An Indian word meaning “the end of the pack,” and “where the strap is pulled together.” This name was given to the most easterly mountain of the Spencer Range in Maine and is often misspelled as Sabatowan.
(Str: t. 5,313; l. 395'6"; b. 52'; dr. 23'8" cpl. 52)
Sabotawan (No. 4056), a collier, was built in 1919 by the Downey Shipbuilding Corp., Staten Island, N. Y. She was scheduled for acquisition by the Navy for use in the Naval Overseas Transportation Service as a service collier but was never taken over.