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USS Ericsson, a 120-ton torpedo boat, was built in Dubuque, Iowa, and commissioned in February 1897. She spent her entire service career in the Atlantic area, operating off Cuba during the Spanish-American War. On 3 July 1898, she was very active in the Battle of Santiago, rescuing many crewmen of the defeated Spanish cruisers. Ericsson decommissioned in April 1912, and later was expended as a target.
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Photo #: NH 63744
USS Ericsson (TB-2)
Photographed circa 1897-98, with either USS Cincinnati or USS Raleigh in the left background.
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24 September 1998