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CUTTING THE SEAS LIKE KNIVES IN HOT BUTTER.
Remarkable new snapshot photograph of three of the giant ships which are approaching Hampton Roads, after 42,227 mile trip round the world.
Image and text provided by Washington State Library; Olympia, WA.
Photo by The Spokane Press. (Spokane, Wash.) 1902-1939, 20 February 1909, Image 1, courtesy of chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.


Civil War Era Monitors
Shallow Draft, Coastal & Seagoing Monitors
Post Civil War Era Monitors
Large Coastal Seagoing Monitors
Pre-Dreadnought Battleships
Second Class Battleships, Indiana, Iowa, Kearsarge, Illinois, Maine, Virginia, Connecticut & Mississippi Classes
Post-Dreadnought / Newport Conference Design Battleships
South Carolina, Delaware, Florida, Wyoming, New York, Nevada, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Tennessee, Colorado & South Dakota Classes
Post-Dreadnought / Washington Conference Design Battleships
North Carolina, South Dakota, Iowa, Montana Classes
Miscellaneous
(Almost) Unknown Photos, Katahdin, Target Rafts, U.S. Built Foreign Battleships, Ostfriesland, Commercial Battleships, US Battleship Construction, Articles, Baltops 85

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