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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)
|158k||Line engraving published in "Harper's Weekly", July-December 1861, pages 456-457, depicting a large number of Navy ships off the New York Navy Yard, early in the Civil War.
Vessels shown include (from left to right):
USS North Carolina;
USS R.R. Cuyler;
USS Mount Vernon;
and USS Wabash. A rowing launch is underway in the foreground.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 59308
|367k||USS North Carolina moored, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo from the Washington Navy Yard, Washington D.C.
|24k||Newspaper article from the Hackettstown Gazette, February 4, 1864, reports arrival of Confederate prisoners for internment aboard USS North Carolina. The ship was serving as Receiving Ship at Brooklyn Navy Yard during the Civil War.||Jan Williams
Cultural and Historic Resources Specialist
County of Morris
Office of Planning & Preservation
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