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|179k||Battle of Mobile Bay, 5 August 1864. Line engraving after an artwork by J.O. Davidson, published in "Battles and Leaders of the Civil War", Volume 4, page 378. Entitled "Surrender of the Tennessee,' Battle of Mobile Bay", it depicts CSS Tennessee in the center foreground, surrounded by the Union warships (from left to right): USS Lackawanna, USS Winnebago, USS Ossipee, USS Brooklyn, USS Itasca, USS Richmond, USS Hartford and USS Chickasaw. Fort Morgan is shown in the right distance.||US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 1276 Courtesy of the U.S. Naval Academy Museum, Annapolis, Maryland. Gift of Henry Huddleston Rogers, 1930.|
|72k||USS Ossipee at anchor in 1867 off Honolulu, T.H. with her crew manning the yards. This photograph has also been captioned as showing USS Lackawanna, but is actually Ossipee in her 1862-1872 configuration.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 51182, Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation; Collection of W. Beverley Mason Jr., 1962.
|37k||USS Ossipee at anchor in her 1873-78 configuration, with her 11" pivot gun mounted between the main & mizzen masts.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 45369
|68k||USS Ossipee at anchor in her 1884-89 configuration, with her 8" rifled pivot gun mounted forward of the stack.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 45054
|92k||USS Ossipee at anchor in her 1884-89 configuration.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 45370
|104k||"General Muster" on board USS Ossipee , circa 1887-88. The ship's Commanding Officer, CDR. William Bainbridge Hoff, is in center, leaning on the grating rack. Note Marine sentry at the gangway, hammock stowage, and large percentage of black sailors among the crew at left.US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 42950
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 42950
|98k||Crew "At Quarters", on board USS Ossipee circa 1887-88. Note black sailor in right center; gun crews by their weapons at right, Marines with "Trap-door Springfield rifles, drummers, dog on deck and hammocks stowed in hammock rails over the bulwarks.US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 42948||Robert Hurst|
|111k||"Berth Deck, Cook's" on board USS Ossipee in 1887. Photographed by E.H. Hart, 112 E. 24th St., New York. Note cooking gear, sausages in roasting rack at left, tins of beef (one from New Zealand), bread, man peeling potatoes, black sailor with bowl, coffee cups, and bearded Marine.US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 2860||Robert Hurst|
|01||LCDR. Boyd, Robert||6 November 1862 - 16 November 1862|
|02||CAPT. Gillis John P.||16 November 1862 - ?|
|03||CAPT. Emmons, George F.||27 October 1866 - ?|
|04||CDR. Hoff, William Bainbridge||1887 - ?|
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