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|82k||Line engraving published in Harper's Weekly, July-December 1861 volume. depicting the ten "90-Day Gunboats" constructed for the U.S. Navy in
1861-62. Ships, as identified in the image are from left to right;
USS Unadilla and
USS Sagamore. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. Photo #: NH 59367
|75k||"View of Ship Island, Louisiana. -- By our Special Artist on Board the 'Sagamore"
Line engraving, published in "Harper's Weekly", 1862, depicting several U.S. Navy ships anchored off the Federal base at Ship Island in early 1862. Ships are (from left to right) USS Winona, USS New London, USS Niagara, USS Sagamore, USS Wissahickon, and USS Massachusetts. Other features identified, in the center and right background, are Fort Massachusetts on Ship Island, the 9th Connecticut and 22nd Massachusetts Regiments and a military camp.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 59009
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