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IN Mexico, our Monuments shows government' corruption

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    #Besides_Those_Forty_Two_Students_Disappeared, #There_is_Another_One_That_Nobody_Can_Find_It: @MoneroRictus
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    @CartonCalderon: #Malala_is_Just_Like_Us (#IGUALA_GUERRERO_MEXICO ç
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    @PRDMEXICO @PRIDEHOY @lemondefr @mytimes @WSJ #YaNosCargóELPayaso

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    #Lies_in_Mexico:
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    @prdmexico @pridehoy @accionnacional
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    #How_come @GobRep #dare_to_say “#oil_is_ours,”


    #if_we_pay_45%_more_for_gasoline_than_in_the United_States?
     
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    ≠÷ @BarackObama/#Immigrants #Transport_System:
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    @CartonCalderon: #Fly_me_to_the_moon…
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    #Ayotzinapos @prdmexico=@pridehoy=$AME $HIT
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    #When_Acapulco_Was_Beautiful….
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    @guardian @govUK @usagov @epn @BarackObama



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    USS Gloucester (1891)

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    USS Gloucester 1898

    Career (USA)

    Nombre: USS Gloucester

    Origen del Mismo: Gloucester, Massachusetts

    Astillero: Neafie & Levy

    Botado en: 1891

    Adquirido: 23 April 1898

    Comisionado: 16 May 1898

    Struck: 12 August 1919

    Fate: Sold

    Características generales:

    Desplazamiento: 786 tons

    Eslora: 240 feet 8 inches (73.4 m)

    Manga: 27 feet 2 inches (8.3 m)

    Calado: 12 feet (3.7 m)

    Velocidad: 17 nudos

    Armamento: 4 x 6-pounders

    For other ships of the same name, see USS Gloucester.

    USS Gloucester was a gunboat in the United States Navy. Formerly J. P. Morgan's yacht Corsair, Gloucester was built in 1891 by Neafie & Levy in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and acquired by the Navy on 23 April 1898. Gloucester was commissioned 16 May 1898, with Lieutenant Commander Richard Wainwright in command.

    Gloucester served in Cuban waters in 1898 with the North Atlantic Fleet, Blockading Station. She participated in the Battle of Santiago de Cuba 3 July 1898 against Cervera's fleet. The victory came with no casualties, which was attributed to "The accuracy and rapidity of her fire, making the proper service of the guns on the Spanish ships impossible."

    On 25 July 1898, she entered the harbor before the fleet at Guánica, Puerto Rico, and captured the place for the US Army. The handling and fighting of Gloucester merited the commendation of the Navy Department. As the Army was anxious to transfer the place of disembarkation to the harbor of Ponce, the Fleet was directed to proceed to Ponce to reconnoiter; capture all lighters found there; and occupy such positions necessary for holding the port until the arrival of the Army. On 1 August 1898, with assistance of USS Wasp, Gloucester took possession of Arroyo, and hoisting the US flag, Wainwright held it until arrival of the Army, a day later.


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    Corsair as it appeared about 1893

    Subsequently Gloucester cruised along the Eastern seaboard from New York to Provincetown in the fall of 1898, and from 1899 to 1902 served as a schoolship at Annapolis, Maryland. Recommissioned at Norfolk, Virginia 15 November 1902, she served as tender to the Commander in Chief, South Atlantic Squadron, and cruised to ports in the West Indies and along the east coast of South America.

    Decommissioned 8 February 1905, at Pensacola, Florida, the ship was on duty with the Massachusetts and New York Naval Militias at New York City until recommissioned 7 April 1917 at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

    Gloucester conducted harbor patrols at New York City until her name was struck from the Naval Vessel Register 12 August 1919, and she was sold 21 November 1919.


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    This article includes text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. The entry can be found here.




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