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|112k||A Civil War line engravings from Frank Leslie's Illustrated, 1861. The upper engraving depicts the U.S. Potomac Flotilla in the Potomac
between Freestone Point, VA., and Indian Head, MD., to prevent the passage of Confederates from Virginia to Maryland. Features seen include (from left to right):
Tugboat Murray; USS Jacob Bell;
Indian Head, Maryland;
Confederate battery at Freestone Point; and the mouth of the Occoquan River.
The lower engraving depicts a scene in Falls Village, Virginia, which was occupied by Federal troops. It shows Taylor's Tavern and the northern extremity of the town.
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo # NH NH 59240
|93k||Colored lithograph of USS Jacob Bell, circa the 1860s.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 52665-KN (Color).
|56k||Wash drawing by Clary Ray, August 1896 of USS Jacob Bell. Courtesy of the Navy Art Collection, Washington, DC.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 57838.
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