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|121k||Engraving by Winham, "from a War-time sketch", published in "Battles and Leaders of the Civil War", Volume IV, page 394, depicts the capture of CSS Selma by USS Metacomet in Mobile Bay, 5 August 1864.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 42219
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|228k||Wood-cut engraving titled "The Rebel Gun-Boat [CSS Selma] surrendering to the United States Steamer [USS Metacomet", published in "Harper's Weekly" September 1864.||Tommy Trampp|
|108k||Artwork by Xanthus Smith, depicting USS Metacomet at Pensacola, FL., 30 August 1864.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 60648
|135k||Line engraving, after a sketch by George Watters, published in "Harper's Weekly", 10 December 1864, page 789, depicting a Sunday morning inspection aboard USS Metacomet. Crewmen are paraded with cutlasses beside one of the gunboat's 100-pounder Parrott rifled guns. Note hoisting arrangements in the hatch at left, possibly to supply ammunition to the gun, officers standing at right and hammocks stowed in the hammock rails.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 47017
|156k|| Flag Officer Farragut ship's passing Fort Morgan during the Battle of Mobile Bay, 5 August 1864. Drawing from the book
"Under Both Flags" Veteran Publishing Co., © 1896. From left to right:
USS Port Royal
USS Monongahela and
|01||CDR. Jouett, James E.||4 January 1864 - 14 December 1864|
|02||CDR. Crosby, Pierce||14 December 1864 - 10 August 1865|
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