PS General Slocum
The PS General Slocum was a passenger steamboat built in Brooklyn, New York, in 1891. The General Slocum was named for Civil War General and New York Congressman Henry Warner Slocum. She operated in t...
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HMS A1
HMS A1 was the Royal Navy's first British-designed submarine, and their first to suffer fatal casualties.She was the lead ship of the first British A-class submarines (a second, much different A-class...
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Russian battleship Petropavlovsk (1894)
The Petropavlovsk (Петропавловск) was the lead ship of the Petropavlovsk class of pre-dreadnought battleships built for the Imperial Russian Navy. She displaced 11,854 long tons (12,044 t) at ful...
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Japanese cruiser Miyako
Miyako (宮古) was an unprotected cruiser of the early Imperial Japanese Navy. The name Miyako comes from the Miyako Islands, one of the three island groups making up current Okinawa prefecture. Miya...
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Adolphe (ship)
The Adolphe was a sailing ship that was wrecked at the mouth of the Hunter River in New South Wales, Australia, in 1904. The ship is now the most prominent of several wrecks on what is now the Stockto...
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Dogger Bank incident
2°46′08″E / 54.724°N 2.769°E / 54.724; 2.769The Dogger Bank incident (also known as the North Sea Incident, the Russian Outrage or the Incident of Hull) occurred on the night ...
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Japanese cruiser Takasago
Takasago (高砂) was a protected cruiser of the Imperial Japanese Navy, designed and built by the Armstrong Whitworth shipyards in Elswick, in the United Kingdom. The name Takasago derives from a loc...
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Georges Valentine (shipwreck)
The Georges Valentine Shipwreck Site is the site of the historic shipwreck of an Italian barkentine off the coast of Hutchinson Island in Martin County, Florida, with the nearest landmark being the Ho...
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Hitachi Maru Incident
The Hitachi Maru Incident (常陸丸事件, Hitachi-maru jiken) was a maritime incident which occurred during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905, in which three Japanese transports were sunk in a Russi...
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List of shipwrecks in 1904
The list of shipwrecks in 1904 includes some ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during 1904.
Russian cruiser Boyarin (1901)
The Boyarin (Russian: Боярин, "Nobleman") was a protected cruiser built for the Imperial Russian Navy by Burmeister & Wain in Copenhagen, Denmark. She served in the Russian Pacific Fleet and was s...
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Japanese corvette Kaimon
Kaimon (海門, Sea Gate) was a sail-and-steam corvette of the early Imperial Japanese Navy. Although the name Kaimon translates to "sea gate", the ship was named for Mount Kaimon, although writte...
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Japanese gunboat Ōshima
Ōshima (大島) was a steam gunboat, serving in the early Imperial Japanese Navy. She was named after the island of Ōshima off Shizuoka prefecture.
Ōshima was a steel-hulled three-masted gunboat w...
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Santo Domingo Affair
The Santo Domingo Affair, or the Santo Domingo Crisis, refers to an incident in 1904 involving the United States and insurgent forces of Carlos F. Morales in the present day Dominican Republic. After ...
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Clallam (steamboat)
The steamboat Clallam operated for about six months from July 1903 to January 1904 in Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. She was sunk in a storm on what should have been an ordinary voyage t...
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Japanese cruiser Yoshino
Yoshino (吉野) was a protected cruiser of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Yoshino is sometimes regarded as a sister ship to the Takasago, although the two vessels are of different classes. The name Yosh...
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Japanese gunboat Atago
Atago (愛宕) was a composite hulled, steam gunboat, serving in the early Imperial Japanese Navy. She was the third vessel to be completed in the four vessel Maya-class gunboat, and was named after M...
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HMS Chamois (1896)
HMS Chamois was a Palmer three funnel, 30 knot destroyer ordered by the Royal Navy under the 1895 – 1896 Naval Estimates. She was the first ship of the Royal Navy to carry this name. She was commissi...
Llangibby (ship)
The Llangibby was a British steamship named after the town of Llangybi, Monmouthshire.In August 1904, the Llangibby was involved in a serious collision on the high seas with the American ship Roanoke...
SS Norge
SS Norge was a Danish passenger liner sailing from Copenhagen, Oslo and Kristiansand to New York, mainly with emigrants, which sank off Rockall in 1904. It remained the biggest civilian maritime disas...
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New Market train wreck
The New Market Train Wreck happened when two Southern Railway passenger trains travelling at great speed collided head on near New Market, Tennessee on Saturday, September 24, 1904, killing at least 5...
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Eden train wreck
The Eden train wreck of August 7, 1904, occurred when the No. 11 Missouri Pacific Flyer from Denver, Colorado to St Louis, Missouri crossed the Dry Creek arroyo bridge near Eden Station, 8 miles north...
HMS Decoy (1894)
HMS Decoy was a Daring-class torpedo boat destroyer which served with the Royal Navy in home waters. She was launched in 1895 and sunk in a collision with HMS Arun in 1903.
She was built by J...
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Monohansett (steamboat)
The Monohansett was a sidewheel steamer operating as a ferry serving the island of Martha's Vineyard during the end of the nineteenth century. It was named after Monohansett Island, a tiny twelve-acre...
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