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|68k||Ships moored off the Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C. Photographed from the stern of
USS Minatanomoh, circa 1865-66.
Ships in the foreground are the monitors USS Chimo and USS Tonawanda.
Beyond them is the ex-CSS Stonewall.|
Courtesy of Mrs. W.E. Taylor, 1941, from the collection of Medical Inspector William E. Taylor, USN.
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo # NH 48107
|89k||Four monitors laid up in the Anacostia River, off the Washington Navy Yard, circa 1866. Ships are (from left to right):
USS Montauk (probably); and either
USS Casco or
USS Chimo. Photo mounted on a stereograph card, marked: Photographed and published by Kilburn Brothers, Littleton, N.H.". Courtesy of Paul H. Silverstone, 1982.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # 93869
|167k||Plan of the spar torpedo arrangement and platform designed for installation on the;
USS Naubuc and
USS Modoc, circa 1864. The original drawing is in the records of the Bureau of Ships at the U.S. National Archives. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. Photo # NH 55203.
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