- Original Owner
- United States Revenue Cutter Service
- Propulsion Type
- Tonnage Gross
History and Notes
- 1898, Summer-at Ogdensburg, cut in two to be transported through the canals for use on the Atlantic Coast.
- 1898, June Dispute between Revenue Cutter Service and Navy. Navy Department wanted to rename the ship as ACAMAC. Revenue Cutter Service won to keep name.
- 1915 Revenue Cutter Service reorganized as US Coast Guard.
- 1917-19, Transferred to U.S. Navy for convoy-escort & patrol off Gibraltar; continued North Atlantic Coast Patrol until May, 1919.
- 1919 Rebuilt 205.5 x 32 x 13.75'; 1119 tons displacement.
- 1919, Sep Reverted back to United States Coast Guard; patrolled at Seattle, WA.
- 1931 Owned Foss Launch & Tug Co., Seattle, WA.
- 1943-48 Commandeered for Naval Service; designated YAG-29; nature of service unknown.
- Newspaper Clippings
- Edward J. Dowling Collection, University of Detroit-Mercy
- Donald V. Baut
- Bowling Green State University
- Unique ID