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22208. (photo) U.S. Revenue Steamer Windom

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22208. (photo) U.S. Revenue Steamer Windom

22208. (photo) U.S. Revenue Steamer Windom under construction at Dubuque, La. C.1893. 10” x 13”. Commissioned by Revenue Cutter Service on June 30, 1896, the Windom was a steel-hulled, single screw vessel, with an engine capable of generating 800 horsepower. She carried one small-caliber gun. The vessel served with the North Atlantic Squadron. The vessel was commanded by Capt. S. E. Maguire, U.S.R.C.S. The Windom served with the Navy from March 24, 1898 until August 11, 1898. This vessel was later renamed Comanche. (VG). $58.