Charles A. Secor & Company

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Charles A. Secor & Company was a private American shipbuilding company whose fortunes were re-invigorated by the American Civil War, which permitted them to acquire a yard in Jersey City, New Jersey and build monitors for the Union.


Ship Type Launched Fate
U.S.S. Manhattan monitor 14 Oct, 1863 Sold 25 Mar, 1902
U.S.S. Mahopac monitor 17 May, 1864 Sold 25 Mar, 1902
U.S.S. Camanche monitor 14 Nov, 1864 Sold 22 Mar, 1899


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