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CSS Youngalaska

Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons

Civil War Medal

  • Built, date and location unknown
  • Acquired by the Confederate Navy, date unknown
  • Commissioned CSS Youngalaska, date unknown
  • Final Disposition, fate unknown
    Displacement unknown
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    Propulsion steam

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    92k Port side view of Fanny from "Harper's Weekly," 19 October 1861. From Harper's Weekly, Oct.19, 1861. Showing Fanny attacked by CSS Raleigh, CSS Curlew, and CSS Youngalaska. It is not clear, however, if this was actually Fanny's appearance, as other contemporary drawings (in Frederick Stansbury Haydon's "Military Ballooning During the Early Civil War," for example) show a similar, but definitely different, ship, Fabio Pena and
    Tommy Trampp

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