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Nicholson I TB-29

Nicholson I
(TB-29: dp. 218; 1 175'; b. 17'8"; dr. 6'5"; s. 25 k.; cpl. 28; a. 3 18" tt., 3 1-pdr.; cl. Blakely)

The first Nicholson (TB-29) was laid down 6 December 1898 by Lewis Nixon Shipyard, Elizabethtown, N.J., Launched 23 September 1901; sponsored by Mrs. Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont; and commissioned at New York 10 January 1905, Lt. W. S. Miller in command.

Nicholson served with the Atlantic Fleet until struck from the Navy List 3 March 1909 to be used as a target.

 

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