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|93k||Heavily re-touched photograph by P.F. Cooper, Philadelphia, dated 8 April 1864 of USS Ticonderoga. The original print is
mounted on a Carte de visite. The view shows Ticonderoga in her original configuration, without the bowsprit fitted in 1865.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 45057. Donation of Charles Remey, November 1931.
|94k||"Bombardment of Fort Fisher"
"Jan. 15th 1865"
Lithograph after a drawing by T.F. Laycock, published by Endicott & Co., New York, 1865, depicting the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron bombarding Fort Fisher, North Carolina, in preparation for its capture. The print is dedicated to Commodore S.W. Godon, USN. Ships present, as named on the original print, are (from left to right in the main battle line):
USS New Ironsides and
Ships in the foreground are (left to right, from the center of the view):
USS Vanderbilt and
USS Malvern (Flagship of Rear Admiral David Dixon Porter).
Monitors in the right middle distance are:
USS Monadnock (with two turrets);
USS Saugus and
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # LC-USZ62-144 from the collections of the Library of Congress.
|38k||USS Ticonderoga at anchor off Venice, Italy, circa 1866-69. Courtesy of George H. Stegmann.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 45373.
|74k||USS Ticonderoga photographed by Svoboda at Smyrna, Turkey, circa 1866-69, with several merchant sailing vessels and small
craft in the left foreground. The original print is mounted on a Carte de visite. The view shows Ticonderoga in her configuration of 1865-69, with a
bowsprit and straight bow.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 45374. Donation of Frederick G. McKean.
|89k||Photograph by F. Benque, Trieste of an artwork depicting USS Ticonderoga during her 1866-69 European cruise. The original
print is mounted on a Carte de visite. The view shows Ticonderoga in her configuration of 1865-69, with a bowsprit and straight bow.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 46375. Donation of Frederick G. McKean.
|103k||19th Century photograph of an artwork, probably of USS Ticonderoga in Chinese waters during her cruise around the World,
circa 1879-80. She is flying a Commodore's "broad pennant" at her mainmast peak, presumably that of Commodore Robert W. Shufeldt.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 97294.
|126k||Acting Master Carl F. R. Wappenhaus received appointment as Mate on the USS Augusta, 22 December 1862, and less than three weeks later, he was promoted to Acting Ensign. Wappenhaus was assigned to the Instruction Ship USS Savannah, at the New York Navy Yard, 15 January 1863, and that March, he received orders to report for duty on the USS Ticonderoga. He served as Acting Master from May 1865 until honorably discharged September 29, 1868.
Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress
|74k||Henry Martyn Dennison entered the Navy as Assistant Paymaster on 9 September 1861. His first assignment was the gunboat USS Winona from November 1861 to September 1862. During his tour he was promoted to Paymaster on 14 April 1862. From December 1862 to January 1863 he found himself aboard the supply ship USAT Blackstone. His last assignment during the Civil War was aboard the USS Ticonderoga from March 1863 to August 1865.||Bill Gonyo|
|01||COMO. Lardner, J. L.||12 May 1863 - ?|
|02||CDR. Barrett, Edward Gabriel André, USN (Biography)||no dates|
|03||COMO. Shufeldt, Robert W.||5 November 1878 - ?|
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