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|81k||"Rendezvous of Our Fleet in James River, off City Point, -- Drawn on the Spot, May 29, 1862"
A line engraving, published in "Harper's Weekly", Volume of January-June 1862, page 390. depicting the U.S. Navy ships (listed as shown, from left to right)
USS Maratanza (I),
USS Wachusett (I),
USS Aroostook (I),
USS Mahaska and
USS Galena (I)
operating on the James River in support of General McClellan's army.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 59206
|51k||Artist's impression of USS Wachusett at anchor. her forward pivot gun is mounted on a platform which raises it above her
spar deck bulwarks. Peabody Museum of Salem, Mass.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 68681
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|93k||USS Wachusett at anchor in the harbor at Shanghai, China, circa 1867.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo
|355k||19th Century phototype print by F. Gutekunst, Philadelphia. It depicts the capture of the Confederate raider
CSS Florida by USS Wachusett at Bahia, Brazil, 7 October 1864.
Enlarged version of US Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 59355
|204k||The captured confederate raider CSS Florida and USS Wachusett sailing north after leaving Bahia, Brazil in October 1864. From Harper's Weekly, 1 January 1865.
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.
|125k||Lithograph published circa 1865, showing USS Wachusett in her original bark rig.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 78212, courtesy of Charles H. Bogart, 1973.
|128k||USS Wachusett drying sails at the Boston Navy Yard, with two small tugs docked beyond her bow. The original print bears the date 22 December 1874, seven days before she decommissioned at Boston. Plans in the National Archives indicate that Wachusett was altered to this configuration during her 1874-79 refit at Boston, and retained it until she was finally decommissioned in 1885.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 599381973.
|103k||USS Wachusett off Mare Island Navy Yard with the city of Vallejo in the distance, circa 1880-85. Wachusett
decommissioned for the last time in September 1885, at Mare Island. Photograph from the William H. Topley Collection, Courtesy of Charles M. Loring, 1969.
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo #: NH 68681.
|115k||A wash drawing by Clay Ray, circa 1898 of USS Wachusett at anchor. She is depicted with yards on her mizzen mast, the way she was rerigged some years after the Civil War.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 49155.
|284k||Post card image of USS Wachusett and USS Colorado, date and location unknown||Tommy Trampp|
|181k||USS Wachusett's bell on display at Mare Island Navy Yard.
Photo taken by Eugene Zelenko, 8 July 2011.
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