1864, Jul 14 Commissioned as naval guard boat U.S.S. MOCCASIN, stationed at Pea Patch, DE.
1865, Mar 14 Stationed St. Indigoes, MD.
1865, Aug 12 Decommissioned at Norfolk, VA.
1865, Sep 18 Purchased by Treasury Dept for Revenue Cutter; stationed at Norfolk & Wilmington, NC.
1869 Repaired at Philadelphia, PA; restationed at Newport, RI & Charleston, SC.
1881 Rebuilt at Slater & Read Shipyard, New York City; lengthened to 128'; renamed U.S.R.C. GEORGE M. BIBB; stationed Oswego, NY.
1890, Nov 22 Decomissioned at Buffalo, NY.
1891, Oct 14 Owned George H. Kimball, Cleveland, OH; rebuilt by Ship Owners Dry Dock Co., Cleveland as package freighter; 128.6 x 23 x 10.2'; 214 gross / 152 net tons; renamed PENTAGOET; US150559.
1892, May 23 Enrolled Belfast, ME; worked out of Boston, MA.
1894 Rebuilt for coastal service; 332 gross/ 267 net tons; owned Manhattan Steamship Co., New York City.
1898, Nov 27 Lost at sea.
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