Gas Engine & Power Company and Charles L. Seabury & Company
Gas Engine & Power Company and Charles L. Seabury & Company, Consolidated was an American company in Morris Heights, New York that was formed by the merger of two minor shipbuilding firms in 1896. The firm belatedly changed their name to the much more succinct Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation in 1919.
|U.S.S. Huntress||armed yacht||1895||Sold 3 Dec, 1917|
|U.S.S. Kanawha||armed yacht||1896||Transferred 9 Dec, 1899|
|U.S.S. Bailey||torpedo boat||5 Dec, 1899||Sold 10 Mar, 1920|
|U.S.S. Wilkes||torpedo boat||28 Sep, 1901||Sunk 1914|
|U.S.S. Stewart||destroyer||10 May, 1902|
|U.S.S. Dubuque||gunboat||15 Aug, 1904||Transferred 19 Dec, 1946|
|U.S.S. Paducah||gunboat||11 Oct, 1904||Sold 19 Dec, 1946|
|U.S.S. Pelican||minesweeper||15 Jun, 1918||Sold 22 Nov, 1946|
|U.S.S. Falcon||minesweeper||7 Sep, 1918||Sold 12 Mar, 1947|
|U.S.S. Osprey||minesweeper||19 Nov, 1918||Sold 1947|
|U.S.S. Seagull||minesweeper||24 Dec, 1918||Transferred 2 May, 1947|
|U.S.S. Tern||minesweeper||22 May, 1919||Sold 1948|
- "Old Firm Changes Name". Motor Boating XXIII (6): p. 41.