High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The fourth USS Columbia
(C-12/CA-16) was an unarmored protected cruiser in the United
States Navy during the Spanish-American War and World War I. She
was the lead ship of her class of two cruisers; her sister ship was
Minneapolis(C-13). The class was originally designed with three
funnels; variations at the yard resulted in Columbia being built
with four and Minneapolis with two.
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