GRAHAM DD 192
Ship Name and Designation History
This section lists the names and designations that the ship had during its lifetime. The list is in chronological order.
- Clemson Class Destroyer
- USS GRAHAM DD-192
Commissioned March 13 1920
Damaged beyond repair (collision with SS PANAMA) December 16 1921 off the New Jersey Coast
Decommissioned March 31 1922
Stricken May 4 1922
Sold September 19 1922 and broken up for scrap
Keel Laid September 7 1918 - Launched March 22 1919
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NO GRAHAM POSTMARKS
NAMESAKE - Secretary of the Navy William A. Graham (1804 - 1875)
Graduating from University of North Carolina 1824, he was admitted to the bar 1826. From 1833 he repeatedly was elected to House of Commons, of which he was speaker 1839-40. From 1840-43 he was in the U.S. Senate, and 1844 and 1846, elected Whig governor of North Carolina, declining a third term. From 1850-52, he was Secretary of the Navy, when he organized Perry's Expedition to Japan, during the administration of President Filmore
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