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BB3 Oregon (Battle of Santiago)


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Digital Id
39k U.S.S. Oregon, entrance to Santiago harbor from deck
1898
by Edward H. Hart
LC-D4-20854
det 4a14640
29k U.S.S. Oregon, engaging shore batteries at Santiago
1898
by Edward H. Hart
LC-D4-20855
det 4a14641
41k U.S.S. Oregon, Capt. Clark watching a shot at the [Cristobal] Colon, Battle of Santiago
1898
by Edward H. Hart
Second title on negative: Capt. Clark and Naval Cadet Overstreet [...] a successful shot fired by Oregon.
LC-D4-20856
det 4a14642
??k U.S.S. Oregon, Lieut. Elerle, in charge of 13-inch turret, watching the [Cristobal] Colon, Battle of Santiago
1898
by Edward H. Hart
LC-D4-20858
det 4a14644
45k U.S.S. Oregon, watching a shot at the [Cristobal] Colon, Battle of Santiago
1898
by Edward H. Hart
LC-D4-20859
det 4a14645
48k U.S.S. Oregon, cheering the hauling down of the Colon's colors, Battle of Santiago
1898 July
by Edward H. Hart
LC-D4-20860
det 4a14646
41k U.S.S. Oregon, watching the [Cristobal] Colon after her surrender, Battle of Santiago
1898
by Edward H. Hart
LC-D4-20861
det 4a14647
45k U.S.S. Oregon, squilgee band on after turret after surrender of [Cristobal] Colon, Battle of Santiago
1898
by Edward H. Hart
LC-D4-20862
det 4a14648
40k U.S.S. Oregon, Capt. Clark and Cadet Leahy, Battle of Santiago
1898
by Edward H. Hart
LC-D4-20863
det 4a14649
47k U.S.S. Oregon, Chief Engineer Milligan, Battle of Santiago
1898
by Edward H. Hart
LC-D4-20864
det 4a14650
38k U.S.S. Oregon, Capt. Clark and officers and crew of after 13 inch turret, Battle of Santiago
1898
by Edward H. Hart
LC-D4-20865
det 4a14651
40k U.S.S. Oregon, a gun crew, Battle of Santiago
1898
by Edward H. Hart
LC-D4-20866
det 4a14652

Original Source:
Oregon (Battleship)
Santiago de Cuba (Cuba), Battle of, 1898.



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