5th United States Revenue Cutter Service vessel built.
1893, Oct 21 Launched.
1894, Aug 23 Still under construction.
1894, Sep/Oct Final trials completed; served at Chicago, IL, for boarding purposes & to enforce new anchorage laws.
1898, Apr-Sep Served in North Atlantic Squadron in Spanish - American War; travelled as far as Cuba carrying dispatches to fleets.
1915 Reorganized under United States Coast Guard, Washington, D. C.
c1918 Served in World War I, Third Naval District, New York District.
1934 Renamed TIOGA (WYT-74).
1947 Owned New Haven Towing Co., New York, NY; US252202; renamed JOHN F. DREWS; 90.58 x 20.75 x 9.33; 123 gross / 83 net tons.
1950 Owned Whaling City Dredge & Dock Corp., Groton, CT; burned off New Haven, CT, Long Island Sound; rebuilt & converted to 900hp diesel; then sank handling a prefabricated tunnel section in Elizabeth River, Norfolk, VA; raised in 1951.
1952 Used on St.Lawrence Seaway Project.
1958 Owned C. A. Pitts General Contractor, LTD, Toronto, ONT; C18976; 90.68 x 21 x 9.33; 119 gross / 79 net tons.
1962 Owned Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corp., Cleveland, OH; US252202.
1967 Owned Dunbar & Sullivan Dredging Co., Detroit, MI; renamed WILLIAM J. DUGAN.
Unknown Date Renamed SPANKY PAINE.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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