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Umpqua (1863 - 1869)
Casco Class Light-draft Monitor:
Laid down in March 1863 by Snowden & Mason at Brownsville, TX.
Launched, 21 December 1865
Completed, 7 May 1866, laid up at Mound City, IL.
Renamed Fury, 15 June 1869
Renamed Umpqua again, 10 August 1869
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 12 September 1874, at New Orleans to Nathaniel McKay
Displacement 1,175 t.
Depth of Hold unknown
Draft 6' 6"
Speed 9 kts.
two 11" Dahlgren smoothbore guns
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