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Morris

Morris may refer to:

Contents

  • Places 1
    • Canada 1.1
    • United States 1.2
  • Ships 2
  • Board games 3
  • Other uses 4
  • See also 5

Places

Canada

United States

Towns
Counties and other

Ships

  • USCS Morris, a survey ship in service with the United States Coast Survey from 1849 to 1855
  • USS Morris (1778), a ship in service from 1778 until wrecked in 1779
  • USS Morris (1779), a schooner acquired in 1779 which operated on the Mississippi River during the American Revolutionary War
  • USS Morris (1846a), a schooner in service from early 1846 until wrecked in October 1846
  • USS Morris (1846b), a schooner in service from 1846 to 1848
  • USS Morris (TB-14), a torpedo boat commissioned in 1898 and decommissioned in 1919
  • USS Morris (DD-271), a Clemson-class destroyer commissioned in 1919 and decommissioned in 1922
  • USS Morris (DD-417), a Sims-class destroyer commissioned in 1940 and decommissioned in 1945
  • USS Morris (PC-1179), a patrol craft commissioned as USS PC-1179 in 1943, decommissioned in 1946, renamed Morris in 1956, and struck from the Navy List in 1960

Board games

Other uses

See also

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