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


An iron-hulled, 407-ton, single-screwed vessel, the Grant was constructed 1870-1871 by Pusey & Jones Corporation, Wilmington, Delaware.  She ceased her naval service on August 15, 1898.


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

Captain J. A. Slamm, commanding
First Lieutenant Byron Laverne Reed, executive
Second Lieutenant Benjamin Maurice Chiswell, navigator
Third Lieutenant J. C. Hooker
Third Lieutenant Eugene Blake, Jr.
Chief Engineer A. L. Broadbent
Second Assistant Engineer H. D. Glover
Second Assistant Engineer John B. Turner
Surgeon Robert R. Hammond