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|73k||The Peabody Funeral Fleet, January 1870 probably at Portland, Maine.
The most distant ship, in right center, is HMS Monarch , which carried the body of the late philanthropist George M. Peabody home to the United States for
burial. Her escort, USS Plymouth, is next closest to the camera. The twin-turret monitor is probably
USS Miantonomoh, which was detailed to meet the funeral ships when they arrived in U.S.
Photo courtesy AmericanCivilWar.Com
|515k||USS Plymouth at anchor. This image was formerly identified as USS Hartford
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo. from "Warships of The Civil War Navies" by Paul H. Silverstone.
|163k||USS Plymouth at anchor in European waters in the early 1870s.
Photo courtesy Marius Bar from "Warships of The Civil War Navies" by Paul H. Silverstone.
|105k||1867 Carte De Visite Photograph of USS Plymouth at anchor at Toulon, France.||Tommy Trampp|
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