|Builder:||AG Vulcan Stettin|
|Launched:||24 August 1889 as Scandia|
|Fate:||destroyed by fire at dock in 1924 and was scrapped.|
|Class and type:||USAT|
|Length:||370.7 ft (113.0 m) length overall|
|Beam:||44.3 ft (13.5 m) -->|
The liner was purchased by the United States Government in 1898 for use as a U.S. Army transport (USAT) during the Spanish-American War where it remained in service through World War I and was subsequently sold in 1923. In 1924 the Warren sank for unknown reasons on the Huangpu River in the harbor of Shanghai, next to the pier, and was finally scrapped by 1925.
Her call letters were ATW.
On 28 August 1892 the Scandia left Hamburg with a crew of 77 and 1009 passengers that included 981 steerage and 28 in cabins. The ship arrived in New York on 10 September 1892 with reports that thirty-two had died at sea. There were seven sick passengers that were removed and taken to Swinburne Island where two of those died. The ship was among ten that were quarantined during the 5th Cholera outbreak that included the SS Moravia SS Wyoming, SS Normannia (2), SS Rugia (1), and the SS Stubbenhuk
- "Ship Descriptions - S". TheShipsList.
- "USAT WARREN - Ships Nostalgia Gallery". www.shipsnostalgia.com.
- Newspaper article shown pictured.
- "Calisphere: The U.S. Army Transport "Warren" at Dock. Honolulu, Hawaii". Calisphere.
- "Spanish American War U.S. army transport ship Warren: Photo 1 | Carnegie Library for Local History". localhistory.boulderlibrary.org.
- Hunt, Geoffrey. Colorado's Volunteer Infantry in the Philippine Wars, 1898-1899 (1st Colorado on the Warren). University of New Mexico Press. pp. 207–208. Retrieved 2019-07-21.
- "American Shipping". July 16, 1920 – via Google Books.
- "Congressional Edition". U.S. Government Printing Office. July 16, 1914 – via Google Books.
- Jackson, Sheldon (July 16, 1903). Annual Report on Introduction of Domestic Reindeer Into Alaska. U.S. Government Printing Office. p. 38 – via Internet Archive.
- "Wireless Telegraph Stations of the World, Including Shore Stations, Merchant Vessels, Revenue Cutters, and Vessels, Revenue Cutters, and Vessels of the United States Navy". U.S. Government Printing Office. July 16, 1912 – via Google Books.
- "Scandia the Worse Plague Ship of All". The Evening World. September 10, 1892. Retrieved July 17, 2019.
- SS Moravia- Retrieved 2019-07-21
- SS Wyoning- Retrieved 2019-07-21
- SS Normannia- Retrieved 2019-07-21
- SS Rugia- Retrieved 2019-07-21
- SS Stubbenhuk-Retrieved 2019-07-21