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|183k||"The Fight at Corney's Bridge, Bayou Teche, Louisiana, and Destruction of the Rebel Gun-boat 'Cotton,', January 14, 1863." A line engraving
published in "Harper's Weekly", 1863, showing the Confederate gunboat CSS J. A. Cotton engaging Federal gunboats, as Confederate
troops fire from the shore. U.S. Navy ships in this engagement were USS Kinsman,
USS Estrella, USS Diana and USS Calhoun.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 58767
|Bill Gonyo and Tommy Trampp|
|454k||One of only two known sketches of Diana published in 1863.
Curiously, this does not show the new pilot house or guns fitted in 1862 suggesting it was made earlier.
Image from original 9 May 1863 copy of Harper's Weekly. Pilot house not illustrated.
|01||Acting Master Weeks, Edmund C.||9 November 1862 - 10 December 1862|
|02||Acting Master Goodwin, Ezra S.||10 December 1862 - 17 February 1863
Received a negative report in an Army telegram to the Navy, relieved of command
|03||Acting Master Peterson, Thomas L.||1 March 1863 - 28 March 1863|
Killed In Action
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