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USCandGS Ogden

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Name  Ogden
Completed  1919
Out of service  1944
Builder  Canton Lumber Company
Cost  $12,000 USD
In service  1919
Length  18 m
USC&GS Ogden
Namesake  Herbert Gouverneur Ogden (1846-1906)

USC&GS Ogden was a launch that served as a survey ship in the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey from 1919 to 1944. She was the only Coast and Geodetic Survey ship to bear the name.

Ogden was built by the Canton Lumber Company at Baltimore, Maryland, in 1919. She entered Coast and Geodetic Survey service that year.

Ogden spent her career on the United States East Coast. She worked as a wire-drag hydrographic survey vessel with the Coast and Geodetic Survey launch USC&GS Marindin.

Ogden was retired from Coast and Geodetic Survey service in 1944.

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USC&GS Ogden Wikipedia


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