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|114k||Line engraving of USS Ellen published during the 19th Century, depicting the ship in 1861-1862, while she was serving as a
US Naval Historical Center Photo # NH 54360
|152k||The Expedition in Warsaw Sound Line engraving, probably published in "Harper's Weekly", January-June 1862 volume. It depicts
USS Seminole and USS Ellen with several transports, and probably represents the expedition to Wassau Sound, Georgia, in late January 1862. Transports
(all steamships) present are (from left to right): SS Belvidere, SS McClellan, SS Boston, SS Delaware, and
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo #:NH 59332
|46k||Watercolor of USS Ellen by Erik Heyl, painted for use in his book "Early American Steamers", Volume IV. She was originally the
civilian ferryboat Ellen, built in 1853.
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo #:NH 63700. Courtesy Erik Heyl.
|88k||Lithograph of USS Ellen by McGuigan, Philadelphia, after a drawing by A.T. Florence, depicting the ship in 1862-1865,
while she was serving as a floating carpenter shop at Port Royal, South Carolina.
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo #:NH 54361. Courtesy of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1936.
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