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|137k||USS Cricket ("Tinclad" #6) tied up at a Western Rivers city, during the last years of the Civil War, with a barge astern
and a boat alongside. Note the decorative star suspended between her smokestacks.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 55524.
|109k||USS Cricket ("Tinclad" #6) tied up at a Western Rivers city, during the last years of the Civil War, with a barge astern and a river steamboat in the distance. Note the identification number ("6") painted on her pilothouse.
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo # NH 63377.
|208k||"Attack on the 'Cricket' by 2,500 Confederates, Under General Green" Engraving from Porter's "History of the Civil War", page 522,
depicting USS Cricket engaged in a running battle with Confederate troops and artillery along the Red River on 26 April 1864. Cricket was the
flagship of Rear Admiral David Dixon Porter during this action.
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo # NH 42369.
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