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Officers of U.S. Revenue Cutter Corwin
during the Spanish American War


The Corwin, a wooden-hulled 4244-ton (estimated) vessel, served with the Pacific Squadron protecting vessels traveling between San Francisco and the Klondike gold fields. Above : U.S. Revenue Cutter "Corwin,' Departure for Alaska."  H. Ex. 153 49I; dated 1887; engraving by Moss Eng Co., NY.  Scanned from the 1885 Report.


List of officers of U.S.R.C. Corwin during the Spanish American War:

Captain W. J. Herring, commanding
First Lieutenant P.W. Thompson, executive
Second Lieutenant Preston Henry Uberroth, navigator
Second Lieutenant Frederick Chamberlayne Billard
Second Lieutenant Bernard Holt Camden
First Assistant Engineer Charles F. Nash
Second Assistant Engineer John I. Bryan
Second Assistant Engineer Samuel M. Rock
Surgeon Stephen Whyte