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|88k||Colored lithograph, after a drawing by Captain Melancthon B. Woolsey, USN, published by the Major & Knapp Eng. Mfg. & Lith. Co., 71 Broadway, New York, circa the later 1860s.
It depicts the fast cruisers Ammonoosuc (1868-1883) and Neshaminy (1865-1874). The same print has also been used to depict the never-launched Connecticut ex-Pompanoosuc. The original print's mount bears the notation: "From Boynton's History of the U.S. Navy".
US Navy photo # NH 57271-KN (Color) from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command
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|61k||Boston Navy Yard, waterfront, as seen from East Boston, circa 1876. Ships at left are USS Wabash, outboard, with USS Niagara housed over inboard of her. Iowa (ex-Ammonoosuc) is inboard of Niagara with only her four smokestacks and stern visible. The large ships on the building ways in the center and extreme right are Connecticut (ex-Pompanoosuc) and Pennsylvania (ex-Keywadin.
US Navy photo # NH 42470 from the US Naval History and Heritage Command, courtesy of National Historical Foundation, Washington, D.C.
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