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|294k||US Navy ships of the Japanese Squadron, established to promote free trade with Japan in 1852. From left to right:
USS St. Mary's,
USS Mississippi and
From ~ The Archive of the Old Print Man ~ "Gleason's Pictorial Drawing Room Companion", Boston, 1852.
|61k||USS Saratoga at anchor after the Civil War, in standard wooden-ship finish of the period. The apparent height of her weather-deck bulwarks is increased by the hammocks stowed along their top behind canvas screens.
US Navy photo from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command
|153k||USS Saratoga moored pierside in a Japanese port, date unknown. Photo taken from "Memories for 80 years", Bakumatsu, Meiji, Taisho, published by The Eastern Culture Association.||Robert Hurst|
|79k||Lithograph after a drawing by Joseph L. Jones, circa 1877-1880 depicting a Naval Review in Hampton-Roads, VA.
dedicated to Secretary of the Navy Richard W. Thompson. Ships present include (from left):
USS Tallapoosa (flying the Secretary of the Navy's Flag),
USS Portsmouth and
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 61193. Courtesy of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1936.
|53k||Sailors and 3" rifled gun aboard the sloop USS Saratoga date unknown.
United States Navy photo.
|274k||USS Saratoga at anchor during a visit to England in 1899. Photo courtesy of the Imperial War Museum. Image and text from "Warships of The Civil War Navies" by Paul H. Silverstone.||Robert Hurst|
|91k||USS Saratoga serving as a school ship, circa 1900.||Darryl Baker|
|55k||USS Saratoga in the harbor at Naples, Italy while serving as a school ship, circa 1900.
Photo from Los Angeles Herald, Sunday Magazine, May 4, 1910.
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