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|85k||A wash drawing by Clary Ray, circa 1900, depicting the wooden-hulled double-ended steamer USS Tallapoosa as she appeared during the Civil War. Courtesy of the US Navy Art Collection, Washington, D.C.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 270.
|125k||USS Tallapoosa Ship's officers, 1873. Her Commanding Officer, Lieutenant David G. McRitchie, is seated in the center.
Photo courtesy of Admiral William D. Leahy, December 1938.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 42232.
|76k||USS Tallapoosa tied up at the Sheer Wharf, Boston Navy Yard, circa 1876, after she was reconstructed. Note the sheer legs on the wharf, and the sterns of USS Wabash and USS Ohio at the left.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 42479, courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation.
|106k||USS Tallapoosa after reconstruction, circa 1874-1884.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 43864.
|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.
|892k||USS Tallapoosa, right and USS Despatch, left, at Bar Harbor, ME., 10 September 1882, during the visit to Bar Harbor by then President Chester Arthur.
Photo courtesy Maine Historical Preservation Commission.
|107k||Starboard quarter view of USS Tallapoosa anchored at an unknown location probably from the mid to late 1880’s.
Library of Congress photo # LC-D4-20105
|93k||USS Nina salvaging the wreck of USS Tallapoosa sunk in Martha’s Vineyard Sound, circa 1884-1885.
US Navy photo
|161k||USS Tallapoosa in drydock, probably at the New York Navy Yard in 1884 or 1885, showing damage received in August 1884 when she was sunk in a collision with the schooner James S. Lowell. The view looks toward her starboard side, just forward of the midships superstructure.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 42231.
|96k||USS Tallapoosa at the Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, MA., circa 1886, following her final rebuilding.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 43865.
|173k||After she was rebuilt as "single-ender" USS Tallapoosa resembled one of the era's commercial steamers more than she did a warship. The vessel still had the provision of sail power.||Tommy Trampp|
|63k||A view of the waterfront at the Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Maine, circa 1886, with the floating drydock at left. Ships present are (from left to right):
USS Tallapoosa; and
USS Constitution (housed over).
Photo courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation, 1971.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo #: NH 58947
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