc continued course stopping engines at intervals and sounding continuously, with hand leads. At 11:25 stopped and anchored in entrance to Nikolski Harbor in 20 fathoms of water to 75 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. West end of Ananiuliak Island bearing 337° true. Kept steaming watch in engine room. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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nikoslky alaska

Lat 53.35, Long -168.55


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6 August 1927

in nikolski harbor

Lat 53.0, Long -168.9

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in entrance to Nikolski Harbor, Umnak Island, Alaska in 20 fathoms of water to 75 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Carried out the morning routine. At 7:00 a commissioned officer went ashore to arrange with the natives of Umnak Village to have them boat their freight ashore. At 7:50 Officer returned. At 8:10 made preparations for getting under way to shift to anchorage nearer village. At 8:20 native boats arrived alongside, commenced unloading freight which was taken aboard at Dutch Harbor on August 3, 1927. 8:55, commenced heaving up anchor. 9:00, underway at slow speed. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Steaming at slow speed on various courses in Nikolski Harbor 9:30 stopped and anchored in 10 fathoms of water, veering to 45 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Anchored on the following bearings: Church 158° true, South Point 213° true. Tested magazine flood cock condition satisfactory. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspectd smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. Commanding officer's inspection omitted on account of handling freight belonging to Native Store of Nikolski and the US Bureau of Education. 3:15 finished discharging freight 3:30, bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. Deck force employed handling freight. Donald McGregor, F 1c was advanced to the rating of WT 2c, authority Art 393 (1) Regulations. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Donald McGregor, F 1c - was advanced to the rating of WT 2c, authority Art 393 (1) Regulations

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Anchored as above. At 4:45 up anchor and stood stood out Nikolsky Harbor on course 297° psc at three quarters speed of 90 rpm. Streamed log (44.6). At 5:20 Aniuliak Island bore 80° true distant 1.0 mi. changed course to 350° psc (48.0) At 6:45 changed course to 23° psc (59.6). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 23° psc, speed 90 rpm. At 9:45 changed course to 45° psc (84.8). Foggy in first half of watch, visibility good latter part of watch. At 12:00 to northward of Cape Tanak. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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7 August 1927

through the bering

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 45° psc 3/4 speed of 90 rpm thru the Bering Sea. 3:30 changed course to 65° psc (33.8) William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 9:00am:- Steaming through the Bering on course 65° psc Speed 90 rpm. At 4:15 changed course to 72° psc (40.1). At 4:32 changed course to 103° psc (42.6). At 5:37 changed course to 136° psc (52.1). At 6:40 Ulakta Head bearing 270° psc, distant 1 mi., (61.5). Hauled in log. Stood in Iliuliuk Bay on various courses and speeds. At 7:15 came alongside the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 11:00am granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. Crew observed Sunday. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 7:00pm Algonquin stood out the harbor. At 11:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Algonquin - At 7:00pm Algonquin stood out the harbor


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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8 August 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 6:00 deck force carried out regular morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. * 1:00 held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills. 2:45, hauled ship to west face of dock with lines. 3:10, Haida stood in and moored at north face of dock. Deck force employed scrubbing down masts and yards and cleaning the ships sides. *10:00, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, restored to light duty. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Haida - 3:10, Haida stood in and moored at north face of dock

Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c - restored to light duty

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 5:15, granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm at which time liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5


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9 August 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 6:00, commenced painting masts. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 1:00 held quarters followed by bag inspection. Deck force employed washing paintwork about the spar deck. 2:00 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 7:00 Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c was found to have left the ship without permission from proper authority. 9:00 Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c returned aboard having been 2 hours absent without leave. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c - was found to have left the ship without permission from proper authority

Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c - returned aboard having been 2 hours absent without leave


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Transfered Leece Reported Mitchell


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10 August 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine, deck force began holystoning the spar deck. 1:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed holystoning spar deck, touchng up over the side and painting masts and smokestack. At 1:00 held quarters followed by fire and collision drill. Ernest A. Leece, F 2c was transferred to Haida and Ralph Mitchell, F 2c reported for duty from the Haida; authority letter Bering Sea Patrol Force Aug 10, 1927 (611-73). Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Lee M. Fulgencio M.Att 2c and awarded him four hours extra duty as punishment for offence noted in log of August 9. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Ernest A. Leece, F 2c - Ernest A. Leece, F 2c was transferred to Haida and Ralph Mitchell, F 2c reported for duty from the Haida; authority letter Bering Sea Patrol Force Aug 10, 1927 (611-73)

Haida - Ernest A. Leece, F 2c was transferred to Haida and Ralph Mitchell, F 2c reported for duty from the Haida; authority letter Bering Sea Patrol Force Aug 10, 1927 (611-73)

Ralph Mitchell, F 2c - Ernest A. Leece, F 2c was transferred to Haida and Ralph Mitchell, F 2c reported for duty from the Haida; authority letter Bering Sea Patrol Force Aug 10, 1927 (611-73)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 6:45 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

coal: 146720 - Coal Received 146720 Expended 7620 On hand 481000


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11 August 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Mid. to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 6:00 made preparations to coal ship. Draught before coaling, forward 13'7", aft 14'3". 8:30 commenced taking on board coal. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above, coaling ship. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 2:25, finished coaling, having received from the Alaska Commercial Company 65 1/2 long ton of coal this date. Draft after coaling: forward 14'7" and aft 14'9". 3:00, granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm today. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

coal: 65 1/2 long ton - 2:25, finished coaling, having received from the Alaska Commercial Company 65 1/2 long ton of coal this date

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 11:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Lee 1 hr


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12 August 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:45, Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c - was placed on the binnacle list by the ship's medical officer

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 held general quarters followed by gun drill. 9:25 held quarters for muster. Deck force employed holystoning the main deck. 1:00 Commanding officer held mast and directed that Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c perform 4 hours extra for disobedience of orders. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c - 1:00 Commanding officer held mast and directed that Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c perform 4 hours extra for disobedience of orders

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 5:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM. 7:05 Haida stood out. 11:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Haida - 7:05 Haida stood out


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unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ED Saar - 2hr Lee - 2hr


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13 August 1927

unalaska alaska

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock Unalaska, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected magazine temperature, condition normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. 10:00am held general muster after which, the Commanding Officer inspected vessel throughout. 11:00 all hands aired bedding. 1:00pm, granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. At 1:00 Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c was found to be absent from ship without permission. At 2:50 Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c returned, having been absent without leave one hour and fifty minutes. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c - was found to be absent from ship without permission

Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c - returned, having been absent without leave one hour and fifty minutes

4:00pm to midnight: Moored as above. 7:00pm Algonquin stood in. At 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Algonquin - 7:00pm Algonquin stood in


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unalaska alaska

Lat 54.10, Long -166.27


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14 August 1927

on slime bank

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Alaska Commercial Company's dock at Unalaska, Alaska. At 8:00 deck force carried out regular Sunday morning routine. 8:30 Rev. John Orloff age 68, came aboard for transportation to Sitka, Alaska. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Rev. John Orloff - 8:30 Rev. John Orloff age 68, came aboard for transportation to Sitka, Alaska.

9:00am to meridian:- Moored as above, making preparations for getting underway. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:10, let go all lines and stood out of Unalaska Harbor at various speeds. 10:15, rounded Tuscarora Reef gas buoy, set full speed of 100 rpm and stood out of Iliuliuk Bay and Unalaska Bay on various courses. 10:25, streamed log (62.1). 11:20, Priest Rock one mile off, set course of 31° psc (69.9) A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 31° psc at full speed of 100 rpm. 1:00 changed course to 35° psc (log 84.8). Crew observed Sunday. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming on course 35° psc at full speed of 100 rpm through the Bering Sea. 4:35 changed course to 48° psc (17.3). 5:33 Cape Sarichef Light abeam, distant 11.0 miles, changed course to 35° psc (26.2). Cruising on Slime Bank in search of cod fishing vessels. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- On course 35° psc as before. 9:00, changed course to 198° psc (58.2). Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. Found no cod fishing vessels on Slime Bank. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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at sea bering sea

Lat 54.13, Long -162.85


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15 August 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 198° psc at full speed of 100 rpm. 1:00 Cape Sarichef abeam distant 4.0 miles (93.5). 1:30 changed course to 141° psc (98.2), Cape Sarichef bearing 72° true 7.0 miles distant. 3:28 Scotch Cap light abeam distant 8.0 miles changed course to 84° psc (15.3). William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming through Unimak Pass and the North Pacific Ocean on course 84° psc, speed 100 rpm. 4:50 Scotch Cap Light abeam, distant 5 miles, (26.6). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- Course 84° psc, speed 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30, held quarters followed by gun, signal and resuscitation drills. 11:00, Commanding Officer held mast and awarded to Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c, twelve hours extra duty as a punishment for offense noted in log of August 13, 1927. Deck force employed chipping paint and cleaning about the main deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c - 11:00, Commanding Officer held mast and awarded to Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c, twelve hours extra duty as a punishment for offense noted in log of August 13, 1927

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 84° psc speed 100 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 12:52 changed course to 62° psc (94.6). 3:00 changed course to 63° psc (12.1). William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming through the North Pacific Ocean on course 63° psc, speed 100 rpm. At 7:00 slowed to take sounding and resumed full speed, 50 fathoms. At 8:00 slowed to take sounding and resumed full speed, 60 fathoms, changed course to 73° psc. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 73° psc, speed 100 rpm. Slowed for a period of four minutes each hour to take soundings. Issued 15 night rations to the engieners force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 54.30, Long -157.88


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16 August 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 93° psc at full speed of 100 rpm. 12:10 changed course to 118° psc 86.2 1:10 slow speed due to heavy sea. 2:00 changed course to 61° psc (95.4). Increased 1/2 speed 2:15 increased to 3/4 speed 2:30 increased to full speed. 3:15 slow speed vessel rolling heavily. Heavy SE swell throughout watch, vessel rolling and pitching heavily. Took soundings hourly with sounding machine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming through the North Pacific Ocean on course 61° psc, speed 70 rpm. 6:52 changed course to 71° psc (25.9). Rolling and pitching heavily throughout watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

8:00am to meridian: Course 71° psc, speed 70 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Rolling and pitching heavily throughout the watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 71° psc 1/2 speed of 70 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 2:10 increased speed to 85 rpm. Vessel rolling and pitching heavily throughout the watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Course 71° psc 3/4 speed of 85 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. At 5:00 slowed to 1/2 speed of 70 rpm. Vessel rolling and pitching heavily throughout watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 71° psc at half speed of 70 rpm. 9:30 set ships clocks ahead 1/2 hour. Rolling moderately and pitching heavily throughout the watch. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 54.83, Long -153.78


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17 August 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 71° psc speed 70 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 1:45 set all clocks ahead 30 minutes, clocks now keeping plus ten zone time. Vessel pitching and rolling havily throughout the watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Course 71° psc, speed 70 rpm, through the North Pacific Ocean. 5:00 increased speed to 90 rpm and changed course to 57° psc. Rolling and pitching heavily throughout watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- Course 57° psc speed 90 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 8:40, increased to full speed of 100 rpm. Rolling and pitching easily throught the watch, sea decreasing. Deck force employed holystoning the cockpit deck during latter part of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 57° psc at full speed of 100 rpm 12:30 increased speed to 110 rpm. 3:30 held fire drill 3:33 held collision drill 3:40 held abandon ship drill * Deck force employed holystoning cockpit and spar deck. 2:22 stopped to make minor repair to main engine. 2:25 resumed full speed. *followed by quarters William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Course 57° psc, speed 110 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 5:50 fog set in, commenced sounding fog signal. 6:30 fog lifted. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:pm to midnight:- Course 57° psc, speed 110 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 55.42, Long -146.13

E.Duty Lee 1h Saar 2h Patrich 1h


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18 August 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Midnight to 4:00AM Course 57° psc full speed of 110 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Course 57° psc, speed 110 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

8:00am to meridian:- Course 57° psc, speed 110 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00, Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c, was placed on light duty status by the ships medical officer. 12:00, changed course to 52° psc (26.9). Deck force completed holystoning the spar deck and commenced washing paintwork about the weather decks. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c - was placed on light duty status by the ships medical officer

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 52° psc at full speed of 110 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 3:31 held genearl quarters followed by gun drill. 3:40 held quarters for muster. Deck force employed holystoning the spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Course 52° psc, speed 110 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 5:30 changed course to 49° psc (82.4). Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c completed extra duty awarded August 10 and 12 respectively. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c - Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c completed extra duty awarded August 10 and 12 respectively

Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c - Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c completed extra duty awarded August 10 and 12 respectively

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 49° psc, speed 110 rpm. 9:30, set ships clocks ahead 1/2 hour. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. 12:00, changed course to 47° psc (43.1). A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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at sea north pacific ocean

Lat 56.42, Long -138.85

Left on Leave Ensign (T) W. Bowman

ED Petrich 2h


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19 August 1927

through the north pacific ocean

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. Course 47° psc at full speed of 110 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 1:45 set clocks ahead 30 minutes, clocks now keeping plus Ninth zone time. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Course 47° psc, speed 110 rpm, through the North Pacific Ocean. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- Course 47° psc, speed 110 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:18 changed course to 43° psc (40.4). Deck force employed holystoning the main deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Course 43° psc at full speed of 110 rpm. Omitted quarters and drills on account of painting about the spar deck. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck. 4:00 changed course to 42° psc (97.3) William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Course 42° spc at full speed of 110 rpm through the North Pacific Ocean. 7:55 sighted Cape Edgecumbe 10° on port bow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- Course 42° psc, speed 110 rpm. 9:00, changed course to 12° psc for Cape Edgecumbe (47.5). 9:23, Changed course to 22° psc (50.8). 9:53, Cape Edgecumbe light abeam 2.7 miles changed course to 51° psc (55.8). 10:00, changed course to 56° psc (57.0). 10:30, changed course to 50° psc (62.3). 10:44, Vitskari Rocks bearing 324° true, distant 1 mile, changed course to 24° psc (64.6). 10:55, changed course to 52° psc (66.4). 11:14 The Eckholmes light abeam 0.3 miles off, took in log (70.1) and steered various courses up eastern channel into Sitka Harbor. 11:24, reduced to half speed of 70 rpm. 11:40 stopped and anchored in Sitka Harbor in 12 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor; on the following bearings: Morne Id. 175° true, Turning Id. 280° true. 11:40, lowered boat, Reverend John Orloff, passenger from Unalaska, left the ship. Ensign (T) William Bowman left on seven days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Reverend John Orloff - Reverend John Orloff, passenger from Unalaska, left the ship

Ensign (T) William Bowman - left on seven days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer


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at anchor sitka harbor alaska

Lat 58.27, Long -136.42

Leave Mr Bowman


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20 August 1927

sitka harbor alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -135.4

Midnight to 4:00am:- Anchored in Sitka Harbor, Alaska in 12 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain, starboard anchor 12:12 Motor dinghy returned and was hoisted 12:15 up anchor, various courses and speeds out Sitka Harbor. 12:20 full speed of 110 rpm. stood out Sitka Sound on various courses. 12:35 streamed log (70.1) 2:23 Cape Edgecumbe Light bearing 42° true, distant 4.0 mi. set course to 301° psc, speed 115 rpm through North Pacific Ocean (88.5). N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

4:00 to 8:00am:- Course 301° psc, speed 110 rpm. Dense fog during latter part of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

8:00am to Merid:- On course 301° per st speed 110 RPM. 8:50 (52.3) changed course to 360° psc. Took frequent radio bearings of Cape Spencer radio beacon and received frequent bearings from Soapstone Point Naval Compas Station, the bearings of the latter proving practically valueless, in that no fix was obtained. Passed into Cross Sound various courses and speeds, sounding with sounding machine. Sounded fog signals throughout watch. At end, fog lifted suddenly while approaching Inian Island. 11:58, (79.2) changed course to 350° psc and so to end. Deck and engineer force engaged in preparing vessel for inspection 11:00, commanding officer inspected vessel. Inspected magazine, temperature normal, made weekly inspection of smokeless powder samples, and tested magazine flood cock. L.W. Perkins, Lieut Comdr.

Meridian to 4:00pm:- 12:07 increased speed to 110 rpm. Standing in Icy Strait on various courses. 1:15 held sub-calibre target practice. Watch ended off Rocky Island light. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

4:00pm to 8:pm:- Steered various courses through Lynn Canal, Favorite Channel and Stephen passage at full speed of 110 rpm. At 4:25 log fouled took it in and streamed it again at 4:41 (24.9). 7:45, rounded Marmion Island into Gastineau Channel. Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c completed the extra duty assigned him on August 15th. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c - completed the extra duty assigned him on August 15th

8:00pm to midnight:- Steered various courses through Gastineau Channel at full speed of 110 rpm. At 8:50 made fast to the Pacific Coast Steamship Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. At 9:00 granted liberty to one watch until 9:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Returned R.C. Weightman Leave Mr Bowman Placed on commuted Ration Morrison Rhodes Kamiyama Tafalla Escalona Cezar Juares Gimferona Fulgencio Candelario Gaviola


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21 August 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Steamship Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. At 7:00 deck force performed usual Sunday morning routine. At 9:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. * N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:35, Commander R.C. Weightman returned from hospital and sick leave. 10:40, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Crew observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Commander R.C. Weightman - 10:35, Commander R.C. Weightman returned from hospital and sick leave

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

*In accordance with Division Commander's telegram 9916-1536, April 1927, all officer's messes reverted back to commuted rations status.


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Left on Leave J.G. Erbland Leave Mr Bowman


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22 August 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Steamship Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. At 6:00 deck force carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Made preparations for getting underway. 9:30, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, left on 9 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. 11:45, unmoored and steamed on various courses at various speeds to the Juneau Motor Company's dock where moored at 12:00. 1:30, held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. 2:00, commanding officer held mast and awarded to William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 1c, each 1/2 hour's extra duty for having failed to turn out when called this morning. Deck force employed cleaning the ship's sides and along the waterline, and spotting paint along the rails and about deck houses. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

John G. Erbland, PhM 1c - left on 9 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c - 2:00, commanding officer held mast and awarded to William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 1c, each 1/2 hour's extra duty for having failed to turn out when called this morning

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - 2:00, commanding officer held mast and awarded to William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 1c, each 1/2 hour's extra duty for having failed to turn out when called this morning

Walter Scott, Sea 1c - 2:00, commanding officer held mast and awarded to William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 1c, each 1/2 hour's extra duty for having failed to turn out when called this morning

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - 2:00, commanding officer held mast and awarded to William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c and Ray Warner, Sea 1c, each 1/2 hour's extra duty for having failed to turn out when called this morning

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:15, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Bowman Erbland Discharged Lundberg Left on Leave Ulrich

coal: 190400 - Coal Received 190400 Expended 7800 On hand 329500

coal: 190400 -


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23 August 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Juneau Motor Company's Dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party retruned, no absentees A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force made preparations for coaling ship. At 9:45 made preparations to get underway At 10:05 let go from dock and steamed on various courses and speeds to the Pacific Coast Company's dock where moored at 10:20. At 12:30 commenced coaling ship. Draft before coaling forward 13'00", aft 14'03". Allen L. Lundberg, CBM received Honorable Discharge #33647 upon expiration of full term of enlistment, paid in full to date. At 3:40 Northland stood in Omitted quarters and drills on account of coaling ship. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Allen L. Lundberg, CBM - received Honorable Discharge #33647 upon expiration of full term of enlistment, paid in full to date

Northland - At 3:40 Northland stood in

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:00 finished coaling for the day, having received aboard 85 long tons of coal. At 5:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. At 5:30 Alois Ulrich, Comm Std left on 4 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

coal: 85 long tons - At 5:00 finished coaling for the day, having received aboard 85 long tons of coal

Alois Ulrich, Comm Std - left on 4 days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Bowman Ulrich Erbland Re-enlisted Lundberg Discharged Kamiyama

coal: 125440 - Coal Received 125440 Expended 7270 On hand 447670

coal: 125440 -


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24 August 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. At 6:30 deck force continued coaling ship. Draft forward 13'10", aft 14'04". At 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above, coaling ship. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:30, completed coaling, having received from the Pacific Coast Coal Company a total of 141 long tons of coal yesterday and today. Draft after coaling: 14'3" forward and 14'7" aft. Engineers force received lubricating oil from the Standard Oil Co. Deck force employed coaling ship and cleaning after coaling. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. 3:25, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Issued honorable Discharge No. 33648 to Yone Kamiyama, Off. Std. 1c, upon expiration of enlistment and extension thereof; paid in full to date including transportation to place of enlistment. Allan Loyal Lundberg re-enlisted as chief boatswain's mate for a period of one year on regular enlistment. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

coal: 141 long tons - 10:30, completed coaling, having received from the Pacific Coast Coal Company a total of 141 long tons of coal yesterday and today

Yone Kamiyama, Off. Std. 1c - Issued honorable Discharge No. 33648 to Yone Kamiyama, Off. Std. 1c, upon expiration of enlistment and extension thereof; paid in full to date including transportation to place of enlistment

Allan Loyal Lundberg - re-enlisted as chief boatswain's mate for a period of one year on regular enlistment

4:00pm to midnight: Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Bowman Ulrich Erbland Left for Hospital Dupen


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25 August 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Juneau Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. *- 8:00, liberty party retruned, no absentees. *6:17, the NORTHLAND stood out. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

NORTHLAND - 6:17, the NORTHLAND stood out

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed washing paint work on spar deck and cleaning ship's sides. At 11:00 made preparations to get underway At 2:20 let go from dock and stood out into stream where anchored at 2:30 in 19 1/2 fathoms of water, riding to 75 fathoms of chain, starboard anchor. Anchorage bearings: Beacon 179°, Cold Storage Dock, 41°. At 2:45 Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c was sent to St. Annes Hospital for treatment. Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - was sent to St. Annes Hospital for treatment

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. At 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Bowman Ulrich Erbland Hospital Dupen Left on Leave Gimferona


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26 August 1927

gastineau channel

Lat 52.8, Long 173.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Gastineau Channel, riding to 75 fathoms chain, starboard anchor. At 6:00 deck force carried out regular morning routine At 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:00, held fire drill followed by collision drill. 1:00, held general quarters followed by gun drill. 3:40, the CYGAN stood in and moored at Municipal float. Deck force employed washing paintwork about the weather decks. 3:00 Teofilo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, left on 15 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

CYGAN - 3:40, the CYGAN stood in and moored at Municipal float

Teofilo Gimferona, M.Att 1c - left on 15 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Bowman Erbland Gimferona Ulrich (Returned) Hospital Dupen


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27 August 1927

juneau harbor gastineau channel alaska

Lat 52.8, Long 173.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Juneau Harbor, Gastineau Channel, Alaska in 19 fathoms of water to 75 fathoms of chain, Stb'd anchor. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Tested flood cock, condition satisfactory. At 10:30 Commanding Officer inspected vessel throughout. At 12:00 granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. Deck force employed preparing ship for inspection. Ensign (T) W. Bowman granted one day's extension of leave by Commanding Officer. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Ensign (T) W. Bowman - granted one day's extension of leave by Commanding Officer

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. The following men completed extra duty as awarded by Commanding Officer, August 22,: William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c. At 11:30 Alois Ulrich, Com Std returned from four (4) days leave of absence. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - The following men completed extra duty as awarded by Commanding Officer, August 22,: William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c

Walter Scott, Sea 1c - The following men completed extra duty as awarded by Commanding Officer, August 22,: William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - The following men completed extra duty as awarded by Commanding Officer, August 22,: William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c

Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c - The following men completed extra duty as awarded by Commanding Officer, August 22,: William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c

Alois Ulrich, Com Std - returned from four (4) days leave of absence


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Erbland Gimferona Hospital Dupen


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28 August 1927

juneau harbor alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Juneau Harbor, Alaska, in 19 fathoms of water to 75 fathoms chain, starboard anchor. At 8:00 deck force carried out regular Sunday morning routine N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00, liberty party returned on time except Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c. 10:00, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow 11:30, Ensign (T) William Bowman returned from leave of absence and authorized extension thereof. 1:10, Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c returned, having been absent 3 hours and 10 minutes over leave. Crew observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c - 10:00, liberty party returned on time except Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c

Ensign (T) William Bowman - returned from leave of absence and authorized extension thereof

Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c - returned, having been absent 3 hours and 10 minutes over leave

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Erbland Gimferona Hospital Dupen Left on Leave Goodrick


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29 August 1927

juneau harbor alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Juneau Harbor, Alaska, in 19 fathoms of water to 75 fathoms of chain, starboard anchor. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:45 began making preparations for getting underway. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:15 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 9:35 hove up anchor and stood various courses at various speeds for the Pacific Steamship Company's dock where moored at 9:50. * 1:00 held quarters for muster followed by gun and signal drills. 2:15 received box of radio spare parts on Government bill of lading #T542908. 2:20 began preparations for getting underway. 2:30 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 2:40 let go lines from dock and stood various courses at various speeds for anchorage in Juneau Harbor; where anchored at 2:50. Anchored on the following bearings Capitol Dome 332° true Beacon 188° true. Anchored in 20 fathoms of water veering to 60 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Deck force employed washing ship's boats and ship's side. *10:30 held boat drill. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight. Anchored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 4:30 Charles E. Goodrick, GM 1c left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles E. Goodrick, GM 1c - left the ship on 5 days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Erbland Gimferona Goodrick Hospital Dupen Left Behind Powell Anderson Warner Petrich Baptie Gaviola


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30 August 1927

juneau harbor alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Anchored in Juneau Harbor, Alaska in 20 fathoms water to 60 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. 8:45, Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c placed on the binnacle list. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c - placed on the binnacle list

9:00am to 4:00pm. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held quarters. Omitted drills on account of inclement weather. Deck force employed washing paint work about weather deck. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

4:00pm to 10:00pm:- Anchored as above. At 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. At 9:20 intercepted radio message stating that SS Princess Charlotte was aground in Vichnefsky Rock. Made preparations to get underway and sounded general recall. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

SS Princess Charlotte - At 9:20 intercepted radio message stating that SS Princess Charlotte was aground in Vichnefsky Rock

10:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above, preparing to get underway. 10:15, all hands on board except Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c * and Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c; heaved up anchor and stood out of Juneau Harbor on various courses at half speed of 70 rpm. 10:50, set full speed of 115 rpm and steamed through Gastineau Channel and Stephens Passage on various southeasterly courses. Off Grand Island beacon at end of watch. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. *Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, Lea J. Baptie, F1c. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Prendy Powell, QM 1c - 10:15, all hands on board except Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c * and Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - 10:15, all hands on board except Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c * and Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - 10:15, all hands on board except Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c * and Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c

Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c - 10:15, all hands on board except Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c * and Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c

Lea J. Baptie, F1c - *Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, Lea J. Baptie, F1c

Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c - *Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, Lea J. Baptie, F1c


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at sea inside passage alaska

Lat 56.82, Long -132.93

Leave Erbland Gimferona Goodrick Hospital Dupen Behind Powell Anderson Petrich Baptie Gaviola


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31 August 1927

through frederick sound

Lat 56.5, Long -132.4

Midnight to 4:00AM. Steaming on various courses through Stephens Passage at full speed of 115 rpm. 12:11 Changed course to 155° PSC. 12:15 Grave Point abeam 0.8 mile off set course of 121° PSC. 1:00 changed course to 117° PSC. 1:49 Midway Island light abeam 1.0 mile off, set course of 134° PSC. 3:03 Point Hugh light abeam 3.0 miles off set course of 144° PSC. 4:00 changed course to 134° PSC. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming through Frederick Sound at full speed of 115 rpm. At 4:55 changed course to 145° psc (18.1). At 5:07 Five Finger light abeam 0.5 mi off (19.8) At 5:38 Cape Fanshaw abeam, distant 1.2 mi. changed course to 92° psc. Fog set in. At 7:00 slowed to half speed. At 7:20 changed course to 71° psc (40.8) At 7:47 changed course to 109° psc (43.7). At 7:54 changed course to 71° psc (44.4). Sighted Cape Strait bearing 170° psc. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00am to meridian:- ** Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Course 70° psc through Frederick Sound at half speed of 70 rpm. 8:01, increased to full speed of 115 rpm. ** 8:09, changed course to 108° psc. 8:27, reduced to half speed of 70 rpm on account of thick fog. 8:38, increased to full speed. 8:40, off Beacon Point, changed course to 135° psc. * 9:04, Sukoi Islets light 0.4 mile off, changed course to 129° psc. 9:23, changed to various courses through Wrangell Narrows. 9:27, reduced to slow speed to take soundings while passing Prolewy Rock. 9:35, increased to full speed of 115 rpm. 10:45, off Anchor Point in Wrangell Narrows, received word from the Princess Charlotte that assistance is not needed; changed to various speeds while turning around. 10:56, ordered full speed of 100 rpm and steered various northerly courses. Off Turn Point at end of Watch. *8:45, Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c restored to duty by the ship's Medical officer. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Princess Charlotte - received word from the Princess Charlotte that assistance is not needed

Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c - restored to duty by the ship's Medical officer

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses through Wrangell Narrows and Frederick Sound at full speed of 100 rpm. 12:15 Passed out of Wrangell Narrows into Frederick Sound. 12:20 slowed down to clear ash hopper. 12:26 ash hopper cleared increased to full speed. 3:30 held man overboard drill. 3:35 buoy recovered. 3:37 boat returned and was hoisted. Resumed course and speed. 3:40 held quarters for muster. 3:45 Commanding Officer held mast and warned Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c - 3:45 Commanding Officer held mast and warned Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

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juneau harbor

Lat 52.8, Long 166.4

for slackness in attendance at quarters and drills. Deck force employed cleaning about the main deck. 3:00 deck court met in case of Frederick G. Barnhardt Sea 2c for offence noted August, 28 1927. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Frederick G. Barnhardt Sea 2c - 3:00 deck court met in case of Frederick G. Barnhardt Sea 2c for offence noted August, 28 1927

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming through Frederick Sound at full speed of 100 rpm on various courses. Watch ended off Anmer Point N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- On various courses through Stephens Passage at full speed of 100 rpm. 10:03, passed Marmion Island light bearing 225° true, distant 0.6 miles, steered various courses through Gastineau Channel. 10:45, changed to various speeds approaching anchorage. 10:50, stopped and anchored in Juneau, Harbor in 18 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Anchorage bearings: Femmer's dock 325° true, Pacific Steamship Company's dock 27° true. 10:55, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Issued 5 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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R. C. Weightman Comdr. - Juneau, Alaska; Mrs. R.C. Weightman same.

L. W. Perkins Lt. Comdr. - Juneau, Alaska; Mrs L.W. Perkins, same.

N. S. Haugen Lieut. (T) - 711 23rd Ave. N., Seattle, Wash. Mrs M. Weibust, 711 23rd Ave., N., Seattle, Wn. Phone EA 7362

A. J. Craig Lieut. (jg)(T) - Mrs. Jean A. Craig - Juneau, Alaska, Phone 1501.

William Bowman Ensign (T) - On board = Mother - Mrs. J. Bowman, 949 Amalia Ave., Los Angeles, Cal.

G. A. Lurie AA Surg USPHS - On board - Brother, Albert Lurie, 1810 Blue Island Ave., Chicago, Ill

A. B. Eriksen Boatswain - On board = Wife = Mrs. Ella Eriksen = 233 Graham Hotel, Seattle, Wash.

H. W. Parker Gunner (T) - Juneau = Alaska, Mrs. Nora F. Parker, wife, Juneau, Alaska.

C. C. Jones Machinist (T) - On board = wife China Belle Jones

E. E. Johnson Carpenter (T) - On board.

F. B. Cottrell Pay Clerk (T) - On board. Mrs Anna B. Cottrell (wife), residing at Spickett Apartments, Juneau, Aa.


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LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1927


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Goodrick Gimferona Hospital Dupen Reported Erbland Powell Anderson Petrich Baptie Gaviola Left on Leave Erbland Dr. Lurie Discharged Babin Reported Layman


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1 September 1927

juneau harbor alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Anchored in Juneau Harbor, Alaska in 18 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned no absentees. 8:00, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, returned from leave of absence on time. 8:00, Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Lea J. Baptie, F 1c, Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, returned from authorized absence. 8:00, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, reported on board for duty from the CYGAN; authority Northwestern Division dispatch 9930-1120 (August). A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T)

John G. Erbland, PhM 1c - returned from leave of absence on time

Prendy Powell, QM 1c - 8:00, Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Lea J. Baptie, F 1c, Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, returned from authorized absence

Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c - 8:00, Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Lea J. Baptie, F 1c, Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, returned from authorized absence

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - 8:00, Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Lea J. Baptie, F 1c, Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, returned from authorized absence

Lea J. Baptie, F 1c - 8:00, Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Lea J. Baptie, F 1c, Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, returned from authorized absence

Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c - 8:00, Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Lea J. Baptie, F 1c, Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, returned from authorized absence

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - 8:00, Prendy Powell, QM 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Lea J. Baptie, F 1c, Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, returned from authorized absence

Roy L. Layman, RM 2c - reported on board for duty from the CYGAN; authority Northwestern Division dispatch 9930-1120 (August)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:20 began preparations for getting underway. 10:00 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 10:15 hove up anchor and stood various courses at various speeds for Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock where moored at 10:20. 12:30 officers and crew received their pay for the month of August 1927. * Issued Ordinary discharge # 25874 to Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c by reason of indesirability; paid in full to date including mileage allowance to place of enlistment. 1:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Deck force employed cleaning about the main deck. Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c and Ray Warner Sea 1c were assigned to mess duty in place of George T. Cooper Sea 2c and Jesse L. Burton Sea 2c who were relieved. Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c - Issued Ordinary discharge # 25874 to Howard H. Babin, Sea 2c by reason of indesirability; paid in full to date including mileage allowance to place of enlistment

Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c - Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c and Ray Warner Sea 1c were assigned to mess duty in place of George T. Cooper Sea 2c and Jesse L. Burton Sea 2c who were relieved

Ray Warner Sea 1c - Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c and Ray Warner Sea 1c were assigned to mess duty in place of George T. Cooper Sea 2c and Jesse L. Burton Sea 2c who were relieved

George T. Cooper Sea 2c - Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c and Ray Warner Sea 1c were assigned to mess duty in place of George T. Cooper Sea 2c and Jesse L. Burton Sea 2c who were relieved

Jesse L. Burton Sea 2c - Jesse H. Petrich, Sea 1c and Ray Warner Sea 1c were assigned to mess duty in place of George T. Cooper Sea 2c and Jesse L. Burton Sea 2c who were relieved

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 8:00 AA Surgeon G.A. Lurie USPHS left on 30 days leave of absence. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

AA Surgeon G.A. Lurie USPHS - left on 30 days leave of absence

*1:00 John G. Erbland, PhM 1c left the ship on 9 days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer.

John G. Erbland, PhM 1c - left the ship on 9 days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Goodrick Gimferona Erbland Dr. Lurie Left on Leave Scott Baptie Hospital Dupen


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2 September 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held fire and collision drill followed by quarters. At 10:00am Lea J. Baptie, F 1c, left on a five (5) days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. At 1:00pm Walter Scott, Sea 1c, left on three (3) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. At 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Deck force held field day, scrubbed canvas and paint work about upper deck. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Lea J. Baptie, F 1c - left on a five (5) days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

Walter Scott, Sea 1c - left on three (3) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Goodrick Gimferona Erbland Dr. Lurie Scott Baptie Hospital Dupen


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3 September 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. 9:30, made preparations for getting underway. 10:25, let go lines from dock and stood out into harbor on various courses and speeds. 10:30, anchored in Juneau Harbor in 19 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor, Anchorage bearings: Capitol Dome 344° true, Pacific Steamship Company's dock 40° true. 10:35, Commanding Officer inspected the ship throughout. 1:00, granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. Deck force employed preparing for inspection and handling lines. A.J. Craig; Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Gimferona Erbland Dr. Lurie Scott Baptie Hospital Dupen Returned Goodrick


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4 September 1927

juneau harbor

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Juneau Harbor in 19 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00, liberty party returned; no absentees. 10:00 Charles Goodrick GM 1c returned from 4 day's leave of absence on time. 11:00 granted liberty to one watch until 10:00AM tomorrow. Crew observed Sunday. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles Goodrick GM 1c - returned from 4 day's leave of absence on time

4:00PM Anchored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Gimferona Erbland Dr. Lurie Scott Baptie Hospital Dupen


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5 September 1927

juneau harbor

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Anchored in Juneau Harbor in 19 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Observed Labor Day. Quarters and drills omitted on account of Labor Day. At 10:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Gimferona Erbland Dr. Lurie Baptie Hospital Dupen Returned Scott Left on Leave Saar Hunt


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6 September 1927

BOARDED AND EXAMINED THE FOLLOWING AMERICAN MOTOR BOATS. Name. Home Port. Master. Trade. Cargo. NEBRASKA Juneau Ivor Stulpe Fishing Light. ANNY Juneau Jimmie Marks Fishing Light. ROBERT BARRON Angoon Albert Korkesh Fishing Light. KATHERINE Sitka Dick Harris Fishing Light. PACIFIC Juneau C. Geddes Coasting Light. MORNING CATCH Juneau Fred Lawrence Fishing Light. AMERICA FIRST Juneau John Haho Coasting Light. JAY Sumdum Julius Hineman Farm Tender Light. VIOLA Seattle Francis Joseph Coasting Light. JUDGE Juneau Dan Gallagher Coasting Light. GRUBSTAKE II Juneau Able Anderson Coasting Light. MAGELLAN Juneau Charles Sinclair Coasting Light. ADA MAY Ketchikan J. Boyce Coasting Light. TYPHOON Seattle S.B. Hayden Coasting Light. MURRELET Pinta Bay H. Patterson Coasting Light. 107 U Juneau Harold Grimstad Fishing Fish. 637 U (Snipe) Juneau Chris Molver Fishing Light. 126 U (Maydell) Juneau No one on board. 385 U Ketchikan J.R. Reynolds Fishing Light. T 115 Juneau Robert E. Jones Trade Light. T 1306 Douglas Herman Sarikoo Fishing Light. PRINCETON - - - - - - - No one on board. CATHERINE D. No one on board. GLORIA No one on board. MAY FLOWERS No one on board. ISLANDER No one on board. CONSTANCE No one on board. YAKOBI No one on board. VENTURA No one on board. DIANA No one on board. CROSS SOUND No one on board. QUEEN No one on board. T 444 (Jennie) No one on board. T 11 No one on board. T 485 No one on board. T 1383 No one on board. U 41 (Hicks) No one on board. T 82 No one on board. T 186 No one on board. T 21 No one on board. The above named motorboats were boarded at dock; found no violations of motorboat or navigation laws. Called attention of the above named masters of motorboats to the provisions of inclosures noted in Commander, Northwestern Division's letter dated August 25, 1927 (64 - 621 - 601), relative to status of United States fishing vessels in Canadian waters. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T). Boarding Officer.


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6 September 1927

juneau harbor alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Juneau Harbor, Alaska in 19 fathoms of water, 60 fathoms chain, starboard anchor. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30, held quarters, followed by gun, signal and resuscitation drills. 10:00, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, returned from leave of absence on time. 1:00, Boarding Officer left the ship. 1:30, shipped powder samples for surveillance test to Naval Ammunition Depot, Puget Sound, Washington, Via Pacific Steamship Co. on Govt. Bill of Lading T210237. 3:00, Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, and Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, left the ship each on two days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Deck force employed spotting paint on the ship's sides and cleaning about the main and spar decks. 4:00, Boarding Officer returned. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Walter Scott, Sea 1c - returned from leave of absence on time

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - 3:00, Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, and Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, left the ship each on two days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c - 3:00, Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, and Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, left the ship each on two days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Gimferona Erbland Dr. Lurie Saar Hunt Hospital Dupen Returned Baptie

coal: 194880 - Coal Received 194880 Expended 10500 On hand 487980

coal: 194880 -


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7 September 1927

juneau harbor

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Juneau Harbor in 19 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Carried out the morning routine. 7:30, made preparations for getting underway. 8:00, liberty party returned on time except Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c. 8:20, Lea J. Baptie, F 1c, returned from leave of absence on time. 8:40, heaved up anchor and steamed on various courses and speeds to the Municipal Wharf where moored at 8:45. 8:55, received from the Alaska Steamship Co. current class III, IV and V requisition stores on Govt. bill of lading No. T-534659 and 1 Dumbell for refirgerating machine on Govt. bill of lading No. T-534909. 9:00, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, returned from one hour's absence without leave. At end of watch receiving fresh water, requisition stores noted above and commissary stores. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c - 8:00, liberty party returned on time except Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c

Lea J. Baptie, F 1c - returned from leave of absence on time

Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c - returned from one hour's absence without leave

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:05 let go lines from dock and stood various courses for the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock where moored at 10:20. Made preparations for coaling ship. Ship's draft before coaling: forward 13 feet 8 inches, aft 14 feet 0 inches. 10:50 first coal came on board. Deck force employed handling stores and coaling ship. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:18 finished coaling ship, having received 87 long tons of coal. 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

coal: 87 long tons - 4:18 finished coaling ship, having received 87 long tons of coal


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Dr. Lurie Erbland Gimferona Saar Hunt Hospital Dupen


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8 September 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. Crew employed cleaning ship after coaling. 8:00 liberty party returned no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Deck force employed unpacking stores on current requisition, cleaning boats and washing paint work about spar deck. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 1:00pm, held fire and collision drill followed by quarters. At 3:00pm the Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments: Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, to lose one liberty, for absence over leave as noted in log of September 7. The following men for failure to turn out when called; William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c and George T. Cooper, Sea 2c, each to lose one liberty and perform 1/2 hour extra duty, Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c absent from quarters this date, excused and warned against repetition. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c - At 3:00pm the Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments: Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, to lose one liberty, for absence over leave as noted in log of September 7. The following men for failure to turn out when called; William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c and George T. Cooper, Sea 2c, each to lose one liberty and perform 1/2 hour extra duty, Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c absent from quarters this date, excused and warned against repetition

Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c - At 3:00pm the Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments: Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, to lose one liberty, for absence over leave as noted in log of September 7. The following men for failure to turn out when called; William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c and George T. Cooper, Sea 2c, each to lose one liberty and perform 1/2 hour extra duty, Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c absent from quarters this date, excused and warned against repetition

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - At 3:00pm the Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments: Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, to lose one liberty, for absence over leave as noted in log of September 7. The following men for failure to turn out when called; William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c and George T. Cooper, Sea 2c, each to lose one liberty and perform 1/2 hour extra duty, Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c absent from quarters this date, excused and warned against repetition

George T. Cooper, Sea 2c - At 3:00pm the Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments: Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, to lose one liberty, for absence over leave as noted in log of September 7. The following men for failure to turn out when called; William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c and George T. Cooper, Sea 2c, each to lose one liberty and perform 1/2 hour extra duty, Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c absent from quarters this date, excused and warned against repetition

Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c - At 3:00pm the Commanding Officer held mast and awarded the following punishments: Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, to lose one liberty, for absence over leave as noted in log of September 7. The following men for failure to turn out when called; William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c and George T. Cooper, Sea 2c, each to lose one liberty and perform 1/2 hour extra duty, Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c absent from quarters this date, excused and warned against repetition

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Dr. Lurie Hospital Dupen Returned Erbland Gimferona Saar Hunt


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9 September 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, and Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, who were recalled from leave on account of preparations being made for getting underway, reported on board. 10:00 Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, and Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, returned from leave of absence on time. 10:00, received commissary stores. 11:00, received lumber from the Juneau Lumber Mill. 12:30, sailing orders having been cancelled, John G. Erbland PhM 1c and Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, left on 48 hours liberty. Deck force employed cleaning ship after coaling. Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

John G. Erbland, PhM 1c - 9:00, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, and Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, who were recalled from leave on account of preparations being made for getting underway, reported on board

Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c - 9:00, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, and Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, who were recalled from leave on account of preparations being made for getting underway, reported on board

Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c - 10:00 Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, and Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, returned from leave of absence on time

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - 10:00 Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, and Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, returned from leave of absence on time

John G. Erbland PhM 1c - 12:30, sailing orders having been cancelled, John G. Erbland PhM 1c and Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, left on 48 hours liberty

Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c - 12:30, sailing orders having been cancelled, John G. Erbland PhM 1c and Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, left on 48 hours liberty

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Dr. Lurie Hospital Dupen Left on Leave Mr Cottrell Wheeler


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10 September 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples conditions normal. 10:30 Commanding officer inspected the vessel throughout. 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 1:30 Pay Clerk (T) F.B. Cottrell, and Harold H. Wheeler CMM left the ship on 8 days leave of absence each, granted by the Commanding Officer. Deck force employed cleaning for inspection. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Harold H. Wheeler CMM - 1:30 Pay Clerk (T) F.B. Cottrell, and Harold H. Wheeler CMM left the ship on 8 days leave of absence each, granted by the Commanding Officer

Pay Clerk (T) F.B. Cottrell - 1:30 Pay Clerk (T) F.B. Cottrell, and Harold H. Wheeler CMM left the ship on 8 days leave of absence each, granted by the Commanding Officer

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat 58.47, Long -134.87

Leave Dr. Lurie Mr Cottrell Wheeler Hospital Dupen AWOL Warner.


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11 September 1927

juneau alaska

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5

Midnight to 8:00AM. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. 6:30 found Ray Warner, Sea 1c to be absent without leave. 7:00 John G. Erbland PhM 1c returned from 48 hours liberty on time. 7:30 began preparations for getting underway 7:55 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 8:00 liberty party returned, absentees: Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and T. Gimferona, M.Att 1c. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - 6:30 found Ray Warner, Sea 1c to be absent without leave

John G. Erbland PhM 1c - returned from 48 hours liberty on time

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - 8:00 liberty party returned, absentees: Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and T. Gimferona, M.Att 1c

T. Gimferona, M.Att 1c - 8:00 liberty party returned, absentees: Ray Warner, Sea 1c, and T. Gimferona, M.Att 1c

8:00am to meridian: Moored as above: Inspected magazine temperature normal. 8:10, let go all lines and stood out into Juneau Harbor on various courses at slow speed. 8:15, stopped and sent pulling boat ashore for Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, who was late returning from 48 hours liberty. 8:20, Gimferona reported on board, boat was hoisted; set full speed of 100 rpm and steered various easterly courses through Gastineau Channel. 9:13, Rounded Marmion Island and steered various westerly courses through Stephens Passage. 11:00, East end of Portland Island abeam changed course and steamed through Favorite Channel on various northwesterly courses. In Favorite Channel off Bird Island at end of watch. Deck force employed handling lines and securing gear about decks for sea. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c - 8:15, stopped and sent pulling boat ashore for Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c, who was late returning from 48 hours liberty

Gimferona - 8:20, Gimferona reported on board

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming through Lynn Canal on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. Off Seduction Island at end of watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Steaming through Chilkoot Inlet on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. At 5:50 came alongside dock at Chilkoot Barracks near Haines Alaska. At 7:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. At 11:00pm liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)


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12 September 1927

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Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Chilkoot Barracks dock, Haines, Alaska. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00 held preliminary small arms instruction for firing detail. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:35 Ray Warner, Sea 1c, returned from 29 hours and 5 minutes absence without leave. 12:45, firing detail left for rifle range. Deck force and engineers force engaged in small arms target practice. Quarters and drills omitted on account of target practice. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - returned from 29 hours and 5 minutes absence without leave

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 5:45, firing details returned from rifle range. 7:00, granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm, at which time liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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13 September 1927

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Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Chilkoot Barracks dock at Haines, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 7:45, firing details left the ship for rifle range. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 12:00 firing details returned from rifle range for lunch and left for rifle range again at 12:50pm. Crew engaged in small arms target practice. Omitted quarters and drills on account of small arms target practice. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

4:00PM to midnight Moored as above. 5:00 Range party returned. 6:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM. 11:00PM liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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14 September 1927

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Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Army dock at Haines Alaska. Carried out the morning routine 7:45 range party left the ship. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 11:30am firing details returned from target practice. Omitted firing during afternoon on account of inclement weather. Crew engaged in small arms target practice and during the afternoon deck force unshipped and stowed boat boom and performed other various work. Quarters and drills omitted on account of small arms target practice and inclement weather. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 6:30 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm at which time liberty party returned, no absentees. At 7:30pm, Curtis W. Jansey, Sea 1c was placed on the binnacle list. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

Curtis W. Jansey, Sea 1c - was placed on the binnacle list


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15 September 1927

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Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to US Army wharf, Chilkoot Barracks, Haines, Alaska. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00 sent detail to rifle range to repair targets. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 1:00, held fire drill and collision drill followed by quarters. 1:30, firing details left for rifle range. 2:45, Firing details returned from rifle range, being unable to fire on account of unfavorable weather. Deck force employed cleaning about the main and spar decks. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 6:00, granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm at which time liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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16 September 1927

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Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the US Army wharf at Chilkoot Barracks, Haines, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 7:40, firing details left for the rifle range. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:20, firing details returned from rifle range. 12:40, firing details left for the rifle range. Quarters and drills omitted on account of small arms target practice. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above 5:00 firing details returned from rifle range. 5:30 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM. 11:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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17 September 1927

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Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the US Army wharf, Chilkoot Baracks, Haines, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 7:40 firing detail left the ship for the rifle range. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. At 11:00 firing detail returned from rifle range, all small arms target practice having been completed. The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Charles Goodrick, GM 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Max H. Kearns, CRM - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Roy L. Layman, RM 2c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

John F. Koseba, MM 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Walter Scott, Sea 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

John G. Erbland, PhM 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Allan L. Lundberg, CBM - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Alois Ulrich, Com. Std. - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Joe Fields, F 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Eric A. Anderson, F 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

George V. Holton, CM 2c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Carl H. Widell, QM 3c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

David W. Herr, Cox. - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Donald McGregor, WT 2c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

George L. Grabbe, QM 3c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

George W. Woodward, Sea 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c - The following named enlisted men qualified Sharpshooters, according to requirements of US Navy course "A" and are entitled to additional compensation as prescribed in Circular letter 10, paragraphs 44 and 46, Regulations: Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, Max H. Kearns, CRM, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, Roy L. Layman, RM 2c, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, Walter Scott, Sea 1c, Allan L. Lundberg, CBM, Charles V. Rudolph, Y 1c, Alois Ulrich, Com. Std., Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, Joe Fields, F 1c, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, Eric A. Anderson, F 1c, Roland T. Ward, Sea 1c, George V. Holton, CM 2c, Carl H. Widell, QM 3c, Harold L. Stabler, Y 1c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, David W. Herr, Cox., Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, Donald McGregor, WT 2c, George L. Grabbe, QM 3c, George W. Woodward, Sea 1c, Anthon V. Josey, Sea 1c, and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c.

commanding officer inspection omitted on account of target practice. At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as follows: Ray Warner, Sea 1c, for being absent without leave as noted in Sept. 12, 1927, to be tried by deck court, Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c returning late from leave of absence, September 11, warning. At 1:00pm granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as follows: Ray Warner, Sea 1c, for being absent without leave as noted in Sept. 12, 1927, to be tried by deck court, Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c returning late from leave of absence, September 11, warning

Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c - At 11:30 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as follows: Ray Warner, Sea 1c, for being absent without leave as noted in Sept. 12, 1927, to be tried by deck court, Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c returning late from leave of absence, September 11, warning


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4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. The following men completed extra duty awarded by Commanding Officer September 8: William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c, and William J. Cooper, Sea 2c. At 11:00pm liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - The following men completed extra duty awarded by Commanding Officer September 8: William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c, and William J. Cooper, Sea 2c

Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c - The following men completed extra duty awarded by Commanding Officer September 8: William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c, and William J. Cooper, Sea 2c

William J. Cooper, Sea 2c - The following men completed extra duty awarded by Commanding Officer September 8: William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Frederick W. Shepherd, Sea 2c, and William J. Cooper, Sea 2c

* Ray Warner, Sea 1c, having been absent from duty without leave for a period of more than 24 hours and less than 48 hours such absence not being excused by the commanding officer, no pay accrues for one day

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - having been absent from duty without leave for a period of more than 24 hours and less than 48 hours such absence not being excused by the commanding officer, no pay accrues for one day


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haines alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Dr. Lurie Mr. Cottrell Wheeler Hospital Dupen


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18 September 1927

haines alaska

Lat 35.7, Long -5.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to US Army wharf, Chilkoot Barracks, Haines, Alaska. Deck force carried out regular Sunday morning routine. At 8:30 made preparations to get underway. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:05, let go lines and stood out of Haines Harbor and down Chilkoot Inlet on various southeasterly courses at full speed of 100 rpm. 11:38, passed Sherman Point buoy 1.2 miles off. Deck force secured gear about decks for sea. Observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Steaming on various courses through Lynn Canal, Favorite Channel and Stephens Passage at full speed of 100 rpm. 12:15 slowed to 85 rpm at end of watch 1/2 mile off inner point. Crew observed Sunday. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming on various courses through Stephens Passage and Gastineau Channel at three quarters speed of 85 rpm. At 6:30 came alongside Fenner's Dock, Juneau, Alaska. At 7:00pm granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Dr. Lurie Returned Mr. Cottrell Wheeler Dupen Left on leave Wheeler.


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19 September 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Femmer dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:00 held boat drill under oars. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00, Pay Clerk (T) F.B. Cottrell and Harold H. Wheeler, CMM returned from 8 days leave of absence. 9:30, Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c returned from St. Anna (USPHS) Hospital and was placed on the binnacle list. 12:50 Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c, left the ship without permission. * Received commissary stores. Deck force employed handling stores and painting about the weather deck. Quarters omitted on account of handling stores and painting ship. 3:00 Harold H. Wheeler, CMM left on 17 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Pay Clerk (T) F.B. Cottrell - 9:00, Pay Clerk (T) F.B. Cottrell and Harold H. Wheeler, CMM returned from 8 days leave of absence

Harold H. Wheeler, CMM - 9:00, Pay Clerk (T) F.B. Cottrell and Harold H. Wheeler, CMM returned from 8 days leave of absence

Walter J. Dupen, Sea 2c - returned from St. Anna (USPHS) Hospital and was placed on the binnacle list

Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c - left the ship without permission

Harold H. Wheeler, CMM - left on 17 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

*1:30 Ray Warner Sea, 1c, tried by deck court for offense noted Sept. 12, 1927, sentenced to forfeit 10 days pay amounting to $18.00, in accordance with article 12 Coast Guard Courts and Boards: sentence approved by convening authority. AJC

Ray Warner Sea, 1c - tried by deck court for offense noted Sept. 12, 1927, sentenced to forfeit 10 days pay amounting to $18.00, in accordance with article 12 Coast Guard Courts and Boards: sentence approved by convening authority

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Dr. Lurie Wheeler


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20 September 1927

through stephens passage and frederick sound

Lat 59.0, Long -2.7

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Femmer dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 7:30 began preparations for getting underway. 7:55 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. 12:30 Tomas Gaviola M.Att 2c returned aboard having 11 hours 5 minutes absent without leave. 8:05 let go lines from dock and stood various courses for the Pacific Steamship Company's dock where moored at 8:15. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Tomas Gaviola M.Att 2c - returned aboard having 11 hours 5 minutes absent without leave

9:00AM to Meridian. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 let go lines from dock and stood various courses down Gastineau Channel and Stephens Passage on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. 12:00 off Point Styleman. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- On various southeasterly courses through Stephens Passage and Frederick Sound at full speed of 100 rpm. Deck force employed painting spar deck rail and waterways. 2:57, passed McDonald Rock buoy bearing 73° true distant 1.8 miles. 3:00, held abandon ship drill. 3:10, held general quarters. 3:10, reduced to slow speed of 50 rpm and steered various courses, swinging ship for compass deviations. At end of watch swinging ship, to southward of McDonald Rock. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Steered various courses swinging ship off Sail Island, speed 50 rpm. At 4:35 finished swinging ship and stood various southerly courses through Stephens Passage and Frederick Sound at full speed of 100 rpm. At 6:50 slow speed and stood in Portage Bay on various courses. At 7:15 anchored in Portage Bay, Alaska, in 8 fathoms of water and 30 fathoms chani starboard anchor. Anchorage bearings: Dry Cove Mountain, 218° true Stop Island, 158° true. Issued 10 night rations to the engineers force N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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portage cove alaska

Lat 38.5, Long -28.6

Leave Dr. Lurie Wheeler


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21 September 1927

out of portage bay

Lat 56.0, Long -132.6

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Portage Cove, Alaska, in 8 fathoms water, 30 fathoms chain, starboard anchor. At 6:00 deck force engaged painting about spar deck. At 8:45 made preparations to get underway. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

9:00AM to Meridian. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:10 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 9:20 hove up anchor and stood out of Portage Bay on various courses at various speeds. 9:43 set full speed of 100 rpm. 11:45 entered Wrangell Narrows. 11:47 slowed to half speed take soundings. 11:54 resumed full speed. 12:00 In Wrangell Narrows off Petersburg. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm: On various courses through Wrangell Narrows at full speed of 100 rpm. Between 1:30 and 1:45 steamed at various speeds, while passing dredging equipment, Anchor Point to Burnt Island. 2:00 Lee Fulgencio, M.Att 2c placed on the binnacle list for treatment of a disorder which is the result of his own misconduct, no pay accrues on or after this date. 2:18 passed Vichnefski Rock light 0.7 mile off, steered various courses through Sumner Strait, Snow Passage and Clarence Strait. * In Clarence Strait off Shrubby Island at end of watch. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck. *3:30 held quarters followed by resuscitation drill. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Lee Fulgencio, M.Att 2c - placed on the binnacle list for treatment of a disorder which is the result of his own misconduct, no pay accrues on or after this date

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steaming through Clarence Strait on various courses, speed 100 rpm. At 6:10 stood in for Ratz Harbor, Alaska, where anchored at 6:15 in 13 fathoms of water, 45 fathoms chain, port anchor. Anchorage bearings: Beacon, 2° true, Ratz Point, 71° true. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. Issued 10 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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ratz harbor southeast alaska

Lat 54.3, Long -130.3

Leave Dr Lurie Wheeler


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22 September 1927

through kinahan passage and into prince rupert harbor

Lat 21.4, Long 16.7

Midnight to 4:00am:- At anchor in Ratz Harbor, Alaska in 13 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. 2:00, commenced preparations for getting underway 2:50, heaved up anchor and stood out of Ratz Harbor on various courses at various speeds. 2:59 set full speed of 100 rpm. 3:47, passed Narrow Point light bearing 238° true, distant 1.2 miles. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- On various courses through Clarence Strait and Tongass Narrows, at full speed of 100 rpm. Watch ended in Tongass Narrows off Ketchikan. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00AM to Meridian Steaming on various courses through Tongass Narrows and Revillagigedo Channel at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed holystoning the spar deck. 11:55 Passed Tree Point light bearing 51° true 1.6 miles off. 12:00 off Tree Point William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Meridian to 4:00pm:- On various courses through Main Channel and Chatham Sound at full speed of 100 rpm. 1:42, passed Pointer Rocks light bearing 37° true, distant 1.0 mile. 3:28, passed Lucy Island light bearing 279° true, distant 1.1 miles. Deck force holystoning the spar deck. Quarters and drills omitted on account of general cleaning of the ship. Fog set in during latter part of watch. Off Petrel Rocks buoy at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Stood various courses through Kinahan Passage and into Prince Rupert Harbor at full speed of 100 rpm. At 5:00pm anchored in Prince Rupert Harbor, BC in 19 fathoms of water, using 45 fathoms chain, starboard anchor. Anchorage bearings: NE end CTP wharf, 89° true, South end 209° true. At 6:00 granted liberty to one section until 9:00pm. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00PM to Midnight Anchored as above. 9:00 liberty party returned except Max H Kearns CRM, Roy L. Layman RM 2c, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c and John Koseba, MM 1c. 9:00 granted liberty the

Max H Kearns CRM - 9:00 liberty party returned except Max H Kearns CRM, Roy L. Layman RM 2c, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c and John Koseba, MM 1c

Roy L. Layman RM 2c - 9:00 liberty party returned except Max H Kearns CRM, Roy L. Layman RM 2c, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c and John Koseba, MM 1c

Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c - 9:00 liberty party returned except Max H Kearns CRM, Roy L. Layman RM 2c, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c and John Koseba, MM 1c

John Koseba, MM 1c - 9:00 liberty party returned except Max H Kearns CRM, Roy L. Layman RM 2c, Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c and John Koseba, MM 1c


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other watch until midnight. 12:00 liberty party returned; * 12:00 Max H. Kearns CRM and John F. Koseba MM 1c returned aboard each having been three hours absent without leave. Absentees Roy L. Layman RM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Max H. Kearns CRM - 12:00 Max H. Kearns CRM and John F. Koseba MM 1c returned aboard each having been three hours absent without leave

John F. Koseba MM 1c - 12:00 Max H. Kearns CRM and John F. Koseba MM 1c returned aboard each having been three hours absent without leave

Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c - Absentees Roy L. Layman RM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c

Roy L. Layman RM 2c - Absentees Roy L. Layman RM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c


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georgia rock buoy bc

Lat 36.1, Long -5.3

Leave Dr. Lurie. Wheeler.


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23 September 1927

out of prince rupert harbor

Lat 36.1, Long -5.3

Midnight to 9:00AM Anchored in Prince Rupert harbor in 19 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Carried out the morning routine. 12:50 Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c returned aboard having been absent without leave 3 hours and 50 minutes. 7:45 George I. Anne Eng 1c was placed on the binnacle list. * 8:00 Commanding Officer went ashore to confer with the US Consul and to arrange for medical treatment of George I. Anne, Eng 2c. 8:45 Dr. Fremaine, came aboard to examine the above man. *he having been injured, as the result of falling over a bank, while ashore on liberty at Prince Rupert, BC. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c - 12:50 Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c returned aboard having been absent without leave 3 hours and 50 minutes

Roy L. Layman, RM 2c - 12:50 Roy L. Layman, RM 2c and Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c returned aboard having been absent without leave 3 hours and 50 minutes

George I. Anne Eng 1c - was placed on the binnacle list

George I. Anne, Eng 2c - 8:00 Commanding Officer went ashore to confer with the US Consul and to arrange for medical treatment of George I. Anne, Eng 2c

Dr. Fremaine - 8:45 Dr. Fremaine, came aboard to examine the above man

9:00AM to Meridian Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:10 began preparation for getting underway. 10:30 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 11:10 Commanding officer returned. 11:20 hove up anchor and stood various courses out of Prince Rupert Harbor at full speed of 100 rpm. Deck force employed holystoning in the cockpit and painting about the spar deck. 12:00 off Georgia Rock. 11:30 Commanding officer held mast and directed that Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c be tried by deck court for offense noted Sept, 19, 1927. and directed that Wesley G Rhodes SC 2c and Roy L. Layman RM 2c be tried by deck court for offense noted in this morning's watch. Max H. Kearns, CRM and John F. Koseba, MM 1c were restricted to the limits of the vessel for 7 and 6 days respectively for offense noted in 8:00PM to mid watch of Sept 22 1927. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c - 11:30 Commanding officer held mast and directed that Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c be tried by deck court for offense noted Sept, 19, 1927. and directed that Wesley G Rhodes SC 2c and Roy L. Layman RM 2c be tried by deck court for offense noted in this morning's watch

Wesley G Rhodes SC 2c - 11:30 Commanding officer held mast and directed that Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c be tried by deck court for offense noted Sept, 19, 1927. and directed that Wesley G Rhodes SC 2c and Roy L. Layman RM 2c be tried by deck court for offense noted in this morning's watch

Roy L. Layman RM 2c - 11:30 Commanding officer held mast and directed that Tomas Gaviola, M.Att 2c be tried by deck court for offense noted Sept, 19, 1927. and directed that Wesley G Rhodes SC 2c and Roy L. Layman RM 2c be tried by deck court for offense noted in this morning's watch

John F. Koseba, MM 1c - Max H. Kearns, CRM and John F. Koseba, MM 1c were restricted to the limits of the vessel for 7 and 6 days respectively for offense noted in 8:00PM to mid watch of Sept 22 1927

Max H. Kearns, CRM - Max H. Kearns, CRM and John F. Koseba, MM 1c were restricted to the limits of the vessel for 7 and 6 days respectively for offense noted in 8:00PM to mid watch of Sept 22 1927

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Various courses through Malacca and Arthur Passages and Grenville Channel at full speed of 100 rpm. 3:57 passed Klewnuggit light 500 yards off. Deck force employed cleaning about the main deck, holystoning the cockpit deck, painting about the spar deck and painting the quartermaster's room. Quarters and drills omitted on account of general cleaning of the ship. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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through grenville channel wright sound and fraser reach

Lat 53.2, Long -128.8

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- On various courses through Grenville Channel, Wright Sound and Fraser Reach, at full speed of 100 rpm. Watch ended off Elephant Head in Fraser Reach. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00PM to Midnight. Steaming on various courses through Fraser and Graham Reaches at full speed of 100 rpm. 8:48 slowed to half speed. 9:10 increased to full speed of 100 rpm. 10:10 headed into Swanson Bay where anchored at 10:25 in 20 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the Port anchor. Anchored on the following bearings. West Point 270° true, large house 0 true. Issued 15 night rations to the engineer's force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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off safety cove bc

Lat 51.5, Long -127.9

Leave Dr. Lurie Wheeler


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24 September 1927

through finlayson channel milbank sound seaforth channel main passage and lama passage

Lat 52.6, Long -128.5

Midnight to 4:00am. At anchor in Swanson Bay, British Columbia, in 20 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. 12:45, prepared to get underway. 1:10, heaved up anchor and stood out of Swanson Bay and southerly through Graham Reach at half speed of 70 rpm. 1:15, increased to full speed of 100 rpm. 1:57, reduced to half speed passing north end of Sarah Island. 2:05, full speed of 100 rpm. 3:17, rounded Boat Bluff light, steamed on various southerly courses through Finlayson Channel. 3:50, passed south end of Cone Island. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- On various courses through Finlayson Channel, Milbank Sound, Seaforth Channel, Main Passage and Lama Passage, at full speed of 100 rpm. Watch ended off Cliff Bluff. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00AM to Meridian. Steaming on various courses through Lama Passage and Finlayson Channel at full speed of 100 rpm. 9:00 set all clocks ahead 30 minutes. 8:00 Curtis W. Jansey was returned to duty. 11:00 held general muster followed by inspection of ship by commanding officer. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Deck force employed cleaning for inspection. Watch ended off Safety Cove. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Curtis W. Jansey - was returned to duty

Meridian to 4:00pm. Various courses through Queen Charlotte Sound and New Channel at full speed of 100 rpm. 1:45, set ships clocks ahead 30 minutes now keeping plus eighth zone time. 3:50, passed Pine Island light bearing 50° true, one half mile off. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight:- On various courses through New Channel, Christie Passage, Goletas Channel Queen Charlotte Strait and Broughton Strait. At 8:00 stood in for Alert Bay, British Columbia on various courses, where anchored at 8:10 in 9 fathoms of water, using 30 fathoms chain, starboard anchor. Anchorage bearings: Saw mill, 12° true, Cannery wharf 71° true. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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off cape mudge bc

Lat 50.0, Long -125.2

Leave Dr Lurie Wheeler


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25 September 1927

through georgia strait

Lat 50.5, Long -36.8

Midnight to 4:00am:- At anchor in Alert Bay, British Columbia in 9 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. 1:30, prepared to get underway. 2:05, heaved up anchor and stood out of Alert Bay and through Johnstone Strait on various easterly courses at full speed of 100 rpm. 3:32, passed Cracroft Island light bearing 20° true, distant 0.7 miles. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steered various easterly courses through Johnstone Strait at full speed of 100 rpm. Watch ended off Bear Point. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

8:00AM to Meridian. On various courses through Johnstone Strait, Discovery Passage and Seymour Narrows at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:17 slow speed. 10:30 increased to half speed. 10:34 increased to 3/4 speed. 10:35 increased to full speed. 10:40 Passed thru Seymour Narrows. 11:40 Cape Mudge bearing 47° true 0.6 mile off set course of 108° PSC down Georgia Strait. Crew observed Sunday. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- On course 108° psc through Georgia Strait, to 3:00 then various courses, speed 100 rpm. 3:53, passed The Sisters light bearing 238° true distant 0.7 miles. Observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Steered various southeasterly courses through Georgia Strait, at full speed of 100 rpm. Watch ended Thrasher Rock light bearing 115° true, distant 4.5 mi. N.S. Haugen, Lt. (T).

8:00PM to Midnight On course 101 through Georgia Strait at full speed of 100 rpm. 11:16 Matia Id Light abeam changed to various courses through Rosario Strait. 12:00 off Pea Pod rocks in Rosario Strait. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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off point no point

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

Leave Dr Lurie Wheeler L. Hospital Anne Stanley Fulgencio.


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26 September 1927

out of port townsend harbor into admiralty inlet

Lat 48.1, Long -122.8

Midnight to 4:00am:- On various courses through Rosario Strait at full speed of 100 rpm. 2:45, passed Wilson Point light bearing 234° true distant 1.1 miles and stood into Port Townsend on various courses. 3:05, stopped and anchored in Port Townsend in 10 fathoms of water to 30 fathoms of chain on the port anchor. Anchored on the following bearings, City Wharf 8° true, Hudson Point 8° true. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- Anchored as above. At 4:30 made preparations to get underway. At 5:10 heaved up anchor and stood in for US Coast Guard dock, Port Townsend, Wn. where made fast at 5:50am. At 6:15 sent the following men to US Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn. for medical treatment: George I. Anne, Eng. 2c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Curtis W. Jansey, Sea 1c and Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c. At 7:25 underway and stood out Port Townsend Harbor on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. At 7:45 off Marrowstone Light, turned around and stood in for anchorage in Port Townsend Harbor on account of thick fog. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

George I. Anne, Eng. 2c - At 6:15 sent the following men to US Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn. for medical treatment: George I. Anne, Eng. 2c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Curtis W. Jansey, Sea 1c and Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c

Curtis W. Jansey, Sea 1c - At 6:15 sent the following men to US Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn. for medical treatment: George I. Anne, Eng. 2c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Curtis W. Jansey, Sea 1c and Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c

Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c - At 6:15 sent the following men to US Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn. for medical treatment: George I. Anne, Eng. 2c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Curtis W. Jansey, Sea 1c and Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c

Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c - At 6:15 sent the following men to US Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn. for medical treatment: George I. Anne, Eng. 2c, Robert H. Stanley, Sea 1c, Curtis W. Jansey, Sea 1c and Lee M. Fulgencio, M.Att 2c

8:00AM to Meridian. * On various courses at various speeds for anchorage 8:15 stopped and anchored in 9 fathoms of water veering to 30 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor in Port Townsend harbor. Anchored on the following bearings, Oil dock 332° true, Point Hudson 17° true 9:15 hove anchor and stood various courses at various speeds, near dock 9:45 Curtis W. Jansey Sea 1c returned aboard from Hospital. 9:50 set full speed of 100 rpm and stood out of Port Townsend Harbor into Admiralty Inlet. Deck force employed washing paint work about spar deck. 12:00 off Point No Point. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Curtis W. Jansey Sea 1c - returned aboard from Hospital

*Inspected magazine, temperature normal.


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26 September 1927

through admiralty inlet

Lat 48.8, Long -123.0

(Continued)

Meridian to 4:00pm. On various courses through Admiralty Inlet at full speed of 100 rpm. 1:00 held general quarters followed by gun drill. 1:17 rounded West Point into Elliott Bay. 1:50, changed to various speeds. 2:10, Moored to south side of Pacific Coast Coal Company's south bunker. 3:00, Hauled ship with lines to north side of bunker. 3:30, hauled ship back to south side of bunker where secured. 4:00, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Dr Lurie Wheeler Hospital Anne Stanley Fulgencio. AWOL Lewis Enlisted Howell Discharged Chandler Left on Leave A.B. Eriksen A.J. Craig Deserted Petrich

coal: 358400 - Coal Received 358400 Expended 8400 On hand 500200

coal: 358400 -


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27 September 1927

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's south bunker. Carried out the morning routine, prepared to coal ship. Draft before coaling 12'6" forward, 14'3" aft. 8:00, liberty party returned except William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, and Ted Lewis, F 2c, who are absent without leave from this time. 8:15 first coal came aboard. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - 8:00, liberty party returned except William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, and Ted Lewis, F 2c, who are absent without leave from this time

Ted Lewis, F 2c - 8:00, liberty party returned except William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, and Ted Lewis, F 2c, who are absent without leave from this time

Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c - 8:00, liberty party returned except William O. Koski, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, and Ted Lewis, F 2c, who are absent without leave from this time

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 Edward Morrison, SC 2c failed to return from watch standers liberty and is absent from this time. 9:30 stopped coaling ship having received 120 long tons of coal. Ships draft 14 feet 2 inches forward; 14 feet 7 inches aft. Ordinarily discharged Philip S. Chandler, F 2c by reason of medical survey. Paid in full to date. ** 1:20 Edward W. Morrison, SC 2c returned aboard having been 4 hours and 20 minutes absent without leave. Received books and blanks on current requisition. 3:10 began coaling ship. 4:00 finished coaling ship having received in all a total of 160 long tons of coal. Ships draft after coaling: forward 14 feet 9 inches aft 14 feet 5 inches. Deck force employed coalingship. Enlisted Robert Howell as Sea 2c for a period of 3 years on a special temporary enlistment. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - failed to return from watch standers liberty and is absent from this time

coal: 120 long tons - 9:30 stopped coaling ship having received 120 long tons of coal

Philip S. Chandler, F 2c - Ordinarily discharged Philip S. Chandler, F 2c by reason of medical survey. Paid in full to date

Edward W. Morrison, SC 2c - returned aboard having been 4 hours and 20 minutes absent without leave

coal: 160 long tons - 4:00 finished coaling ship having received in all a total of 160 long tons of coal

Robert Howell - Enlisted Robert Howell as Sea 2c for a period of 3 years on a special temporary enlistment

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:20 William O. Koski Sea 1c and Charles H. Saar Sea 1c returned aboard having been 8 hours and 20 minutes absent without leave. * 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until midnight. * 12:00 liberty party returned on time. 7:00* Jesse H. Petrich Sea 1c was found to be absent without leave and after careful search it was found that he had taken all his personal effects with him, he is therefore declared a deserter, article 462 regulations. 4:10 hauled ship across the ship and made fast to Machinery dock. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

William O. Koski Sea 1c - 4:20 William O. Koski Sea 1c and Charles H. Saar Sea 1c returned aboard having been 8 hours and 20 minutes absent without leave

Charles H. Saar Sea 1c - 4:20 William O. Koski Sea 1c and Charles H. Saar Sea 1c returned aboard having been 8 hours and 20 minutes absent without leave

Jesse H. Petrich Sea 1c - was found to be absent without leave and after careful search it was found that he had taken all his personal effects with him, he is therefore declared a deserter, article 462 regulations

Boatswain A.B. Eriksen - left on 10 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

** 1:00 Boatswain A.B. Eriksen left on 10 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Lt (jg)(T) A.J. Craig left the ship on 2 day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

Lt (jg)(T) A.J. Craig - left the ship on 2 day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave Dr. Lurie Wheeler Mr. A.B. Eriksen Mr. Craig Hospital Anne Stanley Fulgencio


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28 September 1927

off apple tree cove wn

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to Machinery dock of the Pacific Coast Engineering Works. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 Ted Lewis, F 2c is now 24 hours absent without leave; after a careful search it was found that Lewis had taken all his personal effects with him, he is therefore declared a deserter. Authority article 462 Regulations. 8:15 began making preparations for getting underway. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Ted Lewis, F 2c - 8:00 Ted Lewis, F 2c is now 24 hours absent without leave; after a careful search it was found that Lewis had taken all his personal effects with him, he is therefore declared a deserter. Authority article 462 Regulations

9:00am to meridian:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:15 got underway and stood various courses under various bells for Shipping Board dock, Seattle, Wn., where made fast alongside Algonquin at 9:45am. At 10:40 got underway and stood out Seattle Harbor and Admiralty Inlet on various northerly courses, at full speed of 100 rpm. Deck force employed cleaning ship after coaling. Watch ended off Apple Tree Cove, Wn. N.S. Haugen, Liuet (T)

Algonquin - made fast alongside Algonquin at 9:45am

Meridian to 4:00PM. On various courses through Admiralty Inlet at full speed of 100 rpm. 3:30 held fire drill 3:35 held collision drill. 3:42 held quarters for muster. 3:45 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Charles A Saar Sea 1c be tried by deck court for offense noted in the 4PM to midnight watch of September 27 - 1927 and excused Edward Morrison, SC 2c for offense noted in log of September 27, 1927. Deck force employed cleaning ship after coaling. Watch ended off Smith Island. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - 3:45 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Charles A Saar Sea 1c be tried by deck court for offense noted in the 4PM to midnight watch of September 27 - 1927 and excused Edward Morrison, SC 2c for offense noted in log of September 27, 1927

Charles A Saar Sea 1c - 3:45 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Charles A Saar Sea 1c be tried by deck court for offense noted in the 4PM to midnight watch of September 27 - 1927 and excused Edward Morrison, SC 2c for offense noted in log of September 27, 1927

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - 3:45 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Charles A Saar Sea 1c be tried by deck court for offense noted in the 4PM to midnight watch of September 27 - 1927 and excused Edward Morrison, SC 2c for offense noted in log of September 27, 1927

4:00pm to midnight:- Stood various northerly courses through Rosario Strait and Guemes Channel, at full speed of 100 rpm. At 5:20 made fast alongside US Coast Guard dock, Anacortes, Wn. At 5:40 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)


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anacortes washington

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

Leave G.A. Lurie A.B. Eriksen Wheeler Hospital Anne Stanley Fulgencio Returned A.J. Craig.


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29 September 1927

anacortes wn

Lat , Long

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to US Coast Guard dock at Anacortes, Wn. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. At 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. *9:30 Board of Special Investigation convened on board. 1:45 Lt (jg)(T) A.J. Craig returned from 2 days leave of absence on time. Quarters and drills omitted on account of painting ship. Deck force employed painting ship. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Lt (jg)(T) A.J. Craig - returned from 2 days leave of absence on time

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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anacortes washington

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

Leave G.A. Lurie A.B. Eriksen Wheeler Hospital Anne Stanley Fulgencio


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30 September 1927

anacortes washington

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Coast Guard dock at Anacortes, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 Special board of Investigation met. Deck force employed painting about the spar deck and over ship's side. * William Bowman, Ensign (T)

* Honorably discharged David W. Herr, Cox due to expiration of full term of enlistment; paid in full to date and mileage to point of enlistment. Quarters and drills omitted on account of painting ship.

David W. Herr, Cox - Honorably discharged David W. Herr, Cox due to expiration of full term of enlistment; paid in full to date and mileage to point of enlistment

4:00PM to midnight. Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 1:00AM tomorrow. 5:00 Special Board of investigation adjourned. Issued 10 night rations to the engineers force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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R. C. Weightman Comdr. - Juneau, Alaska, Mrs R.C. Weightman same.

L. W. Perkins Lt. Comdr. - Juneau, Alaska; Mrs. L.W. Perkins same.

N. S. Haugen Lieut. (T) - 711-23rd Ave. N, Seattle, Wn. Mrs. M. Weibust, 711-23rd Ave. N, Seattle, Wn. Phone EA 7362

A. J. Craig Lieut (jg)(T). - Mrs Jean A. Craig, Juneau, Alaska. Phone 1501

William Bowman Ensign (T) - Onboard - Mother, Mrs J. Bowman 949 - Amelia Ave., Los Angeles, Cal.

G. A. Lurie AA Surgeon USPHS - Oboard - Brother, Albert Lurie, 1810 Blue Island Ave, Chicago, Ill.

A. B. Eriksen Boatswain - Onboard - Wife - Mrs Ella Eriksen 233 Graham Hotel, Seattle, Wn.

H. W. Parker Gunner (T) - Juneau, Alaska, Mrs. Nora F. Parker, Juneau, Alaska.

C. C. Jones Machinist (T) - Onboard, wife China Belle Jones.

E. E. Johnson Carpenter (T) - Onboard.

E. B. Cottrell Pay Clerk (T) - Onboard - Mrs. Anna B. Cottrell (wife) Spickett Apartments, Juneau, Alaska.


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LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1927


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anacortes washington

Lat 30.6, Long 117.2

Leave G.A. Lurie. A.B. Eriksen Wheeler Hospital Stanley Fulgencio Returned Anne Transfered to Hospital Rhodes Barnhart.


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1 October 1927

out of anacortes harbor and southerly through rosario strait

Lat 22.4, Long 114.2

Midnight to 4:00am:- Moored to the Coast Guard dock at Anacortes, Washington. 1:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. 1:30, prepared to get underway. 2:05, let go all lines and stood out of Anacortes harbor and southerly through Rosario Strait on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. 4:00, rounded Partridge Reef buoy, 0.7 mile off, into Admiralty Inlet. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00am to 9:00am:- Steaming on various southerly courses through Admiralty Inlet and Seattle Harbor, at full speed of 100 rpm. At 8:10 made fast alongside Algonquin, US Shipping Board Moorings, Seattle, Wn. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

Algonquin - At 8:10 made fast alongside Algonquin

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Crew employed preparing ship for inspection. Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c and Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c were sent to the Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn. each suffering from a disorder due to his own misconduct, pay does not accrue on or after this date. * At 10:30 Commanding Officer inspected vessel throughout. Received from Headquarters 2 boxes of stationery. At 12:30pm officers and crew received monthly pay in cash. At 2:00 granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. The following men having been found qualified by a board of commissioned officers, were advanced in rating: George L. Grabbe, QM 3c to QM 2c and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c to RM 3c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c to Cox *At 9:30am George I. Anne, Eng 2c returned from Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c - Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c and Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c were sent to the Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn. each suffering from a disorder due to his own misconduct, pay does not accrue on or after this date

Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c - Wesley G. Rhodes, SC 2c and Frederick G. Barnhart, Sea 2c were sent to the Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn. each suffering from a disorder due to his own misconduct, pay does not accrue on or after this date

George L. Grabbe, QM 3c - The following men having been found qualified by a board of commissioned officers, were advanced in rating: George L. Grabbe, QM 3c to QM 2c and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c to RM 3c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c to Cox

Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c - The following men having been found qualified by a board of commissioned officers, were advanced in rating: George L. Grabbe, QM 3c to QM 2c and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c to RM 3c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c to Cox

Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c - The following men having been found qualified by a board of commissioned officers, were advanced in rating: George L. Grabbe, QM 3c to QM 2c and Joseph P. Manifold, Sea 1c to RM 3c, Norman C. Meng, Sea 1c to Cox

George I. Anne, Eng 2c - returned from Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wn.

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave G.A. Lurie Mr. Eriksen Wheeler Hospital Stanley Fulgencio Rhodes Barnhart.


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2 October 1927

seattle wn

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside Algonquin, US Shipping Board Moorings Seattle, Wn. Deck force carried out regular Sunday morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Algonquin - Moored alongside Algonquin

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. 10:15, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave G.A. Lurie Mr Eriksen Wheeler Hospital Stanley Fulgencio Rhodes Barnhart


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3 October 1927

seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored alongside Algonquin at US Shipping Board moorings, Seattle, Washington. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned except Otha McBride, F 2c who is absent without leave from this time. 9:00 Edward Morrison, SC 2c failed to return from watch standers liberty. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Algonquin - Moored alongside Algonquin

Otha McBride, F 2c - 8:00, liberty party returned except Otha McBride, F 2c who is absent without leave from this time

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - failed to return from watch standers liberty

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 Otha McBride, F 2c returned aboard having been 2 hours absent without leave. 11:20 Edward Morrison, SC 2c returned aboard having been 2 hours 20 minutes absent without leave. Deck force employed washing masts and yards and Paintwork about the spar deck. Quarters and drills omitted on account of inclement weather. Reenlisted David W. Herr, Cox for 1 year, regular enlistment. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Otha McBride, F 2c - returned aboard having been 2 hours absent without leave

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - returned aboard having been 2 hours 20 minutes absent without leave

David W. Herr, Cox - Reenlisted David W. Herr, Cox for 1 year, regular enlistment

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 7:00 Otha McBride F 2c left the ship without permission from proper Authority and is absent without leave from this time. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Otha McBride F 2c - left the ship without permission from proper Authority and is absent without leave from this time


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave G.A. Lurie Wheeler Hospital Stanley Fulgencio Rhodes Barnhart Returned Mr. Eriksen Enlisted Messiah


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4 October 1927

seattle wash

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored alongside the Algonquin at the US Shipping Board Moorings, Seattle, Wash. Carried out the morning routine. 12:45, Otha McBride F 2c returned aboard having been 5 hours and 45 minutes absent without leave. 8:00 liberty party returned; absentees, Norman C. Meng, Cox. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Algonquin - Moored alongside the Algonquin

Otha McBride F 2c - returned aboard having been 5 hours and 45 minutes absent without leave

Norman C. Meng, Cox - 8:00 liberty party returned; absentees, Norman C. Meng, Cox

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 held quarters followed by resuscitation drill. At 9:35 Norman C. Meng, Cox., returned to ship, being 1 hour and 35 minutes absent without leave. At 10:00 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as follows: Edward Morrison, SC 2c for offense noted in log of October 3, 1927, to be deprived of liberty ashore for a period of 10 days, Otha McBride, F 2c for offenses noted in log of October 3 and 4, to be tried by a Summary Court. At 10:00 Boatswain A.B. Eriksen, returned from leave of absence. Enlisted Gulam Hedar Messiah for a period of 2 years on a special temporary enlistment as SC 3c. At 1:00pm delivered to Otha McBride, F 2c copy of charge and specification preferred against him by Commander R.C. Weightman. Received from Benicia Arsenal, Cal., 12,000 rounds of caliber .30 small arms ammunition and 6000 rounds cal. .45 rounds ammunition. Santiago M. Cezar, M.Att 1c, was rated Off. Std. 3c. Deck force employed at various work around spar deck. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Norman C. Meng, Cox. - returned to ship, being 1 hour and 35 minutes absent without leave

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - At 10:00 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as follows: Edward Morrison, SC 2c for offense noted in log of October 3, 1927, to be deprived of liberty ashore for a period of 10 days, Otha McBride, F 2c for offenses noted in log of October 3 and 4, to be tried by a Summary Court

Otha McBride, F 2c - At 10:00 Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as follows: Edward Morrison, SC 2c for offense noted in log of October 3, 1927, to be deprived of liberty ashore for a period of 10 days, Otha McBride, F 2c for offenses noted in log of October 3 and 4, to be tried by a Summary Court

Boatswain A.B. Eriksen - returned from leave of absence

Gulam Hedar Messiah - Enlisted Gulam Hedar Messiah for a period of 2 years on a special temporary enlistment as SC 3c

Otha McBride, F 2c - At 1:00pm delivered to Otha McBride, F 2c copy of charge and specification preferred against him by Commander R.C. Weightman

Commander R.C. Weightman - At 1:00pm delivered to Otha McBride, F 2c copy of charge and specification preferred against him by Commander R.C. Weightman

Santiago M. Cezar, M.Att 1c - was rated Off. Std. 3c

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave G.A. Lurie Wheeler Hospital Stanley Fulgencio Rhodes Barnhart Present No Ration Brown Transferred Burton


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5 October 1927

navy yard puget sound

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Midnight to 8:00am:- Moored alongside Algonquin at the US Shipping Board Moorings, Seattle, Washington. Deck force carried out regular morning routine. At 7:30 made preparations to get underway. Shipped to Benicia Arsenal, California, 6000 rounds caliber .45 revolver ammunition. At 8:00 liberty party returned, except Charles E. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles F. Saar, Sea 1c, Melville H Brown, F 1c and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

Algonquin - Moored alongside Algonquin

Charles F. Saar, Sea 1c - At 8:00 liberty party returned, except Charles E. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles F. Saar, Sea 1c, Melville H Brown, F 1c and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

Charles E. Hunt, Sea 1c - At 8:00 liberty party returned, except Charles E. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles F. Saar, Sea 1c, Melville H Brown, F 1c and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c - At 8:00 liberty party returned, except Charles E. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles F. Saar, Sea 1c, Melville H Brown, F 1c and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

Melville H Brown, F 1c - At 8:00 liberty party returned, except Charles E. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles F. Saar, Sea 1c, Melville H Brown, F 1c and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c

8:00AM to Meridian Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 8:10 let go lines from dock and stood various courses out of Elliot Bay into Puget Sound at full speed of 100 rpm. * 9:05 slowed down to clear ash hopper. 9:07 resumed full speed. 9:40 stopped and moored pier 6 Navy Yard, Puget Sound. 11:20 received on board Commissary stores. Deck force employed handling stores. *8:20 Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c was placed on the binnacle list, for disorder due to his own misconduct; no pay to accrue on or after this date. Quarters and drills omitted on account of handling stores. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c - was placed on the binnacle list, for disorder due to his own misconduct; no pay to accrue on or after this date

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Moored at pier 6, Navy Yard, Puget Sound. 12:45, prepared to get underway. 1:00, delivered to the Navy Yard 400 lbs. empty .30 caliber cartridge cases with bandoliers and clips on Coast Guard Invoice of this date. 1:10, let go lines and stood out of Sinclair Inlet on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. 2:06, rounded Decatur Reef buoy. 2:10, changed to various speeds to calibrate radio compass; calibration being performed by Navy Yard radio men on board this vessel. At end of watch lying to off Restoration Point calibrating radio compass by bearings on a Navy Yard tug. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight: As above. 4:45 completed radio compass calibration and Navy Yard personnel left the ship. 4:55, set full speed of 100 rpm and various courses for Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Seattle, where moored at 5:50. 6:00, Charles F. Saar, Sea 1c, Charles E. Hunt, Sea 1c and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c returned from 10 hours absence without leave. 7:00, Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c transferred to the Haida, authority Northwestern Div. 1st Indorsment on Unalga's letter dated Act. 2, 1927 (73). 7:00, granted liberty to one watch until 1:00am tomorrow. * 8:00, made preparations for coaling ship. 11:05, Melville H. Brown, F 1c returned from absence without leave. *7:00 Summary Court of which Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen is president met in the case of Otha McBride, F 2c; adjourned at 7:30. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Charles F. Saar, Sea 1c - 6:00, Charles F. Saar, Sea 1c, Charles E. Hunt, Sea 1c and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c returned from 10 hours absence without leave

Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c - 6:00, Charles F. Saar, Sea 1c, Charles E. Hunt, Sea 1c and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c returned from 10 hours absence without leave

Charles E. Hunt, Sea 1c - 6:00, Charles F. Saar, Sea 1c, Charles E. Hunt, Sea 1c and Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c returned from 10 hours absence without leave

Jesse L. Burton, Sea 2c - transferred to the Haida, authority Northwestern Div. 1st Indorsment on Unalga's letter dated Act. 2, 1927 (73)

Melville H. Brown, F 1c - returned from absence without leave

Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen - 7:00 Summary Court of which Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen is president met in the case of Otha McBride, F 2c; adjourned at 7:30

Otha McBride, F 2c - 7:00 Summary Court of which Lieut. (T) N.S. Haugen is president met in the case of Otha McBride, F 2c; adjourned at 7:30


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seattle washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.3

Leave G.A. Lurie Wheeler Hospital Stanley Barnhart To Hospital Gimferona Transferred Powell Rhodes Fulgencio Reported Nelson Left on Leave N.S. Haugen

coal: 116480 - Coal Received 116480 Expended 15080 On hand 507600

coal: 116480 -


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6 October 1927

port townsend washington

Lat 47.6, Long -122.8

Midnight to 8:00am. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Seattle, Washington. 1:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. 2:20, commenced coaling ship; draft before coaling 14'6" forward and 14'8" aft. 3:30, completed coaling, having received from the Pacific Coast Coal Company, 50 long tons of coal this date. Ship's draft after coaling 15'0" forward and 14'9" aft. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, made preparations for getting underway. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

coal: 50 long tons - 3:30, completed coaling, having received from the Pacific Coast Coal Company, 50 long tons of coal this date

8:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 8:20 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 8:30 let go lines from dock from and stood various courses out of Elliott Bay and through Admiralty Inlet at full speed of 100 rpm. 12:50 stopped and moored to the US Coast Guard dock at Port Townsend Washington. 1:00 Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c left the ship for the US Marine Hospital, Port Townsend. 1:00 Earnest E Nelson QM 3c reported aboard for duty in accordance with Northwestern Division letter October 4, 1927 (73). 2:30 Lt. (T) N.S. Haugen left the vessel on one month's leave of absence granted by Headquarter's dispatch of Oct. 1, 1927. 3:00 held fire drill 3:06 held collision drill. 3:15 held quarters for muster. 3:30 Prendy Powell QM 1c left the ship having been transferred to Base 10 Port Townsend, Authority Northwestern Division's letter October 4, 1927 (73). Deck force employed cleaning ship after coaling. 1:00 Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c and Lee M. Fulgencio M.Att 2c were transferred to Section Base #10 Authority, Northwestern Division's 1st Indorsment Oct 4 1927 (73). William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Teofelo Gimferona, M.Att 1c - left the ship for the US Marine Hospital, Port Townsend

Earnest E Nelson QM 3c - reported aboard for duty in accordance with Northwestern Division letter October 4, 1927 (73)

Lt. (T) N.S. Haugen - left the vessel on one month's leave of absence granted by Headquarter's dispatch of Oct. 1, 1927

Prendy Powell QM 1c - left the ship having been transferred to Base 10 Port Townsend, Authority Northwestern Division's letter October 4, 1927 (73)

Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c - 1:00 Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c and Lee M. Fulgencio M.Att 2c were transferred to Section Base #10 Authority, Northwestern Division's 1st Indorsment Oct 4 1927 (73)

Lee M. Fulgencio M.Att 2c - 1:00 Wesley G. Rhodes SC 2c and Lee M. Fulgencio M.Att 2c were transferred to Section Base #10 Authority, Northwestern Division's 1st Indorsment Oct 4 1927 (73)

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:50 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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port townsend washington

Lat 48.58, Long -122.75

Leave Dr. Lurie Mr. Haugen Wheeler Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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7 October 1927

pt hudson buoy close abeam

Lat 48.1, Long -122.8

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Coast Guard Dock at Port Townsend, Washington. Made preparations for fumigating. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:25, mustered crew on the dock, found all hands present; granted liberty to both watches until 2:30pm. 10:30, Public Health Service officers sealed the ship for fumigation. 2:30, liberty party returned, no absentees. 2:30, Public Health Service officers opened the ship for ventilation. 3:30, All hands aired bedding; made preparations for getting underway. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Moored as above. 4:40 unmoored and stood out of Port Townsend Harbor at speed 85 RPM. 4:51 (33.3) streamed log, Pt. Hudson buoy close abeam. 5:01 (33.9) Pt. Wilson Lighthouse abeam, distance 0.5 miles, changed course to 309° psc. 5:08, increased speed to 100 RPM. 5:30 (48.0) changed course to 348° psc. 7:15, (53.1) Burrows Island Light abeam, distance 0.6 miles changed course to 322° psc and so to end of watch. G. Shockley, RM 1c received out patient treatment at local marine hospital. L.W. Perkins Lieut Comdr

G. Shockley, RM 1c - received out patient treatment at local marine hospital

8:00PM to Midnight On various courses through Rosario and Georgia Straits at full speed of 100 rpm 8:15 increased speed to 110 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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port alexander bc

Lat 29.9, Long -123.8

Leave Dr Lurie Mr. Haugen Wheeler. Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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8 October 1927

through johnston strait queen charlotte sound

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 4:00am - On various courses through Strait of Georgia at full speed of 110 rpm. 12:53, passed Thrasher Rock light one mile off (6.7). At end of watch The Sisters light on port bow, distant approximately 2 miles. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- Proceeding as before. 4:13, (39.3) Sisters Light abeam, distance 1.3 miles. 4:35, (42.8) changed course to 289° psc. 6:54 (65.0) changed course to 285° psc and so to end. At end Cape Mudge Lighthouse abeam (0.5) miles Crew performed morning routine. L.W. Perkins, Lieut Comdr.

8:00AM to Meridian. On various courses through Discovery Passage and Johnstone Strait at full speed of 110 rpm. 8:50 passed through Seymour Narrows. 9:00 slowed to 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples. Commanding Officer's inspection omitted on account of cleaning after fumigation. Deck force employed cleaning ship. 12:00 off Camp Point. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm. On various courses through Johnstone Strait at full speed of 100 rpm. Watch ended one mile to eastward of Gordon Point. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to Mid:- Standing various courses at speed 100 RPM through Johnston Strait, Queen Charlotte Sound. 6:55, (79.6) Nobles Island Light abeam, distant (0.5) miles, stood various courses into Port Alexander, where at 7:20, anchored in 14 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms starboard chain on following bearings:- Peak, 353° true, Frazer Island 149° true and South West Point 161° true. Secured for night, published sailing orders for 5:00am tomorrow. L.W. Perkins Lieut Comdr


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port alexander bc

Lat 52.00, Long -127.93

Leave Dr. Lurie. Mr. Haugen Wheeler Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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9 October 1927

out of port alexander

Lat 52.3, Long -128.5

Mid to 8:00am:- Anchored as before. 5:10, up anchor, stood out of Port Alexander on various courses at speed 50 RPM. 5:23, increased speed to 100 RPM. 6:35 Pine Island Light abeam, distance (0.4) miles, stood 316° psc. At end approaching Egg Island. Crew performed regular morning routine. L.W. Perkins, Lieut. Comdr.

8:00AM to Meridian. On various courses through Queen Charlotte and Fitzhugh Sounds at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine temperature normal. Crew observed Sunday. 9:30 set clocks back 30 minutes. 9:45 slowed down to clear ash hopper. 9:48 ash hopper clear, resumed full speed. 12:00 off Fog Rocks. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- On various courses through Lama and Seaforth Passages and Milbanke Sound at full speed of 100 rpm. 2:15, set clocks back 30 minutes, now keeping plus ninth zone time. 3:55, Inner Point bearing 289° true, distant 1/2 mile. At end of watch in southern end of Finlayson Channel. Crew observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- On various courses through Finlayson Channel and Tolmie Channel at speed 100 RPM. 6:30, slowed to speed 70 RPM. At end abeam Khutze Inlet. L.W. Perkins, Lieut. Comdr.

8:00PM to Midnight On various courses through Frazer and Graham Reaches and Wright Sound at half speed of 70 rpm. 11:10 Increased to full speed of 100 rpm while crossing Wright Sound. 12:00 reduced to half speed of 70 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. 11:57 Camp Point Light bearing 359° True 1/2 mile off. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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prince rupert harbor bc

Lat 55.00, Long -131.10

Leave Dr. Lurie. Mr Haugen Wheeler Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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10 October 1927

through grenville channel arthur passage and malacca passage

Lat 21.4, Long -130.8

Midnight to 4:00am. On various northwesterly courses through Grenville Channel at half speed of 70 rpm. 1:55, passed Lowe Inlet beacon 0.2 mile off. At end of watch one mile to southward of Klewnuggit light. After passing Lowe Inlet encountered strong tidal curents with rips and swirls. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- On various courses through Grenville Channel, Arthur Passage and Malacca Passage, speed 70 RPM. 4:10, Klewnuggit Light abeam distance 0.3 miles. 6:25 increased to speed of 100 RPM. 6:46, Watson Rock abeam distance 0.4 miles. 7:56, Lawyer Island abeam, distance 0.7 miles, watch ends Standing 340° psc passing into Chatham Sound. Crew performed regular morning routine.

8:00AM to Meridian On various courses through Chatham Sound and Prince Rupert Harbor at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:15 stopped and anchored in Prince Rupert Harbor in 17 fathoms water veering to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Anchored on the following bearing Wheat Elevator 218 True Grindstone light 257 true. 9:30 granted liberty to one watch until 11:30am. * 11:30 liberty party returned; no absentees. 11:30 granted liberty to the other watch until 1:30PM. Deck force employed sand scrubbing oars. *10:30 Commanding ashore to confer with the American Consul. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. 1:00, Commanding Officer called officially on the United States Consul at Prince Rupert. 1:30, liberty party returned, no absentees. 1:45, prepared for getting underway. 2:25, anchor aweigh, steered various courses out of Prince Rupert Harbor, through Kinshan Passage and Chatham Sound at full speed of 100 rpm. 3:30, held general quarters, followed by gun drill. 3:55, passed Lucy Island light bearing 236° true, distant 0.8 mile. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Stood various courses through Chatham Sound, Holliday Passage and Revillagigedo Channel at speed 100 RPM. 5:22, Green Island Light abeam distance 0.3 miles. 5:43, Holliday Island Light abeam distance 0.5 miles. 6:18, Lord Rock abeam distance 1.6 miles. 6:52 Tree Point Light abeam distance 1.6 miles. At end approaching Mary Island. L.W. Perkins, Lieut Comdr.

8:00PM to Midnight. On various courses through Revillagigedo Strait, Tongass Narrows and Clarence Strait at full speed of 100 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. 12:00 off Caamano Point. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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at sea clarence strait alaska

Lat 56.48, Long -132.78

Leave Dr. Lurie. Mr Haugen Wheeler Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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11 October 1927

through sumner strait wrangell narrows and frederick sound

Lat 56.4, Long -132.7

Midnight to 4:00am. On various northwesterly courses through Clarence Strait at full speed fo 100 rpm. 3:52, passed Lincoln Rock light abeam on bearing of 58° true, distant 1.0 mile. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- Standing various Northerly courses through Clarence and Stikine Straits at speed of 100 RPM. 4:58, Steamer Point Light abeam, distance 0.8 miles. 6:06 Neal Point Light abeam, distance 0.9 miles. 7:00, stopped and anchored on Stikine Flats to await favorable tide in Wrangell Narrows. Anchored in 17 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms port chain on following true bearings, North Tangent Vank Island 233°; South Tangent Station Island 285°, South Tangent Wilson Island 68°. Crew performed morning routine. L.W. Perkins, Lieut Comdr.

8:00am to meridian. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 11:20 hove anchor and stood various courses through Sumner Strait for Wrangell Narrows, at full speed of 100 rpm. 12:00 off Station Island. Deck force employed sand scrubbing oars and making and swabs. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- On various courses through Sumner Strait, Wrangell Narrows and Frederick Sound at full speed of 100 rpm. Between 1:00 and 2:35 reduced speed occasionally while passing contractor's dredging equipment and meeting other vessels. 3:30, held man overboard drill followed by quarters. 3:45, Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as noted: to Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, and Melville H. Brown, F 1c, each one weeks restriction from liberty for offences noted October 5, 1927, and to Norman C. Meng, Cox., ten days restriction from liberty for offense noted October 4, 1927 and for disorderly conduct yesterday afternoon. 3:51, passed Cape Strait light bearing 229° true, distant 0.4 miles. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c - 3:45, Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as noted: to Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, and Melville H. Brown, F 1c, each one weeks restriction from liberty for offences noted October 5, 1927, and to Norman C. Meng, Cox., ten days restriction from liberty for offense noted October 4, 1927 and for disorderly conduct yesterday afternoon

Melville H. Brown, F 1c - 3:45, Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as noted: to Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, and Melville H. Brown, F 1c, each one weeks restriction from liberty for offences noted October 5, 1927, and to Norman C. Meng, Cox., ten days restriction from liberty for offense noted October 4, 1927 and for disorderly conduct yesterday afternoon

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - 3:45, Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as noted: to Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, and Melville H. Brown, F 1c, each one weeks restriction from liberty for offences noted October 5, 1927, and to Norman C. Meng, Cox., ten days restriction from liberty for offense noted October 4, 1927 and for disorderly conduct yesterday afternoon

Norman C. Meng, Cox. - 3:45, Commanding Officer held mast and awarded punishments as noted: to Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c, and Melville H. Brown, F 1c, each one weeks restriction from liberty for offences noted October 5, 1927, and to Norman C. Meng, Cox., ten days restriction from liberty for offense noted October 4, 1927 and for disorderly conduct yesterday afternoon

4:00pm to Mid:- On various courses speed 100 RPM up Frederick Sound and into Farragut Bay at 5:10, anchored in 20 fathoms water to 60 fathoms starboard chain. Anchorage bearings true:- Flock Rock 231°, East Point 104°. L.W. Perkins, Lieut Comdr.


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farragut bay se alaska

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5

Leave Mr Haugen Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Returned Dr Lurie Wheeler (No Rations)


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12 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat 38.5, Long 173.3

Midnight to 9:00am:- Anchored in Francis Anchorage of Farragut Bay in 20 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Caried out the morning routine. 8:45, made preparations for getting underway. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00AM to Meridian. Anchored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:45 hove up anchor and stood out of Farragut Bay on various courses at full speed of 100 rpm. 10:15 Increased speed to 110 rpm. 12:00 off SE Five Fingers. Deck force employed washing paintwork about the spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm:- On various courses through Frederick Sound and Stephens Passage at full speed of 110 rpm. 3:02, passed Midway Islands light bearing 77° true distant 1.4 miles. 3:45, held quarters followed by pistol drill. Watch ended off Station Point. Deck force employed cleaning about the main deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00PM to Midnight. On various courses through Stephens Passage and Gastineau Channel at full speed of 110 rpm. 6:05 slow and various speeds approaching dock. 6:25, stopped and moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock Juneau, Alaska. 6:40 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 6:50 AA Surgeon G.A. Lurie reported aboard from 30 days leave of absence. 7:00 Harold H. Wheeler, CMM returned from leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer, which expired on October 7. As the Unalga was expected to leave Seattle prior to this date Wheeler was directed to await the return of the vessel to Juneau. His absence is therefore excused as unavoidable. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

AA Surgeon G.A. Lurie - reported aboard from 30 days leave of absence

Harold H. Wheeler, CMM - returned from leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer, which expired on October 7. As the Unalga was expected to leave Seattle prior to this date Wheeler was directed to await the return of the vessel to Juneau. His absence is therefore excused as unavoidable


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Haugen Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Enlisted Lugard Left on Leave Kramer Erbland


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13 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30, held fire drill followed by collision drill. 9:45, held quarters. 12:00, Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c left on 10 days' leave of absence and John G. Erbland, PhM 1c left on 9 days' leave of absence; granted by the commanding officer. Re-enlisted David Paz Lugard as mess attendant, second class, on special temporary enlistment for two years. Deck force employed scrubbing canvas and renewing supply of sand. Carpenter overhauled steering gear, removed one steering engine chain. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c - 12:00, Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c left on 10 days' leave of absence and John G. Erbland, PhM 1c left on 9 days' leave of absence; granted by the commanding officer

John G. Erbland, PhM 1c - 12:00, Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c left on 10 days' leave of absence and John G. Erbland, PhM 1c left on 9 days' leave of absence; granted by the commanding officer

David Paz Lugard - Re-enlisted David Paz Lugard as mess attendant, second class, on special temporary enlistment for two years

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Haugen Kramer Erbland. Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Left for Hosp. Fields.


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14 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters followed by signal drill and boat drill under oars. 10:00 Joe Fields F 1c was sent to the local hospital for inpatient treatment. 11:30 Commanding officer held mast and directed that George T Cooper Sea 2c, Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c and Walter Scott Sea 1c be called 30 minutes before the rest of the crew for a period of one week for failing to turn out this morning when called by the master at arms. Deck force employed holystoning the main deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Joe Fields F 1c - was sent to the local hospital for inpatient treatment

George T Cooper Sea 2c - 11:30 Commanding officer held mast and directed that George T Cooper Sea 2c, Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c and Walter Scott Sea 1c be called 30 minutes before the rest of the crew for a period of one week for failing to turn out this morning when called by the master at arms

Walter Scott Sea 1c - 11:30 Commanding officer held mast and directed that George T Cooper Sea 2c, Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c and Walter Scott Sea 1c be called 30 minutes before the rest of the crew for a period of one week for failing to turn out this morning when called by the master at arms

Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c - 11:30 Commanding officer held mast and directed that George T Cooper Sea 2c, Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c and Walter Scott Sea 1c be called 30 minutes before the rest of the crew for a period of one week for failing to turn out this morning when called by the master at arms

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - 11:30 Commanding officer held mast and directed that George T Cooper Sea 2c, Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c, Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c and Walter Scott Sea 1c be called 30 minutes before the rest of the crew for a period of one week for failing to turn out this morning when called by the master at arms

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Haugen Kramer Erbland Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Fields


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15 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Comapny's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. 10:30, Commanding Officer inspected the ship throughout. 1:00, granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. Deck force employed preparing for inspection. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr. Haugen Kramer Erbland Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Fields.


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16 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. 10:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Crew observed Sunday. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr. Haugen Kramer Erbland Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Fields


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17 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 7:30 Ray Warner Sea 1c failed to return from messmen's liberty and is absent without leave from this time. 8:00 held boat drill under oars. 8:00 began cleaning No. 1 boiler. 8:00 liberty party returned; absentees Ray Warner Sea 1c. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Ray Warner Sea 1c - failed to return from messmen's liberty and is absent without leave from this time

Ray Warner Sea 1c - 8:00 liberty party returned; absentees Ray Warner Sea 1c

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:05, received from San Francisco Store, Via Alaska Steamship Co. various items of current Class IV, IV special and class V requisition on Government Bill of Lading No. T543679. 9:30, held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. 1:20, Ray Warner, Sea 1c, returned from five hours and fifty minutes absence without leave. Deck force employed washing down masts and spars. Engineers force employed cleaning No. 1. boiler. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - returned from five hours and fifty minutes absence without leave

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr. Haugen Kramer Erbland Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Fields. Reported Tennyson (No Ration)


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18 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am - Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to Meridian. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters for muster followed by gun and signal drills. Deck force employed painting about the main deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 7:00 Howard C. Tennyson, Sea 2c reported on board for duty from the Haida, authority Haida's letter of Oct 14, 1927 (73). William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Howard C. Tennyson, Sea 2c - reported on board for duty from the Haida, authority Haida's letter of Oct 14, 1927 (73)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Haugen Kramer Erbland Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Fields


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19 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:10, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, placed on the binnacle list. 9:30, Held fire drill followed by collision drill. 9:45, held quarters followed by International Code signal drill. 1:10, hauled ship ahead with lines to the Pacific Steamship Company's dock. 1:35, aired bedding. 3:45, piped down aired bedding. Deck force employed painting about the main deck, tarring down standing rigging and overhauling boat covers and life jackets. Engineers force cleaning No. 1 boiler. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - placed on the binnacle list

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr. Haugen Kramer Erbland Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Fields


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20 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Steamship Company's dock, Juneau Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:45, Edward Morrison, SC 2c, restored to duty by the ship's medical officer. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Edward Morrison, SC 2c - restored to duty by the ship's medical officer

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters for muster followed by infantry drill on shore. Deck force employed scraping companionway ladders, painting about the main deck and making preparations for coaling ship. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 7:00AM tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr. Haugen Kramer Erbland Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Fields. Left on Leave Mr. Eriksen

coal: 250880 - Coal Received 250880 Expended 8200 On hand 513580

coal: 250880 -


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21 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. 7:00 liberty party returned; no absentees. 7:10 first coal came aboard. Ship's draft before coaling: forward 13 feet 7 inches, aft. 14 feet 0 inches. 4:00 Boatswain A.B. Eriksen left on 10 days' leave granted by the commanding officer. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Boatswain A.B. Eriksen - left on 10 days' leave granted by the commanding officer

9:00am to 4:00pm - Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:05, discontinued coaling to await lower stage of tide. 1:00, recommenced coaling. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship and inclement weather. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight Moored as above. 5:00, finished coaling ship, having received from the Pacific Coast Coal Company 112 long tons of coal this date. Draft after coaling: forward 14' 10", aft 14' 6". 5:20, Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 6:00 finished cleaning after boiler and cut it into the line. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

coal: 112 long tons - 5:00, finished coaling ship, having received from the Pacific Coast Coal Company 112 long tons of coal this date


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Haugen Mr Eriksen Kramer Erbland Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Returned


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22 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples conditions normal. Commanding officers inspection omitted on account of cleaning ship after coaling. 10:30 began preparations for getting underway. 11:05 bridge and main engine ready for getting underway. 11:15 let go lines from dock and stood various courses for the D.B. Femmer dock where moored at 11:25. 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. Deck force employed cleaning ship and handling lines. Ray Warner, Sea 1c was tried by deck court and sentenced to lose $5.00 from his pay. Convening authority approved the sentence and published same. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - was tried by deck court and sentenced to lose $5.00 from his pay. Convening authority approved the sentence and published same

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. Joe Fields F 1c returned from St. Ann's Hospital (USPHS) and was placed on the binnacle list. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Joe Fields F 1c - returned from St. Ann's Hospital (USPHS) and was placed on the binnacle list


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Haugen Mr Eriksen Kramer Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona AWOL McBride


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23 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the D.B. Femmer dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00, liberty party returned except Otha McBride, F 2c who is absent without leave from this time. * 10:15, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 1:25; Harold L. Stabler, Yeo 1c, left on 2 days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. Crew observed Sunday. *10:00, John G. Erbland, PhM 1c, returned from leave of absence on time. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Otha McBride, F 2c - 10:00, liberty party returned except Otha McBride, F 2c who is absent without leave from this time

Harold L. Stabler, Yeo 1c - left on 2 days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

John G. Erbland, PhM 1c - returned from leave of absence on time

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg (T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr. Haugen Mr. Eriksen Stabler Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona AWOL McBride Ret. Leave Kramer Left on Leave P. Escalona


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24 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am - Moored to the D.B. Femmer dock, Juneau, Alaska Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:05, held boat drill under oars 8:00, engineers force commenced cleaning No. 2 boiler. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters for muster followed by gun and signal drills. 10:00 Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c returned from 10 days' leave of absence on time. 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that Ray Warner, Sea 1c perform 2 hours extra duty for failure to turn out when called and for refusing duty. Frederick W. Shepard Sea 2c, William O. Koski Sea 1c Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c were restricted to the ship for one week and to turn in by 9:00pm every evening for one week for failure to turn out when called. 3:30 Paterio Escalona, Off St 3c left on 20 days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Deck force employed cleaning and painting navigator's store-room. 10:00 Otha McBride, F 2c is now 24 hours absent without leave. It was ascertained from the city authorities that McBride was in the local jail on a charge of being drunken and disorderly. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Charles A. Kramer, Eng 1c - returned from 10 days' leave of absence on time

Ray Warner, Sea 1c - 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that Ray Warner, Sea 1c perform 2 hours extra duty for failure to turn out when called and for refusing duty

Frederick W. Shepard Sea 2c - Frederick W. Shepard Sea 2c, William O. Koski Sea 1c Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c were restricted to the ship for one week and to turn in by 9:00pm every evening for one week for failure to turn out when called

Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c - Frederick W. Shepard Sea 2c, William O. Koski Sea 1c Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c were restricted to the ship for one week and to turn in by 9:00pm every evening for one week for failure to turn out when called

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - Frederick W. Shepard Sea 2c, William O. Koski Sea 1c Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c were restricted to the ship for one week and to turn in by 9:00pm every evening for one week for failure to turn out when called

William O. Koski Sea 1c - Frederick W. Shepard Sea 2c, William O. Koski Sea 1c Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c and Charles H. Saar, Sea 1c were restricted to the ship for one week and to turn in by 9:00pm every evening for one week for failure to turn out when called

Paterio Escalona, Off St 3c - left on 20 days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

Otha McBride, F 2c - is now 24 hours absent without leave. It was ascertained from the city authorities that McBride was in the local jail on a charge of being drunken and disorderly

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Haugen Mr Eriksen Stabler P. Escalona Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Reported (No Ration) F. Smith Discharged McBride


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25 October 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the D.B. Femmer dock at Juneau, Alaska Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30, held quarters followed by resuscitation drill. Deck force employed cleaning and painting about the main deck and painting the navigators hold. Engineers force cleaning No. 2 boiler. Issued Ordinary Discharge No. 9852 to Otha McBride, F 2c by reason of sentence of a civil court, authority Article 424 (j) Reg's. paid in full to date, not entitled to transportation to place of enlistment. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Otha McBride, F 2c - Issued Ordinary Discharge No. 9852 to Otha McBride, F 2c by reason of sentence of a civil court, authority Article 424 (j) Reg's. paid in full to date, not entitled to transportation to place of enlistment

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 5:30 having received telegraphic orders to proceed to Haines Alaska (Northwestern Division dispatch 9925-1500) made preparations for getting underway. 6:30, delayed getting underway until tomorrow morning. * 9:40, Floyd Smith, WT 2c, reported aboard for duty on probation, authority Northwestern Division letter dated October 20, 1927 (73), not entitled to ration this date. *6:40, binocular No. 28042 found to be missing. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Floyd Smith, WT 2c - reported aboard for duty on probation, authority Northwestern Division letter dated October 20, 1927 (73), not entitled to ration this date


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Haugen Mr. Eriksen P. Escalona Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Passengers. J.E. Cahill One Prisoner Returned Stabler


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26 October 1927

through favorite channel and lynn canal

Lat 52.8, Long 173.3

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the D.B. Femmer dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:00, Corporal John E. Cahill, US Army, with one military prisoner, enroute Seward Alaska to Chilkoot Barracks came aboard for transportation to Haines, issued 2 rations to these men. 8:50, made preparations for getting underway. 8:50, Harold L. Stabler, Yeo 1c, returned from leave of absence on time. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Corporal John E. Cahill, US Army - 8:00, Corporal John E. Cahill, US Army, with one military prisoner, enroute Seward Alaska to Chilkoot Barracks came aboard for transportation to Haines, issued 2 rations to these men

Harold L. Stabler, Yeo 1c - returned from leave of absence on time

9:00AM to Meridian Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:10 let go lines from dock and stood various courses for the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock where moored at 9:15. 11:15, made preparations for getting underway. 11:45 received on board 1 box of furnace door frames from manufacturer on Government bill of lading No T 136.409. 11:50 let go lines from dock and stood various courses down Gastineau Channel at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Deck force employed handling lines and cleaning about the main deck. William Bowman Ensign (T)

Meridian to 4:00pm. Steamed on various courses through Gastineau Channel, Stephens Passage and Favorite Channel at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 3:30, held fire drill followed by collision drill. 3:40 held quarters. Deck force employed painting about the main deck and in Navigator's hold. Engineer force employed cleaning No. 2 boiler. Off Aaron Island at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut (jg)(T).

4:00pm to 8:00pm. Steaming as before through Favorite Channel and Lynn Canal, speed 85 RPM, course 303° psc. 7:18, (88.8) changed course to 326° psc. 7:27, (89.9) Sherman Rock buoy abeam, distance (1.0) mile. At end approaching Elred Rock. L.W. Perkins, Lieut Comdr

8:00PM to Midnight. On various courses through Lynn Canal at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 8:20 Passed Eldred rock 0.5 mile off. 10:05 Off Battery Point changed course and stood into portages. 10:35 Stopped and anchored in Portage Cove Alaska in 19 fathoms of water veering to 60 fathoms of chain. Anchored on the following bearings: Army Dock, 243° true. Haines dock 303° true. Issued 10 night rations to the engineer's force. 10:50 Sent boat ashore with corporal James A. Cahill and prisoner 11:20 boat returned. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

corporal James A. Cahill - 10:50 Sent boat ashore with corporal James A. Cahill and prisoner


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haines alaska

Lat , Long

Leave Mr Haugen Mr Eriksen P. Escolana Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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27 October 1927

portage cove alaska

Lat 38.5, Long -28.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Anchored in Portage Cove Alaska to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor in 19 fathoms of water. 6:10 began preparations for getting underway. 6:45 hove up anchor and stood various courses for army dock where moored at 7:00. 8:45 Joe Fields F 1c was returned to duty by the ships' medical officer. Omitted dressing ship on account of inclement weather. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Joe Fields F 1c - was returned to duty by the ships' medical officer

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters followed by * Deck force employed painting about the main deck and in navigator's hold. Engineers force employed cleaning No. 2 boiler. *infantry drill and pistol drill. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 6:00, granted liberty to one watch until 11:00pm today. 11:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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haines alaska

Lat , Long

Leave Mr Haugen Mr Eriksen P. Escolana Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Left on Leave Goodrick Koseba Grabbe Holton


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28 October 1927

haines alaska

Lat , Long

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the US Army dock at Haines, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, held boat drill under oars. 8:20, Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, George L. Grabbe QM 2c and George V. Holton, CM 2c left the ship, each on three day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Charles Goodrick, GM 1c - 8:20, Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, George L. Grabbe QM 2c and George V. Holton, CM 2c left the ship, each on three day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

George V. Holton, CM 2c - 8:20, Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, George L. Grabbe QM 2c and George V. Holton, CM 2c left the ship, each on three day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

George L. Grabbe QM 2c - 8:20, Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, George L. Grabbe QM 2c and George V. Holton, CM 2c left the ship, each on three day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

John F. Koseba, MM 1c - 8:20, Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, John F. Koseba, MM 1c, George L. Grabbe QM 2c and George V. Holton, CM 2c left the ship, each on three day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Quarters and drills omitted on account of necessary work. Deck force employed washing paintwork about the spar deck and making boat gripes. Drain line from steerage pump tank broke and damaged the boatswain's room. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 5:30 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM. 11:00 liberty party returned on time. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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haines alaska

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Leave Mr Haugen Mr Eriksen P. Escolana Goodrick Koseba Grabbe Holton Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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29 October 1927

haines alaska

Lat , Long

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the US Army dock at Haines, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. 10:30, held general muster followed by Commanding Officer's inspection of the ship. 1:00, granted liberty to one watch until 2:30am tomorrow. Deck force employed preparing for inspection. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 6:00 finished cleaning after boiler. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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haines alaska

Lat , Long

Leave Mr Haugen Mr Eriksen P. Escalona Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Returned Goodrick Koseba Grabbe Holton


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30 October 1927

haines alaska

Lat , Long

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the US Army dock at Haines, Alaska. * Carried out the Sunday morning routine. *2:30, liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 granted liberty to one watch until 11:00PM today. Crew observed Sunday. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above 5:00 Charles Goodrick GM 1c, George L. Grabbe QM 2c, John F. Koseba MM 1c and George V. Holton, CM 1c returned from three days' leave of absence each. 11:00 liberty party returned on time. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Charles Goodrick GM 1c - 5:00 Charles Goodrick GM 1c, George L. Grabbe QM 2c, John F. Koseba MM 1c and George V. Holton, CM 1c returned from three days' leave of absence each

John F. Koseba MM 1c - 5:00 Charles Goodrick GM 1c, George L. Grabbe QM 2c, John F. Koseba MM 1c and George V. Holton, CM 1c returned from three days' leave of absence each

George L. Grabbe QM 2c - 5:00 Charles Goodrick GM 1c, George L. Grabbe QM 2c, John F. Koseba MM 1c and George V. Holton, CM 1c returned from three days' leave of absence each

George V. Holton, CM 1c - 5:00 Charles Goodrick GM 1c, George L. Grabbe QM 2c, John F. Koseba MM 1c and George V. Holton, CM 1c returned from three days' leave of absence each


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haines alaska

Lat 22.2, Long 113.9

Leave Mr. Haugen Mr Eriksen Escolona Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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31 October 1927

through taiya inlet

Lat 38.5, Long 113.9

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the US Army dock at Haines, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00, made preparations for getting underway. 10:35, let go all lines and stood out of Portage Cove and on various northerly courses through Taiya Inlet at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. 12:50, reduced to slow speed, approaching dock at Skagway. 1:05 Moored to the White Pass and Yukon Railway Company's dock at Skagway. 3:00, held quarters followed by clothing inpection. Deck force employed handling lines and cleaning and painting about the main deck. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until 2:00am tomorrow. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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R. C. Weightman Comdr - Juneau Alaska; - Mrs R.C. Weightman same Phone 247.

L. W. Perkins Lieut Comdr - Juneau Alaska; - Mrs L.W. Perkins same Phone 5901.

N. S. Haugen Lieut (T) - 711 23rd Ave, Seattle Wash; - Mrs M. Weibust same

A. J. Craig Lieut (jg)(T) - Mrs Jean A. Craig Juneau Alaska Phone 1501

William Bowman Ensign (T) - On board Mrs J. Bowman 949 Amalia Rd. Los Angeles Cal (Mother)

G. A. Lurie AAS USPHS - On board - Brother - Albert Lurie 1810 Blue Island Ave., Chicago Ill

A. B. Eriksen Bos'n - On board - Wife - Mrs Ella Eriksen 233 Graham Hotel Seattle Wash.

H. W. Parker Gunner (T) - Juneau Alaska Mrs Nona Parker (wife) Juneau Benson Apts. Juneau

C. C. Jones Mach (T) - On board (wife) China Belle Jones.

E. E. Johnson Carpt'r (T) - On board

F. B. Cottrell Pay Clerk (T) - On board. (Wife) Mrs Anna B Cottrell Spickett Apts Juneau Alaska.


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LOGS FOR NOVEMBER 1927


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skagway alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Leave Mr. Haugen Mr Eriksen Escalona Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Left on Leave Scott McGregor


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1 November 1927

skagway alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored to the White Pass and Yukon Raily Company's dock at Skagway, Alaska. 2:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, held boat drill under oars. 9:00, Walter Scott Sea 1c, left on 9 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Walter Scott Sea 1c - left on 9 days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters followed by resuscitation and signal drills. Lifted both 6 pounder guns and overhauled bearings. 4:00 officers and crew received their pay for the month of October 1927. Deck force employed scraping and varnishing companionway ladders and chipping waterways in main deck. Howard C. Tennyson, Sea 2c and Robert Howell Sea 2c were placed on mess duty and Daniel B. Stedman, Sea 1c and Ray Warner Sea 1c were relieved. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Howard C. Tennyson, Sea 2c - Howard C. Tennyson, Sea 2c and Robert Howell Sea 2c were placed on mess duty and Daniel B. Stedman, Sea 1c and Ray Warner Sea 1c were relieved

Robert Howell Sea 2c - Howard C. Tennyson, Sea 2c and Robert Howell Sea 2c were placed on mess duty and Daniel B. Stedman, Sea 1c and Ray Warner Sea 1c were relieved

Ray Warner Sea 1c - Howard C. Tennyson, Sea 2c and Robert Howell Sea 2c were placed on mess duty and Daniel B. Stedman, Sea 1c and Ray Warner Sea 1c were relieved

Daniel B. Stedman, Sea 1c - Howard C. Tennyson, Sea 2c and Robert Howell Sea 2c were placed on mess duty and Daniel B. Stedman, Sea 1c and Ray Warner Sea 1c were relieved

4:00pm to midnight Moored as above. 5:00 granted liberty to one watch until midnight. 12:00 liberty party returned on time. 5:00 Donald McGregor, WT 2c left the vessel on 10 days leave of absence granted by to Commanding Officer. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Donald McGregor, WT 2c - left the vessel on 10 days leave of absence granted by to Commanding Officer


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skagway alaska

Lat 15.5, Long 73.9

Leave Mr. Haugen Mr. Eriksen Escalona Scott McGregor Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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2 November 1927

skagway alaska

Lat 22.2, Long 113.9

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the White Pass and Yukon Railway dock at Skagway, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30, held fire drill, followed by collision drill. 9:45, held quarters. Deck force employed chipping and painting main deck waterways A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- Moored as above * 5:10, received radio message to the effect that the schooner Eurus of Juneau was in distress twenty miles north of Cape Spencer. 6:35, let go from dock and stood down Taiya Inlet at full speed 100 RPM on various courses. 8:00 Lowe Point Light abeam distance 0.3 miles. *4:30, granted liberty to one watch of crew to two am tomorrow morning. 5:15, sounded general recall 5:45, all liberty party returned. L.W. Perkins Lieut Comdr.

8:00PM to Midnight. On various courses through Lynn Canal at full speed of 100 rpm. 8:20 off Battery Point. 9:16 off Seduction Point. 10:08 off Eldred Rock. 10:56 Pt Sherman, bearing 64° true 1.0 mile off. Issued 15 night rations to engineers force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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dixons harbor

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

Leave Mr Haugen Mr Eriksen Escalona Scott McGregor Hospital Stanley Barnhart Stanley


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3 November 1927

off entrance island

Lat 58.2, Long 178.4

Midnight to 4:00am:- On various southerly courses through Lynn Canal at full speed of 100 rpm. 2:00, passed Point Retreat light bearing 89° true, distant 3.0 miles. 3:50, rounded Rocky Island light, 1/2 mile off, into Icy Strait. Off Entrance Island at end of watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00am to 8:00am:- On course 258° psc at speed 100 RPM. 6:16 (99.5) Point Adolphus abeam, distance 1.3 miles, changed course to 253° psc. 6:57, (6.1) changed course to 241° psc. 7:02, (7.1) changed course to 224° psc and so to end. At end off Point Dundass. Crew performed morning routine. L.W. Perkins, Lieut Comdr.

8:00am to meridian On various courses through Icy Strait and Cross Sound at full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:00 slow and various speeds to speak to fishing vessels "Addington" of Seattle and Havana of Ketchikan regarding whereabouts of the fishing vessel Areous of Juneau. 9:13 resumed full speed of 100 rpm. 9:35 Cape Spencer bearing 317° true 2.0 miles off. 9:43 changed course to 241° psc (28.8) 10:45 changed course to 280° psc (32.1) 11:15 changed course to 252° psc (40.7) 11:53 changed course to 275° psc (45.5) Deck force employed washing paintwork about the spar deck. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

"Addington" - 9:00 slow and various speeds to speak to fishing vessels "Addington" of Seattle and Havana of Ketchikan regarding whereabouts of the fishing vessel Areous of Juneau

Havana - 9:00 slow and various speeds to speak to fishing vessels "Addington" of Seattle and Havana of Ketchikan regarding whereabouts of the fishing vessel Areous of Juneau

Meridian to 4:00pm:- As above. 12:05, changed to various courses and speeds. 12:10 spoke the "Anna J." of Ketchikan, obtained no information regarding vessel in distress so steered various courses for Dixon Harbor. 1:25, Sugarloaf Island abeam, took in log (56.4). 1:45, stopped and anchored in Dixon Harbor in 16 fathoms of water to 45 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Anchorage bearings: Sugarloaf Peak 186° true, West Entrance Point 208° true, Rocky Point 276° true. 1:50 Motorboat "Eurus" of Juneau came alongside; ascertained that this is the vessel reported in distress and arranged to tow her to Juneau tomorrow morning as her engines are undipendable. Omitted quarters and drills on account of inclement weather. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

"Anna J." - 12:10 spoke the "Anna J." of Ketchikan, obtained no information regarding vessel in distress so steered various courses for Dixon Harbor

Motorboat "Eurus" - 1:50 Motorboat "Eurus" of Juneau came alongside; ascertained that this is the vessel reported in distress and arranged to tow her to Juneau tomorrow morning as her engines are undipendable

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. 7:20, veered to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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dixons harbor alaska

Lat 22.4, Long 114.3

Leave Mr Haugen Escalona Scott McGregor Hospital Stanley Barnhart Stanley Passengers Paul Kegal Walter McCormick Returned Mr Eriksen


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4 November 1927

through icy strait

Lat 58.2, Long -136.6

Midnight to 8:00am:- Anchored in Dixons Harbor, Southeast Alaska in 16 fathoms of water to 60 fathoms of chain on the starboard anchor. Carried out the morning routine. 6:10, made preparations for getting underway. 7:25, sent motor-sailer to the inner harbor for the "Eurus". 7:50, motor-sailer returned and hoisted; passed towing hawser to the "Eurus" 8:00, commenced heaving up anchor. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

"Eurus" - 7:25, sent motor-sailer to the inner harbor for the "Eurus"

"Eurus" - 7:50, motor-sailer returned and hoisted; passed towing hawser to the "Eurus"

8:00am to meridian. Anchored as above. 8:15 anchor aweigh, various courses and speeds standing out of Dixon Harbor with Eurus in tow. 8:45 set course of 197° psc. 9:18 changed course to 106° psc. 10:59 Cape Spencer abeam changed course to 61° psc. 11:25 changed course to 18° psc. 11:53 parted towline, slow and various speeds to pick up Eurus. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Deck force employed painting navigator's storeroom and about the main deck. 12:00 off Cape Spencer. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Eurus - 8:15 anchor aweigh, various courses and speeds standing out of Dixon Harbor with Eurus in tow

Eurus - 11:53 parted towline, slow and various speeds to pick up Eurus

Meridian to 4:00pm:- As above. 12:05 while maneuvering to pass a line to the Eurus rammed her on her starboard side, aft, breaking her guard and springing planking. 12:10, Eurus in tow at slow speed prepared to take her alongside and keep her afloat with wrecking pump. 12:18, Sent surf boat to stand by Eurus, taking collision mat and working party to stop leaks if possible. 12:23, Eurus filling rapidly, surfboat took off the crew of that vessel; Paul Kegal, 45 (Master) and Walter McCormick, 20. 12:29, Eurus sank. 12:35, hoisted surfboat and proceeded through Cross Sound on various Northeasterly courses at 3/4 speed of 45 rpm. Issued two rations from the general mess, to the survivors of the Eurus. 12:43, increased to full speed of 100 rpm. 1:42, rounded North Inian light 1/2 mile off and steered various courses through Icy Strait. 2:45, Increased to 110 rpm at full speed. 3:30, held general quarters, followed by gun and signal drill. Crew employed handling lines and gear about decks. At end of watch Point Adolphus bearing 265° true, distant 2.0 miles. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Eurus - 12:05 while maneuvering to pass a line to the Eurus rammed her on her starboard side, aft, breaking her guard and springing planking

Eurus - 12:10, Eurus in tow at slow speed prepared to take her alongside and keep her afloat with wrecking pump

Eurus - 12:18, Sent surf boat to stand by Eurus, taking collision mat and working party to stop leaks if possible

Eurus - 12:23, Eurus filling rapidly, surfboat took off the crew of that vessel; Paul Kegal, 45 (Master) and Walter McCormick, 20.

Paul Kegal, 45 (Master) - 12:23, Eurus filling rapidly, surfboat took off the crew of that vessel; Paul Kegal, 45 (Master) and Walter McCormick, 20.

Eurus - 12:29, Eurus sank

Walter McCormick, 20. - 12:23, Eurus filling rapidly, surfboat took off the crew of that vessel; Paul Kegal, 45 (Master) and Walter McCormick, 20.

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- On course 79° psc at speed 110 RPM through Icy Strait. 6:05, (39.8) Rocky Island abeam distance 1 mile, changed course to 40° psc. 6:22 (41.7) changed course to 328° psc. 7:28, (52.8) Point Retreat Light abeam, distance 0.8 miles. Stood various channel courses into Saginaw Channel. At end approaching Favorite Reef Light. L.W. Perkins, Lieut Comdr.


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 173.3

8:00PM to Midnight. On various courses through Saginaw Channel, Stephens Passage and Gastineau Channel at full speed of 110 rpm. 11:20 stopped and moored to the Juneau Cold Storage dock at Juneau, Alaska. * 11:30 Paul Kegel and Walter McCormick left the ship. Issued 5 night rations to the engineer's force. 11:40 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Walter McCormick - 11:30 Paul Kegel and Walter McCormick left the ship

Paul Kegel - 11:30 Paul Kegel and Walter McCormick left the ship

*11:30 Boatswain A.B. Eriksen, returned from 10 days leave of absence which expired Nov. 1, 1927 and was extended 4 days in accordance with Headquarters' telegram of October 21, 1927.

Boatswain A.B. Eriksen - returned from 10 days leave of absence which expired Nov. 1, 1927 and was extended 4 days in accordance with Headquarters' telegram of October 21, 1927.


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leaves Mr Haugen Escalona Scott McGregor Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Left on Leave Knight


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5 November 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Juneau Cold Storage dock, Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition normal. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. 10:35, board of investigation, of which Lieut. Comdr. L.W. Perkins is senior member, met to investigate the sinking of the motorboat EURUS yesterday. 12:10, board of investigation adjourned. 1:00, granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. 3:30, Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, left on three days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. Commanding Officer's inspection omitted on account of investigation. Deck force employed cleaning about the main and spar decks. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Lieut. Comdr. L.W. Perkins - 10:35, board of investigation, of which Lieut. Comdr. L.W. Perkins is senior member, met to investigate the sinking of the motorboat EURUS yesterday

motorboat EURUS - 10:35, board of investigation, of which Lieut. Comdr. L.W. Perkins is senior member, met to investigate the sinking of the motorboat EURUS yesterday

Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c - left on three days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer

4:00pm to midnight:- Moroed as above. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leaves Mr Haugen Escalona Scott McGregor Knight Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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6 November 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Juneau Cold Storage dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the Sunday morning routine. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00 liberty party returned on time. 10:15 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Crew observed Sunday. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Haugen Escolona Scott. McGregor Knight Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Left on leave Rudolph.


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7 November 1927

Midnight to 9:00AM. 12:00 Charles Goodrick, GM 1c failed to return from special liberty and is absent without leave from this time. 5:40 Charles Goodrick, GM 1c returned aboard having been 5 hours and 40 minutes absent without leave. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles Goodrick, GM 1c - failed to return from special liberty and is absent without leave from this time

Charles Goodrick, GM 1c - returned aboard having been 5 hours and 40 minutes absent without leave

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:10, received articles of current class III requisition from San Francisco Store, via Pacific Steamship Co, on GBL No. T548594. 9:30, held quarters followed by semaphore signal drill and gun drill. 10:00, made preparations for getting underway. 10:45, let go lines and steamed to the City Wharf, on various courses, where moored at 10:55. 11:15, received articles of current class IV and V requisitions from San Francisco Store, via Alaska Steamship Co., on GBL No. T548587 and T548588. Also received, from the manufacturer, one motor-boat propeller; freight prepaid. 1:30 made preparations for getting underway. 1:50, let go lines and steamed on various courses to the Juneau Cold Storage Co's. dock, where moored at 2:00. Deck force employed handling stores and handling lines. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 4:30, Charles V. Rudolph, Yeo 1c, left on 15 days' leave granted by the commanding officer. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

Charles V. Rudolph, Yeo 1c - left on 15 days' leave granted by the commanding officer


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Escolona Scott McGregor Knight Rudolph Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Returned from Leave Mr Haugen


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8 November 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored to the Juneau Cold Storage dock, at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters followed by resuscitation drill for divisions. 2:30 hauled ship off and made fast to Admiral Line dock. Deck force employed chipping and painting main deck waterways and making preparations for coaling ship. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 9:00 Lt. (T) N.S. Haugen reported on board from 29 days leave having left Seattle on Nov. 5, 1927. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Lt. (T) N.S. Haugen - reported on board from 29 days leave having left Seattle on Nov. 5, 1927


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Escolona Scott McGregor Rudolph Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Returned from Leave Knight AWOL Gaviola

coal: 224000 - Coal Received 224000 Expended 7800 On hand 520800

coal: 224000 -


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9 November 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Admiral Line dock Juneau, Alaska. 6:30 Hauled ship astern and moored to Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock. Ship's draft before coaling: forward, 13 feet 7 inches; aft 14 feet 3 inches. 6:50 first coal came aboard. 8:00 liberty party returned, absentees Tomas Gaviola M Att 2c. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Tomas Gaviola M Att 2c - 8:00 liberty party returned, absentees Tomas Gaviola M Att 2c

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. At 9:30 Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c, returned from a three (3) days' leave of absence. Crew employed coaling ship. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

Cyrus L. Knight, WT 1c - returned from a three (3) days' leave of absence

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 5:20 finished coaling ship, having received aboard 100 long tons. Draft after coaling forward 14'04", aft 14'08". At 6:30 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Sent shore patrol ashore. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

coal: 100 long tons - At 5:20 finished coaling ship, having received aboard 100 long tons


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Escolona McGregor Rudolph Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Returned Scott Gaviola L. on Leave Kennedy


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10 November 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Juneau Alaska. At 12:00 midnight Walter Scott, Sea 1c, returned from 9 days leave of absence. Deck force carried out regular morning routine At 8:00 liberty party returned on time. Tomas Gaviola, M. Att 2c absent without leave 24 hours. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Walter Scott, Sea 1c - returned from 9 days leave of absence

Tomas Gaviola, M. Att 2c - absent without leave 24 hours

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00, Tomas Gaviola, M. Att 2c, was brought aboard under guard from the municipal jail, Juneau, he having been absent without leave 26 hours. 11:00, Commanding Officer held mast; Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c agreed to submit to a Wasserman blood test; Tomas Gaviola, M. Att 2c, to be tried by Summary Court for offense noted yesterday and alleged misconduct ashore; Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, to be tried by Summary Court for drunkeness disorderly conduct and assault. 1:10, hauled ship, with lines, to Juneau Cold Storage Company's dock. 1:50, held fire drill, followed by collision drill. 2:00, held quarters. Deck force employed cleaning ship after coaling and handling lines. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Tomas Gaviola, M. Att 2c - was brought aboard under guard from the municipal jail, Juneau, he having been absent without leave 26 hours

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - 11:00, Commanding Officer held mast; Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c agreed to submit to a Wasserman blood test; Tomas Gaviola, M. Att 2c, to be tried by Summary Court for offense noted yesterday and alleged misconduct ashore; Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, to be tried by Summary Court for drunkeness disorderly conduct and assault

Tomas Gaviola, M. Att 2c - 11:00, Commanding Officer held mast; Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c agreed to submit to a Wasserman blood test; Tomas Gaviola, M. Att 2c, to be tried by Summary Court for offense noted yesterday and alleged misconduct ashore; Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, to be tried by Summary Court for drunkeness disorderly conduct and assault

Charles Goodrick, GM 1c - 11:00, Commanding Officer held mast; Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c agreed to submit to a Wasserman blood test; Tomas Gaviola, M. Att 2c, to be tried by Summary Court for offense noted yesterday and alleged misconduct ashore; Charles Goodrick, GM 1c, to be tried by Summary Court for drunkeness disorderly conduct and assault

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 4:30, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 4:30, John A. Kennedy, Eng 2c, left on two days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer. 8:00, shore patrol left the ship. 12:00, shore patrol returned. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

John A. Kennedy, Eng 2c - left on two days' leave of absence granted by the commanding officer


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Escolona McGregor Rudolph Kennedy Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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11 November 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Juneau Cold Storage Co's. dock at Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. 8:00, full dressed ship in recognition of this day as Armistice Day. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 1:00 delivered to Charles Goodrick GM 1c a copy of the charges and specifications preferred against him. 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Quarters and drills omitted on account of Armistice Day. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Charles Goodrick GM 1c - 1:00 delivered to Charles Goodrick GM 1c a copy of the charges and specifications preferred against him

4:00PM to Midnight. Moored as above. 8:00 shore patrol left the ship. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Rudolph Kennedy Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Left on Leave Cezar Returned Escolona McGregor


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12 November 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Juneau Cold Storage dock at Juneau, Alaska. 1:00 shore patrol returned. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned; absentees, William O. Koski Sea 1c and Charles F Hunt, Sea 1c. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles F Hunt, Sea 1c - 8:00 liberty party returned; absentees, William O. Koski Sea 1c and Charles F Hunt, Sea 1c

William O. Koski Sea 1c - 8:00 liberty party returned; absentees, William O. Koski Sea 1c and Charles F Hunt, Sea 1c

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Crew employed cleaning ship for inspection. At 9:30 Summary Court in the case of Charles Goodrick, GM 1c convened. At 9:30 Donald McGregor, WT 2c, returned from 10 days leave of absence. At 10:30 held general muster followed by ship's inspection At 12:20 - William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c returned, having been absent without leave four hours and twenty minutes. At 1:00 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. John G. Erbland, PhM 1c received honorable discharge A1026, by reason of expiration of full term of enlistment, paid in full to date on voucher including mileage allowance to point of enlistment. * At 2:00pm Santiago M. Cezar, Off Std 3c, left on 25 days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer. *At 1:00pm Paterio Escalona, Off Std 3c, returned from leave of absence on time. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

Charles Goodrick, GM 1c - At 9:30 Summary Court in the case of Charles Goodrick, GM 1c convened

Donald McGregor, WT 2c - returned from 10 days leave of absence

William O. Koski, Sea 1c - At 12:20 - William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c returned, having been absent without leave four hours and twenty minutes

Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c - At 12:20 - William O. Koski, Sea 1c and Charles F. Hunt, Sea 1c returned, having been absent without leave four hours and twenty minutes

John G. Erbland, PhM 1c - received honorable discharge A1026, by reason of expiration of full term of enlistment, paid in full to date on voucher including mileage allowance to point of enlistment

Santiago M. Cezar, Off Std 3c - left on 25 days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer

Paterio Escalona, Off Std 3c - returned from leave of absence on time

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 4:30 Summary Court adjourned. At 8:00pm Shore patrol left ship. At 11:15pm George L Grabbe, QM 2c, was found to have left ship without permission. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

George L Grabbe, QM 2c - was found to have left ship without permission


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Rudolph Cezar Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Returned Kennedy


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13 November 1927

rounded marmion island and stood up stephens passage

Lat 58.3, Long -135.7

Midnight to 8:00am:- Moored to the Juneau Cold Storage Dock, Juneau, Alaska. At 1:00am shore patrol returned to ship. ** * Crew carried out regular Sunday morning routine. At 7:30 made preparations to get underway. At 8:00 liberty party returned, no absentees. *At 2:30 George L. Grabbe, QM 2c, returned to ship, he having been absent without leave 3 hours and 15 minutes. **At 1:00am, John A. Kennedy, WT 2c, returned from leave of absence on time. Reenlisted John Gaylord Erbland as PhM 1c on regular enlistment for one year. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

George L. Grabbe, QM 2c - returned to ship, he having been absent without leave 3 hours and 15 minutes

John A. Kennedy, WT 2c - returned from leave of absence on time

John Gaylord Erbland - Reenlisted John Gaylord Erbland as PhM 1c on regular enlistment for one year

8:00AM to Meridian Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 8:05 let go lines from dock and stood various courses down Gastineau Channel and Stephens Passage at full speed of 100 rpm. 9:00 rounded Marmion Island and stood up Stephens Passage. Crew observed Sunday. 12:00 off Point Retreat. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Meridian to 4:00pm. On various courses through Lynn Canal and Icy Strait at full speed of 100 rpm. 3:48, passed Point Adolphus one mile off. Crew observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- On various courses through Icy Strait and North Pacific Ocean. At 6:13 Cape Spencer Light abeam, distant 1.2 mi. (78.0). Set course 194° psc to patrol fishing grounds. Log streamed (78.0) N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00PM to Midnight. Course 194° psc at at full speed of 100 rpm. 9:22 changed course to 268° psc. 9:45 passed a small fishing vessel bound in. Issued 15 night rations to engineers force. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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at sea gulf of alaska

Lat 59.13, Long -140.70

Leave Rudolph Cezar Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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14 November 1927

through the gulf of alaska

Lat 57.0, Long -144.0

Midnight to 4:00am:- Steaming through the Gulf of Alaska on course 268° psc at full speed of 100 rpm. No vessels sighted during this watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming through the Gulf of Alaska on course 268° psc, at full speed of 100 rpm. At 4:47 changed course to 270° psc (91.8). No vessels sighted during this watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00AM to Meridian. On course 270° psc at full speed of 100 rpm Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 8:00 changed course to 245° psc (7.5) 9:15 Summary Court met in the case of Charles Goodrick GM 1c. 9:25 changed course to 294° psc (20.5). 9:30 held quarters for muster followed by gun and signal drills. 10:45 Summary Court adjourned. 12:00 changed course to 245° psc (44.5). Deck force employed chipping main deck waterways. 11:30 Commanding officer held mast in the cases of George L. Grabbe QM 2c for offense noted Nov 13 1927, William O. Koski Sea 1c and Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c for offenses noted Nov. 12 1927, and directed that each be tried by deck court. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Charles Goodrick GM 1c - 9:15 Summary Court met in the case of Charles Goodrick GM 1c

George L. Grabbe QM 2c - 11:30 Commanding officer held mast in the cases of George L. Grabbe QM 2c for offense noted Nov 13 1927, William O. Koski Sea 1c and Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c for offenses noted Nov. 12 1927, and directed that each be tried by deck court

William O. Koski Sea 1c - 11:30 Commanding officer held mast in the cases of George L. Grabbe QM 2c for offense noted Nov 13 1927, William O. Koski Sea 1c and Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c for offenses noted Nov. 12 1927, and directed that each be tried by deck court

Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c - 11:30 Commanding officer held mast in the cases of George L. Grabbe QM 2c for offense noted Nov 13 1927, William O. Koski Sea 1c and Charles F. Hunt Sea 1c for offenses noted Nov. 12 1927, and directed that each be tried by deck court

Merid. to 4:00pm:- On course 245° psc at full speed. 12:20 (47.7) changed course to 172° to speak fishing vessel. 12:43, (51.9) changed course to head for location of numerous fishing vessels. Stood various courses among vessels of fishing fleet obtaining names of each. 8:10 (74.2) stood 287° psc 8:22, slowed to 50 RPM. With empty oil drum as target held gun drill consisting of preliminary sub calibre practice. 4:00, secured from this drill. 3:00, held abandon ship drill, boats not being lowered on account of patrol duties L.W. Perkins, Lieut Comdr.

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- At 4:00 secured from preliminary sub caliber practice and resumed full speed on course 287° psc. At 6:30 passed four fishing vessels. At 7:37 changed course to 240° psc (9.8). N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00PM to Midnight. Course 240° psc full speed of 100 rpm. 9:00 slowed to 85 rpm and changed course to 76° psc. 9:00 sighted 6 fishing vessels. 11:30 passed 2 fishing vessels. Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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yakutat alaska

Lat 59.40, Long -140.23

Leave Rudolph Cezar Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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15 November 1927

yakutat roads

Lat 57.0, Long -144.0

Midnight to 4:00am. On course 76° psc through the Gulf of Alaska at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. No vessels sighted during this watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- On course 76° psc through Gulf of Alaska at 3/4 speed. At 6:35 changed course to 358° psc (2.2). No vessels sighted during this watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00AM to Meridian. On course 358° psc at 3/4 speed of 85 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 8:51 slowed to take sounding. 8:54 increased to 85 rpm. 9:06 changed course to 34° psc (21.2) 9:46 changed course to 101° psc (29.8) 10:00 Pt Carrew abeam took in log 31.1. 10:20 slow and various speeds on various course to anchorage. 10:30 let go port anchor in Yakutat Roads in 18 fathoms of water veered to 45 fathoms of chain. Anchored on the following bearings: Islet 102° true, Village Point 172° true. 10:40 Motor dinghy left the ship with the Medical officer to render medical aid to natives of Yakutat. The enlistments of Harold H. Wheeler, CMM and John A Kennedy Eng 2c which expire this date are extended by reason of vessel being at sea, authority article 446 (2) Regulations William Bowman, Ensign (T)

Harold H. Wheeler, CMM - The enlistments of Harold H. Wheeler, CMM and John A Kennedy Eng 2c which expire this date are extended by reason of vessel being at sea, authority article 446 (2) Regulations

John A Kennedy Eng 2c - The enlistments of Harold H. Wheeler, CMM and John A Kennedy Eng 2c which expire this date are extended by reason of vessel being at sea, authority article 446 (2) Regulations

Meridian to 4:00pm:- Anchored as above. 1:00, Medical Officer returned, hoisted motor dinghy. 2:15, held abandon ship drill, all boats away from ship in six minutes. 2:30, held boat drill under oars. 3:00, hoisted all boats. Deck force employed cleaning about the main deck and handling boat gear. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Anchored as above. 6:45, granted liberty to one watch until 10:00pm at which time liberty party returned, no absentees. Issued 5 night rations to the engineers force. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T)


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yakutat bay alaska

Lat 59.07, Long -141.30

Leave Rudolph Cezar Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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16 November 1927

point carrew light abeam distant 03 mi

Lat 54.1, Long -165.8

Midnight to 8:00am:- Vessel anchored in Yakutat Roads, Alaska, in 18 fathoms of water, 45 fathoms chain, port anchor. At 5:30 made preparations to get underway. At 6:10 heaved up anchor and stood out Yakutat roads on various courses and speeds. At 6:15 rang up full speed, 100 rpm. At 6:25 Point Carrew Light abeam, distant 0.3 mi. streamed log (31.5) set course 281° psc. 6:38 changed course to 240° psc (33.5). At 7:02 changed course to 197° psc (48.2) N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

8:00AM to Meridian. On course 197° psc speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held fire drill 9:33 held collision drill. 9:40 held quarters for muster. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Meridian to 4:00pm. As before. 12:18, changed course to 279° psc (92.6). 1:15, William O. Koski, seaman, first class and Charles F. Hunt, seaman, first class were tried by deck court for offenses noted in log of November 12. 2:00, changed course to 258° psc (10.5). 2:15, met the motorboat PHYLLIS S. of Seward. 2:20, changed course to 300° psc (14.0). 2:40, changed course to 279° psc (17.7) Deck force employed chipping and painting main deck waterways. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Charles F. Hunt, seaman, first class - 1:15, William O. Koski, seaman, first class and Charles F. Hunt, seaman, first class were tried by deck court for offenses noted in log of November 12.

William O. Koski, seaman, first class - 1:15, William O. Koski, seaman, first class and Charles F. Hunt, seaman, first class were tried by deck court for offenses noted in log of November 12.

motorboat PHYLLIS S. - 2:15, met the motorboat PHYLLIS S. of Seward.

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- On course 279° psc at full speed. At 5:28 changed course to 240° psc (47.0). No vessels sighted during this watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 240° psc at full speed of 100 rpm. 8:00 changed course to 91° psc (74.4) 8:15 changed course to 82° psc (77.2) Issued 15 night rations to the engineer's force. Sighted no fishing vessels during this watch. William Bowman, Ensign (T).


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off cape spencer

Lat 58.67, Long -138.80

Leave Rudolph Cezar Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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17 November 1927

through the gulf of alaska

Lat 58.2, Long -136.6

Midnight to 4:00am:- On course 82° psc through the Gulf of Alaska at full speed of 100 rpm. No vessels sighted during this watch. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- On course 82° psc through the Gulf of Alaska at full speed. At 6:00am passed SS Alaska, northbound. No fishing vessels sighted during this watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T)

SS Alaska - At 6:00am passed SS Alaska, northbound.

8:00AM to Meridian. Course 82° psc full speed of 100 rpm. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 changed course to 83° psc (18.3) 9:30 held quarters for muster followed by infantry drill. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Meridian to 4:00pm:- As above. 2:50, took in log (75.1). 3:00, held man-over-board drill, buoy recovered in four minutes; steamed on various courses at various speeds until 3:12 when resumed course 83° psc, and full speed of 100 rpm. No vessels sighted during this watch. Deck force employed chipping and painting main deck waterways and making boat fenders. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to 8:00pm:- As above. 4:30 changed course to 88° psc (89.1). At 7:20 Cape Spencer Light abeam, distant 4.0 mi. (19.0) Stood in Cross Sound on course 18° psc. At 7:48 Cape Spencer abeam 2nd time, distant 1.5 mi. (23.6). No fishing vessels sighted during this watch. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00PM to Midnight On various courses through Cross Sound, North Inian Pass and Icy Strait 8:00 slowed to half speed of 70 rpm on account of possibility of icebergs. 9:05 North Inian Island light abeam, took in log (33.8). Issued 15 night rations to the engineers force. William Bowman, Ensign (T)


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Rudolph Cezar Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Left on Leave Anderson Erbland Discharged Wheeler Kennedy Stabler

coal: 295680 - Coal received 295680 Expended 23680 On hand 577500


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18 November 1927

through lynn canal stephens passage and gastineau channel

Lat 58.3, Long 173.3

Midnight to 4:00am. Steaming on various courses through Icy Strait at half speed of 70 rpm. 12:20, passed Point Adolphus 1.0 mile off, increased to full speed of 100 rpm. 2:30, wind increased to moderate northerly gale. 2:50, rounded Rocky Island one mile off and steered various northerly courses through Lynn Canal. 3:36, passed Naked Island light 1.5 mile off. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00am to 8:00am:- Steaming on various courses through Lynn Canal, Stephen's Passage and Gastineau Channel. At 4:49 rounded Point Retreat 0.5 mi. off. Watch ended off Thane. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T).

8:00AM to 4:00PM. On various courses up Gastineau Channel at full speed of 100 rpm. 8:30 stopped and moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock at Juneau, Alaska. Made preparations for coaling ship. Ship's draft before coaling; forward 12 feet 9 inches, aft 14 feet 0 inches. 10:50 first coal came on board. 1:00 John G. Erbland PhM 1c and Eric A. Anderson F 1c left the ship each on 10 day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Received from Benecia Arsenal 3 boxes of pistol ammunitions on government bill of lading #A1544427. Issued honorable discharge #A1027 and A1028 to Harold H. Wheeler CMM and John A. Kennedy Eng 2c, respectively, due to expiration of enlistments and extension thereof. Authority Article 428 (a) Regulations; paid each in full to date including transportation to point of enlistment. Issued honorable discharge #A1029 to Harold Lawrence Stabler Y 1c due to expiration of enlistment. Deck force employed coaling ship. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Quarters and drills omitted on account of coaling ship. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

John G. Erbland PhM 1c - 1:00 John G. Erbland PhM 1c and Eric A. Anderson F 1c left the ship each on 10 day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

Eric A. Anderson F 1c - 1:00 John G. Erbland PhM 1c and Eric A. Anderson F 1c left the ship each on 10 day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

Harold H. Wheeler CMM - Issued honorable discharge #A1027 and A1028 to Harold H. Wheeler CMM and John A. Kennedy Eng 2c, respectively, due to expiration of enlistments and extension thereof. Authority Article 428 (a) Regulations; paid each in full to date including transportation to point of enlistment

John A. Kennedy Eng 2c - Issued honorable discharge #A1027 and A1028 to Harold H. Wheeler CMM and John A. Kennedy Eng 2c, respectively, due to expiration of enlistments and extension thereof. Authority Article 428 (a) Regulations; paid each in full to date including transportation to point of enlistment

Harold Lawrence Stabler Y 1c - Issued honorable discharge #A1029 to Harold Lawrence Stabler Y 1c due to expiration of enlistment

4:00PM to Midnight Moored as above. 4:45 last coal came aboard, having received 132 long tons of coal. Ships draft after coaling; forward 14 feet 6 inches aft. 14 feet 6 inches 5:05 granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 8:00 shore patrol left the ship. 12:00 shore patrol returned. William Bowman, Ensign (T)

coal: 132 long tons - 4:45 last coal came aboard, having received 132 long tons of coal


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Rudolph Cezar Anderson Erbland Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona Re-enlisted Wheeler Stabler Left on Leave Mr Parker


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19 November 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to the Pacific Coast Coal Company's dock Juneau, Alaska. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

9:00am to 4:00pm:- Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. Tested magazine flood cock, condition satisfactory. Inspected smokeless powder samples, condition normal. Ship's inspection by commanding officer omitted on account of cleaning ship after coaling. At 9:30 Summary court in the case of Charles Goodrick, GM 1c met. At 9:30 hauled ship to Juneau Cold Storage Company's dock. * At 1:00pm granted liberty to one watch until 10:00am tomorrow. At 1:00pm Gunner (T) H.W. Parker, left ship on ten days leave of absence, granted by commanding officer. Harold Henry Wheeler reenlisted as CMM, on a regular enlistment for a period of one year. Harold Lawrence Stabler reenlisted as Y 1c, on a regular enlistment for a period of one year. *At 11:00am Summary court adjourned until 9:00am, November 21. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).

Charles Goodrick, GM 1c - At 9:30 Summary court in the case of Charles Goodrick, GM 1c met

Gunner (T) H.W. Parker - left ship on ten days leave of absence, granted by commanding officer

Harold Henry Wheeler - reenlisted as CMM, on a regular enlistment for a period of one year

Harold Lawrence Stabler - reenlisted as Y 1c, on a regular enlistment for a period of one year

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. At 8:00pm Sent Shore patrol ashore. N.S. Haugen, Lieut (T).


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Parker Rudolph Cezar Anderson Erbland Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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20 November 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Juneau Cold Storage dock, Juneau, Alaska. At 12:40 shore patrol returned to the ship. At 7:00am deck force carried out regular Sunday morning routine. N.S. Haugen, Lieut. (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 10:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. 10:15, granted liberty to one watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 1:10, a commissioned officer with the motor dinghy was sent to inquire among motor boats in port, regarding the whereabouts of the motorboat Tolo, which is reported to be missing. 1:45 Motor dinghy returned and was hoisted. Crew observed Sunday. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

4:00pm to midnight:- Moored as above. 8:00, shore patrol left the ship on duty. 12:00, shore patrol returned. *8:30, Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, was found to be absent without leave. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c - was found to be absent without leave


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juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Leave Mr Parker Rudolph Cezar Anderson Erbland Hospital Stanley Barnhart Gimferona


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21 November 1927

juneau alaska

Lat -22.3, Long 166.4

Midnight to 9:00am:- Moored to the Juneau Cold Storage Company's dock Juneau, Alaska. 2:00, Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c, returned from five hours and thirty minutes absence without leave. Carried out the morning routine. 8:00, liberty party returned, no absentees. A.J. Craig, Lieut. (jg)(T).

Charles A. Saar, Sea 1c - returned from five hours and thirty minutes absence without leave

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as above. Inspected magazine, temperature normal. 9:30 held quarters for muster followed by gun drill. 10:00 Summary Court met in case of Charles Goodrick GM 1c. 11:30 Summary Court adjourned. 2:00 Board of investigation met to investigate loss of a pair of binoculars #28042. 3:30 Board of investigation adjourned for the day. Deck force employed cleaning ship's boats. 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast and directed that Charles A. Saar Sea 1c be tried by deck court for offense noted above. William Bowman, Ensign (T).

Charles Goodrick GM 1c - 10:00 Summary Court