Cutters

Historical Bibliography


Articles

Abel, Christopher A. "Designing a Patrol Boat Fleet For Tomorrow." The Bulletin (Feb/Mar 1988), pp. 19-22.

________. "The Island Class Patrol Boat: A Primer." The Bulletin (Jun-Jul 1987), pp. 18-22.

"The Abel P. Upshur Served in Cuban Waters." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1934), p. 8.

"Academy Pier [ Dobbin ]." Coast Guard Magazine 6 (Apr 1933), p. 27.

"Active: A Brief History of the Vessels of This Name in the Service." The Bulletin (Jan 1942), pp. 166-167.

Adams, Michael R. "Can the Coast Guard's New Cutters Cut It?" Naval Institute Proceedings 94 (Apr 1978), pp. 99-101.

Adams, R.B. "New Lake Class Ships..." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1930), pp. 6-8.

________. "Turbo-Electric Drive: Its Value Compared to Other Modern Propelling Equipment." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1929), p. 6.

________., & F.A. Hunnewell. "Typical Vessels and Boats of the U.S. Coast Guard." Naval Institute Proceedings 55 (May 1929), pp. 401-405.

Adkins, Arthur, & Jan Snodgrass. "210' WMEC Main Diesel Engine Exhaust Systems." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 21-213 (Winter 1982), pp. 48-51.

"Air Cushion Vehicle Evaluation." Commandant's Bulletin (Jun 27 1969), pp. 3, Suppl. No. 3.
"Algonquin Launched." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1934), p. 20.

Allington, Kenneth J. "The 270' MEC's - Capable Cutters." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1985), pp. 31-33.

Ames, Fred L., & Richard R. Houck. "The 270 Foot Medium Endurance Class Cutter: Main Propulsion Machinery Plant." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 22-214 (Spring, 1982), pp. 3-11.

________. "270 Foot Medium Endurance A Class Cutter: Auxiliary Machinery Plant." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 22-219 (Summer 1983), pp. 30-42.

________. "270' WMEC Machinery Plant Control and Monitor System." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 22-217 (Winter 1983), pp. 7-20.

Anderson, F.C., & R.C. Stancliff. "The Reliance Class 210-Foot WPC." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 134 (May-June 1962), pp. 11-15.

"Who remembers the old cutter ANDREW JACKSON?" Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1929), p. 21.

"The Anthology of Ten C.G. Cutters That Went to War Prior to Pearl Harbor." Coast Guard Magazine (Jun 1946), pp. 16-20.

"Apache Passes On." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1937), p. 39.

"At the Launching of the U.S.S. Argo." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1933), p. 7.

"Auxiliary Vessel 'Storis' Big Sister to Buoy Tenders." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1957), pp. 32-34.

Baca, Victor M.  "U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Tamaroa: A Perfect Ship for 'The Perfect Storm.'"  Model Ship Journal  1, No. 1 (Autumn 2000), pp. 36-39.

________.  "U.S. Coast Guard in Scale: Normandy Invasion, 1944: The 83' Wooden Patrol Boat."  Model Ship Journal  3, No. 2 (Summer 2002), pp. 30-36.

Bagger, F.E. "Some Notes on the Proposed 240 Foot Cutters." Journal of the United States Coast Guard Association I, No. 1 (Jan, Feb, Mar 1917), pp. 70-73.

Baker, Peter. "Building a Model of a 30 Ton Revenue Cutter of 1829." Model Ship Builder No. 104 (Nov/Dec 1996), pp. 4-13.

Bandos, Doug. "Dorado Commissioned." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 3 1981), pp. 10-12.

"Beauty in the Northern Seas [ Tallapoosa ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1935), pp. 4, 14. 

"Bedloe." Coast Guard Magazine 25 (May 1952), pp. 36-37.

Bell, Kensil. "Some Early Experiences with Iron and Steam at Sea." Naval Institute Proceedings 69 (Aug 1943), pp. 1093-1098.

Bellona, Steven J. "The 270' WMEC, a Capable Platform!" The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1985).

"Bids Asked for Coast Guard Cutter for Arctic Service." Marine Engineering and Shipping Age (Mar 1926).

"Birth of a Cutter [ 270-foot ] Revisited." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 21-213 (Winter 1982), pp. 28-36.

"Birth of the Reliance." Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 142 (Jan-Feb-Mar 1964), pp. 10-11.

Black, Herbert., & Christopher Abel. "Missing the Boat [ Fast Patrol Boats ]." Naval Institute Proceedings [???] (Sep 1988), pp. 57-64.

Boatman, William. "Northland Joins Fleet." Commandant's Bulletin (Feb 1 1985), pp. 8-9.

________. "Oldest Secretary." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 30 1985), p. 9.

Bobkowski, Paul A. "Gone But Not Forgotten [ Bibb ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 20 1985), p. 5.

Boedeker, John. "Launching the Sebago." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1930), pp. 6-7.

Bonner, Kit.  "Naval Hydrofoils [ CGC Flagstaff ]."  Sea Classics 36, No. 11 (Nov 2003), pp. 10-13, 64-65.

Booth, Rick. "High Tech on the High Seas [ 270-foot WMEC ]." Offshore ( ??? ), pp. 31-40.

Borden, Bob. "Reconstructing a Bit of History [ Electra ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 30 1984), pp. 16-17.

Browning, Robert M., Jr. "The Lasting Injury: The Revenue Marine's First Steam Cutters." The American Neptune (Winter 1992), pp. 25-37.

Bunch, James C. "Remembering the USS Tampa." Officer Review 39, No. 3 (Oct 1999), pp. 12-13.

Butler, Paul T. "Unit Level Preparations for 210 'B' Class Mid-Life Maintenance Availability." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 26-235 (Summer 1988), pp. 16-18.

Cabral, Ronald B. "Lost Cutter." Commandant's Bulletin 1-84 (Jan 6, 1984), pp. 24-25.

________. "Search for Historic Cutter." Breakers (Dec 1983), pp. 4-5.

Cady, Veronica. "Find the Good and Praise It [ Alex Haley ]." Coast Guard (Sep 1999), pp. 18-21.

________. "Fleet Beneath the Sea: Retired CG Cutters Join a Growing Fleet..." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 1992), pp. 34-35.

Calahan, E.T. "Description of Launching of 110-Foot Harbor Cutters ARUNDEL and MAHONING." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest (Sep 1939), pp. 12-13.

Campbell, L. "Queen of the Coast Guard [ Campbell ] Celebrates 45th Year." Commandant's Bulletin (May 18 1981), pp. 12-13.

"Campbell Leaves the Fleet." Commandant's Bulletin (May 24 1982), pp. 18-21.

Cantwell, John C. "The Loss of the McCullough." Coast Guard Magazine 13 (Sep 1940), pp. 6-7.

________. "The Salvage of the 'Manning.'" The Bulletin (Sep 1940), pp. 8-12.

"Cape Corwin Leaves Hawaii." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 9 1981), p. 4.

Capral, Ron. "Lost Cutter [ Lawrence ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 6 1984), pp. 24-25.

Capron, Walter C. "The Cutters Harriet Lane." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1966), pp. 431-441.

Carlson, E.V. "Diesel Engines of 'Northland.'" U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest (Apr 1940), pp. 1-11.

Carlson, Robert J. & William F. Tighe. Development and Problems in Coast Guard Cutter Design. U.S. Naval Institute Review (Annapolis: U.S. Naval Institute, 1963).

Carroll, Walter. "A Patrol Aboard the Cutter Cherokee." Coast Guard Magazine 25 (Sep 1952), pp. 26-29.

Carter, C. F. "Life-Saving at Sea Revolutionized [ new cutter No. 16 ]." Harper's Weekly (Jan 4 1908), p. 30.

"CGC Bodega." Coast Guard Magazine (Jun 1952), pp. 38-39.

"C.G. Cutter Dow." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1952), pp. 22. 

Chambers, Max. "Journey's End ... Apache ... Goes to Junk Yard." Coast Guard Magazine 12 (Nov 1938), pp. 15, 22.

"Chase May Be Coast Guard Relic." Coast Guard Magazine 1 (Jan 1928), p. 22.

Chiswell, W.B. "Practice Ships: History of Coast Guard Training Vessels..." Coast Guard Magazine 1 (Apr 1928), pp. 18-19.

"Coast Guard Accepts Yacht Atlantic for Use at the Academy." The Bulletin (Apr 1941), p. 27.

"Coast Guard Album: Modoc 1922-1946." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1955), p. 48.

"Coast Guard to Build Fleet of Cruising Cutters." Coast Guard Bulletin I, 36 (Jun 1942), p. 287.

"Coast Guard Commissions 'Avoyel' and 'Chilula.'" Coast Guard Magazine 30 (Nov 1956), p. 21.

"Coast Guard Cutter [ Bibb ] Has Long Rescue History." The Bulletin IX, No. 9 (Dec 1947), pp. 446-449.

"The Coast Guard Cutter Northland." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1930), p. 23.

"The Coast Guard Cutter Seminole [ 1899-1934 ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1955), p. 19.

"Coast Guard Cutters Arundel and Mahoning." Marine Age (Aug 1939), p. 23.

"Coast Guard Cutters Become Artificial Reefs." Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council 44 (Sep 1987), p. 211.

"Coast Guard Cutters, Patrol Boats, & Tugs. Description of New Vessels..." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1933), pp. 20-21.

"Coast Guard Cutters Raritan & Naugatuck." Marine Age (May, 1939), pp. 16-18, 32.

"Coast Guard Cutters 65-71." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest (Jun 1936), pp. 1-18.

"A Coast Guard Destroyer Escort [ Lowe ]."The Bulletin (Mar 1953), p. 324.

"The Coast Guard Destroyer Hunt." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1931), p. 18.

"Coast Guard Gets Destroyer Escorts." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1951), p. 25.

"Coast Guard Patrol Boat [ Tingard ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1930), p. 18.

"Coast Guard Receives Two of Six Navy ‘DEs.’" Coast Guard Bulletin VII, 2 (Aug 1951), pp. 25-26.

Collins, Robert E. "A Good Ship is the Absecon." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1953), pp. 28-29.

"Construction and Repair Topics: BETA [formerly the Cadet Training Ship ALEXANDER HAMILTON]." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 34 (June 1939), p. 37-(1).

"Construction and Repair Topics: The Fleet." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 37 (Sep 1939), p. 30-(1).

"Construction and Repair Topics: Names for New Cutters." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 29 (Jan 1939), p. 42-43.

"Contract Awarded for High Endurance Cutter." The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1964), pp. 55-56.

"Conyngham [ Coast Guard Destroyer ]." Coast Guard Magazine 2 (Dec 1928), p. 34.

"Conyngham Curse." Coast Guard Magazine 11 (Jul 1938), p. 31.

"Courier to Return to U.S." The Bulletin (May-June 1964), p. 255.

Cradick, A. "CG Boats [ Cape Strait ] Sink off Cape May." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 1993), p. 12.

"Crew of the Apache." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1929), p. 16.

Crissy, Paul. "High Tech Gear Makes 378s Ready [ Harpoon missiles ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 10, 1987), pp. 26-27.

"The Cruise of the Kukui." The Bulletin (Mar 1949), pp. 330-331.

"Cruising Cutters, The Aristocrats of the Coast Guard." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1944), pp. 33-34.

Crump, Jeff. "The CGC Yocona is Decommissioned...." Commandant's Bulletin (Jul 1996), pp. 28-29.

Cubberly, Norman. "The Big A [ Acushnet ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1955), pp. 30-34.

Culver, John A. "Underway From 1936 to 1985: USCGC DUANE (WHEC 33)-Part I." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 28-241 (Spring, 1990), pp. 11-19. 

________.________. "Part II." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 28-242 (Summer 1990), pp. 15-20.

"Cutter [378'] Activation Program." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 15 1971), pp. 5, Suppl. No. 1.

"The Cutter Apache." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1932), p. 6.

"The Cutter Chelan." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1932), p. 8.

"The Cutter Comanche." Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1935), p. 22.

"Cutter Design." Quality 28:2 (Feb 1989). pp. 32-33.

"The Cutter Gresham." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1929), p. 12.

"The Cutter Manning." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1933), p. 33.

"The Cutter Mojave." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1933), p. 15; (Jan 1935), p. 19.

"Cutter No. 55: Outboard Profile." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1931), p. 10.

"The Cutter Pontchartrain." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1933), p. 17.

"The Cutter Snohomish." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1929), p. 28; (Sep 1932), p. 48; (Apr 1933), p. 21; (Apr 1934), p. 28.

"The Cutter Tahoe." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1930), p. 24.

"The Cutter Tamaroa." Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1930), p. 21.

"The Cutter Tingard." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1933), p. 25.

"Cutter Hermes and Fair Sponsor." Coast Guard Magazine 5 (Apr 1932), p. 56.

"Cutter Spencer Leaves CG Fleet." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 22-218 (Spring, 1983), pp. 13.

"The Cutting Out of the 'Caleb Cushing.'"The Bulletin (Sep 1941), pp. 97-101.

"The Cayuga launched." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1931), p. 16.

"Dallas." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1933), pp. 4-5.

"Danish Training Ship 'Danmark.'"The Bulletin (Jan 1942), pp. 157.

"Danish Training Ship Danmark." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1942), p. 49.

"Decisive Changes Home Port." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 16 1982), pp. 25-27.

DeLaat, P.J., Jr. "165-Foot Cutter Rehabilitation Program." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 121 (Mar-Apr 1960), pp.17-21.

Delgado, James P. "In the Midst of Great Excitement: The Argosy of the Revenue Cutter C.W. Lawrence." The American Neptune XLV (Spring, 1985), pp. 119-131.

Dempwolf, Ralph W. "The First Voyage of the New Turbo-Electric Cutter Chelan." The Bugle (Feb 1929), pp. [*****] 

"Description of the Cutter Hamilton." The Bulletin III (Jun 1941), pp. 64-65.

"Description of Engines [ USRC Andrew Johnson ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1933), pp. 4-5.

"The Destroyer Beale." Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1929), p. 10; "....Cassin." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1930), p. 14; "....Conyngham." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1933), p. 12; "....Conyngham." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1932), p. 48; "....Davis." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1929), p. 15; "....Hunt." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1932), p. 54; "....Porter." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1930), p. 20; "....Trippe." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1931), p. 26; "....Tucker." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1932), p. 54.

"Destroyer Beale." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1930), p. 32.

"Destroyers Obsolete." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1933), p. 18.

"Destroyers! The Real School for Seamen." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1928), pp. 5-6.

"Destroyers Scrapped." Coast Guard Magazine 7 (Sep 1934), p. 13.

"Destroyers Selected: Hunt, Welborn C. Wood, George E. Badger, & Herndon Taken Over by Coast Guard." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1930), p. 5.

Dickason, John R., & George P. Wakefield. "The Building of Six Revenue Cutters for the Northern Lakes: An Inside Look at Military Shipbuilding in the Mid-1800’s, Part I." Inland Seas: Quarterly Journal of the Great Lakes Historical Society 42, no. 3 (Fall 1986), pp. 189-194; "Part II." 42, no. 4 (Winter 1986), pp. 231-235; "Part III." 43, no. 2 (Summer 1987), pp. 124-128; "Part IV." 43, no. 3 (Fall 1987), pp. 206-210. 

DiNinno, A.J. "Moving Forward into the Future." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 1989), pp. 18-21.
Dixon, Robert, Jr. "Captain Gross's Arms & Stores [ cutter Active-1791 ]." The Bulletin 28 (Mar-Apr 1966), pp. 95-100.

"Dorado [ SES ] Commissioned." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 3 1981), pp. 10-12.

Dorr, Robert F. "The Ships and Aircraft of the United States Coast Guard." The United States Coast Guard: The Shield of Freedom [ A Government Services Group periodical ] (2004), pp. 182-199.

Eardley, Reese. "Chelan is Launched; First of Coast Guard's New Cutters, No. 45, Hits Water Under Command of CDR R. W. Dempwolf." Coast Guard Magazine (June 1928), pp. 14-15.

Ehrman, William E. "The HARRIET LANE - Fighting Lady of the Civil War." The Bulletin (Sep/Oct 1980), pp. 22-25.

________. "Lost in the Graveyard of the Atlantic [ CGCs Jackson & Bedloe ]."The Bulletin (Sep/Oct 1978), pp. 32-37.

"Escanaba Takes Station at Grand Haven." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1933), p. 9.

Estey, R.H. "Salvage of the CGC General Greene (WSC-140)." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 126 (Jan-Feb, 1961), pp. 2-9.

Everett, Harold A. "The Effect of Waves Upon a Taffrail Log [ Gresham ]. " Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers 19 (1911), pp. 121-134.

"Farewell Duane." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 30 1985), pp. 8-9.

Fears, Douglas M. "Crisis in the Cutter Fleet: It's Time to Recapitalize Aging U.S. Coast Guard Cutters and Permit the Service to Continue Its Invaluable Defense of Multiple Mission Areas." Naval Institute Proceedings 137 (Aug 2011), pp. 22-27.

Ferguson, W.B. "Two Instances of Unusual Repairs to Vessels [Light Ship #68]. " Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers 15 (1907), pp. 179-186. 

Ferrier, Donna L. "Cutter Named for Alex Haley." Officer Review 39, No. 3 (Oct 1999), p. 17.

Figuerira, Jeanne. "The Paddle-Wheeler [ Hunter Wheel ] that Couldn't." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 16, 1984), pp. 18-20.

"The First Rivet [ George M. Campbell ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1935), p. 18.

"The First Tampa." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1956), p. 1.

"The First of Two CGC Seminoles." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1955), p. 2.

Flanders, W.M., & B.S. Gathy. "Fuel and the Coast Guard Cutter." The Bulletin (May/June 1980), pp. 36-39.

"The Flagship Hunt." Coast Guard Magazine (Jun 1931), p. 3.

"For the Last Round Up [ USCG Destroyers ]." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1934), p. 31.

"Formerly Navy Seaplane Tenders, the 311s Patrol the Lonely Ocean Weather Stations." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1956), pp. 32-34.

"Fourth Tampa Joins Fleet." Commandant's Bulletin (Apr 6 1981), pp. 8-9.

Frick, Sherman K. "Long Live the Queen!" The Bulletin (Jan-Feb 1972), pp. 47-51.

________. "POTOMAC - From the Heights To the Depths." The Bulletin (Mar/Apr 1982), pp. 34-37.

"Galatea Launched." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1933), pp. 31.

"The Galatea-Argo Type 165-Footers." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1934), p. 12.

"Gallatin and GITMO: Part 1." Commandant's Bulletin (May 4 1981), pp. 8-14.

"Gallatin and GITMO: Part 2." Commandant's Bulletin (May 11 1981), pp. 9-13.

"Gallatin and GITMO: Part 3." Commandant's Bulletin (May 18 1981), pp. 10-13.

Gardner, E.L. "Ships That Went to War Before Pearl Harbor." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1946), pp. 26-27.

Gilman, Jim. "Harriet Lane is Launched in Tacoma." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 15 1982), pp. 18-19.

"The Good Ship Herndon." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1933), p. 30; ". . . Mendota." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1933), p. 16’; ". . . Pontchartrain." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1929), pp. 8-9.

Gourley, Scott R. "Revamped Matagorda: A Sign of Things to Come." The United States Coast Guard: The Shield of Freedom [ A Government Services Group periodical ] (2004), pp. 100-105.

Grantham, L. "The Old Comanche." Coast Guard Magazine 4 (Jan 1931), p. 2.

"Great Construction Program is Started." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1933), pp. 2, 33.

Green, C.M. "Curves of Progressive Speed Trials of the Androscoggin." Journal of the Revenue Cutter Service Association I, No. 1 (Jun 1914), pp. 14-18. 

Green, D.L. "The 82-Foot Class Patrol Boat." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 133 (Mar-Apr 1962), pp. 2-5.

"The Gresham." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1930), p. 8.

Gunter, Ian. "USCG Tests SES [ - ] 200." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 21 1984), pp. 12-13.

Hamilton, William. "Loper's Propellers and Hunter's Submerged Wheels." Journal of the Franklin Institute. Volume II. 3rd ser. Philadelphia: Franklin Institute 1846. pp. 24-26.

"A Happy Ship [ McDougal ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1932), p. 46.

"Harbor Entrance Patrol; U.S. Coast Guard Magazine Visits a Norfolk 95-Footer." Coast Guard Magazine (Jun 1955), pp. 12-13.

Hatch, Peter. "Former Coast Guard Cutters Still in Service Around the Globe." The Bulletin 64, No. 5 (Oct 2002), pp. 38-39.

"Here Comes the Showboat [ Hunt ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1934), p. 8.

"Here's Good Ship Modoc." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1934), p. 23.

"Heritage Class Patrol Boats." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 27 1987), p. 2. 

Heydenreich, James. "Massachusetts: First of the Revenue Cutters." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1967), pp. 72-80.

________. "33 - '27 - 42 [125-Foot Cutters]." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1969), pp. 37-48.

Higginbotham, R.D. "The Pontchartrain Goes Asiatic." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1952), pp. 13-16.

Hiles, Kirk E.  "The Coast Guard's New Marine Protector Class Coastal Patrol Boat [87-foot WPB]."  The Bulletin 61, No. 1 (Feb 1999), pp. 18-19.

Hill, C.H. "What the Coast Guard Needs: Cutters that Count." Naval War College Review 36 (Jan-Feb 1983), pp. 41-45.

"How Coast Guard Vessels Are Named: Selection is Outgrowth of Old Haphazard Systems." Coast Guard Bulletin VIII, 8-9 (Feb-Mar 1953), pp. 165-166.

Howe, James C. "The Surface Effect Ship: A Second Generation." The Bulletin (Feb-Mar 1988), pp. 15-18.

Howe, Jim.  "The Need for BIG Speed."  Naval Institute Proceedings  127 (Dec 2001), pp. 58-60.

Hunnewell, Frederick A. "Revenue Cutters, Coast Guard Ships, & Lightships." Historic Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (1893-1943), pp. 340-342.

________. "United States Coast Guard Cutters." Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers 45 (1937), pp. 81-114.

________. "The Value of Foresight. Cutter Chelan Demonstrates the Need of Coast Guard Equipment for Rendering Aid to Aircraft." Coast Guard Magazine 3 (Mar 1930), p. 12.

Hunter, Thomas B. "The Need For Speed [ Cyclone-class (PC-1) US Navy patrol coastal (PC) vessels ]."  Naval Institute Proceedings 127 (Jan 2001), pp. 76-79.

Hyndman, James. "A Landlubber Enjoys a Cruise on a Cutter [ Pontchartrain ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1932), pp. 44-46.

"In Days Gone By." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1962), pp. 31-33.

"In Memoriam [CGC Cuyahoga]." The Bulletin (Nov/Dec 1978), p. 39.

"Introduction of the 110' WPB Fleet." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 24-227 (Summer 1985), pp. 9-10.

"Island Class Patrol Boat Letters." The Bulletin (Oct-Nov 1987), p. 2.

"Island-Class Update." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 24-230 (Summer 1986), p. 8.

"Itasca's Name." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1929), p. 9.

Johnson, Duncan. "The 270' WMEC Design." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1976), p. 4.

Johnson, Harvey F. "Engineering: Legare '44 to Escanaba '32." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1933), p. 2.

Johnson, Paul H. "Harriet Lane: Great Ship, Great Lady." The Bulletin (Sep/Oct 1982), pp. 20-25.

Johnson, Robert Erwin. "The U.S. Coast Guard's 255-foot Cutters.  'Were They The Fiasco Class?'" Warship International  XXXVI, No. 1 (1999), pp. 44-70.

________. "Queen of the Revenue Marine [ McCulloch ]."The Bulletin  (Mar-Apr 1971), pp. 2-9. 

________., & Robert E. Williams.  "Coast Guard Cutter Design, 1941-1990."  U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 30-248 (Winter 1992), pp. 10-23.

Jones, Melvin R. "The Watch That Never Ends." Naval Institute Proceedings 115 (Oct 1989), pp. 65-66, 69-72.

Kaiser, Martin J. "The Cutter Duane - Outside Looking In." The Bulletin (Oct 1992), pp. 15-16.

Kaplan, John F. "Chemical, Biological and Radiological Protection for the Heritage Class Patrol Boat." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 26-236 (Fall 1988), pp. 12-15.

Kaplan, H.R., & J.F. Hunt. "The Indestructible Taney." Veterans of Foreign Wars Magazine (Dec 1970), pp. 8-10, 44-45.

Kelly, Mike. "Surface Effects Ships: Why We Have Them..." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 6 1982), pp. 28-29.

Kennedy, Joseph. "Biography of a Ship, U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Dexter." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1948), pp. 18-19.

Kiley, Edmund I. "The Naval Employment of the Coast Guard 270-Medium Endurance Cutter." Naval War College Review 33 (Oct 1980), pp. 13-22.

Ko, Suzanne McMurray. "Danmark - A Wartime Story." The Bulletin (Aug/Sep 1991), pp. 21-22.

Kraft, Carl, & Nell Craft. "The USCGC Taney: Still in Service 35 Years Later." Naval Institute Proceedings 102 (Dec 1976), pp. 50-51. 

Lange, Willem M. "The Last Voyage of the Duane." The Bulletin (Jun-Jul 1986), pp. 32-35.

Lank, R.B., Jr. "The Owasco Class Cutters." The Bulletin (Apr 1945), pp. 22-23.

"The Last Cruise [ Chase ]." Coast Guard Magazine 3 (Sep 1930), p. 12.

"The Last of the Sidewheel Steamers [ Colfax ]." Coast Guard Magazine 6 (Mar 1933), p. 4.

"At the Launching of the new Alexander Hamilton and John C. Spencer." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1937), p. 16.

"Launching of George M. Bibb." Coast Guard Magazine 10 (Mar 1937), pp. 4-5.

"Launching the Itasca: First Class Cutter Itasca Successfully Launched at Oakland California with Spectacular and Colorful Ceremony Before Large Gathering." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1930), pp. 8-9.

"Launching the Manitou." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1942), pp. 21-22.

"The Launching of the New Cutter Shoshone." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1930), p. 10.

Lloyd, Steve. "Adrift in the Aleutians: The Loss of the Revenue Cutter Tahoma." Wreck & Rescue Vol. 7, No. 1 (May 2004), pp. 10-17.

Lobkovich, John F. "The Introduction of Controllable Pitch Propellers in the Coast Guard." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 118 (Sep-Oct 1959), pp. 28-30.

"The Loss of the Bedloe and Jackson." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1944), pp. 14, 16.

"Loss of the McCulloch, June 13, 1917." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1933), p. 32.

"Loss of the McCulloch." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1940), pp. 6-7.

"Loss of the Mohawk." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1933), p. 32.

Lovinger, Robert. "The Secret Life of the Coast Guard." Boston Magazine 74 (Mar 1982), pp. 111-114, 116-127.

Lutton, Thomas C. "Hovercraft Evaluation Report." The Bulletin (July-Aug 1972), pp. 47-50.

Lyman, John. "Our Early Steam Navy and Merchant Marine." Naval Institute Proceedings 78 (1952), pp. 319-320, 1005-1015, 1366-67.

Macomber, Robert. "The USCGC Marlin: A Very Tough Fish." Naval Institute Proceedings 125 (Sep 1999), pp. 106-107.

Maglathlin, W.C. "The Bear's Successor [ Northland ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1931), pp. 14-17.

Major, Peter F. "Conversion of USCGC Rockaway for Oceanographic Duties." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 155 (Apr-May-Jun, 1967), pp. 2-9.

Maka, Joseph M. "The 110 ft. WPB Procurement Process (and other Letters)." The Bulletin 50, No. 1 (Feb-Mar 1988), p. 2.

"The Manning Crew in 1903." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1929), p. 34.

"The Manning Passes On." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1930), pp. 42-43.

Manser, J.G. "The Northland-Successor to the Bear." The Bulletin (July/Aug 1979), pp. 26-27. 

Marafioti, Ronald J. "A Quick Change--Commercial Surface Effect Ship to Coast Guard Patrol Boat." Naval Engineers Journal 97 (May 1985), pp. 261-273.

Martin, Peter. "Coast Guard Parts with Hydrofoils." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 1994), pp. 22-23.

McAllister, C.A. "Economy in the Use of Oil as Fuel for Harbor Vessels [ Golden Gate ]." Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers 19 (1911), pp. 179-186.

________. "New River Cutters." Journal of the United States Coast Guard Association 1 (Jan, Feb, Mar 1917), pp. 59-62.

________. "Two New Revenue Cutters for Special Purposes [RCs 16 & 17]." Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers 15 (1907), pp. 163-178. 

McCann, E. Armitage. "Coast Guard Patrol Boat Pt. 1." Popular Science 129 (Jul 1936), pp. 55-58, 95.

McCarthy, Frank N. "The Coast Guard's New Island in the Drug War." Naval Institute Proceedings 112 (Feb 1986), pp. 109-110.

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________. "Revenue Cutter Joseph Lane." The Sea Chest [Journal of The Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society] 9, No. 1 (Sep 1975), pp. 16-21.

"The McDougal." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1929), p. 30.

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"Mediterranean Icebreaker [CGC Northland now training-ship Eilat of the Israeli Navy]." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1957), p. 23; 30 (May 1957), p. 5.

"Meet 'Avoyel' and 'Chilula,' the Coast Guard's New Ocean-Going Tugs." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1956), pp. 10-11.

"Meet the Cutter Storis and Her Crew." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1951), pp. 26-28.

Mihlbauer, J.P. "Atlantic Area 378's." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1975), pp. 47-50.

Mitchell, Dorothy. "First of a Kind: Active's MMA." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 27 1987), pp. 10-14.

________. "Twenty-Five Year Old Cutter Undergoes Renovation at Coast Guard Yard in Curtis Bay, MD." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 27-238 (Spring, 1989), p. 3.

________. "Yard Makes Cutter [Vindicator] in 7 Days." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 1994), pp. 8-9.

"Mobile Bay." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 20 1980), p. 8.

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Moore, Jeff. "Duane: Heroics and Missions." Commandant's Bulletin (Jan 19 1981), pp. 7-9.

________. "Rush: Past and Present." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 20 1980), pp. 10-11.

________. "MEC-270." The Bulletin (Mar-Apr 1977), pp. 20-24.

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Morse, Richard M. "Underway Replenishment." The Bulletin (Sep-Oct 1967), pp. 288-292.

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"To the Navy for the President [ Electra ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1935), p. 32.

"Neah Bay Commissioned in Cleveland." Commandant's Bulletin (Nov 10 1980), p. 7.

"New Coast Guard Cutter Aurora Launched, Bath, Maine." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1932), p. 12.

"New Coast Guard Gas Turbine Patrol Boat [ 82' ]." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1961), p. 21.

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"New Cutter Designs Studied." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1961), p. 55.

"New Cutter [ Koiner ] Joins Fleet on Pacific Coast." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1952), p. 14.

"New Cutter [ Cape Fox ] Sent to Key West." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 27 1980), p. 13.

"The New Cutters: Outboard Profile of New Cutters, Nos. 50, 51 and 52 Soon to Be Built." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1929), p. 2.

"The New Cutters: Superstructure, Deck, Bridge, & Inboard Profile of Cutters No. 50, 51, & 52, Soon to be Built." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1929), pp. 28-30.

"New Cutters [ 210' ]." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1961), p. 52.

"A New Cutter, & Old War Horse, a Snappy Destroyer [Manning]." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1929), p. 22.

"New Electric Ships." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1927), p. 26.

"New Governor for Islanders [ Governors Island ferry Governor, the ex-Kulshan ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 2 1984), p. 4.

"The New Harbor Tugs." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1934), p. 8.

"The New 120-Footers." Naval Institute Proceedings 114 (Sep 1988), p. 63.

"New Patrol Boat Designed to Replace '83-footers.'"The Bulletin (Nov 1953), p. 185.

"New Patrol Boat in the Ways [Heritage Class]." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 1990), p. 24.

"New Pontchartrain Commissioned." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1945), p. 59.

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"New WPBs on Horizon." Commandant's Bulletin (Jun 22 1984), pp. 16-19.

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________. "Electric Drive Applied to Coast Guard Cutters." Marine Engineering and Shipping Age XXVII, No. 1 (Jan 1922), pp. 15-22.

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Nicholson, D.R. "MEC 270."The Bulletin (Jul-Aug 1977), pp. 3-4.

Niemeyer, Bob. "'Come Aboard!' Pay a Visit to the Flagship of the Texas Navy [Triton]." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1950), pp. 8-10.

________. "Cruising with the Tampa [ex-Saranac]." Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1949), pp. 12-15, 32.

"Nine New Cutters [bids opened]." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1934), p. 9.

"The 95-Foot Cutter--Latest Addition to the Coast Guard Fleet." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 83 (Nov-Dec, 1953), pp. 17-20.

"95-Footer Case History: How C.G. Designs a Ship." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1956), pp. 32-35.

Noble, Dennis L. and Truman R. Strobridge. "The Arctic Adventures of the Thetis." Arctic XXX (Mar 1977), pp. 3-12.

________. "North in the Spring, South in the Fall." The Alaska Journal: History and Arts of the North--Quarterly 8 (Winter 1978), pp. 60-69.

________. "U.S. Revenue Cutter Tahoma: Pride of the Bering Sea Patrol." Explorer's Journal: Official Quarterly of the Explorer's Club 57 (Mar 1979), pp. 10-14.

"Officers and Crew in 1911 [ CGC Gresham ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1939), p. 56.

"The Old Colfax." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1930), p. 34.

"The Old Wolcott." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1931), p. 34.

"The Old Cutter Colfax." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1931), p. 20.

"Oldie But Goodie [ former CGC-Pamlico now freighter C. W. Curlett ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 24 1981), p. 20.

Oliver, Edward F. "The USCGC Hamilton: Coast Guard Ship of the Future." Naval Institute Proceedings (Oct 1969), pp. 86-99.

"On the Apache." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1930), p. 30.

"On the Cutter McCullough in 1914." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1939), p. 10.

"On the Great Lakes [ RC Andrew Johnson ]." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1931), p. 39.

"On the Decks of the Cutter Seminole..." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1927), p. 20.

"On Patrol with the Cutter Dexter." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1948), p. 15.

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"140' WTGB Update." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 24-227 (Summer 1985), p. 8.

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"110-Foot Icebreaking Harbor Tug." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1957), pp. 34-35.

"The 125-Foot Patrol Boat Marion." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1930), p. 17.

"125-Footers' Original Plan Called for Storm Canvas..." Coast Guard Magazine (May 1956), pp. 32-35.

"The Onondaga." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1935), p. 7.

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________. "Farewell to the Queen [ Campbell ]." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 15 1985), pp. 8-10.

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________. "Seneca-A Can Do Ship." Commandant's Bulletin (Oct 25 1982), pp. 14-15.

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Polmar, Norman. "The Cuyahoga Disaster Ends 51 Years of Service." Naval Institute Proceedings 105 (Jan 1979), pp. 124-125.

"A Powerful Cutter [Spencer] Aids a Great Dreadnaught in Distress." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1937), p. 22.

Preble, George H. "The Origins and Developments of Steam Navigation." The United Service XII (Sep 1894), pp. 272-273.

Pulsifer, F.H. "Reminiscences of the Harriet Lane." Journal of the United States Coast Guard Association I, No. 1 (Jan, Feb, Mar 1917), pp. 28-34.

"Queen of the Coast Guard [ Campbell ] Celebrates 45th Year." Commandant's Bulletin (Jun 15 1981), pp. 12-13.

"Question of Speed." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1941), p. 10.

Ramsey, Benjamin. "'The Show Boat,' Flagship of the North Carolina Navy [Mendota]." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1955), pp. 30-31.

________.________.The Bulletin (Jan 1942), pp. 1

Rea, Adrian M. "365 Days of the Year Find Service Ready [CGC Gresham]." Coast Guard Magazine 6 (Jul 1933), p. 10.

"Real Old Timer...Side Wheeler [McLane]." Coast Guard Magazine (Jun 1931), p. 10.

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"Remains of Chase Are Found Resting on Mud Flats of Sunset Creek." Coast Guard Bulletin VI, 1 (Jul. 1950), pp. 8-9.

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"Rescue Cutter Large [378 prototype]." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 137 (Nov-Dec 1962), p. 41.

"Return of the DANMARK to Denmark." The Bulletin (Oct 1945), p. 211.

"Revised 270' WMEC Schedule." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 24-227 (Summer 1985), p. 13.

Reynolds, Clark G. "The Great Experiment: Hunter's Horizontal Wheel." American Neptune XXIV (Jan 1964), pp. 5-24.

Rhea, John. "Famous Ships for the Future Fleet: Coast Guard WMEC's Take Shape at Tacoma Boatbuilding." Sea Power XXI (Nov 1978), pp. 27-29.

Robbins, Leo T. "How the Destroyer Henley Won the Tampa Cup: Taking Over a Rattling Destroyer and Making of the Ship A 'Shooting Fool.'" Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1927), pp. 35, 37.

Rodrigues, M.W. "Campbell Leaves the Fleet." Commandant's Bulletin (May 24 1982), pp. 18-19.

Rogers, Clarence H. "Three Mast Bark Elliott Ritchie Ex-Harriet Lane." The Rudder LXII (Mar 1946), pp. [*****]

Rogers, T.J. "The FRAM 378 - an Insider's View." The Bulletin (Aug/Sep 1990), pp. 17-19.

Rose, E.G. "Single Mast Enjoys Precedent." Coast Guard Magazine (Mar 1932), p. 7.
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Russell, George A., Jr. "FRAMing the 378s." Naval Institute Proceedings 113 (June 1987), pp. 101-104.

________.________. U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest 133-25 (Fall 1987/Winter 1988), pp. 12-15.

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________. "First Coast Guard High Endurance Cutters in 20 Years." Naval Engineers Journal 77 (Oct 1965), pp. 689-696.

________. "High Endurance Cutter: 1963 [378 prototype]." U.S. Coast Guard Engineer's Digest No. 141 (Oct-Nov-Dec 1963), pp. 37-45.

Russell, Richard. "A Mission of Higher Classification: In the waning months of World War II, U.S. Sailors and Coast Guardsmen trained Soviet naval personnel in the handling of vessels scheduled for transfer to the Soviet Pacific Ocean Fleet. . ." Naval Institute Proceedings 138 (Aug 2005), pp. 26-27.

Ryan, M.J. "The 100 Percenters. Ordnance and Gunnery in the Destroyer Force Reach High Station of Efficiency." Coast Guard Magazine 2 (July 1929), pp. 10-11.

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Samuels, Samuel. "Glimpses of Life Aboard A Revenue Cutter [Jefferson] in 1836."The Bulletin (May 1941), pp. 50-52.

"Saranac Launched." Coast Guard Magazine (Jun 1930), pp. 6, 12.

"To Save Life at Sea: New Revenue Cutter Snohomish on Her Way to the Pacific Coast." Along the Coast I, No. 6 (Aug 1909), p. 13.

"Schooner Dobbin." Coast Guard Magazine (Jun 1939), p. 22.

"Sea Cloud: Grand Dame of Sail." Port of Mobile (Aug 1997), pp. 17-23.

"Sea Gull Commissioned." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1929), p. 25.

"'Secretary-Class' of 327-Foot Cutters Are Pride of Coast Guard Fleet." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1956), pp. 32-33.

Sedwick, J. Mark. "Cyclones and the Coast Guard Fight the Drug War." Naval Institute Proceedings 123 (Feb 1997), pp. 77-78.

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"Ship Introduction Unit." Commandant's Bulletin (Mar 25 1985), pp. 20-21.

"Ship of the Month [Bibb]." Coast Guard Magazine (Jan 1948), pp. 47-48; "....[Cayuga]." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1947), p. 40; "....[Mendota]." Coast Guard Magazine (Sep 1947), p. 40; (Jul 1950), p. 40; "....[Mocama]." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1947), p. 40; "....[Owasco]." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1947), p. 48; "....[Pandora]." Coast Guard Magazine (Jun 1950), p. 40; "....[Winona]." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1948), p. 40.

"SHIPS / COAST GUARD." Almanac of Seapower (2002), pp. 206-212.

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"The Sizzlin' Sauk." Coast Guard Magazine (Jul 1955), pp. 14-15.

Skerrett, R.C. "Two New Revenue-Cutters." Harper’s Weekly 39 (Sep 21, 1895), pp. 896-897."The Sleek Destroyer Terry." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1929), p. 34.

"Small Cutters Due for Replacement." Coast Guard Magazine (Nov 1955), p. 22.

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Smith, Horatio D. "The ‘Harriet Lane.’" The United Service 5:1 (Jan 1891), pp. 55-64.

"Spencer Leaves Fleet and Joins Commercial Firm." Commandant's Bulletin #1-83 (January 3, 1983), p. 4.

"'Stricken from the List.' Where Many Small Coast Guard Craft have Disappeared to is Accounted for in this Article." Coast Guard Magazine (Dec 1929), p. 22.

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"SUPERPAT: Rush Makes Its Round of the Pacific." Commandant's Bulletin (Aug 19 1983), pp. 20-21.

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"Taney Honored on Pearl Harbor's 40th Anniversary." Commandant's Bulletin (Dec 7 1981), pp. 3-4.

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"378' WHEC/210'WMEC Mid-Life Capability Improvements." The Bulletin (Sep/Oct 1981), pp. 24-27.

"There Goes Onondaga!" Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1934), p. 13.

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________. "What's in a Name? The New Cutters Sebago, Saranac, & Shoshone Carry Traditional Indian Names." Coast Guard Magazine (Aug 1930), pp. 11-12.

________.________. "Translation of Indian Names Applied to Coast Guard Cutters Reveals Glory and Romance of Vanishing Race." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1929), pp. 10-12; (May 1929), pp. 10-12; (Jun 1929), pp. 8, 10-12; (Jul 1929), pp. 14-15.

"Training Ship Salmon P. Chase, Forerunner of Present Coast Guard Academy." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1940), p. 2.

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"255-Foot 'Owasco' Class Cutter...Most are Assigned to SAR..." Coast Guard Magazine (Apr 1956), pp. 32-34.

"United States Life-Saving Steamer 'Snohomish'." Scientific American (Jan 2 1909).

"The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter William J. Duane." Coast Guard Magazine (Feb 1937), p. 11.

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Vetterick, Fred P. "What's in a [ Cutter's ] Name?" The Bulletin (May-June 1968), pp. 3-5.

"A Visit to the Duane." Coast Guard Magazine (Oct 1936), p. 8.

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Westhoff, Jim. "378s Get 'FRAMed.'" Commandant's Bulletin (May 1992), p. 9.

"When Legends Die: Four Proud Ships Take Their Place in History as Lipan, Sagebrush, Raritan, & Unimak Retire from Coast Guard Service." Commandant's Bulletin (May 31 1988), pp. 22-25.

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________.________. To Authorize Construction of 4 Steam Vessels for Revenue-Cutter Service. H. Rp. 1473, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4906.

________.________. To Authorize Transfer of Certain Vessels From Navy to Coast Guard. H. Rp. 1454, 67th Cong., 4th sess., 1923, Serial 8157.

________.________. Building and Equipping of Revenue Cutters. H. Exdoc. 39. 32d Cong., 1st sess., 1852, Serial 640.

________.________. Coast Guard Cutter on Lake Erie. Hr. Rp. 1544, 71st Cong., 2nd sess., 1930, Serial 9193.

________.________. Coast Guard Cutter for Rescue Work on Lake Michigan. H. Rp. 243, 71st Cong., 2nd sess., 1930, Serial 9190.

________.________. Coast Guard Cutters. H. Doc. 766, 65th Cong., 2nd sess., 1918, Serial 7447.

________.________. Conference Report on Bill for Construction of Two Revenue Steamers. H. Rp. 839, 63rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1914, Serial 6560.

________.________. Conference Report on Bill for Steam Vessels for Revenue-Cutter Service. H. Rp. 8086, 59th Cong., 2nd sess., 1907, 5065.

________.________. Consideration of Bill to Transfer Vessels from Navy to Coast Guard. H. Rp. 1610, 67th Cong., 4th sess., 1923, Serial 8159.

________.________. Construction of Coast Guard Cutters. H. Rp. 1221, 64th Cong., 2nd sess., 1917, Serial 7110.

________.________. Construction of Coast Guard Cutters Necessary in Interest of National Defense. H. Rp. 661, 77th Cong., 1st sess., 1942, Serial 10554.

________.________. Construction of Coast Guard Vessels. H. Doc. 435, 69th Cong., 1st sess., 1926, Serial 8579.

________.________. Construction of Four Revenue Cutters. H. Rp. 1232, 62nd Cong., 2nd sess., 1912, Serial 6133; H. Rp. 103, 63rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1914, Serial 6558.

________.________. Construction of 4 Steam Vessels for Revenue-Cutter Service. H. Rp. 1622, 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1908, Serial 5226.

________.________. Construction of Revenue Cutter for Atlantic Coast. H. Rp. 102, 54th Cong., 1st sess., 1898, Serial 3458.

________.________. Construction of Revenue Cutter for Southern Waters off Coast of Florida. H. Exdoc. 173, 50th Cong., 1st sess., 1888, Serial 2558.

________.________. Construction of Ten Coast Guard Cutters. H. Rp. 1021, 69th Cong., 1st sess., 1926, Serial 8533.

________.________. Construction of 10 Coast Guard Vessels. H. Rp. 1862, 74th Cong., 1st sess., 1935, Serial 9889.

________.________. Construction of Two Revenue Cutters. H. Rp. 1214, 63rd Cong., 3rd sess., 1915, Serial 6766.

________.________. Construction of Two Revenue Cutters in Navy-Yards. H. Rp. 1862, 61st Cong., 3rd sess., 1911, Serial 5847.

________.________. Construction of Vessels for Revenue Cutter Service. H. Exdoc. 85, 52nd Cong., 1st sess., 1892, Serial 2954.

________.________. Estimate for Appropriation for Construction of Revenue Cutters for Use on Northern and Northwestern Lakes. H. Exdoc. 45. 34th Cong., 1st sess., 1856, Serial 853.

________.________. Estimate to Complete Coast Guard Cutters. H. Doc. 1799, 65th Cong., 3rd sess., 1919, Serial 7585.

________.________. Estimate to Complete Revenue Steamer for Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds, N.C. H. Doc 413, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4987.

________.________. Estimate for Two Revenue Cutters. H. Doc. 892, 61st Cong., 2nd sess., 1910, Serial 5836.

________.________. Estimates for Repairs and Improvements of Revenue Steamers. H. Doc. 78, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4984.

________.________. Estimate for Revenue Steamer for Removal of Derelicts. H. Doc. 795, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4990.

________.________. Providing for Construction of Vessels for Revenue-Marine Service in Alaskan Waters. H. Rp. 802, 48th Cong., 1st sess., Serial 2255.

________.________. Purchase or Construction of Cutters for Coast Guard. H. Rp. 64, 64th Cong., 1st sess., 1916, Serial 6903 & H. Rp. 356, Serial 6904.

________.________. Recommending Building New Revenue Steamer for Duty in Alaskan Waters. H. Exdoc. 153, 49th, 1st sess., 1886, Serial 2200.

________.________. To Repair Steamer Thetis for Service as Revenue Steamer. H. Rp. 711, 56th Cong., 1st sess., 1900, Serial 4023.

________.________. To Replace Revenue Cutter Chase. H. Doc. 424, 56th Cong., 2nd sess., 1901, Serial 4163.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for Great Lakes. H. Rp. 820, 52nd Cong., 1st sess., 1892, Serial 3044; H. Rp. 127, 53rd Cong., 1st sess., 1893, Serial 3157.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for Use at Key West, Fla. H. Rp. 438, 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1908, Serial 5225; H. Rp. 471, 61st Cong., 2nd sess., 1910, Serial 5591.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for New England Coast. H. Rp. 106, 53rd Cong., 1st sess., 1893, Serial 3157.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for Pacific Coast. H. Exdoc. 51. 32d Cong., 2d sess., 1853, Serial 679; H. Rp. 819, 52nd Cong., 1st sess., 1892, Serial 3044.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for San Francisco. H. Rp. 384, 52nd Cong., 1st sess., 1892, Serial 3043; ....for San Francisco Harbor. H. Rp. 126, 53rd Cong., 1st sess., 1893, Serial 3157.

________.________. Revenue cutters. Finance 286. 10th Cong., 2d sess., 1809, American State Papers 010.

________.________. Revenue-cutters, Expenses of. H. Doc. 77, 26th Cong., 1st sess., 1840, Serial 365.

________.________. Revenue Steamer for Gulf of Mexico. H. Rp. 3143, 58th Cong., 3rd sess., 1905, Serial 4760.

________.________. Revenue Steamers for Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds., N.C. H. Rp. 9, 58th Cong., 2nd sess., 1904, Serial 4577.

________.________. Revenue Steamers Transferred to Coast Survey. H.Rp. 137, 30th Cong., 2d sess., 1849, Serial 545.

________.________. Secretary of Treasury, on United States Revenue Marine Steamers on Lakes. H. Exdoc. 254, 42d Cong., 2d sess., 1875, Serial 1515.

________.________. Steam Revenue Cutter. H. Rp. 38. 34th Cong., 1st sess., 1856, Serial 868; H. Rp. 634. 36th Cong., 1st sess., 1860, Serial 1070.

________.________. Steam Vessels in Revenue Service. H. Doc 95. 26th Cong., 1st sess., 1840, Serial 365.

________.________. Transfer of Certain Vessels from Navy to Coast Guard. H. Rp. 1551, 67th Cong., 4th sess., 1923, Serial 8158; H. Rp. 1558, Serial 8158.

________.________. Two Revenue Steamers for Duty on Puget Sound. H. Rp. 2601, 58th Cong., 2nd sess., 1904, Serial 4583.

________.________. Vessel for Coast Guard Duty in Alaska. H. Rp. 215, 68th Cong., 1st sess., 1924, Serial 8226.

________.________. Committee on Commerce. Subcommittee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Patrol Cutters for the Coast Guard: Hearings. 89th Cong., 1st sess. Washington: GPO, 1965.

________. Senate. Claims of Laborers and Material-men for Construction of Revenue-cutter Corwin. S. Exdoc. 50, 45th Cong., 2d sess., 1878, Serial 1337.

________.________. Coast Guard Cutter on Lake Erie. S. Rp. 1589, 71st Cong., 3rd sess., 1931, Serial 9323.

________.________. Coast Guard Cutter for Rescue Work on Lake Michigan. S. Rp. 365, 71st Cong., 2nd sess., 1930, Serial 9185.

________.________. Constructing Revenue Cutters on Great Lakes. S. Rp. 128, 52nd Cong., 1st sess., 1893, Serial 2911.

________.________. Construction of Coast Guard Cutters. S. Rp. 894, 64th Cong., 2nd sess., 1917, Serial 7106.

________.________. Construction of Coast Guard Cutters Necessary in Interest of National Defense. S. Rp. 449, 77th Cong., 1st sess., 1942, Serial 10545.

________.________. Construction of Four Revenue Cutters. S. Rp. 296, 63rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1914, Serial 6552.

________.________. Construction of Ten Coast Guard Cutters. S. Rp. 934, 69th Cong., 1st sess., 1926, Serial 8526.

________.________. Construction of Two Revenue Cutters. S. Doc. 526, 63rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1914, Serial 6597; S. Rp. 833, 63rd Cong., 3rd sess., Serial 6762.

________.________.On Construction of Iron Steamers for Revenue Service. S. Doc. 27. 28th Cong., 2d sess., 1845, Serial 450.

________.________. Construction of Revenue Cutter for Atlantic Coast. S. Rp. 102, 54th Cong., 1st sess., 1898, Serial 3362.

________.________. Construction of Revenue Cutter for Great Lakes. S. Rp. 101, 54th Cong., 1st sess., 1898, Serial 3362.

________.________. Construction of Revenue Cutter for Gulf of Mexico. S. Rp. 126, 54th Cong., 1st sess., 1898, Serial 3362; S. Rp. 322, 54th Cong., 1st sess., 1898, Serial 3363.

________.________. Construction of Revenue Cutter, With Headquarters at New Orleans, La. S. Rp. 6423, 59th Cong., 2nd sess., 1907, Serial 5060.

________.________. Construction of Revenue Cutter for Pacific Coast. Rp. 119, 54th Cong., 1st sess., 1898, Serial 3362.

________.________. New Vessels for Revenue Cutter Service. S. Rp. 475, 55th Cong., 2nd sess., 1898, Serial 3620.

________.________. Presidential Message Returning with Objections Bill on Revenue Cutters and Steamers. S. Doc. 119. 28th Cong., 2d sess., 1845, Serial 456.

________.________. Purchase or Construction of Cutters for Coast Guard. S. Rp. 109, 64th Cong., 1st sess., 1916, Serial 6897.

________.________. To Refit Revenue Cutter Fessenden. S. Rp. 2208, 57th Cong., 2nd sess., 1903, Serial 4410.

________.________. To Repair Steamer Thetis for Service as Revenue Steamer. S. Rp. 456, 56th Cong., 1st sess., 1900, Serial 3887.

________.________. Report of Special Commission Appointed to Consider and Report on Character of Vessels Best Adapted for Revenue Marine Service. S. Exdoc. 93, 41st Cong., 2d sess., 1870, Serial 1407.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for Coast of Alaska. S. Rp. 53. 61st Cong., 2nd sess., 1910, Serial 5582.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for Narragansett Bay, R.I. S. Rp. 98, 61st Cong., 2nd sess., 1910, Serial 5582.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for Narragansett Bay in Place of Revenue Cutter Dexter. S. Rp. 220, 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1908, Serial 5218.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for Service on Coast of Florida. S. Rp. 64, 61st Cong., 2nd sess., 1910, Serial 5582.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for Service on Coast of Maine. S. Rp. 59, 61st Cong., 2nd sess., 1910, Serial 5582.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for Service at Key West. S. Rp. 25, 61st Cong., 2nd sess., 1910, Serial 5582.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for Service on Pacific Coast. S. Rp. 57, 61st Cong., 2nd sess., 1910, Serial 5582.

________.________. Revenue Cutter for Use at Key West, Fla. S. Rp. 93, 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1908, Serial 5218.

________.________. Revenue Steamer for Anchorage Duty at Port of New York. S. Rp. 148, 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1908, Serial 5218.

________.________. Revenue Steamer for Duty on Pacific Coast. S. Rp. 147, 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1908, Serial 5218; S. Rp. 157, 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1908, Serial 5218.

________.________. Revenue Steamer for Duty at Savannah, Ga. S. Rp. 249, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4904.

________.________. Revenue Steamer for Service in Narragansett Bay and Adjacent Waters. S. Rp. 31, 58th Cong., 2nd sess., 1904, Serial 4570.

________.________. Revenue Steamer for Use at Honolulu, Hawaii. S. RP. 19, 58th Cong., 2nd sess., 1904, Serial 4570; S. Rp. 119, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4904.

________.________. Revenue Steamer for Use at Newport, R.I. S. RP. 123, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1904, Serial 4904.

________.________. Revenue Steamer for Use at San Francisco, Cal. S. Rp. 3334, 58th Cong., 3rd sess., 1905, Serial 4756; S. Rp. 118, 59th Cong., 1st sess., Serial 4904.

________.________. Steam Vessel for Duty in Puget Sound to Replace Revenue Cutter Grant. S. Rp. 136, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4904.

________.________. Transfer of Vessels from Navy to Coast Guard. S. Rp. 955, 67th Cong., 4th sess., 1923, Serial 8155.

________.________. Tug for Revenue Cutter Service for Use at New Bedford, Mass. S. Rp. 410, 59th Cong., 1st sess, 1906, Serial 4904.

________.________. Two Revenue Cutters for Great Lakes. S. Rp. 1472, 55th Cong., 3rd sess., 1899, Serial 3739.

________.________. Two Revenue Steamers for Duty on Puget Sound. S. Rp. 2758, 58th Cong., 3rd sess., 1905, Serial 4755; S. Rp. 134, 59th Cong., 1st sess., 1906, Serial 4904.

________.________. Vessel for Coast Guard Duty in Alaska. S. Rp. 496, 68th Cong., 1st sess., 1924, Serial 8221.

United States Department of the Interior. National Park Service. Shipwreck Survey of a Portion of Ocean Beach, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, San Francisco, California To Locate the Remains of the United States Revenue Cutter C.W. Lawrence. James P. Delgado, Larry Murphy, Roger E. Kelley, authors. San Francisco: National Park Service, Feb 1984.

United States General Accounting Office. The 140-Foot Harbor Tugboat: Does the Coast Guard Need It on the East Coast? Washington: GPO, 1979.

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________. Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Transportation and Related Agencies, Committe on Appropriations, House. Coast Guard Adequacy of the Justification for Heritage Patrol Boats. Report GAO/RCED-91-188. Washington: GPO, 1991.

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United States Navy. Division of Naval Intelligence. Identification and Characteristics Section. U.S. Naval Vessels Index. Washington: GPO, 1943.

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Unpublished Papers, Theses & Dissertations:

Baez, Luis, Leonard Pichini, Hubert Russell, & John Watson. "U.S. Coast Guard Hamilton Class Cutters-A Decade Later." Paper presented to the Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers, Northern California Section & the American Society of Naval Engineers, San Francisco, CA, 4 Dec 1979.

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Tomalin, Paul G. "Bridge-Controlled Turbo-Electric 255-Foot Coast Guard Cutter." Paper read at a meeting of the Chesapeake Bay Section of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 11 Oct 1947.


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