||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.