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|512k||Ship-of-the-Line USS Independence master sail plan, circa 1814.
From "History of the American Sailing Navy: The Ships and There Development" by Howard I. Chappelle.
|299k||Painting of the Ship-of-the-Line USS Independence underway in 1836. Artist unknown.
Photo from Archival Research Catalog of the National Archives and Records Administration, ARC Identifier 512951.
|50k||Painting of USS Independence after the Ship-of-the-Line was cut down to a 54 gun Frigate under full sail, date unknown.||US Naval Historical Center|
|117k||Print showing USS Independence at Mare Island Navy Yard, 11 November 1853.||Fred Stahl|
|84k||View looking along the waterfront of Mare Island Navy Yard during the 1870s, with the city of Vallejo on the opposite side of the channel.
Ships tied up at the Navy Yard include USS Saranac (left), USS Independence (center), and a Revenue Cutter
(right center). Moored offshore are USS California (left) and
USS Pensacola (left center). The yard's floating drydock is in the right distance
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 68685, from the William H. Topley collection. Courtesy of Charles M. Loring, 1969.
|1843k||USS Independence is moored astern of USS Pensacola, moored at the quay wall, at Navy Yard Mare Island, Vallejo, CA., mid photo in 1897. USS Mohican is in dry dock #1 (you can see her masts and bow). USS Philadelphia (C-4) is moored in the channel.
File name Mohican 1897-01, Navy Photo, November 1987
|656k||Mare Island Navy Yard, September-October 1889. Ships present:
USS Monongahela, outboard of,
USS Monadnock (under construction),
USC&GS Carlisle P. Patterson,
USS Charleston (C-2) (being outfitted),
Floating dry dock and
USS Independence (Receiving Ship)
Ships in the channel (left to right)
USS Alert and
US Navy photo from the collections of the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum
|Darryl Baker and Robb Johnson|
|58k||USS Independence moored at the quay wall, at Navy Yard Mare Island, Vallejo, CA., circa 1890s as either USS Concord (Gunboat # 3) or USS Bennington (Gunboat # 4) steam by.
US Navy photo # NH 7055, courtesy of the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, 1970.
|76k||USS Independence at Navy Yard Mare Island, Vallejo, CA., circa 1890s. in the 1890s. Detroit Publishing Co.
US Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs Division, digital ID det.4a14238.
|264k||The receiving ship USS Independence is in the background of this stern view of USS Fortune at Mare Island, 23 July 1904.
Mare Island Navy Yard photo # 374, 7/23/04
|571k||Honorable Discharge Certificate issued to Fred H. Taylor, 18 July 1909 aboard the Mare Island Navy Yard receiving ship USS Independence. Taylor's real was Henry Franz Johann Tramp, he enlisted under the name of Fred H. Taylor at age 16.||Robert Hurst|
|42k||Receiving ship USS Independence moored at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA., prior to her decommissioning in 1912.
Photo from Treasure Island Museum , from Warship Boneyards", by Kit and Carolyn Bonner.
|72k||The receiving ship USS Independence Navy Yard Mare Island, 18 July 1913.
Mare Island Navy Yard photo # MINSY BK 622 07
|37k||USS Independence serving as receiving ship at Mare Island Navy Yard, circa 1908.||Paul Petosky|
|252k||Hand colored post card image of Receiving Ship USS Independence at Navy Yard Mare Island, circa 1912-13.
Frank J. Stumm, Publisher, Benicia, CA.
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