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|110k||Warships of the sailing navy. Chromolithograph by Armstrong & Company, after an 1893 watercolor by Fred S. Cozzens, published in Our Navy
-- Its Growth and Achievements, 1897. Ships depicted are from different eras, and are identified by the artist as (from left to right):
U.S. Brig (Schooner) Enterprise (1799-1823), firing a salute;
U.S. Ship of the Line Pennsylvania (1837-1861);
U.S. Ship of the Line North Carolina (1825-1867), mis-labeled by the artist as South Carolina; and
U.S. Brig Hornet (1805-1829). The vessel under sail in the far center distance is not identified. Collection of Captain Glenn
Howell, USN, 1974.
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo #: NH 460-KN (Color)
|136k||Hand colored lithograph print by N. Currier, 2 Spruce St., New York, 1846, depicting the US Ship of the Line Pennsylvania.
US Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, LC-USZC2-3122.
|124k||Lithograph by A. Hoffy, No. 41 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, after a sketch by C.C. Barton, U.S.N. It was "Designed and lithographed expressly for the Philadelphia. Saturday Chronicle." Courtesy of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1936.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 47216.
|121k||Halftone reproduction of a painting depicting USS Pennsylvania underway in a storm, published in "The Navy League Journal", circa the early 1900s.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 3018.
|158k||Line engraving published in "Gleason's Pictorial", 9 July 1853, showing USS Pennsylvania at anchor off the Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, VA., where she was the receiving ship. This view represents most of the right half of a longer original engraving entitled "View of the United States Navy Yard at Gosport, opposite Norfolk, Virginia."
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 42715.
|130k||Line engraving published in "Harper's Weekly", 16 March 1861. The ship of the line USS Pennsylvania, receiving ship at the yard, is shown at anchor on the left side of the image. The Navy Yard, and Pennsylvania, were burned just over a month later, on 20 April 1861.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 42714, courtesy of the Norfolk Naval Shipyard.
|155k||Line engraving from Harper's Weekly, 1861 of Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, VA.. It depicts (from left to right) the ships:
USS Raritan and
USS United States moored off the yard prior to their destruction on 20 April 1861.
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo #: NH 59559
|115k||"Destruction of the United States Navy-Yard at Norfolk, Virginia, by Fire, by the United States Troops, on April 20, 1861" A line engraving published in "Harper's Weekly", 1861, providing two scenes of the burning of Norfolk Navy Yard and the destruction of ships located there. Ships shown in the lower scene (as identified below the print), from left to right:
USS United States (afire);
tug Yankee with
USS Cumberland (underway, leaving the area);
USS Merrimack (afire in left center distance);
USS Pawnee (underway, leaving the area), and
USS Pennsylvania (afire).
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo # NH 59179
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|120k||Photograph taken circa the later 1860s, entitled "Wreck of the U.S. Line of Battle Ship 'Pennsylvania'."
It depicts salvage operations on the burned and sunken ship, off the Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia. Note the burned ship hull floating in the middle distance, steam salvage engines and boilers, with their associated barge at right.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 42722, donation of Rear Admiral Ammen C. Farenholt, USN(MC), 1931.
|01||CAPT. Kennedy, Edward P.||July 1843 - 1843|
|02||CAPT. Zantzinger, John P.||1844 - 1845|
|03||CDR. Smoot, Joseph||1845 - 1846|
|04||CDR. Stribling, Cornelius Kinchiloe||1846 - 1847|
|05||CDR. Page, Hugh N.||1848 - 1849|
|06||CDR. Barron, Samuel||1850 - 1851|
|07||CDR. Saunders, John L.||1851 - 1854|
|08||CDR. Manning, John||1854 - 1856|
|09||CDR. Tucker, John R.||1856 - 1857|
|10||CDR. Mason, Murray||1858 - 1859|
|11||CDR. Chatard, Frederick||1859 - 20 April 1861 (Burned)|
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