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|358k||Ships of The Paraguay Squadron under way. Ships are from left to right:
USS Water Witch next the flag-ship
USS Sabine; next to
USS Fulton; behind Fulton is
USS Western Port (later USS Wyandotte); next is
USS Harriet Lane; behind Harriet Lane is
USS Supply; and next the bow of
Artist unknown. Image from Harper's Weekly, New York, 16 October 1858.
|339k||Drawing of USS Water Witch under way.
US Library of Congress photo.
|285k||Drawing of USS Water Witch under way.
Courtesy the National Civil War Museum.
|485k||Sketch of USS Water Witch by Alfred Rudolph Waud, Inscribed "Gift, J.P. Morgan, 1919."||Tommy Trampp|
|343k||Illustration of USS Water Witch by an unknown artist.
From the book "La Plata, the Argentine Confederation, and Paraguay", by Thomas Jefferson Page. A part of AppleWood's Military History Series.
|97k||Civil War collectors card with wash drawing of USS Water Witch underway, date and location unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|25k||Wash drawing of USS Water Witch underway.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 60353.
|251k||USS Water Witch at anchor, date and location unknown.
Photo courtesy of the Peabody Museum of Salem. Photo from "Warships of the Civil War Navies" by Paul H. Silverstone.
|101k||Historic marker recording the capture of USS Water Witch by Confederate forces, 19 December 1864. The marker is located on Dancey Ave 0.1 mile from Davidson Ave, Savannah, GA. Undated photo taken by David Seibert.||Robert Hurst|
|59k||Replica of USS Water Witch completed in 2009, sits outside the National Civil War Naval Museum. Photo courtesy of National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus, GA.||Tommy Trampp|
|63k||USS Water Witch reenactment crew during the replicas commissioning in 2009. Photo courtesy of National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus, GA.||Tommy Trampp|
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