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|69k|| Alexander the Great - the figurehead of the British frigate HMS Macedonian at the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD.
From DC Memorial.com. Photos by Edward Berge
|48k||HMS Macedonian engages the frigate USS United States in the South Atlantic Ocean south
of the Azores.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # KN 2880 photo from DANFS.
|48k||Engraving by Alonzo Chappel of HMS Macedonian engaging the frigate USS United States in
1812 in the South Atlantic Ocean.
US National Archives photo
|68k||"USF United States vs. HMS Macedonian, 25 October 1812" Engraving after Thomas Birch, courtesy of the
New-York Historical Society, collection of the Naval History Society, 1935.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 1294
|67k||"USF United States vs. HMS Macedonian, 25 October 1812" Engraving after William Strickland.
This action resulted in the capture of the British frigate, which was then taken into the U.S. Navy as USS Macedonian. Courtesy of the New-York Historical Society, collection of the Naval History Society, 1935.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 1295
|119k||USF United States (right) vs HMS Macedonian, 28 October 1812, by Thomas Birch.||Tommy Trampp|
|261k||USF United States (right) with her more powerful guns defeated HMS Macedonian,
25 October 1812.
From "The War of 1812" by Diana Childress.
Battle between USF United States commanded by Captain Stephen Decatur and HMS Macedonian. Macedonian was brought into Newport and repaired and later commissioned in the U.S. Navy. Battle took place 25 October 1812. Painting on glass.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # 1300.
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|73k||HMS Macedonian engaging USF United States, 26 October 1812.
Image from "Frigates of the Napoleonic Wars", by Robert Gardiner, Naval Institute Press, pp. 208, 2006.
|111k||COMO.. Stephen Decatur squadron off Algiers comprised of the frigates;
USF Guerriere, the flagship with 44 guns, commanded by Captain William Lewis,
USF Constellation with 36 guns, commanded by Captain Charles Gordon;
USS Macedonia with 38 guns, under the command of Captain Jacob Jones;
the sloops-of-war USS Eperyie, commanded by Captain John Downes,
and USS Ontario with 16 guns, commanded by Captain Jesse D. Elliott;
the brigs USS Firefly,
USS Spark and
USS Flambeau, each with 14 guns, commanded by Lieutenants George W. Kodgers, Thomas Gamble, and John B. Nicholson;
and the schooners USS Torch
and USS Spitfire, both with 12 guns, commanded by Lieutenants Wolcott Chauncey and Alexander J. Dallas.
Gardner Weld Allen (1856-1944) - "Our Navy and the Barbary Corsairs".
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