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USS Brooklyn Cruiser

USS Brooklyn (ACR-3/CA-3)Created by: PICRYLDated: 2016
U.S.S. Brooklyn
The second USS Brooklyn (ACR-3/CA-3) was the third United States Navy armored cruiser, the only one to be named at commissioning for a city rather than a state.
Ordered for $3,450,420.29 (hull and machinery), she was launched on 2 October 1895 by William Cramp and Sons Ship and Engine Building Company of Philadelphia; sponsored by Miss Ida May Schieren, daughter of Charles A. Schieren, Mayor of Brooklyn, New York; and commissioned on 1 December 1896, Captain Francis Augustus Cook in command. Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Brooklyn_(ACR-3)
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U.S.S. Brooklyn, wardroom mess
U.S.S. Brooklyn, revolver drill
U.S.S. Brooklyn, forward turret and bridge
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Webster
U.S.S. Brooklyn, chief engineer's room
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, pay clerk Ramsey]
Sick bay, [U.S.S. Brooklyn]
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Lieut. McCrea, navigator]
U.S.S. Brooklyn library
U.S.S. Brooklyn, broadside
U.S.S. Brooklyn forward turret
U.S.S. Brooklyn 6 pounder gun
U.S.S. Brooklyn, apprentice boys at school
U.S.S. Brooklyn, just before turning in
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Lieut. Brainerd
U.S.S. Brooklyn
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, signal boy]
U.S.S. Brooklyn
U.S.S. Brooklyn spar deck
U.S.S. Brooklyn, after supper
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Proctor]
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Ellis]
U.S.S. Brooklyn, "time"
U.S.S. Brooklyn wardroom pantry
U.S.S. Brooklyn, watch below
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, general muster]
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Curtin
U.S.S. Brooklyn sick bay
Sweethearts and wives, [U.S.S. Brooklyn]
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Boatswain Hill
U.S.S. Brooklyn sick bay
U.S.S. Brooklyn, "Hogan's Alley"
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Asst. Engineer Liefer
U.S.S. Brooklyn, the mascot
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Lieut. Doyle
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, marine guard, bayonet drill]
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Captain Cook
Mr. Mason
U.S.S. Brooklyn, signal party
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Lieut. Doyle]
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, carpenter Warford]
U.S.S. Brooklyn, signal party
U.S.S. Brooklyn, hammocks on deck
U.S.S. Brooklyn, gundeck
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Roys
U.S.S. Brooklyn fire room
U.S.S. Brooklyn, barber shop
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Mr. Sandoy
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Asst. Engineer Ryan
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Roys]
U.S.S. Brooklyn, single stick exercise
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Chief Yeoman Ellis, killed in the Battle of Santiago, July 3, 1898
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Lieut. McCrea, navigator
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Lieut. Capaton
U.S.S. Brooklyn, pay clerk Ramsey
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Marine Guard, signal drill]
U.S.S. Brooklyn
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Commander Mason, executive officer
U.S.S. Brooklyn
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Capt. Cook]
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Roys]
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, hoisting steam launch]
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Captain Cook
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Lieut. Brainerd]
U.S.S. Brooklyn, pay clerk Ramsey
U.S.S. Brooklyn fire room
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Ellis
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Mr. Long
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Lieut. Borden
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Captain Cook and officers
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Paymaster Hobbs
U.S.S. Brooklyn, office of executive officer
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Carpenter Warford
U.S.S. Brooklyn, forecastle deck
U.S.S. Brooklyn ice machine
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Curtin]
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Ellis]
U.S.S. Brooklyn, aft from bridge
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Lieut. Borden]
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Roys]
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Mr. Sandog]
U.S.S. Brooklyn rapid fire guns and crews
U.S.S. Brooklyn, a little game
U.S.S. Brooklyn, good-night
U.S.S. Brooklyn, sweethearts and wives
U.S.S. Brooklyn, group on gun deck
U.S.S. Brooklyn spar deck from bridge
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Webster]
U.S.S. Brooklyn steam windlass
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, Ensign Ellis]
U.S.S. Brooklyn, ship's tailor
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Japanese stewards
U.S.S. Brooklyn quarter deck
U.S.S. Brooklyn, Marine guard, company drill by sections
U.S.S. Brooklyn
U.S.S. Brooklyn
[U.S.S. Brooklyn, engineer's office]
U.S.S. Brooklyn
U.S.S. Brooklyn engine room
U.S.S. Brooklyn, ship's company
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