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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Between 1865 and 1866, five cutters of the Chase Class were constructed for the Revenue Cutter Service. These cutters were named: Chase, Fessenden, Johnson, McCulloch and Sherman. They were wooden-hulled side-wheel steamers and powered by walking-beam steam engines. Their hulls were constructed with iron diagonal bracing for added strength. They were designed for operations on the Great Lakes. However, the McCulloch served in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic.


Editor Lambert M. Surhone

Editor Mariam T. Tennoe

Editor Susan F. Henssonow

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GTIN 9786131916618

Language English

Pages 92

Product type Paperback

USRC Andrew Johnson

Lambert M. Surhone

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