Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number U.S NAVY
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 200.42
Width 35.00
Depth 13.33
Hull Material Steel

Vessel History

History Served in Atlantic coastal waters and Caribbean, 1904-1911, out of Portsmouth, NH. Arrived at Chicago, IL, June 29, 1911; decommissioned on July 22, 1911, as training ship for Illinois Naval Militia. Recommissioned August 4, 1914, cleared for Portsmouth, NH, and fitted as mine training ship. Assigned to Mining & Mine Sweeping Division, Atlantic Fleet. In World War I, acted as convoy escort, New York-Halifax, N.S.; with French division, Caribbean Patrol; and along coasts of Colombia and Venezuela; and with American Patrol Detachment, Atlantic Fleet. Decommissioned May 17, 1919; recommissioned May 25, 1922, sailed for Detroit, arriving there on June 24, 1922, to serve Naval Reservists in 9th Naval District. Sailed for Boston, MA, on November 14, 1940; assigned to 1st Naval District, then to Armed Guard School, Little Creek, VA, as training gunnery ship for armed guard crews, largely on Chesapeake Bay. Decommissioned on September 7, 1945.
Disposition Decommissioned on September 7, 1945, and turned over to U.S. Maritime Commission for disposal on December 19, 1946. Sold for scrapping.

Build Information

Builder Gas Engine & Power Co. and Charles L. Seabury & Co
Place Built Morris Heights, NY
Date Built 1904-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
DUBUQUE (AG-5)1919-00-001922-00-00U.S.U.S. NAVY
DUBUQUE (IX-9)1921-00-001940-00-00U.S.U.S. NAVY
DUBUQUE (PG-17)1940-00-001946-00-00U.S.U.S. NAVY

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
U.S. NAVY1904-00-001946-00-00U.S.U.S. NAVY