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''Baltimore'' was commissioned on 7 January, 1890, with Captain [[Winfield Scott Schley|W. S. Schley]] in command.
 
''Baltimore'' was commissioned on 7 January, 1890, with Captain [[Winfield Scott Schley|W. S. Schley]] in command.
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In 1900, she was serving on the [[Asiatic Squadron|Asiatic Station]].{{USOfficerReg1900|p. 150}}
  
 
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{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=Armistead Rust|nick=Armistead Rust|appt=26 October, 1911{{USOfficerReg1912|p. 14}}|end=1912{{USOfficerReg1912|p. 14}}{{USOfficerReg1913|p. 14}}|note=also Captain, [[Charleston Navy Yard]]}}
 
{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=Armistead Rust|nick=Armistead Rust|appt=26 October, 1911{{USOfficerReg1912|p. 14}}|end=1912{{USOfficerReg1912|p. 14}}{{USOfficerReg1913|p. 14}}|note=also Captain, [[Charleston Navy Yard]]}}
 
{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=William Woodward Phelps|nick=William W. Phelps|appt=1912{{USOfficerReg1913|p. 14}}{{USOfficerReg1912|p. 14}}|end=9 January, 1913<ref>"The Navy Gazette".  ''Army and Navy Register''.  11 January, 1913.  Vol. '''LIII''', No. '''1,695''', p. 55.</ref>}}
 
{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=William Woodward Phelps|nick=William W. Phelps|appt=1912{{USOfficerReg1913|p. 14}}{{USOfficerReg1912|p. 14}}|end=9 January, 1913<ref>"The Navy Gazette".  ''Army and Navy Register''.  11 January, 1913.  Vol. '''LIII''', No. '''1,695''', p. 55.</ref>}}
{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=Frank Hodges Clark|nick=Frank H. Clark|appt=25 April, 1914{{USOfficerReg1916|p. 14}}}}
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{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=Frank Hodges Clark, Jr.|nick=Frank H. Clark, Jr.|appt=25 April, 1914{{USOfficerReg1916|p. 14}}}}
 
{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=Albert Ware Marshall|nick=Albert W. Marshall|appt=1 April, 1915{{USOfficerReg1917|p. 16}}}}
 
{{Tenure|rank={{CommUS}}|name=Albert Ware Marshall|nick=Albert W. Marshall|appt=1 April, 1915{{USOfficerReg1917|p. 16}}}}
 
{{Tenure|rank={{CaptUS}}|name=Alfred Graham Howe|nick=Alfred G. Howe|appt=12 January, 1918{{USOfficerReg1920|pp. 16-17}}}}
 
{{Tenure|rank={{CaptUS}}|name=Alfred Graham Howe|nick=Alfred G. Howe|appt=12 January, 1918{{USOfficerReg1920|pp. 16-17}}}}
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name=Baltimore
 
name=Baltimore
 
hullno=Cruiser No. 3, CM-1
 
hullno=Cruiser No. 3, CM-1
builder=[[William Cramp and Sons|Cramp]]{{FriedmanUSCruisers|p. 449}}
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builder=[[William Cramp & Sons|Cramp]]{{FriedmanUSCruisers|p. 449}}
 
order=Act of 3 August, 1886{{Conways1860|p. 151}}
 
order=Act of 3 August, 1886{{Conways1860|p. 151}}
 
laid=20 January, 1887{{FriedmanUSCruisers|p. 449}}
 
laid=20 January, 1887{{FriedmanUSCruisers|p. 449}}

Latest revision as of 16:04, 2 June 2020

U.S.S. Baltimore (1888)
Hull Number: Cruiser No. 3, CM-1
Builder: Cramp[1]
Ordered: Act of 3 August, 1886[2]
Laid down: 20 January, 1887[3]
Launched: 6 October, 1888[4]
Commissioned: 7 January, 1890[5]
Decommissioned: 15 September, 1922[6]
Sold: 16 February, 1942[7]
U.S.S. Baltimore was a protected cruiser completed for the U.S. Navy in 1890.

Construction

She was launched on 6 October, 1888 by William Cramp & Sons, sponsored by Mrs. Theodore D. Wilson, wife of Chief Constructor Theodore D. Wilson.

Service

Baltimore was commissioned on 7 January, 1890, with Captain W. S. Schley in command.

In 1900, she was serving on the Asiatic Station.[8]

Captains

Dates of appointment are provided when known.

Armament

As Completed

[26]

  • four 8-inch/35 caliber
  • six 6-inch/30 caliber
  • four 6-pounders
  • two 3-pounders
  • two 1-pounders
  • four 37mm Hotchkiss revolvers
  • two Gatlings
  • five 12-inch torpedo tubes[27]

1902

[28]

  • twelve 6-inch/40 caliber
  • six 14-pounders
  • six 3-pounders

1910

[29]

  • twelve 6-inch/40 caliber
  • six 3-inch
  • six 3-pounders
  • four 1-pounders

1919

[30]

  • four 5-inch/51 caliber
  • two 3-inch/50 caliber AA guns
  • two machine guns

See Also

Footnotes

  1. Friedman. U.S. Cruisers. p. 449.
  2. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 151.
  3. Friedman. U.S. Cruisers. p. 449.
  4. Friedman. U.S. Cruisers. p. 449.
  5. Friedman. U.S. Cruisers. p. 449.
  6. Friedman. U.S. Cruisers. p. 449.
  7. Friedman. U.S. Cruisers. p. 449.
  8. Register of Officers, 1900. p. 150.
  9. Register of Officers, 1890. p. 6.
  10. Register of Officers, 1896. p. 6.
  11. Register of Officers, 1898. p. 6.
  12. Register of Officers, 1900. p. 8.
  13. Register of Officers, 1904. p. 12.
  14. Register of Officers, 1906. p. 12.
  15. Register of Officers, 1907. p. 12.
  16. Register of Officers, 1906. p. 12.
  17. Register of Officers, 1912. p. 14.
  18. Register of Officers, 1912. p. 14.
  19. Register of Officers, 1913. p. 14.
  20. Register of Officers, 1913. p. 14.
  21. Register of Officers, 1912. p. 14.
  22. "The Navy Gazette". Army and Navy Register. 11 January, 1913. Vol. LIII, No. 1,695, p. 55.
  23. Register of Officers, 1916. p. 14.
  24. Register of Officers, 1917. p. 16.
  25. Register of Officers, 1920. pp. 16-17.
  26. Friedman. U.S. Cruisers. p. 459.
  27. Never mounted, per Silverstone. New Navy. p. 26
  28. Silverstone. The New Navy. p. 26.
  29. Silverstone. The New Navy. p. 26.
  30. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 151.

Bibliography

  • Chesneau, Robert; Kolesnik, Eugene (editors) (1979). Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. London: Conway Maritime Press. (on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).
  • Friedman, Norman (1985). U.S. Cruisers: An Illustrated Design History. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press. (on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).
  • Silverstone, Paul H. (2006). The U.S. Navy Warship Series: The New Navy 1883-1922. New York: Routledge.


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