De Simone USS Gettysburg (1864-1879). The ship underway in the Bay of Naples, Italy, in 1878.
Artwork 1900. The steamship William G. Hewes in 1860, Ella and Annie was captured off New Inlet, North Carolina, in November 1863. She later became USS Malvern . R.G. Skerrett
CSS Virginia Confederate Navy Ship. 1898 Clary Ray
J.O. Davidson "Surrender of the 'Tennessee,' Battle of Mobile Bay", CSS Tennessee in the center foreground, surrounded by the Union warships (from left to right): Lackawanna , Winnebago Ossipee , Brooklyn , Itasca , Richmond , Hartford and Chickasaw . Fort Morgan is shown in the right distance
"Harper's Weekly", "Portion of the Naval Expedition, as it appeared on the night of October 16, sailing to Hampton Roads. – Sketched by an Officer on Board." 1861 - Wabash , Florida , Augusta , Alabama , Ottawa , Seneca and Pembina
USS Cherokee (1864-1865) Courtesy of the Hyde Windlass Company, Bath, Maine, April 1936.
USS Banshee - Civil War Union Naval Ship R.G. Skerrett
"The Confederate cruiser 'Sumter', Captain Semmes, leaving New Orleans, June 18, 1861." Evans
"Harper's Weekly", "The Rebel Turtle Ram Just Launched at Savannah." January-June 1863
"Harper's Weekly", S.J. Waring had been captured by the Confederate privateer Jefferson Davis in the Atlantic on 6 July 1861. Ten days later, her A frican-American cook, William Tilghman, overwhelmed and killed her Confederate prize crew with an ax.
USS Argosy Civil War Union Naval Ship Samuel War Stanton
USS Aries Civil War Union Naval Ship Erik Heyl
Destruction of the 'Queen of the West' by Union Gun-Boats“ Destroyed in Grand Lake, Louisiana, during an attack by USS Estrella (extreme left), Calhoun (extreme right) and Arizona (second from right), 14 April 1863 "Harper's Weekly",
F. Gutekunst Wyalusing at Rainbow Bluff, North Carolina Sinking of the 'Otsego' and blowing up of the 'Bazeley.'"
USS Belle - Civil War Union Naval Ship Alexander C. Stuart USS Commodore Hull (at left) leading the "Double-Ender" gunboats Tacony , Shamrock , Otsego and Wyalusing in engaging Confederate batteries at Plymouth, North Carolina, on 31 October 1864. Small vessels lashed to the gunboats' unengaged sides include USS Whitehead (beside Tacony ), USS Bazely (beside Shamrock )and Belle (beside Otsego ).
USS Bienville - American Civil War Union Naval Ship Erik Heyl
"Harper's Weekly", CSS Albemarle driving off USS Miami , after ramming and sinking USS Southfield (foreground), 19 April 1864.
U.S.S. Sassacus and C.S.S. Albemarle 5 May 1864
USS Arkansas Civil War Confederate Naval Ship R.G. Skerrett
CSS Atlanta / USS Atlanta - Civil War Confederate and Union Naval Ship R.G. Skerrett
Confederate troops boarding Harriet Lane from C.S. gunboats Neptune and Bayou City .
CSS Calhoun and Privateer / USS Calhoun - Civil War Confederate and Union Naval Ship John Everding
CSS Calhoun in 1861-62, USS Calhoun in 1862-64 and as the U.S. Army steamer General Sedgewick in 1864-65 Erik Heyl
USS Darlington Civil War Union Naval Ship Erik Heyl
USS Dawn in 1861-1865 and was later the civilian steamer Eutaw Erik Heyl
"Harper's Weekly Bombardment of Fort McAllister by the U.S. Navy monitors Passaic , Patapsco and Nahant
USS Daylight in 1861-1865 and was later the civilian steamer Santee Erik Heyl
"Harper's Weekly "Our Blockading Fleet off North Channel, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina." U.S. Navy ships depicted are (from left to right): South Carolina , G.W. Blunt , Daylight and Stars and Stripes
"Beating round 'Cape Freward': Straits of Magellan, Dec: 1854". USS Decatur Civil War Union Naval Ship
USS De Soto Civil War Union Naval Ship Erik Heyl
Fight at Corney's Bridge, Bayou Teche, Louisiana, and Destruction of the Rebel Gun-boat 'Cotton,', January 14, 1863." "Harper's Weekly
Oscar Parkes. USS Dictator - Civil War Union Naval Ship
The Expedition in Warsaw Sound . 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): Belvidere , McClellan , Boston , Delaware , and Cosmopolitan Harper's Weekly",
USS Eutaw Civil War Union Naval Ship - Endicott & Co., New York, circa 1865
USS Flag during the Civil War and was the SS Flag after 1865. Erik Heyl
USS Florida - American Civil War Naval Cruiser Erik Heyl
USS Fort Donelson - Confederate Blockade Runner - Robert E Lee -American Civil War Erik Heyl
Ships sunk by the Confederates off their fortifications at Island Number 10, circa 7 April 1862. The ships are (from left to right): Champion , Yazoo , Grampus , John Simonds , Red Rover , Prince , Admiral , Ohio Belle De Soto , Kanawha Valley , Winchester and Mars Harper's Weekly",
The sinking of Hatteras by CSS Alabama , off Galveston, Texas, 11 January 1863.
USS Housatonic American Civil War Sloop of War First Warship sunk by a Submarine( H.L. Hunley ). R.G. Skerrett
USS James Adger American Civil War Union Navy Steamship USS James Adger American Civil War Union Navy Steamship Erik Heyl
J.O. Davidson "Hauling Down the Flag -- Surrender of the Alabama to the Kearsarge off Cherbourg, France, 19 June 1864"
USS Metacomet Union Navy Gunboat American Civil War Xanthus Smith U.S.S. “Metacomet” at Pensacola, Florida, on 30 August 1864
Capture of CSS Selma by USS Metacomet , 5 August 1864 Winham
USS Miantonomoh Civil War Union Naval Ship Oscar Parkes
"The Iron-clad 'Montauk' engaging the Rebel Fort McAllister, in the Ogeechee River, 28th January 1863 Sketched by an Officer of the 'Dawn.'"USS Montauk in the foreground, firing on the fort. At left, also bombarding, are the U.S. ships Seneca , Wissahickon , Dawn and C.P. Williams . "Harper's Weekly",
USS Neosho Union Navy Ironclad River Monitor - American Civil War Oscar Parkes
USS Octorara Union Navy Side Wheel Gunboat American Civil War
Keokuk , Nahant , Nantucket , Catskill , New Ironsides , Patapsco , Montauk , Passaic and Weehawken
Erik Heyl USS Westfield - Civil War Union Naval Ship
R.G. Skerrett USS Westfield - Civil War Union Naval Ship
"Surprise and Capture of the United States Steamer 'Harriet Lane', by the Confederates, under General Magruder, and the Destruction of the Flagship 'Westfield' in Galveston Harbor, Texas, January 1st, 1863.
USS Winnebago Civil War Union Naval Ship T. Lilienthal,
The Rattlesnake burning after being shelled by the monitor USS Montauk , commanded by Captain John L. Worden, USN, in the Ogeechee River, Georgia on 28 February 1863.
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