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The General McPherson was a ship used by the U.S. military to travel between military installations in the San Francisco Bay area. Named after Union General James Birdseye McPherson, a prominent figure in the American Civil War, the 109 ton two-masted Quartermaster steamer was docked at Pier 7, Pacific Street Wharf, San Francisco. It was a small boat, reportedly "not much larger than a tug".
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