Missouri (1)
(of 1873) See HAMMONIA (1).
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Missouri (2)
The "Missouri" was built by C.Connell & Co, Glasgow(Engines by J&J.Thomson, Glasgow) in 1881 for the Warren Line of Liverpool. She was a 5,146 gross ton ship, length 425.6ft x beam 43.6ft, one funnel, four masts, iron construction, single screw and a speed of 11 knots. I have no information on her passenger capacity. Launched on 15/2/1881, she sailed from Liverpool on her maiden voyage to Boston on 30/5/1881. On 1/3/1886 she was wrecked in Caernarvon Bay, Wales with no loss of life. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2, p.685] -
Citation: [Posted to the ShipsList by Ted Finch - 22 February 1998]
Missouri (dredge)
The steel 20-inch suction dredge Missouri was purchased from the Longview Dredging Co. in 1931 by the General Construction Co. and brought to Seattle by the tug Humaconna, Capt. Harry E. Campbell. The Missouri was first employed in dredging the upper Duwamish Waterway. Gordon Newell, Maritime events of 1931, H.W. McCurdy Maine History of the Pacific Northwest., p. 412.
Citation: Tacoma Public Library
Missouri (dredge)
The steel 20-inch suction dredge Missouri was built at Portland for the Longview Dredging Co., the 668-ton vessel having dimensions of 150 x 37 x 10.6. Gordon Newell, Maritime Events of 1923, H.W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest. p. 341.
Citation: Tacoma Public Library
Missouri (uss Battleship)
Nard Jones, Puget Sound Profiles. I, p. 18. History buffs say Navy faces a battle on Missouri's future, The Tacoma News Tribune. March 22, 1982. Norm Dicks would keep Missouri here, The Tacoma News Tribune. April 5, 1984. Might Mo will return after duty to Bremerton site, The Tacoma News Tribune.April 8, 1984. Dicks: History group not likely to block Missouri's reactivation, The Tacoma News Tribune. April 15, 1984. Mo's last hurrah was mightly popular, The Tacoma News Tribune. April 30, 1984. Thousands take last tour of the might Mo, The Seattle Post Intelligencer. April 30, 1985. Mighty tow, Missour begins journal back into service, The Tacoma News Tribune May 15, 1984. Mo sailed with cargo of youth memories, The Tacoma News Tribune. May 20, 1984. USS Missouri was like moving a large barge, Foss tugs part in towing the battleship out of Puget Sound, The Marine Digest. June 2, 1984, p. 11+ (il).
Citation: Tacoma Public Library
Missouri Belle (steamer)
Louis C. Hunter. Steamboats on the Western Rivers., p. 276.
Citation: Tacoma Public Library