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|59k||Watercolor by Erik Heyl, of SS Dawn for use in his book "Early American Steamers", Volume III. This vessel served as USS Dawn in 1861-1865 and was later the civilian steamer SS Eutaw.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 66961
|170k||Line engraving published in "The Soldier in Our Civil War", Volume II, page 41, showing Rattlesnake
(ex-CSS Nashville) burning after being shelled by the monitor USS Montauk
commanded by CAPT. John L. Worden, USN, in the Ogeechee River, Georgia, 28 February 1863. Fort McAllister is in the right-center background, and the U.S. Navy gunboats
USS Wissahickon, USS Seneca and USS Dawn are
providing supporting fire in the left distance.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 59286
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|103k||"The Line Of Battle, Ogeechee River"
The second battle of Ogeechee River, December 1864. A sketch from "Harpers Weekly" showing:
USS C.P. Williams
USS Montauk on the river.
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