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1895 Revenue Cutter McCULLOCH Specifications

Specifications for Triple-Expansion Single-Screw Propelling Engine, with Boilers and Auxiliary machinery, for a REVENUE CUTTER, to be known as "No. 3, R.C.S." (For the Pacific Coast) [USRC McCULLOCH] of about 1,280 tons Cruising Displacement, to make a speed of 16 knots per hour when developing about 2,000 horsepower. Office of the Engineer in Chief U.S. Revenue-Cutter Service, Treasury Department. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1895.

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