FORCES AFLOAT, MAJOR STATIONS
January 1, 1892
NORTH ATLANTIC STATION
RADM Bancroft Gherardi
PHILADELPHIA (2nd rate) (F)
Capt. Frederick Rodgers
MIANTONOMAH (2nd rate)
Capt. Montgomery Sicard
CONCORD (3rd rate)
Cmdr. Oliver A. Batcheller
KEARSARGE (3rd rate)
Cmdr. Horace Elmer
VESUVIUS (4th rate)
Lt. Seaton Schroeder
SOUTH ATLANTIC STATION
RADM John G. Walker
CHICAGO (2nd rate) (F)
Capt. Joseph N. Miller
ATLANTA (2nd rate)
Capt. Francis J. Higginson
TALLAPOOSA (3rd rate)
Cmdr. James M. Forsyth
BENNINGTON (3rd rate)
Cmdr. Royal B. Bradford
ESSEX (3rd rate)
Cmdr. Albert S. Snow
YANTIC (4th rate)
Lt. Cmdr. Samuel Belden
PACIFIC STATION
RADM George Brown
SAN FRANCISCO (2nd rate) (F)
Capt. William T. Sampson
PENSACOLA (2nd rate)
Capt. Albert Kautz
CHARLESTON (2nd rate)
Capt. Charles Remey
BOSTON (2nd rate)
Capt. Gilbert C. Wiltse
BALTIMORE (2nd rate)
Capt. Winfield S. Schley
MOHICAN (3rd rate)
Cmdr. Charles S. Cotton
IROQUOIS (3rd rate)
Cmdr. John J. Read
YORKTOWN (3rd rate)
Cmdr. Robley D. Evans
ASIATIC STATION
RADM George F. Belknap
MARION (3rd rate) (F)
Cmdr. John R. Bartlett
ALLIANCE (3rd rate)
Cmdr. Felix McCurley
MONOCACY (3rd rate)
Cmdr. Francis M. Barber
ALERT (3rd rate)
Cmdr. Roswell D. Hitchcock
PETREL (4th rate)
Lt. Cmdr. M. R. S. Mackenzie
PALOS (4th rate)
Lt. Cmdr. John C. Rich
En-Route as Flag-Ship, Asiatic Station
RADM David B. Harmony
LANCASTER (2nd rate)
Capt. Henry B. Seely
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USS CHICAGO, flagship of the South
Atlantic Station, as seen in the
1890's. One of the ABCD ships,
CHICAGO and her sisters marked the
start of the Navy's rebirth.

US Navy Photo from the Naval History
and Heritage Command  On-Line
Library.
As far as I know, it is in the public
domain.
USS MONOCACY in Chinese
waters circa 1890.

US Navy Photo from the Naval
History and Heritage Command  
On-Line Library.
As far as I know, it is in the
public domain.
USS KEARSARGE at Portsmouth Navy Yard in the
1890's following her final refit.  Long past her Civil
War prime (when she defeated CSS ALABAMA)
KEARSARGE would run aground and be lost later in
the decade.

US Navy Photo from the Naval History and Heritage
Command  On-Line Library.
As far as I know, it is in the public domain.
Officers of USS CHARLESTON
photographed in 1891.
Captain Charles Remey is seated in
the middle of the front row.

US Navy Photo from the Naval History
and Heritage Command  On-Line
Library.
As far as I know, it is in the public
domain.