USS Flusser (1864)

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Name: USS Flusser
Laid down: date unknown
Launched: date unknown
Acquired: 1864
In service: 1864
Out of service: 1865
Struck: 1865 (est.)
Captured: by Union Navy forces in 1864
Fate: sold, 23 September 1865
General characteristics
Displacement: Unknown
Length: 66 ft (20 m)
Beam: Unknown
Draft: Unknown
Propulsion: Sail
Speed: Varied
Complement: Unknown
Armament: None indicated

USS Flusser (1864) was a schooner captured by the Union Navy during the American Civil War.

She was used by the Union Navy as a storeship whose duty was to supply other Union Navy ships with coal, ammunition, and other necessary provisions.

Captured Confederate schooner used as Union Navy storeship

Flusser — a 66 ft (20 m) schooner captured from the Confederates in 1864 but never libeled as a prize — was used as a coal hulk and to carry ordnance and stores to ships in the North Carolina sounds.

Flusser was sold at Washington, D.C. on 23 September 1865.