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|41k||The ironclad CSS Virginia steams from Gosport Navy Yard with tenders CSS Teaser and CSS Jamestown to engage Union Fleet at Hampton Roads, Virginia, 8 March 1862.
"Virginia's Debut" by Tom Freeman - Ironclad CSS Virginia 1862 - Civil War Art
|84k||CSS Jamestown capturing merchant vessels in Hampton Roads, 11 April 1862. Line engraving originally published in "Harper's Weekly" in 1862.||Robert Hurst|
|138k||CSS Jamestown and CSS Virginia (II) sunk in the James River, near Drewry's Bluff, circa April 1865. Jamestown, whose paddlebox tops are visible in the center, was sunk as an obstruction off Drewry's Bluff,15 May 1862. Virginia (II) was destroyed when the Confederates evacuated Richmond, 3 April 1865. Photographed by Matthew Brady.
US Library of Congress photo # LC-B8171-3350
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