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|71k||USS Tuscumbia in mid-stream on the Western Rivers, circa 1863.
US Navy History and Heritage Command photo # NH 49800.
|62k||USS Tuscumbia moored to the shore on the Western Rivers, circa 1863.
US Navy History and Heritage Command photo # NH 49998.
|123k||USS Tuscumbia tied up with other ships, on the Western Rivers, circa 1863.
USS Linden("Tinclad" # 10) is moored outboard of Tuscumbia. Two mortar boats, one with a 13-inch mortar on board, are inboard. Note damage to the rear of Tuscumbia's starboard paddle box.
US Navy History and Heritage Command photo # NH 55214.
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|48k||"Attack on Grand Gulf," 29 April 1863, from Harper's Weekly.
The attack by USS Benton,
USS Mound City, and
|155k||"Battle of Grand Gulf, First position, R. Ad. D.D. Porter Commanding". Engraving published in Rear Admiral Henry Walke's Naval Scenes
and Reminiscences of the Civil War in the United States ... (1877), depicting U.S. Navy ironclads engaging Confederate batteries at Grand Gulf, Mississippi, 29 April 1863.
US ships present, as identified on the print, are (from left-center to right):
USS Baron de Kalb, (Identified in the engraving as St. Louis) and
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo # NH 1852
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